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T HI EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1012
muniiiu no i
Bombs, Infernal Machines and
Other Thing! Said to Have
Been Used by Labor Men.
NEVER HAD A BOSS.
O. Heeza Boob!
MY OWN MASTER
B1ilMlNK I'LL Go UP NOW
"r.t MT ON TMf LINE
WmtANAPOM. tnd., Oft. II I'..
of exploded hnmh, Rid I'n rani In
which BtlfO-gtyeOriBS hfxl been .nrrlr I,
cartridges, fun,, Hint fflggggtat gUfll
Tf put In rVdtf1H !y the Oovtfn
ment to-toy to be itpd a e!ilhlte in
the "dynamite conspiracy" trial
Oatnefod from many sections of the
country In the wake Of Ortle MrMii
igal and thp McN&maras. ihpy have
been classified hy Clarence, W Nichols,
Mtlttant Dlttrlct-AttOrTsry, and arp :o
tie used a physical pi idence In thp Unv.
emment'a charges Ol Illegal Intcretst"
shipment of explnstvps. Mr NMmUi
who prepared mu h of thp tlnvernmcni i
esse befnrp tho F'-1cra! rlrand .'-try, for
weeks hnii blttl (BgMtd with assist -mnti
in saaortlng thp jumhlp of or!
dpncP. CIk hundred and twenty exhibits have
been Hated. They arp to bp presented
to the jury onp by nne, and Included:
Two magsxtne guns, a rifle, fuses nnd
alarm clock attainments for bombs,
taken frum t... valines of McManUil
and James B. MoNsmara "hen they
war arrested In n hotel lobby In De
troit on April U, 1911.
Fuses, alarm clocks, an.l dynamite
beam mk.-n from ih. vault of tho
International Assoclatlm, of llrlilajo anl
Htruotural Iron Workers when J. J. Mc
Namara. tha secretary, was arrested ;n
IntMatiapolIn on April B, UH,
A fibroid lull caee, made In Olndn
natl for thp carrying of nitroglycerine,
which Henry W. Legleltner, now of
Denver, la alleged to havp brought from
Pittsburgh to the Iron workers' head-
Quarters In lndtanapoli
Pre and Always Win
Says Candidate Ac
Ttroslyrerlne cms found naar
portion of a bridge over thp Mlitourl
River at Kansas City. Mo., will -h M "
SHenlKal blew UP AUI. St. 1910.
Suit caae In whtoh McManlgal carried
djynair.lt p. and which beara the stains
ay having been placed on a radiator. I
Mobtanlgal said lie put It on a rndlator
at hla homa In flouth Sangamon atreet.
Chicago, to thaw out the dynmlte, and;
whan he returned he found his llttla)
girl on the floor playing with the ix-1
X shawlstrap with which Oenrge
(Nipper) Anderaon. Cleveland, u de
fendant, la charged with having car
ried a dynamite bog to a auburb of
Parte of an Infernal machine, found
near the home of F. J. Zeehandclnar,
ioi Angelei, on thp morning thp T,oe
Afigelaa Tlmee building aa blown up.
Tha original bill for tl.W paid for
the aluminum lettera uied by Jnmee H
MotNamara and hla accomplices In
changlnd the name 'Paatlme" to "Peer
leaa" on the launch In which the ex
plosive uaed at Loe Angelea was brought
into Han Francisco Bay.
PROSECUTOR TRIES TO BRINQ
GOMPERS INTO CASE.
Whether Samuel Oompera. Preeldent
of the American h1rratlon of Labor,
was present at a certain labor union
'ueetlng d In 8t. Louie, In November,
310. waa asked by .Jovemment attorneys
in the "dynamlto complrucy" trial
Frank Bdhllllng. clerk of a hotel In
B. LOQiB, tSStallSd that the Intprnatlimal
Aaeocla.lon of BltdgS and Htructuml
Iron Workers wpre holding Its annual
convention In St. Loula ut the tlmp. He
nainp.l Frank H. Itvan. "hlcgo;
Michael J. XOUtUT. Boston: F. .1 MO
Nulty. Newark. X. J.; M. B. Ma.lden.
