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Til EVENING! WORLD, THURSDAY, 00T0B1R 17, 1913.
Affidavit of Rose
Introduced at Trial
Meowing t MM arlMevlt signed by
Roes at the home of Marry i-
be H In M1tllK after the rnur-
oer of Herman Rosenthal, which i
to-day as mldenoe at the
trial nl MM request of B.ter-s
', "TB about the mon'h of robruary.
Hit, Roeenthsl BBS v..ry hnrd up and
tnlg rae ha aouM be ii:spueawsel unless
he eould rail' noma i.mn-y Tha fol
losrtag da) 1 gave him uxl from
lima to time from that date up to tha
tlass of the esse utlun of a chattel mort
fsge. herelnnfter iaHaa to. 1 ad
vanced him, iBStBelBg the J0 alwve
referred to, eetweea It. 000 ami 1.1,000
"OB one WWII OB I paid him MOO.
Tha other payment! were smaller In
mount. Roam thal' MMafflMM with
ana waa to pay mo II nor rant, of thai
proats aoon aa ha got hie business
started again. At thai time he waa nt
running, bat had tha place equipped
ani ready lot business. Motr.u time
later Itoaanthal said ha would require
II.IM mora. Ha mat asked fur U.r.oo.
but I rot him down to 11,500. He knew
I did not have the money, lut I told him
t would try tu ralae It.
AV HE ARK ED POLLOK FOR
1 than went to my frlanl, Harry I'ol
log. who Uvea at Rlveralda Drive and
Ob Hundred and Klfty-scventh street,
ana asked htm to lend mp the money.
I aaw Pollok at hli ofltca In the Flat
Iras Building He u ivleed airalnat It
on tha (round that my pervloua euerl
eaeea with Rosenthal had alwayi endad
badly for ma. Ha aald: 'You will loae
"t on my agreeing tu he reanonal
bla to Pollok. ha agreed in let irre hav
It, but advised ma to km aarurlty for
It I than went to aee Mr. Hlbbard,
In tha St. Paul building, and aaked him
If tha loan and ehattal mortgsgr on
fvnlture could be arranged throuiih
aoon a third person. I explained that
that war outstanding; Judgements
IWI--1 me and that 1 did not think
ROB en thai would give ma the chattel
mortgage on furnltura.
"I esplalned to Rosenthal that I
cauld not ralae the money , but knew
where ha could ralae It on a chattel
mortgage and aaked Rosenthal to go
jlown to aaa Hlbbard. I then paid tha
Money to Hlbbard. I never aaw the
chattel mortgage I waa not preaont
when It waa slTned ROaWMkaJ told me
that ha isielved til money in. in n.o
bard. "I think It waa within a week of the
giving of the mortgage that the place
at No. 104 Waal rortv-flfth street
opened for business and run for sev
eral wks It war th n raldrd ami MM
out of business. I saw the raid from
across the stint, i waa standing on
the street with Rosenthal llefore thla
raid he told ma he BBBM not allow me
IS per rent, ami agreed he would give
mo 10 per rant,
AYS ROSENTHAL PAID BACK
$1,400 OF LOAN.
"During the time the place waa run
ning and acta to the raid, ha paid me
back over 11,400. He did not know
that I had advanced the II, too covered
by the rimttr'l mortgage. i
"After tha raid ha aald ha woald
break Beokar for railing him. Ma
aald: til do to hint what I did to
Ood7 a ad Murphy Ma save
olelmea to roe or la say preeanoe
that ha gave any money to Backer,
aor did aaa one ever rag rest that
any puymant waa made to Barker.
I never said to Boar n thai that I
uad any Influence with Beaker.
"Backer had ao Intareat la thla
or any other gambling hoaao to my
iioser.tnai, nowever, got very anarv
THREE BIQ BERLIN BANKS
SHY AT OH. MONOPOLY.
Think (iovernmcnt Scheme Would
(jive Advantage to the
BIORl.tN. Oct. 17.-rear that the pro
posed petroleum monopoly under tha aus
ploea of the German Government la a
ona alded aiiangchi.nl, unduly favoring
the Kent-. -lie Itsnk, was tha rauss of
their refusal to enlar tha syndicate, ac
cording lo a stai. nent authorized by tha
liresdner IJank, the IJIscunto Oesell
nhatt and tha Ulelchruedtr Bank to
day. The three banks declare It to be untrue
that their rafnaal waa Iriaplrad by their
relatione with the Utanlerd Oil Com
pany. They say they ofterod to cancal
their contracts with that concern and
to enter tha monopoly company, with
drawing only whin the ayndlrato re
fused to give tha nacesiary guarantees
for equality of treatment.
