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THE EViiJIIKO WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912,
whole of Ike Tor1rth tKr ra
tting In Bump iput from the r-
of Adrlanople, Halonlkl, Hon
Janlna. Scutari and few other
irMt army mi under the nr-
Cflmmuid of Xaelm Ph. Mln-
Mptar of War ai
ra wu mum
tad by aome of the moat
Tmrktoh General serving in tha
at the praaent momant.
Th. fight opened wlih tha dlacovery I i., i, u. v IV. 2
U. Turk, of a number of Bulgarian I UtSLTZA
tavalry acout. Tha Turka drew a directly .., that all the Power! can do
Mr outpost and these wore cloaely la to prepare to look after their own In
tollowad oy line of Bulgarian iklr-1 tercata whan tha war li war.
BalaO who wer aucceedad by tha
Mate Bulgarian army In fighting fur.
1J battle which waa daatlnad to
Ml aavaraJ dara end result In tha
afBBI of tha Turka waa aooa In prog
Naa all alone tha Una.
Tls Bulgarian troopa repeatedly de
ttrarad fierce attack., aometlmaa at
a point, aometlmej nt another, alone
ka Turkish, lino extending from Lula
Bursas to Sarnl
Tha Turklah troopa nffared a stub
born and deaparat toalaUnca. but
war unabla to withstand tha onslaught
of tha liapatuoua Hungarians and finally
t hay turnad and Had In great dlaordar
toward Tchorlu. In tha Houtli.
Tha Haaaa of fca Ottoman army ara
tmtmH ta kra kaaa anormoma la
daad, womavdad and prlaonara, aa wall
aa amaaaalUoa and other aappllae.
Tua capture of a third Turklah
military train near Lula Burgaa ba
fara tha battle waa an Immanaa ad
vantage to tha Bulgarian, aa It fur
atahod tham with mora faollltlai for
tha transport of their troopa and aup-
Claa to tha dlatrlct whtra the fighting
Taa Bulgarian capMal waa glyan
aver as a carnival of re)olalng to
day. Tha people believed the war
With Turkey practically over. Tha
anaaarr dM not underatand the dan-
far of Interference by the powera
and aaaumed that tha whole of Ku
ropean Turkey will be divided up
among tha Balkan alllea Immediately.
. -Tha only dopraaalng feature wai the
Barfs of enormous loaaea at tha front
and tha arrival of a continual itream
of wounded. They came by thousand.
Tha hoopltala ware quickly overflowed,
pUbtto building ware preaaod into aar
vtce and private houaea were being
thrown open for boapKal purposes
There were not enough doctor, modi, al
aupphea ware ezhauatod and praotkally
the whole of Uie feminine population
waa volunteering aa nuraai.
Aa tha coat of the BokaaHan victory
to bo more fully appreciated an
ther wkV be a raaotton from
tha out buret of joy wibaoh prevallad to
day. Thua tar, however, there have
aaatt aw wkraa of one.
Tho Bulgarian troopa to-day occupied
tha Turklah town of Demotlca. thua
ooagptelely.outtlng off tha poaalblllty
of communication between Adrlanople
Th- Tarkiati oruiaer Hamldlah dla-
charged nine ehelle yeaterday at the
nwathouaa waa damaged The Bulgarian
itT-ba-," ?bulSr utvod - twoToreo , ,e .tern o
5Lt?2SS!, " a,VO'U,1ithe Turklah vearwl. which l..n to ...
GEN. SAVOFF ACCLAIMED
: GREAT HERO IN ROUT
OF TURKISH ARMY.
OaTIA, NaT. L-Oan. Bavoff, who led
tha Bulgarian In the rout of tha Turk
at Lola Buaaj 1 tha hero of th hour
Hla popularity aeema oven
than Caar Ferdinand'. Pic-
tura of bun have been posted every
where aad cheering crowd aurround
The Turka did not retreat from Lule
Bargaa, It waa aald, but fled pellmell.
