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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912.
''n-iwledge of SutltpH'i moorl to reestv
In reply to hit telegrnm the response
'at AVherPS -vi tn li.it S.rlfHi
all A tunc. He thinks that Se'opp
will probably nit It up tr. fie Majntf
"f Bet Bprlng to make g.l hi, thtaat
t kein him mil r tin town.
CELEBRATION AT THESCHEPPS
HOME IN HIS HONOR.
There Ml h eelebrat mi iat nisht .11 !
ln kWM of Sehpp'i mftthtfi lit w h I "h j
lh rlael lnfoilUM tea part with I
.(wel around hid lea.l. Ik . x ;. ... .1 ,
mat !! towel whs 'l'ii' to dlMlntl '
eadaohe at UM snlden . nan In hp J
a kMBlai .. MM a.,11 la Ik.. '
. II HIIHITII. ll"lll ., urn ll.n V . I I F ,V
'SB City II' , t'' 1X Mll ll.lt lif 'll''
i outer titmif. II" experts to confine I
'ill vaudeville monologue to Htatoa j
re there ultt'aii laws, pro
li.MtlnAT tha arryltlg of . one. sled, wca I
a tta will take tin chntirea. a ba J
II It, or inaXlMK a gou 1 barfltl for gun I
;i before ba ran "t a iian I
Harry Vallon, a'tei fdln nwae I::
1.1 orowit wbirb waited nil rMaMa,
& Zfi SSm "i SU" ;
t.elng broken iiml Ills siotlliig of any
notion of testing them. aTOttM hster
tlieless keep In nbarurlty for n time
After tli a t lie ttpartl 10 go Into th
ii. ilnt pletur inilti".a ajtd BMakf. lile
livelihood In an open and ohm ehoarrl
"Itrldgle'' Wc Mm if If hid nam In an
uptown hotrl, w.iere he Is ronrtlnK M
little notlrs aa !. can get Ra I none
troubled by tils rheumatism than by
i' rat of ilenth th.it raipe to Mm I t
thl roornlnf'a mall.
JABS MORPHINE NEEDLE
ALL JJVER HER BODY.
Hcupital Num Commit! Suicide
With Many HypodtrntlC Stahs
REKNTOHT. I !.. N'ov. il.-Mr.
rtntordo llnlslnger. forty :im old. n
nurse employed In thn Kaat.tn l,ong
Ifland Hospital, ronunltted sulfide In the
hospital to-day, by Injecting morphine
into her body with a hypodermic needle.
Mar body waa covered wltli puncture
and alia waa dying when a fellow nurse
antare.) bar room.
Tha aulrld.- left a note saying Hint aha
bad killed lieraelf Wuuse of 1o?uesiKi
Kb requested tbnt her reletlvrs ba
laspt la larnoranoo of her dratfi.
U. S. COMMISSIONER ACCUSED
OF ELECTION FRAUDS.
NlV Orleans Grand Jury Net
Closing; on Blr, Officials
XEVT OaUJBAMB. Nov. M. at Mf
rising turn In the Grand Jury Investi
gation of election fraud In Naw Or
leans cam to-day whn Indictment
were r turned against Arthur H. Brown,
raited atataa Commlaalonar ; a. Prud
waama and S. Falaque. changing fait
arid fraudulent certification at the vota.
Thl make a total of twenty cltv
i action offldala Indicted by the Orand
i jit. which harm baa kaarun it m
.atlgaUon. SID ALLEN ESCAPES CHAIR;
SECOND DEGREE VERDICT.
Jury In Case of Outlaw Leader
Tried for Court Murders Names
M'lJl)vlLA,P), v. Nov. a-Pldna
Aub. laaoor or wie Alien cian which
hot up th Carroll County Court at I
-"'' M"J.i"i ,n Chm. ntoh.ff, th Chl.f of Staff of the
oruLf TkTL,"',". 2lt2Sm arm,, hav. b.a appoints
of murder la tha aaoond dagree to-day 7 " . . , ZZJ
'or tna auuni or juage Thornton U
Tha Jury ftaad tha penalty at fifteen
feara a th panltaatlary.
MEXICANS HOLD AMERICAN
FOR RANSOM OF 15,000.
WAtmrNfJTON, Nov. B. -William N.
Xlak, upertntunJent of the San To)
Vlalng CorrRMUiy. alliiaa mnn la ImM
fifteen mllaa from Chihuahua, ha b.en
aturd by Itaxloan rebeia and held for
M.000 ranaoni. aoeordtng to a Stat !
fartaent daapatoh to-day.