ChlOaaVo; and Olnf A. Tveltmore. San
Frjn isco. a rcglateriHl at the hotel.
The convention waa hi-ld the month
after tut. Los Angcl.a Times dlsastsr
and ft waa ut tlila time, the ;nern
ment li.irg. a, that TVSltlPOS told llvan,
Prastdsnt of tha Ironworksrs, Ihsl the
"Politic coaal sspeotsd ChrittmM
preeent" In thp shape of mora ex
plosions. Tveltmoe ulau wa dsScrlhed
as "the big paymaster" who financed
the ynMnltsra. At ths it Louti msst.
ing he is ahargsd with promoting Wts
Llewellyn Iron Works expVslon.
"Wag Mr, Oompsri roflstsrsd at ths
holel at this tlu.i ask. d Attorney J,
"He wasn't rsirlstsrsdi but he sai
around the hotsl t good ilea1 " ui-
wered the witness,
I'nlted Btntoi Pmatof John w. Kern.
for hs ..efe.i " objeetsd! "Mr. Oompsrs i
Is no: a tfofs idant. He baa nothing to '
no with thp rii.-." I
"Nothing, othel than it win be shown I
he ha I SOtneUlIng to do with I la de-
fsnis or the oonsplraton In ths state i
of California," teptlsd Mr Most
.Indue H. tlidsrson rule.1 he bt
prsasat saw no rtlvaoy In the men I
tmn of Mr. Compara! natns and if
nnne sMsarsJ In future testimony he
soul l iPlnstru I the lui )
ObJsBtton also sai mads to the men- ;
tion of ktcNulty and Ma. Men, (.in irs
Cnngrrxsman William Sulspr and the
other IV miners on the Democratic
State ticket were formally untitled last
night of the action of the Syracuse
Convention. The notification waa made
at the National Iemocratlc Club.
In accepting the nomination Mr. Sut
ler spoke fur over half an hour, lie aaid
"If elected Oovernor I ehall to tho best
of my ability pndpavor to glvs ths
peoplp of ihe State sn honest, an eco
nomical and a huslneee-llke administra
tion of public affair. I am a friend
of every honest bustnpsa, whpther big
or little, and will always have Its wel
fare 4n view in the administration of
"As a Democrat Imbued with the prin
ciples of Jefferson I believe In justice to
all. I am opposed to special privilege.
If I sm anything I am an Individualist,
snd I bellsve In keeping the door of op.
portunlty open for every man In all this
brosd land. That la my democracy.
"The plain people know me and they
know a bat I have done. They know I
can l'i trusted They have seldom been
devdvpd. by one of their own.
"I will go Into office, If elected, with
out a promise exrept my promise to
all the people to serve them faithfully
to the beat of my ability. I am free,
without entanglements, and shall re
main free. If elected 1 will be the
Quvernui of the people and the Execu
tive Office atUi bs In the Capital.
"William Slater never had a boss,
aad his only master la himself.
"Those who know me best know that
I stand firmly for certain fundamental
principle! for personal liberty; for relig
ious freedom; for constitutional govern
ment; for equality before the law; for
equal rights to all aod special prlvHeget
"I have no race or religious preju
dices. I am charitable In all my views.
I am nn optimist.
Is) contlovdon lot me reiterate what I
have often said before I am a Demo
crat, unafraid, free, progresalvs and In
dependent; and 1 hnve the courage of
my convlo'lons. I know my duty and
doro do 1t."
Tha rest of the candldatea made brief
speeches. There were about five hun
dred Democrats present from all parta
of the State.
HMbJ f actOKOiNfe to
TE PPS.S eP6CTD
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fai-t-o' tsootfj T me to ec tm J
WHAT ACC voo -5
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STATEN ISUND NOTES.
