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THI EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
AUTO RACERS OFF
IN TWO EVENTS ON
Rcfberts Leads for Plbft Prize
tnd Endicott for Wiscon-
itWAT'ICKK. Oct It Pesrrlt
fain Of everl hour' duration to ln
flelfl of elivn driver prepared their
rare far fie aurt (hi afternoon of th
Pa hat trophy ani Wlronln TrophT
the two event on the ernnd
programme of th Vamlerhllt
Oap automobile race meeting at the
Tha fallowing were to atart In the
Wlawonaln Trophy rara: Ray nydr
Maann: Qenrge Mason. Maaon; Marry
Tha antranta In tha rtil Trophy
MM war Jo Nlkrent. Case. T'rn
Rooney. Ilergdnll; rtpnrpr Wlehsrt
Sfereer; H. U Haatlng. Knlrar, Mori
lloberta. Mason. Dirk Pullan, Merrer;
W. Chandler, Kalcar. Hui n n -Mercer.
Tha Patiet rara la for cars of no and
4W ruble Inch piston ill i ' nt nl
h distance I about Zin mil.
Tile pritaa arc aa folio: Flrt,
at Trophy, a pi'lal donor' trophy,
prmunrm ownership and HUM
i; aacond, IMO rah. Ihlrd, IXai rasl
fourth. Its raah.
Tha Wlsixmsln motor . .aliens r"
la for car of 1R1 to 3.10 Inches piston
displacement and th distance la ap-
proalmataly ITS miles. The prises Sra
follow: FVt, inc W1 aeon Bin
Trophy.- a partal donor trophy for
permanent ownerehip and tl.iwi raah.
eecond, SJ00. third. KM; fourth. 11.
A am nil rrowd of epeclatora aaw of
flrtal Hlarlr Fred J. Wagner and Je
XBirrni In hla Camr car off (lrt In the
Petal Blue Itlrabon Trophy I: i. at IM
Raonay. driving a nergdoll. wa gon
thirty second later, followed t'y Wlh
art Mercer; Haatlng. KoJ Kprcla'l; Rob
arte, ilaaon npectal; PlsaieS, Mercer
Truarl. ri Hpeclal. and Hughes, Mer
cer. la tb W1aconln Challenge Rara. be
tween three Maann rar. Snyder i
first away, followed by Mason ami En
dtcott at thirty aecxmd Intervals.
Th Pa! Trophy race wa mil..
l,V feet or lap.
Tha Wlarnnaln Motor OhaJlangc
Trophy waa '71 mile 2.111 feat, or 22
Joe Nlkrrnt maintained hi lead, An
(thing tha flrat lap In 8.l.
Endicott. in iv yioooniln ChaJlSMSi
Waa out tamporarlly on a -count of en
At tha and of thirty mile In th 34
mil Pabat race, Roberta wa In the
lead, driving at a peed el 2 inilea an
hour. llufY' wa second and Pullcn
third. Harry Endlcottt led at thl dis
tance In the 172-mlle Wisconsin rar.
The ooure wu slippery, with a roat
Ing of from nnr-half to two trtrhea of
mad at nearly all point.
Jo NUtreiit a forced to fru.t tht
rao at the en l of fotly m41e Vhaa
a orank hafi in hl 'ae oar broka.
'nam Koonay alau waa for, l out a f.-w
aoonda latar by ., broken connection
At th end of flfty-41v mile MorMmer
Kobarta attH held the lead In the Pa'.iat
raoa with hia Mercer Hpecial. nick
PtiHan waa on mtnutt- and tanty-fu
'Harry lOn.lk-olt waa at1.! leading In the
Wtoooiieln troipny rnoe.
lock market prlrr at lh outlet of
trading to-day roar with n great deal of
vigor. Opening higher, Heading, Cop
per. 1'nlon, Pax-lflr, Amerlran Smelting
aad Ht. Paul were all rushed nearly a
point above the otoeta! .tle of ,vetr
day. Th grtt Intareet waa Oaanl-
reatexi in iteatiinir. wh.cii crued lit on
k heavy buying di tnand.
Th lilt allpped from the blgheel rang
In the eubawquent. dealing because of
realising, but th undertone continued
Th rlos of the marker wua strori t
All of tha regulars held tlu-lr .... n
Reading leading with a gain of two an 1
a half point The rest of the big la-
followed with gaina rarylng fron
to a point and ihrer-quartars
The Claataa- Prlcra
' TA folloirtae .' in,,
last f1. aa of st.rka to.j.y
as a,. i mvjk raat.nu.
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ml to. eat eiiauei
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Lather MeCartg In Prlaea.