Th town at Mania IS alalia, nearby.
i aa been captured by a rebel oand.
aad oe aall fufloaai aktwi
M: JosauU, t: I'Kfiuia. 100:
allied, IM: 'iMim Maa. VA. Baturr. lot;
waaa niaar. lva, -ran. 10 ueau, til;
IniaH Tdl" Uhl' " ""'. Iaa
SBDOfjt) BiCaV-ajlBM rsaruai aal urnaH;
lritw tkaltar eatlln u- o-. .n . abuut Iwu
Ulej Jjaaixba. 191; il.lln. Ml: flMuiilt.
tag; tsuiwsrk. lav; -uul. F'.i UK; Mslaa
tiBaBoa. 144; Dr II Met. 147; .Norbkt. 14T.
TBJBD RAIX-Thl. il .III .nil UIMUnl;
10 ; MlUea; ata furkiiw. -'t Uurlnar, ;
'Moat; Coi. W; atoKtih.u. till- imuir. mi
-Artatnr, 104; Patrlolt H. 104; (1 ,',1 jSt 104
. ,uu Omm. It); Blc BUkw, 111; V.ovum.
rOt'KTH KAOxV-ail Ut; M. nllrrtt . Hltvl!
itt; 'SlIM I1.OU0; IU in. lilt M ..1) Ul
Tarld, 14; h..ruiak. 1W; lo-lilel, lot; Cut
i..la, Ml; KalMgii. too. irh,, n. HJi
--Volthro, lot tro,ar Hugtw. Ut; H.toai
1 3 IknielA MrU.n.ld. lit; Lakun, 111.
rifTII Sal IS Three IWBMHI ml .....M.
. an fSUO: Mlliu, i lurluii. H. Metenr,
,l; WIbuIb V.H.., 107. Hlkuk (Nf 101;
lien I.. .1. lOto KUrtil gaaf. I.S. , ..'
ia Kniskt. Ill; HoTrauin. if. Hhsrwaad. ut
ix-iit BAI fc run, inw-ekkJ ul um.nl
,'.rM ASIIO. Mllii.1, on. -ml ."..,;""..,'! jail.-.
lirlaamaik, 4; 8uurli
loll Workliw Ud. o4,
iw ntiperviBer vi i .i.iun Deaafyf
...ef. 10S. ri ou, ton- Hilarious. Ill
sEVfcNTH Hk K All al; purwi taoo-
lagl ml ami Mtuu i- i'. ii Niabt
tit; eiu tlmi.. 03: Viuarii, ml Svt.ll
Mil. -I i ...... 104; W .. I...... US) (rl.'.i
Kill. 109' Bmadwall. 1US; I'slliih, toil Kir
Imtm, 111; Troje.utbt, 111. laUb, 111; t ...
111. ' In. 111; terrt Meet, lU. Idlsenkn. tjfi
A; 'f.iilt allowAni'. ut fl,v ,ai,.l.
" Slvwa sntrf. Trmrk i.-i.
How Andrew Carnegie h Able
to Offer Pension to Ex-Presidents
THE TARIFF ON STEEL.
Steel tails, ). per ton.
Railroad wheels, IVir. par lb.
Railway bar, T-ralls, Ac, i-tur. pal Jb
Sheet si.-el. , per lb. up.
Automobile, cycle, or part tl.ereof, 4', p . ut jd lOMoreio
Axles or parts thereof. V- Per lb.
Hammers, sledge, crowbar. Ac, IHc j.er Jh.
Bolt and hinge, l'.ec per lb.
Chains, not less than 4i per cent, ad valorem.
Knives, from 4u per cent, ad valorem up.
Nail, from 4-loc. per lb to l'tc, per lo.
Saw, per cent. up.
Steel wool or steel Slaving. 40 per cent ad valoroui
Hoop, band' A-c, from 3-lCk'. per lb. up.
Shells Rake Ranks of Invaders
as They Battle to Smash
Through Turkish Lines.
NK PEACE PROPOSAL.
Wle W ar Goes On. Cabinet
at Sofia Meets and Sends
Envoys to Turkey.
LONDON. Nov. I. 'FagkUM con
tlnui'it to-day alone the rnllrt lino
of fortifications at Chatnlja, tflUOKt'
ItiK to tHptMkM from Conaiantln
opla. The lluliiiirlBiis ura rontlnulni;
their affortf to bronk Ihrouith tho
TtirltiHh llnan, lint tira pravptita
from rtoliiK ao hv the flrr 'if thr
Tome aal take tham," the ded.int
rply of th Turk to the dMnUfd
made by the allied llalkan null inn
for the fvnctiatinn of the Una of
(irlinciillona at Chatallu In front of
onntuntinople lc not lielliyed !n dlp
lomntlc circle, ne.-efianrlly to rne.Ln t,vm
end Of the nK'tlatlona for an arm
tire avail though flglitlng ho brn rc
MfMf, Knim Soila najffMB word tokay thn I
the vlctorluua Inya4ler arc likely to
modify their rondltlon. The ufOPfan
Powr at the aam time nrn WMftiM
thetnaolvea to Induce fin tvatlona cntn
poalng tha llalkan Ien(rie to brtnn
their terma more Into lino with th.
fact of Ukf altuatlon nn.l to arranjfe a
treaty which will glvo Itham all thev
have eoriqured but will leave out that
whh'h ba not been conquered.
