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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911.
HEW YORK PASTORS IN I
IN DENOONCING CCL ASIOR
AND HIS WEDDING PLAN
! ciders of All Creeds Con
demn Proposed Marriage
to Miss Force.
REFUSE TO OFFICIATE
Even Those Who Recognize
Divorce Vigorously Score
The matter of tli approrichln: mar
riage of Col. John Jacob Asinr, a 1 1 -vorred
man, and Mian Madeline 9 Of Mt
vrlo la said by her parent to ho near
ly twenty-one yesra of age. has stirred
up rclMlaiticml criticism all over the
1 mt.-.i mate and ahmad. The pro
mat flrtt publloly voiced by the Hfv.
Dr. Oeorg ':,a!ni. . It' hiimn 1. .m
Episcopalian mlnlater of I'hlladelphla.
laat Sunday promlee. to wm main
Of courae. Col Aator la entirely wlth
ta Ufa! right in seeking: marry
again, although Ilia decree or dlVOrCl
granted to Ava Willing Aator forbldi
him to marry again In tlila Htte. The
prohibition anpllaa only to tha contract I
of marriage and la of no fori e ll oilier
Nevertheless It la quit likely that
egflie earn. it churchmen will attempt
td launch a movement to prevent the
Wadding of Col. Aator and the beanil
fgi Mla Korea. A national ornaniat
tftn waa formed the other day for 'he
ptrpoae of oreventlnr "ien 'turn ui'.ng
Col. Aator will have to prove be waa
nit the guilty one In the divorce, pro
reading that freed nil t wife. Other
ertVe, according to rtuffragan Btlbop
('buries S. Hun h of the IHoegga of New
Ygrk, no Splacopal Irrgy man will ottl-
late at hla aarund marriage.
OtERQYMEN STRONGLY SUP-
ORT VIEW OF DR. RICHMOND.
Kew York rlargymen uphold Dr.
ffbhrnond of Philadelphia In condem
nation of the Aator-force wedding. A
nvaaa among aeverai ucnominaiinna
day failed to reveal one mlnlater
would ba willing to officiate at
rha Rev. Dr. Arthur Lowndea, who
numbered among tha deuna of tha
' a Kplaoopal clargy, axprtaaod per-
fatt agraemant with hla fMUdelptila
' "ODnatdarably no than half tha
World would set conaldar that Ool.
aVater and Mia a roro mar Had aa
01," ba bagaa. "All thoae In my
bmyab maat Indeed faal that tha
gaatah la In danance of Ood'a law.
Certainly no Kplacopal clergyman
uld be allowed to perform the mar-
ceremony. Tha lawa of our Oburog
afa perfaotly clear on that point.. The
third aecilon of Canon 3a. 'Of tha Sol
aanlcation of Matrimony,' reader
'No mlnlater, knowingly, after due
Ingilry, ahall aolamnlae Ihe marriage nf
any peraon who haa been ur I- the hua
band or tha wife of any other peraon
than living, from whom ahe or lie haa
baag divorced fur any canae arUlng
alter marriage. Hut thla canon (ball
not ba held to apply to the lnnoc3.1t
parly la a divorce for adultery ; pro
vided, that before the application for
aaca remarriage a period of not lea
than one year ahall have elupaod after
tha granting of auch divorce, and that
agtlafactory evidence touching the taatl
IS the caae. Including a copy of the
Oourt'a decree, and record, If prac
ticable, with proof that the defendant
waa peraonally aerved or appeared In tn
action, be laid before the cclealaatlcal
authority, and auch ecclesiastical au
thority, having taken legal advlaa I here
on, ahall havo declared in writing that
ta hii Judgment the case of the appli
cant confonua to the renu.rcnicnti f
hia canon; and provided, further, that
It ahall ba within the dlacrvtiun of any
ralnlatar tn da-line to solemn. ga any
MUST NOT REMARRY "GUILTY
PARTY TO DIVORCE.'
That seems eufficlently clear, and It
la obvious that -he guilty party In a
suit on statutory grounds Is the very
last person 1 or uny oilier Lplaropal
cgergyman would cunae-nt to marry.
Nothing could Induce me to perlorm
aos a ceromony. Our marriage ser
vice1 reads, Till death do you part,
net 'Till legal divorce do you part. We
faal that marriage ' a sacrament.
AtmatfclOl not lo be dtaeolvixi tty tha
ind of man.
The law says .hat Col. Aator may
M iitnarry in New York, and It Is a
, feat shame tha law Is not the aama
,n every State
"A uullorm divorce law la what
we need to atop this aeaudal uf a
wo . an being a wits in one State
a. a an unu.aii.-il coiuyamou lu an
other. MPLY LEGAL. . ED FREE Low
SAYS A PRIEST.
I'his girl oennol piead ignorance of
ahat ahe Is doing. She, as well as her
.go. har and society at larg-. know Coi.
