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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1911.
hiladelphi.-i RectOI Bitterly
Scores Approaching Wadding
N UNHOLY UJL1ANCE
New York's "loo" To-Day
Means Sodom, He Declares j
in Startling Denunciation. 1
Wirt.rKf.rm . Aug : -Thi Rar.
Oiorgfi Chalmrri Rlotlmind, rtOtOf
St. John's KdIicobiI Church, in
"""in ypotor l.i.v. Milltlcd "Th! CoMl i
Aitur VTtddlni tad V:i:it the EptlCi pal I
Church Thlnki ABOfft tt," declared
that John .t.iooh Attof Would llnj but
one H)MaMpaI clerj n.in In ,:nr
or Bag land aha would aarforrn all
Mr. Rlcnmo 1 iv.is. firmirly in m-
Mttaat roc ir Trinity I'tturra. sv I
"Tim EpllOOpal Churotl Is OppottJ to I
dlvorcr." laid the rtctor. scorn
unholy alllaao a, both among ihi POOT
of our si u. us nn.l Him rich Mtflaty i
dweiirrs or Niwport, Bar Harbor
other sinners' ? u m me . retreats.
"We abbor this Ast ir alliiuue. It Is
UBnvii .I. it. wisln ..ml iih tad all)
be a doll. m of Q id'l I i i ami of our
holy rallfton. v nem it aatloaal uni
form dlVOrcfl law which will put an
end to this avarrldlag of court doartti
by such as John Jac.ili Astor and the
social sbt with whom 111 III datafl,
OUTRAGE ON COMMON DE
CENCY, HE SAV3.
"So to- lay ' denounce Iron tny pul
pit tills coming Aator wadding, it s an
outrage on COiarUOn dtcency. U arouses
all our moral anger. Too fcfipli lopal
ciiurgi is oppoatd ' u t ill alilanca. it
U contrary to our caaoni and Mr
Astor will he sue:. illy Dttractatd by the
best people the minute he COBtractl the
bargain already made.
'It Is a narrtafl of convenience
Astor wants aaothtt btauty. Tiie poor,
wak Klrl of tlghtian or twenty wants
a rich society fellow, whose uutos,
ytchts "Uid opera linnes will ifford
hsr a chance for social exploita
tion. Our glrlr and women are money
rnd. Lucre rules among 'he avenues
of the smart set.
"New York's I'our Hundred' to-day
means 'Sodom' To rule tne sr.iar' sal
means to inunige gambling lurtie, t,,
run daacoi and to flguro in dlvorct
court pfOCMdlngl every ypar or two.
'Thank clod, money no longer rules
our Churcb, It did onoa, There was a
time when the Kplicopal Church gave
her blessing to Fifth at mill and
Newport marriage apeculatora with a
freo hund. Home of our :ld Mine
bishops loved to toady to this sot.
ONI.V ONE EPISCOPAL Rt"CTOR
WILL tic KNOT.
"Jane AdJams and Ur, Urenfell we
honor, Astor and hi! Sang we d tplga,
Thero Is not Btoro lhaa ona Ifipli ,p.
clergyman ;n A'tierloa i' Itinglaad wiiutn
Juno Jacob Attor cab uy tc pariortn
t.is wadding ctramony. Ha It paraona
null grata lo-daj in eve:;. prisi u' o.n
Church. No chancel it ope:- t blBI. no
choir will ilnic for him, no ,r.i ip standi
ready to open a 'oor for hint,
"If he gU lb blasting of the Church
he w-ill slink away Ire u his h one and
secure tar lUg . clIBb uf eas.i oottii p tor
Moond hand naraon or a r-.-r; pmiiBg
more coafldan in Blthy lucia than in
the standard cl Clrtti. The Attor fam
11 to-day t not o&i of uur honorvd
huu-ehoaJs. The ItadlBg memliOft of
the : are aoo al ou:.' k. one . a
socia. traitor to hli nutlvo land. Thajy
are n u a ire. II. 10 OUI I .intiy.'