Thouaanda of them were captured and
thouaanda mora a hot and cut down aa
they ran. An enormous quantity of
waa, ammunition and atorei fell Into
tha Bulgarian' hand.
It porta of th death or capture of
Naalm Paaha, tha Turklah War Uln
attar, who commanded the Hultan'i
troopa, had not been confirmed, hut tha
people her accepted them aa true lim
ply baoauae they preferred to believe
CHRISTIANS IN PERIL
AT MANY OTHER PLACES.
UONDON, Nov. t Foreigner In Con
ataatlnople are fearful for the safety or
th christian population of th Turk
lah town and the Kuropoan powers
have taksu step already In this coniifc
tlon by the despstch of warships to
Halonlkl. Constantinople and other Turk
ish porta for tha protection of their
nationals This Is the most pressing
question of the moment. One correspon
dent in t'onstanlnople voices the fear of
Kurcpeans in that city that the Turkiah
retreat from Tchatalja might result In
massacres and image by what 1 no
longer an army but a moh.
;;Old reaideuta of Constantinople, who
know the Turka thoroughly ami are not
tbcllned to lake an alarmist attitude,
ssvjr the foreign warships could afford
pom protection at Halonlkl, C'onstantl
op e and other port, tiut the widely
scattered missions and Chllatlun popu-
lotion! In their opinion are already sell-
The Bulgarian troops who have
shsen Audi iluih sin,... i I ..
Uf the campaign are not Ukalv m,i.
the Turks much time to reorganise. Wyckoff. and John N. ltoolh. and Un
it I true they have hundreds of dead ' mf-dlatel after his arrival lit hla heme
and wounded, both Turka and Hulgorl- 1 Issued a typewritten statement gg puh
ana lo dispose of, and thla must, ac- Ileal ion. Th siatemeiit run:
oordlng to military expi rts, delay them I -To in friends, the public generally:
TS't . hsd however, similar , ave returned home, shocked and l,u-
UnlcultlBS to contend ugulnst after I ... . . , ,
.rirh.Kili...i, ,i .i imillal.d heyond cxpiesslon over the re-
but thr was not much lull in th
New comes to-day of the Rulgurluns'
occupation nf Demotlca. thus placing
aartl wedge between Adrlanople ami
any remaining hope that the garriaon
of that city may have had of deliv-
Other parta of the line of Invaders
ens pulling tin ins. i vt a together for
aJSOther aprlng which they hope will
ally and definitely put an end to
TartU h rule In Flurope.
file Servians having completed the
Occupation of Macedonia are establish-
civil aomimstraiions more ani re-
doe some of their troops to go to
stance of their allien al Adrla-
nle and .or an attack on Halonlkl
ha (alter place armiea are converging
from three directions.
Th Greeks, too. are takiu;: the often
alve on the ea and having occupied in
tha Aegean s.-.i some Turkish Islands
OOnraolenlly located for an attack have
put out of commission a Turkish win
ttaioned t naioniai by torpeiioing
during tho night. She was not of
1 great ra.ro hut tn (Jraelra rrnsires1 ft
hattar to alnk her than to loava her fro
to do whatever Utile damafe aha might
Notl in- naw hu been heaM from the
region of Scutari eneerit a report that
the powder mngar.tnc In Tnrakoach haa
I heeti destroy! by Montenegrin hetls.
, Having lerlrt-i1 to take atepa to PrO
text their national tho Kumpean Posr-
re are keeping In teMh with a view to
anin in concert wti'n the opportune
MEDIA TION APPEA L.
VIKVXA, Austria, Nov. l.-Negrrtla-tlons
am in prog: ess hetween represen
tative o.' Hiilgarla, Hervln, Montenegro
aassi uroece witn a flea to reaching an I
agreement In regard to their dernanda I
from Turkey ,,t the coticlualon of hoa-
Ullllea according to the Neue Frele
Aa It la the Intention of the four Hai
tian ihteg to take joint action In thla
leaped the alllea iuld nrefor lo enter
Into direct n.l Immediate neiroilatloiia
with Turkey, hut II la underatood that
the Ottoman Qot-ernineiit retuaea to aa
rcpt thla piopoaltlon and will In all
probability appeal to the European
l'owera for mediation. It la uncertain,
however, whether the Balkan State
would tolerate any Intervention.
