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the Bvmiyq w ojld, thpesda y, d l l t,hi ju l. & 1, 1910.
I . v If there van good prosper! Df
. i'n t brine lot before the firm of th
year. Commla-loner Ktlstll hoped in,
uthougm a great iirni of convsi
fxohanncii no definite new. dsvela
oped end the members of lha li igue
enl away In . a I the oame
jrfnd they tic In m n i i
lilaSlrroan III . nn
i-.renlng World reporter lo
new tatsftaborough plsn, Ml4;
'The Intcrimi oil - pit hsvi -. .'
no plan official v befori tJi
v hat 1 may know of it I aim . .1 -at
thin time The ommli n . .
MMIlH mi) proposal 11, 1 ,
At the office nf President Sic
he 1nterhm ough. there waa even gri
reticence aa to III- ton Jim, '1 V
rlhoirta declined to ea a word ah 1
subway gueetlon. Hta aaeorlate, W,
'Just now nothing an ' .1 foi P ih
lleatlon. All will ha r'.enr why In h
. onagaratlvely nhon lime."
la Mayor Oaynor's letter to the P
s'.t Hoard or Tradi was a
wimoIi appeara to neve been pverl iked
And more than Heat. )OU do
know but what th Intarboroui 1
ba Mm "i"' a to of
rout If It If bull! How could
ksjow? for thai matter has lo ba
eastled by Ml ll I
Thu l el wed by the Inlet .t
people a a "oodidol r 10 I n
poMl of Preeldeni WHIla ', M 1 nol
the Hudson and Manhattan 11 il 1 aid
t'ompany to a: a contract for opera nj
th Trlhorough Btlbwei b) arrangement
with the PuMk Service Commltalon. He
i,ere Mr. m a. loo aMM ba : -1 rn 1 1 1 1 to
(rati' tho Trt borough ii- would have
to bhl for It, and In Dial event t "- In
lextiorough migut uttdafbfd olni.
Hut the KntefSjorotigh panplo believe
'heir new offer will .e ItlfllclenUy ei
tracttvs to carry both 'hi' Publt stag
vica Commission and lha Board ol Ul
timata anil Apportionment In Its favor
Their contention In that a nliw i fari
ovar the raufborouffli astem would ba
' 0 ter, from a pub poln , f , . 1
two fare avar two diatlnel
SUTTOH'SS A N IT Y
AGAINST HIS WIFE
She Said He Was Squandering
Money, He Called Her "Wil
ftuprwnr Court Justice Davla thla
aftarnoon denied tha appll atlon or
Joeephrne Leslie Button for the appoint
ment of a I'oinrnliiilon to Inquire Into the
aanlty of her huaband, M Waltai H.
Sutton, who. Mlii' alloRi'il, had tioon
"wantonly aiiuitnderiiiK Ma mum y, and
what In aame In .m thb-.-a in
Hnd wlhU-at aohamea.'
Mrs. Button. In lo r i. t i 1 1, .ti. nil, I h.
huaband, who hna nn in oma of It, 000
a year from hla fhthar'a aatatfl a.nd
much TaJuabla propert y, abandon her
two yeara bko. Bines than hi' has
breuht a suit for too annulment of
flhs charc-d that he was dominated
by a lawyer and 'nn! i n In Bin
habit uf Instil iitliiar law mil;. wIUm II
merit, feme s.iM li'-ai ", ,,r ..h ni.iiu
lr.s he imd not paid har tha ti'1 waakl)
alimony Kruntil by Ihs rouri pandlnB
the annulment suit.
With Mrs S i"":, , p. tlti.in ti : .,
affidavit f Dr. William II. Daylsa or
I llrooklyn, who sail! Muttim a min i ,n
Hulton, reply In to the 'mini of ;, -wlfa
and I'r. Hayk-a, , i.iru.n i in .l Mm
.Button as a "wilful inrj.ini " Hi- ,1,-
clavrad ahe wav un,,i-t .' ' :i. r Af.er
ha asarrleil her, he sahl, he lioirnul lha!
aha hart another tiuxiuiii.t fr"'u whom
aha ha, i never bssn divorced, and titst
F waa vhy he wanted hla in in i. to her
' Mrs. nuimn aal.l inr
fceakln to h iva lo - him1 m l .. I j , I , i
an khsompstanil sn.l a , -ou t i- ap.
l9lnted for hla parson a i l estate iva
to have him pnperly can I for,
to lancthrn hla life.
Juatlcs Davis, dcnyln Mm. Hulton -applloatlon.
"This appll .'atlon i . . i .
Ishln fsaturrs, anion them i . Ill
davit of the physician Therr la room
for douM that It w.ia presented
oualy to tha court, althouch II ar , n
rnls a petition for ton appointment of
a commlsalmi to lnulre Into th,- .on,
patency of ie n ap (idem The reply.
In affidavit luhmlHad b) the pel i onet
Is stricken from ,li record as a - an
dalous attsck ujon the attorney for the
SHE "FELL" IN PATERSON. '
Dr. Oeorge W. Terrlheiv, of Pateraon,
N. J., was a witnesa to-dai agalnal Mi -Anna
Btlula, who Is being tried In Oeii
eral fasaalons on the charge of getting
'MO from the New fork i itral Rail
.ad by stating thai
y a fall at Park .. Jiuu and Ulth
Irest. Dr Terrlhery testllle.l I nit
tad treated her for a fall ai the I' it
erson P., I.. A W depot In I
afterwards havln Mrs Stl ila ank til n
to make s report In hsr favoi i
JL J. Blagel. who represent -Stluls,
obje liil to his teatln
ground of the con ld
tween iisi al t and a
Judge Rosal-ky sd . i
made the physlclai t hi
worked for the l., 1. and W foi two
rathroad p. is icd was i i t f
appeararx e In court.
