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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1912.
FROM SEA GIRT
FELL IT THE
Bryan and Speaker Clark SenJ
Telegrams Praising Gov.
Optimum wait shown to-day ' lha
neela,usrtere of the l.emvratlc Na
tional Committee In the Fifth Avenue
Hull lint Nearly all Hi big rlfurea
In D'tniirratlc 'iiclee tlirnuih'iir the
'Olnliv were hack from H-a U!r( ami
all were enlhimtaatto ovsr lha speech
of acceptance delivered by nor Wll
aon Oov Marahall, Oov. Wilson's nm
nln mala, conferred with ''halrman
William r. MrCotnba. Ha will spend
tha night at See Olrt, whara ha will
halo a lon eonfaranoa with Oov. Wll
aofi Ha will than an to Inllena.
"I waa Immanaaly plaaaad with tb
apaerh of Dot. Wilson." ha aald. "It
Mtni to me that ha etande for every
thing that can be dona iindar our
preaent ayatrm of gorarnmant. Of
rmiree If there be thoae who believe
In overturning the Oovernment and
making It aovlalletla, naturally they
weald not be Impreaaed with Oov Wll
sons Itewe. Other man. I think, will
be perfectly eatlefled with what he
iv Marahall (hen aald that he had
promlaad Oov. I'lalatad of Maine, who
aiao called at the HeadQoartsrs to-day.
that he would go to Maine the teat
weak In thla month and make four
poecbea for the Maine Oovarnor. The
Main. tale election la held on Sept. t.
Uov. Plalated aald thlnge never
looked ao bright Is Maine for the Dem
"I firmly believe that we will elect
very man on the State ticket," amid
the Governor, "and thle meane that
Maine will go Democratic In the fall
for a big majority."
Talogrooni and let ten from wall
known Democrale ladoralng Oov. Wll
aoa'a pooch were rocalved to-day. Oca,
William t. Bryan had thla to ear:
"Oov Wllaon'. apoooh of accept-
nee la admirable. It la original In
t attnent of tee toaiiea of the oam-
palgn and. I am eure. will ampre
tha country favorably."
''.lamp Clark, Haaakar of (ha House,
wired hi eenUmeat af tha epeecb a
roaeMerod from a literary etead
polnt. Oov. Wllaon 'a epoooh of ao
lataaea will take tngh rank la ike
polwtloal output af the year, ll will,
make pleasant reading and, thera
fore. will prove a fetching oanv
palgn document. He dleeuaaea rha
Itauea af tha day pbiloaophtcatly,
Irarly and forcibly. Ita oourtaouo
tone wi allay opposition and win
klm friends. It la an adrolrabo
The stock market advanced with
alacrity at the nutaat or traJIng to
lay. The Hat at the opening continued,
yesterday's late upturn with Increaaed
vigor and galna of one point were
quickly eitablleh 1 In Reading. Lehigh
Valley. Union Pacific. Ht. Paul and
Northern Pacific. Tha tone remained
at rang throughout tha flrel hour, many
fealurea bettering their Initial prleaa.
In the euheequent period, however, the
bu lug demand eltnmrreu down and
trading waa not ao heavy, but the Hal
managed to retain the major part of
the early advances
A brlak rlaa In a number of special
tlea at mill lay i-ulmlnated tha morning
upturn Responding- to u heavy buying
Inquiry. Weatlngbouae leaped 3 points
to . while Southern Jta.lway preferred,
'oteolluat-J Waa ami l.nulartlle
Naehvllle tuled MoapttonaUy stron;
In the afternoon period the Hat in
lulged III ii slow. ''l'Bltig ractVii,
which worked In lit almit I pulnt off
from the top range.
By the Airshaft He Dropped,
but the Clotheslines They
Oh. yea. when Reuben oilifcneld
growa older he will b a "fly-men "
For, look v here, when Heuhen makes
It e fall of air, atnrlea whan he's only
living four years yet, and rata not a
scratch hut from a hrnken hot'l Rln.e.
when he nwikea It twenty venra he
can be a "fly-man" and fall a thouenmt
feet with nothing hurt.
