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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MAT 9, 1911.
WOMAN ENDS LIFE
I IN WAY SHE ONCE
TRIED AND FAILED
Despondent Woman Ends Life With
Gas After Failing to Die Last Week
J Three W ho Saved Miss Her
ring Before All Too Late
IS DEAD WHEN FOUND.
iFreqj by Court for First At
tempt, She Asphyxiates
I lerself in Room.
I TTSsn Tn!1c!nn Melloflr nf th. Hint
5 '-'Iftr-nrst trwt
Mi mnrnlnt i
tsflon t"nk s trk 1
Olira II. i ' aa aha
Kl iv in (ha kltpli.n of tha fnrnlsh1-rnom
-' ' she conflurteil at No Ml rt
I '' rt y-elnhth etre.t, h ItsoMsfl that er-I
, (I 'si respiration moulrtn't be f
f, BUM SS It hail bMB Just a Wpik be
Bfor when hs hail been railed In to the I
faams place and bad broua-ht the lr!
back to Ufa and the memory of her
sVira baby and her talthleee eweet
lisart 1 Th1e time aha had bean mora raraf'il
"in har preparations for aulclda. Bhe hnd
stuffed the crack on the aldaa of the
windows and doors with paper and had
gHrffsd up a game covering for tha
of tn aa tuba which aha had
M1' ' "1 'n ,r' mouth. This coveiihir
igiiltnoat eomnlrt.ly enveloped her head.
jhe had taken her beauilful blond hair
down atrfl It crept out from beneath
the folds of the gauss and strayed over
jthe aofa on which the lay.
Beyond Reach Thii Time.
, 1'ollrem.m Mellodr call"d up Flower
Hospital and Dr. Heel came with the
MBbulaMa, lie had been called In on
aWay 2 when the girl made her first at-
tempt at suklil. by taking sea. II. had
(tsken her away to tha hospital that
tjtlm. but be shook hla head thla morning
and eald ahe was dead.
Miss lli-rrlng. who waa twenty-flve
rV.ars old, carne to this country from
Munl'h five yearn ago to Join a man
"ahe had loved in the old country. She
Vis cultured and an exceptional lift
julst. Boon after her arrival ahe de
aVrkled that her sweetheart was unworthy
and took over the furnished room h mse
rn K.iat Forty -eiKhtb. street.
She aa eaaer and anxious for a stag,
are.r and heuan a course of Instruc
Htlon In a erhnol of elocution. Bht had
jpUnned to glva up tha house and at-,t.-ij,t
to carve out a poaltlon of at
gjeaat minor distinction on the native
4- Inge. About this time fhe met n man
jWltn srtioni ehe fell In love. She Ihniiglit
-1:1:11 alnftle and believed marriage would
foIow her ouurtrhlp. h'he li-nrned he
wis married Just after their baby died
.HBi qaarftWasOTSssvZ jataaaaJfcla.
e-ulaMSMS.' sWssM IsTaT -Paj
i I 'Til '
FAKED HOLD UP
TO HIDE PLAN TO
Footpads, Fischer Said, Put
Warning Letter in His
TELLS AMAZING STORY.
greasy piece of paper scrawled over In
lead pencil In a hand siiKg.atlva of Her
man schooling. He glanced through It
! and handed It to Wis policeman.
Mult "Shake the Girl."
I 'There It la. Vow you know Just
I how It happened," he saJd.
I This la what the polheman and tha
I surgeon read, with Infinite trouble. It
: took them fully five minutes to mike I:
"Ton want to atop aeelng that girl
You also have to give up Hosa. She
may LOTS you and you may love her
hut aha will not belong to you long. If
yu do not rive her up In Houra we
shall be obliged to Kill you right away.
The Money will ba returned to "taj
After You MM Her Oood-bya."
"That'a It," explained tha free luBdh
man chearfillly. "There la a girl Roate
TratQuo Antonio who cornea from Qal
h la alx montha ago already and works
by a Mrs. Sen warn at No. 456 Grand
s reel and fs K'xid friends with me for
CITY TO INCREASE
ITS WATER SHED AS
Streams Feeding Croton River
Drying Up Mount Vernon
Will Sink Artesian Wells.
(Snerlst la Tie T.rrnt WorM.I
MOI'NT VERNON, N. Y , May
many weeks. Thla la aome one who will ! ''"' 'beie la rain aoon It la feared
He Bitterly Denounces Police
and Ambulance Doctor
Who Discredit It.
n the hospital.
