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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
FOR TONG WITNESS
Interpreter Slips Galling In
Suits Eetween Lines of
I Tonne Ham 'o the stand," called
. m.i J.. I I ' . , -.1
II1UH JIU.imrrtll"liin w. .
in the ornner'a 'cniTt before
Ooronor Holshnuaer, 11 af rnnon.
Tha mm were those of the flvr "hlna
tnen charged with muri'-r after the tone
ba. tie In Chinatown Monday afternoon.
The (wo Chinamen, one Italian. one
Irishman and onr Russian were killed
II axorpt one of the Chinamen, Innn
ceart hyatandera In the course of the
raid of the On Ijoon Tone, dwelling In
llett street. agaJnat the Hip Hlng Tnng
and It afllltaied aoelnl organisation, Ida
Four Brothers League, of PHI and
Doyera streets The cause of the raid
waa tho testimony given before the
Orand Jury earlier Monday by Hip
81ni witnesses tending to fasten on On
Lsana Ton men the guilt for the kill
lag of In- Hln and lo Dox-k .several
The On Leonfa, aa noon an I hey hoard
that tholr brethren had been hale wont
Irrto Poll and royer atn-ets. where thoy
ara nsvor aon unioas willing tn kill or
killed. For ton minutes tho street
' woro flllod. as witnesses had testllled
boforo the appearance of lyong San,
flwtth doad and dying targets of tho
'.Bhots of big revolvers, frightened dwell
hi In the .nti.-i and aightsecra, horaea
lunging through tho s nnke nhoad of
1 hevy drays, while glna broknn by bul
lets tlnklod down to MM sidewalks and
if palleemen and detective shouted
all!, "xhora anon ono of m!" "Oot that
i.MVT In cHlaen'a clothes the ono In tho
' Aa ho faced tho thirty or moro
.. . 'hlimmen who sat about tho little
courtroom. I.onna m, known lo lha
mlxod llfo at Chlnnmwu aa Haaay Bam,
did not seem comfortable Ho aouaht
i each ono out Kith hla oyoo, aoma
I tlmoa IM alarod with a vicious batoful
flaoh and It wna aa hatafully aont bark
I to him. Homatlmes thoro waa tho
flicker of an eyelash and tho aama
ah'w of oonlldence aunt up Mat
down. Ilka an electrical alannl flash
i from tha oya of a brother Hip Slug
i down among tho spectators.
TWO INTERPRETERS KEEP
TABS ON EACH OTHER.
"Oat an Interpreter commanded tho
Coroner Hen l.oe Moy atarted for
tho rail buck of tin wltm-aa (hair.
"Your Honor," tKiomeil the vonerable
Oeorge M. Curlla, repi iwnl Ina th.' three
n leong turn. Ham Imnif, Ooo Ixil
Yung anil I Inn 1'ung. who among
tho live men gathered In liy tho police
after th" riot In the belief that they h.oi
been abarpabootara for tne.ir tona. "w
desire thnt there he h MQBJia lintorproli r,
who ahall aee to t that thoro la Juwtlrn
and hOfM0ttf done" -
"Ba-a-a-a-t !" anhl the fat Chlnamai nt
hla elbow, tha omVlM.1 fixer of tho Oil
Ionita. 'Tlo la AJh man."
"Ho la aBt1afanory. Your Honor," aaUl
Judae Curtla. f nively.
"V'hero." tU-mandod t'ounaolVor Tor
oneo J. MrMamiR of the Hip Bine, raat
ln soldo tha afternoon extra whh h
contained tho laat line-up for th
World'a Werloa aame In Itonton, "la OI'R
man? Bond for Ieo Kol."
Iond ahouta ohood thniuah the hatla.
From the atrent holow came metalltr
rhiea ftf CMneao volcoa erylna "Ioe
loil. taM laMl"
The Ilkp SIiik warrlora I., k.-ne-l to a
fat, (cr"iay peraon with u pln1d, very
learned countenance, behind hla roimd
rlinnird apectaclea. He IrM thln Hliil
of the Hip Blnaa. leiirnod In the Knallah
lanauaae and American law. Hoth In
torprelorw wor aworn.