Heuhen itvtnn falling eiefo'e he cut
hi teeth, ao hie (svpa, Mneen Olkftfleld,
Of No tt Pike atraet. will tell yo t. Ha
fell ii'it of hie peramlnilatnr. II fell of
the etoon. Tie fell down srtalrs. Ito
fall wherever there waa a plane to fall
from: wherever there waa one plan
higher than another plane there, jntla
Rut to-day when he la flying a kite
from the roof of the tenement at No M
Pike afreet lie makes M the moat won
derful fall or all fall. Down through
the elnliaft he tall.
Rut there are clothaallnas tliere, with
many cloth hlrt and aht and -thing.
Kvry clothrsllns Mttle RMbM
hit gna down with htm Thr are.
maybe, twenty clotheitlnea and ilerki
and alack of clothe on clotheslines,
(to. you underatand, when little Reuben
makea the hit at tha bottom of lha
alrahaft all tho clothe are tinder him
He would not have a scratch If om
efmarrer tiadn't got etdted nd puh!
a milk bottle out of the window when
he la looking at little Reuben going by.
The milk bottle I bulled and It cuta
little Ilauben one by the leg and once
again by tha head.
Then. lltn: Whn the ambulance
comae from Oouvemaur Hospital and
tho doctor aaya little Reuben I all right
and the ambulanoe la going away again
Charles Rand, from No. sa Hendricks
street in Brooklyn, stepa on a bananna
peal and feas but two faet. If breaka
It a lag.
So the ehortar tha fall the bigger the
hurton Rika atraet.
GANGSTERS SHOOT MAN
WHO REFUSES TO GIVE JfranhUn Simon a Co.
THEM MONEY FOR BEER
Twenty-five Found Lifeless in Police Catch Two Youths and
Ruined Pit and Death l ist
May Reach One Hundred.
The I lualsa Prleee.
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SUrcS,. a:if at 1.1 rtume, nisnwraa aritu Ml
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MASHER GETS 10 DAYS
FOR ANNOYING YOUNG
WOMAN IN STREET
'Artist Painter" Followed Her
From "T" Train and
Spoke to Her.
Rrvrtp-M. lermnv, Aug I A mln
lnir d1ater whlr-n Imnerllled tha live
of all hundred and flfty men occurred
In th i-Min'rie p:t In th vicinity of
the village or Oerthe to-day. Many of
the men were rescued, but thla evening
waa feared that ovr on hundred
men had been killed Twenty-live
bodlea tied been recovered and th r-
i ne j litres were unable to enter th
gallery In which the firedamp eaploelnn
o rurred, where it waa believed from
flfly to one hundred men were etHI :n
tnmhed end had aanoat certainly per
A large number of thoae re ecu ad
were suffering from eevere Injuries and
It waa eipected that many of them
oottld not renovor.
Th rescus detachmenta which did
audi good work at th ttm of the
French mine disaster at Oourrleres, nur
Ix-na, on March 10. UM, when I.JM
miners wsr killed, arrived her early
thla afternoon but were unable to pene
trate th galleries owing to th fla'ne-
and tha polennou gaaa.
Th day ahtft of all hundred and flfty
mm had Juat descended Into the work
ing and were distributing themaelv
along the varloua levela when a aerlou
flreilamp ezploalon occurred.
The detonation was heard at the aur
facs and the officiate on duty Immedi
ately formed rescus parties of th men
belonging to the night shift who ruahed
bark to the pit mouth together with lha
INFURIATED CAT BITES
AND SCRATCHES FAMILY.
John Hermandaa, thirty-light years
old, of No. 117 Rast One Hundred and
Twsnty-sscotxl street, who gsvs Ills
occupation ss "artist painter," waa
antnod to ten daye In the workhouse
by Magistral Knurl In the K.eex
Market Court to-day for annoying Mr.
Maty Wllaon. an attractive young
woman of No. Itl Kaat Hlghtrtnth
Mrs Wllaon said Hrmni1ea rniln
donw on the gang elevated train Hin
di d fro,,, Hail. in anil tried to ettr.nl
her attention, even going eo fer aa to
preaa her font with hi. Hh got of(
ths trsln at Twenty-eighth (street.
Hrrenntdei slights'! slso, and aflsr
following her for a block spoke to her
at f wnty-vnth atraet and Third
aveaua. She tried lo gt away from
him. but whan ha peralaud In walking
by her aide and talking to her, aha
called I'atrolman Btackhouae of th)
Seal Taauty-Mcond strsat ststlon. and
had the man arraatsd. charging htm
with disorderly conduct.