After the itrmon t llav, Mr. Rlob
mond raluaad to ntnii Me n Kpu.-oo I
olargymap ic whois he raftrrtt',
Ploaarv oad Hor Pnlhtr jii i ui,
i slue I r V M)ri
ptatWPOKTi 11- l.i Aug, t, Miss
Madalalao r'oroai tlaneaa ol Col, Juan
Jacob Alor, let ii ii. ii liaru ytatert
ds.y on board the Colonel's yaoht, ao
toutpaalcd v ir Aatur a:ul ho.' tathori
ller mother reriolnc: la Now Vorl.. It
was uBdcratood. t" gsalai li) proprrlr.
After lu:i. uon the Colnnal ind Mr.
Force dro" to the Cavlno, whara t ic
Coloaal rglatared 'us r.ttur father.
Inlaw as .1 giteet for thrr dava,
They Turn Houses
Lois Gv.d Farms
Into Readv Cash
r v wi
The building "f the new subways lias
Itlmultted the fcuylni o tuburbin
proptrty as it was itlmulalfd i-i tlx
Brmx .a fi'w years ag.,. vhrn fortunes
were made with but llttlo capital Ly
study tin' tubwiy p!nt uf construe
Hon ami through World "Rejl Estate Fi r
Sale" ads. you may find, right now,
manv renurkaXe opp irtunltld t"
Grow Thousands ol Dollars With
Hundreds of Dollars as Seeds.
1731 World" KeallsiaW 247 NtTI Titan
' Adt. Latt Week. ZlL The HeraU
332 More Than All the 5 Other New
York Morning nd Sunday Newipaperj
Time s Up, Says Hetty Green's Son,
So He Will Marry Within a Year
Forty-Three is the Age to
Quit Bachelorhood, De clares
Manager of His
Oun Millions and Those
of the Richest Woman
in the World, Whom He
Promised to Remain
Single Twenty Years.
Hundreds of Proposals by
Mail From All Over the
World Have Offered Him
Choice of Willing Brides,
but the Colonel Doesn't
"Negotiate" Affairs of
"X am within juat ona year of the
ago whan a man ahou'.d got mar-
.-led." col. f? rata i forfi-Iwo-'or.
ill son of the roost tcomaa in
He Is going to get m trrlfil, t Mg,
Jovial, live-wire Col Kdwar.l II It.
Qrtefli ion of Httty ilr. en. and man-Rlt-T
of her ntllllOfll nml his. He saya
so himself. He dotttt'l give the name
or t o lady who will Chahga hers In hit,
but he says the bai'hclorhood of twenty
years which his mother pledged 1:1m to
when she sent him down M Texas as a
railroad section hand, as n starter on
h!r career, !s dr
The news. Which will cause the heir's
of s .0 :!iree hundred laJNprOClallMd
cendidaiei for hli hand, heart and
nollions to extand and constrlet as they
are torn by conlllct ig emotions of hope
that each Is to ho IhO fortunate, one
and fear that some ono else may. Is no
"rumor." The Colonel mukog It him
"I'm Just one year of the age when a
man should set married," he said at
the Waldof. Astoria, where he Is stop
p ng. "My lima limit will expire within
twelve months, and I'm going to make
c 1 " 11" win he forty-three then.
Hut though he has publicly proclaimed
hli Intention, he is as coy about It as
any romantic hotrOlS.
WANTS TO BE LOVED FOR HIM
SELF, NOT HIS MONEY
Whoever wins his heart and hand
must love him for himself alone,
gnd not for his many, many mil
lions. The maidens, youthful and aged,
tho widows, grass and sod, who have
Indicted tender missives and forwarded
their photographs to the Colonel won
have a hard time of It when they be
gin pressing their suit anew. For tha
Colonel will want to be aure that they
love him for his big, m anly self, an I
not for tho plethoric hank-account; that
they would love him U0t as much If h
were still the section-hand of nineteen
ye. us air. i, and would he willing to take
In washing or do scrubbing for him, if
hi took 111 or lost Ills Job. The chancel
are that all of theso "early starters"
who bczah pursuing him ever since h-
m.uio New York his permanent abode
a year ago when ho came hero to man-ai-o
his mothers affaire, will bo
"sera'.' bed" and s one modest entry al
the last minute, run oft with the prlge.