AUTO UPSETS A TRUCK.
Then Wheel llrraka I f lint of
Three Men Tliroven Ont.
A tr ick owned hv the Salvation Army
and filled with old olotMng and txioks
that had lieen OOtlaotad ly Ivnstl'.is
Pari , MMiaal Bavajf and IMward
Soiltli (ri't In the nay "fan auumioMIe
balOh gibg to tha Amerlr.m Meter Oom
pany al Blghth avenue and Forty-sev-enih
street thli morning. The aboek
of the DOHIalOn luiir overturned the
truck and spilled out DaitTi llavey and
Smith, "tin e re on the seat.
Aa the three were thrown the horsee
rnn away. The whiela iaawed (ever
InrSv, brwaMnl bin rlarht lea: Neither
of the others nas Injured. Richard At
kinson of No. sM West Forty-third
John Olaxen coming downafalra from
hla flat at No. IM eleventh avenue at 6
o'clock fhlr morning found hte boarder.
Leonhart Flacher, a brawny eltlaen,
employed aa free lunch dlepenaer In a
saloon at Elirht avenue and Twenty
thted atreet, lying at tha foot of the
elalra with hla wrlsta loosely twisted
with twine, and gruanlnic mildly,
olaxen daehed Into the atreet when
Flacher did not answer hla queetlona nvta.
and called Policeman Puggan.
"I'll get an ambulance,' aald puggan
after he, too, had shaken tha appar
ently unconaclnua ma a by tha shoul
der and aakad him what waa tha mat
tar. Aa anon aa tha St. Mncaot'a ambulance
bell clanged at tha curb, ftachar sat up
and rubbed hla eyes.
Felt Better, Tien.
"I feel better now," he aald, ecram
bllng to h's feet and fending off the am
monia bottle which the Burgeon waa
about to put under his none.
"It w.n like thla," he explained. "1
finished work at 3 o'clock this morning.
I come atralght home. Inside tha hall
here a man Jumpa out behind me anil
atreet atopped tha runaway at Tenth faha me by my throat. He puts a
avenue, rjar1y t .Ken to Flower , cloth with awful atrong gaa In It on
Hospital by Pr. Botaford mv mouth. I feel myaelf going away
from my senses and falling to tha
floor. Then I know no more until the
policeman atands over me."
Fischer Is a big broad shouldered man
who did not look at though he would bo
HI me If I do not ahake her."
Me regarded the poUeetnan Inquiring
ly. The poMeeman looked at the doctor
and boti of them laughed.
He Scores the Police.
"Come now," eald Dr. Newcomb, "Is
It that you want to ehake Hosle, or la
It that ehe doean't believe you love her
aa much aa you siy you dor
Very angry and red In the fane, Loen
hart Flacher growled eomethlng to the
general effect that all policeman and
l ambulance aurgeona were laxy, hireling
acoundrela, and that he would hire a
private detective, and tried to go up
10 his room.
Puggan would not have It. He took
the luni hinaii to the station, where the
detectives k-pt hltn ao busy for must
of the morning that he said he would
never get held up again as long aa lie
TO BRING HOME ASHES
OF PROF. H. C. IVES.
WITH SPECIAL SERVICE.
UONDOM, May .-A suffragette wed
ding took place yesterday In a church
at Hr'.ghton. HuffrnglMs gathered In
force, with tricolor fines emblematic of
freedom, purity and hope.
The bride and bridegroom ex-changed
rlnKn and there was a specially worded
marriage service. In whloh It wea de
clared that the couple united them
aelvea on grounda of perfect equality
aa comradea and helpmatea. whatever
the elrcumetancee of life nUght bring
Dody of St. Louis Art Director,
Who Died in London, Is to
IONDON, May . Friends of Prof
Halaey Cooley Ivea, who died from a
laralytlc stroke In the Westminster Pal
ace Hotel on Friday, have arranged that
the body shall be cremated and sent to
St. Louis, Mn, where he had been dl
reotor of the 8t. Ioula Museum and
School of Fine Arts, arriving there May
23. The necessary certificate of death
waa signed at the American Consulate
The Interest of the ITnlted fates Oov
ernment In I'rof Ivea waa shown when
ft cable message waa received concern
ing hla death at the hotel : .-day from
i ne professor s daughter, who waa In
the a numher of towns In Westchester
County will experience another aueh
water famine as they went through laat
year. Nearly all the atreama flowing
Into the Croton lllver, the main artery
to fill Croton Reservoir and aupply New
Tor City, have dried up or are very
low. It la aald that the wnter in the
Amtwetfc Heservolr, Cornell Pam, Mus
coot Reservoir and Keneloo Keeervolr
la far below the normal level.
