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BELLES VS. HORSE
IN BEAUTY DUEL
AT GARDEN SHOW
CHrls on Mounts Will Count
Fifty and Mounts Fifty
SOCIETY DONS PLUMAGE
Woman Is Queen and Provides
a Feast for the Curious
Mr word, we're In for It ww!
To-ntglit will t.r THK nlgM at th
Hone Show. Society will not only adore
til voxel and the arena reservation,
flootety will be tn th Kid saddle
Vwwnty-one of our loveliest girl will
rid and look their beet for the John
R. Townaend Cup. Oh. la. la! What a
feast for the railbirds. Heauty and the
Beast! Yes. ye, of course, that' bn
aid before, hut never ao well applied.
Th dear creaturee will hav to look
fhelr boat Jack Townsend saya ao. Jack
"Townaend, aartorlal Caear of the arena,
ha decreed that the horae ta only to
come In f half. The horae M) per cent.,
the girl tl e rest. Now, whom do you
auppoae the bubbling, versatile Jaok
bad In mlxjd when he made that decree T
It wouldn't fair to tell. And lt'a hie
oop anyhow and he ought to make th
terms Appointments count X per cent,
la th contest This means beauty,
clothes and style. Riding habit, hat,
gtov. buots. saddl and brldl all go
Th rider's hair must be beoomlngly
arranged. Her hat must he on straight.
Bar riding habit must b up to data.
Bar boots must be polished, there must
be no Incense of gasoline on her gloves.
Ber complexion and hair muat harmon
laa with her horse. Of course that will be
easy Her collar must be faultless, her
aklrt spckless, her neektl precis. Not
a wrinkle must b vlslbl In her habit,
rier trousers up to date, her coat of the
BLUE AND BLOND GO WELL TO
GETHER. A smile will count for a point and the
lady's hair must match the cokr of th
ribbon ahe la to receive. Blue and blond
go well together, don't theyT Wall, well,
leave It to Jack.
Horses' tails and mane wore put up
!n eurl papers last nlgbt. No tall nor
mane must be braided. Then must b
no files on any of th horses. Among
the lailv riders will be Miss Hopeton
D, Atterbury. There Is hop In th
name. She will ride Nickel Plate,
gno.1 plute for a blue ribbon. Little
Maud l'reece will ride for Httl Miss
Mona Iunn, probably on 8trlkr. Mr.
Charles V. Hubbs will b on har mount.
Ifolty liawn. If the band playe "Oar
ryawen." look out for Molly Bawn.
Among other riders will be Miss Mar
aaret ROUM, Mrs McKay, Miss Doro
thy W.-bb, Mrs. W. A. McQIbbon. Mlis
lelta l-'liitiiian and Mra. Cabot Moore.
The America Cup, gift of th Hotl
Martinique, will be tried for to-night.
That will be the real event Holland
won that cup last year, and to-night
America la going after It for all her
officers are worth. It Is some cup and
It la some event. The cup Is valued at
two and the cash prises amount to $260.
Then, of course, there ure the ribbon.
The spice of excitement was Injected
Into the Horae Show before noon In
the class for thoroughbred hunters when
Bu-bmit Mrst balked his driver over his
Jiead and sufbseo,iiently outraged th
ccenlc tffaotl of the hunting course.
Jtaipli ElUa's bay gelding took th brush
iiaetly enough, but when he cam to
the ttoond barrier he balked and atuck
Ills feet Into th tanbark. His rider
went over his head and stuck athwart
the top rail.
RIDER PULLED HIMSELF BACK
BY HOR8E'S EARS.
The rider's mind was ,ulck to act, and
Oils hands kept pact with his mind. He
(tabbed Submit by the esra and hauled
himself back Into the aaddle. He put
flit horse over the birrlor and went
tilting at th third rail. Submit tuc.k
Jits feet through the bars and horae and
rider and fence went la a heap to the
taribarli. Qioohm rushed to their aid.
fend tlnibr and liorse and man were
aegregated and all put on their feet
again Neither horae nor man was ap
Varently hurt, but the contest was over
for both. Tlie blue ribbon was award
ed to Algoma. a bay geMlng of the
Blenheim Kami. Dictator, owned by
Major Kllgotir. of the yueon's Own
nitles, was given the red. fiagan tun
of qhe Brandy wine .StitUles got third
Mine, while Irish Nora of Blenheim
Farm got fourth.
