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THE EVINIHO WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST S, 1912.
BANG! WENT COFFEE
POT; BLEW 12,000
AND FLAT UPSTAGE
Dynamite Caps for Burlesque
Show Villains' Revolvers
Suddenly Let (i'.
THEN IT RAINED BILLS,
Money Vanished, bUt
Property Man's House Was
No Make-Believe Wreck.
Ordinary paper caps, VUCt) a are ii.ed
T smalt boy In lay pistols, do nnl
make nearly enough noli for the ill
lelne who itn the "dlrtv work" In IB
"Quean of the : Barters," a Dtir-
lsfjque ahow that will be sprung on the
unauepe-t m Inhabitants of staid Bos
ton nett week
Instead, the dynamlta raps tMCI
mate the hng In the aand tnrpedne
ara used. They make more nnlae. It
waa pari of the Job of John Church,
properly manager for t!ie ahoa. whir
la rehearsing- here, to opan the paper
torpedoes and take the raps out, ao that
latar they may ha uaed In the stage
Church undertook the Job to-day In
hie flat, on tha sixth floor of No. TiO
West HViti, -thlr.l street, where he Uvea
with Me wife II liad unloaded sev
eral hundred of ithe torpedoes, dropping
tha accumulated cap Into a coffee oan
which ha had put li. the middla of tha
tad. Mrs Church, who had bean watch
lay htm. tiad uat stepped into another
room whan tha oanfuj of dynamlta
ape aapiodad with mora nolaa than a
It la ok Hand fcomh
Church waa hurled across tha room
hjr tha force of tha explosion and de
posited with considerable force upon a
dtatne-room tabu. (Mrs Church, In an
adjoining- room, waa thrown down. All
thai window pane and aMhaa In tha
apartment ware blown out. failing glass
scattering among paaaaratby on tha
street A bote waa blown oomphrtetv
through tha mat treaa and spring at tha
Led and tha coffee oan Imbedded In tha
THAT BTA4M MONEY CERTAINLY
Oarald. tha thr-rer-ostl aon of Mra
Thumaa Duswortb. who rive In an ad
joining apart aaanC waa hurled from hi
bid to T. flooTand must, glass in aha J
by tha ooncu.-
alon. Mr. Mary Camilla, known on tha
at eaav. gaga Uaa u faarhahr wKn T aVat eteJtafwt h ahaT
apartment on tha same floor, waa hurled
from her chaw and painfully brulssd j
tihaassk. who mmm saaewolv burned
about tha head and body by tha as
piadlng oapa, waa taken ta Tflowar Hae
pltal by Dr. Qrlepell, who aald his
wounds war not sartous.
All the "prop" for the new bur
leaque show war In tha Church apart
ment Lying alongside tha coffee can
waa $2,000 in bllls-atai money, though. ,
ft? k.I'. tj-L3!L5S!? .hd
plo.lon. n.l Mr. Church. In atampln. !
out the damn, kicked tha bill all ovar
When the excitement waa all ovar tain social seals, th thing to do 1 to
and Mra '"hut-ch began cleaning up the rhoosa a lower ona within reach of tha
debris tl.UiS of the stage money had pur
one sway in the pocket! of people ... V- . , ,v.
who ruihed Into the flat from the ' 1 m J tht um
treet after the eiplolon Mr. Church 1 " thing people with amall ln
atopped leughlng lone enough to admit ; cornea find that they cannot get along;
that she had seen various good 8a- ' without. There la a continual struggle
Ptaritana who came to offer asslatance lo aeep up appearances, In have Just
furtively pick up some of th. bills and I mucn a, n.jghbor ha and
quietly hide them away , m.ybe , mor on. fteU
IN AUTO SHE RUNS DOWN BOY
Iss Olkboas Waa Takes to Italloa
Honse, bst Was stalled.
