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THE IVIVIMO WOELD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912.
Chic Costume in Rich Prune Red Woolen
READY TO ATTACK
Mclntyre Will Insist That
They Be Indicted at Once
Considers His "Order" to Be
L 6et Free as Pert, Even for
And Trimmed With Oriental Embroidery
A detective d Imbed a W0-foot church spin at CamdaS. N. J.,
Charles Kefhart, a stespie)ack.
Even inn World m Original Fashion lor Homo Dreaamakerm.
Have you dropped In at the Americas Museum of Natural History
the Xlthophorou Hellerlt
I JMMKHM All
eoncerntn0 4 a-
aayteay, ihere't a gnu'e oddity " 9 ttory of Keeper
Snyder being allocked at the Central Park loo.
IN DYNAMITE CASE
an. mi I - i 11 T
'nasi1 be gaV
Iritiil fa tha
Pashlan Bditar af
The f rialtf
War Id. Jfa ft
Una fr dattag
wi ettw waj 4)9ttwwV
Prosecutor Says Labor Leader
Is Adept and Has Played
the Part of Informer.
A brass reflector held under th asm of Mra. Minnie Bulwlnkt
aun'a rays and sat bar cloths oat fire.
nawaua aWSMBBBsa TaO lain a mrnar at on a In ftoetOB Wtth
may be deprived of haa card la th Chicago BitcJUaysrs Union. Tssrsl
STAYS IN ISLAND PENS
Orders a Half-Dollar Cigar.
But Can Only Get
fjsa air currants MWMn Bills
Bwaaad. wbin PtIbo I.udovlni Mgns
tastl g'Aragon 1 detained In the pan
a a possibly undesirable Immlinnl.
with many other unfortonat
f lee distinction, aad tha
Conaulate ware crackling with
4as WTMh to-day. Th l'rln.e, to
Mb vry great dlaguat. u taken from
taa Frano of the Franoh Lln. on hr
arrival yeaterdar. on Information that
Ba bad boon debarred from French
awl! aa a professional gadnlr. and
taet a aiao bad aulcldal Ideas.
Tba sight on Bllla laland did not
agpeal to tba love of luxury of Com
alaalonar Wllllama'a royal guest.
Thsr ara noise and smells and a gen
oral air of plebeian r.lmplioltr about the
bslldlng which ara far from making
It agreeable to one of hi arlalocratlo
the fipanlah Consul re-
! a brief but peremptory note from
to-day In about theae terma.
at ones to thla dreadful Island
east gat me away from M Immediately."
SPANISH wONSUL JU.JT MATIO
I THE TON! OF THAT NOTE.
anor Psnapero Mas Coaale. the Ton
ga!, dad not oar forth tone of that
It did not atrlke Mm aa the eort
one Spaniard ought to aand
bar. After a rrrlef taut with hla
be loaned the note In the oon-
solar waste tauket and etrode out of
has osVa, elacnmlDg trie door behind
"The Oenaui waa pleaaad not to go."
aaM Ma Bee rate ry. "Tba Prince la a
taraad of pain. yea. But even a
Orandee sometime forgets to be a
The Coneul doaa not re-
order given In auob a iplrlt.
the Prince requeeted hla kind of
aa a favor It would have been
iter. Meantime the Con-
gal la eatlafled that ah Prince win
have as act Justice from Mr. William,
The afflctal at Bllla Island iht
tba outward algna of the princely wrath
and dsurust. which flllad the air In ula
neighborhood all yaatarday afternoon,
abated overnight i:id h seemed to hav
nothing but an Ingrowing royal grouch
to-day. Tha officials aald thai this waa
Just aa wall, because under olroum
ataarea moat favorable for him, tho
haughty aon of Spain would probably
net be let out befora Monday. If h la
lot out at all.
WILC FRINCI EE A PERMANENT
BOARDER ON LINER.