Two Shetland ponies ridden by two
little girl" made a lot of fun for the
early railbirds. Pearl was ridden by
Mis Mary Cameron and Htarratt'a Huth
waa the mount of Miss Urace Hotel
f'earl balked and was suddenly trans
onned into a llll'e stubborn burro. His
Ittle rider kicked bis sides and clubbed
Mm, but not lung short of oata could
move him and ltuth romped Joyously
. 1 Ik. ...nl.nrL Moth Van hajllltnl
nrouMio in" ............ .......
the blue ribbon and I'earl got the red.
Another event is the high Jump. lit
tle Miss Mona DUBAI Hlskra made tn
record of feet 2 Inches this year at
The Hague. Hlskra will be In the Jump
this evening and was never more lit M
Jnstler t'rniir'e Mother Dead.
Justice Frederics K. Cram adjourned
hla part of the Brooklyn Supreme Court
to-diiv bocaus of the sudden death of
his mother! Br. Frederick V. K. Crane.
Mr t'rane died at the home of her
daugnt".- Mr IMwar.i U Oarvan. In
the Mohawk spartmenl Hotel, she is
.urvhi v oil' ion gnd one daughter
-nd her hush Wd, '. Is a vice-president
STthi Hi rnmpany Th funeral win
1 hVl.l mi M "" " 0rane home,
3 iii rlautey itreel.
Judging Horse Show Millinery fe
H WORN BY MISS ELEANOR SEARS.
By Mile. Lodewick.
Th stunning and beautiful gowns
worn t the Horse Show would
scarcely be complete without the
hata worn with them, or the vary
becoming hair arrangements.
Among the hata I am showing to
day la one worn by Mia Eleanora
Stare. Of black velvet, It was of
medium la. rolling aver o slightly
on cither side. Th under brim was
gather.-!, as was also the allghtly
full crown, held with a cording a
ways from the top. A black paradlae
fancy ahot from the left atde. The
hat was worn vary much a-ttlt,
ahowing on the one aide her wall
groomed hair, beautifully waved.
Mr. Alfred O. Vanderbllt seems
rather partial to the girlish, wide
brimmed, floppy hat. I saw har a
couple of tlmea In a black velvet
on, th crown rather low and
rounded, with a scant upstanding
ruffle of velvet at Its baa. From
either side of tra, brim, on from un
der and one from on top, swept whit
The hat worn by Mrs. Sellgman
waa quite dlattnotlv. It had a vary
low curved crown, encircled with
white moire ribbon laid In over
lapping points, while th brim flared
upward all round. From the left
Id of th under brim a white plume
fall toward the right. Th hat was
aat quite on the right alda and
looked very chlo.
On one of th promenadcrs, a
pretty'Voung miss, gowned elegantly
In rather quaint style, I was at
tracted to a wide-brimmed hat of
white all-over lace and pink mallne.
The very low aquar crown was
drapd with the mallne, while the
under brim waa of the mallne, finely
shirred, forming a dainty facing to
the upper brim of ahlrred lace. A
very large flat, wide bow of blaok
velvet, trimming the back of the
hat from aide to side, gave a charm
A stiff ahape of black velvet, dent
ed at the left aide, held a tuft of
taupe color coqu fancy. This ihape,
which rolled high in front and on Ike
left side, was most becoming to It?
wearer, who was a middle-aged wo
man, A chic little figure In the Tyson
bax wore a little hair or hat ar
rangement of' black mallne. This
waa draped Into a stiffened, slightly
flaring bund of black velvet. At the
centre front shut a heron aigrette
from a cut Jet fancy. The coiffure
waa plainly visible through the airi
ness of the mallne.
In summing up the hats In general
at the aliow 1 should mention that
It was very evident the wearers had
given much aUentlun to beruming
nees, for no matter how odd the
shape. It was sure to become tin
wearer. Black waa by far the most
popular, for It can be worn with a
number of different gowns.
Here I might say that I observed
many society woman wearing the
same hats sometimes three nights' In
succession. Taupe color as a trim
ming was next popular, comblntd
with black or purple or blue or
roae. Brocade as a material for hata
waa quite in evidence, In various
pastel shades sui h ss rose and blue.
J. PIERPONT MORGAN ILL;
COULDN'T TESTIFY TO-DAY.