Tii you s. ' ' not ng
"Tee." said the phyal cm. ... u
tore are not like lawyara, wi .1 1 lot
Tlilrty-1 1 rec nltneiaei . 1
a mined b, 1 1 - l-Atl . I'
uvlng been a' oa'ti I .ml Mr-. Stl ul 1 f g
ured Id aeventieu sged fi hlulenl
NO COUNT OF VOID BALLOTS.
Jlootlce Besbury, In tlie S ipn
thla afternoon, dlauuasi'd l ie wrli
talned by Aiix.m.i. r Hi"
void and pi utested ha s foi
i-'tabs Senator In Ihe 1. 1 Sena
iiarlal IjfKirkl at Hie recent oil i.
Brough wes c e Itepabllean eandlda i
He van dfdnsite.l 01. Ule fa. e of the re
turns by HiB-rr Pollock, Democrat.
UPHELD BY COUR
HIS NECK BROKEN
BY FOLDING BED,
Benjamin i oil's Head Caught
a hen 1 ! Tried ; Leap
as 1 1 Closed.
Wll r BARELY ESCAPES
Boarder, roused by the Wom
an's Hilcry, Rushes in
and Rescues Her,
Urn lam. n Ixitt or N,, Bfaas One
Hundred, and I'orc firth straai and nil
! wire owned ,m slept in an aldfaa.
( ionoi foidlni bad ot mt h aarfaal iai-
I anre that thrv wins wont to dleplay l,,
Ihelr friends the ease win, whirr, it
nol i ba opened and cloaad. The tie.i
Mhsjad parly iody ills Mr, and Mra
l.ott were SSleep Mr Lot! waa taken to
Harl. in Hosntial srllh a dlaloeatad ne"
and .in, i , mil aftenioon, Mia wife
'-a. 'sped aarloUS injury.
Mi tan i,,,, i civil snit r, nfty-rive
j yeara ,, I and w. (had .'i', poumln. II,
I ami hla wsfa attendad tn thaaira laat
nlslit lino It uaa lute when they sot
home. It la suppoasd that they did n ,
pull b body of the bed down far
enouKii to map tha noMlnj maahaiibMi
in piaie bpfera catlrlnB,
They had not lain asleep Ii.iik when
tim hei bafM t,, eloaa, Mra, totl was
the llrat to awak. n. rthe a. reamed, and
her hum, an, I, hall I aaksltad, al a i Ifil to
arajajbla out, only to allp down, head
flrat, into lha SpaoS at the head of tha
Aa the I,. , ime touethcr, like a tilnde
Into the lian, II, of a knife, Mr. l.ott a
hea l wan h. I.I In aui'h a position thai
! the vertebrae ut the ha. k or the ne k
were illalo atert. Mm. l.ott. n woman
of small Stature, fall III a heap Into the
bead or ih,' he, i am) ., covered w ith
pillows anil hi ddlBgi
Wife's Cries Bring Help.
jier srnethsred prlaa were heard by
I Joseph Redmundi a roomer In Ihe
; house lie mads his way to the room
' nf l!ie l.otta. foroad Ihe door and en
tared tia1 ua .Mrs. l.ott, i linking fur
want or uir. fainted away.
Red 01 oiil wan unable ba pull the had
'open Unassisted, lie Shlled '"r help anil
I others in the bouse hurried in Both Mr
J l.ott and hla wire were apparently lite
i loea when taken troru the atrau ju
prison. A (Mill'-eman. who had heurtl
the commotion In the house, waa B
foftnad of H " accldahl and he cent to
Harlem Hospital for an amhuluncu.
The nature of Mr, Lott'a Injury was
apparent as soon as he waa lifted fioiu
the bed. He and his wife weie rushed
to the hospital. Hy the time they ar
rived Mm. Lot! waa baalnnlnB tu show
signs ol returning ooneoiouaneaBi
She had fully re.iveied within an
hour uti'l was taken back lo her home.
M". i.ott, paralyaed below the potat of
hla Injiiiy, wan plated in a harness ar-
raneoisnt daaiBnad lor persons sufrei-
Iti from dWoaalloa or lliu s.-l:i or
the oervloal vsrtsbrsa and ssesrti wars
tCnntlnued from First Page.)
until her plump lb ile nose was point
ing to the celling.
Tha yi l na Areeadd entirely In black
and wore a l lg hla k hat upon her big
coii of auburn hair, Bhe le rargiy
taittv, with dink eye and a complex
Ion 111... snow and rosea.
Duns With Last Nickel.
V hen Polloe captain Lent first found
'hem at the Yonkera railroad ststlon
they were mum hlng iiinia. Will, their
Isrt nickel they had bought a hag of
hum. Who! poll e Captain Lent too!;
Oharas of them and turned them over
to Ihe care of bis matron he entered
In ti n hlOttar. Me, I tor aufe keeping.