"Now, you," aa.l Coroner HokhMIMf
tn Hen Laa Moy, who waa aa thin an. I
notvoua and aar,1nlc aa 1hln Illna wna
amootih ami indifferent, with the bea ly
eye.1 Indifference of a toad watchlnK a
cloud of xnata, you aak tho juatlona
anil loll me what he aaya. And you. you
fat man" Ithla to Thin Hlna the riacl.ll,
"If you catch thla thin man cheatlnc,
tell me quick."
SOME CHOICE INSULTS.
"Where do you live?" aakod Aaalat
ant IMatrlct Attorney Mre'-kentldae
"Ylnk-aow hum he y i-iri.iK bow. Jlnka
hum aook tlnp hau O'.ok muni aow?"
aakod Hon Io Moy. Or, aa paraphraaod
In i 'la:. "Thn loarne.1 I l. who
knowa that you are a inward and a
thlf anil a Mar and who would like tho
prlvlleua of t( arlna your nalla frum your
flnaora to know If thu tiutn la In you.
doaltea to !eain from your lylna I'.naruo
and your DO If Up lad ol .. f j oj , an till
him where la the cheap and filthy Nol
In which yon apend moat of tho time
when you aro lildlna from the COM
quen. oa of jour evil deeda?"
Juat a aldewlae, ati.tkellco Maah of
Laona Bftina pitont bather eyca
acknowlodaed that the full Import of
tho iieatlon had rea. hod MM. I'hln
IHna'a fat haby-llko ftaro narrowcl
little too. Mut In porfe.iiv IflHMIh
voice loona Sam made anawer.
' lt!nk-yimi kow," or f.omcthlnK wbl. h
aoundeil like thai, he rcpll-d, and amlle I
at the acowllng f.icea of hla brethren
below aa tlnniah to reaaaure ihem that
tho m l.eonaa could not aet hla aoat.
or "face," na they ,-all It In 'hlna.
"Tllrtleen laiyeia ItraM," aald the In
torpoetor. "Ioea he Mvi alone?" naked the ll-trlct-Attorney.
Tho On Inline tortur. r'a question thla
time conaumed two full mlnutna The
wltneaaea flnaora were twltchlna with
nervoua rnae. The quoatlon could not
be printed here. Hut the nnawor waa
delivered In a choklna aound. It w-na
All the tlmn Chin Illna. the Hip.
Blna Interpreter, waa not Interferlni.-
He waa not there to prevent Inault,
but to prevent the anawar from being
"Una he a wife?" aakod Mr. Brack'
Hen I,,.. Moy fairly cackled In hta
lllal lOtM nice aa h. made the text fOI
Jeera and alma on the houaehold ami
r- .ei.i mniala and .rnW-cent hahl'a of
l.eona Bam At the end of It nil LaOnf
Bam til ' .titer' to aav i 'hump-woni;,"
or a almllnr aoun l Hha lh dlaapiiearlm,
K'ltfrle of a nullfroa on a warm aprir t;
"He aiva, Sure he lina n Klrl.' " re
pi i d tleti Lee Moy with n bitter e'lee.
"A whit, woman?" aakod .ludae Cttr
tla. and on e more lien Ioe M.,y
Jahnad IjaOM Ban with hnrbed IbTUlti
lid llbea J.llly Itnrnea, a paatv faced
white woman, aittltiK at the baol of
II room, about w hom he waa ap. aklr a,
nt . who iinderatan-la aome r'hineae. be
nil aobblna and ran from the room to
"I'hump-wonif." replied Ioona Bam
Mut hla voice w.i vtrnln 'd and hla Mfaa
w.ie blnalna. Cllln HJni waa tHently
ImplorliiK him to keep hla temper I id
hla anawer I ntll theiy (Ol hi-'k to China
town nrrionK tiielr own piiple.
