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THE EVENIHO WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10,
retletry day lo regleter. Upon receiving
rtpty that they would here to epp.- ir
in i oti a writ of inandam.n (II
ought from Supreme Court Justice Da
rUJ rumpelllng th Inepeetora to
re4l!:- their ntinti wlthoat reremal
ij.p n'lon. Justice Dp Angelte stalled
;h application and, th Appellate Dlvle
lon, K.irtl. Pi'partment, sustained his
Kx Senator Klon R. Brown, their
iut'el, earrlerl the ease to the Court
nf Appcale. Ill" rontentlon IM that
Be pi nlilon vlolati'4 Article 2. S ti n
I of the constitution, whlrh provides
thai the votera in city anl village! f!
ees than e.000 Inhabitants lhall not
Tqu.reil to "apply In person for regie
i .alien at the fir at meeting of the fl
wri having charge of the regletry of
WAV FOR FUSION
The ruling of tha hlerhest ettata DOWN
OB the Levy Election law 1 heefi
alraUe.l here with ejtrcme Inti rest, he.
natiee hal the law heen upheld It uld
Ifgve prevented fusion at the nlog
Jite and county elect wno. The law
a opposed by the llspuhliran Count
Irimtloo and the IskdaaienilWlnO
rty. and tv Rspubllcag oonrantlone
Were postponed In bOBoo of a favorable
IJTo-iniirrosr nlsht there will be n meet
feW of rcpreflontetlvel of the loeal He
Mil nn nrganli.itlufi. the Independence
LeaK-ii" Hi,' I'ttl.ens' T'nlon and two
depr ndent Republican organisations
m Krookjyn, to work out a f union pro
gramme for united opposition '" 'I"
Democratic organliatln It la espe-ted
that fualon candidate will he BOMl'
nat I for the Aaaeintily and county of-
tm. and posalbly for Justice el the
'President Mltchsl of the Board of Al
djirmeci, discussing the decision, said:
'It vii a good Dung and a to he
parted It I good to know that ef
fort" to defeat popular electlona have
Comptroller ITendergaet sal ' briefly,
fa he nodded aaaent to President
pm" IHUIlitl. "11 !. N.2 il.i
crowns the work."
FREEflY THE JURY
Frederick Hickey Acquitted at
Trial on the Charge of
A romarksMe criminal trial came IB
a eloae In the Court of CSeneral Ses
sions hefore Judge Malone this ufter-
noon when Frederick Hickey waa
iv i.-ie.i . the charge of manplaughtar
In the ttrsl degree. Hickey was J.mitor
of the ap.irtmenl house at No. SO' Vet
i "em -ninth street, end on May II shot
Martholomew i'elueo. fifteen yeara old.
i member of a nang of boya that had
hen annoying him Peluao died on
May ! In Dower Hospital. Hickey In
the meantime had given hlmaelf up. .,.
The policeman who waa fleet on .tie
s.one after the shooting of Pelueo
found eight boya who said they eaw trie
hooting. In order that their stories
might be told while their memorise were
fraah the policeman had ea."h lad write
out Ida recollection of ma scenes et
tending the trouble
These eight accounts of the shooting
freed In the main and were wojjfler
fiflly clear and oonclee They formed
the bulk of the case against Hickey.
For the detente Abraham Ievy.
UJrV.rj a coumel, brought out tl'.ul boy,
of the neighborhood of Eighth avenue
end oFrty-nlnth etret were In the
habit of tipping over Mickey's afli and
gartug ecane and of hroaklng A'lndowa
On May li, the evidence showed, the
boya were more i xaneratlng than
iual II!ckel drove thoin avay aev
eral time, and finally got a revolver
when th egnnK threw an cmptf Kar
baga pall throUKh a window of the
house Then the Janitor Orel, ua he
aid, "wildly" and young l'eluao
Many wltneeiea were !ntrod,uced for
tea defenae to testify to lllckey'n ood
oharacter Mr Levy auceeedel In
ehewlng the Jury that the MOUaod
Janitor waa a irood, quiet, homelortag
man woo bacanie exaitperated beyond
eeduranoe under repealed ertaeki and
flns4ly reaorted to d aath' measurei, no
1th Intern to kill, but w!h Intent to
Ilk-key ha :i wire and two little
children. There waa an affectlriK rc
utlon of the family In tha rourtl i
' hIi thi .i - 1 mi! -. . -.' !': , o.
ALMANAC FOB To ltY
see rtM 1.04 .- .' tela Ml raMi, e
llu . H star,
ieb i" io i.i
lOemer't Uliind . . :i nr. P 20
Jl (3sl Ill tA 1 1 III
'aTVi r (I
1 H .i i.i
.t-' r B
"Apartment to Let"
IT WILL SAVE YOU
Time, Energy and Moc2j
The World's ."Apartment to
Let'' AdvcriiMuiieiiU jefor
you the gicatcst variety of
All prices, sliss and locations
JANITOR WHO SHOT
BOY ANNOYER SET
40,000 ITALIAN TROOPS
SAIL ON 60 TRANSPORTS
10 OCCUPY ALL TRIPOLI
Meet of Warships Guards
Army Now Heading for Ter
ritory Seized from Turks.