The Asronautlcal S'Plety of Manhat
tan will havw an aviation tournament
at Oak wood Heights to-morrow after
noon. Miss Marls Clsrk of First svenu.
Tompklnsvllle. gsve flinch party to
her young frleoda at her home in .honor
of her eighteenth birthday. Wednes
day evening. Tlanse present were Al
fred and Walter lindereas. Ifarrv Clark
and llpnry WstBsT, tha Mlaass Viola
Bchnefpr, Kmlly Whltp, Maria Slleksl.
Rebecca Block ami Margaret Devlin
The Misses I'atrlrla Meeker and Mar-
gaist ilarlnett of Houseman nv, niss,
fort Richmond, sire in Baltimore.
Ut Joseph's Chtirrh of Rnaebank, IApt.
Joseph Catoggl, pastor, will hare a, fair
In llarhmann'a I'avlllian. Willow nva
nue, Clifton, frpm Oct. M to Nov. 1
Harry HcharfJar of Jaetcson avenue,
Dongan Mills. Is at home from two
weska' outing In the tlreen Mnuiitalna
The Fourth Roolal Club of Ttossbank
will cslabrate its tomb anniversary In
tha clubruoma, Ht. Mary's avenue,
The Washington Serial Club af Staple
ton will havs a ball In ths Oesrraaa Club
Rooms, Van I) user street. Org. M. Ths
officers of ths club aad tha Arrsnse-
metlt commute are: Preatdsnt. John
lpatrange; Vlcp-I'raaldoat, Thomas J.
Welsh, Kecnrdlng Hp retary, William le
Winters; Financial Hecrstxtry. Henry A.
Bormann; S. i seant -at-Arms. I. J. B.
Kullman, Assistant Hengeant t-Arms.
Fdward K. McCullnugra; Arrangement
Committee : Frank J Arr Jr., Chair
man; William I'app, Ttsomaa J. Welsh,
William Shields, Joseph J. Corey, Harry
Busk, Frederick Unssrr and Henry
Mrs. Jane Irrennan of (lordon stree',
Htapleton. arrnniiHintesi ty her nln-e,
Mine Jeanrtta Manlry. Is visiting rela
tives In Baltimore.
Klchmond I'uunrll, No. 9(1. Knights of
OoOumbue, will hsve a dinner In the
Hotal St. Oeorge, Naw Brighton o
Mra. Helen M. ttnllev is building a
two-story frame dwelling on the Fresh
Kill Hoad. Ill hmnnd.
Miss Irfirettn Weed of Hoe street,
West New Brighton, had an enjoyablo
automobile trip through New Jersey as
the guest of Mrs J. Harry Tnrhune of
Mr. and Mra Theodore WaIIs hsvn
moved rrom SI. Mark's place. New
Brighton, to St. Austin's pls-.'e. West
Rev. J II. J. Lamed of St J 1 1 n '
't ssptsji atMl CknreV Maw Tork
srenna. Rrajebsnk. hat ratarnad from a
pleae-Sng. Taeaflon spent With his parents
at Laki Format, III.
Mksa Flora ace O'Neill of RIcTuaotiJ
Terraf. Ioet Richmond, will spend aea
CkrtoSer holdays in ths White
irsyr STVI.FN FOR WOMR1N ,
rasHiiits st rrisnrT rm,
The Sundar World's Monthly Mar Ma-
Aon Fsshtne Masaalae win bi slven with
nm runw"7 ori.-. , i nmiira.
urder la sdvsnee.
UNCLE SAM VS. INWOODS.
They roes Hals an waelar Afler
sees fair gwsse u.mr.
