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THE EVEMMi WUKJL.D, TUESDAY, WAX Z3, 1911.
farm tha t ti wore the only tienslWU-
Us '.! risnslflerln
Mayor's Latter to Waldo.
Out of rnurteey to hi retiring Pollr
fommlnlonw Mnyor Iv r Insisted
that Mr. ('ropy Via. I resigned of 111
oun volition Immediately nfter mk
Inff thin announirment the Mayor ffuvo
out OBPISB Of the following letter. n!ih,
he said ha hail just lnwarded hy
pcil mturnpr to Commissioner
Waldo at r.Mic Hsedejaartsri
Hetr Mr. Waldo.
Your flna servlr an head of th
Fir Department IBdBeeS in to ap
point yon to the headship of tho
Pollc Department, lor ear
fort I berame Mayor It era gen
erally understood Dial nii"i nrm, nt
and promotions In the I'olire ami
Fire Department had rn. rlM
some Interruption, hy outside fav
orttlsm, and vn for money eon
eldrien. and this n ndsrst " din g
aa largely , nrr'-t T" 4o iimsy
!th all poanblllty of thll I mad
It a matter of Bottftjf that all ap
pointment! and promotl .n eim-aii bl
rosd In numerlral order from the
civil aervice lata, tnatead of the
appo nteao i ln( picked out of cer
tified hatehe. by whl h ht i t,ad
been Juggled win, ,n the pa.:
You found thla condition prtValllBi
In the Plr Departmrn', btt have
done a.ay with It eompletelv nv
fo.Ioe.lng ..ut th n-a- p.il ,. torre
hy convincing the men that .-rrlt
and faithfulness nlona ho.i! I rmnl.
and re.toring- their emulation BBd
MfldMK in honeat treatment.
You will do the aamc In th- case .,'
the Police Department You have
forty-elfht wmi Illegal appoint
menta to lmme.1ls:e v ,lcil ith In
t ie Pnllre Department. have di
r' tad the Chairman of tiia Oil 1
.-arvi.-e Board to alt don Srltl you
abo-it the matter I ant yo,i t
baniah from Iha Police Department,
aa you havi. from ;he Kir Denarl-
avan t'.e ai'pr- ir.i' r . ,,f aD.
promotion going by
No Finer Men in the World.
There la no flnar or m-ir faithful
body of men. In the main. In the
aorld, and my great leh t,, treat
ihm with snevoleare and Juttl a.
Theie ate a large numvr ,i va ....
to ia Riled hy Bromotlon Th
oeiay in thil r.-spect ha l.aan
galnt my judgment and wishes.
I.at that be cne of Iha flret thing
to he attandad to. ami I would Ilka
to h praaert and partlelpalS whan
the promotion nre ennfarrad Whan
the civil aerv.-e examinations for the
va.an.-le amnnir t. . . aptalna ware
bain held I warned tha aandldatai
that no outalda Infl lan a of m 'nay,
polltlca or anyt ilng rlae WOttl 1 rr nre
thalr promotion, and that they eotild
ha taken In numarlmi order rrotn
tha Hat. I regret that the carrying
out of tha Mnyor a aord haa been
o king dc'iyrd Vary truly youra,
W. J. ( ITJVOIt, Mavor.
Thar haan't bean an much open loy
and ood cheer In tha pollca Depart
"tent for many yaara aa that which
radiated from Hradijuartrra to the ra
motaat precinct of the city when th
ram out tht James ft. 'ropaay
waa folnt out and ninnelat.der Waldu
waa coming In. Mr. Cropaey retires
with the distinction of being the most
unpopular Police OoinmlaaeMer ihat haa
served tlnce the ;reant systom of
sdmlnlstarlna poller affair tvns ndoptad,
and ba waa not In offli very long,
either. The men at Headquarters made
no attempt to conceal their elation.
They ahonk hands with each other,
patted each other on the ha ks and
jubilated generally. Aa rapidly ai
poaalble the telephone nprraiora lent
Ui newi to the various precincts
It la sntlrlpated th.t there will oon 1
b an aching void In the Kirat l'epuly
rommlloner' office, which Is now
occupied by Clement J. PTISOOll. It is
reported that Tommlsslone- Waldo a"
cepted th Police Commission! hlp
with the understanding thai he la lo
name hi own depot Ie.
bropsey's Fstsl "23."
Mr. Cropsey left lleadipiartern this
afternoon after formally turning nr
the property of the Pollca Department
In hi poeslon to Commissioner
Waldo. Observers at lleadguui lei a
noted a peculiar coincidence In the or
der ot Mr. Cropaey a going
Th numbr of hi autonior.il I
tl.TS Thla I My tt The total of
the flg-uree In the Horn.? number of
Mr. Cropy automobile 1 2.1
For th preaont Acting Chief John
Kenton ot the Tire Department will act
as CommWatoner. BpeeetllMI of t is
chsnf of th Commiaalor.cr, Chief
"The appointment of Commllnner
Waldo as police CommHsioner Is the
best appolnni eni that i-ou:d u:'.ii
I am aure he will he as auceeaaflll with
th Police Depart Rtent as he has been
with the Plre Deportment When I
eay that w are sorry to have him a
1 am sure I pak for tau l.&oo uni
formed mn of the department."
"Ginger" O'Brien Dismissed.
