- ft' fcs
$250,000 10 HELP
Ton tin a 4 from Tlrmt Va.se.)
tha total of hit contribution. Tha wit
naaa thoucht ha couW not remwntiar,
"Wm It more than UO.OOOT" "Oh, yea."
tlOO.OOOr' "It tniut hava bm mart
"Vaa it 130,000?" pursued Senator
Jonei. "I doubt It I trlc.l to remembar,
but I And I cannot," iM Mr. Ilelmont.
Senator Jonta tried a new tack.
"Did you contribute by cih or
checkr "Very often by caah."
"And checkr' queried Senator
Paynter, "Seldom by clieck. I cannot
remember tha xact amount, but I im
aatlaflM with an eat-'matn of 0.0M."
AVE ALSO TO STATE FUND;
EXPECTED NO RETURN.
Senator Jones asked Mr, Belmont how
much he contributed In addition to the
$380,000 given to the national campaign.
The witness replied ha always contrib
uted to the rampalirn In own locality
and to the State campalm. lie was not
abla to tell how much that made In ad
dition to the KSO.OOa
"Do you care to Hive ay reasons why
you contributed bo lame a aumT" In
quired Senator Jonea.
"I was very actlra In Uie nomination,"
baajan Mr. llelmont, "and had bean se
lected .to ajerve on tha committee, and
when funda did not come In I Just con
tribute.!. I never Intended to make any
such contribution, but when deficits
rose I contributed."
itt, Belmont was asked If he had any
. underatandlna of reward from Judge
Parker, tha Presidential canJtdata.
"From tho vary outset Judge Parker
ma a free and Independent man and
"U yom axpeot aay favors r'
"Oa tha coatrary, Jodra Varkar ut
ters to od frosa aa that there wonia ba
artMaf X eomld aaoapt. X was very
rnaah Utoraatad la tha eatnpalfn and
oaatrlbated purely aa a Democrat."
"Wor did yom aspect to hava aay
yeaUl laiiilatioaT" Benator Faynter
"aToaa whatever. Thar waa bo la
tareat with which X was connected
that eomld ba helped by special lefts-
"Before your day, yoa had tha as
marnyto of a fatkar who waa liberal
eaamailym eoatrlbmtor, did yom motr
ama aired aaator Faynter.
"I did. X remember aa a boy attend
tmg tha eoavaataoa of !,"
CAMPAIGN FUND OF 1004 NOT
MORE THAN S700.OOO.
Mr. Belmont waa unable to rtva an
aeearate aatlaata of tha total of tha
rmmda, at tha dlapoaal of tha Demo-
aias Vatlonal Oommlttaa la laoi.
Wham Beaator Olapp aakad If It were
million dollars ha "rntssed" It was
mat mora thaa seoo.ooo or 1700,000,
"I nwer asked for the speclnc
mount, aaaea iu. iitlino.it Dy way o
explanation. "You see theso things are
not conducted like a businei concern
Keenlnc accounts is expensive r.nd 1
doubt If any committee ever did 1t be
fore It waa under obligation to da va:
Mr. Iletmont produced a memorandum
bowing tha on March 26, 1M, M17.M
waa turned over to him aa tha remnant
of the Democratic -war funda. Mr. Del
mont had then been aelected aa treasurer
of the national committee. He disbursed
tK, leaving ftll.10, -R-tilch tie turned over
Jan. 18, 190S, to W. II. O'Urlmi, treasurer,
for the President's! flrht,
Wheal aakad if ha coald remem'ber
ray ooatrlhtrtloas from lndlvldoals or
corporatloaa ICx, Belmont replied thera
were aoaa from coruorauons.
"Any from Individuals for ecrporm-
turtB7" Msad Banator oiapp.
'Vo yea," replied the wltntin.