BULGARIA SENDS PEACE EN
VOYS TO TURKEY.
The announcement from Sotlu t.ila af
ternoon of tin. appointment Of Bul
garian plentlpotoiitlarlM to dlacu the
term of an armhuk-e with tha Turkish
anvoya tend to oonflrm th oontcntlon
of dlplomata that th Ottoman rejec
tion of the flrft term propound by llul
garla riaa not barre.1 the door to fur
thr nogotlatlona. BraB the ttttoman
ambaaay here aMroe that If tlie "axoi
bltant" dernan.l ir the evacuation of
th tamoim Chatlaja tinea of fortifica
tion la dropped the principal obstacle
to the dlacuMlon of terms will be re
move. MAFIA, llulgarla, Nov. K-Tlie Indlca
tlona tO-lay are that nulgarla will
adopt a conciliatory attitude and will
modify the condlllon originally ottered
to the Turkleh Government A aiiei'lal
meeting ws held In consider the rajec
tlon by Turkey of the term of tho pin
poead armlatlc. At It conclusion It
waa declared In wall Informed circle
that an Immediate rriumptkm of ho
Hilda waa Improbable.
Dr. B. Sanaff, frldnt of th
B Big arias Faxuaju.at; Qaa. avoff,
BaJarartaa Oommandr-ln-Cblf. aad
Bulgarian pUalpotoatlarUa for the
aagoUatloa af aa analatloa bt ween tha
Tarklaa aad Balg-aiiaa arm la. Thay
Witt proed lmsaedlataly to the
OhataJJa Una to meet tha Tarklah
Now that the delegate have been
appointed It la expected here that for
mal negotiation between th Bul
garian and th Turks will lieffln
within twenty-four hour.
WIFE OF OUR ENVOY
TO TV R KEY DOES GREAT
WORK FOR SUFFERERS.
Myron T. Warrick, American Anihaa
aador to Franc, waa a paeangr on
the Mauretanlu. arriving to-day. lie aald
that Mrs. W. W. Rockhtll, wlfa of the
American Ambassador to Turkey, waa
doing a great work In Conitanilnoplc.
"Mr. Rockhlll." said Mr. Merrick,
"ha tinned th American fcliiiboasy Into
a hoapltal and 1 raring for 10U patient
a day. Rh has been spending her own
money and bar fund are running low.
Contribution nave beun made to her
from I'arla, and 1 will endeavor to amusr
Inter! In her work In the United (Hataa
during my visit bare."
SENATOR FOR BULL MOOSE.
Tli '.Ml. i.i I cauva of I lie vote cast
on Klectlon Day add another Hull
Moose State Senator to the lint. Tit
Count Hoard of Canvaaari'H to-dav dis
covered that ftaary a. ctilgnt. tha Pro
t" ohndMatg in the Ntntnth
Senatorial district waa credited with 11
i vntiH under the lndep ti.ti n.-e IrttBSIff
column In uiih election district when he.
! ahould have been credited with Ilk votes
iet for him under the Hull Mooae aB
. Idem In the same district.
Ills lJtnioi ratio uppjuaat, Uioru vv.
rtlmpaun, was, acrordl ig to th t police
return of ti tlon nltrht. rclurned the
winner h a imiall iioii'irln. hul th,. i'an
.tss now gives the election to the Hull
I Mooae r uv los votes.
FACE WARSHIP FIRE
Athletic New York Girl and Count
She Walloped in a Friendly Bout
' ' w.
i IV x
iafavr. Ml '.afaaaa! h aaraal
fU con" tS5c t3 t
a uMHpf! t J KAimiiji -e.o I
I , m E II COUNT CUV OF.
;4 Tka 1
a a ai ai m aaraai
McMannitfal Says He and An
other Gave Cheaper Rate to
Blow up $ 1 ,(XX),()00 Building.
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. S.-The Joh of
causing an explosion In a S1,()0,000 Iron
and steel plant In OOtlf trUCtlOB nt Houth
Chicago. III., on Kob. iM. (ML "wa
knocked down to tho lowest bidder."
Ortle MotMSDiSSl (aid In his testimony
at th dynamite conspiracy trial to-day.