Frank ftoldner. nine-years-old. who
Uvea at 8ea Breese avenue and Wast ,
fifth treet, Coney island, while play-
Ing on Surf avenue early last avsn-
lag ran In front of an automobile driven 1
by M1s Sadie ftlbbon, tha nineteen-jeer-old
daughter of Jamas Olbbon. a
contractor of No. Ts7 Ksnmors place,
Flatbush. Barl Hubbard, who was in
th ear with Mia Olbbon, plcksd ths
Id up after the car had struck him '
aad lbs Bin drove him to tha Coney
Island Hoaptt I. wlesr hi wound wr
dressed. H will recover
Ml Olbbon waa arreeted and taken '
to th Cony lamnd station ehargsd I
' a 1th driving s car without a llcenss. I
Her mother balled her out. She will
ppear In Coney Island Court thl morn-
WANT JENKINS EXECUTORS
TO FILE AN ACCOUNTING.
Hirst National Bank of Brooklyn
Makes Application for Order
to Show Cause.
MINEOLiA. L. ti Aug. .--lalmlng
that although alghttsn months nit
laped alnce they aecurd a Judgment
of tau.atrl against the estate of the lt,(,iie care of. There Is not only the
John '!. Jenkins, the well known Brook
pjej banker, no attempt ha. been made
on the part vf the executors of the ra
tal, to pay Ih.m, the l'.rst Nalontl
Bank of Brooklyn, to-day made appll-
an orsler to atxiw c.uie wny tne exc u
tors of the Jenklna relate should not
show cause why they should ot file
sn accounting of tbe etat of the tea
tstor. Th rJoirroggte signed the order
and made It returnable on Sept. , uext
Th sx.cutur.. against whom th.
order la directed, ar all eons of th
tastator, and they were aaaoolatd with
their father In an axtenalva banking
bustneaa In tha Borough of Brooklyn.
They ar John Q. Jenklna Jr., Frank
U. Jenkins and Edward T. Jankln.
Jenkins died on March It. 101.
On Oct , 1(11, the "first National
rsarss. .'""rdlne; " 'be patlrlnn died
to-day, obtained a Judgment for t:n
7.11 In the Hupreme iourt of Kings I work. Her hu.band'a .hlrt. and ool
Oswnty when they brought an action lata must naturally be aent out, but
against th executors of th tt of she ought to b capsbl of doing tb
tbe elder Jenkln. I rest el U lauadry hsraaU. It won t
Keeping Down the Cost of
'It la the Sacrifices and
Contrivances of Mar
ried Life on a Moderate
Income That Draw Hus
band and Wife Togeth
er," Declare Mr. S. S.
Slater, of Houtewive'
Margunite Mnaer Marnhall.
w;iy la a happy marrtag?
rVrhgpi Ihi iMtotMM on the flnsn
..si Upaoi of (hit question krm
ertfld thd Matt I . a 1 1st I to iotne of you.
Hut yon must remember that there li
a certain MMlMl leal hlh la usuall,'
BlIgQwOtaw, it la not "money whloa It
the 'root ,f all evil." but the ''LOVfl
of mjne " rto In the Book of Mar
riage several chapter may well he de
voted to home economlce. If we clearly
unilriatan.l that the economic! exlit
for the home, not the home for lha
Voti can't make bricks without itraw.
And you can't make a happy, comfor
table houeehold without a cartaln prac
tical, gclentlflc, mattar-of-fact knowl
edge of how to keep tha machinery run
ning amoothly. Md you vr atop to
think of the remarkahly cloaa connec
tion between happiness and health
If you didn't, Juat wait till the neat
morning you wake up with a headacha
and aee how croaewaye everything goe
all day long. Moat of the world'! pes
simist are either dyapepllca or neu
rotica. You may lova your huiband vry
much, bul if you don't know enough to
give, hire lha right quantity and quality
of nourishing food you're rest doing to
be ao tremendously happy together
And If you run ovar your household
allowance every month and got into debt
for your new frock e, you won't be
happy, either. Tha stomach rebela at
bad meala and tha brain and nerve!
rebel at aiaarlUva worry. And do ant
In a etate Of physical warfare roakee
fife particularly comfortable for himself
or for thoee around htm.
as, -Tarn ataat ho wall to 4a," hat
That point la emphaaiaed by Mra.