And here's a tip. She IbOUld be able
to cook corned I"1 'f and cabbage,
peaking nt the death of his father at
ninety, and the activity of his mother,
tu w seventy-six, Col. (Ireen laid:
H V V EARNS FOR CORNED BE F F
"1 do not eg pact la live so long. They
were brought up on v teoomo ami se'i-
Ible fooi. They ete corned beef and
i '.' : , -. turnip graane anr bacon nnd
ii bread, and drank buttermilk. They
had no ggellght and elretrleltyi aid
rsed tallow eandlei. They wont to bed
early at ti ght and were up early, I
live a' tii- WaldorfoAetorla and cat
lei ster rald( planked itoakg and other
rich fttodi. I w iiil. 1 like to eat corned
beef a id cahbago, but. Ilk" other per-
us !ii live l:i New York hotole, I am
niv i.. afraid somebody will lie mo."
Too lareo hundred volunteer randl
ddes for t ie hand of the Colonel have
e v. been limited t the United tUatei.
rtomantu lei ere have cone from Hus-
i er.l tie Ui -. (ban (glands, one came
f 0 .t i rench CnuBteei and one from
Constantinople, of one thing the ladlei
oi iv be sure their let tore have ell ' sa
read That'e one of the Colonel'e paet
.ml he h is o. e isiouallv tik. n a
e it some at his guehlng carre
nt lie doesn't answer the love
h nt ever.
in 11 evidently anticipated some
is c from hli nc: meeting with
mother, who is enpertd back i-ils
I. -ni. .on fro o Rich Meld, Conn.. Where
e his '("en visiting her married
lighter fat' a week. Mrs. (Jreon ami
r son b VC .ii a .! e ich ol ner f H
my year- over the possibility of the
lonel : ii. i wife. Thai 'he mother
ihl III b
kes no -
di : lidn
a to e,
n if ( r
of whl 'h s
II- tty (li.
'vlCTHE'! KNOWS ALL
(Hi 1 O
D A T r .
"I should in t wonder b it m it will
nek me a few ipiestlune," he de lavU,
but i hu e nothing -. irtllng to loll
her nothing thai eh does not ainady
'mow. lr . am ever : i.'tunate enough
to have a young lady OV 'yea,' t am
going io l.t tier make 'l tho an.
llolllleelle llts. jl nyliow "
VVIthhl I he Keek I'll. (Ireen mid Ills
mother egpeol lo eell one "f Ihelr larg
est tracts of real ratate In South fihi.
i ago Tl.l' will be tne eeound luruo sale
, :' real estate made by the Qreen In
that city i only i few woeki ago t'aey
cloeed out the (lege farm al Plcero,
"Neither ol' these deals 11100111 lht
mot end i are withdrawing Our cap
ital from Ohloago," s.abl Pol, lirc-n. di
i ,ini reporti to that effect, "Wo are
Klmply I lllll our real eslale In th t-
lying '11' "h is s one 13,000,000 worth .
together, My mother has inn - t in
0, DOC, Hod Invested In tha downl '.(n ieo.
tion of Chicago, As the f .ii eitate we
aro selllag i paid i ir we will reinvest
the proceed! In the more entral far.
t;oni of OhtCago In a"cordft!ir'e with UI
establlahcd policy if letting my cummu
Pity where Wl ha'e money miested uet
tha banaflt of tha earning! of our cap
ital In that loeslltv."