"On Feb. 19 J. H. Came lo my home In
t'hlcago and said e had a Job to do,"
MoManlituI text I lied. lie aald Herbert
H. Ilockln had been talking to the ex
ecutive hoard of l,ocal No. I In ChlOtfJO
and so I. ,il No 1 wanted to have a Joli
done and was willlnu to pny a lilg fee
for It. A man named RdWAfd 1'ranrli,
he said, htul told the executive board hn
had two Cleveland men who would do
the South ChlBBeTO Job fur tMO, but the
SXaoUtlVi bOafd had aslol llockin
whether II oottld be don. cheaper, per
haps for SMo or I.I0U.
"J. 8. and I looked over the rtouili
Chicago plant and derided to do It. We
went to Indlanupolls and not four pack
ages, each containing taenty DOUttdg of
dynamlt. John J McKamara lu
st ructad us he wanted four explosions
ott the plant, sswng If wo did a Rood
Job he would pay us tho extra, lie yold
We would have to wait until Ixnal No.
1 In Chicago paid the money, but Patty
Kyan had railed Bp and aald he wanted
the Job done.
'When wo rtaohad ChlckeTO tin dyna
mlt wa fioseii. We thawed It out hy
seltlni; the gultOBM on I radiator In a
k. i ion in jny home In Mouth tiangamnn
At .lames H.'s aUHgestlon. hu aald. i"1
put the dynamite on the radiator and
1 wtint to look over
Whan he returned.
tha proposed Jb.
a. said, his little
uaiiKnii I waai oo in oooi nun ,nu .1..-
n. mute and JaVItUM li the Ins Aimeies
Tlinei! dytianiiter, was lotting a natlery
On the door bell.
"J, II. laUghd when lo- saw my little
girl toying With the explosive," ettid
MellanlgaJ. "Ha aald, 'tall pagta waai
. that Is.' My little ulrl raplhtd, why It's
IdynanUt. I know It won't hurt tne,'
aim sopi on piuyuiK. roic saui sio umi ,
toon hoys in vgoan! lots kicking about I
I stloks that looked like dMiamlte. Tin ,
i nay .'. H iaugiie.1 ID ide nie mad and
I ordenM Mm out of the house."
I ItaManlastl Hald when he and James
' R. went to South CMaaSO ,,u'v found
the Klsre if nearby furiiaeee o bright
I tho did not do as much damage as thoy
Intended. Blaoifag only two bombs In-
att ud of loui .
' rftealli l UM BOUttdg of dynamite. hjdln;
It In hvd at Timn, D.i and then, Insult
esses, transporting it on paaBangai
' trains to indtanavoll wai on oxpaii
j enoe related by MoMunlgul.
It was tin explosive used by M. MinlKii.
. and the McNamgrag after the Log At -
geka Times explosion, and by whlob
tun non-union "Jobs'" were blown up In
I spite of the fact, the witness said, thai
I detectives for two month lrnd been on
I the trull of tin- dynamiters.
fonfldynt that the aglatlon oyer the
. l.o Angels esplodone would "Mow
KNOCKED DOWN 10
over" and that Jamea T. McNamara
would be free to do more "Job," Mr-
Mimical addad, plan were begun In '
January. 1911. to carry on th dynamite
rampalifn with seat.
"When 1 reported to J. J. MeiNamarn.
how easy It had been to steal the dyna
mite fnnn tho stone quarry at Bloom
vlllo, O., and tnre It In my father'
shed at Tiffin, he was plnoaad," said
M Mnnlgal. "I brought him aovcnil
suitcases of dynamlt as a sample and
he locked It up In a vault at the office
of the International Association of
Hrldge and Structural Iron Worker.
.1. J. aid he would send Jamas ovar to
help pat to carry It. We brought It In
such quantities that J. J. ald he
couldn't store It all at Uie Iron Workers'
"It was decided to rant a bam. We
rented a barn In West Washington
street In Indianapolis.
llnving the new supply of rxploelva,
M-cManlgal said, J. J. nrrangod to send
the dynamiter." out on "Jobe."
Joseph ScNWartl 61 ChloaKo wa ar
rested this alternooii on aPederal war
rant harylni; Mm with attempting to
obatruol Justice by Intimidating Cor
nellus Cinwlu), ilonlca. Pa., a govorn
meu t witness In the dynamtto caaee.
Crowley sal.l Hchwnrtx in tho presence
of a detective told him not to teetlfy to
Tiio opening of the stock market to
day wa subjected to spirited selling
pressure. The urgent buying demand
that featured yesterday' session wa
Withdrawn over night and professional
oiHoators were quick to realise profits.
Fractional losses, wore recorded In
Reading. Union Pacific, Steel and
A firmer tone eventually developed.
but the 1st still displayed declines In
the later period.
Business and price fell off In the af
ternoon period. After holding fairly
steady during the mid-day session, ,t
list liogan to ease on at bbo beginning
of the Una I hour and closing sales w a.
made around the lowest of (he day.
