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READY FOR SESSION
Wmy Changes in Senate aiul,Ar,y of Police Hush io Sta-ill
House, with Notable Veter
ans Missing From Ranks.
REPUBLICANS IN SHADE.
Rivals Have Majority of 68 in
Lower Branch Only l)
Behind in Upper.
WASHINGTON', April S.-The Interest
br elruetlm nf a I)momtlc Ho vine
iniJ a He-publlcan flenate meeitlnx to
tooalder a Taft Administrative rneaaure
llrvcta unusual attention to the con
, en!nr of the Plitj-aecond Cohbtmi In
, txtraorrflnary session at noon to-mor-
fow. The political completion of the
two branchee of Conirresi Trill be m
House Demoer-ata, 2M; itepiibUcaoi,
l9; Socialist, 1; varuiolee, the Ninth
loera and fleenrtd Pennsylvania dlatrlots.
fnate Hepubllcsuis, tO; Democrats,
Hi vacancy, I, from Colorado.
The roll calls In the two branshea
IM sUiow aome remarkable chena-ee
i from the last tension. ! Home the
Democrats will enow a cat mi ?aim
r her and 1ha Republicans a loae of f.
the Socialist member, Victor nrger, of
j' Milwaukee, accoiititlner for the differ
ence In the equation.
Many Veterani Mlailng.
' JM' reason of the, ohanre reinltlnr
c.from r-M tltxtlon lait November nerr
't face -will bo aen not mily In the mem
berah'p of the Houee, but In the whole
organization, ftnpuhllran employees In
e-reat number "III ao out and their
. places will br filled by Democrats.
t'hoVe rooms In the Capitol and In the
House olflce, bulldltie;, lone controlled
fe by the Republican", will be surrendered
-1 the lepreseiitfitJvcs f tlifl paity
which 1 In eatlier up tho Utilise reins.
Instead of the nfty-uliie Republicans
ho occupied wni In the Senate im
Match 4, there will he only fifty to-morrow.
The lanKs of the minority will be
yuirrraxtal trtni thirty-Inn m fnrt) -iii.
mill to fiirly-twii uhr.ii tin v.irancy In
Colorado Is filled. There rhn oiiii vu
i tiiry In the List session r;iu.-d i. t u.
death of Senator Hughes of Coliuiidii.
More' notable een tlmn the laitte
number of new faces In the S-'en'iite anl
the Hume will be the absence of en
many veteran legislator!. The speaker's
marble rostrum will not teanund wltu
the vigorous n lucks of the Cannon
snvil, for, Mr. Cannon will appear In the
j.ini. of the minority, Veterans nf
nuny legislative stniKKles will be
missed fnnn the House lloor.
I'hlef ainoiiK thoan whine Hhteuce will
luum large be Tawney of .Minnesota,
Ihiutell oC Illinois. Scott nf Kansas, Ale
Klnley of California, llunnet, Klih. Par
eons and Cocks uf New York, Hull an
Mimii of Iowa, Denny of Michigan.
'itr 01 ixuo. rour members, llltou
rock of Nebraska, I'nlndexter of Wash
ington, .Oronna of North Dakota and
Tiiwnsrnd of .MIoIiIkuii have bevii ri
valed to the .Senate.
O'Qorman In Depew's Seat.
No longer ll the Senate loll mil
upen with the familiar name of Allilv!,
tue Rhode Island leader haMns Vulunl
tarlly renounrcd nnother term to ilevoto
himself to lelmre, and the study of
M onetary reforms. He will r sue ceded
I v Henry V Llppltt. Many other strlk
i iK flirurts ulll be missed from the Sen
ale floor, notably Uepew of .NVn York,
wlioaa place will be filled by Jarnen ,.
o'Ckirmaii; Hale of Maine, succeeded by
charlea K. Johmou, Heeihliy. of lull,
ana. who was Aaiuiulsheil by John V.
Kern; Keau of Neu Jersey, 'n v , i e
place will be James 11. Murilnei W.u-.
Hit of Missouri, replacd bv Jauita A.
I seed, IMck nfhlo, replaie.l by Atleu
l'oiuerene, and Carter of Montana, suc
ceeded by Henry 1,. Meeis. Ail nr
nechanies represent Democratic calus
rxcept In the case of Uliode Island,
OFF TO O'COHMAN
AI.BA.V. April S.-John A. Mason,
secretary to (low Dlx, left for Wash
ington to-day aiiylng with him two
copies of the commission eeri'f vtn- i
the election of former Justice James
A. O'Gormin as a Fnlted States Sen-
mor from New Vorlt. One cony will
he given to Senator OTiorman and the
.l .u ...... i,' i. . .. 11
other Illed with Ice-Fresldent Shcr-
man In time to permit Senator O'Oor-
man to occupy the seat formerly as-
signed to Chauncey M Depew at tne
opening of tho extraordinary session
nf Congiess to-morrow noon.