Society Girl Who Was Robbed
on Her Way Home From Europe
MS ViiUtl u nm
1 r ii llllliiy i
in Parliament a
t-'i.ht f ir the I ords
I. IN DON, Aug, ".The list phaae of
the fight over the Veto bill doolgned
to restrict the powers of t'.e House of
Lords over leglelattoh originating in th"
lower chamber aai entered upan ift
tho House of Commoni thii afternoon
when a. j. Balfour leader ' the .
POeltlOtti moved i. otr of reHIU I.' for
The Chamber was nihil to Its capi llv
.Mr. Malfour'i moil :. of which he
gae BOtlcO on Aug - wis is f illowii
"That the gdvlco Hlven lll Majesty
by lis Maicsty's atlntite s, a'heroby
the:.' obtained from fill Itfajce.y i
pledge that a sum ; -nt number of peeri
would i-e created ' p-ei the I ciii
nn nl bill in tho ihape In which it lefi
this House, is n greet 'id i": -
ttltutional liberty, by which, among 111
oonio(uencei. the ptiople be p ,..
eir led from again pronaunclng upon
the policy of llo.ile Itlll". '
LCADrPS CHEEREO AS "I0MT
T.:e rival laadon were loudly cheered
as they entered the room, and Mr, I4al
four received an uval uu i- ha ruaa to
tin -('lit his motion rchuklm the l'v
ernmonti the former .nlonei Premier
emphaelaed that hi w is eonscioui ol
the gravity of ihe aitiutl n ."el the
eerlouvnegi of the s'i;- which be naked
the Home I' lake, He thought thai ;t
would ic admitted that never 1 all ii--
tery had there been a nee.' sar - is caae
or i nc which more urgently deserved, or
indeed reojutred. the oonelderatldn of
Parliament ;,n i the i ou ..:.: gondemng
lli n of the Idlnlilere,
"The m nlrti -." al ' Mr. Balfour,
"have grunly abused Ihelr lights or
n I . is o" the Crown, eti 1 hj ibueini those
riKiiis nut themielvee above tha can-
ilttutlon. They have acted wh
f oui precedent," N it, as Mi.
conceived, In order to i o i
queetlon of slate. iu t "in order
ther ii party arrangement Uetwi
ferenl tioottoni who luppon th
In ( nn r lo prevent 'he i .
oountry from pronuupclni. ihelr opin
ion ou Home Rule "
The I'nlooiil leader aaierted that the
Mm itry hud pli ed i ii lot reign w u
hntl Just come i i ihe thi on- m i cruel
position. Tie King was i fount of
linnor. but tile i lev in i cot. .v ihelr ad
vice, h i I ppiionrd and minded tin
t ream al lis louree, He dubbed the
propoie.) tew peeiii "I'jperi In this
gordld drama "
ASQUITH ANSWERS Ei '-. L FOUR IK
Pteai e- , ith appeared In his best
form when hi etood un to reply. Jeer.
Ingly hi thanked Mr. linlfo.ir for this
opportune though unexpected ' motion.
It was the v ery thing that th? Qoverg
me-o wanted ''
In a few lentencei 6e Prime Mir.liter
PLEDGE FROM KING
nw m unn rii
UM MIL V!. ! t L
I dispelled the fog by which the rli cum
1 Itancel under which he had obtained
the guarantees from the King have
been a rslsc'iitly obscured by the Oppo-
"I: wag my strong hope and belief,"
be laid, "Hint the tarda would gooopi
the bill, nnd only when that hope was
frustrated, us It was last month, was
ills Majesty aaked and consented if it
was leceieary, to exercise bia preroga
tive. W'e took tin. ,.iii' course con-
si-.coi no i i.i.iiui ,iiio s 1 1 lie rc.ir'l
' the dial I iC Ihe Crown. The
co tree was rorre t, conelderate ami
conetltutlonali and In my own name and
In those of my o illeaguea, 1 am perfect
lv content to accept me declelon of the
Houae ami of my fellow countrymen in
"egn r 1 t hereto."
