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TBI EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH
trrler the rrtdartry of Premier As
iIh t the Foreign office for three
and a half noun wlttsoel rvMn, a
bslt for a erttlcment of the dlsriiile.
Tne teesMrg adjoin-ned unill 11 o'clock
lo-m'jrrow morning, fir MllH lirey,
Sidney lluxton and Sir ileorge Askwlth
trt 11 paled.
w. ill., no statement was Issued, It wa
Mid that the altuatlon .-wnd to be
'artng and theia aa a, Jiujxful froi
a thai an agreenvent settling the
at) Ik a wouM Boon ba reeohe I.
The martin win a momentous on
ana It eOtabllehed tha fact that tha
ions standing deadloo had neen broken
It luak plea at tha orelgn Oleics at 1
orloeh this Afternoon under tha pres
idency of Premier Asqulth.
The coal owner of the Federated rl
trtdta, which comprises tha i.ursly Hns
I i collieries, who had already arUiiiO.-d
thai oonceeslon In principle of a Used
minimum we for mltiara, fmind no
dltlcsHtv In accepting tha Premier's
; vitailun Thay had, however, t
wrestle with tha Walah and rtcottleh coal
masters In ordar to Induos them to
'nadtfy thalr opposition tn a conference
wftn tha man from which the miners
(ail expressly tiarred the dlacuaaion of
the principle or a minimum wage.
There are atlll many dlffleultlaa In tha
way of an immediate settlement or tno
dispute, but tha fact that the two per tie
have Main ouma togjetner and that ne
gotiations are proceeding has served a I
brighten tha atmosphere auo onset
a Pout feel In of hope.
ON STATE CAPITOL
ta prove at tha contrary. Rip Mid tha
hvw f dka oouartiy. what thay dlecrun-
aH. fever tha warn an Mies
pave p number of tnatanoee.
aue aa that man mat pay tha dabta
of thavr aztravapa.nl wlvea. white
nun af property are not required to
pay the dabta of thalr busriand She
eajd PT (ha surTra1is would devote thalr
ejearptaa Pa bPhaPlaar about ref or ma
anal a lofuiuie are needed. Instead of
seeking the mere right to pat a piece of
paper hi a ballot bps. thay would ba
aaeonrplkMna; oomethlnt worth while
Mra Charlett Oilman answered Miss
Mronaon. "he said tha eubjact waa not
a matter of detail, but ona of common
Justice, with women entitled to equal
right with men,
Tha committee asade so announcement
rf tha nation It will take upon tha
Burn a spectacle was never before
wftneaeed la T ronton as tha suffragette
Bands. Oreat tltronpn lined tha alde
walks, and In several Instances tha
marchers wera hissed. While tha suf
fragette reaantad the hisses, their only
reply was tha waving of thalr banners
or their war cry. "We want our rights!"
Tha first real uffrge special to ar
rtva was ona from Jersey City, cen tain
Ins about k thousan 1 woman from tha
TPVthern oouptlee of tha State. Tha
windows of tha coaches ware adorned
with placards and ptrturea showing
why woman surf rape should prevail
A the train pulled Into the Clinton
neat station, whero local suffragettes
eere on hand In (real number to wal
'ma the visiter, there was a demon-
Ii ration that will long be remembered
era. The. South Jersey suffrage train
arrived a Tow minutes later. Almost
tha entire police force of the city was
an hand ta prevent disturbances,
i As soon aa tha suffrage slaters from
Vorth and South Jaraey united,
tha parade began. Anti-suffragettes,
wearing badges and carrying amail
Saga, had grouped themsatvaa togather,
but ware kapt under eiuee aurvelt
tones by tha poloe. A few hisses from
tha slliwalk and a deHelve yell from
tha ranks was all that happened.
AMERICANS WITH MEXICANS
FACE FAMINE IN TORREON.
tapeetal to The rteetes Wortd).
MQHTKRHV. Mexico, starch It.-Ole
traaalng ondlllinn nxlet In Turnvm,
more then thirty thousand pei
IncJludlng Wo hundred Amerlcjns.
have been marooned for more then
month by a cordon of rebels Dm: ntir
round tha city. Famine Is thrcaieue.l,
aa a train f food supplies which ltd
ucre yesterday for thf relief of the pas
laagusred people wasviaptured by rebels.
, Advlrea from points south of Torroon
how that the advance of thu Fsdafsl
army that la to give battle to OPP,
fssquale Oropco'a rebel (orua la alaa
eriag la the large number desrniysd
isllway bridges and ronstunt pttaoka by
Kda of isbels thai are ewariulnii .,.,. h
railroad all through the 5ta' uf
ratajcae and San Luis Potoal
. Doubt Is espresawl of the ability of
She federals to get ee far aa Torre n
p'lthout tlghilng a bard battle. Oraaosa
army la alao moving aoulh slonly, and
It ma) not reach Torreoti for srvaral
kaya. 'Sen Tellea I' In command of
about 2.000 Federals In Turreon.
lUnds for You
Who, mayhip, hive lost
Something you'd like
To (ft rack at low cost.
