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TJHE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1912.
IF YOU EASE UP YOUR STOMACH
YOU WILL FEEL FINE IMMEDIATELY
Hungry Waifs Who Ate
bridge, beat B, 11. ltutler of Toronto
with great ease.
O. V.. Falrbnlrn crossed tho line with
two lengths' load, his time for th
course belnir S minutes and S second.
Only Bread for Months
GOING TO REGATTA
IKE PLEA WITH
Enthusiasts Who Celebrated
Victory Say Saloonkeeper
Didn't Bring It Back.
GAVE HIM $5, HE SAYS.
Joyous Occasion Then Given
Last Touch by Policeman
Two young men of stupendous dig
nity, rather ornately uttlrm in the
moat fashionable jturb of the mone.U,
twined their arms about each othcr'a
nck In the Tomb's I'ollre Court to
day and called upon Magistrate Cor
rliran to visit the utmost rigors of the
law upon Stephen Mosor, proprietor of
a saloon nt No. 2S1 Canal street.
The taller and handsomer of the two
yourtlf men raid he was George II,
I.tftttr, a lawyer, of No. 30 ICust Klfty.
eighth street. Ills dearshfrenoncrth
declared with becoming hauteur, as he
brushed a teur from his (lowing left
eye. that he was It. C. Anderson ut
Shlnslnattl, Owhyo, ut present resident
at the llenania 'tel. which has been
translated to mean l'lnza.
THEY STARTED RIGHT, ANY
WAY, BY GOING TO 8EA GIRT.
The i.eitcr-Anderson celebrating part
nership went down to Sea Olrt, N. J.,
yttterday afternoon, explained Mr. I.es-
tr. to cor.sratulute their friend the
Governor. They had JjIiicJ the chcemu
multitudes and they hud cgbib tuolc to
Gotham still cheering.
"All wis well," said Sir. I.cater, pull
ing himself up to thu full mujesty of li.s
toll slentlctness, "until we came up.n
thU Canal st'eet saloon and decided to
accept of th hospitality its open doors
"Thasherwonl, prcclnm, llireerhecrs
wllson!" cut In Mr. Anderson, and then
subsided with a scruphtu grin.
Accompanied and uttended by the
chtlroteer of our gasoline c.ibriolette,'
pursued Mr. Lester, "we approached the
bar and ordered three gin rlckcys. In
payment for these Hnukl beverages 1
tsndered a1 120 bill, Intimating ai I did
so that If the prisoner here arraigned
at this bar of justice was kindly dis
posed toward Woourow wllson back
shtesh would accrue to him; In other
words, that we would proffer him a
"Ha accepted of said bill and said he
would send out for the change. Wo
waited. Your Honor, and we waited."
"An we'ro still erwaltln. b'gosht"
chimed In Mr. Anderson hotly, as he
snatched at something that Dew by him
whloh he alone seemed to see.
THEY'RE WAITING OH, 80 PAT
IENTLYI FOR THEIR CHANGE.
"tes, Judge," assented Mr. Lester
ponderously, "we ore still waiting so
for as that change Is concerned. Throe
quarters of an hour w waited patient
ly, and then we went out and got a
policeman named Hlckey."
"Thaahlsname. Itickey," chimed In
complainant Anderson, "but norelash
oniinrlckcy. Nothesamcfamlly. Three
rhserBwilson, Tlah, rah, ruh!"
The last was nald very falnjly and
Sir. Anderson of Shlnshlnuttl seemed
to go to sleep, though still supporting
himself wltli erect ciimuiy.
"Wo called In Policeman niclsey.'
concluded Mr. Lester, after xmlllnic
compassionately on his friend, nntl Mr,
Hlckey accepted our complaint and ar.
rested the prisoner. We stilt chnrr e hint
with holding out the change of that
The accused saloonkeeper protosted
that the complainants had handed him
a Ji bill which he changed, giving back
three II bills t.nd the remainder In
"They chucked the nickels out the
door and cheered for Wilson," said
Moier, "and then they gave a stranger
ta the ssloon a t0 bill and asked him
to go out and change It Into nickels so
that they could throw more money
away. That's how bad they were."
"Nothing of the sort occurred, Your
Honorl" cried Mr. Lester. "I am a
lawyer and weigh my statements. The
facts are Just as stated. The prisoner
"Worshenthat," spoko up th Shin
shlnattt aristocrat, "he's falshasbraes,
Magistrate Corrlgan had been looking
up at the celling, holding his wlndplim
ns If to control his agitation. Suddenly
lis looked down and fruwntd.