0. B. Slaur. ona of tha woman who ara
especially lnt.ra.tad In tha Houeewlvea'
Legu movement and a paat praaldanl
af tha Cornell Ahmina Association of
Now Tork. Incidentally, Mra Slater U
ona mora Mvln. proof that the college
woman oan he domostlc. aa aha la the
mother of email dausThtara and vary
much a factor In all that pertalna to bar
MONEY NOT THE MAIN ESSEN
TIAL WHERE THErlB LOVE.
"I don't think that the lack of money
should aver keen from marriage young
. who ar, , ih d..
clarad. "Lack of halth I. an ob.tarl.
th ,ou onldntlon. but
not lank of mean. If a small Income
makes It lmpoaalbl to Uv up to a car-
that ona mu.t keep up the atruggte.
for the lake of th mental and social
Ufa ona delra to lead. If we could
only organise a general etrlke on thl
habit of living up to tha very limit of
our Incomsa and perhaps beyond' But
one family hardly want to drop out
"owsvsr, It asasas to me that
svsry aowly married couple oaffhl
to plaa a seal of espeadltare
which will permit them te savs
somstbisujr, even If IV oaly a lit
tle, ot of thslr laeom. If tha
wlfa knows bar baslass, aba Is
freaestly the mat aaoaomlaal
parts eg 1st the Arm. Tha hsabaad
goaeroae with his wlfa U Uhewlae
laaUsad to be geaagess with ev
erybody else. Thaw tha wlfa
should ask fi a liberal house
keeping; sUowasoa aaa plaa to
aave tagralsrly from that.
"Of course to do It ahe muet know
of housekeeping thor-
ougtily I allat that every girl, be-
fore aha is marrlsd. should taks a reg- I
ular course In domeatlc economlce :
tvMi If ih. kn.iwa Viee mnthar'a mnA ,
grandmother's method, ths condition I
which confront her srs not ths unti
a the condl'lons which confronted I
them, tihe will aav -rseif weary
day of struggle and blunder If ahe I
will prepare beforehand.
"It is really much more economical tc
ord.r tn as large auanutle aa you can
few cents saved, but the time end
nervous en.rgy. And alway. send an
order to the grocery as soon as you si n
out of a thing, instead of waiting till
you need It. You will avoid many a
GET HOUSEWORK DONE ON IN
"If her huauand has a modsrate in
come), tbera Is no reason why tha young
; wife should keep a maid all tha time
i There Is not only her ailary to rn-
alder, but the board, eatra room and
tha waste if you ar obdged to have
assistance, tst aeoma to me mare prac
tical to have a woman come in for half
day, rluoh helper, can be secured as
low as I., a month.
"Money oan be eaved on laundry by
th young woman who Isn't afraid of
Strongest Bond Between Couples
'aj lA , akaea(r
be too hard for her If aha I well. A
great many women don't work enough.
They would be better off phya!cally and
mentally If they led more active lives.
Tha housework for two people la by no
means superlatively difficult if H I
don by system it la an excellent Idea
to make out a little plan of the week,
putting down for each day Its special
duties and the hour for performing
WATCH THE NEWSPAPERS FOR
"A woman oan save a great deal on
tier clothes If h Is at once wlas and
willing It il t good plan to ksop
monay ahead, out of your dress allow
ance, and watoh for bargains. There
ara genuine onaa In reputable ahopa, and
If you have the eetf-oontrol to refrain
from buying what you don't need, Just
hsaaejss It Is adver tiled as a mark
down, you will do wall to scan tha dally
paper. Early In ths spring I have
been unable to find anything poaelble
IB children' hats undsr i.5u. A few
months later I have gotten much better
values aa low as K cent!.
"Children certainly do make a btg
difference In the houeehold budget, with
thslr appetite and their laundry bills.
Mine are kpt In colored dreaaea and
dark underskirts aa much a possible,
but the difference In hill I noticeable
whan they are away In th country.
But It almost goea without ssylng that
they ara worth their colt a million
time over. For that matter, I believe
that tha eacrlflce and enntrtvancee of
married life on a moderate income form
one of tha strongest bonds for drawing
ths husband and wife together."
LITTLE GIRL KILLED
nn7rn Ofll r Illl I
r Kll 11 1 lllll I nfll I
I I1ILUS UULI UnLL
Plaything Bounces to Street;
She Reaches for It; Truck
Wheel Crushes Her.