Hermandes admitted that although
he did not knuw the woman be had
spoken lo her.
"I had no bad Intention, Judge," he
said. "Her fare was so swest and
frlendVy looking I thought I would like
to make her acquaintance and have
her for a friend."
"Well, you are old enough to knosi
better than to apeak to women with
whom you are not uiNiualnteil on thi
I street." aald Miuilatrate Kroti l "Tan
ila In the Workhouse. "
STOCK BROKERS TSSIGN.
Pet Suddenly Attacks and Maims
Father, Daughter and Son
A large black cat whloh had been a
pet In the family for eighteen montha
becam Infuriated thla morning and
Httaoked Stella Tvrdy, four years old:
her father Joseph, and her brother
lorg, twslvs ysara old. AU thrs
wsrs clawed and bitten by tha animal
In their home bo the second floor of
No. 817 Kast B.venty-thlrd atraet
The oat waa aaleep on a wlndow-slll
In ths front room of try spnrunent
when Btalla entered and tried to take
It In bar arms. The ch:id was terrified
to s the animal aprlng at her. Bhs
was ecratched on tho left ear, on the
mouth and arms before aha . mild atrug
gle free. Her fsthvr heurd her screams
of psln and ran Into the room to help.
Hhe cat flew at Urn and olawad and bit
him on ths arms and legs as ha triad
in drive it Into a oorner.
Finding the animal waa growing more
Infuriated every moment Tvrdy ran jnto
the atraet to find a polloeman. He re
turned with Patrolman Neust of the
Rast Hi xt seventh atreet station, who
found the oat attacking George, thu
son, who had ventured Into the room
to find out what all the nolss was
about. Ha waa eeratched and bitten on
tha left hand and both legs.
Nattal drova the cat Into oho of the
bedrooms and locked the door ion It
while Lieut. Ilreen, on desk duty In
tho police station, sent to the Board of
Health for an Inspector to examine the
Victim Identifies Them
Held up hy six member of the Hell-
Kitchen Oopher gang In West Thirty
ninth atreet early to-dy, Nathan Kanl
tt'k, a ealoonkecpnr,' had a hall of
bullet nt after him as h ran fter
refualng the gantittrrs' demand for
drink monev. II was eliot twke, gal
Kanlurk, bavin Qtoeag his saloon at
No. 4HI Klevnnlli avenue ahortly aft' r
1 o'clook, waa walking to big home st
No. M Weet Thirty-ninth etrset when
ths gangster barred hi way. Knock
ing the foremot of them down. Kanluck
ran and ths lsad began to slug paat blm.
As UMi Randall and Patrolman M
Oerald of the Wet Thirty. seventh
strest station ran up tha gangsters dis
appeared into No Sal West Thirty-ninth
tract, Randall aent fur the reserves,
surrounded ths hnuss and searched It
Hiding .In the cellsr behind a pile of
ruhblh two youth were found. They
id thy were William llarr.s, nine
teen, of No. 610 West Korty-thlrd strew,
and John Ooyle. twenty, of No. IkM
West Twenty-seventh atreet, bot j truck
men. Kanluck Identified both.
After Kanniik was taki'ii to the New
York Hopltal by Dr. W ard h becam
alarmed for the safety of 1100 In th
safe at hi aloon. With ths aaalstancs
of th ph.. e he went hack and got It.
"If It's with nil I csn at any rate put
up a fight for K," ha slid.
Harris and Coyls wers arraigned In
West Bide Court.
GRACE'S WIFE SENDS HIM
GREETINGS ON BIRTHDAY.
"Hope to Be With You, If You
Say So," a Message From
Her, It Is Said.