"Under the circumstances." he sala,
"I will hold the prisoner for trial In
"ThreosheernWllson!" uttered Mr. An
derson, who was then gathered to his
dignified friend and led on his way.
Magistrate Corrlgan said after the
hearing that he recognized young Mr.
Lester as u member of nn of the
wealthiest families of New York.
Youth Mlsslnir With Money.
The family and friends of Louis
Ksrlsohmldt, a young man who lives at
No. KW Stolnway uvenue, Long Island
City, are worried about him. Ilu hua
not (been heard from since he left the
grocery shop of D, Umbahr, where he
was employed, with 113 of his employer's
money to deposit In the Long Island
City hrnnch of the Corn Kxchantfe Hails
last Monday, and It Is feared that he
may nave been robbed of the monoy.
In any cxe his father and his employ.tr
would like to hear from htm. If any
thing has cono wrong they say they nro
willing to take him back and his Job
waiting for him.
r.ipluoiou Kills 1-1 Miners,
R3SBN, aermany, July J. Fourteen
miners were klllod to-day by an ex
plosion of firedamp In ono of the pits
uf the Osterfeld colliery, near Obe,-.
The Rough Personage,
(From ths Ntssrk Nsvrs.)
A Rough Personage, who was dashing
for a Shining Ooal, overtook a Stout
Personage waddling toward the samo
destination, and proceeded to wipe up
ths street with him, after which he
s'.uffed him down a manhole.
Hearing faint subterranean exclama
tions, he bent over the liolo and shouted:
"What's that you say down there?"
The Stout Personage replied:
"I ask you If you Insisted upon a
, Oun remlK.". ,
Had Nothing to Eat for
Months but Just Bread
It was a distracted "little mother"
who went to the One Hundred and
Fourth street police station last night
with four small children tagging at her
"These are my brother and sisters."
she told the sergeant. "They have not
had anything to eat except coffes and
brCAd for days. My mother has gone
away, 1 don't know where, and tha
babies have dono nothing but cry all
day. I'm so tired out myself that I
don't know what to do," and tho pro
tectress of tho little family broke down
and Joined the walls of her sisters and
When tho Sergeant had quitted ths
child she said her name was Mlnnlo
Drown and that sha was fourteen
Oarsmen in Dress of Middle
Ages Will Row Rulers to
Henley in Barge.
HENLRY-ON-TIIAMUS. Knulnnd. July
5. Tho annual regatta, n lilch on Satur
day next Is to be honored by the presence
of King Oc'orge and Queen Mary, who
sre coming In the old xtutn barge, which
has ben renovated for the oc.msIoh .nJ
Is to be manned by the King's watermen
In their historic costumes of the Middle
Ages, opened to-diiy under the most de
pressing weather conditions. The at
tendance too was tho smallest worded
Later In the day, honewr, the wetther
became brighter, and If the sun con-
to favor the most important
aquatic sporting and society event of the
year the week held under royal aus
pices Is expected to bo n most brilliant
The course from end to end was lined
from n enrlv hour with hr.iiiHfn'lh.
iiruwn mm inui ena was luunrci. , -
years old. flho had been living at No. decorated houseboats, prominent nmonc
IKf Second avenue until her mother which was that of Alfred O. VanderbllU
was dispossessed yesterday and at tho All the leadlnr 'st Knd dubs nnd the
same tltno disappeared. The others aro colleges of Oxford and C.imbrldgt. eru
llnrry. ten yeurs old: Kvo, eight; lithel also represented and tho scene was In-
,md llelle. who urc twins, four years sp.ring.
T. R. ISN'T TALKING.
I(n n t.'ntniiirnl on Wilson. Iml
fnnfers with t.lrtile-tiatit.
OVSTKIl HAY, July J.-K. A. Van
Vntkenhure of l'nllsdelnhlit. one uf The
odore Iloosevelt's lieutenants, came In
Hagamoro Hill for a conference lo-day
to talk oor plans for tho third party
campaign. Tho Colonel said ho would
hae no olher visitors lo-day He added
K uoiil.l h.v, ,m e.mtm.,tt tn
nomination or on tho Democratic plat-
"flome of tho newspapers say that
Wilson's nomlpatlnn as n progressive
takes the wind nut of your sails. Col
onrt." said n Interviewer.
That's Just the way they look at It,"
replied Mr. Itoosevelt.
Von don't have tn deny your stomach
anything It crave- llial is. If your stom
ach l as it sliniltc) lie. Vntl will not feel
the slightest ellect of Indigestion or will
you have lo fear that juiir'fooil will
ferment or sour on your stomach,
I If you will take Cooper's New Iicov
I cry before each meal It will ease up your
j slonmrli and make you feel fine.