The last official act ot HnB mission ST
Cropeay waa the dastn.rsal from tne
Pho Ipirtmetit of former bltpet lor
Jrshn J ') llru-t, lieiter known n; t .: .
rkrclea a "Olnger" O Hnen, and In
earned as much comment at Head guar
tera aa tne apponvtment of a new O m
snlastonsar. Th OBriim eaas has been
th aubjoot of much dismission,
O'Brien waa Inspector in eommand n
Coney Irland last summer . i
Mayor Oay.nor waa Ifsaa pact tat ed !;
bullt wound Inflicted by the w .uld- ;
b aaaaaaln ftallsslhsr John Pui ty
Miirhei. the Adtlns-Mayor, nt m,e
tlgator to Coney lat ind. These men '
reported that condition on tlie Island
war deplorable Their deerrlpt ion of
open vice and licentiousness were sen
sational In the etttreflso.
A a result of th Investigation
OBrln waa demoted to lh oftle nf
captain and placed In charge of tin
Macdouajal street Station. Tie n
charfe were prefetied adjalnst him l lid
he waa placed on trial on tepl I befa
Third Deputy Commission, i 'itlah
When the trial started O'Brien was
The trial lasted Iwenty-elght days j
Commlaaloner Walah reserved dec'.. Ion
D'Brlan, undar f pension, reported a1
Headquarter every mornlnr, but hi
'-se wae apparently burled '
Magistrate Corrlgan menVond the
0 Prlen matter In hi charge that
Mayor Oaynor ws rponll,)e 1 i
demoralisation of the poll" forci
was charged by Mugitrute C ;
'hit th administration did i d die
dismiss O'Brien because of fe ' t
scandalous dlectosuree he in! :1 i tks
Th March lirand Jury, lh'
th Corrlgan vie and crime eh
went Into the O'Brien matter l. i md
not mention It In ihe preaentm t
handed lo Judge O'Sulllvaii. The fan.
eral uppottlon w that the dlapo
"Ion of O'Brien would be loft lo L'um
.nloiir Cropaey successor.
URNS TABLES ON
shows That He Never Signed
False Testimony Given in
Supplementary Pn iceedings.
Till. GRILLING IS ENDED.
Plass Goes Back mi the Stand
and Contradicts Statements
of ilk1 Lawyer.
The attempt on th" part of Asalf ant
District. Attoriirv Huhrer to di rcdr
I's. le; ii Hrilly, th imyer who is aa
ciiead of lavmg unlawfully received 'lie
l Kin worth of sto.-k sioien from Aa'on
Bancroft in the rnrrldora of th
rVodtlCa Kxchange. tratifnrmrd Itself
Into full 2ed hoometang wl.n Au-a
ham l.i vy g it a 1 hance to day l la gln
th.- r.-.ii.e. t tMminattaaj of in cMant
II- knot had taken up most nf w.,ter
4y af'.orn.i.in In quntlomng ( ttei.'y
al. hi. ., leatim.iny at an examln nlin
In aiipp!amentry pro ee lings over a
Indent in Obtain ifjtlMt him by a
modl:, In what purported to he n
trans tipt of the teatlmony sjhen hy
O'ltell y In nner to :.,e iiaeamma ,iut
Id - I i.v the modlataa laay.-i-. Ja mi
uttetr, O'RdUy mad to aay thai
lila memory waa 'bad" and that aa
anon aa ha got hold ,.f n little money
he apant .t m the "tanlM light" diaxriet.
In the present cafe ba t.aiihed that hi
life was iiprlgn; nnj nia meniu.j gooj.
The Tablea Turned.
The vary flrat thine Abe- Levy did
when he .t hi cittnea was to produce
the taatlmODy ami to show to the Court
and the Jury that U'ltellly'a IgMtdrl
in t ie suppremantary proeaadlrsfi vaa
not o testimony, hut to a for.inl ad
J0111n1n1.it i.f hi examination.
Juatlca av derided that the sig
nature had reference only to the Hd
lournment. and nothing Whatever to do
.:h tun aliasod taatlmoity.
When tha tilal an resumed to-. lay
the prosecutor turned hi attention to 1
tin- taxi rtdt dttrlni wlrch Pias turned
oer ine eio.en securlile to
.aw j er
. IMd Mr. Sullivan aak you where
you were going ? A. No, r.
ij Plaai 1'i.ened up the neg-tlaUons (
the rah. did he? A. Yea, air.
W. J'las said ' Are mi ready to do
hi.alne .l.Mve you got the money" or !
ouielnlng of that pari didn't he? A
Acting Agalnat Plaaa
Q. And you were aoting wit.i Mr. fiul- 1
lhan agalnat Plaaa? A. Yes, lr.
j. And Hulllvan tmik the aevurttie a
PlMt handed ihem out .' Yea air.
g. You didn't touch them' A No. air.
14. Why didn't you? A. 1 dldn t know
what securities were stolen. It wouldn't
have dime any good.
Q. You weren t afraid to touch them''
A. No, dr.
y If you were acting with Hulllvan
ou k"w " " r'snt for you
touch t.'iein? A. Yes, sir.
Q. And If you w-ere acting with Plasa
It made no differ en 0 If you touched
Ihem or nut A. 1 knew that.
Q. Then why did you ten Inipector
Ru.eil that you never laid a Itnger on
them'.' A That wn the fact.