Net losses amounted to as much ao a
poll 1 1 lii many laaue.
The I Inalnx Prices.
IVdar'a liuilusu. ons' and laat d,Iss of
aterka anil of nst (-tianme as earn; .red with yes-
lervlaj a nnal rigvirrs nrv as talkies:
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Am. Htneluj. A Kef
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Hklvn n.. Tras.
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VETERAN KEEPER DIES.
Johu O'Keefe Worked at laland
Pen tor Forty Year.
I'orty years aervlee aa a kenper In
toe Penitentiary on Hlackwell's Island
wuH the record of John O'Keefe, who
Is .lead at his home on the aaat aide.
Mr. O'Keefe was seventy-three years
old. a veteran of the Civil war and a
member of many organisation. He la
survived by a widow, two aons and a
Of the tens of thousands of unfortunate-
and .: i initials with whom he
came In contact not one ever bad u
word to say about him ttiet waa not
a word of kindness. Mr O'Keefe had
I the rare faculty or enforcing trlct
llaclplln and malting the dlelnllned
think they liked II. Mr. O'Keefe
always took nn active interaat In poli
ties. He waa a tnemlier of the P ocas
si t Club and of the Tammany Hall
(ieiieral Committee of the Twenty
eighth Aasmbly DlatrloL i
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KISSED FAIR HANDS
BUI NEVER LIPS, IS
At Manual Osculation, How
ever, Dr. Haubold Was
Some Bear, He Admits.
SMACKED A HUNDRED.
But 'He Doesn't Deserve to Be
Divorced Just for That,
So He Appeals.
Dr. Jferman Arthur BSabOtd, Pto
feasor of Hurgery at New York fnlver
f.ty, noted author of books on surajery
and n veteran of the Spanlh-Amer!can
War, where he commanded tho medlcnl
dlvltnn of the Third Army Corps of the
Department of the Quit, ha carried to
the Appellate Dtvlalon Ileferee Adam
Welaer'a declrion. which awarded Iris
wife, Ann Ellaarfietti Haubold, nn Inter
locutory decree of divorce. Or. Haubok)
auks the higher court to reverse the
The divorce testimony was heard b
hind cloied doors and Ptrlngent efforts
wore made to keep detail from the
Public. The co-raapondent. Mrs. Marl
Webb, who Is raid to be well known in
the Tenderloin, attended the hearing.
With her were aevwral young women
familiar to the night life of the metro
polis. Mrs. Haubold, who lives at No. 265
Central Park Weat. charged that her
buband had been Intimate with .Mrs.
Webb "ut dlvera tlmea between October.
1907, and Aug. 14, 1111." The referee
ustalned the wife's charges.
KISSING. LADIES' HANDS MEANS
Or. Hunold testitled that h la a phy
Iclan and surgeon of twenty-two
year' practice; that he Is the visiting
surgeon at the Harlem Hopltal and also
at the Rod Croa Hoapltal. He la the
author of "Preparatory and After
Treatment of Surgical Caea," "8ur
ry of tha Brain" and "SplrltmUt,"
on of the flrat copies 0f which he pre
anted to Marie Webb. He was a staff
officer In the Eighth New York Infan
try, and has an honorable discharge aa
an officer of the United State Array.
"I have known Marie Wabb for tsn
year, hav-iner been preiaciirte.1 to hr
by Frank J. Nolan, my wlfo'a brother."
1. Hatubctld teatlflsd. "I have been her
physician, but never in my Ufa was I
Intkmto with her."
"John r. IlaJllfcrer ha teatilled"
"Ill tTtlmony :s untrue when he
wore that there were tonne of c.?i
dearroent botween mysetf and Marie
Whb," tnterrupted Dr. HaisMd. "I
did Maa the basal at Marie Weibb. I
have travelled qulto axtenalveily and I
hnve read extensively In tJie last two
yivire: I have kissed 100 women's hands.
I havo kissed ladles' hand more than
I.i lies' Up. It bi a greeting not In
dulged in timoh In thl country."
The teatlmony snow tho surgeon ersl
Ms wife eeparabnd In January. It08. hut
were reconciled tn Octobar, 1307. The
cauee of the separation. It appear
from Mrw. Ilavrbold'a ttlmooy, was
her opposMlon to her husband' asso
ciation w.lh Maria Webb.
ASKS THAT NEW TRIAL BE
Dr. Haubold produced Rudolph O.
Haubold of No. IM Weat End avenue, a
millionaire insurance man and the doc
tor brother, to prove Mrs. Haubold
had long entertained suspicion against
the surgeon and that, during their quar
rels, aha always montloned tho nam of
Marie Webb, lwr husband's patient.