Hearing in Suit of Motley Against
Southern Railway Company
J. Plerpont Morgan did not appear
to-day at the office of Thornton Kitrle
on the aeventh floor of No. 38 1'ark
Row, where he was summoned as a
wltncsa In a suit which Thornton M.
Motley la bringing against the Southern
Railway Company in the Federal Court,
In the Georgia District.
"Francle l.ynde Stetson, Mr. Mor
gan's lawyer, haa Informed me that
the financier Is indisposed at hla home
and therefore cannot appear before Mr.
Barle. the referee appointed by the lo
cal Federal Judge to take his testi
mony," said Rollln M. Morgan, counsel
for Mr. Motley.
An adjournment was taken. At the
financier's home, No. -Ill Madison ave
nue, It was said Mr. Morgan tvai
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2 WORN BY MRS. ALFRED VAND ERBILT.
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WORN BY MRS. HENRY SELIQM AN. '
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SOON BE WIFE'S, FOR
FIGURES NEVER LIE
She Kept Account of All His
Money to Make Her Ali
Wives wl.o contemplate divorce and
xpect a luxurious alimony Income may
lenrn something from the shrewd .Mrs.
Martha Wolfinan. who suffered in
silence her husband's alleged abuse for
six months. In order to arm hertelf with
transcripts of every cent earned by Dr.
Philip Wolfman of No. 106 l'aat Nine
teenth street, from Jan. 1 to July 1, 1912.
Once in possession of the doctor's seoret,
she bexnn suit for a limited divorce.
Hut even here Mrs. Wolfman was
Oauttoiu she did not betray her dis
covery w hen Her suit was first brought.
She wore Hi phyal tlan'i income was
more than I week and stated that
It often readied as much as tJM. tin
this unadorned statement the Court
awarded ber V a week for her support
and th maintenance of their two chil
dren, aged seven and two year respect
ive. This was in September.
Shortly afterward the physician pro-
tested his Inability to meet the Court e
order. He entered a long amuavu, in
which he aald his Income varied and
that his clients paid only IS a visit It
times. He olTcre I to continue payment!
of a week. Then came Mrs. Wolfs
man's turn Hie Daily met his affidavit
by tiling In Ihe Supreme Court a com
plete daily tabulation of her busbaniVi
Income, which showed that his earnlnti
averaged mors than llfiO a week. Added
to this summary were the atllduvltj of
several youn men who visited the
physician as fake patients, and who
swore Dr. Wolfman stated his ehargoa
for a visit were lj.
Mrs. Wolfman charg! her hulband'l
conduct was OfUSti that ba sahl in would
make iter get Sown on her knees and
scrub Honrs, even tiiuugii he was earn
ing plenty of money, that he absented.
himself from Ids Iwiin , ami that lie lost
any affection fl aver bad for het
The Wolfrnenj llv ai No, nil RaetOna
Hundred and Thirty-fifth street and
were married in June, r.M in. Wolf
man Is one of the iiest known physicians
o' lower Manhattan. Mis. Wolfman's
counsel is the rtim Of House, QroigQsM
Tim effect of Mrs. Wolfman' long lilt
of figure was to Impel the Court to
direct the physician to make his alimony
payment! as originally dim ted.
Jlrrr I'olloU Sura lor enO.IMMI.