The lnwoo.1 Athletics, champions of
fnwood, will cross bats with the base
ball team of the I'nlted States Battle
ship I'tah, next Sunday afternoon, on
theilr ho.'.ie grounds, located one block
assert of Dyckman street Brosdway sub
way station, and two blocks north na
Th'.a contest will prove Interesting, aa
the Mue tuck " are considered ties
ohamplons of ths I'nlted States Navy,
and are surely some gingery ball piayera.
ssxysa; , W f
u a. r-r-i
Wager jj V "
On kls rsrnvrrv frnm sbaitrrsd healdk
to reefer) nrm. ,a. I sa- 1 Inc lea mf
llln.ss I did nut .pm. tu Imnrure till I
leek Father .li.lm's Medicine. It nuleSlv I
bull: up ear ho.lv to Its former streaeth '
and n arte ess Betters as at sag Usee ta ear
rareer. Now 1 rerrr a bottle f the e.e'l
. las wlih nip on the trios with niv club
sn.l It keep, me well all '.he lime,"
IS CHAPERONED BY
MAYOR ORDERS SUIT
AGAINST EVENING POST
Wants the City to Recover Sl6,9:o
Paid for Printing of Elec
Mayor Oaynor to-day directed Cor
poratlon .'ounal Archbold R. Watson
to begin an action fur alleged fraud
against the Ne.v York Kvenlnit Post,
to recover llfl.W'i pall that newspaper
In December. 1910. by the city, for pub
lishing election notices contrary to the
terms of the contract with the city.
In a letter to the Corporation Counsel,
to-day, Instructing the brlngliii; of the
action, the Mayor declares the livening
Post caused to he printed, on two Sun
days, the Sunday Kvenlng Post, In or-
der to cover the terma of the contract
demanding conse utlve publication. The
Mayor says it ut arsll-known fact that
there Is HO Sunday Bvsnlng Pott in ex
istence, but that such a paper was pub-
Itshsd on two Sundays as a subtsrfuaTs 1
to enable the Kvenlng 1'ost "to oollsot
the sum of 16,'.iii from I he city j
(Jiirer Cures for Whooping Cough.
iKi. ot tin- legates ohroslele.)
A "speetly and tthca.-loua cure for
the troublesome complaint, the whoop
ing cugli," Is to be found lit an old
Autoful of Progressive Suf
fragetttt Seek to Convert
the Poor Sailor.
"Sjspend.T Jack" Mcllep chaper
oned u party nf the rip-roar! nsssji suf-
ft.tgptle flfs astrri In the Hull Moose
local organization to carry the light
to the poor sailors to-day. Seven of
'em carried It anl III a largo family
After notifying all of
Howe F.lllott, whose mother wrote the
"Battle Hymn of the Itepubllc," Mr.i
Harriot Johnson Wnod, Mlsa Alice Car
penter and Mrs. S. Birmingham, who
said her husband was a Wilson man
and would divorce her If her name ap
peared In the papers.
Seventy-second treet and Riverside
rive waa reached, but there was nO
audience except reporters and photos
raphe.es, who, of course, are not worth
taiklng to Then the anchor wu-s
pulled aboard and the staunch ei.ni
navigated to Seventy-ninth street
Again no crowd. Juat onp man. Hp
gavp Miss Carpentrr a dollar bill In
exchange for a Roosevelt button and
then rati away aa Mlsa Carpenter
called to the reporters:
"Catch that dear man and get his
With that the heavily laden auto
went right down the hill to the float
at the foot of West Ninety-sixth and
West Nlnety-aeventh streets, whe-p
the Bailor! land.
"Here Comas some bug Hnclallal
called a huckster, who was peddling
banners of the nnvy.
"Nothing of the kind." snortsd the
late lira, Julia Ward HoWS! daughter.
"We're Hull Moosers, an thrrp!"
"Aw chppap'" quoth the flag pedtlbo. !