AI.MAMaO FOR TO DAY.
BBS ,lae.. tMfUpUMIM "U-
H.an tvacer. Wati-r
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Fl rid (lAltMtaa
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" ?J ' ' ... .1 " . .p"rM Aswrlka. llaB.li.ltf. C. P. TIrt,
. om.ii won mm. Bil l I loin IHDIlsnl .a (nmar. Iliire.
to astlsfy the mnrtsage. few days I Adriatic LKrMool
. u - . i - -- - - v. mm . .! v.iffBnta. Ilafwia.
..... ..... . ...no ii".n, ir ne goi WMantaliL Inaaua Uadlaen
the mortgaRo aatlaned. He aald Yes.' . nr. Binfoerat. Bresiee. Hjaathaa. ArtaaUsa
I asiu 'Heii. i n ten you now that It
waa my mousy." We never spoke nfter
that to each othsr.
"Itoaanthal never msde any charge
against llecker, except that he wouldn't
1st anybody raid htm end get sway
"At the present time 1 am sick, but
I have read the foregoing and ruliy un
"Wever at any time did X pay or
suggest the payment of any money
to XMBt. Backer, aor did ho over
aaggeat any payment to aim. Any
chaxgn of that eort la abaolntely
"Rosenthal never aald to me that there
aaa any telephone ronversatlon In lllb
bavrd'a office with llecker.
This affidavit waa ntteated by Itlihard
Q. Harter, N. P. When ltom wna on
the wltneaa stand he admitted having
made thla affidavit, out swore It wua
untrue and that It was made to aid
Beaker, who wai Just then coming
WORKERS OF CITY
Model BuiMHlf Is Gift to the
Siffhlless of Miss Bourne and
The 1107.000 fireproof building at o.
311 ICaat Thirty-fifth at. ret. given by
Mil! Emily llowland Bourne to tha Now
York Association for the Blind, was
dedicated yiii. lay afternoon.
The bni . 1 'n ,, known aa the Bourne
Workshop, la four stories high, and Is
used aa a model workihop for blind men
who make brooms and rano chalre, and
are self-supporting. The eesoolatlon
purposes to make the building a sort
of experiment station, where different
tradea may be tread for tba bHad. The
workers live at their homes but take
their luncheons In the building.
Yesterday the work of broom making
waa going on on one floor and chair
canine on another, while a claaa of 'hoys
did basketry work In ths main offices.
There Is a large dining room, a kitch
en, a games and reading room and on
the roof a recreation garden. In the
basement are shower hatha
Mlna Emily Bourne, the donor of the
building, Is much Intereetad In better
ment work. She has given a library to
her home town. New Bedford, Mass.
On the platform yesterday were
Bishop (Ireer. who offrred the opening
pityer; RahM reon J. Magne. wt-.o
read a prului. Ilorough President Mo
Ancny, who spoke of tho examm a
In koimI cltltsnslilp slvn by Miss
Bourne In prsentln ti.e bulldl'ig ami
by Mlaa Winifred Holt In founding
the aeaoclatiun; Kben I'. Morford. Bu
prrtntenilent of the llrnokltn Itnlux
tilal Home for Blind Mem l.uelus K.
Basra, who presented Bg building In
or half of Mlsa D .. .,. HartMrl I
Hull wh() accepted It Ml behalf
of the association; Miss Holt, Mon
algnor M J. I.avelle. who pronounced
, He- benediction, and (loorge Haven
I'uiram, who presided.
William Resnlkoff sang "Lead. Kind
ly Light snd thr- guests Joined In
s:nr;lng "America" when the spooking
r .ia over. Miss Holt said In her ad
dress: Work Isn't enough for our aaaocla
tlon to ofTer We must seek to do good
work, to control the market for our
wares on account nf their excellence,
not because they appeal to the eye nf
pity. It must be a laboratory in which
to develop Idsaa, In which to And new
and protltab)e occupations for the
blind, to test many and to hold fsst
to that which Is good. We are thnnk-
ful that great generosity has given us
this l.nml and this bul'.dlnR free of debt.
hut cur l.lg'ithnuse. 'he hes -t of the
wo i '.. of Whits' th!! Is the rlshl arm.