Mttls Mildred Kaplan, two and a half
years old, of No. 12 Esst One Hundred
and fleventy-etghth street was playing
with a group of other little girls st the
corner of One Hundred end Seventy
eighth street and Honeywell avenue to
day None of the children noticed an empty
brick truck approaohlng at a slow walk.
A little Ctrl was bouncing a ball whl:h
eluded her finger and rolled Into th
It waa a golf ball Mildred had found
In tha street, and a treasurs-trovs aha
prised highly. The ball had rolled und.r
the truck honee and the rear whodl
wai about to go over It Mildred
reached for the ball tietwren the -wheel!,
ItnHn P'oh It up before It waa
n hw hs fell directy tn
I as pain or me wneel mat she had
saved her ball from. Dr. Oottlleb
"ho WM ,,,,ln ,n window of
""""" l neywan av-
nu'- "w ' WW rl over the child',
body- T driver. Alfred Oreen. a
ro, of No IX West One Hundred
J,a Thirty-fifth atree'. frantically
Pulled hd kw movlnc hore vo a halt.
Or nhk-k. with the assistance of
Oreen, who had dismounted, carried
Mildred inio Mi office. But the whsel
had crushed the life out of the child
A crwd consisting nialnlv of women
gathered uulokly and attacked the
driver. He wa aeverely handled before
h eacaiped to Ir. eihl 'k'a hous.
Abraham Kaplan, Mildred's brother,
cam up et the Unit cry that a child
had been hurt, and fainted when he
w w1h It was lr- Schick was carry
ing Inside His mother, Mrs Hebecca
Kaplan, thought UsfM he was hurt, too,
and when told that her daughter waa
daad, with th. other women, led a sec
ond a'uv. k upon th driver, who had
reappeared nti the atreet. She was
taken home tn a eiioua condition.
ratrolman nowrnay, aaelated by Dr.
ftcihdck and Coronar Haaley. who had
also been simmond, escorted Oreen to
M. oart after h. had promised to re-
port to the Coroner whenever
FATHER JOHN'S MED. CURED HY
I. t . . , ta ..... . , ' " -
Attacked by Italian, Plucky
Sailor Defended Him From
Attacked by an Italian, rapt. Frank
Gulden, with h a nole broken and bleed
ing from half a doien wound Inflicted
by a cotton hook, eavd the life of Ma
aaaallant to-day from a frensled n ub
who demanded and fought for posiei
lon of the foreigner. Single handed
he held the crowd at bay until the ar
r.val of the poller, when another strug
gle ensued to get the man to the pa
Ouldrn la port captain of the Bucknall
Steamship Company. Th company's
steamer Evelyn wa being discharged
to-day at the foot of Rector atreet. Kor
aome time paat boxea In the cargoea
of these veirl! have been opened and a
watch waa eet upon the men working
on the Evelyn. Oeorge Llttlef laid, a
clerk, was given thla taak and shortly
before noon he eald he discovered an
Italian attempting to open one of the
boxes. He took the man to Oapt.
Oulden'a office and the captain promptly
When the Italian learned that he had
been fired he became enraged and tin-
;llnin a cotton hook from
I r,""d aavagely at rapt. Ould
first blow broke the lattpr's n
amaahed the aaaallant with his rlsht.
but the Italian slushed Mm hack with
the hook, cutting him In the fare .i.id
head. The captain finally closed with
him and t.ircw him to the ground. The
man fought like a tiger and the two
rol'.rd back and forth on the floor, Cap'.
Oulden aucroedlng In fatting tha hook
away from him.
Meantime Ilttlefle1d tan out on the
dock and blew a police whiatle. Th
news of the assault spread over the
dock, t'apt. Oulden 1 mot popular
with all his employee and the Ka-iK
whlrlBlndex! It to the office ahuutlni:
vengeance on the assailant.
MOB STORMED DOOR TO GET
Capt. Oulden hoard the crle and knew
what they meant. Throwing hi aeall-
ant from him ha roe to his feet and
staggered to th door, slamming It and
throwing hi body against It to stand
off the crowd. Policeman IXarrow re
sponded to tba call of the whistle, but
he realised that he could not cope with
the situation alone and turned In a
call to th Greenwich treet station.
