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Artist Friend of 'Ritezielamb's'
Friend Says That Nicholas
De Vore Maligned Her.
SO SHE ASKS 88,000.
Sister of Musician,' Living
With Plaintiff, to Be Chief
Witness Against Him.
Chinrlnr ttiat h waa rinl a snake
ad other things by Nicholas ds Vore,
a musician who lives at No. Madison
elrsct. Brooklyn. Mr. virgin. a Janii,
Who palnta "Tarda of Roam" and the
like, has entered suit against him for
H. 000 damatea. The hearing la art for
tomorrow was m Bridgeport, Conn.
Mi a. Janla haa baen tn the publlo aye
before. A quondam husband of hera.
Dr. T. Ctialmere Hanifrue of No. 671
Waat One Hundred and Thirty-ninth
atrea, In ISM blackened the eyai of
William U. Chaae, head ot the Chas
Art .School, because the art connoisseur
etpelled her from the achool.
Dr. Sangrea subsequently apologised
la toe Yorkvllle Police Court. In 19M
Mra. Hangree divorced him and fe
atured the name of her first huaband.
In the mean time a h not only won tt-e
admiration or Mr. and Mra. Andrew
Carnegie with her "Yard, of Itoaea"
painting, but through her friendship
with Homer 8. Cummlnga, who repre
sented her In her divorce case, became
a aort of second cousin once removed
ta the "ltuzxlelamb" caae. Helen V'ood
raff .Smith, CununlnKs's former wife,
waa "Ituzsl.tlumb's" Inamorata, and Is
still a rrlend of Mra. Janla.
It waa at a party given four years ago
I. y Miss Smith that Mr. da Vore first
nut Mrs. Janla. He had gone to the
party as the guest of Leon Dabo. the
artist. a .
MR. DE VORE AND HIS SIDE
Mr. de Vore, whose legal name, as
gives In the suit. Is Arthur C. de Vore.
who comes from Indianapolis, and who
two years sgo married one ot the Jays
ol Klchmond, Ind., la known hare ae a
writer of aongs and aa an organist and
teacher of Instrumental music. He U
editor and publisher of the Musical
World, with offlcea at No. Ml Jay street,
roclilyn. Ills sister Elsie la regarCed
by vlolliiiale aa a youthful prodigy. She
new resides with Mrs. Janla, and will be
toe plaintiff's chief witness.
To- ii at his ruatdence Mr. de Vore
tela his side of tha trouble.
"When 1 first came liast," ho aald, 1
was In poor health. This was about four
years ago. home artist friends of mine
Introduced -ne to Miss Helen Woodruff
Smith, and she in turn presented uie to
Mrs. Janla. Mrs. Jams Is a pleasuit
talker, and I listened to her rnd gath
ered the impression that she waa a
much abused woman. I did my beat to
sell bsi pictures and oould not under
stand why it was Impossible, tfha said
that ane waa Roina to take boardere dur
ing the summer at her place la Green
wich, and wanted me to come up. 1
needed a home tor my little slater
Madge, whom I have brought UeS and ao
Went there, along with my mother.
Toward the middle of the summer, Mra.
Jgnla was about to be evicted by the
people who held tho mortgage to her
"1 bought nor equity In the place and
paid up the back lntereat. Thus we
were enabled to stay on. The following
summer, after I waa married, my wife
and I went to live In a little house next
ta Mrs. ."mla'a. I found then that my
little sister had come very much under
the influence of Mrs. Janls. So than I
took my sister aside and told her I fell
that ehe ahould come away.
"Afterward I Invited the people who
Mid the mortgage on the two houeee I
had bought from Mra. Janla to foreclose
aa 1 saw no reason for continuing the
tenure. Mrs. Janla's action. In my opin
ion. Is brought In revenge."
TROOPS CHARGE RIOTERS
IN LISBON STREETS.
Two Persons Killed and TOrty-four
Injured Sixty-six Ar
Dl.-iHON, Nov. T!. Troops are to-day
guarding the Presidential I'alace and
the offices of the i -i' ij-ei .
Fui-the details of last night's rioting
show that the cavalry repeatedly
i hargl the manlfestanu on the Placa
Uetn 1'edio. After tho explosion of the
bomb there the mob Invuded the hospi
tal de Sao Jr.se, occupying the build
ings of the formes Jesuit College ot
Santo Antoa, built In 17S7. whence they
tried to carry off the wounded. The
sgjdlers drove them cff.