The nutter of the mls1ng Smelter
stn-k was again font Ipio. Plas had
tlenled that the n.lslng tock faj in
the envelop taken from Aaron llan
croft, and uggeet, Ihat Uenrge Ban
croft was a degenei.it and probably
knew the whereabouts of the smeltor
y. Why did you welcome th aig
getlon that Oeorge Bancroft waa a do
general, A. 1 did not arelcoms !' I
didn't know It to he so. 1 did aay to
Sullivan, though, to follow up Ihe sug
gestion, but nothing came of it
Q, Wry didn't you question Plas about
the mla-lug Smeltens If you were acting
with hulllvan 7 A, 1 did question him
Both Mr Sullivan nnl 1 questioned hlin
I told Plass to look again
Sullivan Not Excited.
IJ Wasn't lUlllVan very much e ite.l
oer the missing SlOflkT A. No lr. he
W Didn't nu ssy to BvlUvaa that vu
had known Pla a long lime, and that
.:.l get him SJA) 'line, aa you hao
i is telephone number" A 1 aald he had
given nie Id tStSfehone nunsber, and
1 1 1 1 1 1 v ould call blni up.
ij knew Plas was a crook? A.
1 dldn'l kMW anything about him.
(J Iddn't you know that day that
'," i .s gulity .. iving Stolon
goods" V. 1 didn't think so.
"Let us see," said Rutkner. and he
read from n Kel ly's sialeaient that tl e
i ".pie he na "In touch with" were
; r'v badly frightened
O penly again denhsd 'hat he expected
to et anything more than the H fe
he i, islvsd from Bulltvsn.
Q V"ii laled enerday that the
tH.fUSi was to go eventually to Ihe men
who held the bonds, didn't you? A
Q. And they were to get the money
through PI? A. Yes. sir.
Q And east til you didn't think Plas
waa con. -nit ling a crime' A. t did not
Q. Isn't It fact that your activity,
sfter bring sent for by Inspector Ru
11, was that you were analnu ni
yr.ur account? A No, it was to help
Q, ITOU sent for Plaaa, he came to
youi ouss ihret llmss. why did you
Bu t at? A To help the pnltc.
g. Wnv. If you wer working with
t ie police, didn't you give Annan mg
Plass i. telephone number? A. It nun t
Plas ' telephone number. It was a
number through w::. h h could be
1 re.,. .. A
It After ll'Relllv left Ihe .tanit f.,r.,-.r
Poiir Cap isle Jo n ii. MsCuUafn te
lifted i" . a ii ad lawyer's goad .:
arter. P Back on Stand.
I'.a' wi 1 1 i'..ce on the stand to ., v
that be had not gone alone to O'Reilly's
office on tne morning of Mar. h If., tut
nual i-etle with Vales. 1 1 " denied saying
to r.'Itclliy when they stepped mil of
the taxi.ab mat If eii..er he or Siilll-
van hud made a falae n0V thsy aousl
Public Library Which Is Open To-Day;
Some of Those Who Figured in Ceremonies
fit tj VAGNER STARTS
Kulllvnn also took the stand. Me de- I I I hit ' V J V E9 1
filc;lM ff LEAD ON DODGERS
;mor,ow-- w . Jar .
it nif inn a nw nnri o
iiLKi udiahu 1 uruw r
frnnl hi e-. ...
Kirat Tage i
Oe.irge I, Rlvea. and fVna'.ly Preldent j
Tft with nlnaty ittrss jrsar old John i
Itlgeloia t: pre..;,1eni of the library, I
leaning on Ma nrm
Cheers for President.
In l.hl order they matched to the
ra:d dale frn-n which th addroeees j
were made The appearance of l'reel- !
dent Taft and John It'.geloa served a
InOplrStlotl for a prolonged OtMar that I
thundered through the hunting nd or
rlSjd nut Into the mael thiMiig on I
utn,,,,, ..r.-ei openen toe ceremontea
a piaver nnd Arehhlehop Kar'ev .
pmnoiin-ed the benediction Then I're. '
John Ulgnlow of the l.lhra
arose slowly and made an address that
was gi acted with cheer PrsSldsnl
Taft. 00V Dlx and Mayor tinynm
poke blofly. The longeat address eras
made by Ueorge I.. RlvaS. who reln:et
the history f the irowth and develop-
ment of the vast public library System
that la Just OOmplatSdi ntid BntVlly
Thomas Hntlng of the nrm of c'airet
K HnatltiKa, the architect of the mag
nl II r-pn t pil, delivered n golden key to
Park Commissioner BttSvor, by which
tlie gift of t lie library Sas turned ove.
to thl five million dweller of the
President Taft's Speech.
President Taft aa.d in part.
"M fellow citizens. This day crowns
a work of national importance The
dedication of thl beautiful structure
for the epread of knowledge among the
people marks not only the consumma
tion of a noteworthy plan for bringing
within the crui of the humblest and
Poorodl cltlsen toe opportunity for u.
quinni information on every subject of
every kind, but It furnishes a nyidel
Hint example for other eltlee which have
been struggling with the ame problem,
and point for them the true way.
'The completion of this building gives
outward nod suhsiuntlal evidence of
PSffOCtlon of the project. When th
tory Is told of how this great organli
Itlnti was afTe ted ll la luirdlv credible.
"a library which affords constant ref
erence and lead ng room families to
i.Ton people and wttloh otrculataa
through sixty hrin-hes Its hooka, ut
the rnte of 1,060, (M6 a year, accomplishes
10 much more In the popu.ar dirf mlna
ItOn of knowiedsa than any other 111
brary In the wi ld, that the men who
OOnoslVSd the piau and Sho had the
energy, tact, fallen e and kn0WlOdTS
with which to exe ute It, are th.so
w-hom i would oongratulate to-day."