If so um a World
"Lot! at Found" ad. and act
Thai such ads. are just
A good Can bt.
They not only gat i circulation in
New "York City, mornings and Sun
days, grettsr thin the Herald, Times.
Sun and Tribune COMBINED, but
art displayed prominently, on pige
typosite editorial pag mornings
and on first page of Want Section
7o Telephone Your
"Lostb Found" Ad.
to THE WORLD
. Call 40QQ.fvktuaH. .
499 WOMEN, 1 MAN!
IN SUFFRAGE RAID i
Representatives of Men Arrive
to Meet the Operators
OWiNERS REMAIN FIRM.
No Concession or Compromise
Seems Possible Now From
Tha anthracite coal operators and the
representatives of tha minora ware
drawing thalr Unas In this ally to-day,
with the probability ahead of tha big
gest coal strike that the country has
eon. At No. Id) Liberty street tha
operator.' itfb-commlrtae was finishing
up tha formal reply to tha demands or
tha workers which will be submitted at
the Joint conference to-morrow. At the
Victoria Hotel the mlr.eri' representa
tive were In session oa the conference
John P. vThtte, President of the
United Mine Workers af America, ar
rived thla morning from hie heme at
Oshalooea, la., with some of Ma fallow
delegates. Other delegstas will he here
"We may receive the reply of the
operators to-day," said Mr White, "but ;
until we do receive It we cannot pay
what win be our next atep la thp situa
tion. I will aay that I hope that an
amuaoie arrangement oan be reached.
foi a general strike would pause a great
deal of dlatroaa to many lines of Indus
tries, aa wall aa to the general public.
Notwithstanding the reports to the con
trary, tha atrppty of coal la abort."
OELIOATE SAYS HE CAN'T SEE
WAY OUT Of IT.
"I can't aee any waj out of It." waa
tha statement aaada to-day by one of
the goal miners who arrived from
Philadelphia to participate In tha con
ference here between the mlnara and
the oparatora In regard to the work
men's demanda. Thla conference will
decide whether or pot 600,000 men will
In the party arriving her were
Samuel J. Richards, secretary, and
John Fahy, president of Dtatrlct No. I,
from BnamokM; John P. Deapaay of
cranton, president of District No. 1;
John M. Maok. aecrelary of District
No. 1. of Kingston; John Fallen of
Wilkee-alarre. an International board
member, and Thoanaa Hagerty of Mor
rlpdala, an International board mem
ber. When they were asked what thsy ex
pec ted the result of their negotiation!
with the operators would p all ref seed
to aay, with the esoeptlop of the man
who tM that he could not aee aay way
out of it. Whan thalr attention waa
called to tha fact that tha mlnara In
Great Britain and Qermaay are out on
atrlke, and that, therefore, lb. Ir chancre
of winning would seem to he belter In
tha event of a deadlooh, they all talked
la an utitlmlelk' manner, but said they
had hopes of reaching some kind of an
OPERATORS WILL TILL MEN
TO SUBMIT NEW DEMAND.
There appears to be every likelihood
that ehnn the represantatlvsa of the
United Mine Workers af America meet
the representatlvea of the coal opera
tors the miners will be told that thcy
may either strike on April 1, as they
threaten, or submit a leas drastic pat of
gem sp dp,
The Committee of Ten appointed laet
week by the uuthracite ciil opcratora
mat yesterday afternoon In tha ornre
of the Central Hallroad of New
; Jersey at No. Itl Liberty street
land qeildad to stand pat on thalr da-
, clsion nut to grant a slnle um of, the
I nli.e demands i ccuttly presented by
John 1. White, the mlnere' President.
V. g ulso derided not to frame, or
offer a ounter agreement cr to talie
the Initiative In any compromise meaa
Thla in, ana that If tha minora' officers
adiai-e t their prtaeu: position there
will ba nothing left for them to do but
call out the anihmrlte workers and pus
slllly the Ijltuinluoiia miners. Much a
move gPOjd affect about IW.dTC miners,
of which KO.ullO are In the anthracite
lierauae of the unrertalaty aa to a
settlement, uaera of gsjaj are piaolng un
precedented orders with dealers, and the
latter are taking advantaxe of the sit
uation to : ....ere the consumer. Vos-
; terday the price of steam and other
, sixes wa up from II to II. It a ton, al-
thoush the wholesaler were receiving
I It at the ..Id established figures.
thecal llshletnge chargaa have cone
' up about 10 rente a ton within two
days, gad the boat ralea I Kp.ll River
have increased. Coal, however, Is pom
i Ing In freely, snd there will not ba an
actual pinch for at least three weoke.