According to an otttelal etatement,
two persons were killed, thirty-four
Wounded. anl elxty-slx srrested In the
rlet. The statement attributes the dis
orders; to "enemies of the republic."
According to Lisbon despatches yea
terday, there was violent rioting there
yesterday afternoon, several peraona
being killed The outbreak waa due to
a meeting of protest r.galnal the ex
pulsion of two Chinese doctors. The
mounted Hepuhllcan Ouard cleared the
leTara do Commerclo with drawn
sabres. The mob fired revolvere. On
the l'rara de Dom I'txlro a bomh was
cgplr led. Injuring man persons.
Troops Kuarded the Government build
A Picture Free of "Our Mary."
A photogravure of Mary Anderson
falme. do Navarro) will b given free
with next Sundnv'a World In rreater
Sew York and vicinity. TMs la one of
tno Sunday World's 'Dramatic Photo
gTavure iSeries." Fvery one will want
this pie i ore of Mary Anderson, once
'he most popular American uctroas,
-no nag recently neen Drought before
the New York public hv her oollabora
tlen with Robert HlOhena In "The Gar
den of Allah" Oet next Hunday's
World. Oi'dsa- from newsdealer m ad-
Musician, Sued, and Sister
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E LSI E
JEWISH FARMERS MEET.
n.m to Rstalillah Ca-Oparattve
Market for Pmilart Here.
The third annual convention of the
Federation of Jewish Farmers of Am
erica waa called to-day by President
Samuel Heln of Nassau. N. Y., in the
Rduritlonal Alliance TliilhVIng, at Bast
Broadway and Jefferson street, with 100
delegates In attendance. Included In the
number was Miss Henrietta Kentx-r of
Hlnwhrook, N. J., a prepossesalng young
woman, who la a regularly accredited
delegate. Two other women Alegate
are expected later from Rockville,
Secretary J. W. Pinkua, who tniln
talns permanent offices at No. 174, See.
ond avenue, reported that the Federa
tion has added more than MM members
In the past yesr, until Its rolls now
contain nearly 1,300 names ot farmers
located In New York State, New Jersey,
Connecticut, Pennsylvania. District of
Columbia, North Dakota and c'anaAa.
The principal business of the delegates
ta expected to' he a discussion of tho
best means to hnance a co-operative
market In th'.a rlty for dairy and gar
Mayor Oeynor Is going to tell the
Jewish Farmers of America Associa
tion to-night what he knows about
farming, farm economies and otber
things pertaining to simple farm life.
I tell you I can sell you a suit lower
than the other fellow can buy the
cloth. I don't ask you to buy
I DO ASK YOU TO LOOK
SUIT OR OVERCOAT TO ORDER
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911
Mot.irej eltst Flees After Injuring
Woman. Who May Die.
As Mrs. Sadie Spear, f rty-e.ht years
old, of No. i'TT Lo rlmef street, Williams
burg, was crossing liroudway at Lari
mer street yesterday noon, a motorcycle
travelling at high speed knoeked her
twenty feet away. The motorcyclist
kept on and escaped. Mrs. spear was
taken to Williams nig Hoeplt.il. She
Furious Fighting, With Im
perial Forces Falling Back
Notice to the Throne.
CafANOtTAtj Cflilnn. Nov. V. -Fierce
fighting continues a Nsnklng where the
rebels have captured the T ill hlngrnen
Gate and hold all the defenses In that
part of tho city. They are now bom
barding MelMkaa fort from Doth land
and water. It la sntlripnted thst the
whole city will so m be Ifl their bindi.
I'KK IN !. N'ov. 17 The nsanmlily of
the province of Chill resolved yesterday
to summon the throne to abdicate, it
pasted a resulutlon to-day by which It
decided to participate In the republican
government which la now being formed.
The Nallon.il Aasrmbly attempted to
hold a meeting to-day, but only thirty
members wore present.
0 H QenefgJ Koger S. Urne tele
graphed yeaterday from Hankow that
the Imperial troops had Sgtablll ed
themselves aeroaa the Tf.nn River. The
rehel organization seems defective.