Work la now being ruehed to flood Rye
Lake, which la being enlarged. Treea
that have surrounded the lake for half
a century are being cut down and the
OVefllOw dam la being raised, ao that
no water can go to waste.
It was reported to-day that the city
of New York would condemn moro
land In Wesb-hesteT and Putnam Coun
tlee to Increase Its waterxhed, and
everal private streams and lakea may
be gobbled up In the pru eedlnga.
The city of Mount Vernon, in order
to prevent a water famine, haa de eded
to sink a number of artesian Welle,
from walch It expeota to get a big
aupply of water. The Board of Alder
men will Immediately a'art four walla
on elty property In Vernon Heights.
The wells will be of eight-Inch bore
and will coat. Including a pumping sta
tion, about H.noo. It Is expected that
they will g.-.e Mount Vernon about
1,(100,000 gallnna of water daily.
MRS. DODGE'S REVOLVER
EASY TO DISCHARGE.
Woman Accused of Murder Con
sulted Expert About It,
QUtLDHAIetaj Vt., May 1 William
Heath, a painter, for whose death Mis.
Florence M. Ixnige of Lunenburg Is
being tried for murder, cou.d have been
shot hy a person standing In front of a
bay window on the west aide of the
bedroom where the shooting occurred,
according to testimony offered at yester
day's session by (Jty Watson, a Bt.
Johnshury civil engineer.
W. K. Haloh, a Lunenberg flrearme e
pert, testified that Mrs. Dodge brought
a revolver to him four or five yeara ago
The w.-Hpon. Raich aald, would not
atay rocked and would go off very easily.
The witness teat. tied that the cartridges
which were found In the bedroom In
which Heath met his death were Uke
those In the revolver.
BOOKKEEPER HELD AS THIEF
HOT NAME FOR HOT TOWN.
frtt$Btnt ivnn,, May fUtun'f
K In., m In NftpM f a a hot place
yestcnlfiy, 1. it iJ ftrt tiff Uteri were iin-p"::-l
hi All tOt, and iMl Rltftll hvy be
llevftl Uip ii.nl olM feed me nrivaru'e of
flftmps that hid nwrpt almost fi.OOO
acres and tfldMlfftrtd more than two
VOOfi farm butMlfiffl.
LMintflff at About noon that thn flro
wns ad va ruin:- on Satan'! K iniclom,
farmers hi-re hii.lt bftCk fires and thus
MVfd thrlr homej an I stock. Brisk
winds sweTit tin lltfflei acrofts road! and
mad travel .mpoi!Me
I'addrd Pnrnll. It la lrm l
yt and Halle In Court.
Krwln Oppenlander, twnty-flve years
old, of No. 979 Freeman street, th
Hmnx, who was head lookkneper for
fhe TrnUel Marty XVorVs, lyon Island
City, was arranffetl In the Lome Island
Oty Police Court to-day, charged hv
his employer with urar.il larceny. His
rounff wiff and two smaii children wore
iii court and made an ftffoetlflff snn
Whtn ho was taken to prison In default
of H.I0Q ball
lav!d'S. Tralt'd. wecroMrv of the mar
ble works, wat the OomptftlllaMIti and
t if metlfle cluirne was that OppOD-
boltntf h.id paddtd Iht paymii, oArrjrlnff
flt-tlthms names And dr.iwlnic thn pal-
m uS wiy i Open Monday and Satuiday tv'gs Until to
Petcrmnr'a TJnr!i Fonil lolls
roneh"s, Water bin.-i snul beetles.
Btandard for I yeara .
Pwtartnan'i DiMorMr v;;'i bed
hugs tad th'.ir aggt. A Bure jire
vrntivo. I'eterman'a. Moth food Orlnr
eM Kllll moths A euro i re
ventive. IVterman'e Ant Food kills anta
At all dealer. Inriston i'eterman'i
rnmrmm aaai aa seas aasigaMaas -wiawsiesaa
between May 4 and 6.
