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THE rVEWIWO WOUXD, TTTn ZTTrAT
OTHBTBIB 2"6, 1912.
REPORTED SLAIN '
Absence From His Post Added
to the Mrain Between
Austria and Servia.
VIF.NNA. Nnr. M-Herr fVosshsjilt.
Ausirn-Hiinvarlan Consul i Prlsrcnd,
srrlved at llason yesterday frrnn (hut
elty. News reached the Auatro-Hun-serlan
Torrltfti ofluVc in an offli-lal tele
gram to-day and its.;..... of the rumor
that the Consul had MOT IIMnMlt
No drrrrt new hsd teen rer-rlved from
llerr Prooh.iskn ?r a month and hi
alienee aevc rise to ruimrs that he hud
heen killed and raiisi'il great tension tn
tha relations h .! i Austria-Hungary
If Prochaaka hat no toff of III
treatment to tell, unr or the most sell
out grounds for trouble between Aus
tral and Hervla wlO have been MMHt
bOMSOMi Nov 21. No change for
!he worse In thi tnt'-rnatlnnal political
altuatlnn t.t MM liy UN war In
tha Hulk. ii,-. In vkdtile to-day. eirept
In mo far a tha laitilinued tenalun de
tfMM UH anility Of dlplomary In re
alat a rupture.
HT. PHTKHHIII1IHI. Nov l -The
Kmperor of Russia re. clved (ha Aimtro
llunaaruin Ambnsavlor In audience io
oay at Tssrskoe-Holo.
TO CALL ANTJ-WAR STRIKE.
oi-laiui. Plan World-Wide Tie-
. I p nn DM
BV.MKI.. Hwltierland, Nov. 36 - The In-It-rriHllnnal
.-., 1.1! imnirres BwJIed here
I to dl'-iisa means o f ii .-vi-ntlitK win , and
specialty to oppose 'ha spread of the
f ia)knn itruirirli'. ii-dny dawldad Ml an
mil-war strike of all tradet throuahoiil
tha world M COOttfiUa lhe full iwenty
our tiowr or I X I 16. The delegates
were Instructed la do their nttnosl la
enlist the -o ,,.-i n i i,,i or worklnK'ncu
verywhere. Tlielr camiMlgn will oulml
Ml rtth a h traw meeilng In every
-Tiportant cMy In Burope, Hml In Atncr
a aa well If It ran Or arranged,
I -a. 11
iCocsUnsaed trtm Flrat Plage.)
' a ;
umra mere aald to bavo Mood 11 to 1
Juatlca Tompklna antarad the court
room at ll.lt and nnouncad thai ih
mry wMol lo repolt Hherlff Dookor
aaia In vtlb Glbaott. The Clark of the
ooart aafaad fAoraman Ilkoka: "Oentla
man. Mioa you noaahetWa wardlct?"
"Wa Mr? riot "
"On yon Mnk you wVI ha aMo to
reaoh a verdk t?""
TM f II liiMI. anawvrrd. "Wa tbfnk
At thte ooMt O I boon auraaui to hla f.-et
and IntoriKMiil- the Judko. ho wnal
thanUtxc 'M J'lry. and aild: "May 1
make. Tour Hotter"
"Stop!" aald tha Juaika, ralaina; hist
ataad Ma votoa. laaoad over
ha labia and aajrt:- I otiouhl like to havai
"TMM your aaal ! ' ' amid Juatlca Timp
Tha fbrora wera than dlarharcrd. aftar
thar had baan rhantaod by tha Court
:ind adaionlaliod aboot talklnaT of tha
caaa or their dallbarMlona In Iho Jury
inoaa, BMoa It iMBhl Ifittuenca a auuao
nuaat lury aami Olbaiaji a triad attain
(Mhaiai waa raoiandtal to Mlwrlfr Ueckar
end taken buret to bio rail.
BATUVriiD." SAYS MRS. GIB-SON
AND THANKS THE JURORS.
In thla cloalni acono of the trial for
hla Ufa, aiboon for tiio rtrei tima did
not have hla wife at hla aide. Not more
than half an hour bofore ahe -had been
.allad to tba IxHne of lira. Sharf.
-vheia aha board, by a meaaajlo to Mr.
JClder. When ho "t there the lawyer
i.nd Ir. O lU-IMy. exparl for the de
fenaa, lnalated Chat ahe o to bed and
Vlay there until the wonat or boat oamo
no her oar. illre-Mly w Indtneotly.
Mr. Olbaon Md not know what had
'lapprned In court until Dr. J. J. A.
ii'UetUy came to her bedetd. Hh waa
Tia Jury hae dlaaarroarl," he aald
"Don't aanta voiraelf."
"Bxclte myelf!" he laughed. "Why.
he follow.-d the diMitor to tha court
..uac wbere 1m Junico wero raahliva
iholr check Mr, tllhami approached
u- - nun Jaoob 1.. llU-ka.
"Oh, thank you, Mr. HMtMi" ahe cried
Vou are one of th nu n I counted on "
- ie ahieik hnnda with aeveral other
i iror and hurried toward her ,hu-
t mil' ' t T, wh.-rr Mr KMi-x and .it'liera
of counel for the defeiiao wero wall
The J.iiora flrat rereirtixl at ?.(1C thla
i-ulna tiul llir were unnhle to aaree.