Mr. Mason will see Oov lji i., v
lorK ami tiave mm attach his signa
luri to the commission, which Is at
tested by Secretary of State LaransK
He nas planned to leave Niv York at
midnight an as to keep an appelntmer.'
lth Henator O'Oorman nt tnn Ne.
Wlllard Hotel. Waahlngion, to-morroe
morning. The commission certifies ttiat
Senator O'Oorman has been electwl for
a ttrm of six years, 'be.g'.nnlr.g
March i last.
WASHINGTON CASE UP AGAIN
Trial of Kducalnr'a Aliened As.
aallamt OR In Aediillnly.
The attack on Hooker T. Washtnr""
In West Sixty-third tret on 8 iihIh
mitht, March 19, was rucalled t
eoupl of mlnutts to-day In the
of Special tiristona, hn Allr I
llch, who la charged with having
'eatei, the Mnlnotit negro eiki. i
M arralgnid on u cltaige of nu
lls pleaded nut guilty and the tr -was
Of all those Interfiled only the ds
fendant and his lawyer were jreaen'
t'lrtrh'a hall bond, furnlahni the day
aftr his arreit, waj continued.
T TRAIN WHISTLE
CALLS RESERVES :
FOR CIGARETTE "
fioii and Hold Up
The top of the Kaat One Hundred
and Twenty-sixth street station do not
Intend to be splanhed by any crime
wave, not If any one knowe It. This
morning all the detectives and the re-
s-rves were turned out to capture m
cleat r tie smoker,
Morris O'Qornmn, a real estate acent,
llvln at No. 4te Kast One Hundred and
1'ortletli street, boarded the Third nve
nue elevated at One Hundred and Thlr-ty-aeventh
street about 4 o'clock this
Calmly llghttnjt a clirarelte, be ptifr-l
blithely away until llobert Mlchsels, the
guard, saw him,
"You'll have to cut out the ohoo-choo
thing, bo," said the guard,
"I'm not smoking,'" replied O'Oorman
facetiously. "It's the cigarette."
"I'lty your Joke ain't as fresh as you
are," retorted the guard. "You'll have
to chtiok It away. Them's orders, and
that's tlx lamr."
O'Oorman, who has the name of the
nenly-olwsen United .State fa'enalor, but
la no relation so far as the police know,
didn't caira to throw away a perfectly
good cigarette, only half smoked, and
At One Hundred and Twenty-ninth
atreet O'Oorman refused to atop amok-'
Ing or accept the guard's Invitation to
get off, ao the motorman was notified.
Aa soon as the train pulled out of the
station the motorman began blowing bis
distress whistle. Four short toots re
verberated all up and down Third ave
nue, nsid verjtlm the train passed a
policeman the policeman yanked out
hta whistle and began blowing.
In a short time whistles neie sound
InK from eery post, while the one m
the train nailed and screeched spas
modically. The Kast One Hundred and Twent
slxth street station I right al the elde
of the elevated station, and the lieuten
ant on the desk beard the concert lotiu
before the train came by.
He hastily called nil the reserves And
detectives nml turned them out iluuMu
.quick. Ily the time tlta train got to
the One Hundred nhd Tweiily-i.ttn
street station every stairway wus
"Nobody can pass Just now." was the
fliiler. The passeiigeis Iik-iii. swarming
dun ii-the stulrs on the downtown side,
only to be halted by a pollccmml and
ileteitlve, until the steps weie overflow.
Four detectives rushed up Into thal.Cavl. While said his vl)mit men pur
train and went thiough all thecals un-!sued Ihe monster of the dfep to n point
til they came to Michaels, wli6 pointed 't of Shlnm-oek. where the moiiHter
..!,. -i, . ,. i. .... i,,., .,,i.. , took n dle that b-.ule fair to last a
the last ituei. otlt of his cl.arelte
the uat gasp out or mi clgaietti.
in ui- iiciioiiine me iiuiii na. iieni,
an me psssengers eie Kept prisnneisi
on the stairs or platrorm, and there was I
great excitement, until O'Uoriuan was
gently marched from the ttaln, taken
to the stalon house, nnd locked up on
chuige of disorderly conduct.
NEW SPANISH CABINET.
It em it I ii a
e Melll by
Ii I nit,
MADItlD, Apnl ::.-T.h" I J li.i ic.l:,
.Ministry as n nrKinib.i' w.im gazetted
to-day. The changes wen illcta'.eil by
Ihe 1'reinler, who was glvn flee lelu
by IC 1 n Alfonso us a condition Jipj-i
which he wlthdicw his le'lgiuilon n."
Saturday The Ministers aiinouneed
lire: I'lemler, Juse C.mn'ejis Meniles;
Minister of Foreign AIT Osrcla
I'rlelo; Ajlnlstcr of t v l.itr r, Hull
Valarlin; Minister of Wai, Hen. D
l.uqup; Minister of Mnilne, Seimr I'ldJlj
Minister of Jusll e, .Henor llarrosij
.Mlnlter of I'llbllc Wuiks, Henor l!4iet;
Minister uf l'ublic lustritcilo.i, Si nor
Iluii'iio, Minister of Finance, Sencr
I'liutu and H.uit retain the.r por.