I.oat VIO.miO Ulnae Here.
lieteetlvea were searehltieT to-day for
four rlnxa valued at 110.000 belonging to
Mrs. Ann Ellleott of No. MM Orerne
street, riermantown, Pa , lost In the
Pennsylvania station here yesterdny
Bhe did not miss them until ahe reached
3 looms, at. . . 7.s writs tor our
4 Furnlshed.at $lbSEW catalog.
5 Complete, at $2'.h Railed rRSS.
Vvl PAY FKEIUMT AM) RAILROAD FARE
We Allow on All f o
easy to overpower. Merlin when her father died, haa ar-
"Vtt they take anytnina on your i rived here fide was acNimnanled hv
"Tes, aure." began Fischer and then
stammered. "At leaet," he said, "lemme
look." He fumbled In his trousers
biiteen dollars I had." he exclaimed
with every appearance of real grief.
"And It la every cent gone. But what
The big men drew from his pocket a
l)r. Flsehe! of St.
l.'iula. a friend of
(Prom trie boston TranaerlpL)
Margie i hearing rumble of dlatant
thunder)-They must he cleaning house
In heaven to-day, mamma.
MotherWhy do you think so, dearf
Margie 'Cause I hear the angels mov
ing the furn'.ture around.
AM'Tr.ll ITATVI IIP I.IIIK.IITV.
(I'nim ! lie CliristUo llerulil I
An the While tar lln-r Mn)est1r
PaaaSd the Btntue of Libert on the
way to her d. k In New York llarlnir
I the other dny, n little eleven-year-old
, French boy ealuted the fJoldeiSB of
i l.ltierty with bhe song "America." Kven
I Che children of Prance know what our
ftstue of Ufeertjr IS. They are taught
what 1t eta mis for. The lad'a name Ih
Martin A-.iKusMia lieaanux. end he wns
coming to America and greeted his
i entrance to It with tfhe natlimnl hymn,
j After singing "Amerl.-a" he sang the
"Marseillaise" with less effort. Hie
'fa rents are left behind, but he goes
to Join an aunt living at 1'lalnflebl, N.
.1 , and truetH that hla fnther and
mother will also crime to tthls country.
The bOy iu eeeedlnnl" popular in
hll own lar. 1. and aa he rn.me nwny two
hundred of hia achoolnintea came to the
Ship to eee hltn off. If all the lmnil- .
grants could have the ftrlt of loyalty ,
to liberty and country which the Mttle
Prench lad has, our perplexing prob
lem of lnmtgTat.tOTi would settle Itself.
I ' . i nt-'ir) i a M I "i l llBi
niMirt SofM llptt. in .i iititt-
iii i finls.ll. I I'll I ll'.'ll-ll MI'll
gr illicit mir.: Illinois! r t vu in tn
t,. i, 1 fiit hfl or mi Mn wlti'ir
ietnM titfi.i in ni rt-tn
GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE
KVaJtiTHmu i ok uot'eaKKRrixa on
EASY PAYMENT Plv?.N
$100 Worth $10 Down $2.03 Waak!
150 " 15 " 2.25 u
200 " 20 14 2.51) "
300 14 30 " 3.50 M
400 u 40 M 5.00 44
500 50 " 6.0i 44
Oar Terrai Apply Within 500 Mllea
120 W. 23d St. near 6(h Ave.
Sought Death by Gaa.
I A week saro she atto:nitel suicide by
lastlWg gaa. Alesaaiiilro Hai iatl, an ur
tlst who lived In the house, discovered i
her then. It wue he who sutntn :ied
Pi llceman Mallody this inorulna for the
eiond time. He had smelted gaa In
hls room and gone downstairs to ln
vestlgate. ' Mallody's artificial respiration waa so
'successful last that the girl was
ln pretty good condition when taken to
V it Hoepltal. The following d iy ahe
1 " is arraigned before Magteirate Her--..
.m In the Yorkvllle P illee .'urt, and
Ih dlsoharged ber on her iruuiuie n u la
irpeat Uae attatnpt.
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5Hs F rtHlfi
CHINA MAKES CABINET
k OUT OF GRAND COUNCIL!
It h Supposed to Be Kesponsible to
, National Assembly, but How
Is Not h'xplained.
- PEKTVO, ftna, May I. -The long
iniuini villi i iKituia ion iinin.l
uncll and aubstltnlltig a constltutlon-
el oaMnet ef ten luniuliera waa lesued
I The cabinet la male up of the present
Ilrand t'ounclllors, With the addition
f lilatig Tun yen, formerly president '
t the forelun board, and now t re veil
ting in the United Stutre.