.- id aakeil tin- t'ourt If the ima hlnned
n . Mhrllier hi- not Mna Hxabo waa
'n'-- -' Jualhe Ti.iui'kln ao In
, i ru iad thrni.
It waa fill when Ih Jury wa called
for a aecond time lirfui i- Hie Court and
rent hack in the hopr of arcurlna
GIBSON REFUSES TO PLEAD
GUILTY TO TRAINOR FRAUD.
(llheon declared lh1 -lit t'int
xii Waa diseHllanrd Willi I . nMllll 01
"It la not a foot thliajr for I ila hint
of nuapii'loii I.i hr lift no n niaii and
i i hla family,'' he wild "I wished In
. rk JuMlrr Tompkins lo rativtat th -,i:ir
lo Riaka nnr mora attamul at
jajfaMnant Tin y ay I am not III aly
1 1 M tt trd aaajn upon thw akarsa i
ant not elated. I am dlnMpaliiii d.
"I atll a Victim of rlm-ulllMtHlirra and
of peraarutlon. Homr Auuld accuse ine
if kHIIria; Mr. AI1 Kimuau, MlchaaJ
'THE PRINCESS' ARRIVES;
SHE EXPECTS TO REIGN
AS COSTA RICA'S QUEEN
r - x
1 IWBti Ha
a" -V ew)f a
(iypsy Picked Her Papa for
Presidency and Thai's
What He Drew.
Two Utile airla were the principal paa
aenaera of tho atonmer Turrlalha which
arrived at noon to-day frojn Ooata
niran and other port. Of courae there
wore other paaaanrera on the ahlp with
tho mualcal n,me Tlio parent of both
tittle ea hlixl wore on board, but that
wa to bo expert,.,!. The alrla wore aa
nppoalte In look and nature aa the two
polea, but each in dier own awaat way
queened It on board tha liner
little Maria lalealaa. oltv aklnnad
and dark of eye and hair, waa hailed
a the Prince. Utile Mln Hope Mc
lonald. fair and ayay of complexion.
Wua oyad and wltlV wavy brown hair,
waa nominated tlia Boa. To tho Boa
the Prince waa molllna and divine;
to the not ahe waa dlrnlflrd and dis
tant The father of the Prlnooa I
Itafacl laleala. ax-Praldnt of Coata
TUca. who with hi wife and child I
bound for theJr homo In New Ilorhelle.
I he father of Hop. la a merchant of
apt. MV'Kavy petted Hope and lot bar
handle the wheel o ateer tho ; hlji.
Ha oallod her hi nuartormaHter Tha
eaptaln otooil In awe of the Prlnooa.
Tho Princen'a parent pal I humane to
her. .mi-i on this haiat the llrat romance
of the little clrl's life.
Maria wa but a few day ok! whan
a oTipay woman railed at the homo of
hr parent bac;ui for MMk Hhe wu
a aeer, ah aald. Tluiy lauhod at hor,
the parent of Maria. That waa tan
yeara ao. and they were in ifalnly good
ckreumatanoss In -ota Hlca. They per
unit led the aeer to oaat their horoocotw.
and ah told them Lhat the fathu'
nvmild rule Hita Hluu. The ohUd, then
only a fow day old, ahe aild, would be
musK-al and talented ami Mi would live
to rule Ooata llk-a.
The flrai pnrt of the prophecy came
true. Kafaol laleala hae Jual imlsio I
hi term aa President. The lutla MarU
la mualcal. Hht Plays the pUuo w'ln
wonderful skill. She 1 talented. T ley
bailed her as Prlncoss. At Lhe present
wrltlnk she has as munh cnaneo of
mil nn 'osts HIca as any American
woman in the I nlted States. Hut the
people of I'oala Hlca think of tn.-
prophee) ; they think of It foinime..l
In pert and the)' wonder at tho future
of lhe Prince They honor nor uid
they are tn awe of her, like the captain
and the paaaengora of the Turrlalbo.
Shi. mUrhf bo Prealdent when
women's xuffniii- comes to Contn Hlca
but the mother aaya that her country
women don't want to vote.
The Prlnceaa did not atrlkr Hope
MciIWinftM with awe. Hope wax the
sunahlne of the ahlp, the Very life of
thoe on board. On her birthday, which
fell on the 3Jd, the captain gave hor a
lilrthday parly and the steward made
hor a hi' eakn with twelve almond In
the crust of It and the Prlnceaa con
descended to take a piece of the bli th
dsv offei lna;.
NEW TRIAL ORDERED FOR
SLAYER OF ROSE 0T001X
AJ.RANY. N. T., Nov 3 -Pmirt of
ApiitaU tu-ility rtvftkifti h ttinvtotlun
tor firm lrj(jvrt iiiunlrr y ljWffRCI
Sptihr. who itMH Ml
O'Toole, tn White Plain. April It. IK11.