Then he went Into the crowd. There
waa a surging, yelling; mob pounding
on th. door.
'apt Uuld.n. weak a he was. bat
tled with hi own men from within,
while hi asssllant crouched In a corner
of th. room. Three bluecoats flnalb
hd to fight their way through tin
crowd to th door The men were In
ugly humor and a crack from a atl.k
didn't improve their temper But the
four policemen made a flying wedge
and 'leered a paaiage way. They
grabbed th. Italian and foufht their
way Decs to me wagon with him.
Capt. Oulden wae driven flret to the
I Hudson Street Hospital, where his tn
Juries were attended by Dr. Shields,
i b" Insisted that he go home. But tin
1 hervy llor m" declared that he
couldn't be spared from thi dock and
returned to his work. The Italian, who
gave his name as Roma, was locked
up tn the HreenwVh police nation
liarxed with assault.
"Kid" McCoy le. Week'a Delay
U)NDON. Aug I - "Kid" McCoy's
case came up In How atreet polios court
again to-day an waa continued for
another wek. Delay was grantd io
give hi lawver time to examine Iho
deposition from Belgium, detailing t'aa
pugilist's alleged connection with Cie
recent theft of the Princes of Thurn
and Tat. Jewels t Oit.nd. whtch
have Juat arrived In London. MoCoy
remains at liberty under tU,tx) hall.
Hue . : " b ertt . 7.OT -.. rlaet.. A.M
Hlh Walter. l.ow Wtei
A.M. I'M. A.M. r.M
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FROM ANGRY MOB
M aH '
PLANS TO REVOKE
Commissioner to Inflict Dire
Punishment on White Way.
There's to he nothing doing In the
White Mght regions after 1 o'clock tn
the morning, and what la worse, every
restaurant or cafe which failed to heel
Slate Kxclse Commissioner Farley's
warning when he mido his whirlwind
tour last Friday n1ht is golna- to have
Its license revoked and an action com
menced on Its hond.
Such ws the ukaae of Mr Farley to.
day a. he sat. hollowed eye. In the
Knickerbocker Hotel, after a atrentioua
n is h t of Inspection, that began at
Kourteenth atreet ami didn't ceaae until
the reconnoitring party travelled to
the Harlem Illver and then buck down
Iast Friday Farley, with a number
of hi. agents, went through the White
Mght District and Harlem and vlalted
all the cafes and restaurants that were
doing business after hours without an
all-night license. He found that vio
lation of the law was universal. At
that time he merely warned the man
ager of the law-breaklnp. resorts that
he would give them only one more
chance. They thanked him profusely
and said they would be good. But at
"30 and o'clock this mornum. Fatley
found the most penitent of last Friday j
night running full blast, serving drinks
and food and with cabarets noisily pro
claiming their disobedience.
Consequently Farley's faith In hu
man nature nas neen enaneiru.
made a solemn promise to-day that in
ten day. there would not be another
restaurant or cafe open after 1 o'clock
unles It had n all-night license.
MR. FAR LEY MAKES IT PLAIN
I have been mor than lenient with
th. proprietor, of tha offending re
ports" aald Mr. Farley. "I warned
them that the law had to be enforced
and I was here for that purpose. Each
and every one of tha proprietors apolo
gised profusely and eald they were aor
ry If they had made the least Infraction
of the law.
"That night they closed promptly, and
the next night, but last night In almoet
every instance they were running full
force. Not a drink laas waa served, and
the cabarets were gleefully making the
night resound. I did not go into the
offending places. I ennt-nted myeclf
with .tandlng tip In my automobile and
looking in at the merry acene. from the
Mr. Farley paused for an Instant and
the lines about his mouth tightened
and there was an angry glint In hi.
eyes. "Broadway after 1 o'clock," he
said, "and every oa.1 on th aide
atreet. Id going to M blaoker than the
Sahara on a stormy night after 1
o'clock, and ihat goes."