ONL: FORCE IS LANDED.
First Expeditionary Contingent
Which Left Naples Last
Week Now in Tobruck.
rtfMK, Oct 10-erhe first Italian ex-
petitionary force which left Naples
Oct. waa landed at Tobruk. Tripoli,
to-day It emitted of Infantry, artll
lory and a compnny of englneera.
The greater part or the Italian army
erpedltlon la now at .ea en route for
Tripoli. Thla waa lenrned from urn
age In conventional language that
neapr! the cenaor. A big contingent
comprising the large! part of the tOtsJ
force p i I from Naplea InHt night and
another fleet of trnnsrta left Taranto
A Allt.. 'B. t- e...A l.nnn. Will
i. turn .u lu ....... t asaHWl .r-i-a '
l-jiart from Agoeit to-night. Theae
three groupa will agoenlblfl ,n one eaat
of Malta. Frry ItNIIM oolilleri on
Ixty. tranaporn are said to be on their
The landing of a whole army corpi
n Tripoli le looked upon ae one of the
moat, difficult operatlona of the war
deaplte the fart that little fear of an
attack by the enemy le entertained.
Accordingly every precaution looking to
the ssfety of the troop ha been taken
and the atrlcteat eerrecy maintained
even aa to the number of tranaporta
employed, the hour of their aalllng,
and the Identity of the warahlpa racort
:ng them Any meaaage directly or In
directly referring to the military opera
tloue la forbidden transmission In any
part of the country unleaa It hae the
aanctlon of the official rensor.
The battleship convoy coven a moving
area one mile wide, and five mllen long.
Within thla quare the troop-laden ves
ela appear eruro from any danger
except the evi;r-preeeiit one of a violent
Once safely lnnded off the Trlpolltan
eoaat la la expected that with a favor
able sea the troopa can be landed In
two day Dana for this have
long maaing. n is lavwa mat me gen-
eral gtaer lias maoe a atuny or me
landing of the Hrltlah troopa at Ismalla,
Egypt. In 1W2, aleo of tha American
for. . i In Cuba In W. and of the Jap
aneae In Corea In 1K4. with a view to
avoiding n;i) mlatakee that may have
beru made at thoae times.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oot 10. At a
cabinet council to-day It waa decided
.ii i,.u.n ,.,., ii,,..., -.1
" ' ,
and acholaitlc eetabllahmente In Turkey
anu to aetxe Italian sieamera.
LOMDOftfi Oct. 10. The correspondent I
of the Chronicle at Conetantlnople tele-
graphs that the latest Turkish note to
the 1'owere waa so conciliatory In tone
that Germany hae decided with the'
other governments to renew her ap
proaches at Koine, for an understand
ing. Some of the answers received by
the Porto from , the 1'uwers last night
ar favorilhla lo Turkey's request.
Re ports Croiu lletx.hail that two Ital
ian cruisers were destroyed, and from
Derna that two Itaaan torpedo boat
degtfoyere had been blown up by mines
are In cii.ulatlon but have not been
SENT TO BELLEVUE
FOR SANITY TEST
(Continued from Fire! Page).
brief eoaferoMe spoke to Mre
( i tuieeo.
"I have decided to commit you
Bi lie ie." t.e said.
"If you da I'll erpetl to t'le Herman
Bmperor." cried the young woman
1 on'., iin )u.ii,: Handling lire If )uj
1 1 la me If you do euon a thing, 4 i
you know what yo i eredewff Voa are
:;,kiiij; my in i .iilon."
"I realize this, madam." aald the
f'ourl "I r. -Uli the srrloueness ol
your klttietlea, KVI I am simply com
rnl'.'lng yo.j to Iltilevue In order thit
'be l t.s tne can determine
. or not ... ere In your right
How ear. any one (it inside my ml 1
d Bnd that nut"' agelajmef) Mre. Von
III ., sia. .'.In; up and fa. lag the
leglltrnle. "I mh a damned emarl
'Oman. I n far above all of you. lu. :
in eicU of tale, 0ome. yawiere. let
"' ' here," ami the young women
. i . u;ii of Aitnv uv ltoblnson and
in'.. u; the aisle, ihe wet permitted
: tr to Pal tvue In the c istody of her
foontel a'il sho wen! quietly a'd so.
belly efter Ike left the oeurj room.
f Mid Knlla Into Uoiifli e.