An echo of the Rosenthal murder waa
beard to-dav w hen Hnvld Stelnhardt. at
torney for Henry l'ollok. brought suit
In the Supreme Court against a Urook
lyn newspaper, wiiU-h, in describing the
capture of Gyp the Blood and Lefty
Louie, is alleged to have printed In .1
headline "Harry Pollok found In ap,. la
ment." l'ollok asks for 150,111,
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
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DEALER GOES TO JAIL
AND IS FINED $500, TOO
Jtidge Scares Ehler J. Ernst
in Sentencing Him to
"This offense mets the mver!ty of
the Court." said Justli n Russell, in the
Cinirt of Special Sessions, Manhattan,
to-day to Killer J. KrnM, a coal de.iW,
of No. Js-W Ivexlnirton avenue, who last
Tuesday pleaded gudty to wiling J10
ponmilw of coal ws t'Vo tons to Abraham
Cohen of No. 417 Bag! Une Hundred and
Ninth Htrewt. Brnal Was sentenced to
spend twenty days In the Tombs Prison
and to pay a fine ,f ",00. In the ervent
Of the line not being paid, KrnM will
have to spend thirty daye additional in
Inspector John F. Carroll of the Bu
reau of Weights and Measures told the
Court l it list was an old offender, but
nasi in vor beifore b"en convlcte-d, owing
to the inability of his customers to have
the Coal they recelve-1 weighed. , Cohen
was Induced to oiiler the two tons of
oal from lnt, and it was Intercepted
mi 1 weighed ihefore 'being deliveri'
safe, afVsT of the coal cart had in his
poe!Slan two slips given him by
llriist. one certifying that the coal
Welched 1,000 pounds, the other that
it weighed but .Xlu pounds. The
laat slip, the driver said BrtNM told
him, was for the heimflt of tlie in
aneetora of 'the Jlurextl of Weights and
M i. ires, in the wvant of their Inter- j
Bfnet'l attorney made ,1 plea for
Olemenoy for the coal dealer. Hedrewj
a pathetic picture of tlie latter' wife j
and rhre children wtiitlnB patiently at
home for the return of the husband and
father. Justice Russell listened with pa
ll, ..i ,. to th attorney, and when the
Later had finished sa'.d:
"What about tlie poor famtllea Of 'be
city Who have suffered at this man's
hands" tl there anything more p
thotlo than the picture of a group of
mail children suffering from th cold?
Tills is .1 crime that must be a topped."
SHOT SELF IN POST-OFFICE.
A shabbily dressed man walked Into
llranch H POBtOMeo at tsrand and At
torney streets sliirtly after 1 o'clock this
afternoon, dropped a letter Into tha looal
chute, took a revolver from hla pookajt
and tired a shot Into his bret.
Samuel Meigei or net. iw asaaew
struet, who wau In the offlr. ruahed to
the fallen man In time to prevent him
from pjaelng the weapon In Ml mouth
for a MCOnd shot. While a rjolloeman
was summoning Ur. Hiwtti from Oouver
neiir Hospital the would-be suicide
gained consciousness long enough to
jive his name. He Is Harry Lleberman
Of No. fin Hopldlnson street, a laborer,
and penniless. lr. r,iotii took hhn to
the hoii:t il. He has a eoance of re-
Mlle; feiUS. T
NERVY GIRL KILLED
BY SIX-STORY FALL
FROM FIRE ESCAPE
Loses Hold as She Tries to
Climb Into Apartment
Mlsa Ouaale Blvltter, twenty-eight
yearn old, had strong nerve and was
When ahe went to a dance last night
h forgot to take a latchkey to the
apartment where ahe lived with Mrs
Annie Nlcholla on the sixth and top
floor of tha house at No. 611 Weet One
Hundred and Forty-flfth atrent.
Arriving at the apartment house
early this morning with Harry Fl. Cross
of No. til West One Hundred and
Sixty-fifth street, aha told him of het
forgetfulnesa about the key and aald:
"I'm going to th roof and ellmb
down on th fire eoap to a window
I don't want to dlaturb Mra. Nlcholla."
cross accompanied her to the roof
and stood ready to offer aenislance
while ahe started to deeoend the top
moat aeotlon of the Are escape, an
elbow ladder. It la oalled. As ahe was
on her way down, she called to Cross
that ahe waa "all right."
That Instant her foot missed the next
rung of the Iron ladder and the Jar of
her misstep loosened her grip. Willi
a cry an fell Into th courtyard. Cross
peered over the eaves of th building,
but it was so dark below h could e
A quickly a h could h got down
talra. where Andrew Jone. a hallboy,
summoned Knt Axenson. Janitor of the
building. Axenson went with lm to the
courtyard, where Mis Slvltter's body
was stretched on the ground.
Jones, the hallboy, telephoned for med
ical aid. lit. Krank 0. Holley of No. 136
Hamilton place and Dr. Ston of J.
Hood Wright Hospital got there about
the same time. Hoth said Miss Stvltter
had been killed Instantly.
The young woman waa a s'enographer
She came to New York about Ave years
ago from Waterbury. Conn. Mrs.
Nlcholla aald her only relative, so far
sa she knew, was either a brother or
brother-in-law In Pittsburgh.
NEED NO AUTO SPEED SIGNS.
Irirln lintermyer Loses I lain In
roairta Agalnat tn Klae.