Khlpt.o. poor (leorgc Malcolm and young
O'Neill, us well aa of killing Mrs Hit
ter, i 'trcumatam-ra hnvti been distort'
ed maliciously and otherwise I had
hOlkUvJ U' kaln by tho ileulh of Mrs
Klnnuti. or that of Malcolm, whom I
"They say a most Important point
against me Is that I got Mrs Kiabu
tn make hor beni'flclsry a woman she
knew waa dc:id. I am not sure that
Mrs Hiatm'a true mother I dead I
met lhe woman ahe culled mammn u
scorr of time. There Is a plot Hiune
whele "A proptMltlor has ksafl miule to me
In plead guilty to a charve that I de
frauded Trillion Hut that would he
Kwiurlng i" a a. I WOUld not Imrt-r
awa my liherl), ra family name and
"My moiir has all boon apeui '
wife's money la fona, too. but I Vflll
nut confess a crime I did not commll
I will tight."
INSANE, DR. FLINT
(OoMlnuad from Pinrt Pa" )
iheaald. "They may crltlrlae a man. hut ,
thev dn not attack a man'a honor."
g Old ran aver her of the trial of
eT-Htti- Sitmitor Krande .1 flardner on
the t r i.i i cf hrlnery? A. Tea.
u oi.i von ml liaar I'hai h a H. I
IHde a name mat.tloi.eil In connection
..iiv, twwi ... A N 1 nut , ,d !
of aii'-h ruins, for t.hey later
bafor me. .
g. Jnatloe Mareati. have -on no heard
that Mr Hyde waa BO nll",l up tn the
iiff.iloe of ' ummlna' nnd the farneai"
TTiiat iVimpany that In the clia na day
of the Merrltt InveatlaallnK ' 'omnilttci .
Ml Oil .lt llyde'a preaance arte hadl.
IMIItMi h went away on n hOQM hojt,
M th.it tie OOliM nit lie OORIIhlMilcatad
a llh and rrnvilneil away at n time
w!xn hi connection with rtn-inclnl lntl
tutlons was under consideration? A.
Yea. I have no heard.
g. Have you not heard that h fftM
Involved In raising IWrio to mfluenre
race track loalslstion? A I never
haard from any one who know It to
g. Justice, Marcan, have you over
taken an) off!, 11 BOltOU In Ihla Hyde
case? A. Ys. I alaneil an order stsy
lug hla trial, pending an appeal to the
Appellnte Olvlslnn, on an order denying
him a rhanore of venue.
g Yon did that In Brooklyn -arross
the river from Manhattan, ivhere the
Inillrtment wns found.' A. Yea.
MOSS AROU8CS THE ANGER OF
"You signed Halt order ex pert?"
asked Mr Moao; "thai la, without no
tice to the Hiate?"
Juailce Marixui fluahod angrily
"I signed that order." he said "In th
conr.. of my legal duties, a I had a
perfect right (o do, Und you know you
bave no right lo erlllolae my aotlons ."
Aftar Justice William J. Kelly, also
of Itrooklyn, had sworn that Hyde's
repinstlon was good. . he wss asked
similar 'I'jesllons hy Mr Moa.
g. Have ymi heard It aald that Hyde'?
I.ualnrsa relations with 'iwnmlns wore
ao ckis that ha deposited money In
rhe rarnegle Truat 'ompany? A. I
have road of It In the papera.
.luetic Kelly sakl he had read mnnv
orltlclama of Hyde In the race trnok
lobbying and In other mattem. hut that
he did not believe them Mr. Mn a n-
alatoxl that men'a repiitatjons wore
made up tthat way.
Mgr. Patrick O'Hare, a Roman
Catholic clergyman of Brooklyn, alao de
clared llyde'a reputation was good. He
wa not i ross-exsmlned
Blla V. RothsrhlM. of Abraham and
Straua, Bnioklyn, aald Hydo'a refuta
tion waa good. He sdmltted on rroaa
examination that ha had road tho
various chargea that have boon made
agnlnat Hyde, but aald they did not In-
g. (By aiosaV f)o you mean to aay
you wore not Interested 1n the charge
that the Chamberlain of tba City of
New York, handling the city's money
wa aseor'.ated In raising a fund of
1300,0(10 for the purpose of corrupting
legislation? A. Taa, because I did not
Olen. W. Ohaunney, a Brooklyn
banker, was another character wltnoss
for fydn, as was Julian O. Falrchlld,
IVeaklont of the gneena County Trust
S2 YEAR-OLD WITNESS TESTIFIES
Mr. Htanobileild sought to call more
uhararior wttneasas. but Juatlca Qoff
ruled thai only one more might bo
called. lie waa William Mom log
eighty-two yeara old. of Truro. Nova
Hcotla. Hyde'a former home Jin bad
known Hyde all th latter' life and
had known Hyde' parents well
The defense then began Its attaok upon
Robin' sanity, flrst oalllng Or. Austin
Hint, after Peler B. Mclioughlln. court
stenographer, had identified the official
records of Robin's Insanity trial, when
a Jury de In red htm aane. although thlr
torn alienists I id doclsrod him Inssne.
Dr. Film told of bis various raamlna
tlons of Kobln.