HBItMN, Nor. L-The Kuropean Oov
ommeota HMa) not yet aTred whether
to Intervene In the Balkan war or to
offer iiie.ii.nion at tha praaont moment
or after Uie oicneotod battle at Tchtal.la,
tewnty-1ve tnllee from ?onatant..n p e.
They haw. however, dexvlded not to wait
for Turkey to take tho Initiative In ,i su
ing for medlatlun.
The mnriUtig of trie Fhn-opean Am
taaaadura at Conat TntUioph. loat evening
dleoitaae l eiulualvely tue mejjiun i to he
taken for tho piuvantlon uf poaalbla
The Mirioua echeme for the 1l1alfin
of Turklah territory ..m : the Il;ulkun
allies, whliih have been puMlafaisI, ure
de. ...u.-l hy MM Herman Kornlgn OfBog
to he baaed a'holly on Muaee work, aa rio
negotlaitluiia on tlw aubject have yet
SI NK BY THE GREEKS.
ATHENS, Greece, Nov. 1 The Turk
lah hut tit ship Keth-l-itulend wna aunk
during last night In the tlulf of nalo
nlkl by aUreek torpedo-boat.
The Uraek commander's during enter
prise waa carried out under the guna
of the Turklah rort without being ob
served and the torpedo-hoat escaped un
aca t hed.
CONBTANTINOPbK, Nov. 1 The
alnklng of the Turkish battleship Keth-I-ltulend
by a Qreak torpelo-boat In tha
Gulf of Halonlkl la confirmed In a de
spatch from Halonlkl. The warship sank
In five minute. Part of the crew was
on shore ut th time an that th num
ber of live lost la not known.
Th romitruurder of the FeUi-I-Tlulend
telegrapha that nearly all the crew of
Ho ri'iKirta tli.it
tha Greek turjxsdo boat entered ttie
harbor unexpectedly at midnight and
emmedtaitely. Tim commander, three
eng)lnera and four bluejackets war
thrown Into the water, where they war?
reeoued by flllnt boats. The hollers of
tha Ket.h-!-Buland exploded aa ahe sank.
The I'Vth-l-llulend saw active service
In the Dantilie under Hobart I'naha
during the Huaso-Turklsh war of 1K7H-U.
LONDON. Nov. 1. Renewed fiKhtlng
between Turka and Bulgarian within
aiaty miles of Constant. noplc waa re
ported to-day. It was believed the Hul
garlana were making deaper.ite efforts
to reach nd enter the Turklen capital
before th Power havo time to Inter
vene. GREEKS SEUE
ATIIKNH, Nov. 1. A Greek naval
force to-day occupied the Turkish lalanil
nf Samothrace, In the Aegean Hea. Ita
population number i utmui o.ouo, most
whom are Chrletlun.
IS BACK; SAYS HE WILL
Wyckott Issues Statement Beg
ging Seclusion Till He
William F Wyckoff. president Of the
Woodhaven Hunk. of Woodhaven,
Uueena county, returned to-day to hi
home on Clinton avenue, Jamaica, from
Raton Rouge, lav, where he waa when
the hank was closed hy the State Hank
ing Pipartmeirt mi T naday. He was
arrompanled hy his son. W. bo Hoy
port of occurences of the past few
seeks I am particularly grieved over
the closing of the Woodfeavan Hank,
which has been the pride not only of
myself but ii!i Of my family. I have large
resources and nave no doubt that lust
a anon as I can recover Mitfl lent assur
ance to mael the public i shiii be able
not inly to convince the It. inking lie
pertRVMl that tea hnk Is solvent, hut
also rep. ice nil criticised assets with
"1 wish to thank a majority of the
press tor the kindly manger in which
l hey have spoken of my ei Hons and
I I crave the Indulgent I for 01 Mel f and
) J family of being relieved from request
ior letorvivwa auq in rotor an inquirera
Id M"oo-' Theodore D Clerk and 1M
ward U l'ront of my Itrin. who w
frankly gplele. any facta which tin-
public hav H right to know or 'airly
Real Crow f Cough Drop
th lung uo col J i.. i: i 6c.