liate er M to effect of the (ittB 'k
on lron Bam a feellnaa It did not ke. ;
him from doing what a 'hlnamiin hi),
aeldom done m the,, courta until wlln
In the laat few montha. He picked o
liM Pel TttUg Of the On l.eonga na a
murder er. It la an. h breaklna awav
from private vent'eanee aa tl.la which,
the police any. MOOURti for moat of
tho foiiltceri inurilera which have
ainlned i hln ilown a atreeta In the lj t
I young woman with gold eyeglaaaea
and tho look of a achooltenrher, waa
I Another unamtl WltiMM, Bha acknowi-
oilaeii thn ,(,,. wa, ttlP rninatoon
wif.. of Foonf Pong, the Praaldent of
th. Hip Rllafi Blm anld that a ,. a. I
Been I'.i'i .e Vum a , out paat her and,
Itirnlng, had aaan one Kona of th Hip
Blnaa fall d.iid Kath-rli... Powefg
reacnted only one qdaatiOD naked .f
j "HOW long have you known 'ice Hot
Vitng?" JttltlCt Curtla naked her.
Only elni-o I aeen him In court." ahe
Mid Indignantly. "I gon'i know no On
! Leoiiua I waa never In Molt atreet In
; my life."
"Oca D..I Yung, aioeU fat. red. cheeked
with n ('upld'a how mouth, rOM nnd
bOWtd to her. amlllng coillettlahly, with
.vldcnl Intent to hurt the feehnga of
f n I'ong nnd the other Hip Bin
The lady Bnlffed and turned away her
"Bit down," gnarled a policeman.
"Oh," apologized l.ce 1ml Yung With
n babyllke amlle of oniharraaamo,it.
"I thought lady wanted lo dentlfy m.-."
T e jury, In eplte of Implicit ordcra
by the Coroner to hold only Chin cjin .
I,u Wmy and Hung Kong, held ho
He.- I'll Yitnir and Bain Hong. The I WO
men whoe Innocence the Coroner fav
.... I wet., held in tin,(H) hall, and the
Otheri were held without ball.
Leong Bam nnd the demure Mlaa Pnw-
ra went hmk tn Pell atreet with a
guard of forty glowering warrlura In a
hollow aipiare about them.
YOUR . HAIR IS FLUFFY, BEAUTIFUL
AND LUSTROUS IN A FEW MOMENTS
(iirls! Get a M rent bottle of "Dnndcrinr" nnd try
thifi Also stops fulling lmir; destroys dandruff.
Your hair liocnmc liglit, wnvy. fluffy,
ahnndant anil appear a Maft, tuftroUN
anil licautiful n a young girl'a nflcr
a "Danderine hair clcnnae " Just try
thia moiatM n rlnlli willi n little
llanilrrinc anil carcfiillv ilraw il
tlirinigh your luiir, laking uric small
alrHtiil at n time. Tlii will fjfaimn the
hair of (luil, dlfl anil exccisivc oil and
in juat a few moment you have double. I
the I .en mi of your hair.
lleaiilc iH'autifying the hair at once.
Danilcrinc fllaatllaj every particle of
dandruff: clcnne., pnrifie nnd invij;
orntc the acalp, forever atnpping itch
ing anil falling hair.
Hut what will picnic you too. I will
he nftcr a few week' uc w hen you will
nclunlly cc new hair fine and downy
nt firat yea lint really new hair grow
ing nil over the sculp. If you care for
pretty, soft hnir and lot of it aurcly
get a tH cent bottle of KpjOWtton I
Danderine from any druggist or toilet
counter, nnd juat try it.
$ 1 .00 Monthly on SI 5 Worth
52.50 Weekly on $200 Worth
S12.50 Weekly on $1,000 Worth
Payable by the
Week or Month
on Any Amount
in Plain Figures
if you prefer
to Pay Cash
3-Piece Parlor Suite, $34.75
A vary high claaa aultr. Hlg. heavy mahogany
nnlah framea. with carving and wide panela and log
claw feet. Kino looBc-cuiililon aeata or beat anne
Parlor aultoa to ault everybody. Hlngle plocea too
fine Gas htaUtor
heavy nickel trim
m I nga, a o I o r a d
Jewelled llghta. H
ft. tuhliiK Included
Manila -'.' lnchea
floor Coverings or fall and Winter
18x36 In. "Reno" Rag Rukj 45c
Jox6) In. "Ouaker" Rig Rugs $1.20
7.0x9 ft. Ingrain Rugs $2.90
6x ft. Tapestry Rugs $7.75
6x'i ft. Smyrna Rugs $12 50
Linoleum In every grade from 40c
18 In. CortUmon Hall Runners 29k-
J7 in. Plain Green Napier Runners, yd U9c
Tapestry Carpets, all grades from 89c
Velvet Carpets, all grades from $1.23
"Roll-up" Vestibule Mats, 18x13 In 79-
Every kind of covering for every floor, hall,
stair, etc., in every home at every price.