Mr. Asqultll toll the House that II
was at the Klnvt's express desire that
he dlicl ned the communication! whieh
ti id paaied between them, so there
shou1 1 hi no mystery and no mlounder
Itandlng of a perfectly simple and
com.'.-! trnmnotlon, lie slated that his
Intention to mg for guaranteei in cer
t.i.n eventttdllttei had been oommunl
i-ated io K ii-: Cleorge on April t, lam.
Mr. Aorpilth concluded by maintaining
'hit the only method of dealing with
tho situation was through ine use uf
i the coy ' i preroe live.
"I hold mv Office," he lidded, "not I
; i nly by the ravor of the ('t iwn, but on
behalf of the people. .1 ml I -lioilld be
i guilty, Indeed, of (reason if al the
s' pn me moment of a grenl strunglo I
were to betray their trust."
WOMAN FOUND IN FIELD.
''.,--, i ceei'iii Wnndered Is iii,.s
V. il hoe t 1 Mini.
BKI.V1DKRB, :". J. Aug. T. After
being lost and wandering t ir six d tyg
Iti tiie woo I i :.n I lb ids. Mrs. Joseph
ii '1'inun of Barker'! Hollow wia found
to day by Sheriff Welder, County 'b-rk
Sutohler and Surrogate Blali she w is
emaciated ami hyoterloal when they
came upon her lying in i cornfield ami
Mid ghe had had nothing lo eat glnce
me li i.l left lo ir home.
After htsariog a Kt4temeni made i-v
Mn Oerman and mi evidence offered
by nelghhoroi Judge s dpman Issu.-.i n i
warrant for iho grroai of the woman'!
huebandi Mis. German chargea him
v iih cruel treatment, an I neighbor! 1
.it of i.ei. out violent uuarreti in the
bun a'here th tuple have lived since
, In ; i ..li :. c WO! b : d d'Virn we is
tgo, Tii Germane have one child, four
yeari old, who hae been given In charge
of ihe Sheriff.
LOST LIFE LANDING TROUT.
i oils liili
111,1 I. Ill
r R i
N I l-e a ill
ill li. -d.
Wort (t. I
MlUlil.KTOWN, N v, Augi -While
trying to lai. i a big trout he had hooked
m Guminer Ca is, in Sullivan t'uunty
today, Pat 1 1 Brlggi, an engineer on
to- nut. ui. i mil Weitern Railroad lost
his balance end r - -1 1 into ihe creek, He
eouid noi ig'lm ami k m drownedi
Rrneii N'-aii..ii, a fr.eiei, pearly lost
ids i.fe dlVll J for lb- body which Wgl
finally recovere i.
( III I.l Killed oo u a. io i'.
IVhlle on her way to a pit nli
he i lailn 'ky( nine i ei ri old, i
I1''' Alabama avenue, 9roaklyn, was
run over by a heavy tpucii and in
itantly k.; id, Abraham r an k. dr ver
of the truck, was aires id. bin he was
latgr ileaead when the i.iiisi.aiu waa
kcaurcd ha wai nut 10 bUmi.
GIRL IS ROBBED
OF HER LAST CENT
lie 'I .ikes $400 l-inin Suit
Case of Miss Madeleine
Trav erse ol Boston.
BUT LEAVES HER GEMS.
Fortun.ueh a Friend Meets I
Her at Pier and Provides
Her With Money.
MIM atadelatne Traveree, a handeome
fOUrtg society womat. of BoltOft, re-
t lining froa Kurope Of. t ie lUmburg-
Ameiictn llnei amoftka which arrived,
to-day, reported tne -o id. of tt'"' from I
her suit case In he, cabin or. Am I In
ihe chatelalr..' ban with I e money was i
scleral th aurai i dot tare wort! of jew i
elry. Wklch th. thle? did not take.