The Court refused to permit Or Flint
to tell of Robin's attempt at "autclde.
g tny Mr. Sleueri As a result of all
these examination, can you aay wbeth
or Kobln was sans or Insane on the
.M of. August, 1M0? A. He was Inssne
He bad 'true paranoia.' That Is a form
of insanity that cornea on gradually, at
tacking persons of sdult lite. II follows
bad heredity. It la characterised by a
delusion or set of delusions that are
peiffi tly logical In all their parts, but
ars predicted on falsa aaeumpttons. It
la not at t ended by mental deterioration
or physical reflexes. Kxrept for those
Illusions, the person may ahow groat
ability In other walks of life. Persons
so affected may live for a lonsj while.
Dr. l-'llnt went Into a long exulana
tton of his reasons for declaring Rohln
la a paranoiac. He said Hohln told him
he had a brother who, suffering from
rnrlancholla, disappeared for five years
and was found In an Insane asylum
"Hobln." aald or Kllni. told an he
waa brotiwht to this rountry as a child
Ave years old hy two persons who were
not his parents, but who claimed to
have boon his parents, lis said thsy did
i Ma to prevent him from being sent to
Hlherla as u political disturber." And
thla at the ago of five years.
The ullenlal'a loatlmony followed that
which he gave during the trial of Hob
in for Insanity before Justloe flwann.
HAD A PLAN FOR THE UNIFICA
TION OF THE WORLD
'He told me. ' wont on tba special iL
that he waa Interested In the uuVtl
oatlon of the work!."
"Nome of the greatest men who over
lived have been Inti'teated In the asms
unification of th uulversa," Intsrruptod
Dr. Film wen! on to toll of It, run a
delusions thsl ha waa ahaduwed by
dotectlvoa employed by J Plerponi Mor
BM who had beu unified to polaon
Hobln i. id me ha was slways dl
ie, ted in his arutuna bv a voire tha
oanie to Mm nhlliiuelv from the right
aide. He could nut direct Ihla voir
but had lo do what II told him II
aald Nicola Teals, the area! electrician
waa receiving 10 000 a year from J
Plerponi Morgan to kill him by win
I leao rlectrlclt) Hobln added that he
wore rUMMr alines In the Tombs as
I "onoe he said lo ins: Now. do, to
Mhls Is not an llluiliin. Moms one tried
to drop a heavy milk bottle on me In
the Tomba .yrsterday. but the vole
hue told me I will nnr lis killed until
I louipleti ih unification of the
"At another lime ho said ho thought
he waa a member of the Homanoff fam
: ll.y-the ovjl family of Russia Hs
, balltvacL ha told us, ha was a natural
(ion of lh KfflpaTtM of fl inula At lh- J t l!ie fimil door of in'u II II
( of fifteen, he ald: he aent to P,nl 0'eMl k In tell all- 31 . ltui IIM "pr i
nd iMUIIIfd lilt nine of Komanoff, II) I dtftlen" III nil off: hi1 I ' Hill
IM tuipr thai 'he RllMUn AmblWIdoT ln'l l ointhir nnd that f.vt i-n
wo Mil take up lii . ie ami nil MM wno , MlM ' oi'm
kll latent fwlly " I MoboVl wmt none I.i II' II
VI liy Mr fteuei i la RftMa't Inan- , me. w.lU ., he y of Igdlia v It-. Mill.
Ity a prnnr. aa a MM I A Alwava Alan OtorV C Mllelton, K-l
Q U ha Pane now? No, elf; hi- I nl X ) , Bl i'onieamai-Pliiv.
001114 nevi-r rOCOVar, -:ht i.u.ird W ToWMHi-nil nnd ,ine
Dr. Kiim aai I Miafa w.n in- dou'it Of hli eollatwralora Mr rt'Mallajr, wha
thai Itobin had ii.tmlu liken hyuolne. I an a he Ian t a hlavwrlkht iveti and
, ili-, idly pi.iaon. la the Dlltnct-Altor
nava olB'-e, and that atlemptei' MtnMf
n a moat iMtMl phaae of paiano'n,
" Int . a r,l the allenlit. 1 he later d. -rilad
to me that he had tiled to k ll
hUMalfi anothoi profrf of hli Inianlty.
g What effect would p.nannla have
in"n Itohln'a narrallon of fact? A. It
would affwt It.
DR a-iNT WAS EMPLOVIO BY
On crtiaa examjnutloti b) Aaalatanl
Olatrh t-Altorney I-'rntik Moaa, the alli n-
la l derdeil that M had exnuilned Hohln
In an jffli lnl "Bpuclty, tnit 'hat he havrl .
mimmnne.t b Koliln'a alater, In-,
He aald he. with
ajavarftl other liraln tVMHHWMj had tea-
titi.,1 t KoMn'a aanlty hnHrtna hcftirc
Jullce Hwarin. l)Ut ad mil taxi that the
Jury Which pa aai-1 on the caae had
found tha hank worker to he aane.
g. ImmadMately after HM lury fouml
Mai ohiio he plwadoil trull t to a crime,
didn't -he? A. Vea
(I, Old you know he aao under Indlot-
,. ,,i when yon wen. retnlneil lo exam
Ine Into his sanity? A. No! when I made
the tlrot throe exanntm tlona
Dr. Flint said be knew Hobln hml suf
fenxl linmenas financial loaaea, and that
he nan very til, ao n result of wlilcii he
wax ualnn 'morphine. Theae facts, how.
ver. Or. inilnl said, had notMng to do
with Holtln's montnl comlltlon
g. Old you go lo see Koi.ln before von
ame hara leatlfy? A I did not: I
gave that no rbought
y. would the fa t thai Robin teatlflrd
before the 'Hand Jury n i.i gave the
1 Ma! rest - Attorney Information uprm
whh-h Cummin and Helrhmann were
I ni Moled and oonvh ted, make you think
was not miw a pnramilac' A. It
would not: ho Is still Insane
Or Flint admllieil ilia! aome para-
nolni-s were posaessed of wonderfully
abnormal memories, and thai Hobln
'might" he one of them
ROBIN DIDN'T MENTION NAME
g. In the talks you hs.l with Hohln.
