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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NO VMBH& ml, UU.
trig mother until she became aware of
so odor ot ewloMgs Then she heard, for
the flrat time, the voice of her father.
Dropping the bei oft the Md Mra.
ssssll rua'iad to ooldberg's room. Ills
I'd waa a. sb'.n., by that tlmi and
(i il.lberg was surrounded by firs Nv
i t'..-iess Mrs ('," 'I . aisjrut in r f.thor
I the arms, di asged 1dm flt)J the
'e.l gnd go. Dim til rot lo the (Ivor t
In the naintltnt bar aereams had
iiouaad hr brothel Harry 'i. . v
who Uvea In tne house. Me nn 10 her
sselstsrrs and found her nteht
Eleonora Sears's Dinner to Harold Vanderbilt AGED MAN BURNS
aflra. First tearing the blaataajAar
mn' from hla sls'sr young OalgjMrg
grabbad up covers from bar bed Md
amoiaarrd ths flames that anvalavad
The elde? Ooldharg was scorched frorn
head to foot. Ills condition waa made
mora serious fronr the fact that his
son. In a u'stsksn ids tbat ha was
j) jrsulng th rg it uirse, poured a
buoket of water v.. htm to render
coi lplote the : , of putting out the
Revives Society Gossip of an Engagement AS BABY'S WAILS
IN A GOLF HOUSE
HIDE CALLFOR AID
Paralytic Dies of Injuries Be
caitss Assistance Reaches
Him Too Late.
Poison That Killed Miss Tris
tram at Van Cortlandt Park
Mistaken for Disinfectant.
H Prices Now
DEATH OP WOMAN
DUE TO GRIMM
$18 English Tweed Suits
$15 Imported Worsted Suits
$12 Diagonal Cheviot Suits
MEANT TO MAKE HER ILL
AUGHTER ALSO HURT.
But Joker Who Secured Drug
Is Liable to Punishment
A errlely practical Joke waa un
doubtedly responsible for the death by
carbolic add early yesterday of Mlaa
AJIce Trlatram Shanks, said to b the
daughter of Canon Trlatram of Dublin,
at the Van Cortlandt Park golf houae.
Coroner IhoHfUt'a invpsllgntlon to-day
cotilnccd him thai the Irish singer had
not committed (atfoat. but had taken
MM fatal dose of carbolic acid and
lyscl In the belief that It u Vermouth.
Eight men who were In the party at
a table In the restaurant above the
barroom with M.as Trlatram will be
"loaely examined by Coroner Hli mgut In
an effort to discover which one of the
eight was guilty of bringing the bottle
containing the poison from the men'
lavatory udiolnlng the barroom.
It waa established to-day by Charles
Nolle, the waiter who served the party,
and by the bartender of the hotel that
f1ss Trletram oould not havo possessed
herself of the bottle and that It waa
secretly conveyed to the dining room up
stair. The bottle waa not labelled poi
son, and It I probable that the peron
Who perpetrated the murderous Joke
thought he would merely succeed In
making his victim ill. His Joke, how
ever, amounts to the crime of man
slaughter, punishable by twenty year'
OORONER SUBPOENAS MEN A8
Ooroaer Bbongut Mated to-day ttoat
la the course of bis investigation be as
certained that In the tarty of sight men
who war with Miss Trlttrm when she
drank the acid were William J. Tottrn
and Tbomai Totten, members of the
Tot ten Brothers real aetata Arm at No.
5gt Broadway; Edward OatlsTher, con
nected, wit the City Paymaster's
office of the Comptrollers Department:
Joeph Crlbbens of Two Hundred and
Forty-fifth street and the Albany Post
road, and William Lapps of Two Hun
tad and Fiftieth street and the Albany
The Coroner iaa Issued, sub-
for all of the above-named men
has urged the poiloe to discover
Identity of the other members of ue
'1111am J. Tot tern, when he learned
Coroner Shonguts statement, de
that he was a member of the
pa- '. He aald that his brother waa
out of town and that he did not be
lieve he could have been present.