While plrvinr a:o :rd n bor..1te at
, One Huud.xd nid Slxtltth I'.rcet and
Trinity evaue to-ie four-: oi -..'.i
ift: iri f 4frinpi rf No. U r-s: On
Hundred und llgttelh etreel fell Into
I the netnee. His eompenloni ra n ewav
leereaatlaf. FoUeen-.ea McOuire pleggd
ihe enaoegcleuf cnlld from the fii
I The .-hllJ w as lerriWy burnel
IDA VON CLAUSSEN
mmf OADBKI, WHO
ARRIVHD TO-DAY FOR
BBABON OF OPF.RA.
aVH axa -i
OF ACQUITTAL AS
(Continued from First Page.)
fortify the record with Irrefutable evi
dence of prejudice befolre making a mo
iled which Judfe lloileirrias' already
Indtcatwl tha: he will refuse.
Halh sides are ready for the trial; the
preliminary Jockeying for position lies
urdV'' and the light for tho freedom of
thk McN'Htnara Prothera will continue
to (h() t)l(,.r n(1
GREAT THRONGS WILL ATTEND
When Judge Walter llordwell calls tho
trial ut 10 A. M. to-morrow, only flfty
fbur veniremen will respond to their
ne,ua, all the others of the tlrst venire
halg leeii excused yesterday :er vari
ous reasons It seenis, howi'ver, fruni
the attitude of the fifty-four remaining
that It Is unlikely that even a tentative
Juror will he ICOUred from the list. It
will bu necessary, however, to exhaust
the oilglnal panel of lzj before aummon
leg a second vanlra.
. ...iron,, .nil me
r It, tli. i.i.i I. I-.- - - - . ,
oeinand tor eats probably the great-
, , lh erlmlaal history of the coun-
try. imimnse crowds are exumted In
and nround the court loilliling during
'"e iriai or tne cases and the greatest
the trial of th
prcciullnnH me being taken to prevent
demonstrations to-morrow during the
iranerer or the Mi Njinain brothers lo
and from the Hull of Ite ords.
BOW aiues are resorting lo ruses 'o
Oonoaal Inun i nch other their Intentions
regai ding the trial und the entire case
will probably be conducted In n hae of
MteCy. The city Is lllled with detee
VVMt employed by both the S'ate and
uerense to waich tii,. ::ttoineys uml wlt-
I lleSSHS of the other vide
Meanwhile, however, the State's star
sleuth, William J. Burns, the greatest
flguro ut tin trials, outside of the two
defendants, in not yol arrived on the
erne. lie is expected to-night, when
he will take entire ohuig,- of the pres
entation of the States evidence, Juat
es Detective McPgrttgnd was In charge
of the Sun Wltneeeei during ihe 11. iy
wood trial .it Boles.
WANT JOHN M'NAMARA TRIED
The di rense is doing everything poaii-
1 le lo for.e tho Stnle to place John J
MoNemarg on trial ilrst, banking heav
ily on li! i inral .ippcur.iiice, wh. u
brepoei 'Shi:,, and Uio on Ike feo that
In his c ise, conspiracy must he proved,
bolh shies admitting that be was never
in l.ga Anccles.
The pi , , it on Is In a quandary. It
bellevee Ihel the IrlaJ of James M x-
luaia Ilrst Is the better move, hut fears
the effect on Ihe eenUaieni ol the co in
try al lue if it postpone! the union
Off i Inl's ordeal, when n seems ne eg
sary lo Justify the manner in which he
was brought here from IndlenepoUe, it
is betteved, however, thai Dlitroi Attor.
ne, rrederi k win nnelly decidd to Hsu
evei vi , n. n tha iheetng made dur.n ;
ihe trial of Joiner UoKemera.
DEAD BURGLAR IDENTIFIED
AS FORMER JUNK DEALER,
Tae i y of the b.irglir who was
kills I yeeterday i Policemen Breaecae
v' en1e avenue tiatlon, when
t r. moil v.er." rjutud Irnm U.u base nent
el N . ! ! nn.- Hu ndred and
Thirty evi i etreet while they wire
drlUtrii I'.te sfe of Ihe I'nftSd Cigar
. ..... , pan of No, Ml Hast one
Hun In I ... TWrtyeeventh itreet, was
Idsntlfled . ill af temoi .t as hgt of
lis:.:-.- C pi ntea of No, 'lis Uherty
avenue .T :. I, r. I
Ji.i.:;. HO .tan of NO. ID HI karsfee-J-ir.gln.
seld that ihe mnn bed bci n
a ii.k .'. i', In partnership at on
lime wrttl Fhille Cohen nf No Si."' i.ib.
Ilreti Jemiioe. Cooperman had
tn n th e-'.int-y for ssvn y-r
nd Wat re srtc i se i ..: wife who,
ie -a lies te ' !'e p lee, '.eft kUi whi a
la" r- ' i' at e w . i , gaged ,n
. .a eperailone.