"Tttrm wkonir tnalatad Benato
"Kcory Bavemeyer, irat It waa re
tor led. xt was secured J won't aay
who secured It anyway, It came, later
It was rejected and that contribution
waa returned. X remember a dlacusston
la sir. Tarrarfa room to tha effect
that tha contribution was regarded aa
Mr. llelmont nstlmated the Have,
saeyer contribution at 110,000. He re
called that, he had naked Morton V,
Plant for a contribution and got "jirob
WALL STREET GAVE LITTLE TO
"Did you solicit money from' your
irjenda and acquaintances;" asked
BTr. Belmont mentioned Mr. Treed
saaa, one of "my dlrectora on the Xa.
ter borough" Xtalaaoay Blooli aad a Mr.
Aaxsbach aa man whom ha had aakad
oca tribute. Xfa aald Wall Btreet
"Who was the most active In raising
funds?" the chairman asked.
"Oh, that Is a thing rio one devotes all
his time to." was the response. "As.
'mint speakers and distributing lltera-
re, is me great wor. every Demo-
wat supposed to contribute,"
THE HEAT WAVE ALL RIGHT
(Continued from PI rut Page.)
hla father had aald to the extent of ad
mitting that he knew of the confession.
MEMBER8 OF SWARTZ FAMILY
BEFORE GRAND JURY,
ftnmuel Swnrtz was the first witness
called at the Grand Jury Investigation,
and ha repeated hla atory of tha con
fession. Ilia daughter, Mr. Prances
Alexander, followed the old mnn and
told that Nathan had come to her and
her husband, Henry Alexander, In the
Hwarta flat at No. IST0 Third avenue,
adjoining tha "murder flat" nt No. SitH,
on the night before he went to her
father. The young woman said that
her brother had hinted that ha waa
guilty of tha crime and that aha and
her husband had driven htm from tha
Philip and Jacob Swartx were tha next
witnesses, and they were followed by
Coronera Physician Rleicelman, Coroner
Shongut and Detectives Riley, Caasaaaa
and ltepetto. After tha last wltneas had
finished hla testimony the Grand Jurora
voted unanimously tor an Indictment
charging murder In the first degree. Aa-
alatant District-Attorney N'ott will draw
tha bill and It will be presented to
Judge Mulqueen In Part I. of General
The decision to frame a murder In
dlctment against Swarts with all pos-
alble despatch waa reached at a con
ference last night between Capt. Sam
Price of the Uronx Detective Bureau
and District-Attorney Whitman, held
at Mr. Whitman's home. At this con
ference, It ts oatd, Capt. Price stated
that his detectives were surely drawing
their nets about Swartx In a neighbor
ing fitatn and that an Indictment would
be necessary to assist In extraditing
tha prisoner after he was cornered and
WITNE8SE8 ALL READY WHEN
GRAND JURY MET.
Assistant District-Attorney N'ott was
called up late at night and ordered to
hava everything In readiness to present
tha caao to the Grand Jury when It
convened to-day. Tho police and Mr.
Nott worked so swiftly that before the
Grand Jury room was opened fiva mem
bers of the Swartx family, Coroner Shon
gut of tha Bronx, Coroner's Phyalclan
niegelnvan and Mr. and Mrs. Connors,
the parents of the slain child, had been
ntrembled In the District-Attorney's of
fice ready to be taken before the Grand
Jurora nnd testify.
An Important witness la Mrs. Per
guson, Janltresn of the tenement at
No. 1970 Third avenue, where the
Swartxes lived at the tlmo of the
It waa learned to-day that Mrs
Ferguson flral called the attention of
Capt Pries to the fact that the
Bwarttea wera strangely silent and
kept themselves locked In their rooma
while the entire neighborhood waa
aroused over the finding of the dying
victim of a flendlah crlma In the
vacant lot back of their home.
Pamlllea poured out of every flat In
m , i
Clearance of Women's Shoes
Oxfords, Blnck Kid, Welt Solos, $1.75
" Gun Metal, 1.90
" Brown Kid, 2.75
Pumps, Patent Leather, Tan Russia,
and Gun Metal, 1.90
" White Buck, 2M
Colonials, Tan Russia and Gun Metal, 2.75
High Boots, White, Ton or Black, 2.75
Many other excellent values in 'reOi
new shoes in the season's best models.