Nolle, the waiter, declared to an
livening World reporter to-day. that
while he did not see Mlse THstam drink
iha .aslnfeotant, he did wltnaaa the
panic among her companlone when she i
. otlspsed In her chair. AH or tne eisai
nan at the tnblo hurriedly left the din
ing room, leaving Noll to care for the
polaone1 aliiKoi- and summon assistance.
WANTED TO SEE WHETHER 8HE
WOULD MIX DRINKS.
One version of the episode that
reached the Coroner waa that the Joker
who got the bottle from the room ad
joining the barroom put It on the table
beside Miss Tristram to "aee If she
would mix drinks," confident that she
would pour the disinfectant Into her
glass. That she did ao and that no
hand was raised to prevent her la a
proper concluaion If Coroner Bhongut
ha been correctly Informed.
The poiloe, foHowlnif the uual lines
of least resistance, hve recorded Mlaa
Tristram's death as a sulclds.
The story of the woman's two months
In America Is a pathetic one. Pieced
together, it Is a record of ucceilve
hopes and disappointments. While some
of her bills were paid by Miss Winifred
lan- Coats of Ferttualle Park, Pauley.
Hoatland, a daughter of Sir Th..-or.&
iHen-Coata, M P., whom she called
cousin." a search after her death fallfd
to bring to light any vastlga of her two
trunk and in baars sod ate had not
van Avw aenUi en INT.
The woman waa a protVaatonal enter
tainer and exhibited press notlcaa com
plimenting her on her abllltlea In that
Una In England.
HAD FAILED IN EFFORTS TO
Inquiries sine Mlaa Tristram's death
iadloate that she had been making val
iant efforts to obtain employment. She
had received a tryout on the roof of the
Naw York Theatre, with tolerable suo
ceee, but no definite engagement had
materialised, and she told Mrs. Mary
Byrnes, housekeeper at the Carlton
I lot el. No. VU West Fifty-fourth etraat,
ihat the boys a. the theatre had made
fun of her voice and her eonga.
Lat Friday night Mlas Trlatram
went to the New York TheaUe ,Roof
Garden for a "try out" before an au
dience made up of managera and
Har most pathetlo aong was "Kath
leen Mavoureen," for her voice broke
and the laat phrase waa only a sob
Hhe told friends afterwards that she
had been engaged at tlOij a week, but
this Is denied by the management.
Hovel Catholic Undertaking;.
WORt'KSTKlt, Mass., Nov. 27. A
movement said lo be the first of Its
bind In the history of ths Cathoilo
Church 'r. America has been started to
raise IKIO.000 for the enlargement of
Holy Cross College. I'Jvery Catholic
clergyman In the diocese, headed by
Bishop Beaver, will be asked to con
tribute 1100 yearly for three years,
OF PRINZ JOACHIM flJ1$ HI
Some DnftcM Hums ,n n,iu,; lf M . iMSl III IT h MATPIJ TR
but Company Denies Any Rp-,rl Jf 1 U I H 1YIM Lull IU
Neewn fM 181 TOO MUCH GAS
1 1 r i r
li-M i i
Drags Rrnwnsville Invalid
Prom Red Where He Acci
dentally Started Fire.
TO CIHK a CULU IU OSK DAY
ifllerll to The Cvtninf World).
PHII.ADKI.PIUA. Pa., Nov. 27.-The
teamshlp Admiral Schley, f m Port
Antonio, arrived here to-day having op
board forty-four sailors of the steam
ship Prim Joachim, who were picked
up at sea. The Prim Jowhlm stranded
at Atwood Key last Wednesday.
'urvlvors of the wrecked Prince
Joachim and members of the crew were
loud In their praise of the young wire
less operator of the Admiral Schley.
M. H. Henry, a Baltimore boy. who
maintained constant communication
with the operator on the Prlnz
Joachim and sustained the hopes of the
passengere and crew of the wrecked
vessel with assurances that help was
PICKED UP SEVEN MEN ADRIFT
The steamship Seguranoa had an
srworod the dint reused steamer's iall for
help before the Admiral Schley waa
able to reach her, but according b
Henry, the wireless operator, after
tsklng off the eighty-four passengers,
left the crew to shift for themselves.