Aator s id They ail knuw and may
.1. u i in, though 1 do be ieve that
he ualy beat people the Utopia of
n.g a.oral siaiidards, wll deny aOOlal
laqagultiog to the couple. Tnal is as it
hiuid ba. The .iiainaga ao caosU,
ou(ht never to Igk. place.'
Ifd uai ..vers ' tst. Andrew 'a Itoaian
RjUbolli Churob went jven further.
"an n aa a man. age as thai of Col
Attoi la simply legalized free love," ha
dec -ii 'd. There ,s no aagntigl 9tb Cal
d'aterenre b tween his cuurtshli ur Mlag
IVjn. and the purxuit of Bvglgg Thaw
by tha late Htantord White, spoak.ng
aa a man. aa well aa a priest. 1 lalag
1 1. la elderly bridegroom ehuuld ba
Of courae my church recognizes no
auch th ng aa divorce, or tha remar-
rlajre of tVvmeed pi'ranna. Occaalon
ally the 1'opc .ii.ntiiH a marriage, but
that ll when something has heen dona
wrong, an. J the touple In gunftlog have
never Inert man md Wife In the eye
of tha church. Wa le:ieve literally
ihat Whom ..(f balk lolnad it Ml
man put asunder.'
FLAGRANT DISREGARD OF SO
CIAL. EVEN HUMAN DECENCY"
"Aa a prleai, tton. Ail r eiiiani.ta-c of
dime, I pin a m in iM be utterly re
pugnant to mo, and it would lit un
til. nk.thic : 'i a t i ahuuij oil., late at such
"lu; tua present cnit aeonis par
ticularly flagrant la Ita dlarafard
of aoclal and avaa human dacanoy.
A man if I orty-aavan, dlvorcsg
acaroaly mora than twelve montha
for unfalthfuluaaa to lila wifa r
twanty yaara, marrlaa a child, a
girl lounger than hla own son
who la reported to ba courting; tha
latar of hla 'naw mothar!' It'a
dlagueting, revolting! It'a a crlma
agatuet nature, aa wall aa against
am let y. Tha man abould ba ootra
cllad i y ail daoaut paopla, avan if
thay deny tha religious olfanaa.
"1 tlo nut ruriilnm! that poor, hedax
le.l VMg glrL . . la being led to
the an -i hi e. inn a ffel that her
neither ia grautiv to ba blamed.
"Tha man-tag la an unspaakabl
affront to American civilisation."
io seii-i-espi'i-tiii, mlnlater or any
den. itnln.it on would officiate at such a
Wadding," Hal. I ihe Ray, Juhn H. Allan,
pastor of th Marble I'ollcvlaia Church
at fifth avenue and Twenty-ninth
street. "'Die man who. has been mar
ried and 'Hi i: ' ell for rauao .sli.iuld loae
p In tha matrimonial urate.
The law! nf the churches ami of the
f"4'1"11 bOttld forbid htm to re-wod.
GUILTY SHOULD SUFFER FOR
"I am not unalterably opposed lo di
vorce. The lleforinel Church permits
It on the statutory ground and mi that
of desertion. I'crannally, 1 think that
drunkenneaa, extreme cruelty or an
affanaa Involving a long term In State
pi ci. hi Justifies divorce. Marriage Is not
a sacrament, It Is merely a civil cere
mony at which the priest Is permitted
"1 do not thing that ministers should
show any disci (ruination agalnat the
truly Innocent party to a divorce. If
thla peraon wlahea to re-marry he
ahoiild certainly he permitted to do ao.
Hut thu case Is different with the of
fender. "a haa sinned against tha
State, for ha haa deliberately
brokaa up a noma and family, tha
very nucleus of tha State. And,
Ilka every other criminal, ha should
suffer tha consequences of hia
"The lawa of the land are disgrace
fully Variable, and what ne mlnlatnra
should work for la tn bring them Into
accord on the aublects of divorce and
remarriage. We should even seek for
an Intet national alliance, ao that peo
ple who are forbidden to marry In one
country would bo unable to marry In
anther. Inatances Ilka Hie one under
conildayaUgn atovJd then be impossible.
GREAT PITY 18 IN THE HARM
FUL EXAMPLE TO OTHERS.
"I have refused large lees offered
f ir Officiating at such marriages, and
I have known hundreds of other min
isters who have done likewise. No
amount of money can buy a decent
cleruyrnnn for a ceremony be know to
"It H a great pity that this Astor
marriage abailM take place, because of
Hie harmful example it will set," de
clared the Rav, Arthur J. Smith, auper
Intendent of the Kvangellstlc Commit
tee of New York City. "There will be
hundreds of Imitators, particularly In
lite same social circle.
"I could not perform such a mar
riage, for I quite aree with the Cath
olic Church lu the stand It lias taken
aitalnst divorce. I dlagree with It on
many other points, but I have nothing
but admiration for ll altitude on this
question Marriage Is unquestionably
a s i i anient, to he dissolved only for
the cause mentioned by our Lord In the
Scriptures, lu such a case the offender
har assuredly n? moral right to re
marry. "SLAP IN THE FACE TO SOCIETY
AND TO MORALITY."