FKANCWCO, Oct. I. Luther
ty of Miaeourl. on uf the la, at
ante for heavyweight tiunuia, ,ir-
to-dey and went inmudiuiely ,u
jajgsag gaartere tu prcngre for li'a
Ilvift la; - 1.
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THREE LIVES LOST
AT EXCITING FIRE
ON THEEAST SIDE
Victims Tripped on Top Floor
of No. 167 Hast Fourth
Two men and ,i youth li f hrlr Uvea In
n Ore at No. Kl Rail Poartfe llfetl eirlr
to-day. BeMAilHIl ti'hblt. flllMtef It.
wa tnkrn to Belli cue rloepllal dylnit.
Blghi addltl a id fl rhlidran w -re
eaved in Ihrllllna revue by Ibraa pr
llranien end a nreRlalti Win, While th
flam' H r.- 11 Kg lh tffh th rear of
the ri"f. foiMi. l a human main unl
tiftr-d tiir terrified oecapafltl Mronflfe
thr f n till .
' the men died a hr an btn
carried down tht Rre-eeeapa, aaking,
"Are th'( all OUlT'
Th dead are a man kajlevai to be
Harry llrm.in, tlurt-nve, a pilnter;
an unl'lentlllal man about fifty yeari
old, anil an naMdMlltCd youth uf ahuut
twenty yar. Ail acre holl lodgera
on Ike top floor
FOUR FLOORS USED A3 A
RAINES LAW HOTEL.
No U7 l an old Mvi-.iiory tenement
the ground Hour of wli h la a aaloon
kepi ty Paul Kaiaml. who live on
the eecond flour an ! iiik the two up
per flour for lodger Uy banging el
the wlndowa. Sei'Keant tjulnn and Po
liceman lwler and Hbeehuu roud
Kalanilk. and be earaped down the front
flre-eetape with Ma w'.f and fo it chil
dren. On th :hlrd floor they found, ecream
ing in ronfuilon, iltm. Ann. Muha.
thirty-two, with her two I hlldren.
Helen, 1. and William, eiftHtOeg month,
and John l'atrlck. tacnty-elght, wll.1
hi wife. MerjTi tweiiiy-iK, and their
four children. William, n.ne. Juila, l,
Anna, live, and Juilus, fifteen motith
tin lh fount, and fifth floora were Mary
Hamul i, aavenleen, Joseph Uran. twenty-all.
fiearg I lianlnky, iwsnty-eli.
mid A Mtull Zvatra. nf(-eveu.
My thin lime h'lreman llellenthalar of
Truck No. 11 had raached the roof, r i
by forming thutiiielve Into a chain the
thre policemen and the fireman rapidly
got tb hemmed In people out on lh
roof and doan throutili the adjoining
GROANS GUIDE RESCUERS TOO
LATE TO SAVE.
Whn they thought all were out and
they nerr ahoullng through the houir
fur the Inat time they heard grouna
nearby thiin on the fourth Hour landing.
Oroptnx throuob Jj kv they found
thr youth Oibblta terribly burned. They
carried him to the roof and later lr
Cooke took hltn to liellevue. Tim doc
tor aaid lliaro waa lu .bam a for hltn
to aurvive hli hurnn.
(MM hack an!:i, the plucky poller.
man and lliemeu board grouna In a
room on Ike top floor. 'J'liey forced the
door, which u a l icked, and found the
man u;morl to in- Many Herman. He
hud triad to na b hla window and had
fallen Hla night clothea were burned
olT and he wu OOrohOi from bead to
fool. The olll era wrapped him In
blanket and OerrlOd him out. All Hie
time the man wa murmuring. "Are
they all out?"
WALDO TELLSGRAND JURY
ABOUT CAREER OF BECKER.
Meii Who Were With Gambler
When Slain Also Summoned
Poll 00 Onmtnllunr Waldo was
ealliil hefore the Kraft lnveatlgatlon
tlrand Jury to-tlay to give an uffkial ex-
lilanatlon uf tlie stanUIng uf LlBttt
lle.ker In th ljllc lie;irtnini and
til iisatgnnient lu rai l ganiullng liunae
Mr Waldo Die lire t n.tie-a , h
to tetlf. When he went Into the
(irand Jury roo n the firm-eedltig acre
In i-hurgf of Aalatant IHsttict Attornoj
Atnonit the other WttnOgOOg who ful
luiveil Mr, Waldo grerg J J lllekey ami
Cbrletlao (better kooarn aa "Boob")
Walker, who were alttlng In the Men,,
pole Hotel it)t Marntan itoenthai aett
eg wa .oiled out to th street tu tie
Comnilagtonor Wuido had to wnit an
hour hefore lie uiis illlled to testify
and then was uake.l onl a few ques
tions, lie wua tn tto- wline- ' hair less
than five minutes LletttOMal John
Oosllgan made i miion longei stay in
th (Irnnd J ur eoOOl,
FIFTH WARSHIP VICTIM.
tiioiher Man teei'iimka c Inlurles j
I i. .mi I i i'ii',1 mi on Walk.