In fact the throe llfo boats that
had been carrying the passengers
from the Prince Joachim to the Iggur
anca, were left to find their way back
to the foundered vesael. The buau,
with twenty membcra of the crew
aboard, were loat In a strong tide, and
a still heavier swell, and were picked
up the following day by a vessel bound
for Cuba, where thoy wore landed.
While the Admlra.1 tVhley was In wire
less communication with the Prlnz
Joachim on Wednesday and early
Thursday morning the captain of the
stranded ship asked Capt. Jensen to
look out for several bouts adrift with
members of tho crew. Capt. Jensen set
his comae for the I'rlnz Joachim, and
on the way picked U u IknU with seven
men In It and landed them on the
The captain of the Schley says lie
sighted anot'her p lifeboat from the
Joachim, but that no one waa In It. Tlu'
captain added that ho had received a
wireless report from Oul.a whluli staled
tluit two bouts frogs tho Joachim with
sailors aboard bad landed on the Cuban
Ca.pt. Fey of the straodtsj steamer
agkad Out- J ante n tc tags voto of hU
truw north Be aaid ha had 10) men
on board with no boats to leave tho
ahlp In case u storm came up. Captain
Jensen consented to take them and the
transfer was ma le In a tew hours. The
pa&sengors of tho Joac.ntm had been
taken off the day before by ho steam
er 8eguranca. All tho met) broug.it
here left for New York City.
PRINZ JOACHIM'S PASSENGERS
HAVANA. Nov. 27. The Ward line
Bteamer Vlgllancia arriod here early
to-4ay, bringing the passengers of tire
ttraadad rtea r Print Joaohlm of the
Atlas Line. All Here well. Only a few
pieces of baggage were lost.
The forty-four men from the Prlnz
Joachim who arrlad t Philadelphia,
to-day on the steamer Admiral, aohlsy
werb cooks, stewards and olher- mem
ber Of th- crew, gooordlni to a strte
ment made to-day at the Oflloa of the
Hamburg American ujna, These men
were not needed m t lie stranded
steamer e,ftar tb passengers left, II ins
said, and were put aboard ihe Admiral
Hobb y to be brought li rrre. Agents of
the line haw were unsbms to li.r e this
mad., smphatic 10 qulat any appra.
hanSion that may have arisen from re
p ts that these meinluis uf the crew
were pic ked up at Ms.,
It was slid that the Admiral aMlMJ
was anked to take 08 tho cooks und
atrni.rds, and that the transfer was
made bv Ihe I'rlnz .lorcblm's Isiats i:n.
der sOQlS dill 1 allies The sea was
rough and the distance to be cov..i'tHl
eonsUl. rable, und this, ucrordlng to tho
explanation here, give rise to tho ru
mor that ihe men have been picked up.
As far as the officers of the lino here
know, all members of the erew arc
nd Then He Sailed Kerplunk
to Screaming Orchestration
of Manicure Girls.
'Siwini b Tiw Beaslsg W.nld.l
BOSTON, Miss, Nov. If. Society has
BOOaptad the dinner party given by Miss
Eleanora Mari 10 Huroid Vwdarblll
and a parly of gutsts Intimately all'ed
with the Vanderbilt family as a more
potent Indication than iho peraislenl
denials Hint 'liavo come of the engage
ment of Miss Sears nr.d Mr. Vanderbilt
During tho two years of the rumored
engagement the gOOlety SSt has Watohad
the couple with undisguised Interest.
The dinner which hai, set tho gosalpi
talking followed the football game Hat
urday at Cambridge. The Tour.rlne was
tne scene. It Is the habit of Miss Hear
to give tire simplest ot dinners, SI i has
always attracted aticnl.on for Hie lnc't
of displuy In such affairs, rather than
for any ostentation. So when orders
were given for elaborate aaaoration
and a dinner of much artlatlo effort, Har
friends took the event an a cuo that
oonralulatlona were In order.