"i had lust reoetved t wiraleeg enn-,
gratulatlng mi on m- birthday, which I
was Aug. I," Miss Travels a i id, "and
I went down t. my en 'In to get some
money to sen.i a meeeeie n anewer,
The Mt all I had was In nn envelope
marked Hki,' and I suppose the thief j
saw this and Wkl afraid tn stop lung
enough to look for Jewelry,11
it wns fortunate tor miss Traveree
that he war met at the .leek by ftlCh-
ad Uaharre. 1 friend or Mr and lira.
Henry T' rrei, Whom sh" Is going 10 1
visit In the C.ren Mountains, for 'he I
hain't ( cent for expenses and lips,
ller cabin on the Amerlk i Is near the
one occupied by Mrs. Maid Win Urijni-
mond of Chicago, who was robbed if
'over lli.'m WOlth (f Jewels on a re
I turn trln several months ago.
o-.to ii Kth'n, the financier and mem.
ber of the Metropolitan Opera lions,.
directorate, returned with his family
j after a motor tour In Kurope.
EUROPEANS JEALOUS OF AMER
ICA'S ADVAN IN OPERA
"T found In Paris and In Ruropo gen
Orally they are very Jealous of our ad
vance In opera." sild Mr. Kalin. "be
j ' ause we get all their Te-st sinners and
also their operas and also because we
Vive operas here In the latiuoiaite In
Which they are written That Is a great
advantage, for in franca and Germany
ni.-l Italy tne operas are all IrannletOd
Into tic language of the country."
"Then you do not favor i pern In Kng
llsh'.'" he was asked.
"I do. for operas that are written In
Bnglteh," he replied. "Works Written
i.v American and Bnglleh compoeerel
IhOUld be sung in Bngllttl, K w- com- !
noieraf Perhape; but they win come
i firmly believe that before long Ameri
Can eompooen will rank with the gr.-at-eet,
Just as ion mists pru II ally load
i lie world."
Mr. Kahn said thai from observation
during a trip in Otrmany he believed!
the Moroccan trouble iprang from Qer
many'i dealre for i territory which
should be .in outlet for her great popu
lation. I'i.iiii'i-'s concessions of lands In
the Congo, nc believee, win provide this
myeterloui person qf dark oom
plexton who travelled Incognita ami
was on the paeeener ihe as "Charlei
Durvllle," proved to be M, Kouchard,
w iio has been II i lien Minister to Qer
many for two yens, lie Is hurrying
nome becutioe of Ihe ousting of Presi
dent Simon from the Chief Magistracy
of the turbulent Utile Island, and ha ll
mentioned ae Prcaldentlal materlad
"If the People want ine I will reive,"
Alllouir the oi
Huron ftledl, the
aleglCO. w ho tn i :
-. if Pltteburgi
ier peeiengei i w are
Auatrlon Mlnlitir to
led MlSH I IS,- M.I
and Mi.s Anna (lose,
under Uheriee Krohman'
: t K, l-tfth, Ann. 7. Josftph
'lhl fnthfr nt" In
v 1 1 it nl .'Jit Ht
. i- .1 dobtllt! '
I H'l nn .f th
h i Ins ( i'". ubC t
mon wwion iratn.
pai ry wiii t'1" '
htldn n. foul iTi
with OD6 of five
Hie hn-i rortynli
: 1 1 1
died h. i-t
h home hfii of nn
w.n !ichtyati vchu
ptoncwra f t in- stiH-.
I plalm with a Mor
itiH'p of twent) thrM
nt . horn, toftthor
,v ijow h, f : i r -l lit n i .
.- trandchlldrtn ml
tranJc :ti ire n.
Try it on
HIT ! "0M
j "i ii- i iati
Ul I I NTH,
(lib nn b l,,,l(K
21 kinds 10c a can
Look for the red-and-white
INER Alt RIKA
GULDEN S A
an i a i
FEAR BIG ICEBERG
HI! BY COLUMBIA
SUNK ONE LINER
Anchoi Steamship, With Bo
Stove In, Comes tc Porti
Tells of Peril
HEADED FOR ICE IN FOG.