II matters not wnai you neueve may
ail you, if you are continually having
sick headache., feel sluggish, have n had
taste tn the mouth, or suffer from belch
ing, dlxslness, poor digestion, souring of
food, or Ret up tn the morning feeling
just as tired as when you went tn bed,
then it Is n case of bad stomach.
Cooper's New Discovery correct all
this. It goes right to the root of the
trouble the stomach. II makes uslutej
do the real work by toning up the stom
ach, purifying the blood and loosening
up the clogged machinery of the body.
It makes a person who has been half sick
all the time sleep well at night, forget
nervousness ami enjoy life all day long.
Don't delay but go to your druggist
nnd get a bottle of Cooper's New Dis
covery, take three doses one before
each meal and If you don't think it's
the best medicine you have ever used
jniir money will be refunded. For
sale at all druggists.
DYNAMITE FAILS TO
TO SURFACE OF SEA
Efforts to Recover Bodies of
Inventor and Crew Unavail
ing Divers at Work.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. .1.. July J.
Althout;.! ft thorough sciirch has liven
kept up all morning by crewn from
tho Federal life i.ivliig stations nnd
professional .Hvers, the bodies of Mel
vln Vanlman, Walter iluost nnd 1'red
Klmor who, with C'nlvln Vanlman und
Qeorgo Puurllllun, wero hurled to
death yesterday mrnlni: when the
dirigible balloon Altron exploded l.ono
feet up In thn nlr, off Abaecon Inet,
had not hnon found up to 1 o'clock this
afternoon. The wlro and steel work
has become so twisted It Is Impossible
to get nt the bodU3, and It may bo a
couple of days hoforo they ate re
covered. At Intervals tills morning dynamite
was used to try and bring the bodies
to tho Hurfacc, or to cloar away some
of the wreckage. This dynnmlto was
set off as closo ns thirty f ot t to the
wrecked balloon, but It failed in its
The divers believe the bodies are
wedged In between tho masses of twist
ed steel, wlro and rubber, tmbtdded In
This afternoon the wrecking ma
chinery wa transferred to barges and
the worit or trying to naui tne wtpck
to tho surface was begun by means of
huge cranes. Tim wreckers say this
will lo tlltncult because of the depth to
which tho bulloon was driven by the
fnt-t... .if Ilu nlimvt Inlii IV1.1 iv'nlfttv
day thero were thousand of persons
gathered along tho Inlet looking for
I.Vnlilr HHirtrIl i nf Alfrnn. fl U'lin
t-fi u thn llmn.tl'il liitlf. t" nt ViMlmnn
arrived to-day. lie said ho would spare
no vxpenso to recover tno .uohich.
Priiscr lliiiislim Snlil,
(.Special to The lltrrlng World.)
HAYVILLK. N. Y.. July 3. It was
stutid here to-day by a member f
the Krazer family that their old West
Niiyvlllo resldeiui' und CCIO :icrc tract
have 'been sold to Commodore K. (!.
Ilourne, probttbln pilco tlOO.dOO. It
bus a fine shore front extending north
ward n mile and a linlf. It udjolns Mr.
Uourne's eMeiiHlve estate.
Mlnnlo explained that .troubles had
first come to '.holr family three years
a bo when her father left his wife and
children and had gone tn another city
with n woman. Ho sometimes sent
money to tho mother, according to tho
girl's story, but about three months i o j$
ago, ho stopped contributing to the
support of his family, and nothing had
been heard from him since.
"I've worked, making willow plumes
n'forn and after school," said Minnie,
'but I could not mako very much and
mother cried a groat deal because she
.vas not strong enough to go out to
rtork too. Tho llttlo t earned went fori
bicad and eoffei that's been our meal
for most three months.
"Yesterday tho landlord said wo must .
movo out uf our house. Mother did noil
hay much, but after a while she kissed 1
tho babies and wont out of tho house,
She did not come bnck. The twins began
to cry they always cry togelner. Then
Kva said sho was hungry und cried for
her supper. Then they nil cried. f
wanted to cry myself, and finally I came
hero. I'd read that the police took care
of hungry children and this Is a hungry
Minnie and her charges wcro placed In
caro of tho Children's Hodoty, nnd to
day they wcro arraigned tn Children's
Court buforo Justice lloyt. The oldest
of the llvo said her father's first name
I is Herman, that he is u tailor, and when
last heard fiom by his family was In
I Detroit. Mrs. Tilly Iiruwn. tho mother,
, Is forty-onn years old, and has been In
111 lienitn tor some time, rno cnuaren
case was left In tho hands of the so
ciety for Investigation.