Competent nidges declare that the
market will be bare on May 1 provided
the mines shut down April t.
Thr Consolidated Ous Compsny h.ia
executed a contract tor coal for one
' ytnr Instead of for alg months, aa Is
, usupV nnd the New York Edison Com
pany has taken similar action. Tha
former haa now la storage about Hi.-
! too tons of eoal-an axceptluoally large
MAGISTRATE REFUSES TO
STOP THE EGG INQUIRY.
An ..re i i on t
pgrd of the New
ihatuja to block
Y.,rk MTCntll Li
the Investltatlrn into
.'gc mark, ! spas
tio butler and
.t4alsirata .vlurphy came I i an end lale
thi paXeraoon whoa JusUos ttadrieg
hartdad down an i .a.lon ralualng tn
grant Uu arlt al aruaibltlog r.iayed fpr
by thn rxchjt.e. Th" paOtUtp of ta
Eac'it'is. was for a wrll forbtddln the
Maglatrate to continue Ills query Into
n.'J'-''1 'iwiisW"' ' dpi-i' '
d the price of but i tr an1t.-g Tn
New York market.
How Aviator Coffyn Narrowly
Missed Strikiny Tugboat Crane
a asnvlnn ssnl '''Ip' . asawPns
esssisssBBBaS Lafl H
United States District-Attorney
Opens His Case at Sugar
The unprecedented spectacle
rrsTflloa aires Caring a criminal
tln that may result In their being aent
to prison began in earnest to-day whan
United mates Dlstrlet-Attorney Wise
opened the Qovemment'a case against
the Sugar Trust officials before Judge
Hand In the Criminal Rranoh of the
United States Dtatrlct Court.
The Indifference to the proceedings
that marked the attitude of the de
fendants yeaterday-oven to the point
of absenting themselves from the court
room In contravention of all procedent
waa again apparent. From the veteran
Sugar Trust counsel, John E. Parsons,
down to the alxth defendant, Attorney
Thomas It llamed of Philadelphia, the
men on trial seemed bored. The only
amotion they manifested throughout
Mr. Wise's excoriating opening add run
waa an occasional smile.
It wsa an older law than the Sherman
law that tha District-Attorney invoked
at the opening of Ids addraaa. Its
hearked back to the scrlpturea and de
clared at the outset thst the men o.i
trial were guilty of violating a law
handed down by the Almighty to atosa.
"It la the tenth r mnndment." !.
chired Mr. Wise, "that these i .en are ac
cused of violating. 'Tliou aha It not covet
thy neighbor' nous .' tt I a l..w older
than history snd It la ons that has been
handed down century by (.entury in the
code of eveiy civilised nation. We w.U
enow you that this group it powerful
man coveted tha stool, and plant of tha
Pennsylvania Sugar Knnlnc Company
ami conspired In l'"3 to secure control
of this rival concern and crush It to
OUTLINES THE PLAN FOR GOB-
LINO A RIVAL.
The District-Attorney gave a detailed
aciount of tha methods employed by
thr Sugar Trust in getting Information
about the Pennsylvania oumpany and
worming thalr way Into control.
Mr. Wise continued tu show hue. s. -gal
fell for Hie Bpham and how tin
Sugar Tftlft came Into control of the
rival i .iii ern. Then, according to Mr.
Wise the Trust took Immediate steps
toward the utter n'n and dissolution
of the apt-are,! company.
Aoxrdlng to tha Uovernment fhe
game plaved by the Sugar Trust after
making .--nal the loan s a siting
one. Segal's affairs were n a bad wi )
snd Mm Pennsylvania Company was In
a shak oomlttinn. Seal triad to cme
to eome agreeinont a lib the Sugar
Troat heads about pgjrlStj the loan, but
they prefirred to kre. fie ailuatlon In
and aiul let tno Pennsylvania Com
pany pass finally Into a receivers up
without turning a hand to suiip.ui li
SUGAR TRUST RECORDS
BROUGHT INTO COURT.