"Does the fact that the restaurant men
violate the law en openly suggest police
graft or political Influence?" the re
"In some Instance, there mayt be an
nttempt at protection, but I have cause
to think that It Is an organized pro
tection. In fact I think the offender
work on a bluff. Hy that I mean the;.
He up with some man who has a gen
eru! political influence through hi! pos
ition and they think he can pull them
through. When It comes to a show
down, he's not there." Vi
SUITS ON BONDS TO BE FILED
"To how you that there' no real
political protection for thee place,
Oeorge C. Donnellan, who Is a tnemtter
of the legal staff of my department, la
the Tammany leader of the dl.trict
that cover, the merriest -nd lightest
part of the White Light section. I
have talked the matter over-wlth him
time and again, and he 1. very .ore
on the .ubj.ct. He want th law
"I have ordered my department to
begin bond and revocation proceed
ing, agaln.t all the place, that w.
found laat night had Ignored my warn
ing We have mountains of evidence."
The Comml.sloner w . a.ked If he
Intended keeping after rlaque cabaret
performances said to be given nightly
In some of the most prominent Broad
way rest urants.
"I am." he said. "I am thoroughly
convinced from what I have witnessed
in- -.-if and from the report of my
agents that the cabaret. In a majority
of placeo are absolutely Immoral.
"Many young girl could not help
but be affected by the dances and the
songs. If they dine after the theatre
In one of these placee they can't help
but observe that the people around
them are apparently well to do and
respectable. The girl sees them -p-plaud
the suggestive song and dances
Effective Home Remedy
for Tuberculosis 1
It 1 a sarlou mtttar when th lungs
are affecte.l. A irio awav or to a sana
torium la expensive, and lVlV apars
1 Hon from home. Home are benefited, but
,,,. east ssfelv return. Rcknisn's Altera
live Is effective no leavlns horn nce
try. For essmple:
2X1 8. Atlsntlc Av.. Hddonflld, N. J.
"tlantlemen t In the fall of 100(1 1 con
tracted a vary avr cold, which ttld
on my lungs, and my physician told me I
Mist so t' California tmmedltely. At thl
tlm I waa advleed to take gk-kman
Alterative. I ettyed at horn and com
menced taking It th lat week In Oc
tober. I began to Invprov. and the flret
week In January. 100A, I reeumed my
r.ulr occupation, being fully reatorad lo
health It Is now five yeara alnca my
cure baa been effected, end I cannot prat
Eckman's Alterstlv too highly."
(Planed I W. M TATF1M
Eckman'a Alterative Is effective In Bron
thltts. Ailoos. .I... FVri Tloytt and
,ung Troubl. and In upbuilding th
ytni. Doe not contain poisons, ojptstee
or hsblt - fornilns drug For l by Rlkar
Hman Dml tttgr and other tssdlns
orusalBlB. ash lor i irins or re
ravens snd write to Bckman f,aborato-y.
and she unconsciously form th opin
ion that It must be all light.
"I'm going to use every power vest
ed in my official capacity to .top this.
Preventing the sale of wine after
hours In one way and closing any
place where there Is a suggestion of
disorder Is another.
PUBLIC REALLY TO BLAME, HE
"The rear rooma so-called 'sitting
rooms' are of course serious offend
ers, but not really so dangerous, be
cause the younger element that fre
quents a higher class of cafes and
restaurants Is not exposed to their
evil Influence. The people who fre
quent them ere more experienced and
hardenod, but thst Is no excuse for
"During my trip to Coney Islsnd
Tuesday night I found that most of
the places I had on my list were
closed. I regret to say It. but I know
that the tip went forth that I was due
there that night. I think, however,
that the general character of Coney
Island has Improved.
"The attitude of the New Tork pub
lic Is greatly to blame for the viola
tion of the Kxclse law. New Yorkers
seem to think that this city Is ex
empt that New York ought to he
wide open and thla encourages the
restaurant owner. The most promi
nent people In New York visit restau
rant and drink and eat long after
closing time This naturally gives
mnrnl courage to the proprietors. '
A member of the State Excise De
partment said to-day that very poor
Judgment had been used In the grant
ing of all-night licenses by Mayor
flaynor. Places In the Tenderloin that
catered to a fast patronage were given
licenses, he said, while quieter and
more orderly restaurants In other
parts of town did not get them.