Tr.. ill , hi Vi not per side to find
any ro; al i of ihe intn on'r th name
I ven, end there ne Rneer print rtc
rU it an; prerleui arifBi.
ON BIG LINERS
Custom Men Kept Busy Try-1
ing to Handle Enormous
Throng on Ships.
MRS. HUNTINGTON HOME
Widow of Railroad Magnate
Once Paid $48,Ouo Duty,
and Holds Record.
WHIl the arrival In port to day of the
Krnnprlmeesln Cecllle, tbe Her. In and
the llheln. the North Uerman Lloyd
Steamship i''imimny had assembled In
thess waters, together with Its other
boats, a total tonnage of 103,500, making
the largest tonnage of one transatlantic
steamship company ever gathered In
New York Harbor at nny one time.
This was a record breaking day for
transatlantic travel tn many other res
pects. In addition tQ the three Lloyd
liners that arrived thla morning, the Rot
terdam, of the Holland Anon . 1. ne.
came In with III cabin passengers, mak
ing the tola! cabin arrivals for the day,
11,582, exclusive of those who were aboard
the half doren coastwlser who came
throuah the Narrows directly behind the
Not even during the first and second
weeks of September, when tbe home
coming hegirg I at Its height, were the
custome Inspertore so herd put to It ae
they were to-day, and they hailed with
detlgbl the advent on the Kronprlnzee
sln .'ecllle nf Mrs Coins 1. Huntington,
who la on the t'ustom House honor roll.
Mrs. Huntington, tbe widow of a rail
road magnate, who w'ris famed as one
of America's big railroad "four," has
emblaioned on her ehlelJ: "Never Cheat
I'ncle Ham." When ehe arrived last fall
be paid over the sum of M.ooo, the
largest duty ever collected from an In
dividual. Thla time her declaration wae
for only M.000.
On the same steamer was Mine. Jo
hanna Uadskl, who le to create at the
Metropolitan Opera House the leading
rolee tn two new German operue, "Ver-
slegelt," by Leo Bloch of tho
n .. iaC
Opera llonse, Ilerlln, and "Lobetanz,
by Thlule. She leaves for a brief con
cert tour through the West this after
noon and, before ahe appears at the
opera house, will be heard In a recital
a- Carnegie Hall. Mme. HedgkL who
In private life la Mra. Tausrher, trav
elled with her husband and her seven
teen-year-old daughter. Lotte, and has
fully recovered from the serloue Illness
from which ehe wae suffering when she
went abroad. She was so III when she
snlled that she bad to be carried aboard
hip in a stretchor. In Berlin ehe un
derwent an operation.
Ogden Llvlngaton Mill, tr. asurer of
the Republican County Committee, who
recently married Margaret Rutherford,
the daughter of Mrs. Willie K. Vander
bllt. at lier home near Paris, was bub
bling over with questions concerning the
fete of the Charter and the Olttln's race
track bill when he lauded other paaseti
gers were laeac Guggenheim, and Fer
nend Almsnz, atsge director of the Chi
c&go Opera House
A Plnkerton detective went down the
bay this morning to go aboard the Rot
terdam for a good look at Samuel Her
zo. chaffeur for Mrs llrokaw-Flacher,
ex-wlfe of Csrl Flscher-Ilansen, the dlsl
barred lawyer. Why, the detective
would not ay. and Chgffe ur Herzog ex
plained to Mrs. Flrokaw-FI. her that he
had been arrested, through mistaken
Identity. In Roulogne No arrest was
made on ship board, but the Plnkertoii
man left the dock saying that his men
was In New York and would lie arrests I
during the day.
Among omer passengers on tne itotter
dam wns A. If, Feanfre. who for the
past three and n half vears ha been
American Minister to The Hague and
lately transferred lo Cuba. Mr Keaufre
expreased his regret over the chanue. and
will spend some time In this country be
fore going to his new post.
WOMEN WORK FOR VOTE
IN CALIFORNIA ELECTION.
SAJ FR VN't "1SCO, Oct. 10. California
to-day voted on twenty-three proposed
amendments to the 8lale constitution,
thrte of them providing for female suf
frage, the recall of all Ktate, county or
city oltl-lals, Including the Judiciary,
and the Initiative and referendum. The
recall und the Initiative ami referii
ilum amendments were urged strongly
by Gov. Johnson,
Tho equal suffrage BUOfetlon Wei t lie
subject of much activity. Men proml
ncnt In the political and
stumped the II He
irofnlnenl euffr i
ulna from other parte ! t tie l ulled
Btatei cime lo California to aid the
one provides for mak.ng the ludgee of
the district court of app.-ais subject!
to Impeeohment. another enfergee t ie 1
i iwere ami memberehlp of the railroad
. no in oilier inoo'im-ii ii : i .