Is heavily mortgaged, and money l
writ needed for the buildlni, aiM foi
i" i n n I njr ej snoeg,
"We trutt Mlaa ftoiirne's lumlnitis
tdUIMglf Will tounh some friend to help
lis, ii a ahe has. where help Is so mueh
needed My tongue Is unused to tlnnlis
for such grsit generosity ss Miss
Ilourne's, but evry brlek In this bulld
IritT trstlhss to hef sympathy, wisdom
Isn t 'What la eseellent as (led
lives Is p'rmonent.' "
Oen Kdwnrd f. Jones of Blnghsm
ton. N. Y snd Ilsnrv I'hlppa wore In
the throng at the exercises.
HAIR WOMAN'S CHARM
Ttw mtrl.a for t.i nniim'i raeea am u f illnwa:
Pwat Baca. Two-jear-oli malik-na. laime BO0;
-Mot; all ruri.siav 'Balxl ll, uft; llttli man
ley, KSl; Mntiawk Hot. lot; freak lludeun. 10S.
'U Halnralla. 10ft; Aatute. 106; Mary Ann K
10T; euabbeeaaa, 111; Irljolee. HI; IkSn. 1U0;
aaooaid Maae. Twa reaicilila; puree $11011; mil
lag; n.a sail usr-half tu l.ms. laranl. luB;
viar anrait, ion; stasAUa. 1IU: saliallar. 11.1; la
luB; latent. 11S4 . Matue L . 110
ll; t'inlW K.
(Continued frees Baooad Page )
'-iilila aii'l tiDiril: laalil
amiooH. tit fiiriniip Jim
IUT; llenaUlrUlia. 1 In. nil
114, Irenr iiuuim..l 107
ijon i until nil, Mipr
la New York In an Insurance case, that
you wsnt to Newport, lived In the beat
hotel, met the bast people and when the
scandal had blown over, you had gone
baafc to New York and that the pollua
vera roasted for not finding youT A.
Q. Did you hoar Berghali say, 'Why
(Md you kill Rosenthal; he was a good
frelow'T A. No, but 1 did hear Berghali
aay. 'Why did they kill Rosenthal r
Mr. Mart then demanded the right to
ask further questions, which were not
th tho number permitted by the State.
Justice OosT declined to permit the de
fease to ask additional questions at
COURT PAVH TH WAY TO
Whan tho lswyers had apparently
finished with Sobepps Justice QotT ad
dress ad Mr. Hart and said that Is the
defense could verify the testimony taken
by the Hot llprlnga. Ark., commisalon
tha Court would permit ths defense to
open this commission and examine
M-hsppa In aa effort to show that the
art uveas had contradicted hlmaeir in his
taalllBfinr it lbs pressnt trial. Mr.
Hart aald It would take some little time
to compare ths two records, but h
IllllOhl he could verify the records of
the commission. Permission waa then
granted to open the Hot 8prlngs tsitl
Ttaaal Usea. -'fliraeiaer
SlttJ. I(h; TrWoo.
beet ltd; ksMokat
Judaa WalM. IU7
ftaUoe, 110; ar 101; HutUe guau
lltl: Hallyhsck. lTo. Ketuaed t)W 114.
.Jraorth Base.- Beesltr raea; konM alarUn
kblaa ICoaaaal. Boee Qaem; two uoinn niiati
Thus R. Mr A. It. lair: feotmiuirn. Ki.nl
A. dean, Abaei Ralsaa. an.) tvn autisniiMlia.
KXHh Baca. TlmriwMi .ml mm.nl uM
nut; puna eoOU- all furl 'Aiw,, m,I D,
Malasiii.-. Pi black Kent. 107; -iiin.iit. IUT;
Maw Bliar, fat. Tlok Tark. U4: laidr H7I1II. tot.
rdlff. luf . BOOle llranei. I0f l.llUe IbmB
110; 'HodkUi. 101; Haslet 1114; Hand Miiniilna
10T: Claanulin. KV.
NliNi Bsra eV.JH.ve. miaaa SOOO; 00a mile
Baiinraaf Use. M; Clirjirle. IMl 4WM,
114: lley, ST; nDloael lVk. 1111. I'snluer. ion.
Beemtti Baee. Ttirae-ieer-elU. and upamnl
aaittag: lau-w IMo, nnr aod one alataealli nsle.
'Br. 103. "Lia-d fr.-ll.. 110. Kred UulleJI.i..!