'olio. Valirluo, who was .Minister o'
Justh'e, leio.ues Mtnlsitr of Hi' In
terior, and Is siti'i-ecilcd In his fnrnir
poet by Senor lluiroo, who was ut ilu
head of ill" Mii.-:r. "f l'ublic Instrii,
Hon In Ihe Moret Cabinet, Put l tn.
111 the f.i'ialej.is Miiiisii '. . ii n the othei -ale.
Urn, De I. mule held the portfol o
of War In the Moret Cabinet,
TWO PHARMACISTS HELD.
AiMMiaed of lulistlliilhiK llriiKs Col
lonInK World's llsiioaiire.
Joepii rilblnu and Harry Hubeiiteln,
two pharma -Ists w'.,i
were arrested as
s epure ol the
result of The U orb
i " hJcasprrad prai lice of Bdulteratlng ami
""""tltutlng drugs, were held In JI.imj
' ea 11 Maglmate Frasthl In the
I 1'"mb 1"l1lt" c:,,url ."',l"'v' "l,l"-''
slorels on the northwest corner nf FoirS'
.....j ,lrwl aml ,;,,.. svml(. nm,
' thnsteln's Is at No. ;D Second aenuc.
Hoth waived examination.
I lloth druggists were arrested mi Feb. j
I 'I'" World's Investigator ad lu-
jiformeil tie Dis'il' -Atiwniev t a- they
i had .old lilm leu" wuter (vhen he had
asked for rubidium Iodine
The natural Wheat
became in the natural whole
wheat, Juit a good, solid
comrnonsrnse health food,
ol the Illicit, hard winter
vr hrit, with all the nour
ishmtnt of the whole
wheat U(t in, A IS
i p a c k a v r. when
cookril, inako 50
fsiucrrs, Great for
r Parl.a Via.la Waiat FUar
pukcaili II' loilf nout
bhi',ai brcs luunina,
ft roiiirtic 'try ii too.
Hurries Seaward as Three
Boats Start Out Prom
THISN TAKES LONG DIVE.
C -m Prcnnc isn'l II Ic -i
f trMJUS CillipLCl II IS .1
'rained Gctaccan Practicing
for Summer Scenes.
Kunny thing abit. whales. They seem
to hunt (rouble. Ta'ie, for, Instance, the
celacea which occasloniUly wander
from ,he dark, tinfnlhomed depths of
fie ocean to the vicinity of this) co.ist.
Why do they nlwnya seloct the only
point for 1hrlr appearance where there
is an nollvo colony of et-whalors
namely, .Southampton, I,. J.I
Thi'e latulom remarks are npropoa of
a big whale whloli appeared off South
ampton yesterday morning nnd did
stunt, nil day nt a distance of about
live mllex off ahore. Hal.l whale gam
boled .mid spouted, ndvnnoot nnd re
ttealed, and llnally dlnappearcd, only to
ahow tip again this morning not more
than a mile from the bench, as If In
viting a disturbance.
Not the Same Whale.
Capt. Nelson Ilurnctt and Cjpt. llei
bert White, wlio have iursuel the whale
In Its native element In nil the far
sivtle and antarctic seas, declare that
the visitor of yealerday nnd to-day Is
not the same whale that paid South
ampton a visit on March II and dragged
nut all the old whaleboata and rusty
harpoon ami retired whalers In a fruit
less hunt. Not only to sntlsfy them
selves on this point, but to kill the
whale It possible ,and drag lis carrats
sshorc to be prispected for blubber and
oil and whalebune, Capt. Unmet t ntnl
Capt. White and Krank White no Ul.i
of the captain each fared forth In a
wh.ilcbnat In command of a lilg crew
at -daybreak. When the three boats
Marled tin- whale was less than a mile
put, but It headed senwald leisurely n.t,
thu IiimIs approached. Watchers on
shore llnally leporled that whale and
balers had disappeared from sight tJ
the eastward, ,
Back Without the Whale.
The three wlialeboute relumed to i
SouthaMipion at noon without the while.
week. At any rate they alted lound
tl)1 (h(,lf wa9 )0 cmlll.n of , lla
,,.01nK ,,,, anywhere In their vlulclty
and then pulled wearily back tn the
Theie Is iiime suspicion that the
whale Is a tialticd cetacean practicing
olf Southampton prep.itatnry lo donning
n dlsgiilo as'n sea ferpeht at the aiini
niir lesiirts. However, the old whalnrs
ale keeping a sharp lookout and til"
v. I1.1I0 Is herniiy warned not to get loo
close lo ,bori Old whalers say thut u
vi little Is In tae huhlt nf falling a-leep
on the liooni of tho ocean and If that
riiiutli.iinptou whale ever falls nwleep it
will v.nke iii with a couiile of harpoons
In its lluls.
ROOSEVELT GOESTO RENO.
"Ills Wltc Will llrliirn lo i n VurU
After lalllliu Yoseinltc Valler.