Iiel,U .Miss Sears und Hal oid ' ndei -bllt,
Mr. and Mr -. Joseph U. Idener,
Mr. mid Mrs. Reginald Vanderblll and I bcry ani Hi
Mr. and Mra. Hurry Poyue Whitney wa,
.r' present ot the dinner. Tar pfsstsi
dining room, wheri th ftaoOiMi waa
halil. waa dfoornted wltti Harvard H'l&t.
crlmsop banglnss BBBd htrga bbliclie o
crimson ehf) santbenums.
AT PALISADE f
The manicure girls In Iha Oalovg par
lors na the third Moor of Ihe PrniratP
Mirror Building, KO. UI West b'orty
sr Knd street, eommajntad during the
morning hours la-day on tho strong
1 dor of g.is 111 Iho room. The .nip, r
Inasodant of the iniiidiirg, Ranjantin k
Rtarkajf, a negro. Wai notUga1 ami about
noontime he visited lire manicure par
lors on a tour of Inrcstliuitlon.
"laalM to me," said Stark -, " that
1 r comes out of th" ce ling gflMfg some
electrlclniiM wt-ro working yestrduy.
i II Mud the. leak, nil right."
Har key departed, returning In a few
minutes! with n long gtepladdi 1 Tie
irnunted to Iha top of the lurlder and
'Be careful." chorueed the manloura
The erylng of his infant grandchild
h ui something ti do with the death of
Abraham ilnldberg In Uusbwlck lloa-
pilil yesterday. Uoldherg, .1 paralytte.
1 -ldentaily started a Are thai com
1 1' 1 ted in his bed In Ills home at No.
I'lV'i I'llkln aveaire, III nlv nsvllle, II look -Irn.
I'n.rhle to move, In- .as IMe Hames
spread from the Rddf to Ihe bed.-lotblug
and then to hi garments, but as be
cried weirkli for help lire Infant lrr an
olher room drowned the sound of bis
His daughter, Mrs. Jennie I'asmll,
finally heard him and went to his us- ,
slstance. She was brolly burned. 1
Oo Id berg! while on his way home
rrom a theatrical performance on lire
Kast Side two years ago, was assaulltNi
ny fooipads. Although slxty-s'.x years
Old) he gave bv assailant a lively
tignt. and the set upon b'm with black
1 nks. After lie bad be.oi knocl nl un
conscious he was klokad by the thugs,
since thai day ilnldberg had been oom
ph lely paralyz. I In the lower limbs,
able to move his arms and, bead only
ullh difficulty and strain
It waa bis Alston lo read as he lay
helpless in bed A low table at bis
s'dc held h s newspapers and magazine.
He coord is'.ich Ihe table aiifl he could
I also reach a g.isjet ttt the wall along
side the beil. As he was able to light
i the gus snd turn It nut at will, a box
of matches hung on the wall nenr Mm.
:THRsW, LIGHTED MATC.I ON
Awnkenln1" early yesterday, Holdber g
decided to ri d until the members of his ,
family should got up. Ha lighted the!
gas and tdgggd the mitch on a pile of i
papers Ihat littered Uio table bcIJ hi
bed. The match was ens n- whan he
EhraW It away and, to hi horror, ho
W tho blaze start up In the newa-
Iteaeiung out a neat be could he
knocked Ihe table over. He could see,
over the edge 0 the bed, the Utile blaze i
, utlng Her, el.' Into the pile of paper ;
and bucourlug moro formidable every
111 daughter and her little bahy oe-
apled u room across the bull. There j
were two olOflad doors tretweeti the
ragtaga Mrs. Cussell's child wufl awake j
The walling of the baby drowned out '
very other sound from tho ears of
The true purport of this great tale, present
inf mny beaut'ful model at a January
price, thirty days ahead of every other ihop
in America, will be beat appreciated by
women wl o are posted m value and ttylc.
It means $12 to $18 model at $8.75.
30 Different Styles
Never before so much style, such beautiful
tailoring and such variety at a reouct.oii
sale. Highest individuality apparent in j
every model. I'abnrs smooth and rough.
Coats ami skirts in leading exclusive models,
some rich! v t rimmed, othe. of man-ta; lored
perfect on. Color to please all taste.
