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THE EVENIlTGr VOBtl), TKUTTDTIT, TTOXITTVI 3ZH 2B, 1012,
f 'toroufh arsrrri,'' -nhtrh Is need onJy at ttie rt' extremity and hl h
t brings engines from Manhattan
a The !t ttme the "borough alarm" reeorted to wee at tbe ocaxlon
f tli Kqulftable Are last winter.
Before eten the engine answering the first nlarm liarl coupled up to
Inr in arby hydrant the fire lia1 wrappoil Iter If la n swirling f(K about tin
whol" five stories of the sulphur works, and lirfore Uriiiity Ohlrf Lnllv ar
rived on the spot the roof sunk downward. The column of blue-red flames '
Jumiied hundreds of feet In the air.
asphyxiation to all In Its path for blorka around
'MANY ENGINES AND BOATS AT WORK.
Twelve engines, four ladder Turks
bered m toss Williamsburg Hi Mrs
them rame Fire Chief Kenlon and
hattan HesdqUATtera. Before a hnlf flour was Rime alxty engines and trucks
were working on una lire The flrehoate William l Htrong, Abram s
I al.wltt, New Yorker and David A. Body of tha department and nine Are tugs
. of the Standard Oil Company took up positions In front of the burning ijuad-
tangle on tha River.
So terrlrVi waa tha heat of Met flames
that the long row of Injured win had
hen rrlerl out Aram the kvulikhur I
works and laid In the ares of a mjlliMng '
across ths atraat arare in denser rf
J being roaated restore tha nrennen rould"
Tarry them to me amimlance rrom
tare hospitals, two hlooka away. Vol
unteers wish wet tilankat nrar thalr
heada scoured the near vicinity of the
fire to tank up any Who might have
waen ovanlookad In tha elret Jianty
exodua.
To add to ths confusion panic spread
In the snlla rows of Unement build.
lag on North Tenth, Eleventh and,
- Twelfth street east of Kent ft VMM
Women and child ran potirad from the
tenements Into the alraata filial with
choking sulphur fumes and had to ha
. gtlottad to safety by squada of jolic
mea. who groped In bh murk.
WARIHOU4E TAKES FIRE AND
ADOS TO THE PANIC.
Bafbra ererjr one nad been taken from
tits taaenienta tha big atorehoue of the
Be oo kirn Eaatern Dhttrlel Terminal
Company on th south aids of North
; ' Tenth etreat, aaroas Kant n venue from
Be burning autfttiur work- Isapad Into
flint Than tha atnothertog amok from
tha balad liar within added Its plt
aoloraa column to thoa tumbling from
the sulphur Infernn.
Aa soon as the ofnVlals of the Pratt
Oil Works saw tha menace of the lira
two blocks away they began pumping
tha crude oil from their aqunrn block
nrea of tanks and retorts through pipe
ltnea to Newtown Creek rereplaNee a
mile away. ThouRh tha pumpe workad
. at sop epaad and the .standar1 Oil flre
boata played puny atreame of water on
tha tanks and buildings ore began to
sprout from oornlca and gabla In tha
outlying bulldtoga of tha Pratt oom-
pound before tha original conflagration
(had reached Its height
THREE SOLID BLOCKS OP FIRE
ALONG RIVER.
, Than taw aeal yard of tha ak-rant on
(, asaS Lehigh Valley Oempeay began to
naaoiJVVer and burnt Into Mama Triui
i omplrtad tha onain of fire. There ware
i nrea Bona blocks or flame along the
trgSertiiiga. from (North Tenth etreat to
liuamwlck Crank eg North Thirteenth
street
At 2.M all tour walla of tha aulphur
works sagged, than crashed inward. VI re
Chief Kenlon, wno waa ataadtog on
Kent avenue, saw tha premonitory
waver of ttie dra-eaten waJU and
saeatad an order which quickly draw
Ik) firemen assay from danger. Several
1 1 nea of hoe war burled la the flray
rbower that toppled down ISO feat to
sortm a great pyre where one tha big
building had stood.
At 1. In the building on the outer cir
cle of the Pratt Oil Works veer aflame,
eome warehouaee whoa ownership
rould net be determined beeeuea of the
Jealoualy guarding circle of llama, but
which atood on Kent avenue, acroas the
street from the Union Sulphur Com
panjf plant, were In flames, and the
firemen were concentrating their efforts
toward saving the plant of the Union
ilea Comany.
A rough estimate of the log ao far
waa put at 11.000.000.
E
SAYING HE GOT PAY
TO KILLROSENTHAL
Slayer of Zelig, in Statement
to Evening World, Refutes
Story
of "Confession.'