Tha French line la confronted by a
mo lltle pusal. If h r-lnoe ahould b
deported. It la under obligation to
transport him back to the port from
wbieli be came. If he la debarred from
Prance-well It looks as though thay
might have to undertake a permanent
transatlantic boarder aa one of th at
tractions of their blggaat ship
The Prince desired to solace lit- serin
sJoa with a smoke. He sent an alleml
aag Bar a H-caot cigar The attendant
resorted back with tan flve-ent
sating that there waa no active ilemnn.i
tar half irllsr cigar on Bllla lalnnd.
and that they were not kept stock
Tha Board of Bpaolal Inqul I oat on
Mas Trine' oaae to-day and . Rationed i
him at length regarding bla nort'i
tea from Pranoa and hla attempt
mm aulelda. which the nobl-
t acknowledged, thouch
denying that It waa eauaad by hla fail
ure to obtain tba band of Mlaa Mary
Duke, daughter of the tobacoo million
aire. Benjamin L. Duke, In who com
parry he waa seen much a pear ago.
MM VALET 81TB IN LONELY
TATE AT HOTEL.
It waa announced that tba Inquiry
had bean adjourned mo that the Board
ailght get I farther information from
Pranoa regarding tba nobleman's eg
pulsion an tha charge that his Avenue
MecMehon mansion waa but a thinly dis
guised gambling bone The report of
the Parts police on the a object la new
oa the way here.
John Patterson of No. 41 Cedar atraet.
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L. J I 1 ymtttn asateaa Jaaisavik-
oaa e o6Mn-d, uf vHlh fk -rtai.
Now furnithtd it i a Hmpla mat tar
to toorh out pat tr rut
A nee and dUtnetive fmtvn of
thU dTirfwvnf la fh tllaafrafton
a the diferent ptocet a the pattern
accsaaerv for the mcMmg of the far
aarat It thovi how aatiiy the op
fraerfpg darltm earn ho emenmted, and
also terxet oa a guids ia caltlng omaa
owu part ara if rucA it
Developed an r'ch prune red woollen
material, thle rhle costume la made
with long aleevea In one with tha aMe
portlona of the waJst. whtta tha wtde
front and back portions are trimmed
with Oriental embroidered banding. A
bnokle of thla embroidery holds tha
sliort tunic In front, while black valval
forms the belt reaching to eaoh aM of
the front, also small turnback cuffs on
the sleeves The tuntc, aa wag aa tha
shaped band attached to tbe skirt under
It, it finished In deep tuck effect.
MAY TAKE CASE TO DIX
Promises to Make Such a
Move if Whitman Fails to
During the trial of tdout. Chart on
Becker, which la to begin Monday.
Joha P. Mctatyr will make a deter
mined effort to Impeach the chief wit
nesses for the prosecution, "Brldgle"
Webber. "Jack" Rove, Harry Vallon
ANSWERS TO QUERIES.
Dew rasklo Belter:
I would Ilka to gat a dreaa for a
reception, but which I could uae later
for little party or for aftarnooa wear.
Kindly Inform me aa to kind of mate
rial, color and atyle. Am aeventeen,
slim, about five feet tall. Have me
dium brown hair and dark complexion.
P. A. O.
be pretty made with load elose
fltttag eleovea finished with a frIU
of lac. A chemisette of lacs,
having a high eulier eeaid have a
flat collar af chiffon cloth, rack
aa valla a two lack paaal down the
eentre front of tha waist aad skirt
to tha basse, being trimmed with
red glass buttons. A
girdle af the material, f
the front wita a
oomplete tha frock.
Dear rblo eVntflt:
Will appreciate It If you will advtaa
ma aa to something beoetulng for bath
atreet and evening wear, besides Alloa
and Copenhagen blue, of which I am
tired, although thay are becoming. Am
twenty-eight yeara old, five feet four
nd a half Inches tall and regular M elao;
light blue eyes and sallow complexion.
Would like for street wear something la
plum or purplish violet, brown or rod.
Was thinking of getting a gray aad
trimming It with cerlae,
Por atreet wear a Hah
a friend of the Prince, anil the royal
valet, rauel vlalted Ullla laland to
day. They welted an hour and a half until
Ike session of th buurd was over b
fore thay received passes from Supt.
liaknr to ae the Prtnoe.