Sh of Equally allractlvt robtet
SMh Aoenut Stor onty in ectry department
( Nineleerih Slreet
StE AY BME
MICE A' Ccoi. I
Oi l FINE- I
AS DESCRIBED ON
THE PAROLE ROOKS.
The ofllelnl description of Nnthnn
Swartx on the parole honks of t ho
Department of Correction Is:
rive fset Ave Inches tall,
weight 134 pounds,' black hair,
gray eyas, of sallow pock
marked complexion and "mor
He wore when ho went away
oa the day of tha murder a
cheeked salt, soft collar at
tached to negligee shirt, a blue
cap, black tie and black ahoas.
and In tho ndjolnlng house at
In the vacant third floor flat
wineo too iiiurut-ri-r iiau fiuou no
horrible work of atnhblnc; a llttlo child
41 times and at last Orlvlnt; his knlfo
through the aide to the heart.
"Kverybody turned out." said Mrs.
ir.r,,.nn m.iinv. "hut tlm Sivn niM
They every one of them -kept them
selves fast In their rooms. 1 saw nil
our tonints tlmt, morning (Sunday,
July 7), and they all nstavl questions
but the Swartxes. They came out one ,
at a time and said nothing to anybody ;
was verv strange at tho time, but of
course I didn't know that Nathan
Swartx had dleappeorcd."
A member of tho Dlstilct-Attorney's
staff aald to-day:
"Having such evldenco ai la now tn
our hands It would be wrong to delay
inillMment for an hour lonccr than
neceaiary. for . 3 war ti has not been ar-1 !
Mativl- And under tho laws eovernlni?
- ... , .
certain States. If he wero picked up
4ililn Oinlr t.npilfra tvr pnltlil tint nvlr
tor nil uoicoi.uii ui uairanmuii uo.rs:,ltt. .r,
there was nn Indictment agulnst him.
Wa will give the iiuprctt-d man no such
loophole, If tho Granfl Jury takes the
same view of tho evidence that both
the police and this olTlco takes."
Inspector Edward Hughes, who has
taken charge of the case, said to-day:
'The police of Now iorK wero never
ao anxious to capture any criminal as
they are to get hands on this man
Swartx. We will not 'ay Just how much
evidence we have connecting him with
the Connors murder, but we have learned
things which make us sure that ho Is a
creature without conscience or morula
a human beast.
Thla talk that thieves have come to
his aid Is ridiculous. When he was In
the reformatory he did not make any
associates. He wns morose and taciturn.
He kept to himself. Our Inverttgatlons
of his habits since his release show tint
the man was without any friends. Ita
had only acquaintances. He frequently
descended to 'panhandling when ho was
WILKE8 BARRE PRI80NER SAYS
HE 18 NOT SWARTZ.
WILKHH-HAItRi:, Pa., July 1(5. The
young mnn who wnt nrrexted here last
night on Hiixnlclon tlmt ho might lie
Nathan Hwurtz, said to-diiy that his
detention wns uncalled for.
The prisoner snys his imniii Is Samuel
Sukont, that he Is twetity-seyen years
old nnd tlmt he resides at No. 4 1
Third nvenue. New York. Ho h.-ih his
Innocence will bo statillshed upon the
arrival of a relatlvn from New York.
Chief of Police Zoeller Iiiim notified tile
police authorities of New York of tin,
arrest and ho expects n detective will
jo sent here to invcstlKnte,
Tha man's nrrest wa brought about
when no entereu an eatlni; House, a
patron of tho place who had a news
paper containing Swartz's photosrnnli.
said to the proprietor: "That man looks
like tho fellow they aro looking for In
New York." The pollco wore notified of
tne suspicions ana trie man was locked
oliove Forty-fit h St.