Rives Olvee Its History.
Tho address of Trust. Hives con
talnsd an slaborats history of the growth
of the public libraries in Now York an !
Ihe gradual development of the hug
enterprise which reultd In the crea
tion of a moa lament to education that
Will tako Its place beside the Hrltleh
Museum ami the Library of Prance. He
told of the great gifts of James ljennx
and BsmuSl J. Tllden, nf the consolida
tion of tlie Aator, l,ei ox nn I Tllden
r lundntlonSi of the gift by the city of
Die unUSSd reservoir forming tne weal -crn
part of II ry a nt Park, and of the las
step w nl. ii brought tho city of New
York behind the hulldlnrf of the super ,
mari.le structure. Which has shelves for
RtOrs ihnn 4,W,uni bOSkS and the great
est i Ir.ulatliur library schem In tna
Ilnvinr related In great detail Ihe
history of Ilia tedious development of
lbs gigantic library scheme Mr. Hives
Hiulng th period which has elapsed
tlnce the Aator and l.enox lllnarles
united with th Tllden Trust Iha con
solidated library haa by no means stood
still. At the beginning of tlie present
jeut the 0ta'. number of volumes In "i
Aator and l.enox llbrarlua available for
ute amounted '." over SOU.ooo and the
pump lie's to over 300,ors"', so that ihe
number uf pieces in the collgcilgn bus
i ndaHy tripled In slX'eeti years.
The Quality Kept Up.
"It baa ulto PS0B made mor aall
ahle for goiterai uae uy oata.oautng
and tne oatalogus iww oontsua nearly
3, nun, linn i ards
Not M iy haa the mini-
I ir of hook luc.li addral t,, and their
j duality wll kept lip, In; the perlodi
I OOls In irhleh all Uia lati Invention;.
I and dlaeovrrlea of art and SClOOOS are
, recorded are kept fur u,- In ever In-
rreialiiK number. The library now
j racsivee over f.too eurrani pertodloala
II ha alsi recently utideriaken tie
OOllOOtlon of vniiravlnga and etc'ilna.
on the lines of the print rullectlon of
I the British Mas. ini.
J''Vr',or,,'', ",r:,k!nt, :
with ot t!ie lOi-poritl.in ha 1., en
- ,'n the
In the direct. on f oonular use Ml the
means ot ,ts great svaeni of clr-uiatlnc
It M.a Hiwnya the pi;rpoe of
l.i hra ry available for
a- !i,,i.i r. . u.d ... ,,uv. .. in ..
larei and m ire lllu-rnl irn, nn In-
ItltUtlon f"i- tie use of all the people,
of all ages and all tut onnlltles. That
purpose they were enabled In some
measure to carry out by taking over
the work of the New York I'ree Cr-
culatlns Library and oiiier Institutions
Whloh carried on similar enterpr'es.
hut It was not until one of our own
trustees, Mr. Anirew Carnegie, mad
, Ids great sift lo me city, which Induce!
the city authorlile In thflf turn to
embark upon a most far reaching and
! generous policy, "that we were able to
establish tho great ystem of branch
j libraries which now exlat undr th-'
control of our corporation In what was
the old city of New York nnd ;n Stater
Gov. Olx'a Speech
In hi but: spsSOh UBV. i-hx 'said it.
"I have peculiar pic a ire In lolnlm;
you In the dedication of this noble
i building, not only fW what p. Is In It
self and for what It Is to do, hut be-
i cause I have so recently seen our pica;
state library go up In llame and amnke.
And I luapaot that the onVera of the
state Bduoatlon Department win aay
I that II Is W'll that 1 sho, il l come here
In ordOl that 1 may have a freh den.
onatratlon of the vastneas of a pub!.
library and .i lively enec of the monsj
that la needed to lay even the founda
tions of a new one which may be meas
urably worthy of the State of New
"This msgnlflcent public library will
he called upon to meet the needs of
keener and more complex activities than
are manifest In any other city In the
world. T have every confidence that
It will fulfil lie high ro!-. on in a Wy
WOTthy of the great men whose for
tunes laid the foundui Ions, anil which
will merit the further aid of olher men
. itii liberal fortunes, aa well aa the
Rood will and eupport of all the people
of the great city which possesses such
a priceless treasure "
In tccaptlng t ie building for the tr is
le.s of tlie New Y 'rk Ptebtlc Library
the kgad John BtgelOW said that they
accepted it as a work of art "mi would
...u.. it. rajtik anth aii' other atruct ire
I , tne world eonsc raited to education,
He .-al.l fien. spanking of i,.e .low:..;
merrl of archltaoturs in leans from the
aii.n.laid act by the Cathedral if Notre
"Need w-e d.-epalr that before th
lapiO of another $$0 years, nay even
before Albany and Troy bsSOSSS like
the Itronx and llrooklyn only bor
o igha uf QrSAtSr New York, til
Tsmpls of lilnarva. in whloh we aro
BSSdnVblSd to-day may do a uiucn
for the co.iunerc.nl metropoll of
I America as HotTS Hame has assietel
I In R"cntnpllhing for the tnetroioe
; of France."
Cloltig 0V1 t some of th same gftrtlAd
covered n Mr. RIVOS'S nddres Mr
Ttlgelow he-inched out hito a dl-iisiou
of the value of Action Imsgtnatlve llt
sratUrS 'n a gre.it pohll llhrary.