W-r,1r' John el Kennedy of King sjn
Prtaon to-day kavMatlgated, at rh rs
quaat of The Bvenlng World the report
rl "ni-w c wfaalun" of "Rd
Davidson, in wtilottj he waa alktg!
te have eacuipated Pokw-djutenant
t'harioa Ke kr of the ItosenthaJ mur
fi. Warden Knn.i fouivd that tht
yam as lillt upon an lnxohrnt
ustemont that a prloner. Thomas H.
1 rarsaU, dsolarea David eon niaoj to
him last wk. Havtdaon Mmsalf, cow-
ring and urlmring h,fore the warden,
d.nlei Iw had ever mentioned the
HoawithaJ case to Peareell or any othr
person AJao. he deraled any knowledg.
of the HoaMMhal munVer or of the part
I hat Ueut. He k.-i played hi It
The sluyer of Jack Zellg ocruplee s
rcll In the BOTth tier of the pls.in. IU
was plaied In this cell on Nov. e las'.
riswJwall, who is sarvlng twenty-year
i e m fur manslaughter, has lioen a ptls
oner In the same tier since Oct. JO,
He now performs the functions of tier
man, that Is, locks hla fellow nrfwiner
In and assists the turnkeys In inen ai
dutle. The report that PMMgU taad
Davidson woi k on the same stone pllt
Is unfounded, a Iiavur-on works In the
, sliops as a garment makur. Paarsali
, alao has an Indoor job.
After Davidson had uttered his giov
tuK denials, Pearsall was uuustlonrd
by aWrden Kennedy.
I 'D l Davidson tell you anytnlng about
the HVienthal case'"' asked the Warden.
"He did," aald Pearaall. On the day
hi was locked up he said: 'I know all
about the urn i dri of Herman Itossntlin!
.Zeiig took m to Jereey City and waa
wlnh me when I thought iMie revolver.'"
i Tag revolver with whldl he afterward
DAVIDSON D
NIES
and the yellow smoke rarrled partial
and an automobile water tower lum
In nnswer to the "Borough call." With
Fire Commissioner Johnson from Man
HELD AS SWINDLER,
ACCUSED BY FOLK
Had to Pay "Appraiser's Fees,
Then Harney Wouldn't
'I .end, They Say.
I
Pour persona Who wanted to borrow
money told Magistrate Fraohl to Any
that William Ilamey. who has an office
at No. U Church atreei. promlaed to let
tfhem have what they needed and then
wouldn't glva It to them. They lold of
feeing aant to Herbert R. flnyder, who
has an oflloe at No. 37 liberty street,
and nrhiim Harney called his appraiser,
of giving up money thr for appralaal
fea and than of being unable to get
It back.
Taat rauaed Oeorg K. cummlnga,
who Is In the cereal bustnaa with an
office at No. n Wall afreet, to get out
a warrant for Harney charging him
with larreny of 1300 he aay he gave
KnjMer. And the three others who
called thamsetre victim went with
Oummlnga up to tha Mnrrlsanla Court
to-day to t entity agalnat Harney.
Ounanlneys aald he end an ad. to the
effect that Harney had lota of money
to loaa oa real aetata. Cunwnlnga be
thought htm self of a big treat ha own
up In Vermont end alao of 10,000 1n
cash ha happened to aead at tha mo
ment. He hastened to the offices of
Harney. He told rh llagletrat Harney
bad aald be had about gl .600,00(1. part of
the estate of Charles CSV Haroway, a
deeeaaed PIMaburgh millionaire, and he
waa wiring to tend It on good mort-
Barney manlfeatad
t Interest In hla Vermont property
amid referred him to Snyder. Gummbige
announced he had an apcaaeaer of hie
own and euggeeted n go to Vermont
with flnyder, eat Harney, be aay. ob
jected Unrdar. It la aald, demanded a
M0 fee and Cummlnga eatd n paid Mm.
But that waa aa near ae Oummmga
haa oome to getting hie ten, cm Ha aav
Harney haa offered on teonntcal oojeo
Hon after another.
Than cam Col. Arthur O. O ranger of
Carteravllle, Oa, Col. Uramger eald he
saw the ad. He owns a piece of prop
erty in Ilergen County. N. J., and ha
decided to use it aa a lever to raise
ix, Mm Accordingly he wrote a friend
to look up Harney and make arrange
ment. Mr. Hrny ssaan't doing business
with agent, ao Col. O ranger nam to
New York. He aaya ha waa aant to
Hnydsr, too, and gave Bnydar 10 to
appraise his property. Harney heard
tha place waa laaaed to a Jewish ten
ant, Granger aald. and announced the
Haroway estate would not lend money
on property ocrnupled by Jewe. Then
Oranerer gav hla tenant llto to move
and waa told h would gat hla loan.
Granger aald he would be satisfied If
he got his money back.
