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THE IVSNINO WORLD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912.
. K. COMES HOME:
r
Perkins Made Chairman of
Executive Committee for
"His Fine Work."
FIVE BATTLE CENTRES.
mnry io nc Divided into
Districts With G. W. in
General Charge Here.
U week mo Theodore Rnosevelt
f,m from the Republican Nation
al Convention In Chicago a h.tter and
dlaappnlnted man.
Tu-rtnv Thj-odor Rooievelt stepped
from the Twentieth Century Limited n
the Orand Central Station apparently
a happy ns an Ice man over the pr.n
peet of a protracted hot ipall. When
some enthusiast!.. Hull Moose ehotit.-d
"Three chera for the next President of
th t.'nlted Mtatee." Col. Roosevelt
doffed hlachapeati and arnlled radiantly,
aa though he heiieved It.
Tha Limited was twenty-five minute
lata and It wan 91 when the Bin Bull
Moose, accompitnlrd liy Mrs. Roosevelt,
hi nephew, Ueuje Mjmblln Rooaevelt.
and Krneat Abbott, of tha Otulook
ataff, came Into the station. To a group
of reporters tha Bull Moose tmiri1 bllt
bad nothing to aay.
Thera were few persona In the itatlon
at the time, but most rf them recog.
niaed Roosevelt and bowel. On tha
way to the Forty-third street e irance,
where an automobile was grafting-, ,.
fangera cheered Rookevelt anrl many of
Ijern followed. A iarga orowd had
Hahered by the time t g party entered
their car, and then aom one In tha
throng shouted: ' Three cheer for the
nat Prealdent of the United Hiatal."
COLONEL WAVE.'! HIS HAND AT
CROWD.
Immensely pleased, Roosevelt atood
up In the ear and waved hla liat.
Rooaavait ahowed no algaa of fatlxuo
aa a reauit of hla own little
v.ntlon at Chicago
con
The Colonel went to tha Ou'look
oftVe. wh.ro he planned t d i a little
work for Lyman Abbott until 3 oclock.
wneu ne net out for Oyster Ba
abend a week In preparing for
iiiuoiie eaten naign tour na mBNnU
nut for himself. II refused to tulk
polltlca when be first reached the
office.
Prtm" the moment the train on
which ha waa a paseengr made it
nrat atop at Elkhart. Ind laat nlgtt,
h knew tha "Rooaevelt hunch" was
looaa on the country. "Moo-odo-wow. "
a thousand people h ou te't nt him g
tha train Mopped. lie luughed long
and loud and begun xhaklng han 1
with the small boys who were the
nrat to crowd In back of the observa
tion platform of the rear car of liM
train.
"Why don't you shike hands with
the real enter," yelled a man In over
all. "What's the use of wustlng your
time on klda."
se Utile mooae will be bull
niooae some day." T. R. shouted bnck
nil the women, who made up more
man half uf hla noisy audience, fairly
screamed their apiiroval.
A atraw vote In the Colonel's train,
taken by a volunteer enthusiast, was
scared as follows: Roosevelt, 54; Wll
ob. te; Tart. 11.
LEADERS TO VISIT HIM AT
OYSTER BAY.
The Colonel win begin h.s campaign
Algfl Itl. It 11 expected In Hie tile in
tltneGeorKe VV. Perkins and other lead
er in the Hull Moose movement win
vlelt Oyster Hay and help map out
the plan ot battle. Parklna han been
made chulrmnu of the Executive Con
1i1lt.ee by the I'rogt eM e I urty Na
tional t'ominlttee.
arklti told the committee he doea
not detain a single eunnectlon with a
aingle trust wuosu iBKlMM lulguc be
affected one way or i.uo;ati- by tha r
ealt of the Uupauaiug- political campaign-
He suoj i.e had prepared for
the work of promoUna the 1'rograaaiva
cause in advance and promised that no
act of hi would ... any way embarrass
the candidates 01' any of the men wltu
whom he woul'l bi associated in the
management of the campaign.
The selection of Perking pleaseo
T. R. Immensely. "I am glad they
elected Parking beeauae he haa don
fine work and la In a position to render
very effective service In the future,
he said.
akkaaif Straus of New York will nro'i-
abiy be Chairman of th. Ktn.inoe Com
mittee. FLYNN LIKELY TO HEAD
FEDERAL SECRET SERVICE.