SALP. AT ALL ThriEb. STORES
14 and 16 Wait 14 h StreetNew York
460 and 462 Fulton Street - Brooklyn
645-65) Broad Mrert Nevdrk. N. 1
faftt aaflaaaft ' ' aSkBBBB.
aaC" IT tm 'agaaaal
LACE WINDOW CURTAINS
To dose out before the end of the year
We otter 1600 pairs of Lace Curtains at
20 BELOW WHOLESALE COST PRICES
EnhiaUerad Mushn, I.3S la $4.51 pair
Irish Pang U-7 te aa
Tsmbaur J3.25 le $9 50 ea r
.. S W le IIS.M aear
la. . la UT.Sd aatl
Freath ( limy 11.71 la $MI agar
We rmpecttully invite an inspection of our styles and prices.
rake Elevator. 5 West 3 2d Street
Carry Safe From Rinklin and
Tear It to Pieces With
rtohherh mrly thl morning broke bit"
tbe poal-offlce at Pallsarle, N, J., our
led ntviy a tg foot b'on aggg an'l
blew It open wilhln JOO fct of tin.
building, eeeapiaaj vrlth Moo worth of
tamps 'til nioney.
ASJlftant rofni3!tter Oorgf F
BtS bat, tbe son of I'ommiuter I'agdttMMMl
tab), heard iho ggpioglon from hi j
aiaapttst atfarttnaat Bast tiaor io tin
He nulled down, discovcrrd the roti-
J two S.KI.B lit til'. i'lXi,-
I'ni a OatltlOUS rrinn," reoiled Mr
Btarkay, "Vou'U notlc thai i am bold'
I nR thin nun h qullr n dlstaneg from
lllo celling. Then I mmo It upwui iJk,
but very alowl), thilt If"
Mr. ptarkajr bad f i Iha leak, n
went sallltig through Iha air like a
uriH't, iBinii'd sgajnal iha wail and
dropgad to tha Bg6r, Than pratt) rouob
ill of tho aasNng dropped an bias, Tbe
in lalgur gtrla, arho bad bovara i nag
iho dojr, gaoapad InJ and ran
i-reumlng in tbe elevator.
The ax pl oslog pbniik th arbol bnttaV
', and orevrted iii!te a pirn. Ktarkey,
although daaedi hurrledl! gt a buckM
Ot water and (Hailed It Si a blaze ib.it
ind started on the bubs if Hie "elllng
The 'flrat I ketful f.ll stMrt of tie
llbrg, 'bill Hot a drop bl It Rllgggd
Mtarkay gg " oam Uowei. On tk naki
try he maiiaB.-l t put "Ut thi lire.
Half uti hour afti p tile exploslorr a
P'lllroirian Bound Stark, y In elog
prnxlndty to lb,, fumgga pb kUM
planter out of ldn h.ili . Tilu ') ) '
A IIH UTll'l I. I'OHIItMl KHI'.P.
I'hotogrovuro of Mary Ander
son (MtB) 'le Naiarro), first of tbe
Sunday World "I'ramatlo PBOtOgreV
vure Series," free With next Sunday's
World In Greater New YorU und vicinity.
i .iii. i OleeaM Doat'l Turn iii lartarest,
Mayor irajnor in going to ask the
Jlatttegg of the (Viurt of Spei'al
Blons to "Jti.'k i'P' eb:rkn who bav
fallil to turn Into the city tiyvwury
ae(njiiiiilatbr.H of Ualgragt on dgpogltg
aooneoted with the bnaavola4 buaiagga or
tho courts. It appaagg frog) a report
nuul to-day by Dog rgstatsatr of Ao
pQUDtl Kuwlb k tu Hi Mi)'r that clerkn
far, ii to maka gaoountlBej of gataregt,
Olerkg in city and min Vipal courts ar
involved In a small way. It has be. n
agggetagsgel lava, in otdHgegj ii'H aba
total agxiimt of iiu, : aj gmoUBtg to
sj.ii" ,1ft. I'liiiiiniHui'iC'T SagdU k fgooni
nii'iKli I!, it all ggOUJnulagd InliMi'Kts on
court money be forwarded to th i.'Ity
L'biunbi'rl.iln anniaatty In JaiHuiry.