Mrs. Anna Jacquee of No. M Hope
street, wire ot W. H. Jacques of Olen
Rock, N. J., aaked Harney for Ifi.nno
on the lllen Rock property she owns
snd ssys she paid Snyder IX 8he could
nevr discover why ahe didn't gat the
K.U00. Harney, shs saya, told, hsr aha
could have It
Herman Marrhnr. In business at No.
Ill Manhattan street, living at No. stt
Amsterdam avenue, told the last story.
He wanted Hl.ono on the property at No.
160 Le avenue, Yonkera, and aaya he
gave Snyder KB. But that waa tht
last of It.
Harney, who waa represented by
Robert J. Hair, No. SM Ilroadway,
offered no explanation. He waived e
amtnataon, and Magistrate Presold held
him for the Orand Jury without ball.
killed Zellg In October.) " He gav me
M0 and told me to kill Beuker or
Rosenthal. Tha echeme was If 1 got
He ke, to blame tt on Rosenthal, and If
I got Rosenthal to blame it on Backer
After Rosenthal waa killed Zg earns
to m and demanded the t&UO back. As
1 had spent HO 0t It, I couldn't give
It to him, ao he hit me with a blackjack
and took the W I had left.' "
This was positively all that Davtdaon
had told mm. Pearaall aaeurad the war
den. IVarsall denied he had repotted
Davidson's conversation to anybody, but
It waa learned that "Red Phil" hsd a
visitor on Saturday, a man naimad Hlgta
uiund s. .i win is an nat aid acquaint
ance of Da-tdon. Whan Warden Kan.
uedy questioned Davidson he denied he
him uld anything to Holiwarts alout
th Rosenthal csar I'earsall time a
almllar denial, !ut Warden Kennedy de
clares SahMgjSj was th onjly person
who oould hav taken the weird rn
out of prtaon and eought to niuiie cap.
Itul with It NgTMll had written u let
ter to John K. Mclntyre, hut hla note
had n t beetl mailed or dellvcrinV
l.leut IWker's wife and his brother,
Lieut. John Hacker, called at tha prlaon
to leo Hecker, this afternoon. Mrs.
sVtaaer had heard of the Davidson
" inr.nslon" und hoped there was soiu.
thing In It. Hit got her first news of
It from a report In a morning newspaper.
WHO SOUGHT LOANS
GIBSON
UNMOVED
BY COUNSEL'S LAST
PLEA MIS LIFE
None Saw Lawyer Kill Mrs.
Szabo, is Elder's Demand
for Acquittal.
JUROR IS QUESTIONED.
Justice Tompkins Rules Tint
Case Hinges on Proof of
Throttling.
Ilaaclal from s Staff Onrrssmedent f The
Ftei.lni World I
OJOSHBN. N. Y , Nov 16 With Mri
Burton W Oibeoa unable longer to holu
her emotions In check and weeplne
oft lv. Assistant District-Attorney Was
eervogel to-day demanded the life or
her husband, the accused New York
City lawyer, for the murder of nki
cltent. Mra. Rosena Menechlk Ssabo
A.
Mr. Waaaervngrl. beginning hla
aummlng up for the State, draw a word
Picture of the Oreenwood Lavke tragedy
of Judy U aa tha proseoutlon sens it.
Mra. (Mboon'e Hps began to tremble.
Soon, while the prosecutor attempted to
draw closer and closer the net of evi
dence around her husband, a tear atnle
down her cheeka and tier hand cllitohed
tightly together.
While Mr. Wseasrrogal was fingering
a law book preparatory to hla address,
Osbeon art mated the attention of Rob
ert H. Elder. Ma ehlef counsel, and
wtilapered to him to erplatn Mr. Men
echlk'e part in the trial, netting the
rermleelon of the Court. Mr. Wider re.
turned to hie former position before the
jury box and esld
"If oihson had any Idea of diverting
Mra. Saabo'a estat to his own uaa
would ha have gone trying to find Mrs
I'etmnella Menechlk. whom he knew
aa her beneficiary? No. he would have
let matters drop and kept the money."
With a final plea for "fair play from
American men for an American man"
Mr. Rider closed.
Tha scene In Juetlce Tompkins's
courtroom in the miniature Orange
County Court Houee ae Attornsy El
der autnrned up wae one that has
had few parallels CMbeon, Impas
sive, analytical; hla wife, a bright
eyed, collected vision In brown, allow
ing not tha slightest augury of hys
teria, and Elder, poised on lose, head
back and eyee aweeplng from tha bench
to the jury bos.
The summing up began with a review
of the tanttmony of th State's wit
nesesa from that of Boatman DeWitl
to ghat of Mrs. Veronica MenechSt. the
woman wgto swore Ulbeon tried to
make her any bar first or middle name
wave PerroMUa. Mbe Mrs. Saabo'a
mother.