MBWPORT, H li Oot . The fifth
death due to the explosion of the
steamihest on Ihe torpedo hunt des
troyer Wulka ori Tueaduy or.-urrcd to
day. Fire: ciaa. Kiietii.iu John Dolsaey
of lowell. Maa . died un tiourd the
HOSPltSl Bhlp Holttie
The oflleisi investigation of the SeeU
.it tit a a eontln.u'd by u uuai d of In-miry.
Standard for vim
HELEN GOULD IN WRECK
. OF WEST SHORE FLIER.
On Way to CMCafO With Party of
New York Women Wlifn
Train Hits Freight.
lit'FrAlX). N. T, Ott. I Waat
Hlinr Limited Train No. I, waatbound.
from New York, running forty mllee
n hour. erhad Into frlght wreck
mar Wend ttlon. Jut eat of hero
early to-day. Two pereon were fa
tally and elk other erlouly hurt.
Tha passenger engine ploughed
through th freight wrerkage, carry
ing ten coaches wllb It- All were de
tailed and ran along the tlx for a dl
tanOg of f.'io rect Infer being brought
to a top.
I ia to 1 1 itr tar of MlSf Helen Gould,
rout. i!n hi: Alls (Joukt and a party of
New York aociety women en route to
f '.iicagu. waa wrerkeil. Tha party wa
aaleep at the limn and with th excep
tion el a allgiil ehakltui up all caci,e.l
Th fatally Injured were. Knglnecr
Charlefl Smith of Buffalo and Fireman
A. J. Haakln of ltocheier, lioth e aided
by steam. Other seriously hurt were
Catherine Klynn. Sun Kranrlero. John
It' tison. He Moines, la.; Klmar Itoora.
Adams, Maaa., Margaret Walsh, Chi
cago; Pat Itsgone, Chicago, at d Ueorga
DalkonOj H iffalo The Injured were
brought to Buffalo on a relief train.
ftgeepi for i ei.ght ihaklng up, ih
member of the Uoolri farty. who wora
asleep .,1 lb lino, afti unhurt.
Another of the prominent paaengrs
en the train waa K. U. I'ryot, receiver
ef the Wabaali Hallrond.
FATHER SEEsTTlS BABY
IN FORM OF BIG GIRL
Kelly Left When She Was Infant
and FinJs Her Adopted
hy Poor Family.
rifteen-( ir-old Alice Kelly, foster
child ol Mr and Mr. Henry Hecmaa i
of No MM Kuat Oun Hundred in I
Slxt-llflh stroet. waa restorml to-day
to her father, who had not aeen hi"
nJltCO he wa a year old.
Orgory Kelly separated from tea wife
when the c.ilid wua a yeur old and went
to CelOggQ to live. He Jieard no word
from his family and dll not know of h.s
wife's death five year ago until he
i a me to Now Yo. k about u jeur ago.
A short tlm ago be remarried and
went to llv In the Bronx, at No. 1I3
Bag! On Hundred and Twenty-fourth
street H accident he heard o! a young
gul who had been adopted by n J e Willi
tanilly WkOee name w tne same aa all
daughter s The girl continued to at
lend the lloman Gatkolld Church and the
father matte I no, Ui rial ancjug priest
until he located the BortSaaea, He wi tii
ti (heir home isai night, lie found mat
they were poor and that tbty bud
adopted his uaughter Nrkan they had
many mouths to feed themselves.
He saw hla chl.d for Uie tlrat aim In
EpUrtOOU year He beNged th Ilermasea
to reitOre bis chtld id him and there Nraa
a pathetic acana. The itermaa ekiMren
OlUBfl to their Mtei-laler ami walled
their frill n She Idea of parting. It
waa ut Ian .iTeel that the young girl
ahoutd apend another night at the Her
nia home and thin bo restored to her
fill her in-day
Another 34-nage Magatla neat Bua
dav. Don't fall to gt It. Order neat
ucday'a World In advance se your
nawedsaler to-morrow morning.
v Price $9.00
The MERIDEN Co.