HAN' FltANCISl'O. April S. -With t no
iliil t ire List night of Col. Theodore 1
il.xifjm-': for 'lean. Nev the reunion I
O, till' loii-i'i'll inillll) ;;if iiuiiie ui .
Throdorc lloosfr'.t Jr. came to an mil j
aad .Mi r.oosi velt begin Ihe last naif I
of the 'in, i..) which lie bus repeutedly 1
fald . hi- 'Inn! extended tour.
Mrs It nvelt and Mlrt llthel ndll
li"t .1 '''.i:i:' Mr Itonuvolt They
will sp,: I a i' . or two In Yormi'o
ili, ai.d on ''le re; :rn here will go
il,riM-ty to Ncrt V Tk
"Best Values at
Reaily -to-Wear Hats
A special snle of pretty hood effect tailored,
street lints, that would reRulnrly tell nt 2. 49. to.
morrow ul the lower price. Hand nindr, of basket
weave chip straw, silk velvrt liiiidlnn. trimmed
with two large bows of silk and quills, Black and
Children's White Coats
All wool white itorm serr,c conti; fin
ished with larRe aailor collnr, trimmed
with wide silk braid and pearl buttons;
lineil with o ood white satin, Another
model, collar nnd cuffs finished with
rmbroidcry; sizca 2 to ft 1 QCT
years re. 2.9K . . J.,ZU
Girls' Wash Dresses
Made from German linen In light nnd
dnrl; blue und tan. sailor collur of
fntic" percale; button front and fnncy
trimmed kimono rlccves.m side effects
with round neck, several other models
in BiiH'.hnmb, percolcs nnd linens;
sies h to 14 yrs,, and 2 to A7
A big lot of mnmifnctureri.' samples,
including the littr st kimono im,l notch
I nrcV ctftcts; italeiinh are marquis.
rue, imtiia una u.wiis, nil vCi
uztt: none v, orthin.niiunOBc . YJZ
' Natural Dress Linen
3f)in.wldc; for w omen's nnd mUset'conti.
suits and dresses; also boys' IO)
j suits; rei;. l'Jc a yd.
THE 'gVENINg WORLD,
HAMMOND DENIES CITY MAY ACQUIRE
TOO OLD,' HE SAYS
Aged Inventor Pleads He
Hasn't Raised His Arm in
James H. -Hammond, the nged and j
Infirm head of the Hammond Type-
writer Company, was before Justice j
Delnnv In the Rnnreme Court, rhnreed 1
with assaulting a formre employee,
Horace O. Allen, wllli a cane and seiz
ing five shares of the typewriter com
pnny slock-. Hammond, who rellehe
his freiuient clashes lth lawyers,
tremblingly denied striking Allen nnd
said with n. grin that he had not been j
able to raise an arm .hove !,! head !
In twenty-five years, owing lo an nil-
ment which, li added, "my medical
forces say Is Amerlranltls."
, Allen sues for .tlft.non for Injuries
and humiliation attending the aged
linn's nllegeil assault. The Incident
took place, In December, l!ns. Allen
.swore, In front of No, .137 Hjat Sixty
ninth street. According lo Allen Ham
mond raised is cane, struck him over
the head, as he snld"
"You'ro n dog nnd I'll put you where
ymir friend Dnvls is'"
As the Davis referred to was dead,
and as Allen was Ids executor, he
clnlms lie naked Hnniniond If he (Ham
mond) meant that he would commit
murder. For answer, Allen testified,
he recelvtd nnother blow over the
head until he letriMted.
Tho trouble was over five shares of
stock owned by James W. Davis wTieu
he died. Iliunmonil svsore he to!
Allen that the five shnres of stocl:
belonged to lil-n and c.inie Into D vis's
possession to enable him to qualify an
a trustee of lIamtiiond"s company.
Hammond staled that he offered to
leave the question of ownership to t lie
courts, but Allen declined the Issue.
Hammond testified that ho got the five
shares In th melee and proposed to
keep them. He denied that ho struck
Allen or onlled him a dog or threatened
to kill li: in.
Hammond Is seventy-five years old.
'BOSS'COXAPPEARS IN COURT j
CINCINNATI, April ,1,-fieoigo D.
Cox. Ilepubllcnn leader, lelndlcted on a
charge of perjmy and missing since
Inst Friday, nppenred at the Court
House ut II. W A. -M. to-day. Just bh
rioHi-culor Hunt ins preparing tele-
giiims to chiefs of pollco In nit cities
HsKing tnem to nirest t.ox as a fugltn.
No nnnouncement as to where he had
been, or whv he absented himself, was
Hindi-. Horn! was furnished In the sum
SAN FItANCIKCO, April 3.-The
Japanese Antarcllc expedition, under
Lieut, Hhlrase, left Wellington, New
.eulnnd, on the little steamer Klmiti (
Mnr't, Fob. II. according to mall ad-1
vlcei received here to-day. Just before
leaving, the exploter icelvnd a largxl
remlttaiKe from Count ultu tin to pay'
the cost of refitting the vessel on her,
return from the JMlar sen, A fleet of i
MichtH escorted the exploier for some
Men judge women
by their shoes
Untidy, unpolished shoes
will spoil llje appearance ot. I
the belt dtcited woman.