Mr. Pattnraon returned to New York,
leaving Valet Kauat, who Is now enjoy
ing In lonely atate the apartmenta en
gaged for the Prince at tha lilt I'arl
tga and waiting to tidy up hla royal
boaa and give him a rhanga of clothes
T.i at ok market gave strong realat
ance to isiism: at the outset of trad
ing to day. Week end profit taking re
dweed Hleel, Krutlliis., 1'nlon Pacific and
American Hmeltlng fractionally at th
atari, but buying ordra quickly sup
planted the initial (treasure and the
subsequent iren waa toward higher
U WANTA BOAT
M the boat you terk ,
You'd quickly iinJ.
Most any kind
Can b secured
Through World Adt. Sunday i
Uat one to-morrow
Retultt on Monday.
Or prrhapi it's an Automobile Bargain
you want. If to, set the "Auto" and
"Uad Motor Car" Ads in the Sunday
ROBBERS GET $10,
LOOT IN HOLDUP OF
KANSAS CITY TRAIN
Every One Aboard Too Much
Frightened to Resist Band
of Masked Men.
Reading, St. Paul. Htel. t'nlon I'a
olflc and Copper all aaumel iniimlnent
places in tba late upward swing.
Brisk buying In the nnal hour sent
the Uat to the highest ringx yd ic
corded for tbe preaant upward in id
mant. Lshlgh Valley, with a rlae 10
117 1-t, attracted the moat utleniton .. i
To.Ui lustieat. ! and last nrioai ul wati
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WMMTVIIiTJIB. kla.. Oct. -Four
masked men held up Kansas CMty
Southern passenger train No. i, north
bound, three and a halt miles north of
Poteau laet night, ranaacked the mall,
blew opes the aafe in the expreaa car
and escaped Into th hills.
The robbera' loot la estimated at ttn.-
000 A lleavenor, Ukls,, lisnk la said to
have had V.w on the train The pi
eengera were not molested.
The men were seen to board the train
aa It stopped ut a crossing. William
West, twelve yeara old, saw two men
go lnr.o in eapresa car, iiraniusning
in. -ii revolvers. He calleil to passen
gers, hut his cries were disregarded.
I,. II. Kerr, express messenger, and
j. i.. Williams, baggage man, hoth of
Kansaa Mty, were driven hehlnd a pile
of trunks at the point of revolvers and
were forced to turn their backs while
th bundtts worked.
A local safe containing packagsa to
be delivered along the mute, anil sn
other cir lining valuables for Kansas
City and points lieynnd. were wrecked.
Tbe lop vt the local safe waa blown
through the root of the car Th maak
of one robber was blown off and Kerr
believes he ran Identify ihr men. Uvary
one on tbe train was so badly fright
ened there waa no resistance. Conduc
tor J. B. Isk i an Into a bandit aland
Ing guard aa Kg atepped from the train.
The bandit aald:
"Ob, please, chappie, get hack, or I'll
have lo blow out your light "
Heisk plunged Into the coach and
looked th door.
with perhaps a touch af bright
bias la the trimming. Maks It
with wide ravers ef brows
aad tha chemisette of oar
trimmed with bins buttons ap
oeatre. sTavs a group af
dowa th oentr back of tha skirt.
Wistaria at yeas ewa auggeettoa
of gray would he pretty fat ev
alag. Oray eklifoa fat tha waist
portion, with gray charms as fa
th skirt, which la draped oa eaoh
aide back, while a pout la laid
ap onto tha blouse la frost, a.
wreath of geranium tad flowers
oa oaa aide of tbe waist would add
a delightful color Bote.
Dear laabliai Kdltor:
Kindly advise me as to what style
draas I can maks out of black serge
material. Also what kind of buttons
uld I uae as trimmings Am t feat
Inches In height, my bust measure
44 Inches. Am a brunette, forty-one
years old. E. p.