Secretary MacVeaffh Takes Up Mat
ter of Filling Vacancy Due to
Transfer of W'ilkie.
WASHINilTON. Aug. . William f.
Flynn. In charge of the New York
Division of the Culled States Secret
Service, probably will be appointed
chief of th" service If Secretary of Ihe
Treasury MacVedgh decide to fill at
Cils lime the vacancy cuuaed by the
appointment two year ago of John E.
Wllkle aa supervlelng special agent of
the customs service.
Wllkle ha been overseeing the Se
cret Service work in conjunction with
hi present duties. Mr MacVeagh took
up to-day the queetten of the eipe
dlney of tilling Wllkle s place.
Congress recently decreased the sal
ary to 3.0n". The Secretary will ask
that It be restored to 4,000 I" anticipa
tion c' Blllng Ihe n isition.
tatinltli tins I it in e Here.
London. Aug ".Chairman aeorge
atakW-IUl of the lTi lu.stri.il i ouim.b 1:011
Of t ie Brltlili Board "f TraiJ win tiaii !
t'anadg ihortly and probably the rni-
led RtatMi It .'i nnnou'i'ed to-daj. to
study labor oonJIllona. lie l constd-,
.ered Lnglaud) ublc-st adjunct' of indus
PLANNING FOR
A HOT CAMPAIGN
Watching Their Steps
In Hobble Skirts, Women
Delay the Street Cars
rtfwxruxrxRj'i-ruuiJxrxru"iiii'".i"
Interborough Man Sight
for the Old-fashioned
Gowns that Didn't Need
a Stepless Car to Pre
vent a Traffic Tie-Up on
Broadway.
The Interbnrnugh Rapid Tranilt Com
pany has dealt a blow at the hobble
skirt. It I detrimental to traffic, and
necessitate the empl iynient of many
extra men.
George Keeg.in. general uperlntandent
of transportation and aaalatant to the
vice-president of the Interborough. Is
the oracle who declare hobble earns
m.iat be abolished.
Although we do not And a marked
difference In the time used by women
In getting on and off Ihi elevated and
ubway train." said Mr. Keegan. "the
difference with the firfare car Is cer
tainly noticeable. On the elevated and
aubway ualns the women are not forced
to step in The trains are on a level
with the pavement, so It mean only
SsWoO
TMt 5Tlf
VWaV1
one step farther to be In the train.
During rush hour the women have
no time to walk slowly and impede
traffic. The great force behind them
pushes them alone They muet go
Quickly whether they want to or nt.
HAVE TO WAIT FOR SKIRT TO
BE RAISED.
"On the surface car, however, every
thing 1 entirely different. Often hun
dred of Deoola will be forced to stand
1 an! Is patiently waiting for some woman
la raise her iklrt sufficiently to al
low her to step Into the car. The
guard are continually complaining of
tore droits owing to the fact that
they are forced to repeat the word
"step lively" so many tltnea d.irlng the
day. Women do not realise that were
they to dreei sensibly In wide skirts -I
think the old-fashioned pleated skirt
are the liest-tney would greatly bene
fit the public. If skirt were wider
there would be no cauao for congest .011
on the aide ot the (treat where the car
(top.
Ninety-nine out of every hundred busi
ness girls near hobble skirts simply be
cause It Is the ta'hlon When It comes
time to go home in the evening the
short step hinder them In walking, and
they are often Obliged to atand In the
oar, When. If they ha 1 walked gulckly,
they might easily have procured a
sea:
'The new ateples car which has re -
MORE MANHATTAN TRAINS
FROM LONG ISLAND CITY.
Public Service Commission Orders
Service 1 1 Reach Increased to
Hive Trains Daily tacli Way.
Tin Public Service t'om.7ilelon to-day
leeued an order directing the Long
(aland rtallroad Campany lo increaee its
ervlce ri dim Long Island t 'lty to Mjn
hattan lleach lo five train each way
dali Kcept Sunday, when four train
eacii v. ay arc to be t un. At pr aent but
four train are operate! each ivjy on
week- lays and none g opiirati-d tin Bun
days. The oiler was grantel after a
hearing before Cannilaalonav winiame
on 11 romplalnl from Ihg Mnnluttan
Hea-h Kstates that proper service wa
not being granted.