Keep them looking neat and nw with "Nurtet."
maa "r- musi.
i Polish x Shoes with " Nugftt.'
"It'l a Happy Habit."
U.l llilla bot cstltltlsf if. el Nt in,"
ktsdrbllllUbratkisdNafftl" illlklac p.l
Illsatrsasitiltolttp islik sail spas.
10c aBoi-black or tan-all dealers.
Good for all black and tan leathers.
'Nugget" (Manufacturers) ; Broadway, N.Y,
the Lowest Prices."
5-piece suite made to order, allowing
20 ynrds best oualitv Belgium damask:
each additional yard Q QQ
54 Inches wide; extra heavy
trnde; while it lasts, n yd.
Also cambric; 20 in. wide; 9
in. embroid'y edr.e; val, 25c yd.
For boys' suits nnd children's 7 O
dresses; fust colors; reg, IScyil. .JL&v
Unbleached; size 18x27 inches; red O
or blue bordris; fringed; tpecinl at?
ricnili Ijh'ibrii'unii shirts, short sleeves,
nml ill awe rs with double sent; 1 T
nil slies to 46; value 25c .JLO
C jurda wide; extrn heavy qitnllty;
vnriety of designs nnd colors; rem
nants; if cut from the roll J
would be 29c square yurd.
Mayor Will Inspect West Side
Neighborhood I louse
.Mayor Cluynor will vlll the alun-
iloncd Uockcfcllcr Wi-sl Hldo Neighbor
hood House, Fiftieth Htreet and Tenth
avenue, befoie dividing to approve Hen-
1 ator "The" Mr.Mamis'a bill conternplat
i Ing that the city aciUlre tho big build
! ing and conduct U as a il.ty uurser
1 At u hearing on lb" tneiurc to-day the
'Mayor wanted to know the history f
the Neighborhood llon-e mid l ie caU5t'i
for stopping lis activities, lie was l:i-
tnrmcd ,,y tSrtllllnr M,.Ji.tnus. Ascmblj -
Mmn j,oyian. Aldennau Wendel. former1
A1(lrl lim Fred ittcl.trr, Itev. Fatlur ,
i Morlarlty nnd Itev. Dr. A'-krrt. that the
si-i'larlan chummier of the Institution!
hampered Its piogiess mid Mr. Itocke-1
feller decided to no longer contribute tu
Its support. ,
' The speakers nil declared tn.it as an
, unspf tnrliin eilterprlso devoted to tiie
people of the thlikly populated west
ldo ;he building. wo'.ild proe a descr.
lug charity, 1
'You tell inc Clinrlty Coiunilsf io.ior
Driinimoiiil Is in favor, of the acquisi
tion or ihe building." said the Major.
i "1 shall visit th building before I u.
I chic I'erhups wo enn do better by
making this a charter provision."
IM On I IDT IM I ITTCD
in vwv.if ui uiuuii
DEMANDING $75,000. j
. . ... . ,,,, , ...
Jeih I eacher Whose Back Was
Broken Savs He Can Never i
SUikI on l-eet Again.
Mosrs .Milium Wiios llne'c shape I
end andpnttla 'r.i hnid might hnw
In irk,-d a nun I ul le leader of t le Jew
ish faltn, wns Ixune ,nio t'ie Supreme
The Lordest Shoe
ihe Story in Short
H out: of our liiifli tratlc
lories is u little ahead of pro-
Kia iiuciioii. a
Kg3 ilitl .styles.
5, Kit! pairs of genuine Goodyear Welts'. Splcn-
Jiarryniore cv (jraliam-White Lasts, in Tnn
M Ku.ssiu Calf, l'atent Leather and Gun Metal Calf, in
pi luitton, Low and IMucIier models.
An Honest $4.00 Value
Until They Arc Gone
All sizes now, but better conic
Stamped on a
6THAve.& 20 St.
Don't Worry About Terms
Whatever Suits You Will Suit Us
Vim ran loir udtantaire nf Ibis opiiortunltj. heruuse we are erfllna to charge your
linriliii.e mi an arinunt with patments auporllnned to suit )ur clrruniituncf s auil
iir riiuseillenre, ... , . ...
In biOlie In yourself ue urge sou In call upon us and lake ailranlage of the
IIVIMIWS.. that mhhII ioii.
Best Credit System-One Low Price Cash br Credit
Consisting nf RonUcnsc,
Desk, Settee, Arm Chair
nnd Arm UocKcr. N'nliic
IIIIIIUI Asl' -In miIIiI niiarlerrd i.ul.. earl. i:iiullh
Hidah niMustiilde In-liesi Hit I". Hide, In, liltll
III K tu umtrtrrrd uak. rl I iislUli lnlh. Hb
lltllni,-. lo in.ilili, - I I". li'. -Ill In. hleli
-I ITU -In 'Id mil., euili lludMi llnMil m' 'in
a audilte .eal
Iti ' l t- In s-olitl onk, rally Iii2llh fliiNh, in!..li.ii
ht e, aiuhlle seut ... ,...