Tin n lie grow front the hoy :lio true
atcrj "i II sir wgnderlnga and the nam-a
and addn -aia , f I '.. .r parents. Tin- boy
slso turned our '.I illury.
W . i, Mr and Mm Suidera arrive I
1 aBj sd With Acting
Kllil ,,n I r ll c Captain IgMI
atid It Wgg de Mml to turn thr chll-
drag over io ihelr ouatody. The girl
fgnther S Ml 0 a: fry "'t Ihe couple that
its oouldn'l speak, ami he ajntply
goowied ai them during the brttl court
Made Hit With Soda.
it was while working behind th" sod
fountain III it. M. Land's drug atore
on Clinton avenue. Newark, thai I .a
Vere Ti ,1111 fiit saw Beetftoe
Bandars, Tal man in a pood looking
boy Willi broad able nl. lorn and a
ruddy ooropleglon, and Banttfga found
1: very pca-int lo cross the stn-et
from her bom and partake of soil is
and rundaes at hla counter lie garsed
her so gem rmia! y and with euog en
Mi.ialaam that he malo a great hit.
IteiurPe came often and oftener, nnd
before they knew it the young couple
Were ii, ad OVer ears In love.
When Pea trice went tu llrsdlev Iteai h
for Ihe summer La Vere wr.,e burning
Lottere, Papa Bgi lege found one of
these mlaslvea and Informed Ills
'laughter tiial aha he'ter coma down out
of the clouds, s. e said hsr love was
DIES IN HOSPITAL
DWELLING W LL END
Diagram Showing How Bed Closed
and Broke Benjamin Lott s Neck
1 Kft (
I I 'I I
;J OR 1 61 MA U Vi
Diary ot Youth
api I- Met Beatrice on Mai ket Street, Newark. Had Itini and lugtjagi
ready. Tooh train lo New York and subway iiphnvn. Miaaid bout and
went to lo'lKln' houae . Itonich plan-, but slept well.
Sepl II ll.nl rolln and solTee far breakfast Made boat for I'stsklll. Took
Mis In line Railway for I'aleiiv'lll. round cave after long tramp J ust about
dark, .Nothing to sleep on. Made fire of lusm-he ami leaves,
Sel l B) Ilea. is ami COffOS for I reakfaH Went llnhlng und caught some
paroh. Went walking In the WOOds, anil it wan gieat.
I Between "Opt. Si and Oet 1 the entries In Ihe diary are bare fragments,
aoine llleslhle.. aa If the noy wrote w.th frozen nners.)
Tuaaday Hid a lot of walking and wanhed clothes. tookel some marc
bee h wiih a i.it .,r anoke, a)etiin cold.
Thumilav llmight two spples from s farmer. Took a bath In brook
Waalicl mime clothes.
frkUtl Wi r cold bint night. Kirn won't stay 111. lleutrlcc Is a brick,
Hhe rooks better and better.
Saturday Bhot a rabbit, Tough Job eookin it. cave fun of smoke.
Hun, lay Walked In the woods n was ,reat. Iildn't try to hunt.
Monday Parmer gave us milk and potatoes. Shot some chipmunks -SWfUl
thin On 00, nut we cooked thftn
Tuesday -Picked IM Chestnuts up In the woods nnd ronaled some of them
Oct. I- About mlilnlght aturtled by wild unlmala. Very much frlgbteiied.
but nothing came of It.
Oofs II -Itone early. I'urmera gave ua a lot of potntoes -many line ones.
Wednesday Flapjacks and smoke for bieakfaat -uioitly smoke. Beatrice
cooked great Shot two aipilrrela.
Friday Very cold.
Saturday itiilu. Cave very wet and fire won't burn.
(Svlddntly the hardahlpg of eavadWallUl or the monotony of their bliss
ful BOjournilhJ compelled the ilfarlst to Iny down his pencil for several weeks,
for the next entry telle of their departure from h( cave. I
Tbuyaday Very oold. At 4.H after lunch, left for New York, tkot to
f onkeri at "'.
Nov. 11 (Bnal entryltlot ihe grand bounce. Iniok up nda. In paper.
The gran, I bounce refers to the loss of u fl-a-week Job. A Y'onkera baker
named MeCllUan gave tha boy a Ob driving his delivery wagon, but after the
wagon hail run away wllh him twice he "got the .grand bounce."
higher than '.be OlOUdU and bus couldn't
Her mother itormad about the "foolish
i-oinance ' ami sent Ileal rice In a hurry
to the lluckettatown Seminary. Hut
Beatrice determined to balk and wrote
La Vere tha' her love for him wouid
naval die and could't b tesoue h. r
from the torture or Bluffy sohoolroonis.
La Vere had only Jiln In the world and
the slender wage that accrued from
oompoundtng sundae urn 3u is a lot
of money when you sugar It with a
mountain of love, and after he had
talked the situation over with u frlen.l
Igi Vara hit upon a plan, ile and liea
irb'c would elope to tile auuggeal, coal
gg cava In tha universe. The friend
knew all about It.