"I raallaa that tins iwaoplng settle
ment of iHvone mint hear bard on Indi
viduals, bin It Is the home, and the
family of which we must think. They
must he tni -ct ved at all hazards.
"nd divorce is certainly a terrible
menace to America. The statistics show
ti.it one marrlaga lu every twalvi
din lived, and In the State of Maine
the proportion I one mairlaKe In every
alx. it ia iino.ieatlonalily due to the
laxity of nubile opinion.
"Social disfranchisement should await
every guilty man or woman with their
partner In iniquity, who i.ass through
tha divorce mill ud then remarry."
"Col, Aatnr's contemplated action
should be denounced In tha Itrong
terms by the prvas and the public." laid
the Rav, n ii Hii ostein of the Klrat
"It la a slap In the faoe to aoclety
and morality. It la nothing in the
world but legalized polygamy.
"Such cases are but an Inheritance of
men s old unlawful deslro for more than
"CRiMt AND DISGRACE, PROPER
WORDS FOR IT."
" 'Crime and 'dlsaraee" are the prop
words to UN in describing audi a mnck
Bigrrlaga, Tin man is simply after a
young and lender victim. The girl
gtgntg ii. ley and plaq and luxaty, and
exactly like the women she doiibllrti
desplseb. ght will sell herself body and
souli tc latlafy her graad.
"The marriage m mi abomination it
h,,iil,' nnl I,, Inlapa tmA i, ,iFu
Mol . ...... , Amarloan elvlllaa-
Mrs. W.lll.im ilrant Brown, President
of the New York City Federation of
Women's clubs. Is not a minister, bill
ihe Is especially capable of Inking th
romgn'a viewpoint of the match to
strongly condemned. She coneemna,
too, b it ttrlkce u e 'iarae.terlitlc.io de
'Mill l-'orce Is runnlgg a tremend tn
r'sk," bhe said. "She Is marrying a mm
old enough to be bee tsha-. who ro I'd
not gueaaad In matting nappy the srlfa
of his youth.
GIRL IS RUNMN'G A TPEWTM
DOUS RISK, SHE SAYS.
"He la ihe typical man of tha world,
and his reputation need nut be dis
cussed. She 'a beautiful and charming
and youni:. and bhe is offered up u
him, Instead of mairiiug some nlc
boy her own ae. Ii is a great pity
"Though 1 logtldai that two paople
Cot. Astor and
unhappily married are better off di
vorced, 1 moat attongly deprecate the
fow York Mag of OL tnglng marital part
t ncrs every few montha. It is subversive
of morality and common decency. And
I I particularly abominate tha comhlna
j Hon of old men and young girls. A
man puabes da'.de the wife of many
years to dangle after a child. It Is de
plorable to the I all decree, and a sign
of wretched i',..enerary.
"And the women have to suffer both
the new wife and the old."
PERKINS DEFIES PROBERS ON STEEL, IS
WARNED TO APPEAR BEFORE CONGRESS
(Continued from Klrst Page)
made by Kept e neiitat l e Young,
publican of Michigan
Mr Perkins said he felt that the ques.
tlons did not oVaariy set forth what was
desired lO.lgar A. Runcroft of Chicago
here apiieared aa personal BOttBaa I for
Mr. Perkins. On the vote of appeal
Young. Sterling and Danforth, Repub
licans, voted against the chairman, and
Heel!, Hartleit and McOHIIciiddy, Demo
grata, rotad to austaln him.
"Then the chair Is sustained," tho
chairman declared, casting the deciding
Mr. rteall again asked his question of
personal campaign contributions.
"My connection with the. Steel Cor
poration,'' said Mr. Perkins, "bad not
the slightest licarlng nir my campaign
contribution." Tile witness then sug
gested that the mattet lie held up un
til later In the day.
Mr. Bancroft objected to the line of
examination on the ground that It was
not material to the Investigation of the
Steel Corporation aa authorized. At this
point the committee took a recesa on a
summons to be present In the House of
HeprerentatlVeS. Landing up to this dis
pute Ihe minutes of the Stead Corpora
tion were read. RhOSTlng that the com
pany, prior to the time It secured u legal
opinion against making campaign ran-
trlbutlona, bad contributed to the Amari"
can Protective Tariff League and bad
made oilier contribution! for circulating
Information on tariff matters. Mr. Per
kins frankly admitted that the minutes
produced must tie correct, but said he
had no par zonal r collection concerning
CRFDITED TO WELFARE FUND
OF STEEL TRUST.