(lIMIt In anlht enk. rnrly rn.ll'h rlc1.1i ,
irla.llill alle asdille i !
Court luum In Iln-.nklui to-day' upon al
i llllrr In o-iltr that he might prosecute 1
befoie Justice Cat reta in his suit for
,,u i) il im ices for pcisiinul Injiirfts.
Vl;c pl.iliitlff'.l back broken nnd lie
I fcas surferintf from many other Injuries.
Tin- nun ind been ii tea-ler of tin-I
t .leu Hi huiKU.iSc, and a m.ili of position
among llu iim'iibers of Ills race. SlliraJ
Do . HI lie hn I lulu ilpiiu iiIn bed ill the ,
Maatcrn Distil t lln;ilt.il bci ausc of the j
.1, rltlent lor which ,r siied tin- S. I.leb- !
inann's Si.ih llrcnlns Company, and this '
Is the luminal pica made for
Hubert Stewnu, Ills counsel:
."He never nialn, ns long n he'
lives,'' sold lounsi'l, "will Kt.ir.il ii,oii l
lis few. Ills nitlon ns he lie hefoii-,
.'on on 'his lilter will be the rnly (- i
sltlnn he i in occupy during his life."
Allman on I'd". 31 was crii'-'Itii the i
street nt llruflilw'a and l.orlmec sirect i
when ic.ivy brewery truck cjnio
along. The pole struck the innn In the
middle of the '.pine, breaking It, nnd ,
two Mheets rail over his body
WllPn Yniir FvPt
Jl "C" UF y5
Look first for reliable eve-,
sight examination. You i
can judge what we are'
able to do for you by what
we have done for others.
Reliable examinations have
increased our business each 1
year for 50 years. Some of
our customers must be I
your friends ASK THEM.
Our Registered Physicians,
oculists of long experience ,
WechArge fqr glasses only.
iPcrfect - Flttlng Glasses as Low as $2.50.
t. h Q 1
r Oculists' tOvticlnns, ,
723 SUth At., 15th St. 350 Sislh Ar., 22d St. 1
IZMBroadway,33dSt. 101 Naaau AnnSt,
217 Broadwsr, Aslor House, New York.
498 Fulton St., Cor. Bond St., Brooklrn.
Business in the Worl
Marked j. f -
- - jCi.Oj
1 ' sises i
This Complete Early Eng-
This Untirc luirly r.nRli .
II1 I .'. " I I.I I'M l"L"J
JAP SCARE IN ANTIPODES.
KIiib of l.ojnlly Istnmta .take
llrlllsli nml I'reiieli Aid,
VICTOIUA, II. C, April .1 -Fears of
Invasion by the JapiiKse are nulntalnad
by the newspapermen of the Antipodes,
nccordlng to advices received yesterd" ty
by the MnUiira. W. J. Wstrlnms, King
of the Loyalty Islands, Ins nddresed
petitions both to Oreat Britain nnd
I'rench officials asking that a prolecti.
rate be declared over the Islands to
prevent them being secured by Japan.
The King wrlle that Japanese are
crowding into New Caledonia nnd have
Installed a wireless station In the Loy
alty Islands. He says he fears the
Japantto ule piepirlng a base that
25 Altttutn $c
A SALE OF TWILLED SILK UMBRELLAS
WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW (TUESDAY).
MEN'S UMBRELLAS WITH NATURAL WOOD HANDLES AND
WOMEN'S UMBRELLAS WITH MISSION WOOD HANDLES,
USUALLY $3.00 & .$3.50 AT $2.00 EACH
1. Altman $c (Sri.
ARE SHOWING NEW MODELS OF THE "FASSO" CORSET
MADE IN PARIS. AND THE "ESNAH" CORSET, MADE
ON THE PREMISES. A NEW LINE OF TRICOT CORSETS
IS ALSO SHOWN IN VARIOUS LENGTHS ADAPTED FOR
TRAVELING AND HOME WEAR.
CORSETS OF TRICOT. BATISTE BROCADES. ETC.. MADE
TO ORDER TO MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS BRASSIERES
AND CORSET ACCESSORIES.
TO-MORROW (TUESDAY). APRIL -Ith.
AN EXCEPTIONAL SALE OF WOMEN'S
AT $5.00, $6.75 & $10.50
IN ALL THE POPULAR
ALSO FOOTWEAR TOR BOYS,
SPECIAL REDUCTIONS HAVE BEEN MADE IN THE PRICES
OF SEVERAL LINES OF WOMEN'S SHOES INCLUDING COLONIAL
TIES. IN TAN AND BLACK RUSSIAN CALF AND PATENT LEATHER.
Jtfti) Swm, 34tij nt&
, . a
i lc rtalf "f I';"'
m ith ric I
' :J"! .i-umal on. I llll
I'Sa. atur e tins'.