In a Robbers' Den.
h wm a romantic Robbers' .let. of a
s Just OUtotda the vdluge ot l'a cn-
illc A filng.. of timber set tied It
It was dry and waterproof, and it hud
tt smoke hold Ireughl that made It
doubly secure from prying eyes
La Vere wrnl. BgatTlOg about tho
oave, lie would buy n rifle ami a ahot"
,11111 and fishhooks ami snares und bird
Haps and u skittle und a spider and a
bug of charcoal. They would bo like
gypule lovers, faring forth in the
woods In the daytime and sitting out
under the stars in the crisp fall even
ings. Nature would 1111 their souls
with ecslacy and they would be happy
beyond measure Of happlnesa.
lleutrlcc was morn than charmed
with the Idea, ami ana beautiful day lo
int.. gopieenbor H'e lovarg mat and jour-
myed to their cave. The boy had all
Ida Damping OUtftt and the girl a grip
suck full or Clothing. And when thoy
departed from Newark thoy left not ihe
1n11.nl trace of their going. Hlmpiy
vanished, only .me person was in their
Secret younb David Keller, a friend of
the boy' S, and he hOVOf luvathcd a word
Of what he knggri
Put Off Their Marriage.
"Of course we Intended to get mar
ried," fal l he boy to-day, "hut we pin
II off for fear that our people WOUld
Mime after as and tear us apart. We
lid taOt cilnk we would get marred
wlllio.it the marriage leaking out sn.l
that la why we hurried lo the cave. We
found It ail Dave sai l It waa und more.
1 don't think we could have bean
happier Is heaven."
"No, we positively couldn't" chimed
In the maldi way seriously.
T 11 re wua 11 lake not far from Ihe cave
and there La Vere M tight many Hah
lie also Shot many lubhlta and Utile
alrdg He was ull primed for b'ur, but
bruin someway neglected to 0OHM a"
near the railroad. They aookad the Mali
and tin- little birds and ihe rabbttg and
vhaiever atsg of game fsll lo the boya
I 'd and gun. And the) gut milk fnuu
l... lalaiels will. out ever revealing their
romantic abiding place.
Yes, bllSS wa no nums for their
e. stall ' egJaton I until the heavy frost
came. They discovered very suddenly
th it the cave was very elry and upon.
There, weic plenty of leuves for cover
ing, lull even with leaves and evergreen
houghs and warm blankets the cruel
fron cm Its way In,
And when lbs rains rame tha cava
POSITION) OF BCD
VI ho Eloped
to Mountain Cave
he umo a great deal damper than It
should have been. Indeed it began lo
leak In the niont alarming fashion Even
turtle doves ure not Impervious to cli
matic changes, ami Beatrice and Iji
Vere anon decided that they would nunc
to a speedy and unhappy end If thoy
remained m their enve.
The girl wept hitter tears as ahe
packet up her belongings an, I toe III- 1
He ca'nplng outfit. They had just
;iioiie enough left to buy railroad tu-k-1
:s to Y. ankers and when they got there
the boy sold the shotgun and rlf.es He
hired a little house nnd bought sume
coal and provisions.
if I could only have got a Job," he
told the Yonkera policeman who wrung
a confession from him. "everything!
would haie got along beautifully and!
we would have been married. Hut I
OOUldn'l seem to find uny Job, and i
prett) soon the coal waa all gone and,
there was Vary Utile left to eat.''
when tbs police ftftrst Questioned i
them they said they were bride an I
bridegroom. The hoy said he was Ed
gar Wurd and thai bis bride had been
llrace Carroll; that they had been mar
led by the Rav. Hiu u t Nye Hutcbln-1
son of Newark When 0fOISQUSgttonsd
they could not aubport the notion.
lieullice Salltlelaa ralller In loll'ie' tei
with the firm of Rockwood Brotheps,
coach manufacturers of Brooklyn.
Y'ouug TgJIman'a mother la u well
known teacher or music In Newark.
DROPS DEAD ON STREET.
A well-dreaaed man shout fl'ty-flve
yeara old dropped dead to-day near a
group of Erasmus Hail nigh Behool
PUplaf In front of the Savoy Theatre,
Platbuah avenue and Msrtsnsg str . ;.
Ile had been standing In front of the
theatre, and us several of the girls
passed IhS theatre he .tumbled Sgalnet
one of then He begged her pardon and
fell tn the sidewalk .lead
The body was taken t 1 the Flsth.nh
gtgtton house. There we e no marks ,if
identification except a heavy algnet ring
bearing the Inltlala w. p, 1 1 wore a
guild gold ws'ch and a diamond stl k
pn und had f.
First Race .je'llng; two-yesr-nlds:
fiv,. and one-half fitrl'trtit liidasatta.
in; (Ooldatatn von by two lengths:
Husky Lad. w (Walah) second: Bplln
Iris. Has (Troxlerl tilled Time, l.pf J.f,,
Morning Hong. Avlato . Agnur. It artier,
Bar! Benff and Rgka uiao ran, ami fin
ished as named.
BU0ON0 RACE eiiing; ihrae-yeai
Ida und up; slg furlongs. Ahrnnhui
ltd (Ohsrt)i won by u ileal. O'Kra, i
(OOOSS). second, Hhawtiee, IM (ButSntlll
third, Tlnie.-I.1fi 3-B. Pond Heart.
Hulas Slater. Klmrtu Hamilton. Whim
also ran ami Bn.gh.Sd rtM named.
THIRD RACK Balling, three yea
ells and up, sis furlongs OfeoUSi Ml
fDavIs), won by half length I Anna 1.