A atraat ataaa made with loag
alaavaa could have etttohsd strap
of tha material pip with grata
allk, extend over th akoaldera,
under tha belt aad to the hips, bask
aad front. Sa front the straps
so ulg disappear at packets, walls
la the bask thay talah la petals,
s, high osllat of las could have a
lowat oaa of green, outside aald ad
tha front with May pearl bmrtsaa.
Brass glass asttoaa esaid trim tha
aleevea ap tha hash to the elbow,
while a grass aaada halt would la.
lab th dreaa.
Dssr Ksaklaa Bdrter:
I am twenty-five yeara oM and have
a black satin dreaa for evening wear
that makes me look fifty. Can I trim
the neck and sleeve In soma way to
brighten It upT MISH M. a
ast ins sees lower
lass aa aa taaet pahs,
late a eordlag rus with a May rd
valval. a doable platttag af ast
ssuld oomplete the aleevea, whils
a rod roes or a alaatsr of May
rose could Uvsa th belt.
As soon aa these four have given
their testimony Mr. Mclntyre Is going
to demand that thay b Indlctad fur
murder In the first degree, and If Dla-
trlot-Attorney Whitman falls lo move
along that line, Mr. Mclntyre will ap
peal to Qov. DIx to designate a Justice
of the Ruprera Court, a special Grand
Jury and a special prosecutor to take
the necesaary action.
"We ar ready for Uial on Monday,"
aid Mr. Mclntyre this afternoon.
"Thar will as no objection from our
aide of a dilatory nature. Becker has
bean anxious for a speedy trial ell
along and would have gone to trial
willingly a month ago. I advised de
lay for th purpos of gaining time In
which to prepare the case.
WIW. OKMAND THAT THEY BE
"After Rose. Webber, Vallon and
Acfteppe have given their testimony.
whloh testimony will atanvp tliem
murderers, I shall demand that the District-Attorney
against them before tbe Orand Jury and
have them Indicted. Mr. Whitman, 1
suppose-(taring bargained with tbsae
four criminals-will rafua to ao his
duty. In that event I shall appeal to
the Governor and we will learn wtiatncr
tha District-Attorney of this county can
snter Into an agreement and conspiracy
with murder era to turn them free In re
turn for their false testimony against
Th District -Attorney Is to try Backer.
He will es assisted by hla chief aeelat
ant, Frank Moss.
For three daya the District-Attorney
has been engaged lo what tha dsfenss
"grooming- hla wltnsssss. "Bald
Jack" Rsse, "Sam" Bcbepps. "Bitoajey''
Webber aad Marry Vallon la prepara
tion for th trial. These ar th chief
wrtaaas for tho prosecution. Mr. Whll-
and .Mr. Moss are satisfied their
atari, which implicate th four gun
men under lndleament as tho actual
ktllara of Herman Rosenthal. The de
fense declares th testimony of th self
confessed accomplice in the plot la
valueless and will break down under
PROBLEM OF ROOM PUZZLES
When Booker la called to the bar
Monday, th criminal branch of the
supreme Court. In tho Oeneral Sessions
building where the case le to be tried,
win ba crowded. The aaatlng capacity
of th court room la 1W persona. And
at tba start there will be tbe M0 Jurora,
scores of newspaper men who must be
present, the court attendance and some
favored spectators who will be nabld
to gala admission.
Justice OofI Is trying to solve the
aaattag problem. He has had inter
views with the Diavrlct-Attoriiey and
tha court attendants relative to the sit
uation. He I trying to please and ac
commodate all. Tha Juetk-a has already
da elded V hold night sessions to hurry
th trial. Tha prosecution baa fifty
wltniisia, In aal anting th jury th
giealelet oars will be exercised. Bach
side baa th privllag of thirty per
emptory challenge. Tnia means th
defers may bowl over thirty juror
acceptable to th prosecution, whll tha
prosecution has th same right a ap
plied to jurora agreeable to the de
fense. Ob weak. It la expected, will
ba needed to secure a Jury; perhaps
a longer time will be required. In any
event the jury hunt will ba one of tha
moat thorough ever known In thla
ask Itsssrvs, g. ii.:o.