NONE SAW MURDER, 18 DE
FENSE'S STRENGTH.
"All we ask is a fair chance," aald
Elder. "The case agalnat this man Is
purely circumstantial. There la no one
who can aay truthfully he saw anything
happen in the boat from whloh Olbeon
and his client. Mrs Ssabo, ware plunged
Into Oreenwood lake on July It, other
than this man already has described.
"Assuming.'' Mr. Elder continued,
"that Ofbson did put one arm across
the woman's shoulders as they were
passing each other In the boat to ex
change aeats. was It not a natural
movement T Would he not do this to
steady Uiem both In an unstiible, ruck
ing boat? And might he not. In all
naturalness, place the other hand be
neath the woman's throat, perhaps on
her upper arm, perhaps on her
shoulder
"And Is It Incompatible with Inno
cenoe for a man about town to over
turn a boat at which he grasps?"
)''urther on In hla summary, when Mr.
Elder aald that the Jury hud only to
den.de whether or not Mrs. Uulxi hud
been strsngled by (Jlbson, Justice Tomp
kins interrupted.
"The only charge upon which I shall
Instruct the Jury Is the one of strangu
lation," he eaild, alguincantly. This
amounted to a grant of Elder's request
that th state be made to elect upon
whloh count In tha indictment Oil on
would be triad.
No such ( lowed aver had besieged the
orange County Courthouse aa that
which fought Hi. si iff Southorland's army
of dtputlss at the aftermon session for
ths final scene in the trial. Uir biggest
event IS Oothen's history. When the
last available apace waa crowded with
' standees, there remained an overflow on
the stslrs, In the lower corridor and on
j ths sidewalk.
I Mr. Elder went on with his summing
up, apparently careful to avoid attack
ing tha State a structure of motive. The
fire waa concentrated on tha leoUplogl
point whether or not Mis Szabo was
i strangled. Dr. Otto II. Hchultse. the
.New tgrg i omner a physician, who per
termed the sutupsy and found the cause
of Dlbsnn's cICeut's death to have been
strangulation, was hsld by Elder to be
a powerful witness for the defense, who
allowed seal to overcome hint. Of Dr.
Arthur Mei''. the young physician
from the Htate Hospital at Mlddlctown.
witness for the defense, Mr Elder said
"He Is not a professional expeit. but he
would not dare to lie In this community,
where he has been known for years."
Klder returned to bis seat beside Mrs.
Olbson after talking nearly three hinir.i.
and '.Mr Wasservogel began tu sum up
for the hHftte
JUROR QUESTIONED AFTEK
RUMOR OF APPROACH.
Ilefore court opened, tumors of at
tempt at Jury fixing were r'.fe and there
were those who saw Importance In fe
fa -t that Juror No. 5-Harry Twedille -was
called from the box by Justice
TotlspklM and SMSl fifteen minutes in
To Curs Thai Tickle Spend a Nickel.
gad Uresi 4- Oaufk Dregs, sc. esc bex. A4rt
Actress Who Will
And Judge Who'll Be Best Man
iJKr
i "MMMMeH.'. ;''BMMMMel
4 , '
yV TO WED DENVERITE
eJoOGH BEjM.a-LINDSe
an ante-room with five Judge. Tweddle
la a farmer from the Montgomery dis
trict. After i he conference he resumed
his Bent in 1h toox.
Marly to-dayi a report waa made to
Assistant Ilstrlct-Attorney Waaservogel
that Juror No. 6 had spent ten minutes
on Friday afternoon in a cafe convera
Ing with a person who often haa been
seen with the attorney for the defence
and their wltneasea
Although Assistant District-Attorney
Waaservogel. District-Attorney Whit
man's aide, who has been trying the Olb
son case for District-Attorney Roger of
Orange County, reiterated that he was
confident of a verdict of guilty, he add
ed that he had taken precaution which
would prevent Ulbaon, in any event,
from leaving the courtroom a free man.
Ha would not aay Just what other
charge he waa holding over the accused
lawyer's head.
The expected laat witness for the de
fnae whose testimony Mr. Elder got
permission to Introduce did not appear
to -a a. Head Into the record. Instead.
waa the deposition of Walter Miller, aa
taken before a commission sn Jersey
City. Miller sworn aeory partly aub
stantiated that of Tom Oanieon, tha
Oreenwood Lake guide. Who swore he
had blocked up th head of the woman's
body after It waa taken from th lake
to atop a flow of blood from tha noae.
Millar aald he saw ths blood, contra
dicting Htate witnesses who swore Chert
was none.
COMMISSIONER DOUGLAS,
DIX'S BROTHER-IN-LAW,
HAS SALARY GARNISH EED.