!' '? "'IV.t.'Z'.
' V". "irrais. ilfia
-i iL nr rim.
:.ir inir ""I "' 1
'ir.,rs u f
art, nol nrutrlv
ml.'"'. ..".J, IVu VoaVl.
ci.in ,td rhciiiiiaii!"
tums are eirrflfu. I ira..
cofl.. and. tea. owt ."'":.,,
al, Jl as rrfall l'rc-., . .,
to, csi-nt bikeii. i"'f .rr " "
t -litsi ihn all fifsl llitn..'i. . ,blU
K - inill.tjn anl rtsyi 11
.."int .Mnk !r bieasfst , .11' . . ' ' "
' Wee aflfr aii'rir. Ilaie this tu.fl ,f
.mil ajran shuUrb 4 o.'. .M"'.?; ' '
j i j.i.,nfil t"t ri 'i mul. u ''l"i1' '.V "!
vtt J'.l (hen alti-mf" ll Wli'"'" i'V.
..n..fful limie Tlnriurf ratsina totuii. 1 ci.
li'i'simij's; ' r.r. of
r. km. .Ml nl tif uiaj.snfut afirr eicii
"'V'liate knows lif frfrlui( treslinfiit In nut
mar' i l "in , allents, fit It ,,k"
in. larli us In ltl wioalJ an. ""'U't1";.
I nhai .i Wit. Mint i'.ir.rn ,''.'''
l,m. ill Is nw rl I liiu.il? sll;i l'".V,"1,
Ihriii f.i.m nr., I'inz a nl.- klnt. Tne whl lli
.llvliiilie is Irn.i .l l',iri.-lifs mhlltM. ami is
nrj -uliu ' J .i' sit-ni I' aliual V;?'
n Ir'M' '. i I ' in in Irsln ot UK
. 'i as iiis.jl ilr.l t' n-iie'-win.. Irrrci in
ll ,'iin,i!.. riiintlois. i",ir; .urs orle
sill llif fies ilnlls lli ti.slie of Hie l.air,
uusa a in,JMv rsnti rili-n, all te a'..r 1 1 die
i.itiu uial .train ,si "n, i..tain, Ou'k'n mnn
:pj i I ... lam ."-'I. 1 (". h'ha'i' rf
nr I luil e'll i f ?!''''.' 111. si' liil"
.1'. -rttu'r ail Ufa "i' ,nllll to a n jit
i l' Ii .n',1'1.1 Ii" -n'eMed a a
vtii u a'tiu'i. in lurf ami nninr, i r s
I'.l't anil lii'irsiier in a..,nianr .
(In:-,. Ms.i i'kr iue riiill.in serrn
rTr rrrt'niriil fur hair aud
r i'i as li.tiiua a" lirnifi'Hsi
i'l Is ia"rl !Hl'i 'f i.la
i t li I tit.' l-s. wllll loin.
,. n i-...-- . j. s s'!r
im jr 1 a., .i hi aii Ik,1!1'!.,
. a ( ' 1 1 a lliln 1 i.riiw t.f.
,' i ll ' ilinrl. nr .ill't Iiw lil
., . "..o 1',. i 1 i , , H itll'lll.
Vr. a ', nv a-'lira-a's t. and
. I .air br St. On.. . an. Im.
i , 'i 1 a'11 a ' 'itlr ,m'i',
'-. 'I. .M,il i ,'- i J Hi I 'I.
r1' -a a . i, 'i '- ,1'ai
v ik1 fi . .11? 'in ri I M li i
I uul.l is offri,iiir tn
used for an attack
"Simple Remedy from Kilter's Re
moved Tlicm,'' Sas Society Lady.
Tils btst skin specialists lold me tht
nvthlug would remote my iracklsa aud
tbai 1 would carry them to my aravs,"
aald a wall known soclsty woman, "but 1
levied thrin all with a ntw druc. ollilnt
double strength that 1 tinurht at Rlker's,
which cleaird my skin aad gave mt a Bli
Tba action of othlne Is really rsmark.
able, for whn applied at night many al
the freckles illsappsar entirely by nurnln
and the rrst have btgun to fade. An
ounce Is usually all that Is needtd, sven tur
the worst case,
r sure to ask rtlker'a for ths doub's
atreneth othlns. as this Is sold under a
gusrantee of money osck If It fstls tn
remove the freetites
SHOES AND PUMPS
LEATHERS AND SATIN.
YOUTHS, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
3511) Btrrttn. fork.
The, Doctor's Answers On
Health and Beauty Questions
By Dr. Lewie Balier.
Ttif au'Mloai anasand Isliw sir cmrnl in chsrarttr; ths Tmr
tomi n- itlai ailnl eo.l lh aninm Hill aiqilr in any rax
ot annual nature.
TlKia- iii'hire further eilrice. frw, may adlress Dr. bawia Uakar.