1'he cotumlsslon ulso Approved the
50c
GRAND RAPIDS
FURNITURE
CREDIT TERMS
$3.00 Down 930.00
5.00 on 75.00
7.50 100.00
10.00 150.00
15.00 " 200.00
25.00 m 3Q0.00
NO
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AHO THE WEAR AND TCAR.
ON THE SIDEWALK'
cently been operated along Broadway
from the Battery to Fifty-ninth street
haa proved a great Invention. Bo much
so that we have ordered 112 more. It
1 a noticeable fact that the women will
wait more than half an hour for this
car to com along. Thla la because they
are not obliged to tep up. These care
are eaey to operate and are used almoet
exclusively, by women.
"We find, also, that the hobble klrt.
aa well aa Impeding traffic, I ruinous
to the sidewalk. When a girl wear a
hobble skirt she muet necessarily take
more atepe. Now, If a girl weigh 126
pound, Ju: think of the weight that
I placed on the pavement every time
he take a step It wear the pave
ment out much quicker, and unless some
thing Is done to chance the style of
dres eoon w will be forced to put new
sidewalks In all the subway station.
"Nearly all of the accident in rht
ubway are due to the fact that women
wear hobble skirts A you know, It Is
Impossible to prevent the wide gap
which exists between the train and the
YurS ISWXAT
CAUSES THE
TfPOOBlE.,
platform. Often women think they can
make the step, and owing to the llght
nsa of their skirt they miss and their
feet go down In the space. In every
' caee we have to prove to the presiding
Judgn the fact that the gap Is unavoid
able, nnd that If the woman's dress was
wider BBS could have prevented the ac-
lcldent.
transfer of the franchise of the South !
ghora Traction Company 10 the Msn
hatlan and Jamaloa itaiiroad t'ompinv
and grante.l to the latter company a j
acrtficati of eoavenlenee and MowMtty i
for the oneHatlOn of trolley service fr m '
Manhattan via, the Wueenaboro Hrldgr.
Queens boulevard, (lullford street and
Central avenue to the Nassau County
line.
"Old lloaeat John" Dead.
John liowley, aged nfly-eight, know .
to every one along the upper west aldu
aa "Old Honest John" Hnwley, was
found dead to-day In a vacant lot at
No. flJI West Flfiy-veiith treet by
John Karrell of No. 636 Weat Fifty
seventh street. Howlny was kneeling
before a large pile of railroad rails In
the lot. Yseath apparently wa due to
heart failure. He had been living Willi
a married daughter at No. 811 Klsventh
avenue.
MONEY DOWN
f
UPFHI V nwt.iv r.na Tin
ncxiUvi DIMVn HOOM Ml
BUI. II) OAK
arr ah gnowM
Thu Cbised Uillair Couch
jrilh every purchase i
el 9 00
tram litf.ou lofiua.uj
104th St. L Slalioa el Coraer
(Old SL Htbw S adon Uat Block VAs
OPEN SATUKUAV . Ib.M .1.
Wt tarnish Asirtase.i, TUk
T
Says Policeman Attacked Her,
and Corrigan Orders Him
to Face Her.
Mnry rvisgrove, a pretty woman
twenty year", old, stood before the rail
In the West Side Court :o-day before
Magistrate! Corrigan. charged with In
toxication. Her clothing was stnlned
and dishevelled.
Patrolman McKlever of the Wes
Thirty-seventh street station told the
Court th' he found her at ; o'clock
this morning staggering iilcng Thirty
eighth street near Eighth avenue, In
such an Intoxicated condition he fel:
called upon to lock her up. The police
man said she had a small babv at homo
which needed her attention.
"What have you to say for yourself?"
said Magistrate Corrigan. turning to the
trembling woman before him.
"About one o'clock this morning 1
could not eleep," ehe slid, "for my stuffy
little room wee hot. On my way back
home, about 1.16, I met a policeman. I
do not know hi name, but I am aure
I could recognise him again. He wae
of dark complexion with dark hair.
SAY8 THE POLICEMAN AC
COSTED HER.