' ind the M.HtsettPS called u nollceman
the afternoon ' to have him qua Had, etippel and other-
50c Weekly on $30 Worth
$6 Monthly on $100 Worth
$5 Weekly on $500 Worth
Payable by the
Week or Month
on Any Amount
in Plain Figures
if you prefer
to 2'ay Cash
k3nre wummmi wf&ws
the 1 wise obliterated
le Po!iCS (lax. tie city I to pause In amustsl sur
an tor n of luffratstUtl" four. "f ("? UvXy ,M
mid morning Dspsrl
Vot-warts and the
editors that an autoful of suffragt
was goliiK' tu break loose at Kiveraldc
tuive and Seventy-second street, "Sus
pender Jack" gathert l his enteric of
sklrti 1 spellbludera Into the uutu and
trundi ! up la the irygting pi 1
Two lallOfi happened
s i .',-. and then
I them with oratory and printed matter
"What's the use?" a gunner's matt
asked with hollow, mocking laughter
"us poor sailors csnt vote, anyway."
So, after all "Suipender Jink's" per
sonally C hamper 0PSd party didn't get very
AmoiiK fie stalwarts were Mrs. Maude far ,n the proael1lng Inn
25 GENT "DANDERINE" FOR FALLING
HAIR AND DANDRUFF BROWS HAIR
Don't pay 50 cents for worthless hair tonics Use old,
reliable, harmless "Danderine" Get results.
volume of "Notes and Querist,'
"co nets ti i" plain currant cake, to i
be rate:, by the afflicted child, ths This, brittle, ,,!, ,rlcH nml scraggy
main virtue of which rakr 1m, how- hair is mule evidence of a negtoctM
ever. In Us nvirg niiili- by a woman .scalp: of dandruff t lint awful snirf.
whose maiden name was Hie same aa
that Of the man she married; and m
no account whatever i-i anv pnvnipftt
or compensation to bs mads dlrsotly
tir Indlict'tly for tlie cake" In certain
pints of I.uncaalilrc the belief Is Fill!
ntsrtatnad that whooping cough may
be cured by tying a hairy catsrptllar
In a .trtt.il I bag ground the child's heck.
As ills cat 'i' pillar diet lac COUgh goOS.
There i- nothing so destructive to the
hair as dandruff It roi.s the half of it
lustre, ils strenglli gnd III very life;
eventuaHy producing i foverlshsesi and
Itching ' the sculp irhich if not rema
died causss the hair roots to ihrlsk,
liatseti gad 'lie I lien tlie hair falls out
A little Danderine tonight -now -
ft ti v time will surclv save vnur liair.
Get a tfi cent bottle of Knowllo i
Duntlerine from any drup slure or tolel
(tinnier, ami ufler tin- first application
yoll will say it was the lies! investment
Vou ever ms.lc. Your linir will Imme
diately tnkc mi I lull lite, lustre and luxu
riance wliicli is so baglltifllli it will lit
i nine saw ami fluffy anil liave tin gn.
pearatice nf aliuiulancr; an IttCOmparabtf
stoSJ and softness, but what will please
vnn most will be after just a tea' weeks
list, when vnn will actually see a ltd nf
fine, flowny hair new hair - growing
g over the scalp.
Large Photogravure of the Giants
5-Piece Parlor Suite, $42.50
Worth fully 65. Bought In a large lot from a manufir. turer at a sacrifice to
keep his factory busy In the dull months. We gut u line bargain and offer
It to you. This suite la covered in Ihe best Pan OS plush, haa well made
frames with large claw feet. Other reductions In Tarlor Suites of all hinds
too numerous to mention.
Larf r do ugh Id rook Mf
Alnnrr, yt tjVM nm tska up
nn. h imid IV. - Ut ludc
lhP, e-.tasv. ftaiHpgar Itnl rtilgj.
sll t,, for ugg,
Many uthsn, tMMtlar snd
Isrgrr. o-t ttMlr. sad stcappi
m rry igat?iuUoai s4 srst-y
consists of a Bed-spread, ;..