Daley, MB fBell) s mi. Ida P., in
CHopklna). third. Time int. M.,
Amelia, vVoodlane, Bummer Nlghl
Jane Rwlft alao ran and tlniahe.1 ai
PQl'RTII RACE Purse: HU for i
.men. one mile I ' In i M I ' i I
li; (TrOgler), won by a head: Music
Robert, lit (Butwell)i second : Bob it
HI (OJpOPS). third. Time 1 :is 14
ilarneau ulso ran and nMshed SI flams
Mary Oavla. Krlend Harry, DstSC. Weri
CITY JUSTICE IS
Rec unit of Ballots i Jv'p')v
Dwyer.WhoHas Held Bench
HARD BATTLE Is WON.
Pinal Verdict Changes Return!
in Victor) for Fallon by
Mnnl'ipal JOStl c .to-e-'li l fill ti
msy resume his title, after being ex
ciiiiie.i for eleven months by Percy V.
Mafia's aon-ln-law John .1. Hwyer, who
got Ihe Certlflcate of election on the
original Official nt urn- fShlch ihOWad
a majority for hint of 3B votes.
I'ormer Attortu IJ -i !i not al Julius M.
Mayer uini s. (iiibert contented thr
In Hon f ir PaHon befo'e tha Hoard of
County Canvaaaefd and gut down
l.wyer's majority to lit. Then they
went g tiie CoUrl of Appeal ot! a Ol.n
lite of Ihe legality ot the rullnga of
tha attention Inspectors on the "en
veloperl ballots." some of which had
n ile laic, Mild and Other counted
under prote.i n the forty-four election
glstrtets, und the Court or AppaaJa In
tiie rulings "ti these bullota rnduced
iiwj'er a majority to 5.
Declared Elected by Eighteen Votes.
The last step in fie content waa the
reoounl of nil the balloon in tha forty
four boxes, before Justice Amend und n
Jury m the Supreme t'ourt. Which end
ed ,to-da utter sixteen days' work.
Aa a result Justice Amend tosday di-
rOOted the Jury to find n verdict In fa
vor of Kaiion. declaring him ale ted
aver the Tanuituny candldste by eigi-
The queetJon "f what he omea of, the
salary of M.M a year, which IMryaf
baa been enjoying for the puat eleven
months Illegally, according to t ie ver
dict and Juatlcs Amend! judgment,
from Which theru la no a,, peal. Is nut
.Justice Pnllon, who was the Fusion
sndldate of the ftopubllcana and Ctvto
Allien oe of the Kightu Harlem and
Brong .Municipal Court l, trlt. wlil
hava to bus Dwyer for the salary.
IN CENTRAL PARK
Hundreds or nurss girls and children
tukuig the air along Central Park
West became punlc stricken to-day
when a runaway nurse attached to a
department More delivery w ig lashed
along the avenue and at Ninety-third
street OOlUdOd wit ha laundry wagon.
Michael Brodcrlck, twenty-throe yeara
old, of No, uio Last Eighteenth street,
the driver of the department atore
Wagon, was thrown out and severely
BrOdertok und bis nsniatant, Oeorge
Fox. seventeen ye. in: old, of No. .101
West Thirtieth at net. were going
north. The horse was frightened by s
pussing automobile at Blghty-flral
street and started tu run. Broderlok
and Fox both tugged on tin- Unas, but
iho harder they p i led the footer stent
Nurse Girls Scurry to Safety.
Nurse guls wheeling baby carriages
across thS suet to get In to ihe I'ark
narrowly escaped being run out.
The luuinlry wugun. driven by Julius
R. OrSOO. tWenty-tOUr yeara old, Of No.
M West Btkty-flrSl street, was coming
south directly In the path of the runa
way, llroderlck trlisl to pull to one side,
hut the horse would not tarn out. As
the wagons crashed together Broderl k
was hurled to the street and Fox waa
thrown Into the lsack of the wagon. The
norss attached to the laundry wagon
was thrown do n.
Brodertck's laat got twisted in the
linen und be was being dragged along on
his back when Pol loam aa Chaunoey ;t-
gralh of tha Wast Hue HUBdrolh atre-i't
stutlon tackled toe runaway arouud ti".
neck. DegraUi star, .irogg. i a bloeh ba
ford he could bring tha horse to u stop.
Ilia uniform wat torn.
Driver Seriously Hurt.
Hr. A. Sothlan "f Central I'ark West
ami Ninety-third atr.rt attended Brod-
erlck until an ambulance arrived with
I r. Koenig from tiie .i. Hood Wright
Hospital. Tiie ambulance surgeon said
iiiu: BrosVsrtok possibly ha 1 a fracture
of the hack He wa- luki 11 home In a
taxi all Fox and Orson were not hurt,
A woman w I -o wua cr sslng the slrue:
when the wagons auiaaln I w is SO
frightened thai she fainted when she
regohed the curb. Dr, Bothlan attsndad
RECIPE FOR HU KIDNEYS
'Ihe following recipe I. 1 ho beat that 1
, ,.ti be had for weak or ill ordenl kid- ,
noyg Half OUnoC lluid extract DUChUl
half ounce at urea compound: al ounces
good purs gin Shake the botUa vail
'uch time und take one or two tc ispoon-
luli of the mlsture after each meal ami
,1 lad tins,' ny druggisi sNI mix or
-uppi these Ingredlonte.
i he lute.;, lug loriitula cornea from
ugh medical authority and win produce
nick ami pern'. uii 111 reauli- L will
pccdii) rsiesva hsskajtns. rhsuinstlc
mi,-, rreipitmi ami highly colored urioa-
.011 Those lymptOBII of kidney trouble
a uat huvu prom pi atl.intlou to prevent
1 right's disease or diabetes.