The first ttltneae OStlt ll i IS Qo
eruiuent was Jotrph I . Fly-email, Si
retary ur tn P.iKiir I rust. lie S'SI
ivorn n rely to jirodtif. the minute
hooka of the stoiSje'iulilers' annua! ne . '
tnga. dir.-tore' n'.eitivga and pgaoutiv
committee meetings of tlio Sugar Trust
from kboul 18uu u t ie preaent Huts;
varloue litters betwee i the Sugar TrUSt
orficais i, istive m the Penntylvanls
rteftninf I ompany and a quantity of
other records from the Sugar Trust
Among the letters were several (rani
Fraslri, then the PhlaJelpnu ui.wiavr
for the Sugar Trust, to Mr. Ilavemexe
ooncenilrig the PPSPSylVanla CpSApgn)',
and from ll4Vmyr to Klaael In the
Mr. Wtpi also asked Kreeman for a
copy of p agreement lieiween Klsael
and fecial, hut the rtusar Trust Sucretai y
said he had not heen ahle to find such
a document Bpvtrgl t.thi: letiers and
papers wanted by Mr. Wlae were not
CLOSE WORK AMONG THE RIVER
produced for a similar reason. The pro
duction of documentary exhibits con
tinued until the clerk's desk waa piled
high with heavy volumes and stacks of
papers. Thete wore all marked for
Identification for Introduction aa ev
idence later. Mr. Wlee Intimated that
the framework of the Government's case
rested upon documentary evidence
rather thnn the testimony of wltm-ssea.
The re ords brought Into court by the
Trust s secretary are expected to play
a star part In the prngrers of the trial.
Thorn Klssnl, son and executor Of
Ouatav Kissel, followed Secretary Free
man In the stand tn produce a letter
from tils father to the Majeatlc Apart
ment House Company of Philadelphia,
letters from Ilnvemeyer to Kissel and
copies of a number of communications
between Kissel and flegal.
With Steel beginning half a point I
higher, Union Pacific almost one point'
and Copper ovor half a point up. the
eany siocji iiiarsei iu-uey gave prom
ise of establishing much higher condi
tions, bin the Initial Improvement was
only temporary, howprver, for telling of
Reading and iehlgh Valley developed
thait qulvkly caused the list to seek a
downward tendency, which brought the
market down to about the same range
as yestirday e closing at tho . inl o: the
On moderate' selling P.eadlug reacted
from l.'Cli to 1B;. I.ehigh Valley.
in sympathy with Raadlng, also tumbled
a point. Small farctlonal declines were
re-.irded In other Issues In the subse
quent dealings, whlo.i were inclined to-
d'ard duln. j-'.
Spasmodic upturns, tn Whlon special
ties figure d the most prominently, oc
curred In the afternoon period. SSiortlv
baforn the finish the list ruled fairly
strong, but late realising shaded price
at losing time. Some large -sized ad
vances vi-ere recorded, however. In
United States RuUber, American Can,
American Sugar and Copper.
'ike rioalnar Prlees.
Tieeay's hutiai, lowast sod lut prices of stocks
aa of dI riunin, ronii'sred with ytstrrdsy's
final figures, are sa faliewa:
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HIRAM BURTON IS FOR T. R.:
HIRAM'S FROM DELAWARE.
He (3an't Promise Any Delegates,
bul He Pours Out Quanti
ties of Languiige.
That strriiim patriot, Idrain ft. II ni
ton of I'd iv are. ex-member of the
ll'ijse nf ltei!'.sentatlves. his come out
for Col. Theodore Roosevelt. Ho cants
cut tu-dav In an avalanclte of words
nh'.ch nse spilled Into the headquarter,
of Hi It xuevelt Committee In the
Metr.iiioHtiin Tower and apllled out
.';..!.. by t'.ie ( nergetlr Senator DlXOS.
Hirsni It Burton I no: widely hnowi
In tie nation, but he Is said to br
quit a figure la Mo own community.
pVheearver t -Is Itveerrtst 1
wealth uf pvlawar. But oenatoi
Dixon waa unable to state whether or
not Sir. Ilnrton la able to psapj a dele
gate to Chlo In June plsdged to the
nomination of Col. Theodore Roosevelt.
He iatoe Dixon gleefully announced at
noon liia: he had heen Informed by long
distance telephone from ImllanapnMa
that the Taft meeting held there last
nlurht by Secretary of Commerce and
I.alu.r NnSMl was a frost. According to
Senator Dixon's Information there were
oniy twenty-tour people on tne piatrorm j
and four hundred In the hall and the
speech waa cut abort becauac of the
lukewarm attitude of the meagre
BOXER TO BATTLE BOXING
COMMISSION IN LEGAL RING.
Jeff Smith, Through Manager, Seeks
to Test Body's Power to Keep
Him From Fighting;
The right of the Boxing Commlaelon
to order boxers to box at certain clubs
or to restrain boxers from boaln at
designated clubs Is to be teated In th,,-
court. Nathan Vldaver, on behalf of
Jeff Smith, boxer, secured from Jus
tice Hsndrkck in the Supreme Court to
day a writ of certiorari to review a de
rision by the lioxlng Commission di
recting; Hmith to box with one Kid
Henry of Troy before club In Alban
before he boxea anywhere else.