Ild be ever mention Hyde to vou?
g Old he mention William .1 Cum
mins or Joseph It. Ri'l' hmsnn or tho
arnegle Truat Company? A. Yea.
g Were these namea mentioned to von
by Rubin In i-onnecllon with nnythl;!
inn iiinupni wua B oeiusion : A. clo.
y Old he mention any financiers 1n
connection wlih a delusion'.' A. Yes: he
said Mr. Morgan and Mr Belmont were
trjltig to have him murdered.
On re-dlroct-examlnaflon, Dr. Flint
swore he received no compensation for
testifying for Hyde.
I couldnt afford to pay him." said
Dr. Smith Fly Jelllffe. who had ex-
amlned Hobln at tha rexiuesi of D.
trlct-Attorney Whitman In the Climlaal
Courts Building and several otner ti.ms
with Pr. I'llnt, was tha next wltnesr.
On every occasion he saw Hobln, Dr.
Jelllffe swore. It was at the rtQMtl of
g. Was llobhi suffering from a mental
disease? A. He wss, but I formed no
opinion as to the name of th- disease.
Tr. Jellffe aald that he hud found
that Robin was suffering from delu
QOFF TAKES THE ALIENIST IN
'What sort of delusions" Interposed
A delusion. " replied tho eminent
alienist "that he was the natural aon
of the reigning family of Russia: that
ho was a Romnnoff."
Q. I By Jirstlce Ooff). How do you
know thai Is a delusion? A. Her use
I have aeon his father and mother.
(J. How do yon know these iereons
you aaw were bis father ami mother?
A. Thsy told me so.
By lhe Court Then you bave no posi
tive evidence on the subject. You are
not qualified to state that Rohln la xuf
forlng from delualona. It 1 a common
thing for members of irelgulng families
to have natural sons.
Dr. Jellffe with difBoUtty repressed his
motions aa he edepped down from tho
PUT ON BY BELASCO,
BIG HIT AS FARCE
(Contlduasl from Flrat Pa., i
against (Mr. Helasco for literary piracy.
Ila la seeking lo proox before Judfe
Oeonae '. Molt. In the Clr.iuit Oiurt bf
the Merited States, that Mr. Bolao.
nlHi once before had the mamieortpt of
"Tainted 1'hlluiitliropy" In his hands
and iratrlected to produce It. atole the
;" ami put 1t Into "IMie WonioJi," a
play written by William P. lie Mille
and BTOdUOOd -by Mr. ltolaaco with irre.it
Huviees. The accusation i-uroifi'd Mr.
Ilelaaoo, and he offered to pnahioo both
play tlie a. um,- BjftJi nt Npclal tar
formanixa, and let J udge J loll see how
imirh thop reemun! esi-li other
JUDGE HOLT SEES PLAY FROM
Mr. tioklknupf railed the bluff. To
day before the curtain orse on the 11
o'clock 4erfurniaiice of "The Woman"
Mr Ooldknopf und his lawyers. Mr.
Klein and Mr. h'rey, were making loud
ounds ludlculliiK that they had dis
covered late In the day that they were
no! in accord with the ancient rule ..'
poker, to will That he 'Who calls mux:
ehow his hand a plainly a. he who la
One of Mr ( lulknapii's linvi-ri whs
HIS RIVAL'S DRAMA
Before Purchasing Your THANKSGIVING
POULTRY Elsewhere, Try the
STEIGERWAID PACKING COMPANY
223 1st Ave., between 13th and 14th Sts.
Because we arc selling Turkeys, Geese, Chickens and
Ducks at ALMOST WHOLESALE PRICES
oTSSaT., WORLD BEEF CO.
N. W. Cor. Snd Ave. A Slat St.
mil irwin ami Marahall P Wilder anl
Hlda lohnaon Voiinv Victor llirbert,
fjaoriff llrondhurat l.nttle lllnlt Park,
er, Kate DoiirIhk W'laal" tleraldlnr
llontirr. O. I" Henn. Porter Hmpraon
iimnn. Kallatl ChamMra, II. a. hal
don nnd a hiindri'd nlher playwrlahta
"THE WOMAN" IS PREBtNTtD
Alan rimie all the critic In town mi l
aa many nctora and dial nlRhtcra na
the thealre would hold
Klrat of all, at II o'nlm k. waa n pro
duction of "The Womnn," alven hy the
nrlarltiial ompany. which ta In the city
before n rl. n 'he road The action
jfUl aj iy anaaaa aiow an inai inr i
me'nannoi akin ami tnate ami tecn-
nliiiii of the playw rlahl a ho hail hull!