Onillge lll.l'tt I'.il'mr-Kliroi-I Haiton, Klrlo, enrlmins ml
sililnswl smpf.l enilol for rei v. .Vi outallous will 1 aoawarti
unless full tuiw anil sd Iress l glten. Initial nr norn il pliisa will
U iwl in iiss. rhr iijrs-rli.tlon. ran I. t ,ny ,,,
To. td ilrrni sloit. Anr dminn.t ran oelrr ef ivholr.ler.
.tged Couiile .Natiually, it arrms, old ntoila
birssnr il.tlms of lu.liae.tdm nmUMll.
elirnnU- iliiinU and Undpr atlonu; ewefui
diet and tl,e rrjular use i.( a dlsisillo aid aioh
J. I.Wola lrl0K'.lh,e 1II rrlieie til tilre. I or
the rnn.l hulloil tindrtirr tsas S-irrali, l.hlsl.
full herb inn ordlnari sulphur tiMotal. Tlia.a
Ulilits will imilsie ihs lltir an, lwi im.
Jfins the tilKt and lucrease tin r1.r i-f old
V. It. T.
ilanv i,r (lie rroaleat akin r-c1l
Jala vr-.r-rtlie m jarioiis formul the tollow-n-
f.il sliiM.iilli la.es uf i rema, and jni mar he
.... .-.jiituii-ii, u. ..-.-.. ii j.Mi win cartrul
ol.M-rie tin fellow Ineaiiuy a. drain naekaj
of i,r.l),.in s .,w1iisl i,rr,rt rarslv umiI,
lull of iire.it virtue in all forms of skin .llsiwe
thin haie limr Uru.Klsl roil. carl,Iic add 3li
ilmi-s, rltrlur- olnliiiint 1 of., lanolin 1 or
At limns laarm Die nli.tmrnt and sraihull; and
slov.lv tills Hie s. iler, 'rt.st.kiijloln. When
mile,! In tills manner )ou ai,J-l mbstltiitlon,
an, I lan ilgnl mi lesulls. ,UaJi ,
wrllli rs.tlle w.,,, ami a,,-!, A. iSlinK WeJ
I". i X.-TImi itilipile orj-in ot jour
aes are arferteyt l,y a i,ijor tlrfillallnn of hlon,
t llaiv btrlt, ami hilnfs a loinulliallos of his
artita and , .manly imTns almost nntndiiralilr
ansnnpaine.) I.y irrriruNr i-nuh. hfadacliH.
wHikiiosi. laliiiijis. a e Your f.o.l 1, inj
isncnsliid aud dlirrsilnii prrliai ior. IV
I us ticauncni for icieral monlLs dallj, and
tlieriwftir l.eirlu HWnK .iteriil dars lfofn Ule
lno,li. rin tihiiniiiui prunifnlhuii I oj., tine,
lure 'inline isimu. I at. (nut canlanv.in) and
i.ioip. sirun . liiii,.)!ii'initi n oki. Mil
and lake a liaiis.im' l eirrr three houra. foi
ltme.1 hr S.Kla.. ..I .rater. CI V. Jnur
it.'.1?.1'1. . "n", "' ",l S linuwi; ' to
ii'rei..;, ke II ci . .,u n rlsne tablet! as
l er i lifdhms ai- "u , ns.ji: realm iiaclei. ob.
talnal.'e at our welt , ,,,iru dniK ilorr, '
. Tl ' '"'it trouUo.Mhlrh joii dev-riV-
is just lire iJuusaml, ot otJiersi ttrod. aohi w
ii-atv. i.IIoii.M, i,."tn 11,1,1,,,. ,(1 otimff.
feit are In in, .iiHuI, n ,lue to lima sIi-h of
-or ilrt-iilatlt.il of the h,..t, ttt iu rt
IruUoi, of iail.nui in.tlir. nmiirstiw
H.-, To nysrnr.uiii its oonultion.1 It Is nrVeSar
to drsir ont ihe s,, no., iiuprina !i rirvulaiiou
and ions nil the f(,.,, rtrniai.nta and let, l"!"
U Ut . ( live .i , found amthuni lo iiiu,.
Ihs inUdvlMB -to 4 va'loii of I, ssntrV sil l
.. , ,,.,,ir iv.ntier and 4 h
tal.le.isonliil r.f itk Irameisj t),, fKt "ij -,, y
- - ",, . ,.., kiii, i-o d via.
ter nf M.i ne ,r aad dr' Ihoiuiijl,-,
JlsMa I.. Von ate i''tiiib' tv thin f,.r rum
hrliilit, lit 'yliv ,voii should f us-otlral of ei
a darit weijiit, wi'Ikiiii y.tn Iryiiur. 1, ,,... , ,
y. te Iij.i. I iiii? mM,r railenta u110 alii.
e gnud Hum one to f ,,n,i:
r 'a'.iiK Ilia a train hino i'ui (.,
' ia 'f i ri! , 1 SO ,tftm In I .... I
sieks. ami ll.n, .e,i i to uia tl results.
sni'stli Imirn , I'lmrci hi men sol entlnl br
muotii. i '
--1 , 'ii iTilesi