THE EVENING WORLD,
av bane, ser
Coouvi p. vK.V
Iliilllli activity In shares of the North-v.'oti-in
rmlrciirig uKuln created higher
conditions In tho stock market to-day
at th outa ot "'u'll'"- Tn" sensa
tional slump In wheat ypstcrday, due
to rxtrrmuly favorably orop reports,
wns followed by a heavy buying de
inaml fur St. P.itil, Chicago & North
western ami t'.io Hill Issues during the
first hour to-day. All these features
quickly rcronled calns of over one point.
Union 1'adflc, Steel and Heading were
The Initial biiylnif movement slack-
rnr' "mcwlint In the later p-rlod, but
TL3. maln,a,nt'1 aro,,nd ,op
Tho lift wnvered slightly In the after
noon when a brief ronlUInK movement
tvns directed analnst Bt. Paul. Krnrtlon
nl ojiici-s.'iloits were numerous tn Head-
Ins. Steel, t'nloti Pacific and Copper.
J'l tho flnnl hour a firmer tonn de
I vch-ped nml cloMnt; sales were about
! tho best of the day.
1'lir Closing- Triers.
Tdnt'n liWient. lownt and lt tlrt of ttofki
."."'J.'S 1??'''"'' Uh ""lrd''',
AmM. t'flKww vjji k
.m. i; & i
Am. 4'nn. f
Am. Xniflt. IM
Am. T. - T. Co. .
Aliamnda Mln. ...
A.. T. V s V...
Halt. A- Ohio
ll'kljn llaii, Tran.
4IU 41 lj
lira, t! wnio
M. fc HI. f...
". I net .v Iron,
"4U -4- (4
ntw. Met .
Believes This Will "Core
Conaiimntlnn la a dliesx which should
not tie trifled with. If the trouhle Is prea.
ent, don't waste time In argument.
ir a ao-rnlied -Tour- naa ions paralated;
If a coUKli la preiant that ktept you
anxloua: or any uf the ayinptuma exlat
ui-li aa fever or mxht sweats, weakneaa
uti.l loan of Appetlta, nnd perhaps same
ralalne uf niiicnua da the aenalble thins:
tnk llekmnn's Alterative aa Mr. Hettera-
iiuwiing ureen, Ky n. No. 4.
Oontlcmrn : In inns 1 had u aevere
enuKti fur lx montha. I tried all tha
meitlrine mat my rnenda and doctors
rec'imnicniled to me. but no raaulta cams
for the better. At laat I tried vour medl
rlnc. In one week'a time there was quite
an ImproN einent In my comllllon, and af
ter 1 hud liken aeversl bottles I fait aa
well aa etrr in my me. i will slanijr
write iieraonullt- tn any oarty wantlns In
fnrmitmn 'in regard to your wonderful
medicine." (Hlanc! Atfl.linltl
A. 1-. lllilllillHWOHTII.
ll(nun' Alterative la effective In llrnn.
ehltla. Aathnia. Hjy Teter, Throat and
I. u mi: Triiubtea, nnd In upbuilding the ays
tern, Dntj n-it rontriln uolanna. opiates or
hibil-furmliig drugs. lr aiu bv Hiker
Itogenutn UrUR Mtore. nnd other leadlns
druiivlata. AaU for botklet telllnc of r.
envertwa. nnd write to Krkman Laboratory.
I'bllnileipnii, rn.. for ajilltlonal evldenee.
rr w . w wj
Thla llome oa Kibltiltlon
' an.. j an
a.lMeco Pallor Suit
villi l Ma Olialr jr
lloiKr, or f,.,lere
I'arljr huh. b.3t
111.11 Wllei Itlll. I
illlt Ihnal'u Mlrrr
or IVr Mirror. I
Tulle. rou-iil or
luarc. it ClirUtr
I'lcliiffa. !! I'alr.
t ai i. Curtal-ia. t
t iu'Uv i.f llulfrl,
I lilia Cloiet, Side,
tuanl or Mjrlilii..