Wireless Warning of No Avail
-Story of the Columbia's
Tiding! are gnglouelf aaatted to lay
'n marine e'rclre of at. intSontlfiod 1
steamer believed to hoc crstehed Into
the big Iceberg the Anchor sti'Stlls'ilp
Columbia collided with narthoaot of
''ape Itace Inst YVedne.d 'l v OVOnlng,
The Col imbka, heT pglffOngOTI loud In
Ihelr prilses "f CiPt, Qaorgi Mitchell
and the other ofllcets, run, into per'
tail night from llagow and brought
the first .let ills of her ac. blent, and tl 10
news uf the big steamer thai mty have
been badly damaged pogllbly sunk, a
short lime later.
The Columbia sailed Into it fog two
hours before the nc, htont, and the so I-
den drop in temperature ihowed i e
was ncir Cm the Col ur.bia were S3
fi:t ettae, mo to on.t and 110 third elaai
passengers, w1,h a crew of 130. ('apt
Ultchett, making Ids rust Hip 00 the
lOlUmbla. was en the tirblKe
The fog was so ('ene the ship was ,
put at an right-knot speed and '.he
whistle ke.it going. Suddenly Capi
hoard what be ihonghl for a
was tt e blast of another
and elgnalled for the engines
An Insiiitit later he renllz. I :t
w.n the 01 bo of his own whistle, thrown
ha k by an Iceberg,
SMASHES WITH REVERSED EN
CINES INTO THE ICEBERG.
The engine! had been ravened, out
the momentum of the VOOeol carried her
into the mountain, Toe Columbia buried
her tin'i' Rftoon feet Into the Ice, ton!
of II falling to In r de k.
The pgieongOfa were at dinner. The
shock liurhil dls cs and glassware to
ttie door, Bverytblng movable on ho
ihlp Bon fern aid.
Capt. Mil. bell end the other officer!
immediately took step, to quell the .-
eltenient. There sen) mapv Ogle tgceg.
hut ho hysteria.
Illght or ten persons were hurt, hut
a in s.rlouiiy. The Columbia's '.ugh
oyortangtttg bow had i a crjghedi i'...t
ami pushed book art ou,. iido. and !
ggplgg V -shaped holo eight or ten
feet w,de at the top io ik the pi i e of
Die stem The port hook was left on
the iceberg .and tho st trboard anchor
i able and the anchor were Jammed tight
In the haw eeplpO,
Nine feet of water filled the forward
hold, un I th" pumps were kept gOl.lg
irom then on The ship was skllfu'ly
ha lulled aim was aoor. 0O ner way
Tom Murray. Who had the fo'e'elo
watch, w is almost burled e.ider frag
ments of I te, and when dug out was
found to tune a broken shoulder. Mrs.
Blliabeth Ogllvle, s:sty, on her way lo
Pittsburg, was knocked over and he
ankle broken. Sarah I, nets, eleven
yen's old, ami three other! In the iteer
age were cut and bruised, g, MoAllis-
nt tBth Stj
ilil itlH ISdtll St.
l m- Cor Kid st.
$25, $28 and
$30 I lart,
and a few
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:u vt. hiii m, l:uXiww
s I IP I HI I IIS I
' r !. ... .' . : e ,
u-. t scii iknlua Mniii t
fer nt Belfl fc'l down While returning
from the (leek end Injured hli ihoaldtr,
A fatiof vv, hurled egalfral a p:,iar
no. i .ur oVaf I ha eye, end ig aaarataal
eagli i w i hurt,
SECOND 8 r E A M E 't WAV HAVE
tiEEN SUNK BY ICC.
Mattresi i Hen-ph i agalnel lta fore
peik colDilon hajbhead, end be u f
I ham retnoni ivas packed
NtilowiBg the i illialoa ine ColamMe
lighted during i menteaury llfl of the
fox at, gnfthown itaaasihtp east boead
a. good speed head or fa the nig bargj
the I'olumMe had .lost rammed, ' BAle"
Founded IN4I '
a good ti ii" is of supreme importance in a piano
and a reasonable price is equally to be desired.