Court Orders $28.84 Deducted
Each Week From His Pay
to Satisfy Judgment.
(Special to The Krenlng WMSJ
ADBA..NY, Nov. 26. -Curtis N. 1 .mights,
Oov. Dig' I brother lahW whom the
Governor appointed PuhllQ S artf! Ot Com
missioner of this district to guooagd
YVInneld A. Huppuah, resigned on the
day after election, is not to be allowed
to enjoy In its entirety the fat tl5,O00
u year salary attached to that position,
ltcarlnnlnit to-duy fcS.&l will be doJiuctMl
each week. The fact Is C.Mivmissioner
Douglas's salary has been Knrnlaheed to
satisfy a Jisljrmrnt of tli.o.H.M. It Is
llgurod thut Mr. Douglas salary of
$16,iiOU a year amounts to lnnm g week.
The new garnishee law allow 10 cr
oent. of a man'a income to be deducted
to sutlsfy a debt, whloh explain the
reason Hint fM.U will he taken each
week from his Kilnry.
The Judgment against Mr. Douglas
was secured In New York In slay, n il
by William S, I.awaon and Harry B
Day. surviving members of the ropart
nara hip of W. H. l.awaon A Co.. a New
York brokerage concern now out of
buslnees. A transcript of the Judgment
was filed In the County Clerk's office
here July 2(1, 1911, and an execution
was levied on hie proerty by the Al
bany County Sheriff July j., 19H.
wua returned UrtSgtlaAed and no further
action was taken by the creditors un
til to-day, when Justice rtudd Issued
an order tinder the garnishee law di
recting the Sheriff to levy Commis
sioner Douglas salary to the amount
of 12 l until the Judgment. Interest
on It and fees are sutslsflpd or the or
der modified. Under Shorlff ration
to-day served the order on Edward P.
Kearney, with a deputy to the State
I'omptroller. who has charge of the
paving of the salaries of State officials,
and also on Chairman Stevena of the
Public Service Commission They are
directed to see that the levy of .84
a week 1m paid.
TWELVE MEN KILLED:
ONE HUNDRED INJURED
IN MILL EXPLOSION.
Heavy Lou of
Hunt of Corn
Life Reported at
Product! Com
pany in VVauksfaii, IU.
WAUKBOAN, HI. Nov. X-Tvve.v.
men are reported killed and mors that!
one hundred Injured In an explosion at
the plant uf the Com Products Com
pnny here.
The explosion wiu. In the starch house.
SEATTLE IS SHAKEN.
FKATTI.K. Wash. Nov. tt. Three
slight earthquake shorks have been
recorded here within the last eighteen
hours.
Wed This Week,
I linilllUMI I II1U LIL
Actress and Police Commis
sioner Will Marry at Form
er's Country Home.
If there len't a faaet of reason and
a flow of soul when Blanche Hates, the
actress, marries George Creel, Den
ver's reform Police Commissioner, on
the evening of Thanksgiving Day at her
country horns at Oealntng It won't be
for lack of folk who revel In that aort
of thing.
The call haa gone out far and wide,
and Oaalnlng la the Mecca for a mighty
throng of writers, reformers, actors
and figure well known In the society
life of New Tork and other cities. More
than a hundred of them have been in
vited, and preparatlona are being mads
to entertain all of them at a big
Thanksgiving dlnnsr and ball after the
wedding ceremony la performed at t.lt
o'clock.
Already tha clan are gathering on
the Bate farm, and Mies Bates, former
Bslaaeo atar and beloved of American
theatregoera, waa busy with housekeep
ing duties to-day, preparing for their
entertainment. That waa why Mr.
Creel had to talk to an Evening World
reporter Mlsa Bates was superintend
ing the furbishing of numerous and
sundry guest rooma
"Who's going to perform the cere
mony?" Mr. Creel waa asked.
JUDGE BEN LIND8EY WILL BE
THE BEST MAN.
"Good heavens, who do you think
you're talking tn?" demanded Mr. Creel.
"Don't you know I'm only the bride
groom. I haven't any Idea about any
of the plans except what 1 pick up
casually."
But Mr. Creel did know Judge Ben
I.lndaey, the author of Denver's notod
Juvenile Court, had arrived officially,
departed Incognito for a brief run down
to New York and would be back of
flitally to-night to assist In welcoming
the other house party guests. Judge
Ialndsey will be the best man at the
wedu.ng-Just as Mr. Creel has been his
best man In bag a dozen political cam
paigns In Denver.
Harvey J. O'HIggins also Is on hand.
Mr. O'Hlggtns didn't have such a long
distance to com as some or the others.
Mr. O'HIggins helped In Denver's clean
up and It only natural he should play
a part In fhe festivities. He ceiabratej
with Judge Lindsay In "The Beast and
the Jungle." and Mr. Creel helped a lot
In gathering she .material for the bonk.