It might be made clear to the audience
Kvervbody knew when It was over that
he had wltncaaed a unique demonstra
tion of the Inalde secrets of playbulld
Ing. which are ordinarily hidden from
the man mil In front of lhe footlights.
MR. BELA8CO SAYS HE 00T
There waa an Interval of nn hour sftT
the curtain lropMn on "The Woman
Then, with actors Ilka Mr. Jlruntng snd
Mr. KIlKour, Milton Hills and Kugene
OtBrlen and actreese like Tcreaa Max
well ?onover and Helen Freemen.
'Talnlcd Philosophy" was presented,
seriously, solemnly, with a consclon
tlnu adherence to every stage direction
In the manuscript and the sclors set-
Ing aa never they bad heifnre In thi V
lives 0 keep themselves In the spirit
of the wlerd character and situations
Mr. Onldgnopf had built togeth'r.
Thoro was a similarity between tha
two plays. The characters In hoih dlx
cussed polltli'ol subjects. The snmn
might he said of lhe similarity of "The
Woman" to "Jullua Oaoaair" or "The
Dion and the Mouae" of ana other of
a doen pteyi on similar Ihemes.
But a packed audience, playwrights,
critic, SOtOM and veteran theatregoer,
with the Judge of the I'nlted States
Circuit Court, had the time of their
llvos. They came out rod-faced ind
gOMplnw- Mr. Helasco said Mr. fluid
knopf's suit had 'osi him about BkTMl
so far, but that he got his money a
worth buck this afternoon avery rent
HETTY GREEN PAYS $200
FOR A RIDE IN HER AUTO.
Car Runs Down lluin.ine Society
Ollicer and Richest Woman
Hetty tlreen's bank account Is $210
less than It was before her chauffeur
ran down J. Miner, a Humane Society
officer, about a month ago This wax
the amount paid by Mrs. IJrern's law
yer In settlement for a torn coat, a
bruised wrist and the Injured dignity
of the officer.
Miner was standing at Broadway
and Worth street, when he spied a
lame horse bring driven to a truck.
He ateppad off th curb to atop hr
driver. Aa he did so he waa struck
by an automoblls. of portly stature
he rolled Into the gutter and when he
had picked himself up learned from a
policeman that none other than "Amer
ica richest women" had been In the
car that knocked htm down.
Thereupon the humane officer went
straight to the Tombs Police Court,
taking the driver of the lame horac
along. After seeing hla prisoner held,
he told the ( iiurt of his own Injurlea
He said ho hud no desire to have Mrs.
tlreen'a chauffeur arrested but hinted
thut he was going to consult a lawyer
after seeing his doctor.
Miner told to-day that a lawyer
from Mrs. (ireen had come to him and
offered him $30 for the damugea done
"I told him." said the witness, "that
If I wanted a new suit of clothes I
would buy It," said Mr. Miner, "and
would not go out In the atreet to get
run down by Hotly Orcnn's automo
bile. Finally he agreed to settle lor
1200 and I accepted."
Italians Cheer I'eaer Talk.
Ito.Mi:. Noy. 26. An enthiisioatle dam
onstratlim was aci'orded to PffeUtlBf OH ox
vannl Olollttl at the reopenlim- of the
Italian Chamber of Deputies to-day. He
presented tho treaty of peace which had
been algned between Italy and Turkey,
and wa erected with great i. erring
when he referred to the Italian success
In the war In Tripoli and to the happy
conclusion of peace.
is five times as
effective as pure
carbolic acid ,
hence five times
All ajrorera. druraUta and da
10c, 25c, 50c
t k y'lluu . I . : ill.'; naMf ,y
Wttl Ditinlrrling Ca , New Yafk
ON TAXI KILLS
(CnnilfjiiM from rirat ivae. i
fifth 'rrxt it was travelling at the rate
of forly mile aj hour, tccordlng to by.
landers who witnessed (he tragedy that
followed Thaptfor Hrody and Ms
frlebd David Landln. nine yeara old. of
No. lfsls Flnley avenue, were returning
In their home from a moving picture
how and tarted to cross the : t Juat
as th flying taxhab. driven by the nov
ice, bore down on them.
SPEEDING TAXI RUNS DOWN
BOY; CHUM ESCAPES.
Both little fellows saw the lights of
th machine when It was almost at
Ihelr eii, mum ami icaltatrd. Tho I.an
dln boy Jumped backward Just as the
taxi, still flying at a rate prohibited by
law. struck his companion, knocked
him down and ran over his chest.
Ring slowed Hp Just as Policemen
Buchmsn and Flynn of the Morrlsnnlu
station hurried down to put him under
arrest. A man In the crowd thul gath
ered picked up the broken body of the
little Brody buy and carried It to hla
home, a few doors away. Because of
Hit menace of a rapidly growing crowd
Ring, the chauffeur, was hurried to the
station and there locked up on the
double charge of homicide and driving
without a license.