BABIES IN DANGER
PRESENT A NEW
f 'Ol Ul ULill 'JO
i'n :rvi Schedule Insists I lp in
Rlghl to Wear Their
b0Ut OneSiXth Of Normal
Force at 'rk and No
Cabs After Sunset.
II' pn .fritai vea of C e striking tnxl
. ai 1 ' ,'ilTeura presented s rcvis.d
schedule of their demands to the taxi
cab owners, Inte this after 'mm,
through the, State Hoard of Mediation
and Arbitration. The amendments pro-
i"'.. .1 are not material nnd the iues-
tlOB of allowing Ine strikers to weir
their linlOB buttons when they n turn
I" iinn la not dropped.
A careful and BJTStsmatlc investigation
of the situation was made to-day by
Bvsnlni World reporters, Evan allow
ing all tin claims made by the taxl'-ab
own. in, they have leas than one-third
of ihelr usual quota of men at work
an I are not doing any business after
The Real Situation.
Tue following table Shows Juat how
r.ie strike si indai
Men I 10...
at sure. I u
1 inlmi.l.l an -
I .In. ml.
Ni-a Vi.rK Cab Compiriy
I'ao and TaM Company
n y Traneport Ion Oo.
1 onnootioui 1 lab Co
Ma.- in a Boarnon
I'nlveri U Tax. Conapai '
k.iyton Taxi c ipaiiy..
in spa tor Bohmiltborgar has ordered
I ... p. he. 111. 11 who are ruling in taxl-
.Co. to chaino peiaons they arrest f"l;
a -aulilng atrlkebreakera with Holing.
Which is a felony.
Tiie Strike of ihe drivers and helpera
of tin expreii companies was settled
to-day, I'll agreements were stuncd
by uoLb sides concerning . mucuses In
WSgSI und shortening uf hours. Minor
points of dlltsrsnoa rtfnslnlng iinsat
tied are to t.e .ii;reed upon before the
linal alfnaturei aie altixvd tu
To Hunt Rioters in Autos.
Policemen continue to get tree rlde
uti cabs to-day. and In addition lo th.
iJjn men assigned to apedai itrtke dut)
twanty-flve men in plain clotass were
.cut out last niaThl In autom 'ui'.ea to
run down and SrTSSt all -he strike
rioters they cuu.d rind.
Tha violence last night waa tue srarsi
ginoa lha strike baajan. About a hundreai
irlkera and sympethieeri deac ended o.
tha taxicubs .11 Long Acre dquara about
o'clock und Kept Uiu reserves from tne
West Forty seventh and the wat aixty-
. la) ilth street., Its tiOOJ busy for more
loan an hour. It waa then that Inspec
tor Schmlttberer took charge of the
situation und issued ordera that the po
lice see tiiat the progrtaa of catia be
Dot interfere! wiih.
Exprestmsn Get Advance.
The meeting of expressmen s delegates
wat held last night at No. 161 Kighth
avenue, and II was voted to accept the
proposals of the companies
Tho drivers und helpers of all of the
oompaniaa will reoSlVS an advance of
from a to 8 per cent, and an eleven-hour
day, except those employed by the
Adamg company. The propoK.il made
by that company Is slightly less advan
lageous, but the Adams drivers am)
In Ipers after four nours' persuasio:.
c. William II. Ash ton, general organ
izer of t.ie International BroUlSThOOd
of Teamsters, Anally agreed to aooopi ;-.
and leave with Mr. Ashton a linal effOJ .
Lo have their pay raised to oorreapond
With the oliers of the oUier compaulea.
HITCHCOCK NAMES BRITT
HIS THIRD ASSISTANT
WAJUTTNOTON, Dec. 1. -Innounce-
msnt waa made hy Poettnaster-Qenaral
Hltoboook to-day of the appointment of
Jamea J. Brltt f North Carolina t
be Third Assistant 1'ostmuster-iienerul,
vloe a. i. Lawaha, who resigned thai
ofllce SORIC time ago.
Mr. Brit! Is law officer of the de
partment and ranking officer of the
Third As.sl-tant's Hureau.
E. ale's BI
Horehound and Tar
Plke'a Toothache Itropa
lure In One Minute
"M i-i I'd, - and -ci Hill ,u-
. I.I. alts. t un I'ltH 'gS,
BM 1 illiu, AV., MM 111iK.
I'll., lie 1 1 raS Mil. ei.t II. I l-Uh A I III. St,
I" istrstsd t'alal.,ii. I 1. . n.. . I.MNi.g
4.7) 13U HO
SM Ml ' I ,
rial ga . I
L'lai tin j
IB) 411 10 I
N i :i I
luu :n II
1.44! 4iC M I
1.000 PERSONS IN CHASE
AFTER ONE SMALL BOY.
He Says Hi? Waa Hying Rgcona
PoUu Hold HJm :i Suspi
"' :l pernon Participated,
H hoy, I bed r M
ftricui yeors Bid of N" .':T W It POT"
tleth street, wgs grreatcd to-tl iv. II-
wis lo bed up ;n the Wee) P..r!y--.'-enlh
street gtst.on, charged wih bSiftg
a Sttsptolotll person.