Nineteen preliminary hMts In tho va
rlous events wero down for decision to
day, Tho only tnius.itlantlc competitor
to-day was the Canadlah, I.'. 1). llutlei
of Toronto, who was to row In the third
heat of the Diamond Pcull against U. 1".
I'alrburn of Jesus College.
In the third heat of tho diamond sculls
Kalrbalrn of Jesus College, Cam-
Sip Out Your
Ion Won't Need Them Any More
If Yon Uis PERSPI-NOI
It's good-bye forever to dress shields.
Qood-bye to excessive unnatural perspira
tion ot tho arm-pits. You can woar any
wslght ol olotbing or live In hot staSy
rise Hurt by Hvploillns I.nmp.
Klve persons bending over a bicycle
lamp were badly burned when the lamp
exploded early to-day In
Joseph Amato, No. 33?
street, Brooklyn. When tho explosion
occurred tho dress of Ornce Allesl
caught tiro and tho blazing oil struck
tho faces of Louisa itusno, twenty-six
years, and her flf tenn-year-old brother,
John. Charles Amato. the five-year-old
son of tho blcyclo owner, wo also
aflro from waist to heiul. Amato was
burned about the face nnd shoulders.
Ulankots and coats brought by neigh
bors were wrapped about tho scream
ing victims and two surgeons from the
WllllainHburg Hospital, Drs. ICokert
and Klrnhl, attended them. They wero
removed to their homes.
"No Mm Arn-PH Pmpirstioii and Ns
Mors Dross-ShlsUs. I Uso PER5ri-NO."
thO yard Of .nhlniv In f h.t pm.nl Knlrlnir wt. from
c. ..... 1. m i . i 1 . . . .
.mm Deriolratlon, or nave tnem gcv stirr, roae,
and have tho oolors run. If ?ou use the
new marvol. PKUHI'I-NO.
You can go to n dance, to the theatre,
concert, or any social affair, feeling sure
that yoa will never be humiliated ar bo In
perfect misery becnaso of urm-plt perspr
ration. I'KHHl'I-NO is a powder, a simple
formula, absolutely safo for nny body. Try
It once: you'll bo convinced nnd surprised.
You apply it with tho pad which Is packed
with ovarr box sold. 1'KItSl'I-NO Is
wonder. You'll say so after uslnif it once
Bstlfsctlon or money refunded.
PKRKl'I-NO Is for sale nt your' drug
gist's at 26o a box, or sunt cllruct, on receipt
of price, by tho l'uripo Co., Yt'.b Lincoln
Harris repair prices
are especially moderate.
When you break your glasses
bring them to us. You will
find our prices considerably
lower than you have been ac
customed to paying. We rec
ognize the imperative neces
sity for speed and accu
racy of course and in most
instances we can replace bro
ken lenses within a tew hours.
64 East 23rd St., near Fourth Ave,
Tl West 34 th St., bet. 6th and Cth Aves,
64 West 125th St., nesv Lenox Ave.
442 Columbus Ave., 81st and 82nd Sts.
70 Nassau St., near John St.
1009 IJroadwny, ne.tr Willo'by, Hklyn
489 Fulton St., opp. A. & S Uklyn
Wl Broad. gu Wv tttimt't, Newark
A SURE-ENOUGH WINNER
VHO WINS BY MERIT ALONE IN A FAIR CONTEST, APPEALS TO
EVERY RIGHT MINDED MAN THE WORLD OVER,
AND BY THE SAME TOKEN
HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE
APPEALS TO ALL WHO
CAN APPRECIATE ITS UNRlVALED PURITY
AND EXCELLENCE, ITS UNEQUALED QUALITY AND FLAVOR
IAMK MORA, IUrfHittts.
II, llt-IUCH. it Wiuiira Si..
,KXY CMRICtl, I h VH, N. V.
Surety Stamp Coupons Arc Redeemable in Merchandise.
Store Closes To-Morrow Independence Day
Sixth Ave., 20th, 21st and 22d Sts.
Woodrow Wilson's Books
Read the Political and Economic Opinions of the Man Nominated
for the Presidency at Baltimore Yesterday.
All intelligent voters will w anxious to know the rent opinions of Mr. Wilton on tho
tariff, the I rusts, the railroads, the worklnstnan, "bosses," nnd so on.