I'.ml.-s.on and unother makes the rail-
mad commits!. hi s pulilie service i
Btlggloa. Aleo there is a provlsloi
make '.he rgllroid POKmlgeloll an
In each Ogee it requires a Iwn-thtul
majority to make tU proageed .iinen. I
The ipOCtOCUlar feature o? the day
at the p ill wss Ihe effort of the women
:n gain the rluht of suffrage.
LAUREL. PARK FINISHES.
rifttrr RAffE Puree, fgoo; tno-yegr.
nils: six furloa i , Haaallton, 101
irtnceney), S to 1, 5 to 1 ntul 4 to 5,
"on by a head, l'liant. Its) (Ohcrl), J
la 5. S to R anil out. tei-und, lii-y, 1(0
(Byrne), to t. to 4n i j v i", t jrd
ri.nr-l 15. Alio ran and RnUhed a
niini ' - arr.e!lls. cons-ti-siiman. James
N.I i Mad Ulver.
.-UH'i iNI RACK I'T'v, fW; two
yegr0ldf fit eand a -vilt furlnna
fitai Jaianiine, 112 (Byrne), im i, i 10
j ar.d out, won, Fog Lags, 115 'Sec
ney), ' to ", 7 10 5 and i to ... second:
Irlihiown, 107 lAnlresii, 15 lo 1, a to I
and 3 lo 1. third Time 1.08 s-. Aleo
ur und f.n's.isd aa n irned Promised
LJinil, bhreve, lifnclenc;, Hefubfr'ail. (
STARTS BADLY ON !
Soars Under ldc;il Conditions
But Is Quickly Forced
PLANE ENGINE BALKS.
Crowd at Nassau Aerodrome
Watch Failure to Fly to
Earl Es Ovinglon, the last of the
flyera scheduled to Journey by air to
the Pacific Coaet, got off with a bad
start to-day from the Nassiu lloulevsrd
aerodrome. He was all tuned up for his
preliminary aerial sprint to Governor's
Island, whence he planned to make hie
big etart for San Francisco.
It was Ideal wing weather
n.i , - - - - - ,
- p..,. nip ,,,,, i 1 1 ii, in l l
hangar this morning and began to tune
her up for his big cross country fllht.
The engine, he declared, was working
perfe.tly, and there were only a few
little adjustments to make. The ma
chine Is the same monoplane In which
he hae been rouralng aerially between
Nassau Houlevard and Mineola.
ESCORTING FLYER FAILED TO
TAKE THE AIR AT ALL.
There wae n hlg crowd oti the lawns
of the aerodrome to watch Ovlngton
etart an. I It wae announced that an
Aviator named Martin would take the
air with him and aot ae hie escort to
Shortly after 111 o'otock. Owlngton took
hie seal at tho pilot wheel and began
fondling the levers. He ran the engine
and teeted hie eparks, but he didn't
go up. There waa scarcely t zephyr
stirring, and reporta from the mid
section oetween Naaaau Houlevard and
Oovernor'e Island were that there was
no wind to epeak of.
Finally, at a few minutes past 11, Ov
lngton gave the signal that all wae In
readiness and hie engine leaped Into
action. In another second he had gilded
off the ground and wae climbing grace-
ruiiy into ne air. Tne crowd cheered
anil I ImImiI III. - H - -,..
. . . iss nu
ssjrno expecieu Aviator Martin to Join In
the (light were disappointed, that bird
man having decided at tho last minute
not to fly.
CIRCLES TWICE AT 100 FEET,
THEN BACK TO EARTH.
Ovlngton ascended about one hun
dred feet, swung around In a graceful
circle, awung back In another circle and
then alowly warted back to earth. His
engine had developed some kink that
was entirely unexpected and. tempo
rarily at least, the flight was off.
For the past month Ovlngton has been
preparing for his etart. It was his Inten
tion te etert yesterday morning, but he
did not consider the weather entirely
favorable. A special train, carrying
many extra parts and mntors, has been
In readiness to start from one Hundred
and Thirtieth street on the New York
Central tracks since last Saturday.
Ovlngton plans to follow the Hudson
Valley to Albany, making hie tlrst land
ing at l'oughkeepale.
Ovlngton plans to eerve aa an aerial
mall carrier throughout hla transconti
nental flight. He will also give exhibi
tions of blrJmanshlp at various stops
and expects In this way to make the
(light more than pay for Itself.
Twelve ears ago Ovlngton was a
moter boy for a New Y'urk electrical
concern. He decided to get an atoe
tries! education, gave up nls Job anl
entered tbe Masaachuaette In.-iltute of
Technology. He worked his way
through that school and got a degree
as electrical onrlneer. He secured his
air pilot's license In Franco a few
NEW PRESIDENT CHOSEN
FOR F0R0HAM UNIVERSITY.
l"e Hev. Thomii J. JvVCluskL'y
Succeeds the Rev. Daniel J.