HE'D KILL CROPSEY,
Appellate Court Clerk Tells
Committee of Threat Made
After Officer's Dismissal.
syri 1 piic I'lPNIV t,Tf"ll?V
v ' 1 ' ' r:r lafBal O 1 KJI I
Patrolman Who Was Fired
Testifies He Was Offered
Job Back for $750.
Rnanured hy th member of the
Hoard of F.stlmat. Including Mayor
tlaynor, that It can call upon th city
treasury for tX.OOO additional to pursue
the police investigation, tba Curraa Al-
dermanlc Committee reaumed It labor
today, with the annouivcement that the
Inquiry will be vigorously pushed, now
that the extra money ta In night.
It was st an after-mldnlght meeting
of the Hoard of Estimate, to-day, on
the subject of the budget, that Chair
man Curran asked the Board for an
extra allowance of I-.,Chj for the com
mittee. The Hoard decreed that the
bttdff I could not properly contain th
Ham, but tho members pledged them
a. Ives to vote for an Issue of revenue
honda for the amount at any time.
Thla obviates tho necessity for tha
Aldrrmnnlc probers to go to the hostile
board of city fathers in quest of further
To-day' hearing began with th tak
ing of the testimony of Patrolman
tleorge F. Frey, after two fllow or-
Aeara, llrudy and Walah and a "Mr.
Green" had been roqueetad by Chief In-
qulaltor Huckner to leav th room.
while the witness wantMtlfying.
Frey Is oiis of the men who wn dis
missed by former Commissioner crop
sey for testifying In defsnse of Capt
Tappan, who was also dismissed by
Cropeey. Hrady and Walsh, who wars
exclude,! from the room, also spoke In
behalf of Tappan during th letter's
James J. ilrecn, aaslatant secretary to
Justice Ingi i ham of the Appellate Divis
ion, assistant clerk to that court and
an attorney-nt-law. testified that one of
three dismissed patrolmen declared In
hla presence that he would kill Commis
sioner Cropsey "If he was not rein
stated." Mr. Hucknar submitted the witness to
a gruei, nut. bringing out ths admission
that the witness, after working for re
instatement of the three policemen, sent
a demand for 5ou to each, written on
Appellate ldvlslon letter napor.
Commissioner Waldo ha sines rain
stated Tappan and the mon who were
witnesses for him.
WITNESS IS WARNED OF PER
JURY. Mr. Huckner Impressed upon Patrol
man Frey that so long as ho told
th truth "nothing wivuld happem to
him." Mr. Huckner Intimated that by
telling the truth Frey might be dis
missed from the police force. "Tha',
however, has Its legal aspect, and th
courts are now to pass upon severs!
such cases," added Mr. Buckncr.
Mr. Huckner sought to show that Oapt.
Tappan procured a Job for Frey after
the latter' dismissal from the force and
kept In friendly touch with Frey pend
ing the Captain's application for a new
The purpose of excluding "Mr. Green''
during Frcy'a testimony developed when
Mr. Huckner asked the wltnosa to tell
Iho story of his and Ofllrcr Brady' visit
to James J. Green, aecretary to Justice
Iliglaham of the Appellate Division.
' V, ' I know Mr. ' en. llrudy ssld
ho would write a letter for u that
would help lis on our application for
reinstatement, so we went to e Mr.
Green." explained the witness.
"Can you explain why you and Brady
went to the Appellate Division when
your cafe ror reinstatement waa prim
ing and talked with the Judgea aecrot
)y'."' aalted Mr. Huckner,
"We went to have him write a letter
to Commissioner Waldo," answered ttM
wl t lines.