Ill; t Buster. 10T: Kilt.llti 111); teirtrw. e
111: (ITS 1(S: Rfaill Haad. 111. rtidan. "no
Anpranora eikeeaaee .lalaaad; ui k fast.
Style Notes ftg Madame Louise
THE BEST PROOF that you are
wearing comfortable shoes is when
you are not conscious of wearing
any. That is the essence of shoe
EXPERT CRAFTSMEN give Queen
Quality Shoes audi auppltneas of sole, such
perfect fit in vamp and uppers, that you
can forget that you are wearing them.
SOT ONLY do the best materials go into
their making, but the very environment,
X'pment and personnel of the factory
re they are made suggest high grade
YOU CAN DISMISS the matter of style
from your mind when buying Queen Qual
ity Shoes, for that is taken care of by the
most expert shoe designers. Prices range
$3.60 to $5.00 per pair a few at $6.00.
QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
32 West 34th Street
rtuelns th. neevlojua examination of
SJobeppa Juatloe Ooff had ruled out ths
hale of evidence obtained In Arksnsas
by atr. Hart at oonalderjbls exponas.
BADE TRACK. Ljtt'hfX. Mil Oat IT
if a disease o( nutrition resultin,; in
(loess sugar in the blood, failure ul
food to nourish and fleeu-wa1ing
though the appetite tie good. Excess
erine. hollow eyas, drawn pinched
ston, sickening wecusb odor
kin are aymptoma
arner s Safe
reiievea attacks ol this diecaae nud
restore, normal nutrition
g. John Keckendnrf, 1711 South
St.. Phitadrlphia, Pa., writes: "1
had diabetes and began usiug your
wonderful Dial etc lleraedy. I took
9 bottles and wsa pronounced cured
by my doctor. It U a blessing."
ran aa nuoiii an
KACU KUK A I'URPOSlf
1 Hldnsy and l iver Beiaedr
S Blieuinalle keiuedr
S Diabetes Beiaedr
4 Asthma tiiiin'i
VUJ ai Akk UHUI.UI313
1 Write for a froo .ample giving tin'
IsMBtber ol remedy deelrcd to
RUTBSf's Bare Bemedlea Co.,
pf. sit. Rechsstsr, N. .
is a frequent cause of many human aches
But people seldom lay the blame where it belongs until troubles
multiply and the
doctor says "quit coffee"
The coffee drinker who is annoyed by headache, nervousness, indigestion, heart
palpitation, biliousness or lack of sleep, can prove to a certainty whether coffee is the
cause by itopping it ten days and using
This healthful beverage, made entirely of
choice Northern wheat and the juice of Southern
sugar-cane, tastes much like coffee but contains no
caffeine, the habit-forming, health-destroying drug
in both tea and coffee.
Everyone can drink Postum with fullest
Thousands of former tea and coffee drinkers
have found it a means of regaining health and in
creasing their comfort.
i "There's a Reason"
FtoetJim Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
Tea and toffee.
She iiiffercd from nervousness by day
and aleeplessneai by night.
"Up to time years ago." writes a
young woman, "1 wan in the habit of
drinking rnffte freely and did not realise
that it waa injuring my health," (tea
contains caffeine the ssmr drug found
In coffee) "till I was suddruly made the
virtim of nervous headache so violent
that I was compelled to give up house
hold art ivitlen and stay in bed much nf
the time. Then imiomnia came upon
me ami the wretchedness of sleepless
nigl ls was added to the ngony of painful
"This lanted till a veer ago, when 1
as persuaded by a friend to give up
ooffn- entirely end me Postura. The re
eult Was, iu leaa thsn a week 1 began to
feel the rliunite for the hetler, my nerves
mt stronger snd 1 began lo aleep nights.
Ilav by day the improvement continued
and in a short time I wsa restored lo
health. My liradaehre left mc, the
nrrv outness pasted sway entirely, aud 1
rninv good, eound sleep at night.
f HI I what I owe to Postum, and 1
feel it but right lo tell you of it." Name
given by Poatum Co., (tattle Creek,
if Ml, Need the little bouk. "The llosu
to Y eUviUa," la pkgs.
TUB WORK 01 TItK.
(IVim III" C 'rim Remrt-nVrald.l
"Ten years pgr" he eomplantil. "I
aaa denounced as a dsngsmue radloal.
Now they are referring to me aa a re
"You ought to rive ns tie haWt o'
changing ynur oplnlois."