Mr. O'HIggins will be an usher.
Brand Whltlock. author nd reform
Mayor of Toledo, Is expected to le the
other iiaher. He will be If the ship m
which he Is returning from Kurooe
reaohee New York In time. Mr. Creel
d.dn't know what ship It was, but said
it was expected Thursday or Friday.
If it duean't arrive until the latter day
there will be another author on hand
to usher. Osslnlng will l a mlniaturo
Mtate of Indiana on Thursday.
Mrs. Rupert Hughes will he the ma
tron of honor. There may be aome
bridesmalda, too, but Mr. Creel asn t
sure on the point t-day Mrs. Hughes,
wife uf the novelist and playwright, hits
been a close friend of Miss Bates lor
many years.
HOW THE ROMANCE STARTED
OUT IN DENVER.
Aflsr the neddlng Mr. Creel and his
Hoods
Sarsaparilla
From thi time it wus Oaraflllly
perft't'ted from the prescription
of Dr. Oliver of Boston , to tho
present day, has remained the
same. Always best.
(irt it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Ssrtgtabe.
bride trill s:i.r-.l ,i (trek or so at )eln-
ing and iben go to Porte Rieoi Panama.
'una and Yn BlSn. T.iey will return n
Denver to t.slde In a hanlsome home
Mr. '"reel baa built on "Inspl-atlon
Point," which lilts Hates pi ked oir as
the place whrr she wanted to live
when she ana last In Denver. Tt lg
said she is thtougt, w ill the stage for
ad time.
The wedding of Miss Hate, and Mr.
Creel is the rrtull ..r two peoi e MtV
ing close to tha Joos. Mist Hates was
plsvlnv In Derive:- nt the head of her
own compar .. '. .tee years ago. Mr
i 'reel wae the dramatic critic of the
Den ver Reek) Mo mtsln Newa. He
liked the shoe and especially the star.
He demanded that he be Introduced
and he sto el well enough with ths
ninungeinei.l to gel what he asked
later he derided lie wanted Mtss Ratgt
as a wife. This was a more dlfllcult
task snd required three years to make
It an iiorimi plished fact, but trifles of
this ndrt don't worry Mr. Creel.
Sine he met Mlsa Itates he has de
serted dramatic criticism for pontics.
He took a big lead In the reform move
ment In Denver, he waa on the crest of
the wave which swept the city laat
spring, and he was appointed poll
commissioner In the new resume, lie
has stirred up the police oopartment
and kept things humming tn Denver
ever since he has been on the Job.
WON FAME AS "GIRL OF THE
GOLDEN WEST."
Miss Bates, probably best known aa
"The Olrl of the Hidden Weat." wna
born In Oregon. Oolng back to Colo
rado Is only living up to the part 8he
had her professional debut In San
Francisco, but attracted general atten
tion whan shs Joined Augustln Daly's
company In 1891. Bhe first appeared
as a Belaaro star in the Japanese one
aot play, "Madame Butterfly." Later
sh atarred in "Th Darling of tho
Clods." "Under Two Flags" and other
productions.
Mlas Bates was married to Lieut.
Milton F. Davis of the First United
states Cavalry In 1900, but they soon
separnted. Hhe haa lived with her
mother in New Tork or at Oseinlng
alnca then, except when she was tn
ths road.
SUFFRAGISTS RE-ELECT
DR. ANNA SHAW PRESIDENT.
Choice Made Unanimous by Na
" ' --" :.. i iu :i .. I -i .. i .. I
IHM1.II , 'IIVltlMWil 111 I il.l.KK Ij'.li.l
Jane Addams Ran Fourth.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 6. Dr.Anna
Howard Hhaw waa thU afternoon re
elected President of the National
American Woman Suffrage Association.
The vote waa. Dr. Shaw, 291; Laura
Clay. Kentucky, 10; Catherine W. Mc
Cullough, Illlnola 1; Jane Addams,
Chicago, 11. Th re-election of Dr.
Shaw waa made unanimous.
WILSON HAS INDIGESTION.
Attack Prevent Him Taking Sail
With Governor of Barsnnda,
HAMILTON, Bermuda. Nov. .-I'reeldent-elect
Wilson suffered to-day
from a slight attack of Indigestion,
which compelled Um to declln an Invi
tation to take a sail on the private
yacht ot the Governor and Commander-in-Chief
l.leut. -lien. Uir Oeorge M.
Bullock. Mra. Wilson and her daugh
ter, however, accepted.
Oov. Wilson has accepted an Invitation
to attend an amateur theatrical per
formance on Thursday as the gueat of
Sir Oeorge and Lady Bulkock. It la to
be a big aodal event. In referring to
the invitation. Mr. Wilson said:
"I am not bald enough yet to sit In
the first row, hut I am going anyhow."