The Democrats' had n I'n-ld flay In
proving that the Steel Trust supported
the Republican tariff doctrine. H was
brought out that only laat spring the
truat contributed money lo publish and
dlsaemlnate tieorge It. Cnrtlss's "Proe
parlty and Protection"' that In IMtaod
IMI tin sieci : 'orpntu t ion wns con
tributing u.'mu a year to tho Protective
Tho Welfare fund" of the Steei
Trust, which steel magnates have les-
Uflad araa for "aoclologtcal work and
for furthering the health ami comfort
of employees,' waa th" fund to which
auch contributions would he charged,
according U Perkins. Iiui be could
remember no specific inatances.
Chairman Stanley na lad Perkins down
with the records of the Steel Trutt'l
play In politics, set down III black and
whue in tiic i ks of the company.
"I read from the minutes of a meet
ing on Apr I in, Hot," he said, "that
the committee had referred to 'eminent
igwygfg for an opinion,' the request of
it 'leading politician' for a contribution
to hla campaign fund Now who wan
l.ial 'leading oolltlclan?' "
"I ran't ram em bar," dgobgrad Per
kins. Itanlay then road from mlnutaa of tht
maatlny, of June 111. lissl, allowing written
opinions from Attorneys John Q, John--on
of Phil ulelphla, and DgVld P. Wut
0g of I'lltsliiirg, to the effect that
"this corporation has no right to mike
i itrihutions for political or ehgrltablt
Perkins admitted that the two lawyers
who furtil-hed the opinion were of ex
cellent stunting Tnen came a sen.
.Id yOU fo'low their advice?"
"Perl.'na faltered, and Anally ana
"1 do not doubt that we did "
"Did you contribute out of the funds
of th Steel Corporation for tile publl-
oatloi of doauntanta for u pnic ii pnr-
poao that had nothing to ga with the
operation of thi company?"
Perklna could not r- uieuilier.
S anli y then produced u letter dated
PbUgdalpblg) J n Us I'll, from Jgmal
M. Swank, Secretary of the America i
Iron and Steel Association, aaliliik for
money to finance the pu dl atlon of an
adlllon "f "protaotlo i ind r'rogptrlty."
a ill i tariff volum gaaiJaurga H. cur
id in parti
vMni 1 vr
atniAua. j,ou ju
WouU-Be Bride, Wpman j
and borne rastors Who score Him
J THIS CAMEL DRANK
V 1L 'J TOO MUCH WATER
MR5 a.C . BROWN
la to ask your Finance Committee to
approve a contribution of W.OOt) toward
the publication of Mr. Curtlss's two
volumes. If the committee will do
thla, I will ask the following com
panies to contribute ll.non each:
Jones at Luughlln and Cambria."
Perkins declared be never saw the
Swank letter and remembered nothing
"But here Is a record of the meeting of
the Finance Committee at which thla
letter was referred to too Chairman
with powers,' Htanley insisted. "Waa
tbut money ever paid?"
"I don't know. If "It waa, It was
.barged to the 'welfare fund ' We d
a good deal of 'welfare work.' This
publication was fur a widespread :d
UCatiOna purpose and might properly
be. ao crwrgeu.
ISisvIM tn The Evening W..rld. I
ORiAVBWBND, N. Y. Atlg. s.-The
summer Uniting Hireling of the New
org and Parkway Chib furnished an
interesting duy's sport here this after
neon, the Buatoatl balng ke.-n and
Clonal tOUgbt, The crowd, though not
largo, was classy, the female contingent
being out In good numbers Mere and
Hi re could he noted prominent mem
lii rs of ba running turf.
There were events down for decision
in the ,U and 2.16 class trotting! and
ihe .'11 pace, each tt which drew fair
sized fields. The first number on the
programme, the trot, saw the Mrs:
heut captured by Mary Plaudit. After
goortng QUI twice the starter gave them
Ihe wotd. Mary Plaudit Immediate!) as-
aumad i imaad, arlth the nebj close up
lor the Hra half, hut when that point
huh roaonoa the neld started to siring
nil and for the last half ! was a nro
oeanlon, the winner, Mary Plaudit never
he'iiir ihreatenad. Krell cloaod faal and
wag just ag easily aaeond.
The nexi lien brought out the con
tenders in the :.ll pa e. ami gfter twen
t minutes tiresome adoring Lhev were
given the word, with Hal Direct, owned
and drlvan by SHaciilaizhaaa Joogay Nat
an. aaaumlng command. This proved
to lie a borae race. Throughout the
joumay Hal Dlrac) Had to put forth
Ills lieat efforts, heln- repea.te.Uy chal
leiiKcd. It was only entering the homes.
siret. hi the laat lime around, when June
Hug went lo a break, that Hal Hire t
looked like a air e w inner. Time. 2. !.',.
Ch len go.
Elm merman, !h
,i. Doyla, lb,
I.. Hnyle, 2b.
Be ker, rf.
Umplrea O'Day and KmtUa
lapaetal t.. Tb rtalai werM )
, .1 1 . - : . i 1 II . in. . - l h , : i . ,. .
nil tiic L'ubi eni at li again mi
tftarnoon, Tha Cubg were forced in
i Hutu to keen their potltlon in front of
t ie bunsb 'fain io-iay, and thg Olantg
ara dgtarrnigad to imii thtin out of t e
I covatad noaltlon. The playan f tiie
tun Imitns were In their liest tlglilltig
e,liii, n n I tin. c!...d was much lamer
ti II wm m n-!,.!'1ai' hec.iuse .if t na
, ., imroi taam In ihi upanar.