I'llc 11.11 Ami - :.n I ltd!', w 1 are
aire ag t .e gusvrda ,, nig msJoab bs
rages In RlBhth avenue mar I'orty
Blfsth street, hoard that bUrgtSTg were
tin the roof of the hSUOe at No. .1!T
Went rorty-seventh street. Then ran
to ihe 1 f iii I - 1 a three boys g
I SJOWS HtS SOUttJl Ol N c Mi The poll CO
men followed end I , irto eparsisd,
rin. policemen, rspplng their hlg t-
stl W OS they an. follOWOd HtO .'lie
who ran toward Bjl hth S Venue, They
were Joined by other poll u io n iBd a
large crowd, and In a few minutes more
than one thousand kimh. were in the
uao. Tie bOy finally ran Into tie
arms of PSttcefUag Ward ,.r the vTSgt
Korty-neventli OtTOot elation.
Mu.ler seed he waa on the roof flying
PlgrOnS. Tln POIICS nay Dial !
hall of No. am tin-., round a bsda
FOR TEN YEARS
Woro RnwA'l Over W.rs Spreading
to Body and Limbs Used Cuti
cura and was Cured Also
Cured Daughter1! Eczein i.
"I had ecrems on my hands for ten years.
At first It would break 0 t onlj In winter.
1 hen it hnallj i auic to - t 1 y
V-Vr, had Ihiee good doctors to
( IT ..1' do 1 II tie".' could but none
yV- -j , ... ... ... i i . 1 1
v.S - I 111 llirill lll'l il'i .'.'"I. t
"afi 7 then u-ed on. box ..I I'utl-
vj 1, TV WI cuta Olutm u 1 and three
J bottles "i i .,11, 1 1 n ..
Sj r ent and waa romplrtelj
sr yl cured mv md were ran
-r-" 1 all over, In -id and out, and
" me e ,'.i 111a was -lucuuiua
all over my bod- md li-n'i..
1 1. ..1 .. I I I .
flf r,,.. , ,,,,.., , rv.l1 , ., ii.
.,,. ointment, mv - ires v i re nearly healed
over, and by the time I had Used I be third
bottle, 1 w.n entirely w.ll. 1 had a good
apneina ami wsa nennwr tins i ever wu.
i i o any one wmi nsa any -Kin 01 diixmi til i "
i I would honestly advise them to I i wlU
j nothiiii- eNe. but to get Cutlcura and gel well.
Mv hands. Cured by the use or Cutlrura, have
I never given me the least hit of trouble up to
' now. i cannot
luiiiieiid Cutlrura hlshl
I anoughi it bag done me ai d mv family .o
muen eooo. psy nau tiuer band- thi- urn.
mer became perfectly ran wllh erteina. she
Could ret nothing that iv, -c. do them anv
grid until ahe tried Putkrora, She used two
bottles of Cuticura Reeoitrnl and one box of
Cutlcura Ointment und in twowreks thev
were entirely cured. I have used Cutlrura
for other members of my family and Ii nlwava
proved -an roaafui. I r, i omuiend It to my one
with ecaema. Aft.-r ones using it you wfll
never use arythlng else, Mrs. It, B. l alln.
bpeer.- Icrrj , la.. I), t. IP, I POO "
CSUruni ta tha meat rmnnnirnl irntrsrrt tcr
snreisMia of Hi. -Win mill a. uii. a eske of tigtettra
la-'i'. and n la. a ..f cntlni- , In i,mi .,- nnen
it, ntr lent, Sold IhmisThinii it,.- werid I'.-ii.r tlrus
a. CSSSS, Corp., r-'!,' rrots . I itoa
gsssii i; w ... uiprolait Load j a I'-ttlwi
pMrej thetii t i tiinn mi' . .
"t . mm iuim i ht-y t nyi anils 1
ht'ati phiiiu'jt uii tlia uiitiKi-t. but the
ret (hi- .Mi - 1 - H.x ... plumed madi
" win tMjii.ifit it Naif ordlnar
' ' I ' 1 I I II..,, ,,U H
tt tU sj(l-llll itlllUa
JO Iii -;t-lii. h U ild.n
- I In '.'ti-lii.Ti U iil..t. ,
I 'I. Im li I'rliur I rrm Ii
I 7 tti I e . . I . I r. n. li
Kt t 17 Iik ii 1 rnr(,
1 1 1 1 1 1-r I rcmTi rillllif-
. Hit :i.
iluwrU ua all caah ,
1 We pay treigbt and R. K. fare
J- ' ... JJe'Al
VVKl at- l-o.v uiu lyiu v 1 .
LOODE MAILKI) PHEB
lllil Llbdill v 'I'..., It'l'iits
CZEMA ON HANDS
Rim in i n
I iniirr rraaeh ri i
a .7 - l, -. ,,,
I I'Unnaa put up In at"- Il fcuiaa tlokai
I IscorstsS "i'h ' - of h .... V
I S' Ii' WOly I" "i" II a..,re-.