No charge for measuring, sewing, linn:g
Vary Strong Iron Bad --Ha a
1-lticll brans top rail. with
hualia In ventre. The poata are
t'lnoh, and the fourteen filling
roda are Va-lnch. I'Mrmly Jnlntml.
Heal white enamel. All ai7.es
Heda In I. rasa. Iron nnd wood, and
bedroom furniture Iti every atyle.
n d Olothaa
Sliding Couch. $4.35
Makes a couch and a single or double
bed. Spring of the new "Lincoln" link fab
ric, guaranteed for to years. Mattress and
bolster in plain denim or figured cretonne.
Vry substantially made.
High claaa wnrk
iii a n a h I p : fine
oldan oak: 4 rt.
Wide, with bov-
lllad Plata inn
r o r . 1 J X 41)
ety of dlirng
notn furnlturo at
14-Inch dome wltn
green art-final pan
ela: loiig r r I a a ;
ytDatl in ii. a i
Lampa a', eve: v , . ,
Ideal ct.VL' foliiher, 17c
any, s a aped
trP. 24 X 24.
Solid ink, tub
Manual ami ruoniy.
Tim liovfllrd nilr-
tot, pfttttly M,,M....
nitMurM 'i x lo
Uf .lfH. OlhlTM 111
rveiy wood, Mnltfh.
m It- . i ' I price.
Made in our own factory
under perfect sanitary con
ditions. Costs no more
than the ordinary kinds.
S ft. Kxitenalon Table
42-lnch top. uuartereil
oak. welt pollBhed: note
hiaivy OoloniaJ Hc.roll
feel. Others In every
vurlety of wool, finish,
otjle and price.
GRILL READY FOR LAWS0N.
Ho Hum Toll f'lapp Committee of
i nmpalan Kapondti-irea.
WAtmtnrtoit, n t M, Wntn the
t'lapp . o nmltto m. .tlg.lt. ng uinpnlgn
expendlturea ra a aaomblai to-morrow
Thomia W. LkWiOBi Frank A. Mima, y
and (leorge H. CorSelyou will bo the
chief wltneaaea l,an-on to tell Of In
dlv.'dual expemllturea and Muna-y of
ituii Mooao oontributloni. jmi o.
Muffin of Detrrrit will alan tell of Mi'
lection of funla for the Taft campaign
Rimer Dover of Tnnoma. Waah,, tele
graphed Henatnr t'lapp to-day lint ho
would appear here Friday. Dover waa
aei rotary of tli IHo4 Iternibiican Na
t.onnl ('ommltt"e, and ucently l.tluied
before Henator lonea at Tacoma thai
diipllcato llata of the 1!04 eontHoutlons
were In atorage at Chicago. Dover did
not advlao Senator Cinpp to-day whetlier
he found the contribution account or no:.
Killed by Live Wlro.
Haoford Smith, twenty , Ijut years
old, of Babylon, waa instantly killed
yoateidny when hla body canie In oon
tact with an electric wlie carrying
2,30'J volta. Bmlth wan at work on ona
ot the Lama laland Lighting Company'
Oolai at lallp and had Juat remarked
that 'I. .re waa "Juice'' In tho
Hhvn lie I'ell over Jlf.-Ja
REALLY DOES" POT STOMACHS IN
ORDER AT ONCE RAPE'S DIAPEPSIH
Time It! In just five minutes there will be no Indi
gestion, Sourness, Heartburn, Gas or Dypcpsia.
Iloraoe laaiaa Doad.