The Chinese troops in Tibet Inve
mutlol.sl declaring their sympathy for
KONGKOMOi Nov. IT. With four
eomp.inles of the Yoikrhlre regiment
patrolling the street' sln. yesti-i-ley.
asanults bv the Chinese upon KiiTopemi
residents still continue to-day, and It ll
evident thai more soldiers will be needed
to keep order, only under the eyea of
those o i.e. nl' on duty are civilian lafe,
With four companies of the Yorkshire
rrglment patrolling the streets since
yesterday, a-ssi tilts by the Chinese UBOn
Kurope.'in realdenta still continue to
day, and It Is evident that more hold I -
Ml he needed to keep order. Only un
der the eyes of thoe already on duty
are civilians safe.
Anll-forelgn senrmeut la Increasing
and serious disorders are f. ired
HOMO KliNO, Nov. -7. -Traffic on the
Weal lilver has practically come to n
standstill. Steamers to Wuohow from
Hong Konc have been withdrawn, bill
those from Canton arc helng continued
on the assurance given by the r.rltiah
authorities that n effective patrol of
the river will begin on Sunday.
li.minunlcatloii with Wunhow and
Nanking Is entirely cut off. Several
taeMiue- mntorhoats a- mlsaln;.
At Wuchow the revolntlonary sol
dlsrs are svsnglng the recent mas
sacre. They have already beheaded
ststy prisoners, some of wheat are the
Bona of aristocrats. Afterward they
held an orgy, cutting out the hearts of
victims, aome of which they roaated
companiee of troops patrolled the
streets of Hong Kong nd Wowloon on
Sunday with fixed bayone'a. This was
done with a view to preventing the re
currence of recent disturbances. Home
hooting end atone throwing occurred
and two persons were Injured slightly.
1431 BROADWAY, corner 4oth st.
JOHN D.S DEFENSE
' PUT ON RECORD
Urges Rockefeller and Aides to
Appear and Answer Merritt
WASIUNOTON. NjV :7. -Ch ,-n.n
Stanley of the r'tesl Trust investigation
committee said to-tUy thnt Jo'in D.
Itoskefrller and the Itev. Frsderlch T.
tstes could have tliHr answers to lbs
testimony of Alfred aid Ijconllaa Me
rltt recorded If they would appear hefe-e
the committee. He said that a request
from Mr. Rockefeller or .Mr. liutea to
testify would be given Immediate coii
Hockefeller ami Gates have shun n no
Inclination to come forward and be
I.eonldas Merrl't read and digested the
Qatce denial of Saturday. He said:
"fa Is the same old atory. Uatea haa
said it before. There la nothing new in
this denial. I did not look for lite to
admit my statement of my desllngs
with him. I have looked In vnln for
sr.y expression of a deslie on his part
M appear before the couiinlltex and
tell the who! truth and noth.ng but
the truth, under oath. .
ft Is ono thing to tslk to the com
mittee from No. Sr. Urn.olway and an
other to tslk from the witness chair.
' I do not llko to talk about Gates. I
did not say that I went to Near York
at his suggestion, but 1 did say, and 1
repeat It, that I remained at his so
licitation. He led me to believe that If
sg wouldmaku a consolidation of all of
our Interests Mr. Rockefeller would
purchase bonds and that would let us
out of our trouble. When Hockefeller
lid not come up to hie agreement Mr.
dates told tne that Hockefeller was
hard up I believed It at that time, but
I don't believe It now. Having confl
lence in Uates, 1 told him all i .out our
.import;. He camo to me and told me
not to bo afraid of losing control of the
iiuslncss. adding that he came from
CAMS WITH 110,000,000 AND HAD
TO SEND FOR PARE,
"We consolidated the Intaresla and I
turned ever my securities to aatos.
Within two months he told me that I
could walk the croes-tlee to Duluth. He
does not deny that I went to New York
with eollsteral worth about tlO,OM,M0.
turned It over to him for MSO.OOO and
had to seud for money u take me
When naked to-day what Mr. farne
gle'a attitude toward the committee bad
been. Chairman Stanley said that It
could not l.avc been more hospitable.
Some time, ago he wrote .Mr. Stan
ley that he would appoar if desired, but
that he had been told he would not be
needed. Mr. Stanley a r severed by say.
Ing hal ne wouid want 1r. Carnegie to
leillf y, altd '-! last Wednesday as the
I 'in. for ,.im to come, but ha commit
tee. ,1)4 nn get through With ths Msr
rltta In irne and decided to stick tn tho
transportation feature of ths investiga.
lion until Congresa meats. If the lleuae
votes to continue the hearlnge, as Mr.
hi'." aspects It to. Mr. Carnegie will
. e "ailed
Several wltneaaes will tell ths com
mittee at t's next meeting, some time
this week, sboul the part rebates hsve
played In ths uplift of tha Steel Cor
poration's bank account.