AT GRAVE END
AND PASSED AWAY
Central Park Animal Devel
oped Liver Trouble and
Was Found Dead.
Could'at mourn for a camel, gentle
reader? Than prepare to mourn, for
Ueasle haa passe, i away.
Bessie was a nice old camel, too. For
twelve years he Mved In central Pork,
and during that time never guilty
of an action calculated to tarnish her
character In the sllighteat degree. She
wa a good wife and mother, a Keeper
Holmes, who haa been In charge of
Central Park animals for fifty-three
yeara, will tell Anybody.
The only trouble w-lth Hess e waa that
ahe had a thirst It Is said that a
camel can go seven days without water.
Besslo was not that kind of a camel.
She certainly did like to molaten her
lnerlor. Whan the keepers brought
Resale a tub of-water ahe woc.id place
her face In It and Inhale It Ilka some
human being surround soup. Evident
ly It ia not good for a camel to over
indulge In water, for tha first thing
Reasle knew there waa aomethlng
wrong with her liver.
Perhaps his statement Is not entire
ly correct. Uesgle did not know there
was something wrong with her liver.
But ahe did know there was something
wrong With her somewhere. Aa a noted
female writer once wrote, "There never
was a female who was well oil aver at
Keeper Holmes and the Central Park
veterinary surgeons being perfectly
conversant w.tb the fact t:ia; Besala
bad liver complulnt, gave her larse
quunlltlfF of liver medicine. It Is no
easy Job tc give a camel liver medicine,
However, Bessie Jut aort of pined
away. Her appetite failed, but ahe con
turned to drink lots of water. Her luis-
uttiid ympu;hlzed with her, but that
wa all he could do. Oattlttg right dov n
lo cases It Is annul all one OOUid expect
a camel husnapd to do.
Some time during the night Hessl t ex-
p.red. Her husband was with bar ami
U uk any lasi message she mig.it have
.eft. VVhgg Keeper Holmes got around
to ihe camel pens this morning ne found
.'Lssle s hua .and deeply dejeclcd.
Bessie aj not In sight. Holmes en
tered thn pen und Hesslc's husband
started toward him In a hostile man
ner. Holmes went nut and gul an
armful of feed which he nlaced dose
lo the front of the pen. While the
widower waa buelly engaged with the
feed Holme wen; In and found the
cold corpse of Bessie n a dark corner
Said corpse was speedily yanked out
and transferred to the Arsenal. It will
be necessary to select a new mate for
the disconsolate widower, but Bessie
will nit tie lost to New- York. No, In
deed sue will not. They are going to
stuff her and set her up In the Amarl
can Museum of Natural History.
DODGERS GO AFTER
'S' lai ta Th.. gnauii VToeVI I
ST. I. 'TIS. Mi!
mil l.iii:en picked
Pifnar ror ina mw aaiua
.ii-rent lrll Hi s gf tert o ui.
a do -tor ex.iiii mil Rogar Braananan'i
daimagad font to-day and dlgcovartil
Ibal no bouea were hroken. It w.is
f.-i'ed lie would lie out of the iratne for
:i month at least, ait .111 early examina
tion led to (hi balltl t'u't hla hurt gfgg
garloui Me will lie hack In thg llne
UP wliliin a aeek at the very latest.
STREET CAR STRIKE
PUT UP TO GAYNOR
Union Awaits Mayor's Action
While All Brooklyn Lines
President P W Huff of the Conev
Island and Drooklyn Railroad, which I
haa lean crippled by airl'tln condnctora !
and m itornien alnce Katurdny, to-day
announced that nil nlffht service would
be Inaugurated to-n!irht on the Smith
street and Franklin avenue Unea in the
city and that acrvlce to Coney Island
would continue until 11 o'clock.
At the same time the president Issued
o the striking employees whnt Is tak'-n
t a final refuan. tc make pea a with I
them. The statement from the president I
came aa It waa announced that Mayor
. t., M. ,
Oaynor wa. taking up the strike ,ue. !
t!on with Organizer Patrick J. 8hea,
Joseph II Ryan, President of the local j
l,alM -.t .he B.v Vo.h.r J.mea Ilonn. i
hue. who had been asked by the striker
to take a hand for their case.
Representatives of the strikers re
fused to ay what had taken place at
the conference. Father Denehoue, Shea
and Ryan agreed that no statement
should be made. They did aay the
matter waa In the hands of the execu
tive, and they hoped for a peaceable
"We .-nine to obtain peace and a
peaceable settlement," said Shea. "That
was the iraaon for coming to interest
the Mayor In the atrlk. II now re
mains with the clty'a executive and we
Preldent Huff' a etatement raya. In
Conductors and motormen formerly
In the employ of the Coney Island
Brooklyn Railroad Company who
have wages due them ran receive
the a nine by applying to the pay
car at Park Circle between 12 to t
o'clock to-morrow (Wednesday).