It appear Hmlth and Henry were 1
matched three difturfiit times, and '
each time the instcli was called off by
llenry's manager. A fourth match
waa made. Henry clalma on condition
tii.it he be not able to do better. Sub
sequently Hmith 'Wuh matched to box
Freddy Hicks at the National Sport- !
Henry and his manager. Billy Roch.
n pealed to the Boxing Commlrsion and
arknd that Smith be prohibited from
fighting anybody else until after he had
kept his Albany engagement. Th oom
mleslon Issued the order, end Smith wss
debsrred from miming hi engagement
al the National.
Hmlth'" counsel contests the right PI
the oommlaslon to Issue such aq order
and questions Its Justtflrntl.vi The writ
a returnable within twenty days. In
the meantime. It acts as n stay Oa the
order of tbe Boalng Commlsi.on.
P1R8T RACE Two-year-old; pone
fSOO; aelllng; four furlong Thertaa
OKI, 111 OloTuggart). 3 to 1. 11 to & and
T to 10, won: Insurance man. Ill jeu
tien), IS to 1, t to 1, and I to 2, second;
Auto Ilun, 114 tYVllHon), 12 to 1, i to U
und 6 to -. third. Time o.,".l. Cordle P.,
Jack of Hearts, Mite. Forge, AHce Late
aOCMD ReVClB Foor-year-nlilH nifl
upward I purse IS00: selling; all rur
longs. Ohilton Squaw, 1 7 (Turner). 5
to 3. even, and 3 to t, first. Her tie. HI
(Forsyth), s to I, li to 2 and cvrn, sec
ond; l-ncle Jimmy Oray, ll (Peak). 8
to i. I lii 1 and 4 to i. third. TUO-.
1.18 2-5. MAS Ami. Naughty Lad.
tlsilden I'earl end Moncrlaf nlso ran.
T1IIKO HACK Three-vi ar-olds and
puree M ". condttloriK: alx and one-
half furlongs. Ainoret, lit iPaag), I to 1
2, 3 to li and out. Aral; T. M. Ilraas, ill I
(lftolsT1lor)i le to 6, 4 to B and 1 to I, o. !
ond; Republiean. H (Hopkins), 3 to ., 31
to HI Slid out. third, Time. I.S4 i-V 'T-
BUUt, Bmma und Merry I. ml alao ran And !
flnlalieal aa named.
FttUllTII Hat OK- Three-ycar-ulds and
OP Wnfd I pursu tiM; lelllnK rOdloap
nille and a sixteenth. U M. Miller, Ut,
(BUtVOll)i I' t" li T to 10 anil 1 in I, w in; '
lleleue, 2 (McCabel. 9 to 2, H to i ami',
t to 5. second; Cmel. ino (Sklrvln), 7 u
1. t. and .1 to "-. third. Time, I.&3 3-C !
Oakhurst, M Cumbnu and Nadsu alao
Makes Doughnuts That
Evtary ona LikSa
Recipes in packsge tell of
many things that anyone can
bake easily. Use 4 'Presto" Self
raiunK Flour snd get remits
that are sure to be tiifactory v :
TsaHOCa-w . fsjtis,N.yl
CASE ON PATENTS
YVicktTshani Favors Plan to
Have Decision Upholding
Monopoly Set Aside.
WAKIIIVC'TON. March I2.-Attorney-:
General Wlckrrsham Indlrnled to-day
that There was a slrong likelihood of a
rehearing helm; asked of the Supreme
.Court In the "pitent monopoly" ease
decided yesterday by a divided bench,
four to three. He said he had taken the
matter up l.y letter with the parties at
Issue, asking If a rehearing was desired.
The 'flnycrtiTnent, not tielnc. a parly to
the suit, run set only through the de
feated parties. The rehearing would
be asked on the ground that a full
' ben 'h had not paeeed on the case,
j Several bills to curb th monopollxlnn
i power of patentees over unpatented ar
I tlclea used In operating internet' ma
chines began to eliow life to-day In
i imgi-ess. Some old Mil ' were revlvl
' tied and new one drafted In response
t . the appeal of Chief-Justice White of
i the Supreme Court for Ctngresa to
Chant the law which a majority of tha
iVirt yesterday found ae patentees
I practically unrestricted t rlvlleges re
1 y, .rdlnir the manner In whl-'n their pat
ents may be used.
K. B. Moore, Commlslonrr of Psterita,
hl prepared a bill to amend the law
so that patentees may nut Impose oner
ous conditions upon aunrnasers of their
patented article. K. jzarnf Oore may rein
troduce a blllh--firesentel to Congress
last year rfjgulatlng "license restric
tions" In the sale of patents. The Sen
ate Committee on Interstate Commerce
tins recently Investigated pr.tent monop
olies along with monopjllea not sanc
tioned by law.