"I learn with sincere regret of Sena
tor Kayner's death," eald President
elect Wilson to-day. "The oouotry has
lost an able and patriotic servant. It
will be very dlfllcult to replace hlin."
50 MEN BURNED BY CAVE-IN.
Thlrlg Badlr Injured Reamed From
Mine Other Kieape.
WIL.K.BS-BARRK. Pa. Nov. 26. Ptriy
meji were caught behind a rave-In at
No. 2 .rnjne of the ttarnura Coal Com
pany at Plttston to-day. Thfr of the
man were taken out, aome of them seri
ously Injured. Others nuinag.d to make
their own way out.
It Is not known as yet wheghey any
more men are In the mine- Heacuere
are at work.
"A thing of beauty
and a joy" for
a whole season a
Young Hat It never
loses its freshness be
fore you are ready to
buy the next one.
Derbies and Soft Hats, S3 & $4.
rFURS
KRMODEI.I.Cn AND
HE NOVATED I NSx
.1 DAYS
T I U 1
KIR (OATS ms) otff 130
FUR SETS in. ' our IB
KtlR COATS rtllned .j. 10
ANT SHADE IHlAPANTIfKn SATIN.
NEW rt'H KXrilAN'IRD EOH OLD.
LITTLE FUR Sr.OP
SUITE At, Hit W. SITU STnCCT
Tikt Eleittor,
NlH'l 1.1 V HOUaM? Ill
WORSTED KNIT GOODS
Auto knittiil tiwpittvr
( OH I a MIKl r-t, IIos.lt rj
anil Knit IndrnrMr for
Mrn.Mumrii nnd t .iliUrrn.
Art Needlework Exhibit
Olt tile Itrilronj
romjilcto In every ditR
HENRY HESSE,
300 Sixth Ave. 24-26 St.
Dr. V.C.BELL'S
TOOTH POWDER
Better than the Kind
You Are Usiryl
HORACE WATERS & CO
WATERS
PIANOS
Founded 1845
Horace Waters & Go.
hgye selected from their large
and elegant gtock of Pianos
and Player-Pianos the follo-r-ing
leaders on which to make
A Special Offer
at low prices andon easy terms :
Style A Waters Upright
An artistic piano of the high
est grade, celebrated for its
Mli rich, deep tone with fine
singing quality one of our
most popular styles, only
250
$10 down and $7 monthly
and no charge for interest.
Style 8 5 Chester Piano
7H octaves, 3-gtrfnged, full
iron frame, ivory keys, good,
durable tone and handsome
case.
Warranted 6 years,
190
on payments of only
$5 Per Month
without interest.
Stool, tuning and deli very free.
Style 5 Player-Piano
with full scale, 88 notes and
automatic tracker. A most ex
cellent and up-to-date Player
Piano that is simple and easy
to play. Price
390
on payments of only
$8 Monthly
and no charge lor interest or
extras.
Sent) Postal for Catalogue
Horace Waters &Co.
Three Stores:
134 Fifth Ave., near 18th Street.
127 West 42d St., near Broadway.
Harlem Branch (Open Eraninfs)
254 West 125th St., nr. 8th Aie.
HIM IB PROMPT, SAFE RCLIgF
Headscbe, baik-srbe. slde-sohe. uterc
ovsriao pains yield qulcklj to these woo
derlul pain relievers
ANTI-KAMNIA TABLETS
Thrr he-in rastt . auIeH t.er sag slitenre uf Btirn
sTnrnpiix ano ai',i -i
-Oft art? nmtthmr iMoUorU
rtlrfiutoni nor JMeW
ror-t.rTl
At All DruscUU
mmsm
rIO a 2s fast rVcSet-aofM
i uMuee-kMit tbaratv miwtm wmm tk taMsVl
ftplgnflid for cold-, ralarrb.gor tLruat, ). Pttwgel
nt and run. OVtr 11 mhlloa tubtM atreevdr ttold. I
Oe( Ko
Urk II It foius.
mnuuii s. in sevni ia r 7 or dud iuige. gonir
41 drufajial arcter Larw.
atamjie HUB.
LV m BWaLlaUsSESZ tlXE
World Wants Work Wonders.
penny A lKiuNa vm!)Fmw
Special lor Monday, tbe 251b
As-.ll It I I .D M T Bl.tlSSOMSl
10c
.Ztv value eisewnere.
rOl Nil BDX
Monday's Ottering
.uiixirr silCKMi it.v
lie -S Ss
el set. here.
rr;B tin
191
I'urL llow und f'ortlnniJt atrret atorra
mi our ti' mfii hHtunluy
Milk Chocolate Covered
Maraschino Cherries
itJt'h gaii 1 luti'loua French Maraarhlnn
i ' h a r r 1 l- it . I u 1 n I ail w 1 1 h a watt t crism
and co area tnickiy uiir.
ovtred thickly with
1 1-s. of our Prcmluia
botjolate. g
a t i.i ii i.