The Rev. Thomas J. Mo 'luskey, for
merly President of 8t. Kraiuls Col
pygOi No. 30 West Sixteenth itreet, waa
elected and Installed as President of
fordherr Vnlverelty to-day. lie u
cetds " tlvv. Iianiel J. Qulnn, whose
resignation alio was announced to-day.
The Hev. Mr. gulnn will become as
sistant to the Hev. Thomas J. Shealey,
who ll in CherfS of the Men's llelreat
Movement 0 I rttaten Island.
Announcement of the change was
made immediately after the installa
tion, whh h took pleei In the university
auditorium. The official Installation wIM
be made neat Wednesday,
The Bev. Mr. Qulnfl nae eeea Preei
of the aalverelty for six years
placed bun on football at the te
I eel ear. at the close or ine Bel
The University I not represented
gridiron thl seaPou.
Flakiness in ever crust with
Presto, the SalfRaliiB Flour,
Trs- this recijun 1 14 cups Prettoi I
cup ihorteniBgi (cuplcwlwfi i
WlthekslU cu! up lard r.ndPretlo Inle !
email hits. Moisten lishtlv; tur n I
the board not touching sflth the fleaere
Turn J iuh and OOOtieue rolling, tak, ng
rare la roll 't hosn yu. Roll thin, fill,
aud bake la quick c ven
Mvlpe in parkaje.
TUB H O COMrAriY, Buffalo. H. Y.
FREED FOR FOURTH AT PQL0 GROUNDS
TIME SINCE ATTACK
Yiddel November, First Named
in Magistrate'! Vice Crusade,
Safe Under Pistol Law.
Yiddel November, the Allen street sa
loon keeper who figured af the premier
victim of Magistrate t'orrlgan's vice
crusade last winter, was acquitted to-
' -"championship, thore atlll remains a
the charge of having a deadly weapon enance for the Gotham fan. This be
in his possession. came known to-day when i Heerotaty
I. was ns a result ot Miglstrate Cor- I William M Gray, of the New Tork
rlgan's uticrances that November's Al- Baseball Club, announced that deeplte
Jen street saloon wae a hangout for the avalanche of mall appllcatlone for
crooks that the police brought off a tlcketa there are atlll a lot of eeats
sperlaculer raid. The fruit of thai raid
ha been nil, especially In the case of
First he was charged with perjury and
I errelgned before Magistrate UoAdoo
Case dismissed. Then ne w-ns tried In
I Special Srssolns on e eliaruc of Iropalr-
ing the morals of a
chlld. Case dla-
I IHlHVil. Ann lilt SHI WflU
trlel on n
charge of selling liquor without a license.
In the case tried to-day by Jil-tlces
Mayo, Keller and Kyan, it developed that
November had a revolver lu his posses
sion only to Ibe extent that snld revolver
rested on the shelf of a closet in i room
in November's Allen street saloon.
GREW LIKE TULIP
(ConHnueJ from First Tags)
Don't ewallow any of that
Several of the others had morsels o!
the etew in their mouth. Thev. too
showed varied emotions on their face.
. . . .....
none ol ernisn eprejei delight or eat-
isfactlou. There was a general pushing
back of chairs and the family departed
from the table In a rush There waa a
re-assembly half an hour l iter of every
body except Mre. Jackson, who was
the only one woo had swallowed any
of tho peerless Delia I concoction. h
wns so ill she l ad to lie down.
"Delia,'' asked Mr. Jackson in all
the Impressive dignity of his elx-foo:
athletic frame and his roundest pulpit
voice, "what did you put In that a;ew?"
DELIA SAI.) OH I WOULD SHOW
"Ay tank." said Delia calmly, "I han
beseer eiiow you what ban in It." She
,ui apparently impressed with the idea
that something had gone wrong and
wanted to be trlct'.y accurate in tracing
In solemn gagging procession ehe le i
the minister and hie children back to
the refrUerutor and ihOWed them the
shaved bones of the cold roast. She set
out before them the pepper, salt and
Hour from the shelves. She led them
down the cellar eta'.rs and pointed dra
matically to the potato barrel and
She marched across the cellar floor
and pointed out the spot where Mr
Jackson had kept the choicest of ills
niported and blended tulip bulbs.
It watn't a bit funny at the time,
nut the Jaokeon family, now that their
Illness Is over, are beginning to grin
a little over it, And us for Ihe neigh
bor a volunteer gleo club gathered
jnder the pasior s study window lost
evening and sati siftly:
"Oh, the Irish and the Dutch
They don't amount to mucn.
"H-o-o-r-a-y for the Skan-der-hoov-San!"
No speeches Of gratitude were made
alior the serenade.
THIS IRISH STEW
BUT WOULDN'T DO
. ... ... 1 l'-t'iVi
I t-i FREEVWT
ilinoun Purity ' gjfr M
Known Value eA M Ik. ,
Known Etonomy fAM ! ' st- Lpholsjrry Cb.