It has tHei understood that the com
mittee would deal with the patent o,ties
tlon In sny re i.iiuiu:idatlona It mluli:
mar,- In regard to changing the anti
trust laws. Senator Hrown. Chairman
of the Senate Committee on Patents.
HI1) members of
on Patents. hav
the llnuae Committee
cxpresyd themaolv a
I nlve the court's decision aa willing to
set promptly i
I Any amendments of tha patent laws
agreed upon Will i on tail in some form
I a blow at the comparatively recent
plan of rmttlna, a license restriction on
I the use of patented articles aoU by the
I Kepresentatlve Uttleton of New York,
' Pemocrat, after conferrlni: with the
Commissioner of 1'utcnis, announced
to-day that he would Introduce u Hill to
j meet the "legalised, monopoly" decision
I handed down yeaterk! . Mr. Ldttle
I ton's bill will aeek to limit the He p.
' Ing power given to patentees by Ike
President Taft, when a circuit Judge,
j It was learned to-day. concurred In an
opinion substantially the name ;n prln
; dple as the decision of the Supreme
i Court yesterday. That opinion, like yes
terday's decision, waa rendered hy Judge j
I I. ni ton. then a Judge of the sixth Cir
cuit. Judges Taft and Hammond con
curring. Hat "Irlkr May Reach llajanse.
It Is reared that the silk mill strike
that has been declared In faterson and
Union Hill, X. J.. may spread to
Bayonne. A committee of striking
operatives visited Bayonne to-day and
urged employees of the mills to go out
with them. Aa s result, the manufac
turers have asked tbe police to guard
tinted Males -'.rl 40, TOO aliarea: Heamm.
lalH ti.we; lilifh Vsller ft.'-'OU sham; Hrlr,
IS.uno atuueet i ;ip r, n..sa
alisen aad Cnluti
ivitv S8.8lt sii.K...
! And Why Drug Are Jieinu Uaed Leaa
and Less for That Purpose.
'l tie custom uf internal eJuliiiug for
km-puig tbr IntdltHiPS pure. ettaM iind
free from puiaoaotts mutter - curing;
1 L-ooslipation. biliousness and the more
serious diseases wliich tlicy lrin! ou
hris tM'eomo so universally populur, n:nl
osi-ientifieall correct lu it application,
1 a a tu merit the iaiit n-rnm. cousidera-
Drugs for tuts purpose hvr iroven
ll.at tneir tsPMi must be constantly
iucreaseil to UP ' ffective, tlnit they
force Nature iastead of assisting her,
i and, omtc taken, mint be continued.
On the contrary, the scientifically
I . a . ..... la-.U .1.. ..
ctmsvrenw ..... .... a-
j fHita .Nature, but t inlinitcly more
thoruUK'' in c.canline... than an
drutf, BO malt' if wliut ita nat urc.
The ,1. II. 1- I uacade, e-inch is now
lieinc used atlil nr...-il I
and prescriu y suaua;
alcians, is n
beinc shown ttm! cpliiinetl
all KiWer-llifeiuau Drue Mores in
(( Tors sad nrookiyn.
Its action is so simple ami natural
as to immediately up pen I to all OOSJtnoa
ense. That, is tlie rraaon for its (jrent
gpd deserved popularity.
Ask for Inxikli t "Why Mun of lo-iiay
!s Only 5"r EffMsttt '
I Trade Mark, I
Specisl tsr iuesdsy, Ike 12th Spccisi for Wednesday, im
TANUtClUNK 4)KA'K sa an. II li H IWIMIBMINT AMI ss
ilasW Si's. vTl.e. 1 DC VVl.NTKSliBriiN. U.le. ve 1 OC
" aarta-5.il sjok W Fill H IIOS
I KIM li -H:.tki VI U trie.
llark stow una t srtisadt street stores
Afi u'tr atores uihui rlaturaa
Milk Chocolale Covered
Maras hint) Cherries
I ri-sn Maraa. hlnoa floaHiiS In their
own IgtOai and dellcioik mil. an all
this goadneaa kept intact tor a coil
ing of our rrtPlldSi afllk
Plea of the Beef Trust to Have
Cases Taken From Chicago j
Jury Is Denied.
CRSCAOOi March H.-I'rrltcd Mete
District Judge Carpenter to-dtty de
clined to take from the Jur the case of
th ten Chicago packers eliargcl with
conspiracy lu maintaining n combina
tion In resttalnt of trade under the
Sh.-rman law and discharge the defend
ant. The Court denied the motion f the
defense after five days of argument by
The ruling of .Indue Carpenter means
thst the Jury which has been llstenilug
to testimony Introduced by the tlov
ermnent since lec. 26 will finally pssa
on the question of the paakera' guilt
MUSIC TO REFORM BOYS.