Albert Brodv, the father of tho hoy
who wos killed, moved from hla home
In Manhattan to the quieter streets In
th Bronx recently Jual through fosr
that hi boy might be killed by an
BRODY KILLING POINTS A
The killing of little Thomas Brody
furnishes another Illustration of the ab
solute MOaMlty for the adoption of
ordinances, as urged persistently hy
The Evening World, for the regulation
of all veJiloles used in the city streets
for the t runs,-, i t ,. i ion of psssengfrs for
faro. It also evidences th" demand
that all livery cabs and coaches, either
motor art VS1 or horc drawn, should be
re. ivrdi'1 and ofll lally Identified.
The motor car which killed little
Brody was not licensed hy the city. It
being s livery stable rig and catering
to private trade, the law dots ri.it de
nand 11,-onsing. Consequent')' there l
M official record In the clly l.lcenae Un
real! of the exigence of the death-dr.il-Insf
Chief Wallace of the Dlcense Bureau
searched the records ro-day. and caused
an investigation to tie made hyi Chief
Inspector Drrnnon, expecting to find
gome official data regarding lhe Morris
gnraKr rigs- None wa found. It was
then ascertained that tlie Morris garage
BALANCE OF HORSE SHOW IMPORTATIONS
Lveninjjf Gowns and Wraps
Dresy Tailored Suits
P.riB 330 Fifth Ave., New York
At 33d Street
N. B. All Purchases will be charged as of
January 1st, if desired
"The Malicious Microbe"
Never discriminates between man, woman or child, old
or young, rich or poor.
TU itUal CaYitttM
pun tip run
J Sit I
a oUI a4 say. "Beat mM as
alT at .
$. I. ALLEN & CO.
Is a private concern--that lis vehlclea
lo not sol toil patronage on Ml Btlhil
"trri ta snd consequently are not aub
lecl to the rule nnd MftU iHoQI wid- ti
spplv to public taxleahs and other ve
hicles. Chief Wsllitce PaVoTI nn o"dlnance
making It compulsory for so- allel pri
vate rigs, to .e I loan Mil an. I will urn-
in h a NSUMUM f"i adoption Ih lite
new aet of ordlnanrea eovilng the toxi
ca b situation which ar to ho adopted
by the Aldermen.
"We have no record, either." sail
Chief Wallace, 'that thn boy, Joonli
Ring, who was driving tho cah which
killed wring Hrqdy, wss a Ik-onsed
toxical! driver nr was licensed tract by
the Hiatr. It appears to mo that hli
employer Is liable civilly onrt perhaps
criminally In having permitted an un
licensed chauffeur and inexperienced
boy ta drive a cab through the public
"I nm In favor of compelling rccrlatra
tlon of nil pnsei. r-oarrymg vehicles
In this city. In Ibis ciw we have no
record and no control. Were the Morris
i-srage rig under official MBtftlaloa
the owner would ngt have dnred to allow
an unlicensed man or boy to drive a
taxi or any motor-driven rig It is now
up to the Aldermen to get together and
adopt adequate ordinances. The killing
of young nroily emphasizes the necc
altv for immediate action."
Inquiry nt the office of the Secretary
of Htate. No. Bfl East Seventy-fourth
street, developed the fact this afternoon
that only unr if the cars In the Mnr
rls parage Is rrglslerod In the name of
-Ither if the partners, that one MlM
oUpulated In h license grnnterl on Fob. I
Of thla year lo Irving Walla- h. .lamb
K easier' s nn.mi does not appear on the
roll of automobile licenses granted Ihl
At the Secretary' office t his fci waa
taken to Indlenle that aside from -thla
Ingle Unrated car ihose In the garage
BUM be under the license of other
Used Grand and Upright
Clearing sale to
make room for
A. a. CHASB
t el wxll xnosn
sad a xaiiity otbar nue
I'PRIUIITH, Ian. lino. 111.',. Il-'f.. 1M sail up.
Grands, $200 to S600.
lltfhtii iiMd. fro MOQ to 400.
(WttafaVtaMT Umm aUTWojetd.
('-ii, wrlU or phoa foe ywUcnIani.
'hotiB 3137 (TlMltM. riaVDO ta rwt,
Ftu-t ory wutnoni of
STRICH & ZEIDLER
Waal 20U &U
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health, and even life itself.
The most dangerous of microbes which enter the
system through the mouth can be rendered prac
tically harmless by the constant use of "0D0L"
as a mouthwash.
Pleasant to use and delightfully refreshing.
It will abo keep your teeth in a healthy condition.
There is nothing "Just as Good" as "0D0L"
Price SO Cents.
At All Druggittt and Department Store:
BORCFELDT & CO.
CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO
gift fee Urt, gMs
Civet an added zctt to toasting because it can be
tterred AT FULL SPEED around all obttac'.ct
and past all other tleda. Scientifically conttructtd.
and speedy I Light enough, to ctiiljr
yet so strong 11
gj - g jm
OUlIaSlS 3 Ordinary SledS
Th only clad with
These not only prevent "skidding but In
sure greater apeed and absolute control.
Patent aterlng-bar doss away entirely with
araating r.-et. f re
vent wear and tear of
boota and shoe. No
wet feet, colda, etc
Saves many tlmsa
It (ust In doctor bllla.