I Prince tlhlna be anet Premier and
4iesjn Jiitilsler, and Xa-Tung and
Sifu Uitit-Obaiag ure niuiiu vl as Prime
giinitiTs. Uhing run Yen la iuune.1
Far sign Minister, nilisi elsi the
liteaidentB of lite VaUTleitS boaa-Ua be. on,,.
i.s ministers respectively of l half d-,
I The change Is In line with the ds--n.
i ids of the .Null . mil Assembly for a
winatttutlenall cabinet iesioiisibia tu
Tthat Body mstsad ol to tha throoa, but
J.i what respect the new tnlnlairy Is
naJs f-esbonalbls to the Sgieiitily had
lent bean promuigate4.
;Can You Solve This Mystery?
Are you gouj
(t aclviiig- in
terirs? Try this:
A nun mft
girl on a car I lir
or upstt. Ht
savr.l her. lie was
i.vitrj tu sr-rnj
the nlfbt at bar
At n idnilit h;
was awakriii.t bv
He rushed to his
door, only to find
it locked from the outside.
I A moment later his hiwtess appeared
and in panic-stricken tones ordered him
I to leave the bouse at once w ithout wait-
inn for dayliKlit.
a At lie weni he heard a weird Voice
I in . belonged to no member ol the
Tiiat was Just th first of many qti;rr
.adventures that beMt tlie hero uf "Th
.Profestor's Mystery," which will legln
In lc-morrow'f (Wednesitav ) Evening .
World. It It i story that simply can't
be laid down unfinished. Head It. I
at Peter Doelger's Magnificent
New Bottling Department
"Fifty years experience and
study has taught me that
Hygienic Bottled Beer for
the Home is
With the scraping of trowels and the clanking of hammers barely stilled, the most
scientifically equipped and sanitarily perfect bottling plant in the world stands ready
for the push of the electric button which will set its wonderful machinery in motion.
On May 9th, the New Bottling Department of the Peter Doelger First Prize
Brewery will begin to bottle its peerless product expressly for the home.
For more than half a century,
Peter Dodger First Prise Beer has
held undisputed supremacy over all
Other brews. Since 1859 this health
ful liquid food has been drawn direct
from the barrel to delight the palate
of the connoisseur.
Today, thanks to the unceasing efforts of our experts,
aided by the remarkable advance of science, Peter Doelger
Pint Prise Beer will for the first time be sold to you in
bottles; a worthy tribute to the brewers and bottlers
Beer a Hygienic
Bottled Under Perfect
It Is Veritable
Peter Doelger First Prize
not see the light of day
from the time it leaves
the aging vats until it is
poured from the Amber
colored bottle into the
glass at your table. It is veritable bottled energy, as free
from germ life and impurities as the svibterranean spring.
From its very fysr st;u;r of bottling to the last, the
use of sterile mechanical devices makes human contact
impossible, not a hand touches the contents at any time.
Pasteurization is one of the leading features of this san
itary bottling achievement.
When the pure beer has
been poured into a thor
oughly sterile bottle, au
tomatically capped and
sealed, the filled bottle is
subjected to perfect Pas
teurization, which will kill any and all germ life that
may otherwise defy even the greatest precautions.
The Serax Crown Corks, the only sanitary bottle
stoppers, the highest priced corks to be had, are used
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its popular forerunner on
draught, be recommended by
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tie of wine. It is a natural food product, every
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The ingredients of this beer are the same as those
that go into the making of bread and the proteid com
ponents identical with those contained in the richest
Malt forms the base or all
beers. Beer made from Barley-Malt
is a powerful liquid
food, Barley-Malt being the
most effective tonic and tis
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It is the unusually large percentage of Barley-Malt
in our beer that helps to impart its inimitable, soft,
smooth and exhilarating taste.
We are very particular to use the best Saazer Hops
that money can ,buy, every ounce must be rich, clean,
mature and properly dried before it can be used by us.
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The Only One of Their Kind in the World
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Identify the name of Peter Doelger with the purest
$ 1 .25 the ceae of 24 bottle. One cent a bottle
more then the ordinary Beer. A little higher
1 1 eel l i;.v
price a fiwc a eat ntgner in quauty.
foa sent V
PWii i lariOM Sj
Order a Case Today from
Your Regular Dealer
If he dors not cerrjr It, lei us knew and we will have it delivered
by a nearby dealrr wlio is up lo tha times end
I worthy of your valued patronage.
FIRST PRIZE BREWERY
Bottling Dept., 407-433 East 55th St., New York
Telephone 2270 Plaxa