Votee I Pay
I list I'll et fir
Commissioner of Correction Whitney
believes music has a part In the aiding
to reform offenders In the city refurtra
tury on Hart's Island, end h requested
the Aldermen to give hint HfO In ape
c'al revenue liomke with whlcn to pay a
teacher of Instrumental inualc. Th"
finance committee approved the request,
with this Indorsement:
"Music Is extremely beneficial In the
general SChotnS of sod il reform for
v 1 Irh this Institution It established,
and Is necessary aa a pir i f the spe
cial reform work there."
Health Your Most
Toe fan protect your httb. msks
jonr?lf i .iiiiiiii.. fr iru Inftfct ion runt
fftrcl run) uT All U.CrftHaS CUBtiltlODS
by tut uar .f
Has no equal as a prfrntlTt.
IlVRlM th" iv. at i'.lrNtP Ui uitHftUdJ
C wlfbut Irr't Vmd
rtura for ItiRt ?l yrurs. Id a1 faff
uch. CsUl titckuK't rnskea , sil
ItJiiH fttantJnnl solution.
Kulil by (lni.Tiilt.ti rtsitstipsa
Ask jour doctur, ur st-uU for booklet.
111 AMONIIH Altll AS INVEriTMKNr if tliar
are ISJBBJ it at tiie rlgtit aftSS, Tbers la an In
triaaic tllsj tlie nuil 1 nvt-r tor Uiera. Nu other
ronunodlty In tin in. 1 1 la ue suid rnllateral
1 UKV XEVDlt WKAIS (HIT, years of eertue
nu- aot tajurc RHSB or ant taiair ISatSB, No
' n.atlir when- you asa nil tits fere of UM SrUl
XOO C.IJI DlsVOSli OP TIIKU rillt CASH,
ksi bear in um. i fJMJ u i . r 111 -. VslSsi
lili.llT ur .ul will luffsf a (laiui-uiluiu I - . L'ae
Sisal jn Iriiii-tit or lu.e roruidenc tu isjiue i.liatjle
, ta 1 1 e.i )..'ir in.. ne-.. liuuionJa mr. iiMad
at (Id. i . 1 ' i . t.sie a UUABAlrnCCO
1't.HII VAIX'H, Pet m:n.v. if ou CSKBSaa s
. i ni u 1 1 t lin .- ii ,;.. roil a lull if esle
aitieriu tu tsLI yon Sui'.iai easa fur It utt .l.maud
wit .11 .me ji-.r. I 1 oef ui.pla, ... uiiaranua
llu . slue un alt oaf liiam-iiU et in.' time vou
uwisaaee, aialai you .111 ai;r.-taiieat with our lit 1,1.
THr-I) A V .1SII TO-lfOSBQW are disM hare oa
sell vo.se SI .eo'iunslle Hl.Cg WIIITK lilt
MONK RJSUH Ubatrae liar wilsta and nrtcaa
.if seats nf them:
nod 3-H (arsis e'J.in
i aoil 7-K 11
III ' -i MIlU I-I " II '.
a I und ' III " 7H
A I snd -'l-IU 1 an
I 1 and l-l " .".O
1 M ri-s ,.f a Carol M
lis I.fl nf a Carat -jt
u:t 1-t f a Carat III
Mi 1)1 A MOM I lilt' lla MIS COMMISSION!
!i I. vile iiw.tl. n' an I their traiejlira' . ar-enaea
or u-uU Isaritlsra pesSta an staiiansl p aaatnet
oui UiaJivjtiila. end fur soa tn UTilla oi.r ,(ef.
Baeati It will be Mil a mattir nf s-Jtins ea
n ,.l...il- or retail jeeelh - u. MA'IVIi .N Ok'
iiCII lljAMOVD. ined- f 11 oiail. . to your 1 1
s'la-tl a, I'ii'U (SHn oars lh4r tirea wll'i oum
1 .11 T .. 1 It vol er.. mil I Inir. i.- ,1
I iiH.-.-.l that mil iMi-r't- mci Altni'T "in li r.y
; la-.-i-- ,.l,v it' a -lm lc nill.i (a r.'um rb.in
! n Aii tad ' vol It MiaVKV BACK, POUal
CHARLES A. KEEIVE
Imporlcr and Culler uf lllenuinds.
ItvO Broadway, New York
al'IA I el. -s.s I . ( 111,1 OI.A I I .v i
T, kllidsl liUa'. a nine, U
1111 Nil HOX Vw
m.'-n evert rtrnlus ualll II o'lluek.
eteulna until 11 n'rloel..
S4 BARCLAY Sj
29 Co nr LA HOT STJ
. c.,, ... H.-V1
Case f ..It . S
Tha tpseClatt wht la t-orh Instanc a
sludes tha contalnsr. .