" 'What are you doing out at thla
time of the night 1 he asked me. I told
nlm. 'I will walk part of the way witn
you.' he eald. He walked with mo until
we reached a nearby selo .n. The police,
man ecfted m Into a back room and
we sat down at a table.
"We had three drlnka together and
then tha policeman leaned across the
table and tried to eels me. I fought
him a hard as I oOuld. He got up and
came around to my aide of the table,
and then I began scratching him with
my fingernail and bit him ns hard aa
I could In the cheek. That'a how 1
got these etalns on my dress.
'The laat thing I remember waa that
i!ie Dolteeman was standing by the
Ide of the table with hi hand to his
face and calling to the waiter to bring
him a drink of whlikey. I don't re
member another thing until I woke up
to-day In the Weat Thlrty-aeventh
street police station."
Magistrate Corrigan quetloned the
young woman. She stuck to the tory.
He then nueitloned McKlever about a
policemen who wae mentioned. McKte.
ve- seen-.cd anxious to liave the wor-an
releaaed, so she might rmurn to her
1 tusby.
"Hnve you a baby?' demanded Ma
gistrate Corrigan.
"Vs., but It will be In good hands.
My mother will take care of iier."
HE WANTS TO QUESTION THE
POLICEMAN.
Magistrate Corrigan then remanded
the gUl nn,l Order td KcK lever to re
turn with the pattolmm whose name
had been mentioned.
"I want that man brought here :o
face thla girl and see what lie has to
ay," said Magistral.! 1 'nrrlgan. "If
this girl's tory is true, a serious crime
has bean committed, and 1 intend to
get .at all ihe facts."
t ppol II led b 'lull
WASHINGTON, Aug 1' President
Taft to-day sent to the Senate the
nomination of Jama M. Morton Jr., to
he fritted Slate. District .ludg In
Maasachusotta to succeed Ficderh'k
Doilge, elevated to the Circuit Court
bench. Other nominations t" day in
cluded: Cyrus O. Kngle, to he Collector
of Customs at Natchex, Miss., and John
W. Cook, to be Iteglater of the Land
Office at Landafi Wyo.
UR
PROBING
WOMAN'S CHARGE
AGAINST BLUECOAT
HOW important is it to you, to your family, to the guests at your
table, that the sugar you provide is as pure and clean as the
water you drink?
YOU arc not content with drinking water unless it has been
analyzed by expert chemists CE3 and with its source far from
possible contamination.
WILL you be content with sugar that may be scooped from a
barrel and repeatedly exposed to germs, flies and dirt CB or
sugar packed in porous bags, absorbing odors, and nosed by
inquisitive animals?
BUY only the sugar protected at every step by chemici. analysis
CJ refined by special process LU packed, weighed and sealed in
dust-tight, germ-proof packages GE3 sugar that reaches you
as pure, as sparkling as the water at the mountain spring.
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20 ALDERMEN
IN NEW GRAFT NET
SETINDETROIT
Police Busy Arresting Officials
on Charges Covering Acts
of Many Years.
DBTROIT, Aug. 9. - Sensational de
velopments In the IoimI Aldernianlr
graft caudal occurred to-day when
ProsecitiiiK Attorney Sheppard n
noun. el that before night about
twenty Aldermen would he placed
under arrest on charges of conspiracy
to defraud the city In OOglHalltt, wl'n
their official positions. The nine Al
dermen recently arrcated on a similar
charge are also included among ti
twenty new arreala.
The roundup of the en-used official
began this afternoon when the Superin
tendent of Police ent out neartV every
detective on the fore to arrest the
Aldermen, and Ihe prisoner were Im
me.lia.ely locked In cells at Police
Headquarter.
They're coming In so faat I'm
afraid we'll have lo put three In each
sail pretty soon," eald the doorman,
this afternoon.
It I eald that the arrest to-day are
based on entirely different evldenc than
that procured by William .1 Burns ntid
his operatives 11 few weeks sgo whlcii
led to the arrest of nine Aldermen and
the Secretary of the Common Conn II
Committee who are now nt liberty on
hall, facing charges of receiving and
conspiring to receive bribe money 'or
giving the Wabush Kallroad certain city
property for building purposes.
The latest arrests are alleged to be
based on evidence obtained bv the pros
ecutor covering the city administration
for year back.