"But. confounJ It, 1 -haven't chsnged
The Harder Task.
tfYnai tlie Atrhlnann Ulabt, '
It doee not take much I .:lo of
fense, but how It does have to be plied
on to make a compliment a sue cage.
DON'T HAVE III, FADED, GRAY HAIR
A Simple Remedy lienutifies
unci Darkens the flnir,
Whit a pity It is to see io mnny
people with thin, wispy hair, faded or
atreakol with gray, and realise that
most at these people might hare soft,
glossy, abundant hair of beautiful color
ami lustre If they would but use the
pmtiee treatment. There is no neces
sity for gray hair under auty-five years
of sge, and there Is no eicuae for any
one, young or old, having thin, strag
gling hair, either full of dandruff or
heavy and rank, smelling with exces
TM ran bring back the natural
nf vour hair in few days and ft
rid yourself nf any dandruff and I
hairs, anil nnike your hair grow ttroanj
and h-auliful by using Wyeths 3aefe
and Sulphur llslr Kemrdy. Por geoa
ationa common garden S-ige ha been
used for restoring aid preserriag the
color of the balr; and Sulphur is reeof
nited by Scalp Sperinlitts as beiag
exrellent for treatment of hair ana
If you are troubled with dandraft
or itching scalp, or if your half la
losing its color or coming out, get S
fifty cent bottle of Wyetb s Sage and
Sulphur from your druggist, aod notice
the improvement in the appearance gf
vour hair after a few days' treatment.
It makes little difference what you need a World Want will go get H
A convenient Tray
for salad dressing.
aa to length.
8(so (closed) 10 In.
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THE new McAlpin Hotel is not only
to be the largest Hotel in New York
but the most magnificently appointed.
There is a direct connection between that
and the fact that we are to supply all the
Silver Plated ware for its table service.
All over the United States, from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, leading Hotels will
be found equipped with our silver-plated
It is the finest as to quality and the most
reasonable as to price that can be purchased,
owing to the unexampled scale upon which
our business is conducted.
And this applies equally to our Silver
Plated Ware in general.
The most modest householders as well
as the largest Hotel proprietors will find it
to their advantage to pay us a visit
The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY, SUCCESSOR)
49-51 West 34th Street, Through to 68-70 West 35th Street, New York
Call and Make Your Own Terms
Oar Tsesas AeeJr ta Mew geek. Xew Jersey. Long Ialaa4. Connecticut.
Beit Credit System One Low Price cash or Credit
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
Our 1912 Catalog
We Pay Freight
3 Rooms Ar5SS
tor $1.00 Weekly
I 34.75 11 11 I
B-rieee Parlor Halle. mnliuiin flaUhed, rarveil frames,
uuhslatered In nliiahi like enti value ano
........ . limb eiiA no inn nu 9M a a ao
at $49.98 ZZZZZ WtJ Oe7 AVtJ
k-'lli lllolli ll
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7511-752 8th Ave.. Cor. 46th St. ffiBy,fa
Madame Nordica's Bath Powder
For Reduction of Weight
No dieting, is required there is no fatiguing treatment, and nothing
to take internally simply shake one of theue liarmUst powders into
your regular daily bath.
WHAT MADAMS NORDIC A SAYSi
'The treatment reduces you gradully but surely without leaving
the usual drawn, haggard appearance about the neck and face and
without any sense of fatigue, lassitude or loss of strength. I find
the Bath Powder has a remarkable effect upon the skin, removing all
rotighacaa, leaving It smooth, c!ear and soft as velvet."
Twenty-lour packages (.sufficient for ordinary cases) cost $10, and
will be delivered prepaid upon receipt of price Orders now received.
MADAME NORDICA'S COMPANY. 8 West 9th St., New York
The difficulty with most
Suits and Overcoats that are
sold to Young Men is that
they are nothing more nor
less than small sized men's
garments and require ex
cessive alterations for even
a doubtful fit. Ours are
made especially for young
tioned, close - conforming
garments, tailored to fit
properly, selected to please
and priced unusually low.
$10 $12 $15
Young Men's Suits, Ready-to-Wear
T9 BROADWAY, near Cliantbeis St.
7 COHTLANDT ST.. near Greenwich. lftstl, STRKKT, at Sci A.
UNION SQUARE, Uth Street, West of Broauway.
MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT vni I MPcrv
A WORLD "WANT" AD. WILL QO AND OBt It,