AT HIS WORK BY ARSENIC.
rtnvbl IVMSOffi a pnper danger of No.
I ?4 Ludlow -tnet, la in a SSHoug condl-
' tion at j Hood Wright Hospital from
Sasmorrhags rauaed by arseiii.ni poion-
' ing. IsMSOft went to-da . t.. ti e aptVt'1
ment Loose at No. 8t. NIOhOlM ave
ti'ie to pap.r Some room-. Before put
ting on the new piper :iie walls had
$0 bo SSI aped.
While puis, dug the groundWOSl part
ct' ' art 'he man wag BaTsotod hy the
ntsenlc USSd in RMMUfSCtlirlng wail pa
ter nnd fell to the floor wit i a leVeri
' . uorrhage. De Tobln tried 1 1 ,op t ie.
II w of blood with eat s i era, and Dr.
Bm tit was oiled from j. Hood W'rlghl
lo- smith took Laen(f to P.ts hOSBil i
a hc.t t.. ..: i. are to ing tJ tav hts
' ary, i.
i oulson. rf.
t'mpire Prer.n.-.n and O'Day.
flpeeUI I Th Keeina World.)
vVAdHINOTON PARK, BROOKLYN
May 2S After havlnx loat three ram M
out of four to lohnsiv IteOeaw' ntan..
the Tittehurg team OSItM Over to th
h"rK td-dsy and bSflan a 'cca of thr'e
games witii P.:' iMhien a Trcllej l)odk'-
r. . ,k. ,. the first .nn-iranee of
the PlratSS bare thla year l.oiai fan were
on hand. He- Hcantan warmed
well In his preliminary stunt (bat Man
ager liahicn sent him to do th twirling,
with Otto Miller on th" receiving end
Cnmnlti was the l1rate' tWlrler, with
(llhson heiiind the hat.
Manager Clark" was unnWe to p'ay on
account of a'i Injury to hi' lag, and Ca
rey look his pli-e In left field.
Special (or Tuesday, th? 23rd
ii 1.1(111 ( RJMM KIBBM,
I'm mi mi .
SMOOTH Jiiiin vn miimiv
I'm Ml in v
EC y-aax-e. But careful aU silk IftylW
WM s4T UlOVv gloves rc no "Kayser's." Wlf
o) There'3 A Way to Tell the Genuine
"Look in the hem" for the nam: "KAYSER" it i -3 there far V9UT
r protection. "KAYSER" gloves have been the stsudard for over llyTy
a quartet of a century eo$t no more" than the "ordinary I'Mi
vKS kind," end don't weir out a', ihs finder ends. tMil
VvgwlV Ettiy Pa'r contains a guarantee ticket uou take no r.s.V. Jff
W Short Silk Glovos-50c, 75c, $1.00 Mffa
,Nk Long Silk Gloves-7Sc., $1.00, 91.25, $1.50 y J)
n!V JUUUS KAYSEK i CO.. Makers MS
adjtfLV SBL BbWbV WB, Afr ! STEWART SLIP CjVtH CO.,
jmr sTT n I. Tin wM Ei "nr 11111 iu
rrk Hon anil I ,.rt laji.ll alrvrl ,ni.m SBeBvees rirnln until II ', In, u.
All our slurs ui.rn uli.rSa rvvnlug until I I o'sltuk,
HKiH QRAPB HON HONS AND
CHOCOLATl I Bj purcbaslni
purest InfrrHioBts in Immense quan-
lilies anil than sellltU at "A 1'i'lliiv n
Pound ProBl." Loft's ambition to
etandardiss this popular favaeite Ii
realised. Come eipeotlug 00c
ortb aud you wen t 9 nf
clUaii'ioint.-d. Pound Box tivK
RESULTS AT LOUISVILLE.
I . itsT ftAt'K iMrae. f' r maiden tao-vear-old.
four an 1 one-hnlf f n-hmg
KaJser, ll.'i IGHdMli fir:, t'aaey Jones,
li: lltteei, ae dnl. MltWO Jltnm'.e, UI
c M ey). third Tim... n V. t-:. 1 k lene,
It' OtltPHMOi Kl:i Ktrli K. I N .. np.
Tcrrlbea Dm, JTohnni pi t. Oay Bird,
Myoafasa and Nnrti n;r pan and nni.u i
na HUM I.
12 Mutuc Paid -Kl m r, llnldhti $t.v.
place. :t.vt; show, 1.1. 3. 'asey .Ion,-.".
Jda. e, $m.o; :iuv, ft.Hn. Mlncn .Ilmm; .
a. ion. Iln.lii
tBCOND ItAi'F. - 'ei ing, for three,
your. old, one mile and aeventy yard-.--
Ora ie, M (Olaaaii flrat i Louis katt. i s
r KnemaD. aacond; Mo kier. IM tRiooii
third. Time, 1.47. Melton s Ban
Prior, Hold oak, DtacoaMMti DoteOOOl 1
and lei Morgau also ran.
f.' Mutuel paid "raela. stialgh'. 1.12 n.
plH. e, III ho. show-, . LaOttil Kant, pla
1 70. allow , 4 M Kooklar, alio, jh 10.
ELECTRIC PARK RESULTS.
FIRST RACK I'lllle and mares.
...... -yerr-old and up. aelllnc. four and
m ha f.i.-i.ma- --oai .nd. IU (Orand),
4 'o I. 7 to .". and 7 to 10, won. Kxeei-
;e-ice. M iRataph J to 1. even and 1 to 2, !
aectid. Aldlne M, lOT, i Peak), 7 to i.
fi to 5 and out, third Time. O.fat 3-4.