Mr. Huckner again cautioned the wit
ness of the danger of perjury, adding:
"If we make out a caaii of penury here
g shall prosecute It."
The aitna calmly declared that tie
was tell'ng the truth.
WITNESSES HAVE BEEN SHAD
OWED BY DETECTIVES.
Huckner then prod ins d and read from
a report of the committees' detectives,
who, !t apPar, have been closely shad
owing witnesses. After again assuring
Frey that "no hnrm would come to
him if he told tin truth," Attorney
' NAM month, while riding In a
arogStOWn car from Intervale avenue,
did yott not discus with one of your
former soi-geants your dlamtasa! and re.
llMtaVtamanl and tall that sergeant, In
substance, that llrudy had nude a con
liaotllin with 'Jimmy' Oren and that
you were going to get
As the witness hesliatesl. Mr. Buckner
ald "He OMPafWi now
have not asked you
to wajve lot
m tin 1 1 y.
Witness Prey exciauneo: i am noi
her,, to OOMMtl Perjury' I did not tell
n soul that we hud mad a connection
an.l war going Id get n favorable court
Mr Huckner drew from the witness
,tlt secretury Oreen had Introduced
ilra.lv and Krey to Aaslstant Corpora
tion Counsel rane. wnii turn '
.!... ,1 the lo policemen lO
Corporation couneei urowoii m in
Mayor ollVc, VhO bus rhurge of (he
legal preparation of police appiloationt
for retnatetaRienl or retriui
"Dletl'l driH-n take ynu to e Crane
at ll ml six times?" asked Mr Ulnkmr
"1 went but once to see Crane."
"Didn't Qreen iwaar on the witness
stand In the Municipal Court that he
took you lo see Crane at leaat ylx
"I don't care what rireen testified
He did noi swear 1" tha truth. 1 didn't
think much Of Qreen, anyhow. I never
.. m jut wmxs.Mmnx
lot ths Hi.. lure of K. W. (JBOVg" t
Cola to tins Dmr. Curst unp u Tee Das.
Bulgarian Hero Who Crushed Turks;
War Proclamation Scene in Sofia
I isVfiSesM iVB sSyLlH sBSsbsbVI
paid him any money and he never asked I Sjy' 'H i ' ' I
To questions concerning a convena- J JsWdJ ' 'tsBs I
linn with former Inspector Hayes re- I P tSI Ml IAV a' afcei I
gardlng a "mean of getting back on I fewja , ifjUV w a m YV- ' e9 I
ttie fon-e," Irrespective of the courts, I WSk!M lisaT k! i st sffl J Jk-ejb HM I
the witness fell hack on the answer, "1 I I Xw' Jk ! t'w' sV- ssCj I
I jyhl '"'''"ftfcr TU I
ngth, are required here to 1 f&i&KsS fM ""vPfcaV.
answer If you cannot remember Just I bdss! 'I 5Bjm. f isasBrktsV I
adUsu a a BL i SSuWlmL' fsssssss! W JsssS I
This was a to the witness. I Ml fflil t JjrSBPj&S H J
"Did you a sum for 1 KniLsfllK9 H fj I
asked Mr. Buck- 1 B l"s?iBw BrB 1 I
a 1 1 Hkk. ';.wf stm 1 I
To questions concerning a conversa
tion with former Inspsctor Hayes re
garding a "mean of getting back on
tha force," Irreaperttv of the courts,
the witness fell back on tho answer, "1
do not remember."
Mr. Huckner Insisted on a positive
"Wltnes," Interjected Alderman
Smith, "you are not required her to
answer If you cannot remember Just
what happened. 1 advlaa you aa a
member of thla committee."
Thla wa a relief to the witness.
"Did you not pay a sum of money for
your reinstatement?" naked Mr. Huck
ner. "Not a rent," retorted the witness.
"Did you not tell a friend you paid
money to be reinstated, and that you
were then doing extra work in a garage
In order to pay back that money?"
I did not. I got no money for work
ing In that garage."