(INT 1 R NATIONAL SILVER COMPANY, SUCCESSOR)
49-51 West 34th Street, Through to 68-70 West 35th Street, New York
CITY TO MAKE REPAIRS
Also Recommends That More
Keepers He Installed in the
Manx nsrded repair nd alteration
10 the Institution n Hlnrkweir
Inland wrrr Huggnated In a preent
ment handed up to Judge Craln In the
Court of General Heselnn to day by
the regulur September fjalrd Jury.
That body recently made an lnprtlon
of the Island Instltullons, Inrludlng
the Penllefiliarr, ike VCork Hoim ami
the Clly lloapllal, mid found many
eharigcM dr. mod aoceeeaf y for the I
health of lh Inmate ami th aafety
af the property. The ireentment 1h
Igned by Jonn J. Oriflln, foreman,
arel Kmatiuel II laied, aei retury.
In UM Work House the Urand Jur
Found thnl thrie were not enough male
or female ke. ier and attendant and
advised that fill mnttr ahould be
liroughl to tiir uttentlon of thone re
aponalhle for th employment of the
keeper and attendant
There wa also reference to an rler.
trie lighting plant, recently Installed In
the S'ork Home at a cost of HKi.tW.
Thl plnnt. the prenntment Rlatea, al
thotigh apparently In perfect innditlon,
waa not In op-ratlon and the Oriind
Jury consider that the expense, under
the condition now rxltlug, wa un
warrantable. It wa also found that the stores on 1
the (aland, valued from ITO.tam upwards
at dlfTerent jierlods. were kept In non-
flreprool bouse, it i recommended in
Ike prn'minl thai fireproof Mtmr
turOi he built Immediately for these
stores to Insure the city against pos
In the tailoring department of Mm
W orkhouae the Uran ' Jury state that It
found th Ittmatag kottaed In Hhiwk that
were no proteciioo ag iinsi iiad w btkef
it I recommended in the pfogentaioni
that Ikoge workers lie protidod with an
The Oily HOOpI tali 1 w found, wa
In Urgent ne.d -if a new uncrating r.io I
and a set of modern eli vntore.
JiKlge Craln thankr I the Orend Jury
for their win-k, and gald that he wotiid
have copy of the presentment wv
Veyed to the proper authorltic. end
would do all within Ilia power to bring
ebOttl the carrying nut of the sugges
tion. It. H. I.yntan A r Fall.
H. II. I.ymati gr Co, of Huffalo, mem
ber of tha fjangolldalad stock Kv
change. Informed that organization to
day by lelegrapli that they had failed
and the gimotjnoomenl i made from
t ie roatrum of the Kxchiinve. The rum
p.mv has no New York nfflre, dolif
bualnaaa only In Buffalo. The firm Mfgl
enranlai I in June. Itay, by u. h Uymtn
and Vresland l.ytnin
tt the Hull Cnnie.
'Prim iiie TTenklngli i r 1
"And what I thai man running for?'
nske.l young Mrs. Torklns
"He Is trying to get home;"
Peat' me! How fond lie mii-t be of
THE French Dandies of the "Ancien
Regime" when Royalist Society was
at its gayest and wickedest vied in the
richness of the dainty boxes they carried.
Inspired by the rare beauty of these ex
amples we have produced a group of articles
which, in their exquisite finish, rival the
creations of the French Court Goldsmiths
of the 18th Century.
They include Glove, Handkerchief and
Jewelry Caskets, Boxes for trinkets and
bon-bons, Photograph Frames and Standing
Nothing quite so captivating as these has
ever before been seen, with their miniature
relief reproductions in hand chased work of
pictures painted by Teniers, now in the
Louvre galleries and of bas-reliefs by Clodion
who was Marie Antoinette's favorite sculptor.
They are finished in richly colored gold,
and their prices will be found to be un
BIFF! MR. BARTLETT TAKES
HOT RAP ATLAWYER FOLK!
He Slams 'Em Right md Left In His
Will They're Only Crooks
In DisuLse, He Declare?.
Th record of the Surrogitr oAft
now contain the ekepedlngij un. Ofapl -mentary
opinion of probat Judge and
iawyra entertained during hi life by
the lete Eira C. Baitlelt, who left ad
etat worth (tO.ODO and whose will was
filed to-day. HI sister. Annie Cor
Hartlett. Is named ae executrix Kor
her benefit he Included this paragraph
In hie will:
"I hereby particularly warn you
ngalnat probate Judges and uttornrys-nl-law,
and sincerely trust yog will nut
have ocoaelnn to consult or employ the
latter In regard to this Instrument. My
personal experience In dealings, social
THIS tll -n
EMPIRE BRUSSELS RUG
OKST TO vol B MOM B. BXPMKM ( IMMM ron-Mii
CiJ.. "l&liT.'aW .apPti'i i
EMPIRE FIRM Rl RE MFG. CO.