AMSTERDAM, ft, Y., Oct. 16. Horace
Inm.in, aged aevenly-three, known aa
the father of the paper box Industry
and I'rooldont of the Inmar. Manufac
Iturlng Company of thla city, died to
day after an lllnesa of several month,
i lie wna known In manufacturing cen
tna throughout the world.
Dosnmefooils yon eat hit back fasle
good, hut work badly I ferment IntOftub'
born lump, and c.une a sick, sour gassy
atomnrh: Now Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeplic,
jol this down, Tape's Diapcpstn digests
everything, leaving nothing to sour and
upset you. No difference how liadl.v
your stomach is disordered, )4M get
happy relief in five minutes, bit! whnt
pleases you most is that it strengthens
and regulales your stomach so you can
eat your fnvnrile foods without fear.
Most remedies give you relief sonic,
limes they are alow, lint not :ro
Dinpepsin is quirk, positive and put
your atomnrh in n healthy conditloojofia
the misery won't come back.
You feel different in soon as Diapepaiq
comes in contact with (he stomach
distress just vnnishes your stomach
gets sweet, no gases, no belching, no
cruel nl ions of undigested food, your heir)
clears nnd you feel fine.
Put an cud to stomach trouble by
getting a Inrgc fifty-cent case of Pape'a
Diapcpsin from any drug store. You
realize in five minutes how needless it ia
to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia og
any atonacn disorder.
I2..'.uu . ad, ft. of a pair,
Completa Ktook of Baddlng,
baata, Bpraada, Pillow Caaea.
Blankata, Oomfortara In fact,
avrrvthlm: to put on a bad.
Blankata from 7Bo tn (15
fliiif'i and vorv
" i I m a (i .
iiui iron a) jv.'h
i ki I'm vary
pur post - olTlcft,
ll iiriirv, ''(Hlruuiu
in. ImmMIiiic '!
Comfortara from 90o i
lao Towels. Table Cloth
Napkin. Polllaa, Oantn
riccea, etc . In greut vain ly
Will urn loll
li e nanda. pol si,
I nut inside and
o in o a through
I- c In.tlum by
troill oall frame Note
ni .;. tin is m. I rut lb i aide
laVlton liallier of ir,,, oualltv
Thla In una of a wore of pat-
lyrn, doaaii ..r on. h, bouahl to
cloae out n large factory' atoclia,
in band m u Sf aavlng.
121st S ,eet
ll-Hece Set, 69c
liread Una. Tea, C.iftee.
Hug ir and I' 'lour Can: tor
and six small Men e Canister;
blavk japanned llntah, jBvary
thing for kitchen and pantry.
. y 1 I n d o r
rn datuiie '.
liar of all
fto'.hinq but good goods, right p ices
and fair treatment can keep custom
ers ccHxj back year after year.
We , ,.u in our lObih year.
1 ill ' '
rs .Sr til
III v.. TO VT m?!TErw7YTSly ) M
lirin; The Mtxltrn Adventure!, of Omar Knavvnm, the (ire:u Persian VKy
yy. wfa&ffidzk I'h.li-iBntihrr urhnat Pnrfrv on tha Juv of Life made his Fame Eternal. vffi&j-ss2. S
em kv i aTaW'sajuij 'T. i i . . n.'i: i hi i fimm
Stnn.la 1 1 InetlM high
I laa i t.lnjoh mirror. Very
graceful and useful, na
"eii as ornamental, ah
ort of brlc-a-l.rm. v.uiea
Being The Modern Adventunra of Omar Kha7m, the Great Persian
Philosopher, whose Poetry on the Joy ot Life made his Fanie tcmal.
Omar Puts the Suffragettes Hep
The Morning Glories, Angel Shapes and Squabs
Along Broadway colledted into Mobs
And held a Suffrage Meeting. "Down with Men!"
They hollered, "Give Us Suffragettes their Jobs!
Upon the Platform Omar climbed and Spoke,
"Say, 'Suffs', if Men were out of Jobs and Broke,'
"Who'd buy your Lobster Suppers? You'd be Stung!"
"And men will still retain THE RIGHT to Smoke."
OMAR, the new Turkish blend cigarette
of exceptional quality "The Joy of Life."
f Open Saturday Eveninqs
LOWPERTHWAIT & SONS