I S t
. .rl i FEATHER CO. f ' -
E H 1 N,'w "r'' ,l""r,""," 13 V.4 K J fcat H M
0 1 1 v ; toi'i ' s "i" msiW
Ml Jrrti -fws I
iar 1 r. 1 ir ' 4-- -djjrs, 4afavssfguL a is rw aaav
1 iBOVhii 1 ..lu-j;
ui 1 1 t ai 1 f tutlj :iu ,1.,,,
iVoW wortd, 44 nwva
$73 ' gl.UU
rl0U ' J1.51)
$150 " ii.OU M
$200 " $2.25
$300 " $2.75 M
1 PI 111
I a - a -1
Mtirpr .mount. In r r n .. t ' ..n .
Msrl id in Plain Plaasse
and willi ilk' !;.i?t iftort in Icarnir :
how. t h ii' wiiy it is the most p
ular musical Instrumint nnj th'
principal means by winch a muiica;
education is secured.
B the way, it you have chiUre".
to educate ii's your DUTY to tdu
cue them musically, and it's you-
DU1 1 hi own .1 I'l NO.
PEASE PIANOS offer the cifefui
buyer .1 piano ot ABSOLUTE Rti
LIABILITY at a moderate pric;
pi 1 60 year- they have been a
payments if .lesirect and old
exchanjreJ. Used Piano-
Write for rat.i!orne.
PEASE PIANO CO.,
New Yo k Brooklyn
128 V, si 42d St. 34 Flatbuth Ave.
er II',). I
10 New St.
Hojne Treatineni lor
rsberealea a by
, irtd 1 IjtxniiftlVM at
tafl tllBftl. i penal
"'' method -f tOh 4;:. carafu. Uioi IM
kckmjjr,Ba A:trr . ivt.
' I Alterative la tax a nir medlclna.
B t o lojuorl AjJ tutierfu Idifll fur
1 - .'j ratal Uag ifto other
i ti iii mio4f
arhal this tnaaoo. No tpeciaiiat'i
anaiorlun cfcarctll nu travailing?
11 LVltoraa h 11 earfd many
- v irhora tbolr ru-ar oata an
tt ii.a thom anj it ve i.it-m tha tattdtr
t;i- vt iloh nnn:y eaanol buy
AafUf 1 1 h t1"- Hi uai 1 y inveitlgiatf-l
d'f Idavlti ami tftiruonlils faalln
fi inr nn in n. I that If Erkman
ttrOrUvo h ji ovtodJ a . 11. i n otlivri. it
luro y mual holi you fian taking th
kllVO, Y jt 'iipru euittnt alio u Id u
I 1 lual. uut t:i ;stln.
Ii rtftj iiiaP" br-P-n ralihfu'. to Eckman
v lorUvOi )uu wi.i be tnnitd at yon
rnprovtmont, a atatrment from una who
910 s... Ith sf . Co wyn (D.trby). F
nt tmoai - ivr r.ur yoan 1 wai
- tblad with r.ijurii, wlni'h aritijually b
1 ' A " I ti.i j uiKiii iwfu:i .in.l paliM
ti tu y k'hott 1 pal loiini my appUt an i
ad aMCOtnt io thin and .m I could no:
att tc nl to my bOIMOfeotd dttlloaV A pha. -Blin
pfonoUAOad my OIN Conau:iptlo:i
K01 boini -1 : . rj, 1 mi tstjaiod tiy th.
i.iivu.. ,.t . ,. t.!.- r.i. i-iinU' lluapita.; lha
1 lad pronounood tin dlttait tvnsuniptu:.
w-m 11 i u '' ii .i'r:, u an ia.tmluatloi.
or ipututDi ad ruooroulotli aa9UII w
uii. . i aui uitlei cd to a Con atu:n.iti
1 ioaplta . My nophow Wpdjtf nut alio
11 io until 1 it il ' i tet'lcnau't A.
Itii.iif 1 iinit 1 I ken the ni-..m1,c "
I throa irorlifl 1 had mat k-d roilof 1 ma
wi 1 h 1 Hit, p4in in iha broait rtUayod ,
I roll I'll mil' . tM9 and bmuj : fr lar
' " 1.1 1 niiM n q sitting well. '
hontlh pocaJMa iorma . 1 4m in aicallant
ht iith now aad haiti i-- 1 iOMpiiCiiji
I I nr.. I f.-i tf.-n year. I Btroniriy rocom
- i-i II MM U A It V WAMBOM
j i , vi. 1. 1 'd Alt) r ttivu OUfOi BruiiuPIt!
ti J.in.i. II jy l-. ara Tiii04l 4iid Lun.
Is f fo :i. For sjtt hy h!! MfgTftiian an:
I R liter --IP. and other loading ilmit-glft
1 Pk in:' " l t nf 'ir".l I'dsf, nd wrfti
11 K' kftinn I, tlmrat'iry, Phl1adolhla. Pi,
ur Co .to
Ull' nu i-i t vi Kg
and I t-'.-t
, plM, no j. hitter wherr you llvr or
wuai your Lcciiritinn miy he.
I'll ' Ii IV III Mil I II I I II
IIIM II I It IS s, I I v OA,
i'l . ol V 11 llll
Srr:L FOR To-MO U lw, Ul 210.
ABBVUH1 I II Mi l ll A.
Pill Ml llu lC
mRi 1 1 Hijj ; jjjf
54 BARCLAY 51
PARK ROW 6. NASSAU
147 NASSAU ST.
fsit f.e. ., . ur , ej3t
Sunday vioiid Wants Bring
Monday Morning Wonders.
Jpl till V-'
I I II -
ine pscinsv, yeisbi