Conductors must either return the
combination ticket furnished them
or account for them. Motormen an 1
conductors will also receive their de
posits by returning badges and rule
FIRST RACK Purse MMl two-yetir-
olds. selling, five furlongs Mazard. 11-'
(Orgnd)i -' to 1. .1 to 3 and 1 tn !t. first.
Betty Fuller. ST (Sklrvln), 5 to 1, 2 to
1 and even, second. Iay May, 112 fC
Peak i, C to D, 2 to 3 and 1 to 3. thir l.
Time, 1,04 3-;. Kx striate, Ooldferti.
Twenty-one. California yueen. Norma
Qirl also ran.
UDCOND RACE. -Purse MMl three.
year-olds and up; selling; six and one-
half furlong Alexondria. 107 i How
ard). 1 to 1 to 3 ami out. first Won
der Worker. Ill (C. IVali, lo to 1, 2 to
1 anil .1 to f, second; Slgo, 111 iliryeri.
30 to 1, 4 to 1 anil even, third. Time.
I K. Scarlet Pimpernel. King Pin. P. T.
Clark. Jim ,Jarkeraon and Pet'T Pender
also i m
THIRD RACK- Purse ): t hree-year-
olds und up: selling; six and a half fur-
lonns -Complete. loT iilrand). s to 3, 1 to
and out. first; Seymour Bullet, lie)
(Bargf ), a to 1, 2 to I and even, second;
Films, 100 ii . Peaki. 2 to 1. 3 to and 1
lo 2. third. Time 1.2.1. Rampants. Stick
pin, Bright Stall and Teddy Bear also
FOFRTH RAOK Purse $2.7); three-year-olds
and upward; selling; five
furlongs. Atme Mav, in" (Turner), S to
2, out, and out, won: Anna Casse, 107
(Carroll), ' to l, 2 to l. and even, second;
Klronl, KM iSklrvln). 7 to I, 2 to 1, and
6 to 6, third. Tlme-I.Od. Permllla.
BdlUl Fleer ' and Carlyle also ran
and finished as named.
DUFFERIN PARK ENTRIES.
TVUFFKniN PARK. ToltoNTO, Ont
Aug. 8. The entr'e for to-morrow's
races are as follow:
KIHST HACK Pour nd fine-half fOTlangfl
.I'm- 'Kalrrhlli. s California tjneei. 10
rinatrlat tti Paachette, Ml K.rtiia. as (inid
Yin W TiietiH nee. ilia. Charlie ll'n.en.
Ids 'Norms (llrl. 00: Harden of ltosea Oil.
SaV'ONp RACK Hllag I fit f.irlena.
Klp.nl 10:i rlaK. lis) Alarmed 107. B-llth
Csmiils-ll 107; -lint I'araiseu. 109. nilllant
Hail IWi In Wait, ion.
'rfiiini RACg i" nrrkings. AWziuidra
lfsi llr-isa 102. ntllv Barrel. 1ft-,. Scarlet
Pinuerael lOai ney, IWi Abate, 107
llil..ln. 1 COT ; Uplv9B, 10 tiger Jim. inn,
Tinti gnaw, 112
I'lil ltTll HACK SI fu'lnags -'iaan. ion.
OrmeaoM 102. PTjauer, 102 etawona, 101
I'sinel Mjf lata Kta. 107. Warnar liriaseil,
107 Peter Pender, H MeAnHrawa, 10,
I'll T 1 1 HACK Pit funoiun, IsaheUe I'se.
lot LUMlti lob ue Nngtet. HO. Fleming,
ill el-ike rsit, 111. Id heck. Ill, Taamar-
,-..' Ill' t.oie Watrhea. 110. Hll, IUn- 114
sixth RACE lit; fortoaa. Amr Ma
mi -Kerf gob, iiH.Yr.-a. ml. Tee M. 101 .
ll rare Kimball. 1"7: I'eaarllaa. 10T Herts.
11,7, Sally Ssrasc. 107; Ismaldo, 10,, '..Iuj
'Sr!vi:STfl HACK -Fill nirlnng. -Rnstlrana
loll fflaaOWn, l1'-'; Inatie-ar flanisnl, 10".,
'ithorm lot RaodlVar, Re 'Ilk, 107. Lti)
napsbuni, in"; CieuM, in. c.mgo, 1011, Waa
'i-'irlrrlt ItACK Fits furlrmga aisrtK,ae.l
104 l..ub nrlmar. m7. May Brld, 107
CaTrlhonlOl -"snrlv Hill. lOf" Pie I'll, ion
T-i.i. Hear 10: Uf moeaea, 112, Heiroit. 112
viNTIl fuf'K Blrien-allteenU a mile
"stirkinn 02 'Ixird Well., US, 'Kanfmaj. '17;
ir. i.l il'lirieli . 07 ; Usb. 100, Film,, tut
1-Mlatlen 104 1 awier Miller. 10 . Jislge
thindeo, 107, Ifcwjtlnn, 10,.
lOril IS s, r. - .r .-w-....-
miles Borna.ahe'i'arn lUpoajMiyi nam.