Ml.. , i-Toole Oald !... u ,.A I 'l.l 1 1 ,. ;
I'he.-k and flelle '
ran and nniati.'it aa tiiiiiii'ii.
BCOND li.VCB- I'our-year- .Is and
up. sat HIIS I one mile and a quarter. -Fond
Heart. 114 (Feiki, J to 1. 7 to '.0
rmi aroB: Hodae itoe. in Idrandl.
even unC out. PCOndi Mi OfBckJUa, lit I
I Men try l, I to 5, 1 to I
Time 2 o. Hear of the
nd nut. third.
VI ..intHin and
D'Arkle o ran.
TIIIIll KA' 'K-T:ite..-ve r-ol la and
upward; Mlllttgtj four and havlf far
limn iflndi Pan ia Id, : l-i lOrand),
evn, i) to : and int. flrat; Dlatrlct
All in ay, UK York c, In 1.
1 t .', ee.-nd; Itnelnrtte,
''. t " and
II ( . l nil i,
4" t 1, 12 10 1 and to 1. Ird. . Ime
i l.eon D. taSntrhrnl Fyes, Tom haw
I and IuVOHIBM tito ran and finished a
i name I.
r'P.ST RACI BMC added; three-year-
Oldi md up; six fOldontl Klnc Ja t e,
i; s. i:il. nit i. .jn tralgh. lint; .1. It.
Houghton. Iin iRrynei. se'ond.
1,1114, only two starter...
BRCOXD P..YfK. ISO added; ma
. iw.. car-olds, four and a half f ir
1 .Be -Co try Seed. II. . ltryiei, $1.4
r. g ;t. $1.00 pUfe and $:.r.o show.
Or:. Knights t'ifrr. us (Pleksnsi,
$ .'' lace, tl show, a, end. Senex. 11$
iDtgglha), IC.IO show, third. Time,
n..:.. Wlldw.-ed Plrgt Aid, Pali. mn.
OoldAm, Hcvr. Hipper, Actor, I.ooth
1 I ady nnd Sheriff Nolte also ran and
finished as named.
THIRD BACE-dtOSO n.i.led; three-
ear-olds and upward, f .aled in Can
ada: one mile and an eighth St. BSUM,
127 (Imgam. ?2.40 Hra t. l.'.r.i pla e.
won; Hancock. IS1 (Musgrava), IMO
pla e, se-ond; Powderman, lift fgUlll
lingi. tilrd. Time, MtaVS, Inndtlilni
F V.'RTH RACK Kar hunlorai ml'.e
and a quar;er on tile Pat. VW added.
Ilawkwlnc, M3 'Mr. Holland) $r30
sirakrht, $3. place, r: .'' show, first;
Bilberry, M$ iMr. Prnetiri. BiCVi p.a .
j:.:i s'mw. vecond ; Water Bridge, IM
Mr. It. Iv!ei. 12 M show, third. Time,
1,17 tad. VOOlVlno. Wool'onso and lie.,
mar finished as named.
i Trade Mark, i
opecla! (or Wednesday, the 24th
I 1(1 M II I I I I I II Ml I
' iii in i i r.itM.
I'lll Ml IIII.V
l.l 11 1 11 VII II
I'll! Ml III iv
5 BARCLAY Stt
PARK ROlV L NASSAU
tS 206" BHOADWAY
A7 NASSAU ST.
pLClfltwl walght in tsveh ir.ttano ui
oiudM tt.p oontainar.
Pilt-r nt' t I'ur-f. matden: ihret-ttsr-etdji
a allr. Walts, lot. Mi Mlllslate. lot.
Itni.- 10 Kflldto., 11: 1 Ilurke, ioti
Port ,. lull St- It's, llll, V renin.
IIS 11 win ui taaena Onua. 1 . nam
arai, 11a. 1, I I .n lit,
nkxu.Mi met -.lilies, lan-rvat-nktsi nt
furloaaa 'It. . u llai fai pstwa ol
laies t's.. Iiei. Ilsniant. Iini It. t'l.ns I'M
lil'rent.. In.. I r.iti, liat. MiiK.iafi tin',
100: Yjnsie toi. Mar... Waltei aentt tea.
rililtli It At 'It ftetllaij rll fnrlnagi l'r. j,
I". Pis "tl'k liia. Kvr White tna -Hal nine
I :' Itim a, lie. Kit.. I ., v ytmandn
I'". 1 nil'", til. IM Bo, Ml, I'arhaa, lea.
Al M,i ii. r . 1 1st ; Inrlstneat, 11.1
I'm It m It M I. Ilaadkaii aa sad nae-eli
'eeillli I'll . W II. W...I II.,, I, , n.a-e I 'S.
' '. IIW K'msk na
i ni I: fur. a. fire nirloor TarnNe
Par. M l II. jm i.iatit, In., John It ini -
lev II Am, mil: hftajni Hope, Htl, Molner
Ki iv In . A-a-e. Ilia 1,am. 103; Isk.. 'la
i I' I; I . k ii, i' ntakair, no
-IXTli lti I. teilina. "ii an I "ic dsl.vntli
m i. i ai "i i i"i . i sui
rHu, lea ii jja; la-.
I"t. atetiass, IfJTj T,ai His
nii-ei.-r. ie,;. i
' nil sll-.wsn.e diaim-l. W.ather .'