I Ilk rlultll ail
Juartrtf. I Pillar
"i K x i e o a i n n
lalila. 4 Ch.i!n.
Canp lto Svat. I
Anncl.al , Caur Itox
Hi at. I I1' Ilr.li.
ail Itur lull. 1
I'.mrli. TiifH M,v
roeiolln.. H.illl oik
frame. 1 lioo.'.ted
llmuor Sf. 1 lap.
I. try Tattle Pom.
t llrav. lie, I. 1
Maltua. 1 WoTfi
"3YO nVrH nil
Sales Darlsg Jaly
I -J.oo tt kly.
I it. .H tVklr.
I :.) Hklj.
I 1.1(0 Wklr,
A mil- Within
'lliea rr t.
X l'AY Fit LIGHT AND
Write lor His
uu h;j-ui;, kMr
antrt-1; t! Ilriminr
i rjlli.r I'lllo 1 1. I
CoMt.i Oik li.w
I Ui'l.lrn Ot'
tVailbttamt 1 Coin
tintr. I I'lta Itiu.
'M. t ! oratM
Knall.h T'i'Ift st,
K r!ifll 'In !t
I urn It lire
1. 'h.a I" ilr.. 1
Kit b:i -1 '. Yi
I t. l.lnjl' 'n 1
I it ur Iti f ',-er-
2 Popts Below Kesnor's
LalrirviinfiiurorntDf i atrutrAm'w
TO YOUR DOOR Bat
Jiul., A Aa.l, ...
Mo., Kan. it fri.
Norfolk A tVsat..
nj S irins...
IteAtlnf , . ,
1((k1 l.laml, ..
South. H'l t.f
V. H. Ilubbrr
II. H. Htffl
II. H. Htrrl .f
U'ahaili iif . .......
Wot. K. ft l . . . .
$4,837,226,388 YEAR'S CASH
Total of Transactions by 17. 9,
WA31IINQTON, July 16. The cash
transactions of Leo McCluns;, Treasuror
of the United States, with the business
world during the flsral year 1912 climbed
to the enormous total of il,8.i7,S6.K(S, tho
highest In tho history of the country.
This amount, 300,tft,ono greater than the
previous year, represents the combined
Income and expenditures ot the Govern
ment. Including the lntra-departmental
transactions, which necessarily Involve
duplication, the total amount of mono
handled by the divisions of tho Treas
urer's office reached 18,601,731,002.
im' ion' lSat a J 3
77 7tV 77 J
lfltiu iR.iv less
SOU MH SO'I
1 1 2 I 111H HIS. i
mw ets eis
H'l 14i I4S 4. H
will hold To-morrow, a General Clearance Sale of
Misses' and Girls'
Included In this sale are many of the newest and most effective
styles of the season. ',
of Plain and Striped Voiles, Figured Lawns,
Ginghams and Tissues, trimmed with lace $ 2 o C A oc
and embroidery, sizes 14 to 18 years, at 5aaa5s5, 4.0i5
Formerly from $6.75 to 9.75
Misses' Linen Suits,
In white, natural and all desirable -.- A n e-r'rin.
colors, sizes from 14 to 18 years, from to 1 J. DA)
Formerly from gl 1.50 to 29.50
Misses' Lingerie Dresses,
of fine Batiste, trimmed with Cluny and
Valenciennes laces and embroideries, tn r-rv n .