MmrtitbT Welm. 7 . Hi.dkln, 07; Hoed Acre
inn. Sfeoi, lie. AH.-.- H-2. Hrtghi Kar,
10' Itorare T. . lOt; Vanee, 107, Maionla, 107
'viliprentu-e allpwaoca claimed. Weather, clear
Caassaa?aMaaaaJaalaa,a)"aLw 0 i H. t ,,,,, n0.
Special lor Toesitay, the 8th Special or Weil ei day. ihe 9th
W5L STVI" ... lOclHBrnTs lAr
i wi a-
Ban imii mi mix JV
r.sk How and Torllandl street atorea
All our atorea open Heturda
liUk Chocoia.e CovereJ
It ttlinoat Bfen.B (hat milk choral a tf
hml brn Invfiitfd epirlaly to cmt
DiRVAMi With, Th ttlml of tutu
mcv r r ill t w.h th rlolnifai of t tie
.lalrv errant OkOOOlftM
Idi iiMlmdita ot kooiI thhiya.
CALLS ON COURT
TO STOP GIRL'S
Eddie J. Phalen Declares That
Mada Doehler Is An
a el H
J. Pnaltfl of No. 1 Second
lino hll fonnei "lMat glri'
haled before Mairlatrite O'l'.ilUlo In the
Yorkvllle I'olici Court to-day. lie
OhargexJ her WlUl annoying him The
"lest girl" la sc. enteea-vcar-oli Mada
Deablar of No. Mi Secend nvetiuc, who
I In very blond and ery pretty. Rddla
aayi ha'a tenty-one, Btii la
of the He,enty-rtrtt Regiment.
"Your honor," said Phalen. "thla girl
la annoying me and i want it stopped.
Slu.'g nlu'ui . . i. -I tii no!,. 4 M.mt
foollah love leltere ami she cornea down
tn the armory when I'm drilling an. I
" p in the gallery and amllea at
me ami makes me nervous. She cotnag
()Wn " -gJJ work , ud ,,,
m,.. she's stuck on me. I guess, but
that doesn't cut any I e with me."
'"""" " """r "-
some of the letters and Kuitle paaae.i
up a big bundle. Several of them were
addressed to "my dear husband" and
wound up "your dear little wife." Fre
quent reference was made In them to
the writer's tender regard for her loved
one's photograph, which she said she
kept on her bureau all the time.
"IHd yOU write these?" asked the
"Yes. sir," said Made, hanging her
Then Eddie volunteered the Informa
tion that while he had once "had a
caae" on Mada he bad dr-lded that he
really loved Kllzabeth Healey of No.
no.' L'ast Ninety-fourth street much bet
ter Vl.nalieth was In court and was
I notlOOd looking at R'ddle with that soul.
J ful sojftness which betokens an affec
1 t'on deep as the well springs of exlst-
! erce. Fddle alao volunteered the nn
I nouncement thai Mada and Fllzuheth
i l.ad met In Carl Schurg Park last dun-
day rtlarht and had had a battle royal
By this time the Magistrate was get
ting a little impatient and he held up a
it straining hand.
' That s enough of this puppy love,"
he said. "I want you all to clear out of
..ere and get a little sense."
POPE'S CONDITION FAIR.
HIS DOCTORS DECLARE.
ROMK.Aug. 8. Dr. Petaccl, private
phyrlclan to Pope Plus and Dr. Mar
cUafava, consulting phyaldan. visited
the Pontiff ;o-day and mide a thorough
examination of the patient. Later they
described the condition of HI Holiness
as being relatively satisfactory.
WASHING TON. Au. f Pope Ptue
X-, through the Papal Delegate, Arch
bishop Dlomedr Falcon!", has sent hla
Apostolic benediction to the blhop,
clergy and Catholic people of tha United
Slates on the occasion of his corona
tion anniversary. The Pope haa re
ceived many messages, of congratula
tion ami good wishes from all parts of
the United States in connection with
the eighth anniversary of his acoesslon
to the Pontificate.
t HIM ill. ATI.
poi vn mi
one) every eaenlng until
een.ng until I i o't lock.
I I o'elos k.
54 BARCLAY SI
C- Waal BailJa,
29 CORTLAMDT St
PARK row IXifiaaau
fS Z(i6 BROAD WAV
U Uaaaaog vi?a5iT'
The apeclfled iveiarht in fsi-h inalaiKs In-
eludes the ciuitnlner.
CHARLEY CULKIN'S 1
BRAVES TO WHOOP c.lonal
.. xx-- I UaV"
I ii'illUir TTIwaill uaaaaai i" ii.-.