Rudolph Haubold'a wife, Anna, and
Mrs. Elaanor Haubold gave almllar tes
timony. Mr. Haubold, th urgeon s
wife, aaM h I sod not mentioned the
nam of Mario Webb on the occasion
her huetband's family mentioned, but aha
recalled atatlng ah thought her hu
band wtv "being too cona-plcuous around
Now York with thl woman In a oar."
Tha Burgeon charge that the ileferso'a
decision was against the weight of vl
denu and that the condoning of has
alleged aula by hla wit waa eatabilahad
by a great propondoranc of evldonco
botti of quality and quantity, aad asks
that the decision b at aside and a now
trial held. Dr. Haubold la now paying
his wife heavy alimony for the aupport
of herself and hoy.
REWARDS WIDOW FOR
Intertwrough Directors Give $10,
000 to Mrs. William Fred
The director of the laterborough Rap-
Id Transit Company have presented to
Mr. William Frederick Usehwooa
widow of eke former engineer of main
tenanoe of way of the auoway and sis
rated road, tio.ooo in consideration o
service renaered by her nuaoend, a ho
died on Aug a, UUL altar a quarter of
a century apeat In the employ of to
Mr. Lockwood s flrat poaltloa was wltn
th Third Avenue II 1 way Company In
lata On Hupt. it, ltd, a waa mada de
partment engineer, aad at la ttm of
hi death he waa regarded aa aa expert
on transit matter.
President Shont' secretary aald the
company made It a point lo recognise
exceptional value In an employe.
"The company baa a peuaton fund,'
I aald the secretary "hul lhs award did
not com from that. Mr. lx ok wood gar
to th company many valuable sugge
i lions for wn.cn a was nevei paaa
It was decoded lo make this gift to his
TAKEN TO SING SING
A T RE VOL YER'S POINT.
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REYNOLD8 FORSBREY. '
WITH TWO STUDENTS;
VOTING FRAUD CHARGED
Excitement at Illinois Univer
sity Where Others Are Also
Accused All to Fight.
CHAMPAirvN. 111., Nor. a.-.Prof. 1,.
DV Halt of tho faculty of the UniversTy
of ItllTHila was arrested hero to-day cri
an Indictment chatrglntt pal JUf In con
nection .with an 1nqu!r' Into voting by
students or th institution nt the last
Two students also were arreirlel on
Indictment charging Illegal voting.
They are Jamea Noon of Everett, Mass.,
a resident at the Y. M. C. A. Hulldlng,
and Walter J. itluni of hlca4co. Ulum
1 a member of the Junior class. AbJut
twenty more Indict merits are to be
Jietvrd from, and tho university com
munity In In a etate of gresit excite
ment. Prof. Hall, w ho Is assist ir.t pm?r.sror
of antmsJ huslairdry in th" I'ollege or
Agriculture, was s l.iailer ;i the hattle
as'., a t saloons In I'hampabm at the
at local option election, and made
affidavit that a number of university
tudents were legal voters. Plnce that
tlmu fVrutity Judge Spurgln has riled
that many students had no rlirht to
The t''ampalgn County tirand Jury-
was called to consider Qie question of
iriegsl votUrsg. ami Prof. Hall's indict
ment followed. A bitter l.-BAl battle
to rult. The Civic Ieague of the
It to-day raised a fund if il.mio to
dofend him snd all Others ItuHctod.
Prof. Hall was released on $l." bond.
He IU 'le tried at the January term
of the court.
TvERETTi Mass, Nov. tj. James
Noon, who Is under uiTest In fhamiuilgn.
111., charged with Illegal voting. Is a son
Rev. Dr. Alfred Noon, a MOIIMHUSI
clergyman and secretary of tho Maaea-
chueetta Total Abstinence os. lety. i ne
lUiiE.r Noon's name does not appear
pon the voting list here. Ho Is twonty-
ono years old.
POLICE CLUB SAVES LIFE.
Blasceat' Toamlqnet Keeps Mmn
Frosa Bleedlnsr to Deatk.
The prompt action of Patrolman
Snanlny In making a tourniquet wun
bl club and a handkerchief this arter-
noon saved the life of John Mcguade,
twenty-eight years old. employed by a
coal company, which waa putting in
coal at No. 4S3 West Thirty-eighth
treet. McQuade had fulleu Into the ma
chinery oporetlng a coal conveyer, and
his left leg was cut off Just above the
He was plckd up by a companion,
who telephoned to the west Tniny-
eventh street elation. WBSO bbanley
arrived he found Mi Quads sitting up.
Tha policeman bound a handkerchief
tmhtlv above the wound, Inserted th
club and twlated It. Then he called an
ambulance from New York Hospital,
where It wa sal.l the man win live.
BARBER'S ITCH CAUSES SCARS
TREAT IT PKUMPT1.Y.