Inches. 2 I'lllow Shams, .tox.tO: a
Srsrf, 30xH; and a round Table
('over, 4G In. Beautiful patterns
Fine Imitation Japanese Diawn
work. wonderful ralue.all for 93 SC
Curtains, Bed Clothes. Table
tdnen. Couch Covers, Towela
etc . all In great variety, and at
Well mart. Is rrery U
tail, mo ,ei. rs.ll.ttmt.
etc., itf s.rrf III
toMsh Dy Set
vniUM'd tills, srt of
I'titts'si irons mid
100 r lot Ill's ii lis.
20 Inchti wide, AO
ilgh. Very nril
md roomy. Other
CgbltMtl for eur
os, recordi, etc.
I R beautiful
seat of Imltg
in rral leather,
IS .00. Lvery
kind of rocker.
for 6 yeara.
and Case 59 J
'6 ln hntt l)U i .
pt tlli ut I in -kreprr.
ti I 0 Vt I or fftJii
inrtal. Clockl ol alt kim.lv
"New Idea" Couch Bed, 3. 95
4 .lllfsrent uses. As a coach, with
both sldee down. As a Davsaport,
with one aide up and one down (aa
In cut). As a bad, with both sides
straight out Aa a orlb. with both
Ules up, so a child .oiild not roll
off Very strong and easily opsr-
nted All styips of aonehsa, sofss,
easy chairs anl everything else
nitrnanlrl an 1
very well miMle,
Holltl oak, koM-
t-n flnl-h. Kl.iNi
door to DOOR
. and it.
ly ahiipail mir
ror IJxM In.
on tp. lit MA
TO lni'hen hltfh
.in l U :( wUl:
A U orta of
ileitkffj .iii-l book
Ths lid shows beau
tiful mahogany grain
and Is prettily Inlsld.
very well nude and
fitilp ti.-.l throughout.
Deeka for l iff re, Li
brary, I'arlur and
kind at . very price.
Lui . i Inns plstform
rocker, covered In
leather. Note the
deeply tufted back,
anna and ruffled
easy chslrs, etc., lu
Rtrongly made, white
ell.imel finish. Includes
bowl, pltoher and eoap dish.
All kinds of Toilet Heta,
Bathroom Futures of
every kind and all such
-temarkably wood valua
Made of lUbatantlal oak.
nail pul tagStharl neat
ly ornamsntad ami nics-
lv Rnlahsd. Ton drawe.-a
have swell front.
Others In all woods at
every jirl -e
Kverything for the
l'lhing Itoom except the
thin irs to eat
r aa -a -a S. O III llj'
Cof Glass Ftm Dish, Mirror and Fern,
All complete The
fern is natural, . ut
treated by an inipirted
preparation will last
A Ntw Rug. " The Bassorah
The bast liultatluii of the retl Orientals Mil., of
vegetable mohair They will wear nearly a long
the patterns are ver similar very few renple could
tell the. a apart th llv big dlfferSnVS la In the price.
Beautiful 'tcBa sorah" Rugs,
36x63 inches, $8.75
of course we have real orletitala, too. ranging frafg
118 to Hal..
our Ifjoor Covering Department Is ibsolutel
plete livery grade, color, elze and pattern of e
ruif uarpat, Oilcloth lln.d. mi, matting elc.
Sn charge I .r the naaaurtng, sptsing. lining
in Next Sunday's World jj
We sold more goods, and to
more customers, ths September
than in any previous September
in our 105 years of business.
Ask any c: 'omer why.
Optn Saturday Evznmjs
Fin Colonial Reproductions
Fine mahogany, beautifully nnlahed
and fuultlesalv made l.irge, roomy
pieces. Pure Colonial deatgn.
Princess Dresrer to Match, $37.50
Toilet Table to Match, $22.00
We show 1I.S00 ag ft of bedroom
fiirnii ire embracing everv wood fin
ish, et In and price.
Downttwn S o e
COWPERTNWAIT 6t SONS