Further evidence that former chlnf
Flynn's sleuths had been "shadowing"
the wltnes cam when Mr. Buckner
mined Frey hy outlining to him hi re-
rent movement. The Inquisitor ob
tained admission from the witness that
he had talked with a man named O. W.
stokes, several police officers, visited a
Kurage, worked In a machine shop
owned by a man named Dlener and had
been active within a few day.- In
"rounding up friends."
Mr. Buckner wanted to know from the
witness the author of the remark, "If
these throe men (Brady, Walsh, Frey)
do not get back on the force, one of
thorn will kill Cropsey."
'I never heard such a thing," retorted
It appears that Oreen brought suit
arwlnst Frey. Walsh and Hrady for I'.w
for "legal service" In writing the letter
to Commissioner Waldo and Introducing
the witness. Walsh and Hrady to As
sistant 'orpora'lnn Counsel Crane.
It waa at the trial of that suit that
Green testified as to th threat o kill
Cropsey. Green aferward eettled his
ult for t&O.
Did you or Hrady of Walsh any that
elfher of you would kill Cropsey If yu
CM not get back on the force'."' asked
"Hure not." answered Frey.
Mr. Buckner wrote a name on a sl'p
of paper and handed It to the witness,
asking "Have you seen that man tvlth
1n a month?"
Yes," answered the witness. "T iat
man Is a skunk. I met him on the
hack nf u car and he told me that If
1 had come to see him he could have
had me reinstated for !.:.). I said to
him, 'Joe, 1 am berk on the force.'
He said, 'Well, I've got a real estate of
fice. Come over and see m.'
The witness was excused.
A PRISONER, SHE SAYS
SeanCM Ud to the Loss of Mr.
Walker's Afiections, His
Mis. Ad.ilalde Heimian, w ho Is fifty -eight
yenrs ohl. and her hun'jund. Harry,
who is two years her senior, were lior-
rifled to day when they learue I that lira
latupa Walkur had entered suit in the
Supremo Court ugalnat Mrs. Herman ter
ax.tsio for alienating Hie affection of her
htasband, I'elnr K. Walker.
ThO normal! are Spli'ltua'lsf and
hold aoances. Mr. Wa'lkeir leas Hieen
niaklitg his bORO with thorn alnc last
June, when he and Mia tVmlker aspi
rated. Mo auye In heir ciiiti.uhyt ihat
Mrs HOI man lias Ihih ' In her custody "
nnil nfuseit t pi rtnli iil.m to return to
his w-ife of make h h mie for her, ami
f'Xercleea a harmful inlluence rver him
Mm Walker le now uejaistln'g her staler, t
Mile. M Iairsen. a mll'lner at Broadway '
t and On Hundred and Seventh atreet
and lives with her.
Mr. Herman at his home to-day told
an Evening World re.jsirler that the
suit was an outrage and Mast even If It
were not there was no tS.nut) In hi
,'amlly treasury to pay the damage If
they weio grunted.
"No woman waa ever mote devoted to
a husliand," he aald, "than Mrs. Her
man Is devoted to me. The Walkers
wore both our friends and came here to
seances in little clrrh-s wo held here un
III last June. Thon thcro was some
trouble hatwaan them about which wo
know nothing, and he came to live hcie
and we saw nothing more Of her. Thai's
all there la to any such nonsense us
she makes the basis of this suit."
Friends of WnJker usserted that tho
trouble hetween too Walkers was not
due to the spirits or to his friendship
for Mrs. HlllBIIII but to disputes as to
tho sort of n apartment they should
rent. Any affection which Walker
might have for Mrs. Tlermna, It was
aald for him. was either spiritual or
rooted in gratitude for her teachlnss,
which tendisl lo take his mind off of
his domestic trouble.
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QUEEN VICTORIA OF SPAIN,
GRIP VICTIM, HAS RELAPSE.
MADRID. Nov. t Queen Victoria of
Spain, who hiB ben HunVrinK from tho
grift nil (Veil at Klru: Alf-.n.-, - hail a :
IftpM tn-1ay and was rompelled to take
t ) her bed.