New Vork will not have t pot signs
In th Hue's tailing what the exact
speod limit Is. Irwin I.. I nterniyei ,
ion of rlamuel Cntermyer, thought so
and took exception to a fine of 10 Im
posed on him for making a thirty-mile
clip on Broadmay. He took an appeal
to the f'o'urt of Oeneral Session aft-r
paying the fine under protest.
When the case went against him
there he took It to the Appellate !!
vision of the Supreme Court Hy I
unanimous decision delivered to-day the
fltifi stands, ( ntemiyer contended that
the Callan law, which calls tor the pos ing
of aigna In cities and allows a speed
of thirty inlles an hour unless otherwise
mated 1n the local signs, meant tint
there ahould be signs In New York
Child Dying From Candy.
Anna Thalman, six years, of No. I'M
Th lines street, Williamsburg, la dying
In the Qertngn Hospital from sating col
ored candy Isst Wednesday night. The
Health Department Is Investigating
A GOOD HABIT
Tea when you're tired,
particularly If lt'a
Bold In airtight tins only
WED A SHOW GIRL
Ethel Lorraine, Once of the
Whiter GirdCfl, Calls Rumor
August nelmont emphntl-allv denied
to-dny that tils son, Raymond, had gone
and married Miss Kthel 1-orraln. a
beautiful and vlacoua young woman 1
who was show girl for three days at
th Winter Harden. Mr Heltnont ut- j
tered hi denial of the mnrrlage at hi
home. No. 4 4 Last Thirty-fourth tret. ,
To an Kveiunir World reporter he aio .
"I have read the report of my on'a 1
marriage and can say that It la poal
tlvely untrue. 1 will not discuss the
Miss Kthel Lorraine, who dwells In
the (losford Apartments, No. 2.H West
Fifty-fifth etreet. corroborated Mr Hel
"It Is all tommyrot," said she "W
are not mart led ntll."
The rumor of tho marriage persisted
despite the denials, and from many
sources there came word that the cou
ple had decided on marriage Wednea
day evening shortly after Mlsa Lor
raine returned from California, where
she had gone to attend the wedding of
her cliuni, Miss "Hilly" Clagert of the
Winter Uanlen company.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Uelmimt and
Miss terrain" appeared at the Sherwood
Hog Hospital, No. 107 West Thirty
seventh street, where they met Mrs
Thomas 11. Sherwood, a mutual friend,
and a Mr. Trtieman, her assistant. A
fi w moments later the couple, accom
panied by a man answering the descrip
tion of Mr. TTUCnlan, left In an auto
mobile and dl.l not return until 1 o clock
When a ri'ino-lei i at the dug hos
pital to learn whether tlie marriage hid
taken place, tha man tn cittargo replied
tiuut Mr. HetanoM had ao st a 1,-1 when
Young Mr llelmotit met Miss terrain.
at the Winter tSurdeii Ihrcu years ag i
and becanu, very attentive to her. Hi
showered her with costly present anil
was seen much In her company. Not
long after the meeting the two were
In Sweeney's Cafe on West Thirty-
fourth strei'l. wb re Mr Itelmoni be
en me embroiled In an altercation with
Walter Sweeney, the proprietor. In the
scrimmage that followed, Alfred Davis,
a friend who e.ime to the assistance
of Mr. Belmont, waa stabbed In the
hand. Then were no atrests, but August
Heltnont made a long statement con
cerning the affair a few days later.
In August, tftin, Raymond Heltnont
and his brother Morgan registered at
a fashionable hotel nt Narragansett
I'ler. That evening they entertained
Mlsa Lorraine at dinner In their room
and were asked to leave tha house
Raymond Heltnont is s daring polo
pl.tyer. He Is also a dwg fancier, hav
ing a kennel of famous beagle. He
also has ridden as a Jockey In "gen
tlemen" races. He Is a member of many
clubs and la wealthy In his own right.
A few weeks ago he was reported en
gaged to Miss Dorothy Harry of "The
Kncliantres" company, but he prompt
ly denied the rumor.
SULZER BAGSWILD DUCKS.
NORroi.K, Vo., Nov. i! - Oov.-eleot
William Sulxer of New York, who
reached here by steamer yesteiday
morning, spent last night and early
to-day at Cape linnry. where, with a
arty of friend tie baggml a number
Of wild ducks Those he forwarded to
New York friends.
Mr. Sulxer and Ids party left this
afternoon for Charlottesville, and In
the mountains of Albemarle County
will spend a week hunting wild tur
keys. Afterward Ihe (lovernor-elect
will go to Washington to clean up his
Congrasglonal matters before taking
hold nt Albany.