, PIR-T Kli I Th i Is and im.srd
i nil'. Pnrw I'm aid,-1 ., aii s kail i.n
I l-.ng. '1 1 la. Ill lie- Iobk II.'.. X ,'
I tltr. Ho X rtiiural'irlstrt. Ml, --.. 113;
i X rtil l a'l. Ml.
1" 'Ml lt.X ' I 1 '! , NrVla, ViMnmm
iT.SOn ad lei. fi f ,.t . . Marc .
." , , V'';;.,."1',1
. llk. Oiraian'. IPJ; I ;ainma lOdi' Vad
M"'. ,"',", -, '.'.',V,v Si 1 Yliufll ?','' .',' v
rHIBD It A K rhrr, laapokla sFn,std'
11 "'' It""' I'hw. seilins. Iftoti sd.!.. ,.ne and
V.": " ' '.""' 1 " : ... V v ''l, l"" i.i'.vi.n
...i n tllft 1 ait ..' t.i "i 1,1'
! ui in n if i.-i. t ' i. .., ........I.
Toniat l ui llsn-b ... t.Ynoo added; on ud
' maev , - . tat. Defter as, tort.
I k .la... ll.i. '. in riuherbcrt,
I t". Kirir Itmu, Iti. fire.: ,n. HI,
Benrell, IIS; IV ...i t"7. Tlie marr. Mi .'.
I".', i .,!l i::, ho. H.l.l.it., ent...
P xi K Pan-jsr-oloa ,,,M n,.sM.
4t. ei.lechaas SI .V 1 a.1.1. 1 al..i,i iaa
H -o !t.,ne
ali.l a 'tail BJ ka Aa.nt. IM, H Al, 141, T is
Wrigln. Id' . K Rkiilat, III!
HXTII it A' I' T'ir.e-cr.,.iii and uaant
Wh.th) Pi. .. "iliiu. f.alel In I'anada. .Vi
ad led. IlinVmgl Untie Rob, 111, IHant..-,.
li. I. 'it. aii e. lali ll.ii-ar. llll Moon,
laser. 111. I'la.rriauJ. PS; "i neaasMt, In;,
i' . 11 U V 11... .1.1. an.1
1 "a d Hiiatell Plate; msi.l-i s.'.eo a.11,1. inc
'tails stil arnt) jsrla. -Ilensa. VJV, Vllsmea
- a,,Malaaw UT Tih. r.,,. ,.r VmJS naii
, all, w , - -iiitii-1 ..r f..
.rark f., .
ELECTRIC PARK ENTR'ES.
I IU-T lli'lt- T" imt-ilda; fire furl -at.
Tranllghl 111. laalR.. Ill fVsnmrl. 111.
s rue. 1::', Ni.Ni. n nrrsel Md' in.
k. .. I l!.M V. I'..ir ,sr ..II. ad mi; -ell-
inn, i se.1 aae i.aif tii..na. uv- ". Ma
(Kint ton, Vn; M.-.-r Ml, ll. Judge
tntndoa, 111; lein asaglii. U'l T i Mhi e Ik,
Urn., I's.ade. II . U'l. Merl-r If.
Til I It ' I llM'K T'eri,. ,. up; .'
leg; "ir miv aaltraaa. n. i . . iov.
1. 1 Hart, in. Ma iiv in. fjraola Bead,
i"i. -ar .er, na vant., iot
I'.'t Itril KAI V. T ' .sr.M- ml 'i
lea. fonf an I ol ..air l.irtoiie.. I'r.'t.niae Ion.
l.i.trtrt Attnrner. ll" Welsh Hell, inn- l.i"n Ii
la-.. Helled.!, lit ii.,.1 At. I".. Mi,. ... .(.
111 HUho Blt 1. I.
PIFTU Iin I I u .ear-Ida ami up; art
ing. f-i'lr and an.-hal' fnrln-af,. -Pan Thet. p'.',.
, . .. Pe 111 It ek II ..li. Iia, ,;e is
Hall, lis; Royal Intra, 111 'sa.arlla. 116;
a , -orn l. b'.V
IN'TII Him Ti ., o-el ls and ip ..11
ma. -Is anl Dti-hR ' doagi near Pan. ISO;
as en. I'-a la i A ..... ll. K.l.na. ltd
P -1 i II." . !"'.
"Pi pouada uipeeatlet sllewasss akUsaa'
Weal iei ' Ira- -al ta-t
I. till III YKIlMK'lDk - 1
Kills All House bugs. w
H-IM'I"-. nl. HfllttllaT. I It' MM
l" miii Ufa-, Hit, nriirt Motlti ru-.
Kfii.'f i kdoi Liuiokly PisH'". lui
-'.iiri fr Oorroi. ImmriUaitr lo It
-t 1 n. S .,'1 h l-iT. grry, .ry nnti df
pa rr n : t ... I Or. tnv. '.
L. WtBB, ;,T Mad..,.
ITEtVAB'l l.ll' ( HI Kit
11(1 VV. MIS, "I',' Mar) a,
O I b. ,
Ql KEN tX.
ia. .i v it i
nati.o if no,0eeoa.
Istlcaed husbn.1,1 i,r Mur.
M ,1... .1 ol Ull
swaii. wvvaig i . . . i , ir. -
run eral from hi lets residtace, lu
Ilan. i St.. ..a VV. tv. a:'sv, nl a e'elssgl
ii ,"-.- t.i .si. Altihoases Caurea ivhers s
salsioa high ii i.i jf rsoiili u alii ut
altered for u rrp...- . i ins si.