Try This Remedy at Our Risk.
When little yellowish pimples or
wstrry blister form on the hairy por
tion of the fsee snii hotly, it is a iign
of barbel's itch, which is very con
tagious, ami if allowed tn become
chronic is painful and produces per
This disease is eauted by a tiny
parasite, and when treated with Bald
naive, our new aaiu rruicui , win, u
permeates and saturates the skin, these
parasites are killttd, and the skin made
Saio salve is wondenuuy iieaim;
in all kinds of skin diseases and eruptiou,
uch as salt rheum. Utter, eczema, ivy
poisoning, etc., becsuse it penetrates
the skin snd carries its punfyiue snd
healing ingredieuta to every portion of
the diseased tissue.
It ii guaranteed to satisfy you per
fectlywe cheerfully give back your
uiotiev if it tines not.
Store in Naw York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
tore where this bin
and white sign sbjbjBJP
MISS ANTHONY, WHO
, DEAD IN VIRGINIA
She 1 leld the Women's West
ern Championship for Six
OMICAGO. Nov. 2. Word w.ia re
relved here of fie death to-day of
Mrs. Hernard C Horn, known lo every
golf enthusiast aa Miss Iteaslo An
thonj', at her home, "Glenviow," near
Keswick, Va. Superior .IikIko M. la
McKlnley, whose wife arid Mrs. Home
wore .'il.Mcre., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
K. Anthony, of thla city, her parents,
will leave late to-day for Keswick.
When playing golf Mis Anthony
won the women's waatafn ohsmplonkhip
six coimeeutlve years nn.l captUrad the
national women's ohamplnnafllp once
only to loe It the next year.
TITLE FOR CANALEJAS HEIRS.
MAORI O. Nov. Jl'.-The ducal title ami
nn annual pension of Jfl.nOO were con
ferred lo-day on the family of the late
Premier Canalejns, who wa ns.issln
i t"i on Nov. 12. King Alfonso signed a
royal decree to thl effort to-day.
Whether it is of the nose, lliroul,
stomach, bowels, or more delicate or
gans, catarrh ll always debilitating and
should have attention.
Tbt ilischarge from the mucous
mrninrnne is because thu is kept in a
lists of inflammation by an impure
condition of llie blood. Therefore, to;
cure, take the best blood purifier.
In usual liquid form or chocolated tab
lets known as Sarsatabt. 100 (loirs $1.
That positively means a sav
ing of $8 to SI 3 to you. Not
a suit or overcoat in this lot
worth less than M0 to $25.
Come to-day or any day and
buy one of these Men's Over
coats, for in this sale we offer
a wonderful assortment of
great values in Suits and Over
ants, every late new English
and American model. They're
splendid examples of the high
quality, style and value we
ytways give by our system
of manufacturing and selling
direct to the wearers. Rich
fabrics in exclusive patterns.
Open Saturday IMIght Until t
nr.M iiiELbmp and
II E Ml V STEP
i 1 a v s timi: l
n h ro ts ma.!. otr tan
Kl II Hf7T9 made "r 15
Ft:H CUATH rellned 10
ANY SIIAOB. liVAMANTKRD S4TIN.
new FT'tiM KxrntNuri) fob old.
LITTLE FUR SnOP
SUITE 42. U W. 34TH gTItEET.
drwsjksul in l 1m lataat stikn.
UVDlEt1 A.Nli tiKNTLllaMEN'H
m iiTtiivr: n n, ivn vr-n
Of ATP at tha loweat rr-
MANHATTAN CLOTHING CO.
I1A4M Set At., ror. T'Jd St. Open Krsra.
rg4NY A POUND PPQr.Tl
Special for Friday, Nov. 2?nd.
ASSORTED ICE CREAM CARA-
MELS Uelieieua errant raramels la a
l.onillua and InvlUna aaeonmeDt of
dffrrrnt flat ur. that III no- aj f
1 to all lale. a... taliie B Wf
wliere . . . I'll' M H'l IVC
brtx, A - ruK hi.,LA
TIRK.SH STiLE FRtilT
ChOtOUTfc LOvEREU PtA
. hifter-4 uf Inner Vlrchiln I'tiinut-.. tov-rrr-ti
thlrkly with a awre4 t-uatlnff of
HhnlfMonie rhot omlva 4ur a rv
regular abe WjKZ- ))C
CO v HREu
CARAMELS Hu h unt'iirl rentrra
of uniiMuwl ticlit'lOiMiirtiM, n uu.- ditubl)
j.e.sab.e with a thlek JaeL.t rf
r our l'r.niluni Milk I hm ... Xllt
MILK LhUCULA'i'fc UOvLKEo
FRESH TANGERINES -cento.
of dainty tangerines, wliotte pe
culiar flavor aro cxcotttllugly
paiaiaiiio. nuido still more de
licious by a coating of our
Premium Milk (.'hoto-
POt'ND HOX 39c
l.i-t lotfJGat in lannilcring hol.l ships.