The atatemsnt of the aotual condition
of dsartng House ihanks and trust
companies for the week show that
they hoM.M.ltl.MO1 ressrvs In excees of
legal reqursmeata. Thla 4a a dec re
of tK,aE7,aoO from laat Week.
INDIANA POL.I8. IrWl.. Oct. 6. -Herbert
P. Ilockln, acting Secretary-Treasurer
of tho International Association of
Bridge and Ntructural Iron Workers,
haa supplied the Government with evi
dence against his fellow defendants In
the "dynamiting conaplracy" cases, ac
cording to the statement In court to
day by District-Attorney Ohsnlea W.
According to Ortle K. McManlgal.
Hockln waa as bold aa eero the sir
Namaraa In cauelng explosion agalnat
employers of non-union labor and waa
an Inventor of the alarm clock acheme
by which trie Ios Angeloa Times build
in, waa blown up aome time after tha
bomb bad besn lighted and J. B. Mc
Kamara had eacaped.
Hockln waa In the courtroom with the
other defendants to-day. Ha Just hail
been severely arraigned by Mr. Miller
aa a prime mover in the dynamite plols.
"Ilockln has been double crossing
everybody.'' aald Mr. Miller. "He not
only double crossed MoManlgal, but he
even double crossed the union. He haa
been double crossing it and double cross.
Ing these defendant evar since.
"1 will nut stop to tell you just how
he personally delivered evldcnc here
at the Federal Building, th'. evidence
tending to Incriminate other defendanta.
I will tell you all about this later."
WILSON SLEEPS THROUGH
ACCIDENT TO TRAIN;
OWN CAR DAMAGED.
Governor Knew Nothing of Bump
ing Until He Awoke This Morn
ing Gets Greeting in Omaha.
OMAHA. Neb., Oct. i. Gov. Wilson
plctpt peacefully through a train acci
dent in which lua own cat was slight
ly damaged and arrived hrra to day to
be greeted by an enthuslaatlc crowd at
tha station. During the night a freight
locomotive aldewlped the rear cars
of the train, splintering an obaervatlon
car and damaging the aleeper In which
Oov. Wilson waa reposing. The Demo
cratic Presidential candidate did not
know of the accident until Informed of
It thla morning.
A long automobile parade escorted the
Governor from the station to the City
Hall here, and after an informal re
ception and a brief address he went to
Orelghton University to apeak before
The reception committee, which met
Oov. Wilson waa headed by United
States iJemator O. M. Hitchcock of
Omaha aad C. W. Bryan of Lincoln.
The Oovernor also gave a ten-minute
talk to a meeting of the Nebraska
Women'a League at a hotel. Ho was
greeted by Mm. William J. Bryan. At
Crelghton University the Governor's
appearance waa the elgnul for l'rloce
ton and Crelghton College yella. and the
glee club Bang "Oil Nassau." It was
the first time he haa heard thla song on
Killed Mtrallsa rnr-Trsek Hide.
ULaasI to To Kiaoiaa World.)
HTAaiKOKD. Conn., Oct. r.. James
Ke'ly of Brooklyn, twenty-five years
old. fell off a passenger train, on a
..ruck of which he was stealing a ride
to Host'in last nlKht. and his body waa
cut In two. William Moy of New York,
who waa riding with him, told the train
crew of the accident.
For an Old
VEST POCKET FORM
Brtllerent from any
Battler tkaa all.
Manufactured only by
JAMES PYLE & SONS, New York
Cant. Osorg W. Oray waa locks up, chsrgsd by lira. Mary
her gold watch aad fifty dollars
"Aad I kept them In my stotngr she told the polio. Indlgnantty.
Having bad the committee appear before Mra, the Colossi wsat ovsr
th National Museum how to mount a buffalo.