Insist on a nexlble Flyer and be tore
to look for this trademark: on tha Bled.
flexible Flyer auad I
tMl." W.'ll ret tkm at i
To-Morrow, W eHnesday. Nov. 27th
Thla n III br tha luat opportiniltr t b
taln a aoliil n k. (.old, X'.-Jt-ttrllc! a I
JuatrtJ arnilrniaa'a watrh fur auuut an
tnlrd tiita in mi- rharitrd Ii? ,i. rii.
throughout th.- nllrMf Htnliw. U raanol
an Int't ti-1 ii j j hrrf how W9 fhtalutsl Ibrrn
to m'II for mu.;s. Imt to all Intrrrnted In
thr .miii h ii uriii tun or dvalrlfta to iturrhava
oao r will ihr you all thr luforiimtloki
roil ilffvlri if rnu will call nt aur walrh
dfiMirtinriil heforM U tl , i,H i. lw-niorrtjrt
i il i; )) l nlKlil. In tin thlrty-oaa
vetara P havr Mild trutrhM dlrert ta the
puhllr n nrvrr fftrrd hrtlrr vain?. Kao
thii .alr v w 111 nut nn frn xlru rvuorl-
I fin il watxi'h aiilfflmfii. Ihrr will hr no
drlti.. Thi'M amijd t-K. ..dd (aara will
I at and cwrv i.nosrii ). -t. Vrn tho I nit f
i -naif Mint or Wail ntrrrt nlll find thn .
to Itr Nidid II I. '.i 1.1 If nm with thrtn
to mokr an a,aaf r It. Thr movrmmt :
tnniiM'd 2:Ualt I'tlrtl. ndinMid. a than
can no no mlstako. If ymi mn huv onr
aa ol for h than ft.'tn.OO wo will Pf
fnnd your i:.is un rrfiufait, or If for anr
rruaon you d not wunt to krrn It. hrln
tt hack within lo dara and cot ran
monr. Vour own ffwrllr-t will bate t.
admit hr runnot .rll yon onr or bur thei
hlinarlf far I -.n.. v t-annot aupul
tin in after to-morruw aa wr ham liern In
formrd that no more ran hr nhtalaofl fo
al leant three montha. None to the Jen -elrv
trade. No mall or nifaarnjri r ordi i
Reserved for You
II hea oq atoti lo think thai we lia.
mure anil sell mure flnt- f.nld oslrhea thai,
all the See York City Jewellers riinshlae'l
and anursntee lo aave you ,u ira-t prr
real, irn every one of tbem. It la well watth
taklna the Um la bor-tigate Aay actor
Hon made now will be reamed for Ikr
hidldsya without extra ceil.
tlT.-i.00 Holla IN-K Gold Wateh for BlflH
l.l.tKI M.ll.l IN-K I. el. I Uslih for INI
xin.lMl Solid ll-K Hold Watrh fr S
mi Nelld M-K l, eld Watch fer 4n
.1,'i.tMI Solid ll-K I., .1.1 Watrh for a-.
3.1.INI solid l l-K (inld Watch for Tr.
Wstrhes nnrehaaed from na can bo re
lurnril II unantlalaetnry wllhla tea days
and we will refund all of your nienev nn
request or exrhaage them for aew one.
CHARLES A. KEENE
niamoaits. W at. hea. Jewelry.
Broadway, New York
orx i'sitil ii O'CLOCK.
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Ml'STEROI.EU a clean, white oint
ment, made wilb tlir oil of uiuatani. It
docs all the work of the olil-ta.hioneil
mustard plaster . t' brttir and dan
not Uitter. You lo not hnve to bother
with a cloth. You simply rub it on ami
the pain is gone I
Millions of people have adoptril MI'S
TKHOI.K in place of the BIMtBfd plaster.
You will find it in large hospitals.
Doctors ami nurses use MU8TBROLB
ami recommend it to their patients.
They will gladly toll you what relief it
gives from Sore Throat. ltronchitis,
( roup. Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia,
Congestion, I'leiirisy, Kheumatism.Lum
bgo, PaiBf and Aches of the llack or
JolBla, Sprains, Sore Muscles, liruises.
Chilblains, Frosted Feet, Colds of the
Chest. (It prevents 1'nrumonia.)
At your druggist's in 29c nnd 90o jars,
and a rptrial large hospital rize for $t.60.
Accept no .subditute. If your druggist
cannot supply you, send 25c or 50c to the
M listen ilc Co., Cleveland, Ohio, and
We will mail you n jar, puslage prepaid.
"Muiferot. bM belixhl m to murli that 1 caa
htetlj ilu without It. "-MltS. 0. W. TUOM
SON. 8n Antunki. Teiu. iRTl
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You and your family will want to
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Let in supply your neuda on our eaav'
plan. Wo trust you on your word lo
pay, No Interest charged. Slmuly
pick out th
you want nnd we will oVUver them I ,
you without nny red tape and with
No Money Down
ft 1 Weekly
Our pricee are the lowest In New
York because we i uniiiui ml the bet
iurn i rum ine manuiucturer.
furs. Fur (oals, Diamonds. Watches
I ana ji weiry. ame ierms.
2274 3d Av. 7W.14thSI.
Hn. miii a iieith. ' Met, 8k m mtk ,,..
or KM HlMNdS I Mil. I) O'1'I.oVk!'
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