INDIA AND CEYLON
Special (or Tuesday, the 10th
leenBTKl) siT e
(III HAM ! HUVKf, Vllf
I'lll Ml ll(i J.
1 an. Hue
ami (nilljnill Itreet ..rr
All i-iir liire otien m
Yiiik (hoculale Covered
IrU mi N' -
))lf( i int , Hfrntt
triBuv crtitrtj. Our
re!lilUlil MiU I'll! i ll! ftl 111
oaei th rlo)inW a-'ouiut
llfied weiahi In sch
PLENTY OF SEATS
FOR PUBLIC SALE
Glanll! Secretary Says Mail
Orders for World's Series
Didn't Take 'Em All.
Hesp'te calamity howdera who have
Inelsted that several million Ill-starred
fans are going to be left In outer dark-
nees when the Mrdraw and Meailll-
cuddy braves battle for the world's
unaold, and that the advance sale
'1 oursday will be held deaplte reporte
to the contrary.
This salo will be held on the eecond
floor of the St. James Building, No. 1113
Broadway, beginning at H o'clock to
morrow morning. There Is no reetrlrtlon,
except Police Department regulations,
ae to the time the line may form. By
the time the sale actually start the
columns of would-be ticket buyers
should bind the St. Jam. s Building
much In the manner of the well known
woollen erring. If. going to work Thurs
day, a Oothamlte should rind a line of
fannlsh looking Individuals cooling their
heels down around Corlears Ho k, he
may know It Is part of the string of
applicants for "WOild serious" tlckete
Tho imt of .. ruin of mull annllert-
tlons sifted Into headquarters to-day
and the big staff of clerks heaved a
profound sigh of relief. While there Is
still enough work remaining to keep
them busy day and night the remainder
pf the week they at least have an Idea
of what they are "up agalnat." No at
tempt hu been nude to count the
amount of money that has poured n
or even the number of letters, so no of
Bl Inl Ilguree were forthcoming.
fjetween jumps Secretary Cray said
however, that he Is certain that after
ail of these have been taken enre of
there will still be a good-aired hundh
of pastelhoards remaining. He woub
not say. however, thai there will bi
enough to go all the way around, so it
will be the proverbial early bird who
will enjoy the feast.
A large number of mall applications
slid Cray, have been returned ag either
falling to comply with regulations ir
savorlrsg of "speculator." A Iire nurn
brr of fane aleo forgot to have their
checks certified ar.d these, too. wen:
whence they came.
Weary special policemen I gain to-day
guarded the portals to the Ulitits
he ubinarter end It was Indeed a for
lunate person w ho got within the sa
red precincts. The mob of fans wa
L still In evidence a. id at llktyeecondl In
tervals tiny ogam itarueo mey couiu
NOT buy tickets now.
Within the offlcei the clerks worked
with feverish haste sorting mill. The
tb ket arrived to-day and tbe distribu
tion of them to those who ordered by
mill win begin to-morrow.
. no. i pec in lor i ii.s ni'Ci
Mission Tables, 4Sx30 with drawer,
massive lens, were ft3 now...J6.Vs
Arm Cluir and Kocker, Urge and
roonty, upholittred in tbint father,
were S now, . j.7
Odd sets of liimng Room an.i Ue.lroom
Furniture, equally low.
Axminster Kug, high grade, 14x90 In.,
were fS.So now I4.
Oriental American, 9x11.9 ft, weie
$36 now .$21.0
Brunei Raalela Paeallaro mi factor
Prices, ,i I 'ii nil l nrt llnol.lei
eui on reqeiest,
Lennon & Com any,
IM-1,.,11 rl. ' lil .11., nr. I.esltlvlon At.
I Trade Murk. I
Specia' lor Wednesday, the lllh
I'lll Ml BIIV
t MIX Ol VI T, t I I II I Ii
MAKSIlai II I OWj.
rni mi BO
eneil run eVenlPf entll It oVIu
in eienles innil tl n'eluek.
54 PAR CLAY Sf
39 COnTLAKDT ST
PA RUR0W'& NAC5AU
IA7 Wss All 5T.
x I'-ai-.'-. v sli
Inst mcf IncludBB the cu'Hul.itr.
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 Cm.
First Application of Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment Allayed Itching,
Psoriasis Has Disappeared
"Allow me to say a few words In nriko
of the Cutlcura Rrrnedle. About three yeeri
ego, 1 wae afferted by white scales on my
knees and eibow. i ronMiltrd a doctor
who trcr."-d DM for ringworm. I saw no
rhanro and rousultrd a sperlall.it and he
claimed I I ad psorlals. I continued treat
ments under him for about fix months until
I saw scales breaking nut all over my body
save my face. My tcnlp was affected, and
my hair began to fall, I then changed
doctors to no avuil. 1 went to two hospi
tal and each wanted to make a study ol
the case and seemed unable to rure It or
aure mo of a cure. 1 tried several pot
ent mrdlclnes and was finally advised by
a friend who has us.d Cutlcura on her
children slnrij their birth, to purchase
the Cutlcura Remedies. I purrhavd a cuie
of Bcp, the Ointment and Hie neovgnt.