sizes from 14 to 18 years, at O.OU, 1 ll.d
Formerly $1 5.00 and 19.75
Girls' Tub Dresses,
of Galateas, Figured Lawns, Ginghams,
Tissues, Poplins and Lingerie, c 0 c . EA
sizes 6 to 14 years, from$ 1 .85 to 0.50
Formerly from J52.75 to 10.50
Misses' Washable Skirts,
of Cordeline, Corduroy, i eip T) 1 c "3 BA
Ratine and Linen?, at 11 . O, X. IO, t5.0U
Actual Values from S3.75 to 7.50 , iti, v
And in their Infants' Outfitting Departments,
an Exceptional Offering of
in Yoke, Empire, Russian and Waist styles, in sizes from six months
to five years, at the very low prices of
45 , 69c, 95c, 1.25, 1.50 and 1.75
Together with the remainder of this season's
Imported Coats, Bonnets and Hats at Decided Reductions
Also, To-morrow, an Importation of Real Madeira
mamd Embroidered Linens
At One-Half Their Regular Values
Napkin Pockets, at 30c, .'50c, 75c
Centrepieces, 95c, 1.75, 3.50
Scarfs, 2.25, 3.50, 4.95
Doyleys, ' Dozen 1.35, 2.25, 3.75
Tea and Luncheon Napkins, " 3.65, 5.25, 6.25
Tea Cloths, at 1.95, 3.85, 7.75
Luncheon Sets, at ' 3.45, 7.75, 11.50
Luncheon Cloths, i, " 14.50, 17.50, 22.50
West 23d and 22d Streets
It Bkei little difference what tob
? 9 9
Your eye glasses will surely
stay on tho bridge
of your nose, no matter how
much you run, jump or walk,
if they are attached to a
You can't jar or shake them
off. Attached to your glasses
for 35 cents.
Sold only at our eight stores
64 East 23rd St., near Fourth At
27 West 34th St., bet. 5th and 6th Avw.
64 West 125th St., nawr Lenox Avsx
442 Columbus Are., 81st and 82nd Sta.
TO Nassau St., near John St.
1009 Broadway, near Wlllo'by, nklya
488 Fulton St., opp. A. ot S lljclyB
697 Broad St near Hahne's. Newark
leed-a fTorli "Wilt" will fo ret ft.
( " HO ! ) f - VEIL - A3 Awnju l ' I
V I ' HEr-wwe BANC ) L
y I v broken y f ,
B waSW aV aajwavaj
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS AND HATS
FOR MEN, DOTH AND CfllLDBUN
Children's Wash Suits
These Novelties from our own workrooms enable us
to offer Exclusive Styles In Children's Wash Suits.
It is a class of Merchandise not found In the Depart
ment Stores. At these Reduced Prices, all parents
will have an opportunity to test the Quality and
Correctness of our attire for young folks.
RUSSIAN BLOUSE, SAILOR and BEACH SUITS
Formerly selling at $1.25
Madras, Linen, Galatea, Repp and Duck, in a large
variety ot colors and trimmings.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS
$1.50 to S3.00 Values, Now 75c
$3.50 to $5.00 " " $1.35
BATHING SUITS REDUCED
AU Wool Jersey Two-riece Suits for Young Men and
Boys, and Knit and Flannel Onc-IMcce Suits for Chil
$2.25 Values, Now $1.35
BROWNING. KING & CO.
Broadway at 32d Street Cooper Square at 5ih Slreet
Brooklyn: Fulton at DcKalb
Lord & Taylor
Clearing Sale of
Entire Stock on Salt1
$2.95 & $3.95
Values from $5.00 to $8.00
' Store closes 5.30 P. M.; 12 Noon 011 Snlurdnys.
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
r laads a UaaVn. smthrul, brastkas
aoraDUslflSU without aho'ln nowdcr.
Cimin malntalaa tta AtnwMl til mmA
l "sx. Bni rou riQTa ic jonraair, un.
iiassinarpovaan. uanaan aorttna ami
Ua.BUU.aktalnat.ad of Injurin It.
rnr hbri a(l, rut, flnt
D4 Praaab rall.l flat, ft) .u.
CameH Ce!d Crew ,
. saathaa aad sftu Int. a
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS'
WORK. MONDAY WONDERS
and $1.75, Now, 05c
" 5-:.", si.&u
53.00, " $1.05
" S4.00, " $2.50
u c nn " cn so
70 - 'lOO'
A seven-time World
Want Works ail the
week. Order one
tp-day and prosp r.
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