O'Neill's Hook Department can supply you with Mr. Wilson's "Hevision and llcunion," "The State,"
"GcorRu Wsihinglou," "The Constitutional Government ot the United States," or hit celebrated
History of the American People
This latter net being in live volumes, bound in cloth; specially 4
priced nt B I II
Buy them all on the Club Plan and pay-at-convtntent If you like.
A few facts as important as they are con
cise that you will be glad to know about
July Furniture Sale
Its resources are over $1,000,000.00
worth of O'Neill Standard Furniture
Its purpose is to put $1,000,000.00
worth of this splendid furniture into
the homes of Greater New York und
Surety Stamp Coupons with all
purchases represent an addi
tional saving of about 5 per cent.
O'Neill Standard Furniture
is not that deceptive, j,'ood-onough-lo-look-at,
below-grade furniture of
which there' is so much in "sales."
It is all regular O'Neill standard
Furniture, just the same, just ns
good as you see in our regular
The enormous purchases, made
with that ambitious purpose in mind,
.brought unprecedented price conces
sions. The actual savings will range
"from 10 to 50 on O'Neill's
moderate regular prices.
O'NeiU's Values and Prices are
factsL There are no flights of imagina
tlon in them. A value is based on our
own moderate regular price for the
article offered. And any July sale
price you see in O'Neill's advertising
is the lowest that can be quoted on
the kind of furniture you wish to buy.
The Sale Continues Throughout the Month of July
Bring your filled liiwk X"2iTSjlLltmP (';'" " O'Neill' ; Furniture Sale. Each filled boob
itgotxljur Si.liO nt 'triVror jocr merctandhe in the O'Neill Store (Groceries excepted).
Just a few price 'hints:
$16.25 Brass Bed.
$J275 jffi ii ii 'in
'iniilinl with O'Neill 3-Year Guaranteed Lacuuer:
either bright or sstin finish. An exclusive tlrsiirn (like
xkrtcli), i-incli pillarm U.incli tup rod; 1 inch bottom
rod; even 1 -inch filling tihIs in hend unil foot; height
ci( hrad, Si inclirn; height of (ool, M.I inche; heavy
brass hall comers; mniln in nil regular (izes,
$20 Couch at $10
It )ian a sturdy onk frame, handsomely carved. It is
xi iiiinrj nine ami inn ii irci lung. inaetirucilM.
terl spring bottom, open construction. Upholstered
rkish spring frame.
ou a Tur
Furniture for the little apartment; the paU
liul hotel suite; the city home, large or small;
the country or seashore cottage; the suburban
residence; the club; the bachelor's quarters
in fact, for every purjwse und for every room.
Join O'Neill's Household Club
$0.20 Karly English Library Table,
K.5.(M) Combination Table Desk,
tOU.OO I'urlor Suit, 60.00.
SZ.30 llumbiio Sewing Table, 11.98
Sll.tf.l lliimboo llnnkcnsrs, 12.30
t.iS Ilamboo Tables, OBc
Dining Room Furniture
rtlHn.MU Dining; l'.onm Suite, $254.00
$.'.V0 f liinn Chisel, S1B.73
I.ralher Diniu Clutirs, IJ.rS
811 7.1 Can Ihk'li Chair, M.rs
tl.J Kitchen Clmin. 98c
Sic Kitchen Chairs. 39c
9S.X.? Heed ltockrri, 13.23
J:i'i0 Herd Hockcrs, 12.30
Maple Wood Hockcrs, special, 73c
Bed Room Furniture
tlSA)a Chiffonier, 17.00
W.73 Vermin I'rnnf JVrinB, 13.73
i7.0il Dresser. 118.73
13.00 Knanu-I Dresser. 111.30
111,30 Feu t her I'illows, 98c
KI3..M) 1 i r : Itrd Outfit, 126
if,S0..'ll llruss llril, 32.30
4,tl site, 13 pounds... 913.30 tlO.M
4.0 size, 40 pounds... 11.50 9.03
3,(1 nize, Si pounds... 10,i 8.1a
.1,0 site, .SO pounds.,, 8.73 7.13
V.tl size, ti pounds... 7.i3 6O0
Crib Site 4.43 3 M
4.0 site 97.50 3.30
1.0 site 7.00 3.M
3.0 size 0.75 4.73
.1.0 site 6,i3 4.39
.(1 site 6.00 4.0
Crib size 3.00 2.23
97.3(1 Knnmrl Crib, 5.73 '
93.43 Kn.imrl lied, $4.00
$3.73 Iron Cot, 3.93
OlNvill-Adtmi Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Stu-Ncw Yffik City )