SAVANNAH. Ga Aug. t.A myaterl
oua birthday souvenir postcard rccelvel
at his home, st Newnsn, by Kugsna H
Urace was mslled in t.ils city, It Is said,
by Mrs Grace, recently exonerated In
Atlanta df imnmi t" murdar tun
Juat prior to her departure for Phila
delphia yeatrrday Mra. Oraco and her
mother visited a neesatnnd in Savan
nah, and Mr. Grace arlected severs,
souvenir cards, among them a birthday
The clerk says he was sworn to
eorecy, Mr. One dictating the m-
sag to him. H alio addraaaed the
card and accompanied Mra Grace to
the pnt-onV to mail It, ho aaya Tha
card bore thla melange:
"Many happy return of your thirtieth
btrthdey. Hope to be with you on your
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Oea. tVnortfnrn- Balls for Rasa.
LONDON. Aug. .Gen. Stewart U
Woodford baa fully recovered from hi
ri-ient aerloue tlloea. He sails for Nuw
Turk to-dsy with Mrs. Woodford aboard
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I.e.. Mcl.sughdln and HarrKon Kin
nler, atook brokers and members of th
t'onsolldsted Htork Kxchsnge. with of
fices at No. fa Mroad atreet, No. U7
West On Hundrad and Twynty-flttli
stiset and No. 120 Broadway, to-day
mads sn ssalgntnent for ths bensflt of
creditor to John II Doyle of No fiOei
West Ona Hundrod and lrourlevnth
Mr. Doyle, at the Broad street offl'..
of the Htm. aald that he had mail n
hurried examination of the comarn
1 sfTatra slid believed that the llahllltl
I will total tlO.000 or 1 ...h.i. while thu
aaaet would tint he more than H.OuO.
I t'mtad fkatca s TO.ftnil ahirei' It.. t;:, '
I Oil. IK) title, I !. HUUM
I IS fkO tlurnc and Onppw, H, may
' Ail. tint lietluir
risk for All and tor Nothing.
HOI'KINMVIM.K, Ky.. Aug l.-llaal-nt
of Nen-ataad. near hire, have for
feited all right 10 lomplalti al.out the
nigh coat of living, v.i. . a twenty-five-erre
lake In the vicinity lust Its watsr
through sublerrsnean pi , leaving
thousands of pounds uf fUli floundering
lunula! In ths bed. Caravans or wagoue
ate making pilgrimage to the scene of
Wit atorlsl bounty bearing .away the
sssny 1 nova.
kast kaar mm brewed.
okaHeag roar dga
f t asset aan
kkw efee iVewery botthrtl oslj.
aaax vit.i. Wholruic Hculcr
ei'-cl r.ievenlli Ave,
New York I 11 v
Pkuus 740 arvsat
The Bloom of Youth
stays with women who take eare of
tbeir skin. The lovely face smooth,
soft and" free from wrinkles is the
result of keeping the pores clean,
allowing them to breathe. It's all
very simple. Take a wet cloth (warm
water) and squeeze on it from a tube
a little of
DAGGETT $ RAMSDELL'S
PERFECT COLD CREAM
"The Kind That Keeps"
Go over your face thoroughly.
The pores are absolutely cleaned
not merely washed and every
bit ot dirt and dust is brought
out. The skin is made as soft
and smooth as velvet
wrinkleless. Try it
you'll never go back
to soap and water.
1?:... i a.
five cent tubes.
When you inii'iil upon
Dtggwtl & RumsaYII's you
hit KruinR the bttt eold erMin
in tht' .store.
Early Fall Models
Tailored Cloth Suits
FOR VOMEN AND MISSES.
Entirely new effects Directoire and Empire Coats, skim
with side plaits or draped effects of English Cloths,
Bedford Cords, Chevrons or Velour Broadcloths.
29.50 39.50 59.50
Tailored Serge Dresses
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES.
Entirely new effects, of imported English Serge, In black or
navy, also imported Terry cloth.
Charmeuse Silk Dresses
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES.
Entirely new effects with draped or modified Panler Skirts
of imported Charmeuse Silk, in Taupe, Navy, Black,
Brown, Wistaria, Bengais, Rose or White,
29.50 39.50 49.50
Misses Charmeuse Dresses
Sew " Kobetpierre" Model
Of Charmeuse silk, in navy blue, black, taupe or white,
tunic skirt, white faille silk collar and lace jabot.
Sizes 14 to 20 years.
Actual value $29.50.
New Mackinaw Coats
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES.
New convertible belted model of Vicuna or Chinchilla cloth
(warmth without weight), in white, plain colors, checka
or plaids, diagonal pockets and pearl buttons.
franklin Simon a Co.