After tha Erst application, the Itching woe
"I am still oslng the Soap and Ointment
and now feel that none other Is good euougH
for my tkln. The psoriasis has disappeared
and I everywhere led belter. SIv haadi
Were so dinlrured before using Ihe Cult"
cure Remedies that I had to wear rlovei
all the time. Now rr.v bode ar.d hands are
looklnn flne."(Slrned) II;iSaral3nmett.:t35
ritiWiterSt., Philadelphia. Pa., Sept. 30, '10.
Although Cutlcura Sosp and Ointment aro
sold throuc'.iout tile World, a lih ::l sample
ef each, with ;,2-p. book on the skin will be
ent free, on application, to I' "tcr Drug 4)
Chcm. Corp., Dept. 1311. Boston
I'l ItK tt III I K
am) nut xr hit
SPECIAL FOR TQ-D,Y
200 Single Stone
tvclfhlng 1-2 rarat each,
set In solid 14- Cfl
kt. guld scttUig.
I'hia ie less than on r-half their
regulor v.ilua. IFYt.UCANDU
PLK Al F. THESE DIMOND or
double this price , wa will reiund
Bi y I irect from Hie Di" oni full ri
and save the m H leme -. U
Venr ('.in Innil I W,
KS1 ABl.l-ll HI" 1IHI
Write Us For Hals
Thore Ii enu-.-ii Roadoa'i Cetlffhal
Jolly In this free sample for severaldeya?
treutment en',utli loglvi iii.iant rebel
trom i '.. I In ilia hee 1 of n.i.n eaterrh.
Tlil w ipdcrful. pure rcme.ly on Ksnl
tary luboi i a nppi.e,! eiiieci lo tho raer
eui f .-.I. ,. It Is ho se it;i"itf an I liealinc
that It gives laetanl relief, ami It con
tinue.1 use willeurepermanenilrall lorra
pf catarrh. Over U.00Q drugglsti sell It
la 25c sncl SOc tube. Doctor, n irsos,
Oruggletl rseomeien-l It. Evcncur him.
1 1. Will c un du e you. A.k ynur drug,
gist or Writ! today fur free sstnple.
Condon Mannfarturlnn Co.
cK!fijSS. 2c a Me
"Such Lovely Hair!"
Thi popular hu;n-- .i ! BhiiniTiOo"
nl1. il rorih 1 hl re-iii t ; U a htn I Wn f r!-. :idl
lllett. "Whl lok ' U hhh ' W ti v a . t heiV
V"U been dtilni f Thi I'tun -n 'hi le-coni
ot ti e wu n-pli-fl : "I nuvf In - n ualrifl a
uliupltr lu'iiit -iii.i.i-' 'Jrv i liitnppo Ol 'ittarlv
a mnn ih nyc . anl ibI1 v f do bt llBva I;
ha i raiir foriitf d m aDDtfaraDQ j v hair
Wat By t r 1 li af k tl,.! nil'. e ' I ii'id IllftraV
en tntt 1 i t i'l ilfBoalr. I tun
iiu i in tl ut th4 -I 'in tori - i". .ii : o
nn - Dttg !.ifit- DDBVdpr I'M otitic M of
POM ' orrll root, ntlxr-l Thcin ati'l aooly
A lubivlfiOOtli e rv . Ikf h ' or i wo anil
t hen Ii-i.m. the ).mir. It rtmovi ill rr
ri'tBut 'Hi I d.indrii'f as i.ottilnu e'f do.
r oii1l d1t-v ItH In i n. i- t"
wo'ilrt' tltf hair and It's du! x unVf
pojtiutii Oct. in obomi w
lorvtotl hti lite rretricnc. 2 1 (!''
TlroAI,tv. Vf dneKil.iir Oft, 11 . I P. M
OIKKN. On Uol u MIOUAlb J. J
ORKfaM. taulOVtd hUBhuhd ol ... .11 Co.
r IUbTAI Tburtdl frwu Um , r rtsdxior
tl A i Mini ptm i ltro4tm.
LOST, FOUND AND RLvVAflDS.
LOHT (i l l viuh with ht td ft. Addim f
re.-a. rl It.n H 53. St t rk.
HELP WANTED MALE.
EX' KltlFN 'Kli 17 ud pO(-htti ' roittS
HELP WANTED &MALE.
ti i.:iatui:i on Uatln-r t avaa nd ,.cu
Cohtt. v-hm.dt 4 vi Kut
I MW AMI I'KKIK KIT Xk 1
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