The Waters I'ianos and Player-Pianos offer
hot 1 1 fiooJ tone and a reasonable price.
The Udfrs tone very sweet and musical,
with a fine singing quality, and the WiKfrs prices
ai viry re- i nable, but in flu- mtert'st oi true econ
omy and i "t at th." sacrifice of quality.
A! o the WaUrs 3-Year System gives you three
years' time on a piano without interest or extras.
Call and i' t us tin; i nstrate what vve claim for
the Waters Pianos and Player-Pianos, or send postal
tor catalogue with reduced prices and terms.
Horace Waters (Si Co.
Ladios' Summer Suits and Dresses. Cur entire
stocU at greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Linen and Pique Skirts--S.?.T5. Formerly
5( UK i ti i 10.00,
Waishut.le Dress Fabrics, in lar' variety, very much re-
duced in priie.
Hand-Embroidered Irish, Madeira and French
, Robes nnd Waist Patterns, unmade. 39 1-3 per
cent, disc unit.
Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, in Black, White and popular
Colors, at fl.OO per pair I Isual pru t' $1.50 & 1.75.
James McCutcheon & Co.
5th Ave. & 34th St.,
BLANKETS, COMFORTABLES, HF.DSPREADS. MUSLIN
SHEETS AND IMLLOW CASES
KT ESPECIALLY l'w PRICES I OR T0-M0RK0W (TUESDAY) i
BLANKETS . . PER PAIR $5.50. 6.50. 8.00 TO 12.00
BEDSPREADS SATIN FINISH . . BACH. $2 75 ft 3.75
CROCHET BEDSPREADS . . EACH, $1.25 I.6S
MUSLIN SHEETS . . . EACH 68c. TO $1.05
MUSLIN SHEETS HEMSTITCHED . EACH. $1.05 ft 120
MUSLIN PILLOW CASES . EACH 18c. TO 26c.
MUSLIN PILLOW A...:. HI MSTITCHED EACH 25c.. 28c. 32c.
Jiftli Attftlltt, tt lti) unit
IOTO 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE
Al I49T-MST ENTRANCE OF 5UBWAY OR ELEVATED
FREE Cn-iiii Purchasei
This Impenai Leather Couch
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V TiulilrTi 'ii,.." in,. ' '
g,l I.sh ilnr Hrlm, I '.'. v
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YOUR ItH ATA IV OUR TEBM6
IUUK IMIina r vlUH fUima
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THE E&".lf"'T PAVMCNT H OV) ! E INNV f1f
ST 1 DOOR WEST OF vAVI
opeu Every Licaiuy tutli u. Sainrds tatil 1 Vow
I tf, ht wlr.--. OptTttOTi (TW to
f t intn Dornmiin1i'4tIon wttn the trn
gr, but i" 'vi-.i no reply tn hi oall
'i uf i hfl pt.cnittrl btlltYt the Ship
T i Columbia, dMpIti htt fxptrlnetv
t m ktd II '' I'll v ii n ferryboat iMt
' ' i pi Mlti 'if 1 1 Sne wm not
Upl M "1 mbiII t'lioi moflltflA nt no
. ' in i n (i ..v;.'M. An hf pM'
iwai i 'i down the inf.Kplnk
t) i m! '; ! r i i i V " h i n. wit h
Hied tmm.tndei anl thnnk him.
:i.t. MltrhM Ac iin-. to dllCtM the
i ' In s4 1 v i n t f tfltj filing nf hlv
r p irt tn thp OWfMTl
134 Tilth Av., near 18th Street
127 W. 42d St.. near Broadway
254 W. 125th St.. near 8th Ave.
H5tli g-trrrtii. 'rw $ttk.
litis Brass Bed!
miuiai rnn aia
1 BR ASS hID Absolutely FREE
W,,h tvery PurC8e S7S
Ca ad Convince YeuraeU
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