HE KNEW PLIGHT
OF MISS LINNELL
She Had Told Him ns Former
Pastor and Friend Line
BOffPOffi Nor. JT -lanes on which
the defense may Iwisc Its caae In the
omlng trial of tlie P.cv. Clarence V.
T. nicheaon, charged with the murder
of his aa a Mag isTaatheif t. Avia w.
I.lnnell, are possihiy Indattttad in etate
IsaAia which Dr. Herbert (. Connor, a
former member of the Idaho Htata
Prise Cominlssion. says the minister
made to him in his cell
Dr. Connor la visiting Eastern prts
ons. He quotc.i the . accnse.1 minleter
ae saying U substance;
'My engagament'tn Avis I.lnnell was
broken by mutual consent, owing to the
fact that Mla I.lnneH, who was a stu
dent at the New Finland Conaervatory
of Music, intended to pursue a profes
sional career. 1 wss no way responsi
ble for A vis's physical condition, and
only learned of It to my aorrow and
eurprlse when ahe unbosomed herstlf
io me as ner ror ner pastor and friend,
seeking th svmpathv and relief -which
I found myaoif unable to give. As to
the manner In which ahe procured the
cyanide I have no Idea."
WttUr t HE DIED WITH JOY.
goi-lallst l.n Fnranr In Suicide I'u. t
Ha Wife Left Mraaaae.
I'AHIS. Nov. ?7.-Paul fa Fargua, the
well known Hocllnlst, who with hia wife
romrtiirti.it anli'M. I . .
'following letter to hla fellow- Socialists-
"I die with a supreme Joy and with a
certainty that the cauae to which I de
voted my life will triumph In the near
future. Ing live Communism; long
live international Socialism. "
Sinrlas Lender Head.
HKltNK. SwiUerl.-ind, Nov. Zl. Joseph
A iehoblnger, Conservative leader In
tho Federal Council, In which he was
also the Dtrccinr of the Department of
Finance, died to-da
TN my ad. of two weeks ago I advised the tailors of New York
A City to advertise, and I am glad to see that you took my advice. We tailors
have goods to sell, and if we educate the public to the fact that we can sell goods
as close as the ready-made house can buy them, it will be possible for us to do a
great majority of the clothing business of the city. I was pleastd to see that so
many took my advice. I expect the tailors in general to follow it. For the past
six weeks I have done an enormous business in New York. I have sold nothing
but all worsted and woollen cloths, which were made up in my own workshops
under my own supervision. I am a help to any city I go to, and when you see
tailors who could not sell clothes under $25.00 two weeks ago, meeting my price,
it proves that they too have learned what volume means to the tailor business, and
all I ask is fair competition. Mr. Customer, I want you to shop and see what the
other fellow has, then see the woollens I offer. Overcoatings,
1,000 styles, Plaid backs, Kerseys and Fancy Cheviots, made A AA
anv vfvJf ninth nr vclvpt rnllor ixrith or mi1i V H W
wmmmj w vjavf vs V ia t a vvirvi VV4IU1 fV till W a f I I VAi m
out belt, my price mMmmKM
SUITINGS Globe, Standish and Kinhardt, f A QQ
my price VfJW
Blues and Blocks My windows are filled with goods that
you can see and handle inside the door, sftf y fif
whether you buy or not; to order . . .
Listen to me my trouble to-day is to pet you to believe that low price
clothing is possible. Every merchant '3 trouble is to get the people to believe
in lower priced merchandise. Ycu come to the merchants and demand high
prices one day, and the next cay yov go out and yell about the high cost of living.
Now don't come to me looking for $40 and $50 Suits or Overcoats. Come
to me and say: "Let me iee thoso $12. (JU Suita and Overcoats." If I can get
enough of you to buy $12.00 garment;., if I can get enough of you to tell your
friends in the streets and shops that you paid $12.00 at Mitchell the Tailor's
for your suit or overcoat, I'll make more customers than any $40 or $50 house
can make in New York with the qualities tint I see them giving the people
aa - a aasl aansaaa '
1 OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9
Beat tlalte Hanrh Itrarntnrlr let
Mi ni the t Nt'a Milk.
A big good-natured brown hear has
for some time past bten v sliing the
ranch of P. 0. lrnleon neat Rose land,
B. C, anil stealing the cat a milk.
t alwaya waits intll the const e
clenr and slips Into the kitchen, never
offering to hurt any one.