Is a Constitutional Disease
It originates iu impure blood and
requires constitutional treatment, acting
through and parifying the blood, (or its
radical and permanent cure. The
greatest constitutional remedy is
In usual liquid form or in chocolated tab
lets known as Sarsatab. 100 doses II.
Nasal and othrr local forms of catarrh
are promptly relieved by Antisrplets or
Catarrlets. 50c, druggist or mail.
C. I. Hood Co.. Lowell, Man.
IN SECOND ATTEMPT
Judge Orders Him to Serve
Remaining Four Days for
Frederick Plneua, the thirty-year-old
son of the wealthy linen mvporter of
Hint nnime, failed to-dy In hi appeal
to Judge SWirat from the ten-day sen
tence imposed hy Magistrate Krotel
upon the complaint of a young woman
who alleged that he dragged her Into
Ids automobile at 2 o'clock in tho morn
ing and then Insulted her. Judge Hwanu
denied the young man's appeal and or
dered him sent back to the workhouse
to serve the remailnlng four days of hi
Thl wa appeal No. 3 for Flncu.
In the middle of hi term he appealed
to Judge Crane and waa released on
ball. After th appeal hod been ar
gued before Jistlge Crane and denied, a
second appeal wa taken before Judge
Saann. Former Aasnstat District-Attorney
Harold Pen-dug represented
young Plnkus. lis uisted eloquently
that his client had suffered sufficiently;
that he had been ridiculed In the news
papers and tout w suffering blt
teNy from re morse.
Lawyer i.'eniing made a point of the
fact that the appellant wxuld not have
necn sentenced to the Workhouse had
h not been Impudent and insulting to
Magistrate Krotel. The evidence of the
complaining wltnosa did not Justify so
severe a sentence. Mr. Denying excused
his client for his Impudence In court
on Uie ground 'hat he had been drink
ing. In denying the appeal Judge Swann
said that he could not find that Magis
trate Krotel had erred In his handling
of the case. He refused to consider
how much PlllOtta had already suffered
and ordered htm returned at once to
the Work lioiisse.
is preventable and is largely spread
by dry sputum in dust. Ordinary
sweeping scatters but does not re
move dust and germs. Use a broom
dampened with water containing
The Odorless Disinfectant and De
odorizer. Dust with cheesecloth
dampened in the same way. Disin
fect cuspidors and all suspicious
Bold in quiri hottlai enrrvheK. Write Hser?
B llstt. 42 Cliff Street, N York, f,)t Hlu.
Suits and Overcoats
tlfteca Dollar sualltr a
That well dressed men aad
senior men whom we servo
wonder at the value. I'av you
a examine these sar meats.
He Cash ejection Certificates IRKK.
Onen Saturday Mahta t'ntll f.
sTH!S WEEK'S SPECIAL
Jur t iirni UJ
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A full .HtiM-!; of all the Itttcst Hccords
nn oosoiin on mi viorou
t.try Tliarsdsji ... -O.S0 t.. K.30 f, M.
Htrlcm'a J i-1tn Hpurting Uooda lloiiew.
123-125 W. 125th ft
BftUfcn isfi "i ml 7tU Af
Open Every Evening
s eiigige,ur fSjjs w,u
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(.'IXITHl.Nll. KUBS AND FI.R
nnATi si IS limesl rr- .,
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lit4N ltd Ate., eor. 7iid HI. Open Kvg.
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ROUSH SCALY SKIN
LITTLE PATCHES THAT PEEL
OFF AND FORM AGAIN
Try thl Remedy at Our Rltk.
Most skin diseases re eruptions
renmpanirti by itching Bat there is
another kind in which small patches
of srulrs appear and fall off, followed
by another erop. This may spread all
over the body and become almost in
curable. A soothing snpliction of Saxo
Salve, our new skin remedy, should
be made This is very healing and
penetrates through the outer layer
of skin to the rr seat of the trouble,
destroying the germ'.