WILLS $700,000 CHURCH;
JEWELRY TO BE MELTED.
William Patterson Younr Provided
for Newark Episcopal Memorial
to His Mother.
NEWARK. N J., Aug. g.Heven
hundred thousand dollars Is estimated
to be about the amount which a will
filed In the Surrogate's Court here to
day provides for the erection of an
Episcopal church In this rlty. The
church Is to be a memorial to the
testator mother. It Is to be erected
on th alt of the homestead In which
she lived and the house In which she
lived 1 to be uaed as a rectory.
The will Is that of William Patterson
Young of this city, who died suddenly
at Atlantic City on July 27. It waa flld
to-day hy Edward S. I.eary, who waa
Mr. Young counael. The executor is
the Fidelity Trust Company of this city.
Mr. Young was a bachalor. The will
provides that all the Jewelry he may
die possessed of shall be melted Into
bullion so tuat Its identify rhall be for
ever destroyed. Provision I. mad. for
burial of the body lit a sealed vault, the
location and erection of which are set
forth In detail.
To Stanley M. Wallace, a cousin, alx
hundred dollars a year is provided. For
Cornelia B. Patterson, another OOttsIn,
three hundred dollars a year Is set
aside. Three former servants are glv-ii
one hundred dollars each and Ave hj.i
dred dollars each Is given to St. Harni
1as Hospital, St. Mlc iael'a Hospital, the
Newark Eye and Ear Infirmary, tne
Home for Crippled Children, the Fr-e
Public Library and the Historical
Society, all of this city.
Xesv K. of C Dlrectora.
OOUOR.VDO SPKINOe, Col . Aug. .
Clarence B Martin of Martlnsburg, W.
Vs., and John F. Martin of Oreen Bay,
Wis., werri elected new members of the
board of directors of the Knights of
Columbus at a business session of the
Supreme Council of that order here to
day. Daniel J. Orlffln, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
and William H. (lulllver, Portland. Me.,
were re-elected to the board.
School for t.rrman Jailers.
BKRLIN. Aug. . A school for Jailers
I to be establish.-,! In Oernuiny. under
an order Issued by the Department of
Juitice to-day. Instruction will be
given to prlion guard, keeper and at
tendant! of all torts. The Oovern
tnenfs object Is not only to have the
prisons efficiently run but the prisoner
THE CURABLE STAGE
Th all-Important fact to Impress upon
ths public mind rsgardlng Tuberculosis, Is
that svsn tbs worst cass passes through
ltt curtbls sttgt; this curable atafe la
often of a year s duration plenty of time
to effect a cure, and tbe only possibility
of a cure ef the dlaeaie depend! entirely
upon It! being dlecovered and properly
treated before incurable conditions over
take the patient.
If you feel that tbare haa been failure
to correctly dlagnoee or underetand your
caae, call on Dr. Andereon and Invaatlgate
hta meana of treatment for youreelf.
He la one of New York'a leading Rpe
clallata In Throat and Lung Dlaeaaei, and
an expert In dlagnoala by special X-Light
eiamlnatlnn, whereby he discovers the
very earlleat altna of lung trouble while
tbe dlaeaae la yat la Its curable atage.
It coats you ootblng to find out for
youraelf, because office eenaultatlon and
examination ar gtcen without charge
Dr. Anderson, Hpeciallat, f0 West 22(1
atreet i between 3th and 0th avnusi.
Hours Dally, 10 to 4 ; Monday, Wednes
day. Friday svenlng til ft o'clock; ftun
dsys, 11 to 2. Valuaht book on Tubercu.
loala nt to any address.
la Candy Form
Ths Laxative Blood Purifier.
At all good drug stores , 25c, 50c and
$1, er Partola Co.. 160 2d Ave., N. Y.
To appreciate the conven
ience and great value of
the Sunday World's Want
Directory- -READ IT.
BALKS AT TRIP
Elizabeth Arnhult Went as Far
as Washington With Em
ployer, Then Quit.