Will Close Out Friday
95 Silk Bathing Suits
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES.
Heretofore $5.75 to $6.75.
125 Mohair Bathing Suits
FOR MISSES AND GIRLS.
Of Navy Blue or Black Mohair, including button-in bloomers.
Sizes 8 to 20 years,
Heretofore $3.95 to $5.75.
165 Women's Lingerie Waists
High or low neck models, of batiste, hand embroidered, lace
trimmed; also tailored linen shirts.
Heretofore $3.75 to $4.75
125 Dressy Lingerie Waists
High or low neck models, of voile or French batiste; hand
embroidered i a number hand made or real lace trimmed.
Heretofore $4.75 to $7.50.
129 Women's Chiffon Waists
Of chiffon over silk, charmeuse or satin, in black and all
colors, handsomely embroidered and trimmed.
Heretofore $6.75 to $16.50.
FREE WITH NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD
(FOR THE COUPON)
A Photogravure Portrait of
eme Style aa the laueua "garlea oi rrealdeots'' Pbotoirsvurse. but More Taas
Twice aa i.er.
UBAV INDIA TINT rarBK. HOT niMBD m HI it r.
v This Is a splsaala paotosrsvurs from s photograph br Pach Bros. ths heat
slofraps ever tabes as the DemjcraUe oaaMasts fer Presides!.
Fr Young People Jutt Going Hourek-tpinc Spai RrnwnnHt H
tTm eTX .afV aft eW .ef-V W tnTlV-ll-rv eW
sJ-KUUM UU1MI, $1Z5
NO FIRST PAYMENT. $2 WEEKLY
Thu stvtn-plece Dining Srt Includes six SoH.I Oak Chairs with panelled back,
t'cautlfully quartfr-sawed, full rox seats, upholstered In genuine leather, carved
claw feet to match tahle. Trie pedestal of the solid oak Extension Table U
supported pv four large, handsome claw foot legs. The extr larre ton Is
...H n J i . I 'in imiiiiiiih .IIUC9. i uiiii.ny aji.ia.
$Qa"B 75 15 low pr,ce ,or thls highly polished 3-plece Mahogany flat
ished Parlor Suite. It Is graceful and strongly made, has
beautiful loose cushions, covered in silk velour, fastened wrth
silk cord and tassels to match. The frames are neatly carved and finished
witn ciaw leet. (..noice ot color In covering.
Spear's Brass Bed
With Bed Sprlne
Etui Bea is triple
lacquered and lias
;itavy 2-ln. poats:
I r oss fillers In had
and root boards
It Is strona. Ju.--nhle
The ateel Iprlar
la our speclsllv
Uxt 10 yearn
Mattreea la made
nr choice cotton
felt. juat llki
:n fine A. C. A.
tick. The nit.
lows sre filled
fctttliirn ail sites
Do You Know That Spear's Famous
COLD STORAGE REFRIGERATOR
Is the Best Made Refrigerator in the Market?
It Is the greatest Ice saver, the best food preserver In consequence It Is tht
Pst value. It Is lined with the finest baked white enamel; is fitted with our
ce ebrated Sanitary Glass Trap, giving it a complete and continued air cir
culation, thereby kernine- It it ill tim.t u i,,.i..v,,., tase e
and clean. All sizes all nri fs t l in at aa.o
Price Includes Cotton Mattress
U Formsr fries $49.50 I 1
No home is complete without a Davenport. Us wonderful usefulness as a bad
and parlor piece saves you the expense of furnishing an extra bedroom. This
new "KcsSWell" design is one of the most popular Davenports wt have ever
offered. The frame Is solidly constructed of either Quartered Oak, Mahogany
or Early English finish, beautifully polished and carved. The bed Is fitted with
the famous "Kip Van Winkle" Springs, made separate from the springs thst
support the upholstering. That's why it is as comfortable as the finest bed
you ever slept in. The seat and back are upholstered with fine dOQ qe
Moroccollne leather that Is guaranteed to give excellent service. OaJ''
Lord & Taylor
Founded 1 826
Annual Clearing Sale of
Entire Stock of
$5.00 to $8.00 Shoes
$2.95 & $3.95 ,
B0)!S9 Per pair, $2.4$
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.