39c
UUk Cbo
I Seals. A aJ
ri Gi
ndjejnci Upright
Pianos
Clearing sale tn
njakr reom for
llolidny Stork
ef
STRICH A
ZEIDLER
PIANOS
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of well kanwa nuhra.
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KUKMROS
MNDBMAN
HUNKS BRO.H
sag s ssrietr ef ether aakes.
UPRIOHTH. ts. 1100. HIS. n .TV UK) sail an
Grands, $200 to $600.
Btrrrat m Hleni ftS-int I'lieMit'oa. tr
alleftatij iiiex), rrom f.10 to 1400.
ftetWartory ttrnu irraVAfH.
rsUl, emu or pfcoats) for partlridan.
PboM 3197 (MM, lkatio t nti
T HirfMODIi rf
STRICH & ZEIDLER
30 Wtat 30th ML
rilbftJltiibrr ar
l a wnni wria m
K , ... w
GET ACQUAINTED
WITH OUR WAY
The
I (meet
Prices
Straightforward
Advertlalng
The
Best
Qaalltlesnniava
Every
thing Right
Small
Weekly or
Monthly
Oak
Ktten-
sli.n
Tal.le.
value
glS.
Fair and Sauors
Oaatlng
Psymtnti.
EASY TERMS
Open Mender a gaturdar I mil WFJM
26,
28'
Ct u " n 1 n
iiiviiu iiciu J uiui ciiaa
Aro Absolutely Strrmiroof
A sew oat II lb ulna breikt H
Guaranteed waterproof and fast
black) for men and women.
Prices $1.00 t $10.00
ON SALE MOST ANYWIIKRK
if you can't get "Storm Hero" write to
Miller Bros. & Co.,
362 Broadway. New York.
Wt will ssnd yon thr neurit at nnrnt dtalrr
Uefi3M
. It - 11 ggf sf
eaSBai ! iBthit
9
Clothing
FOR MEN. WOMEN & CHILDREN
No Money $f A
Down 1 Week
Me rarer Ike meat elaborala assert -menl
of this semsea's best hand-taUered
rarnienle: also
hURS AND FUR COATS
mt nrlces mnrh Iowa UkM wbat rM
mrr rernstomotj to nu.
WISrrfiKrSG
316 West 125tb St.. nr. 8th Ave.
2858 3d Ave., 1 49th St., Bronx
DIED, j
in RNFS On Runday. Nor. 14. allCHABO..
belov.d husbsnd og Ihs late JuiIa liyrnss.
nt his r.sl.lm.-s. No. 37 Best 144th at.!
New Tork City.
Notice of funeral hrearter.
M'KNTEK. On Saturday. Nov. ts, n his
twentieth vsr. RAYMOND K. M'BNTEE.
baluxed sun uf Michael and Annie ato
Entee. Funersl from Leon B. Heller Funeret
Parlor 834 W. 42d St.. Tussday. Nov.
'jsth. Mass at 10 A. M. Holy Crass
Church. W. 4 2d st.
"CIIK1 KHF.K. On Saturday at hla home.
No. 240 W. 144th St.. WILLIAM H.
SCHRISmKR.
Funeral services will be held at S e'eleck
Monday evening. Interment Bvergreen
Cemetery. Elisabeth. N. J.. Tueaday
morning st t o'clock.
SMITH. Nov. 21. at his realdance. (40
West Rnd ava.. JAMES jr.. beloved hus
bsnd of Anna C. and fsthsr of Frank
w . Jamaa A.. Charles C. Mas O. snd
Anna C.
Pun. isl from Church of the Aacenslen.
loTth at., near Broadway, 10 A. ai.
Thursday. Nov. 2R. Kindly omit flowers.
TBAI'EV. OS Nov. 28. JAMES F. TRA
CE I, beloved brother of Mrs. John
Cleary and lata Johanna Fltspatrtek.
Funf-ral from Sit Washington av..
Parkvllls. Tuesday at 1.80 F. at. Inter
ment. OsJvary Cemsterr.
Sunday World Wants
Work Monday Wonders.
I Trade M...K.I
Specie, lor lueiday. he 2Hi
I'HOCOLtTIt NI T ( UK.VM SJ -r.
HlSHKSl 5u value else- I I
where. I'Ot.ND BOX aVyV
mesaay s unering
nsgsniMi i .Ttsrr a4asa;
24c
vs-ut fisgrToarr.
BOX
open ever
yyening
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