The prosecutor stated to-day that he
has struck many new inalancea of frift,
but he refused to ay whether the evi
dence we obtained a It haa been ru
mored, from coiifeealona mad by Alder
men previously arrested. He dei lar
that several of the Aldermen would he
held uu more than two charge.
WALL STREET
A moderate recovery was In prngreaa
at the outset of etock market trading
to-day. Yesterday" elllng pressure
waa withdrawn, and. 1n response to a
ANNOUNCE FOR MONDAY. AUG. 12th
AN EXTR.AORDINARY SALE of IMPORTED
LACE CURTAINS, BED SETS AND PANELS
AT PRICES VERY MUCH BELOW THEIR
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falr-siseil buying demand. Hit Met
mounted fra. tlnnally above the Initial.
The n.st advances converged In Read'
Ing, Hteel. I nlon PMIfle and Copper.
Wettlnghouse was again a OOtiaglauoUg
feature with a further gain to K l-
Th rising movement halted soine
whit aft.M "he first hour, but prlcea
mtlnued to display a strong undertone
In the sulneipient dealings.
Pronounced Improvement developed in
the nfternoon period I ..-d bv Rt Idlna
Steel and Consolidated (las Ike entire
list move to the hlrhest range of th
day at closing time Net advance of
over 1 point were numerous
Consolidated this, with a lump to 147' .
waa the drat lue to manifest rising
power. Soon after 11 idlng and Hteet
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liELiIClCUil on Bandwlchaa it Sardines.
A Fine Hnlad IreMinp by oiMiap rlnetiiir.
At Uellrateaaea aad 1 1 rax err ataesa.
Owing tn ihe greet sucesaM nf last niin
Aar'e oTfef. anether Woytrow Wliaein
picture coupon good tor the snlstidld plmin
grsvurs will be printed In nlt gnndsr'e
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MABEL HITE IS BETTER.
MIKE OONLIN TO RETURN.
Bad Ptayti Sajn Wife so Much
Impfi
vcJ Hi Will Soon
Rejoin PiratB.
Sllke Doiilln, star center fielder of
Ihe Plr.ites, to-day denied that Mai
wife, Miss Mahel Hlte, the van levlll-
actress. Is at deatli . .heir.
Mrs. Hot. tin Is gr. atly Improved snd
we feel sure now1 of h. r ultimate re.
overy." he said. "Blie ha rallle.l
splendidly fro'n her op.-ratlon anil liis
been able to sit up several time allien
We brought her away fr nn the inu- I
pltal. In nil probability her . tui lltion I
will have Improved so greatly that I
will now be able to a tompinv the!
Pirates for Ihe bglaricn of MM season." I
Mrs. Donlln was opera lad on In June!
for Intestinal troubles it a ptlvate n s
pita!, anil for a time it wa" feared (he j
would not recover. Later elm Improved I
sufflcicntlv la be renioed to hr home.
In the Powelllon Vpartmetiis. Iltoad- I
tMJ and .Ninety -si t enth 1 1 t . w liere
she r.ow Is After being moveil. how- j
ertr. she had a alight relapse, which
led i rumors I tut! she ws itylt'4
2! 1
Smokers j
insist on fg
having them
Nothing else quite
as good.
As mild and fra
grant as any fine cigar.
Piccadillys are the
little aristocrats of the
smoke world.
Refined, well bred and
the quality is always there.
Satin Decorations of Honor in each box SO subject
Furniture
This Brass Bed
with 2-inch continuous XKts, heavy
mounts and 5-inch fillers, at
11
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win ai1" v"ti no Ideal or ih we're
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Pbotut'SVh s T lak.u t m D.inucratlt: caoaluai. Cgr i'.alint.
Hotel In sis u ills mad.
"sTsKII.L. N. Y.. Aug. e.-tMiadv
Olen House, a summer Intel near Pofn
wadvlllc. waa destroyed by fir lst
night. Most of the nln-ty guests nf
Ihe hot. I wer. tt. nding .1 aMMtegsM
: 11 nea-b grove wneu the k M IS
discovered and ther.' were no essuni
tfe. Naarl) ell I at their wearing
app.ire'. how-vir.
USE THE
Cathedral Plaza
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