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SURE SON HASN
GIRLS OF 11 AND 12,
AT THE SAME TIME
Parents Search Theatres. Parks
and Hospitals All Night
The mysterious disappearance of two '
Pretty girls, neatrlce teott. eleven, of i
No w" Mnety-slxlu street, and
Hertrude tjrklns. twelve, of So. Ml
Wai Ninety-sixth street, wss reported
to the West One Hundredth street sta-
tlon early to-dy. The psrks, hospitals
hnA pou,., Mation n.v rn visited
without finding clue to them.
Hoth pretty and unusually Intelligent
for their age. they attend the Holy
Name rhool at Ninety-seventh street
and Amsterdam avenue. They ar
chums, though their families ar not
About I o'clock yesterday afternoon
Heatrlr Scott, a daughter of Wlnfleld
Scott, manager at No 22B West Thirty
ninth street, went out to purchase some
flower to glv her mother for a birth
day present to-dsi She and her aunt
had been discussing it. and having
agreed on the kind. Iie.it I e left to get
Her failure to return within a reason
able Dm eent the family Investigating
among friends In the ne'ghborhood
None had een her. They then looked
Coats Sacrificed j
Former Values $10, $I2&$I5
Reduced $ 98
$12 Two-faced Mixture Coat. $6.98
$15 Norfolk Model Top Coatt. $6.98
$10 Rough Tweed Overcoat . $6.98
$12 French Boucle Motor Coats, $6.98
$15 Rich French Keney Coat., $6.98
SALE AT ALL BEDELL STORES
14 and 16 Weit 1 1th Street New York
460 and 462 Fulton Street- Brooklyn
645-651 Broad Street -Newark, N. j.
Market Street, corner 12th Street,
J. H. Deerelman
J. H. DEGELMAN.
Third Ave. and 117t!t St.
WORDS AND MUSIC OF THE
of the Ziegfeld "Follies"
Next Sunday's World
! through her warTlrone and saw that all
her clothing was llfre exi ;t what aha
I wore. A rmall ban, in Whlo aha had
! about It, however, was ml'Stng. Har
J father carries the only key to It.
At the same time Ucflrude I.artdaa)'
absence from the home of hT MagW
' fsther. Bdmund Doyle, had started hr
I family on an Inxestlgatlng tour. They
! could lind no one w ho had seen thg4rl.
I She took only th i latbaa she had on.
I Itoth families consider It a myatetV
I one ease. The girls hav- always been
I studious ami lli nt Hestrh " alwaya
' showrd a fottdnaaa for hooks of ad
I venture and travel, but never dis
played any irclinatlnn tn run away
on who would easily milium" ner
chum tn accompany har if sha took a
sadden notion tii visit any of her rela
tives. A antral alirm was sent out early
to-day for tha girls and all the police
of the orcatrr '!ty. as well as thos
In In, MMtlaf town, are searching for
7 YEARS FOR GUN TOTER.
.Inflate Ha In Hespeet lor Mm
Cham Who Ml rielol.
"If 1 Ixid tnv w .iy." said Judge
In Denersl Se'on to-doy. when
fencing Thomas Rltto to the pn!te
tlary for carrying concealed weaponu
as a secon l offense, not only would a
'gun toter' be considered snythlng bat
a respectable person, but the merchant
on Itroadway who sell guns to c.rlnxl
nala would not be considered respect
able persons and would lie . evlrsd
from decent society.
"Dun carrying must stop But It la
equally Important that the ile of
weapons should be stopped, too."
RlttO, who Is twenty year old atrfl
who had been convicted once before of
violating th Sullivan law, was ar
rested after a fight with some of hla
countrymen In e barber shop In Cast
line Hundred an t Seventh street. A
revolver wss found m 'his jmraet.
Judge Foster seti'en ed him to seven
years In Ping Sing.
On Saturday. Nov. 23d
The ni'w builtiinK is the finest,
laresl and muL up-to-date
fhUihlishmcnl dffWted to ex-fiu.-ive
milllnory in the city.
The contractor flnithed the
liuililinKt three montha behind
lime, ul thegooo we toportad
and manufactured, especially
for thla txvuon't Fall buainets,
will be effered on Chining
Day and the week fCgJsOWiQf
;.t halt the regular prioet.
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