J6-58 West 22d St., New York City. ( a"B t.'".'" )
"I can't afford to pay less and
see no sense in paying more.'
' and otherwise, with lawyers ha been
i extrnaive, ant carerui ohservatloti :h
other Instance has convinced me thit
' Ikoj nr.. g) danfferotfe crook, only d a
gulaed. and expresely educated and
trained In pktgln one's conflde-ne in i r
der that Ikey may defraud and rib ui h
I I on oe tut it, .form f oi I'eru.
laiatAi Peru. Oot .1 1'lminclil re
form of a wernlng nature are to he
Introduced In Peru by the new Presi
dent, Uuiliormo Hilltnghurat. He h Id
a lengthy BOflftrOPOe yesterday wICi the
Finance Minister, the head of Ihe Callao
Customs House and the leuillng ngra
(haut of f.lma. vchorti hr Informed that
t ie Peruvian public debt now amount, d
to marlv eighty-lwo million sole (ap
proximately Mf,pa,fPf), and he had
regOlVOd on a lygtem of iconomy so .is
to redure the nntional extenses to I We II
ty-flve million "! (approximately 12..
inn. 0001 yearly
If jon find It I he evertthlnt
laai we rrnrearnl. aa,l ,1
o keen It.
I err ..L.
i'thrw.k rrlitrn ft to tiai
n t i
l V I I O R B I 111 ln
I Dr'M i ligriir.
I 1 . "-Ue OTgJB inn
I MM Oriental color imMuHii,
t.ilt tin- wtvul ytrriM twt iiMd lo
- :i 1 I iiur R ..'i ail ..f aiiii it
r ffiiaraniarggj to giT an ytttf uf
t hit you thl ns all-wool Bruv
.1. I1 1 it 11. I aa.aao. ..
h lt,e l.cr
1.00 iwrm v nPBMg
VN At III N'T.
AN At't'Ol N'T.
OPaTN I 1
A gilt box.
Size $''.' x 3 inch.
the old time
It ii i. Afffl9?5k
Most SctiMihoiml Vhnglvln BttlV "A JeJioi
$20,000 Su'p'ai Slock of High Gmdt
MEN'S 0VEPX0ATS and
or the Jittrhson Kubbcr C TpiV bt
84 Fifth et9 N. W. Cor. 14th St.: 140
At 50C on
Salt Begins 1o-cty At 8 A. M.. tnd
low iirif-cn in
HON H to th
ill Drift i
t M -JaaVBaMI
H 'aV 'aaug
Mrn Fn'hlon'ililf Riln.-ofitoj. feali.
ftrrltm-) and lrlrttlft ( rm n Hr
1 ii pt Mr h l' iipt. Canlmtf rri.
Suit at itt for uttv wc athr.
luil n rl t r
VSU $3.75 I 9SU 9-75
tow t onaw
?sv i value
84 Fifth Avenue 149 West 42d Street
N. W. Cor. Mill St. Opp. Knickerbocker Hotel.
(VOTE ! Ol K ISO fTRlvET smKK OPEN BVBMNtta I'NTIX P. M.
Cowperthwait Q Sons
$1 a Month
Collectors sent II requested.
Everything for Housekeeping
Let Us Open a
Prices Marked in Plain Figure on Ever Article
Cowperthwait & Sons
Up Town 2 Enormoua Store Down Town
Easily Reached from Anywlieie
THE NEW YORK NATIONAL
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for Coupon in
Next Sunday's World
LADIES' TOURIST COATS
pUcet on Udt our Tas ArMb
W 42d it opt. Kmcke'hncktr Hottt
o7 continue for thr next 10 Dtyt.
NT.VBU : t he wont.
Al.i. liKASI QST
t li (!ti :ih
tnc - to, ud
$ In. now MM.
t I - . imw
unl U oinen
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Miitcovn am, tUrwi
-r - - - Value w..w
L4 . tU
HI Ik'-ON T
Built of solid oak for solid
comfort. Wide, deep seat
and broad back, conifort
Wble and roomy. Finished
in the beautiful rich brown
"Fumed" finilh. Fine uphol
stering, covered in real
You would think it rea
sonable at $18.
Rockers, Easy Chain, Loungei, Ssfa
Beds, etc., of etrery description.
I'ay ISO weekly, if more ronvenient.
Liberal Credit or
lOo Off for Cash
Just as You Prefer
-rotutd nghl with ai ivauiman ur