Annual Outing at Coi-
Charley CnlkM, the fifth Assembly
Ulatrlct Tamtnany leader, Will pilot J,
of his braves to Wltxcl a Qrove at Col
lege Point to-morrow on the steamboat
Ulrlua. Wltgaf I best breakfast and din
ner and other refreshments will be
erved. There are to be the usual gamas
for which haiidsonio prises will
Join P. Hilly. Jimat P. McClellaraJ,
David I.. Collins, Patrick Perry and
other members will aaslat In the strenu
ous work of entertaining the lame num
ber of members and the olnne from vis
ltlns district organization
SCALP ITCHEO SO
SHE COULDNT SLEEP
Nor Keep from Scratching. Became
Worse and Worse. In Two Weeks
Rid Completely of Trouble through
"One evnlng while combing my hair, I
noticed n fW brown cruMl.ke inotl on my
scalp and. of course, I thought It was only
I a Utile dust that bad -.tiled there durlnf
the week. So I washed my hair thorourhly
but 1 saw that they wouldn't come cut Then
at the end of Hie uezt week I waslu I my hat
again, and to my atoiil.bniefit I saw not only
thoae few but many more had rome. Then
' my head became worse and woiae. and my
ecalp start.! to Itch terribly, so that 1 could
not sleep nor kep from scratching nty head
"The rnmtllke places later opened and
made sores which bled, and they alao Itched
omethlng terrible. I tried many remedial
but none helped and Instead they made my
head worse. Thla condition of my scalp
kept up for a month, and then one day I
met a friend and aba advised me to uza
Cutlcura Soap and ointment wmrn I did.
In two weeks I was rid completely of flip)
trouble, through Ihe use of the t'utlrtira
Boap and Ointment. 1 am never without
them, for they are my most highly valued
friends." (Signed) Miss Alva Outafon, 877
Becond Ava, New York City. May 17. mil.
Olrl of I a Curad of Pimple.
"When I was about tweli e or thirteen, my
face broke out with pimple. They cams out
In ...mill, and caused rrent dlthsuremenl
' After trying o many remedle without suc
cess, I aw the Cutlcura Ointment advertised
and 1 sent for a box. In a week I aw a
great change In my face, and It rendered a
complete cur. Now you cn not tell I ever
had pimple " (8lgnedi Ml Mabel Moraab,
Dover West. N S . Mar. 31, 1911.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold through
out the world. Send to Potter Drug A Chem.
Corp . Dept. 19 V Boaton. for a liberal sample
ol each, post-free, with U-p. book oa the ikuv
Room Urand Rgpidg (aar
Furniture Outfit .... fbii
ismiiUU off siar lor.
r. Ubra atoaV.
ream. Ulalaa H
Valued at ggOO.UO.
4 :ioom OUTFIT ; ; ; ; ; .it!
We Pa. rrsi.hi ..a as a. a--."
Easy Payment Plan
worth lown WMKly u.
Urand Baolda u,.,nlcuro
We allow on nil ttlaf
Caah Purchageg M.V0
Hrile lor Our Kew BP
Cateloqne, Mailed Free I
FIRST PRIZE Qf-f-O
tSSSnmvr ro thm Moanrk)
$1.25 the cage of 24 bottle
one cent a bottle more than
the ordinary beer. A little
higher in price a great deal
higher in quality.
FOX SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
mm w m f i ai ii jysH 'laf
AUoOlL I'LL Y tNLgLAi-Ul.U
for Cleansing Teeth, healing
Diseased (iums and Throut ;
Destrnving Acids; Germ, and
ALL OKI (.(.I vrs ?Rr.-S0r.
WRITE FUH SAMPl.K.
I'ae oared Uy laeorporatesl llentlat. V.T.
.Vi'itntj Slip Cotara, '..i.iit
.men. i-st 14th St fv
i iltt-r1n Co., Ill W. I4f
. : iti. itliona "fiftfl -,hl'i
Write or phoM. man Mil
Wd full Mnr r( -t-
CAB Hi IK 0OLVM A V, aged 31 ynr.
i'rl'.atf servlcr m thu K'umrui Ohurtli
KrunK K. 1'aiiiprn i 11m. n.ilf. 1 r. ; t-riiic
lrnantt Ina. V I or. da.
Hi.Nst HKfc.-JUarH. ton of Abraham
PUttaffJ ffOW III L'nlon uv Hnini.
WeihuBilay AUf. ! .it 1 l ,. m
HI Itl'll i . n 1 1 i ( 1 ;i y mornlna Aub 0
MM I. BIISDOBT DOUQHBRT7. belova4
wife o I A ii u ra N Murphy.
Funeral Iroai hT late rfaldnre. 1 I
nuui tt .. i.uiigt laiand City. Raqulaaa,
ii. h .ii si Pairaba tMnirrh (gfatta U
an4 City. Wednesday. m i y
a. UUtrmtBl Calvary.
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