Treated in this way, as directed by
the book in the boi. the stnly patches
disappear and re replaced by smooth
Healthy skin Saxo Salve is wonder
fully healing and soothing in all form
of skin diseases, eczema, barber's itch,
ringworm, etc.. and we guarantee it to
satisfy you, paying back your money if
it does not.
All Riker and Heqemgn
Storu in Now York ant!
Brooklyn and at all drut
tore whore this blur
and white sign astasias
Yju'll outshine your friends If you
wear "Lenox Clothes," because they're
made better and look better than moat
ready-made clothes In fact they lit
lust like tailor-made garments.
Men's. Women's and Children'")
Clothes, also Furs and Fur Coats.
No Money Down
Just SI. 00 a Week
Ot either of our two stors.
2214 3' Av. ;7 . 14" SI.
Bet. I2.'ld O liltth. I Itet. MO A Uth Als.
open Kvenlncs I at II It I. M.
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK.
. M i iA . w . . e
Por lOc Bottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
TOl WILL OAT so voi Rsrxr.
UBOCEB8 SELL IT.
E. Prllchard, Maker. HI Spring St., N. Y,
Thoutundj of women trr? nalng varlu
fm fim of sntlsaptlCB an prvntlVM oC
dlMaa am) aafafuarda to good health.
Many auch praparatlona In uae art actu
ally worthlaa and ponltlvi'ly danferoua.
Tvre-'i Antlaaptlc Powder la abaolutaly
aafa to uaa. and hua bean recommended
by phyeUinna for mora than tnenty-ont
yaara. Unequalled aa a preveutlva of con
tafloua diaeaae, unaurpaised aa a douche
and highly efflcacloua In avoiding con
tagion, healing dlaeaeed tlaauce, ulcera
and dellrfito membrane pveeagea. A IB -
t-nt package will makn two galloaa
atandard antlaeptlc aolutlon. Sold by
druggist everywhere, fend for booklet
and tree egmple.
J. S. Tyree, heenUle Wiuhlngton, D. Ce
FOR MEN and WOMEN
No Money $ A
Down J- Week
Vt rnrrr th moat rlaliorati' neaorl
nient of thle amaon'e bra( haud-tnllar-d
gnrmeuu nt nrln-e miu h h.urr tbnaj
what yuu are nc-cuiitoined to nav.
ilbWeatl-.5thSt.,nr. Sth Av.
j.858 3d Av., 149th St., Bronx
It Mini I l
80. JONKPIIfMsl inn
UI'I'T, l,alned di.uKliler
I ssali I and
I'llln-rnl rriim ln-r inii-.-rii.
110 Kast 40th si., en galurdagi N"t
holemn rfiiiiltfiii uiiiri. l.,r ths r .b
to r Html grill in ulbratd i
fa Ohureg. itui .t. ami
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HAMILTON. o.i go, It UTH, daaahtaaei
William and Hophl Hamilton
Funeral laturdar, '- o'eloak, from
raidaa, 7n uth uv,-,. n,. ,c , lt"
I"-,,, wHspfi, ..itii b Heir lull iive.
hMilUUI is. tin t.
10, CIIKD w.
tar a mealba.
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Kuiier '.I fitiin reld
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at.. HeturdaVi Nov, ;. 10 ,
liusLuli una J -i 01 ty i.
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lovd wile of
Lismi'i lutns. naiiv
K i r ii. lull, I.
Peaaral luaday si i.io I'oloek
MHI4.Tr-On Voadar, Oet, at r.i
Beach. K'a.. TIIOMAI, bloVd ImSt 1
Kramla and OelBarlB Bad BrOlfi of
Pettr, J.iiin. FTaneU, Oalbarla and UiU
absth Rcllln niiilvs i,r Hartih ut rsnaah
fouiuv iiirim. Ireland,
Funeral from rldBC of hli brothsr
an Kent vi., Iireoklvn. on Saturday Ma
A. al. Bolsmn rsuulsui mass at at Kb
cnt ds Faui'a Obureb, Nsrth nth sl 1,
10 e'tloob. Intsrmcnt Calvary