1 BABY ALL SCALES
Scrafthsd Until Bleeding and a Mm
of Sores. Mother Walked Floor
with Her Night After Night. Used
Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
Skin Now Lovely and Clear.
187 Coffer St, Brooklyn, tt. T. "On
year ago my baby's face, bask and arts
became all scales and tbe itching was eatriMe
It came In the form of a pimple and she mould
scratch until It was bleeding and a raaaa of
sores She could not sleep day or nighl far
the itching and I had to walk th floor with
her night after night. I did not know
what a whole night's sleep was for nearly
four months. I was using salve and she was
getting worse after belli under bis ear for
See moo lbs so then I decided to try Cutkurs
Hap and Ointment.
"Every night I gat baby a hot wstes
batb with Cuticura .ap and then applied
the Ooticura t Hutment night and morning.
After using them two months she waa cured
completely sad now her skla Is lovely pad
clear." (Signed) Mrs. O. Hoehn, Sept. Sp, '11.
PfltlPLES SO DISFIGURING
I Shuts td My Friends. Now Fees la Smooth.
M. F. D. 2, Portsmouth, N. U. "I waa
bothered with pimples and blaekbsads in the
worst way for over four years. My face and
arms were completely covered. The unrip lea
would com out on my face and fester all up.
They would scab over, and make my face asm,
besides latins so disfiguring t hat I shunned my
friends. Aft.tr using two cakes of Cullcuns
Soap and two lanxes of Cuticura Ointment, my
fans Is ss smootw sa If there never had been a
pimple on it. t cannot sneak too highly of
tbe Cuticura Soa and ()lntment.H (blgaed)
Arthur K. Csswcu,. May , 1011. .
Cuticura Soap and Ointment ar sold
everywhere. Samp'o of each nulled free
with 32-p. book. Address, "Cull care,'
Dept. T, Boston. 'Amder4aced man aboul
have with Cuticura Soap Shaving i
During This Week Only
1 Lot at $47.50
1 Lot at $37.50
Malarly sold at SSS.OU Each.
l innet grade of reel Wiltons: hlshest
quality. sVeni-h style Wi'evel from the
i.iiuous Iobson Innms: extra heavy pile.
IliiliV DKl SMMLS Kl'M. x2. actual
talue ;...i. redured. P4A AA
this week, to a5U.iSU
lUJYaJs IVII.IO.N Kt'tig. tlUJI reg
ular prlL-0 SUb; tills Walk, 50
wuith I It it
w , k, at . .
si TWm vurd.
HI OS, oxi'i; real
i Alll'tTH, ordlDarthr
u, i i.i : orica. Inc hi
inc maktns. lining and
I I'I.M K BHl ssKl.fi CAKI'KTH,
rtitularly nilc. yurd. Hpcrt.il tnlcs.
Inuludlnv maktnii, lining and 'TIS
tTtXTOM VELVKT t Alll-KTs. actual
value si.tMi yara. special price.
ini'iuaina insKinv, lining ana
Special Prloi Having, In
MA. ut Wie v
itrd ami up.
sfaksra of Carpets for Hslf a Century,
53 to 59 West 14th St.
ltHntn ."th and Oth Avanurs.
iar "L.". Subwuy ami HnU .m Tunnels
K TPs H with
' the winning,
Leva ilr hi ii
i rarln for
ion even for
a sinalr day.
lu: she Knim ll keeps hej
.a.. .. . i.iiiii... riaar ana
ntte; prrvama the wrlnk.es
ulncli foreiell a.- and Sra0l
cue all racial blemishes.
ivUlul.RICS .mi. etna no aukts
or snlmr.: fjta ana never sa
-oraea rancid. ...
Tlil.es. Lie and !HVe
.1., sea. aan. . K-M -,.J BI.IVO
ll fleuv m. .1 lienurtment sHaaree
tharles fc. KeeKsr i s.
illnntle l it ,.I.V
BKNNaST On Monday, March it, 'SMu
AOBt.I A STEWART, widow of Dr. Oeers.
II. It. I lean "t.
Ralativea and frlanda are Invited te at
tend fun. ral aervlces at tha residence nr
hn aon-ln-law. Tillman C. Benson, HSu
In ...I at., Brooklyn, un Wedneeday after,
noon. Mareh 111. at a o'clock. inter
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
Lo.sT Tiger iwl wliite. Ajigora uT Uberal
sanl If returned 1 1 Mrs. T. Clark. 33T I bt'
HFLP WANTED MALE.
Mai Hi MH'f f..r'taStiau i3SsTfiiiea1isT
,-,: ::.'" g fly gag, KaS
"TO LET" ADS.
Simplify Home-tmehing by
taoing timm, tmmpmr and