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
WORK JVIONDAY WON?!
SCALES BROKE OUT
ALL OVER HER BODY
Scalp Affected, Hair Began to Fall.
Hands So Disfigured She Had to
Wear Gloves All the Time, Two
Hospitals Unable to Assure Cure.
First Application of Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Allayed Itching.
Psoriasis Has Disappeared.
"Allow me t" ,iv a ItW word. In prah.
of the Cuttcun i. rnedk) About three ydfafl
aiti. I Was ..i I p whit ar ile on my
l t and .I'""' I oit.ulted doctor
Who treated me (or ringworm I saw no
i ti Hire and moltad ipei laliat arid he
Ositiied I hud p oruil . 1 cot. tlnu.il treat-th-m
under hint lor i"t'it ; . monthi uni'l
1 saw 'inles hretiklng ntif nil ovel my hodv
a'.c tuv taie. .My ..do was affected, and
toy hair iH'itn Id fall, I then rhangsd
i. . to no n'-d I vent in two Imspl-
lall . nd each a I ted to mnl.e a aiudy of
tl i raa and d unnlile to cure It or
a.. lire n:e of a cure. 1 tiled several pat
en; HMdlclnti mid ns finally advised hy
a friend who hn used I'ultrura on her
Children -ice Ihelf birth, to purri'as
tt ta i ' itlrnra Rem Ilea. 1 purchased s ate
of yi.,n, i " Ointment and the ftgaotrait.
Aft t the nnrt ppheatloti, the I'- hln tM
"i II -ill 'i Imj :'.'' Sorip and Oln'mmt
and nov ; 'I i .it none other l graid rlOttl
for my .km. Tha pasriasts tin.. dsappartd
tttid 1 eve' y w ' i ' re ftfl l.etier. Mv tvdi
v.ere .o dl.tigiired er,re u.lng the P'ltl.
cum lt't""dlen flint I had to wear coves
nil the time. New mv body and hand" are
looking nna.H(fUmed i Ml Mam Murneti, ji.i.i
TltSWMat St . Philadelphia. Pa . Bepl .11). 111.
Cuticura Soap and Olnlmei t .old tliroegh
out tha aorld Potter Drtja A- Cham ('".,
sole pron . IMCotdtpbtM Ave., P.. ton
WM IU free, sample i of Put ii -.-a Soap I ed
Ointment, arfth .'l.'-p. hook on .kin I reattn 't't.
i u rn was,
Sale of USED
These instrun cuts liave
Lcc received fiom ren
tals and cxcl-ange ac
coui.ts. All have I ccn
placed in thcrough order
by our experts, a-id are
offete-l at unusually at
Knabo small Grand: like
t v Sp lal -it.... $540
Steinway; tpltHtdid con.ii-
tion Sp cial nt $465
Yose & Sonsi nUuSttgWiyi
iii:alli-i size, Spe. ial at $435
Knabo; Phi'lu. .ui)', .ike new.
Spuin! at $385
Knaba; : i.ilu oany; like new.
Special ai $380
Steinway; PfXei pK-'rfeCt or
der. Specml $360
Wehen mahogany; perfect
order. Spot i;il at $335
Vose; mahogany; like now.
Special at..' $290
Haines Bros.; ni:ihor;nny;
like new. Special at $260
Ivors & Pond; walnut. Spe
cial at, imly $140
Convenient terms of
Payment will te arranged
i Mahogany case; $ QA
full, rich to.-.e) letfU
lie lull allow fir n 'ii. ,n nt priid
In uj''.'y I'i'' puti'i'tae O
Jfnobs Jiiin'r nrti) lime iriiam
tvu w firs nfer pu r BSJgftlg.
Cath or $5 Down and $5 Monthly
All Cany the Knale Guatantee
5th Ave. & 39th St.
BEST WORK at LOWES i PRICES
I. f litres at ilount ui mhi mtnil ttiul Mm ttr
i-Mn the ftntnt itiihulstrry unrk uuU gtllii
rOVfrtT try iin - mil ii wMI unit
.t j iii ti . Kpet In) offtr unr mrk only. Niv
a I R.
r.-IMM K PARI "K BLITM
ii ;i ltrd ii, taisMtrr, ailk aim. .
: i Irani., i' lltsird SSW,
6-PC. SLIP COVERS
to ortlfr. utr-a
111 A 11 Li I D I li 1
tinnfi'l t t U
liru:ik 1 iiiUlng,
A II ' flip, U'l
iu it t t r liow
Itttgr, Uoocil v,
.' ' mi M mile-
1 II. ill t ill I All
West Milt St. HeiiphoUterlnu Co.
103 W. Utn nuttllM i he).,..
The Only Infant Food
All IsrocrfN ami OrutciiUtt
HELP WANTtD FEi'A'-E.
waist HOUSE: MUar
HAVE tjoou r.: ijehu-:nce,
.NONE OTH h' US NEED AH-
l'J- . PRESBYTERIAN
BUILDING, 1 56 BTH AV,
nn' iv .., iii it ii i,,. listed ut rkj
. rlii , nn. ,, ulun &ur.au, Pullla.
'(Una ' 1 I'urli I. : orld'a
i trir. n".Tittssi curau
' '-';"lV'','.i.V,"'l"' llsrlen. Of.
n.oi.i'n li'll r '."' ll',,!,!,,,,.""'
I .. !. a-
J daes f mng ti..