Try tlicm it aiil ruy you. Th
newest sli.ipe i llie I'enilmike, with
LUf K ( U I -SN M'-t IN" llVTTON.
HOLR a for 15c iet.
Pembroke. 1) la. K.n..tt. 2 Jl t
Chatham, 2 la.
GEO. P. IDE 4b CO.
A foe Makers mt Urn JAirf
TROY. N. Y.
When you pun base an antiseptic for
your own use. iiiakr sure tti.it it contains
no poisons. The snfcsl way is to do a
thousand of other women do simply
specify Tyrcc's Antiseptic Powder.
Physicians everywhere advise Tyrea's
because it is not only harmless but is
positive in its results. Its u-es rover a
wide rniigr and it can be use. I either dry
or diluted in w ater. Uorivsllad us tt pre
ventative of diaaSM ami unexcelled as a
douche. A IliOtinl j..u kage makes two
gallons slanilsnl solution, Sold by all
druggists. end for booklet and (roe
J. H. Tyree. heoilst, vVaahlngton, II, C.
Thr.s olimonils saa b sarhanssl St
rains or raja r-' ' less . it cint.
Aj AKt I
t'r.iiiant u.-i not u bt - -; i . -with
ttu "mAkiiJ t-?" offsrfxl bj ottMrt.
4 14 sad IS
12.50 to $254
Msmp ( frttficAU
Br.t EtyrswjrJ FTH.
CASPEKFELD & LLrVtLAND
144 Bowery KXftSr
NtlRTU lr QBAND 8T, "L" 8TATI0H.
Oim ETenlncs tCl 7. S tarda UU 10.
Why Rheumatism, Sciatica
or Neuritis Drives People
to the Limit of Endurance
tlir prwMtat vatn. Ilk oorkMrwM
"AivtriK In your 'inh- Nil entuih.
your rivtn raa ntin, n i
rt horrlbl certainty of th
im of nrtln ! what drivtM 4ftB
rruf out in
r I ti.t oiirti It
You mov hav wtn lora tnar aotorn mm
net nn Urstai, 1 rh unt n m - that nothlaf
will cur you.
Wa want tn utiumnce to tha oaK-VU rr
thla city that Nurlto. a uaw and liom
auccasaful retnel'. for rhaumatlam. a- !tlca
and neurit la. mark a a ra volution Id tha
treatment af tha dlaaaae.
It la an thlcaltv pruar4 pnwdir. ftl
r?ftdy flrmlv enthhllahed ua an amldoA
ror uric mil polaon. and la antlrtly frwa
from nur- otlra and nplataa. It ponlttvaly
tfMm rti- i in 1 1 1- pa Ins and parinaaantly
rt- ir - i. Tj.. caaai In a hundrM.
Iiona ridn taTinnnuiN rrom paopia wpo
auffrad for yrara fthnwti uptm rtauit. II
and I i a hoa Hiker M.--n .m Drutf
ifwrM nnd all othar lradfnti drnratata.
FOR MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN
No Money $ A
Down 1 Week
W mrry thn moat rlnhorntt naaort
mrnt nt thla amaou'a beat hand tallort
car nit-nt. i nlao
FURS AND FUR COATS
mt prtrra muh lower thai. wtuM wmm
nrr nrrtiatomwl to ray.
316 West 125th St., nr. 8th Ave
2853 3d Ave., (49th St., Bronx
Sre.ial for Saturday, Nov. 23rd.
CHOCOLATE COVERED CREOLE
mint ceatar 1lli m m- mid ortffl
flaor. iimilfs uniietuallv f iMt h mbm
a I'MitiiuB tr pure hum oiwic.
'n ii 1 tn- rUrwhrlT.
. l"v' Ml HQ
l ure u
I jo I
R . j ... I J ., I, lor ul.1,11 M preUiTt
IHUMllar deniAii.l fur I. I. fp. .Ii. ...,a ..... m mmw
klada are bniusllt nut In Ihelr I '"
UlOtOLAlt LO,tixLu OK
I.ASSKS PI RTlTiniuc W
(aewasv. Sg-Bt lini IU1V
lltlllg New Hi I. nn. limleatea, made lata
lilmiLet i.i our faiu.iu. in
i. ne. nnr regular h- tc ..il..
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lie iiriitlil ..r ...nfwtlaB.
Illl.l delli Mrs. i.rfeiMl tm
y Wsiltifllllj '' 'SUeil oaelaiJ'J.
II 1.F 7C I M s,
. PARK ROW & NASStB
I 206 BROADWav