.Irni'llrrH One 1011,000, Urn,-
JuaatpU Kr aoi. el aVfilgj Ad'jiii ii.
Hodaa ami M. Wall at CO, lo-day atgoasl
a petition, tiled in tin l ulled Matt
JjLiuiot Qplirti to huve ll' iiiiiii l.u
iv Soti. oilers, at No. gi Na. .1 1
rirnut, adjjiditi il bankrupts. The peti
tion recites that the firm owes over
flPU.OOu and has iutsuts vt about &o,O0O.
ft'ollceman llsmneit, irgg wis on An
lesson gVtiatlgj ilU a Rjriti away, ajge
iie-irl the xpIoloii and ar.lvM a few
minutes Inter. In a iw mlnUteg the
rsUggT was In an uproar, an Chief "'
Poiic Arthur Kirweln of Foil bee aas
on tho grouad.
Kxarntriutioti of tim building ahawed
tk.i in., rbi,ers bad llmmlad Iha frunt P)t Rfgg a Hag rig,
ariadaai of tbe aomblaed Dost-oSloa and s.VN JUAN. Poi'to Rloo, Mi
confuotlnaery etore, Tod lerlver and Oaorga oamldt,
falUade, on fn hill onp !. One II Amerb an avlatora, made flights uvor
drad and Thirtieth straat, his about :.) ! Sun Juan jeNtenlay. This la Iha Oral
aoaulaUog and IS lbs bom "f a number 1 aviation exhibition cvsr witnessed in
uf New York bUglng mi ''
I'niletit sTavn the rmileaa U n datallad I
'lie-omit of the anl'int
' "I never lost mv xelf pisKssInn f'ir
1 moment." DOtMuded Xlarkey. "bOI I
mul admit tliat w aen It au.i nil ever
J did feel Kind of f'llnt."
It is not enough that the coffee
be good some days; it should be every day.
Secure this continuity uf quality by always using
Am M W..-. . WP a af
Acker, Merrall & Condit
is inseparably associated with a Bountiful Table and Good
Cheer. Kvery "Substantial" every Delicacy and Table
Requisite is here in abundance, not forgetting the Wines
and Cigars and Economy Prices prevail throughout.
Plum Pudding, A. M. & C Equal to the finest homemade
No. 1 Tins, 25c; No. 2 Tins, 45c; No. 3 Tins 60
Mincemeat, Every ingredient the best Pt. jars. 30c; Qt. jars... -55
Maraschino Cherries, A. M. & C Sm. but., 25c; Med. Hot . . . .42
Table Raisins, Fancy 1 lb. clusters. Princeton, 50c. Yale 40
Raisins, Calif. Seeded, No. 1 cartons IS
Prunes, Choice Calif., 30 to 40 to lb 18
Figs, New Smyrna Layer, il lb. boxes .20
Mixed Nuts, Selected -New Crop, lb 25
Asparagus, Mammoth Calif. Large Tins- White, 28c. Green... .25
Peas, A. M. & C Sit ted Early June 16
Peas, Marcillat Imported Very fine U kilo cans .21
Tomatoes, Eancy Jersey, New Season's Pack, Large Cans ,,12
Peaches, Apricots or Cherries, Noreca Extra Calif, in pure
sugar syrup, Large Cans 23
Preserves, A. M. & C, Whole Fruit. All Varieties, 1 lb. jars 30
Col'ce, Mauna, The perfect after-dinner coffee, lb 40
Salad Dressing, A. M. & C, 4 01. hot. 10c, 10 0 25
Olives, Ex. LargeQueens, 10 ounce bottle 23c, 16 ounce 32
Olives, Stuffed Queens, 10 ounce bottles 2sc, 10 ounce 50
Rare Fri ts, in urcatct variety, c,in?tuiiy packed in Fancy Baskets, $-.so upwards.
Our delicious Chocolates and Bon Bonssoc. per pound. Artistic b ind bonbonnatrea,
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Proprietors o WHIT! ROSE Ceylon Taa
Thirty Stores, Conveniently Located
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