Rooster title In I SSJSJ lllrr Milern
lin t w IiIiiiiiI it DHguk,
A Btahnsg rooster belonging to Dr.
P. T. Strohecker of Wish Ha. Kan., dls
al'Peai. l and for alsteen drays not a
trace of It .n dl.-'overed.
A lux I:, the ehh K.-n house waa moved
and I he rooster wobhlsd Out. made for
the d singing Pag and nflsr welling Its
wiilatle for Me Hi at I. me In sixteen day.,
i on ed happll .
Fns Turns tea Tnblee and I'hn.r.
the llaaiiil. In lliivare.
A fos that was being too closely
prrased by the hounds of a party of
Delaware hunter, turned and actually
chased the dog...
The hunters followed f r several mllr.
before they succee.lt. I In getftiiR theli
pack to st ip. The fox then escaped.
Tarrjrtown Cat it rolleemnn W till
llnek Feneea fur n tlenl.
Tom, a cat, has a h ffulaf poal with
the Turrytown boflrsj forte and sleep
ll otiio morn POSafote wherexe:- he
patrols, lie belOSgl to Mra. David Mc
Klravy. Tho cits of the neighborhood formerly
gave gala performances every night,
but how Tom mal.i I the rounds of the
bark fences and ai; the fel'ne vocalists
Hunter. I'laa ..n In Vnln at
Deer II Wus sinrfed.
Fight hunters had riddled a deer In
tin- w I., in. i- South Amherst, Mass.,
before they discovered that It waa a
stuffed one put there by some loker.
"no hunter shot at ll four times be
fore he discovered It had been dead
about twenty years.
wiiu tins Maura . tiniiaoa in fii-
wiiiiaiu WenddeU (roes me Mntsa of
a ttee near Webster Sprlnga. W. Va.,
saw his dog end I wild boar ngkl fifteen
minutes below hlin.
The hog finally slew the dog and spent
tin- night under the tree wnltlng for
S .i ..!,;. II to . . lie .low
Turkeys, Fnsetnaieil bv Train,
He ltetrnlnel from -nleLle
Thlrty-sll iu keys out of l.lio on the
my only new
rancti of Mrs. Fannie noydeloh ge--
''hlro, en' , hsve committed suicide
Jumping in fr nt of trains.
The onrushlng lo. omotlvea have suoh
fnee'natlon for the turkeys the latter
have to be constantly wntched to pre
vent the others from dying under ths
Hoar mill tinrm tn ehonl. Twowsri.
sleste, Una llnlahed.
Teddy, s dog, used to to to hard)
school In Wlnons, Minn., with hie mas
ter, who haa now graduated.
T log continues to attend the school
w; -lav, however, alone and at noon
pnes. io dinner ae the reffylar students
It it is I unit of lleer Drank, tlnan
I'lpea la Saloon.
Half a dosen big rals were found
drunk In the cellar of ileorg Weobt'e
aatoon " l i i he went down to find oat
arh) no beef ian from hla faucets.
Thrv hal gnawed the rubber hose con
necting th kegs and the faucets and got
drunk on the Hood of beer that followed.
PMteefSMal rollre MeaanrrWI.
The ilrst annual Protestant memorial
aertice of the nolle of llrooklvn .,.
Queens rioriotha waa held yesferdiy
afternoon at St. Ann e P. E. Churrlk,
Clinton and t.lvlngaton street, nrooklyn.
Nearly Ave hundred uniformed police
men of every rank In the department
Wt'ie pre-e iT..
Creamy and captivating. Shef
field Milk comes to vcai from hygi
flic farm Jutt look at a bottle.
See how creamy how clean it U.
it paitrurirrd. Hence you can be sure of
iti purity. Hundreds of babies' lives have
been laved thu year by the Board of Heehn
wi'h Shrlnrld rVilk. Inaiat on it and gain
abtclute ! ty anrl quality, in your mHki
:.lsft1irrl rarms-S wsort-Defker Co.
hM in tfflcit. 114 r. ini v , ne Ttn
TeleeS :'' Cnl irstei..
Itrani li i ij r N. i.rk and Km
liaiANU NATiIIS ttmisllUrtt
I Reems Furn aha j Ceoiplefely. 4t.M
4 Reams. $T4.t S Hessne, tlM.M
t DOWN ON WORTH
IDewnanlTl II S7.M Dawn eallt