.lust because she sot homesick whn
faced with the pripect of a trip tn
Fort Yukon, Alaska, f iitrteen-year-old
Klixabeth Arnhult of No. sl Third ave
nue, Urooklyn, was taken to-day by her
slater, Mra. Frances Jensen, from the
House of lvtentlon In Washington.
Mrs. Jensen explains her sjstcr's ltu
atlon: A week ago Sunday, she said. Elizabeth
answered sn "ad" for a servant girl.
The following Wednesday an elderly
man called at their home who aald he
waa T. H. Ueaumont. u wealthy resi
dent of Fort Yukon, Alaska. Ha said
he wanted to take back u nurse girl
for hi. year-old ch.ld, and proml.ed to
take good cure of the g.rl and ylvo her
The Idea appealed to Elizabeth, .o
last Saturday the couple started, Meau
mont stopping over In Washington on
business. Sunday BusSbsttl wrot a
post card to her slater that she wa
lonesome and wished to retur.i home.
Sho made no mention of Beaumont.
A: the request of the Hrooklyn police
Elizabeth was taken in custody Tues
According to Washington despatches
Beaumont wa! astonished when the
officer told of their mission, lie said
the girl had not Intimated a desire to
return and thai he would gladly have
purchased her transportation. He had
alre.idy bought IWO HekSta for .San
Francisco and yesterday they were to
have beg in their trip across the con
tinent. No eharkft was preferred
against the man and he left for the
Weit yesterday. He had spent much
money on the girl since she left Brook
lyn. "I was atrald." was the onl- explana
tion Ellzibeth would give th Washing
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS fare jwvuliarly siuK-eptiblo to opium and Its mriout
preparations, all of which are nnrcolic, is well known. Even oi the
smallest doses, if continued, those opiates oauso changes In the func
tions sad growth of the cells which are likely to become permanent, causing;
imbecility, mental perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in litter Ufa,
Nervous diseases, guch as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying
powers are a result of dosing with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet
in their infancy. The rule among physicians is that children should nover
reoeiv opiate ikt the smallest doses for more than a day at a time, and
only then if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and
other narootics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly
decried, and the druggist should not be party to it. Children who are ill
need tha attention of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to
dose them willfully with narcotics.
Castoria contains no narcotics if
BaBBBBBB of Cha. H. Fletcher.
Genalse Castoria always bears the
NEW YORK WORLD
On account of the
great success of the
picture offer of last
will be printed in
World, good for one
of these splendid
vures of the Demo
cratic candidate for
YOUTH IS HURLED
AND KILLED BY IT
Collision With Trolley Car
Throws Him Out Under
Wheels of Machine.
Fred stalls, nineteen year old. of
Newklrk avenue. New Durham, N. J.,
died early to-day In the Polyclinic Hos
pital from Internal inlnrlea, received
when he was tnrown from an automo
bile in which he was riding and run
over by It at Fiftieth street and NISth
The accident followed a collision with
a south-lsiund Ninth avenue car. Tie
chauffeur of the auto, Simon Wei.s,
twenty-one, of No. Wu Ogden avenue,
Bronx, was arrested by Sergt. Kslljr of
the West Forty-seventh street station,
who charged him with recliles. driving.
In the Men's Night Court Well whs
lined 110. Then, when Kelly learned
that atafe! had died, he took Wslss
Into custody again, on a charga of
According la Kelly, the automobile.
In which were several young men be
sldei Bulla 'and the chauffeur, went
west on Fiftieth street at a rapid clip.
It scraped the rear of the car, which
was well filled, mil Englo was thrown
out. Bsfors WIfl could stop ths
ma nine the fr 'lit wheels had passed
over Knirle's body. His companions
plotted hiss Up and oarHed him to the
hospital. No one else was Injured in
.loin ttrliels 1 t.el Food.
ribl'BFlBUDfl, Nicaragua. Aug. I. -Although
iieuti o by Ih lovernmnt
fore! a; Hlvas Tuasday, tlen. Manas,
th revolutionary leader, ! udding to
his forces every hour, according lo re
ports received here In day. The par
alysis of Uu.lness has reduced thou-
mafiy are joining Menas 1n the hops
that he Will at least feed them.
it bears the
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