FSIIIrur three stories and landing on a picket rsnoe, Mlas Less
Irvtngton was savett by her corsets Her Me was ataysd. as on might
ttvart ejirse passe equal one Senator, th capacity of fhs new aW
rall ooaoh btwa th Senate office and th Cap! OA has BSBB
On th taat
terrmnean monorail ooaoh
fixed officially at twelve Senators
Th alleged corespondents being two broth era, divorces have been
to Richard and Roger Lyon of Maiden. Mass.. brothers, from their wives.
Headline "Workers Threaten Exodus." Still, we hav Number.
ELOPERS FIND PAPA
NO EASY FORQIVER.
Meyer Recalls That He Has Just
Bailed Boy Bridegroom on
Another Girl's Complaint.
William J. Meyer of No. St Sumpter
atreet, Brooklyn, applied to J uat Ice
Marsan In the Supreme Court to-dsy
for an order appointing him guardian
to au for an annulment of th mar
riage of hi fifteen-year-old daughter,
Henrietta, and Robert Bedell, s nineteen-year-old
neighbor, who live at No.
.108 Balnbrldg street.
Henrietta yaatarday confided to papa
rhat aha and her youthful sweetheart
had been married before a Justice of tbe
Peace In New Jersey on Sept. 1J, and
that they would live together yoat aa
soon aa Bobby . mild make
money to support them.
Fana waa particularly Incen
what he heard, because he had suppled
the 1300 ball Imposed upon young BesVh
only s few day ago. pending hla t
on a complaint of Alma Turner of lo
241 Sumpter atreet.
I.ynuta TleTaar Dead.
NEWPORT. R. Li Oct. t
Tiffany of Washington deed at fete
summer borne. Fair Acres. Jamestown,
late yesterday of pneumonia. He was
aeventy-foiir years old, a Seventh Regl ,
merit veteran of tha civil war. feadi
leaves a widow and four children. Th
funeral will b held on th arrival M
hla aon, Capt. Oer.ru S. Tiffany. U. B
A., from Vancouver Barraoka. Waath.
Burial will bs as Orsenwood Csmsxsi y
CONSTIPATED, BILIOUS, HEADACHY,
1 LIVER TORPID?- CASCARETS SURE
Turn the rascals out Use headache, biliousness, constipation, tha task, aaur
stomach aad foul gaaes turn them out tonight with Cescsreta.
Don't put in another day of distress. Let Case err ts sweeten aad regulate not
stomach; remove the tour, undigested and fermenting food aad that misery-Bikin
gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry off the decomposed waata
matter and constipation poison from the bowels. Then you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten yea oat by morning s 10-ceat boa from
any drug store will keep your head dear, at mack sweet, liver aad bowel ragsltf
and make you feel bully aad cheerful for months. Don't forget tha childraa.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YCU SLEEP
RavAi. tblAla rOH SAhdW
Hlnger lima a i.noo-gn,AOO; eauy-Wa
(Juat before antiwar BMB). Write fi
soaaiet. imo niosee.
Highway, tweeklra. N. V
Inc., SUM 14 lass
rnc oc new.? a&fOC-
fi.ijac-.i.'d, 1 1 iBkaj. uu.iMdu, ITal T WU lit HI
gYNLMC aTB CcS P AN T Til ' BiaSkT
las Iksaoad Blag. 91 waaai : eateass, elasssssa.
BUSINESS PROPERTY TO
ggW TOBK sad
atl trtn. Tlekata at Mer aeit an iPiiar.
EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPORATION
SOCIETY OF TAMMANY
eaiatfiUly mine Ui
tn. a of tia fevlety Ut tiie
OXDAT EVRNiNo, m.
Rmthrt You ara
atten.1 tlie reatilar m.
Ureal W'lswam. (Ml 111
7. lnu. at half aa huur after
Ii, order of the (Iraml Hai'liem.
THOllAS F. SMITH.
M.iWutlan - SajiiKtn of Hnrttlnf. lOtlt aluon
laar et Iharow) 41Htli, of lndetMiilam'a 1 Ititli
ami uf mult. ill. .ii l'id.
. . lila
kalaer Haa lo Tsll lasfbvr.
William Uulser, the Uemocratlo nomi
nee for Oovernor, arrived in town laet
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