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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1913.
ON BRIDGE DEFLC1
4 IBM HURT
Coroners Jury Brings in Ver
dict that Structure Sagged
Locomotives Sprang in Air.
PHTJjADni VIII A. Nov. I9.-A Cor
onr'j Jury vrh 10 i lo-.lav hHd an 11
iW)1 Into the dctth of lour pryoni in
HVIdf.-lif " tltCllt vrr-k nti thr Penn
sylvania ltalro.n) at ilfn lo,-h rn
drKl a verdict UttS afternoon thnt th
accident ni ilup to t't aiitglrvjt of a
Tha .lury 1ll that after enamlnlnt
Hi wtttwaara It wiw unible to llrmln
what canard the brtdt to aink.
I Thi Inqiii-at wna hM at trha'ar.
IV. William M Itnmwy of I'hlladel
hla. ttmpK lor of bfttalM ,or ,n' PMBr
lylvanla ItHllroad. I.atlfinl that hp K
mln. 1 the lirMgs SafUr the accident
nd found that It had annired In f!te
middle about twenty Inrliea. The hrtdse
aVnnna two ferlKlit trarka and la III
fret lung lie aald he examined It on
JTov. IK and found It tn tha heat condi
tion After the wreck he found that a
tivy lrdor had oraatMi throuih a
fNGINES APPEARED TO SPRING
Oeora II Brown, a hrldpe engineer
ff lh company, nave alii'lar teatlmony.
(ratifying that the box irlrder had
prunf, letting down a girder.
William lilnee, I'hlladelphta. nlne
man of MM Brat locomotive drawing
Ihe expreaa. ami T. II. Iledmond, l'till
IHphla, engineer of the aex-ond Inco
nelvi. both declared they felt a alnk
lag! wnamtlon aj their engine aaa"d
anrer the atriu-ture. They were making
between forty-eight and fifty mllea an
hour, the uaual imerd for Hint eertlon
at the road. Their locnmotlvea ai
pajared to go Into the air and then
cam- (Town and left the ralla, they aald.
Mra. and Mlae llariiint. Two of
Wreck Vletlme, .ae In Home.
Word waa received at the office of the
American Three-Way Priam Company
OT No. 94 Wuiater atreet that the wife
and daughter of Charles D. Hudnut,
the president uf the company, who were
ajuiod tn the (lien I.och wreck, are In
the htiapltal at Weat Theater, Pa. Mrs.
(juduut la suffering from three broken
rib and ihook. Miui Rulh Hudnut
atiatslned a i. ..ken rlb and contusion
of the hip. Bath received severe shocks.
Mr Hudnut la with them.
Mia snd Miss Hudnut came to this
rroai Chicago laat June and were
gut in ha k there on the train that was
wrrr.kt'l Their horns In this city wss
dismantled und Mr. Hudnut had com
pleted pinna to follow them to Chicago
when he received newa of the accident
ta h'a family.
ON EVE OF SAILING HOWE
WITH $4,000 HE ENDS LIFE
Nntlvi of Finland Had Ticket to
I o i vc ToMorrow on the
Ott "i eve of h! depaTttM tnr h
ll i." 'ti Pin. an 1, and ulth drafts for
II.Wi In hi p,. aeta, William Ogrvi,
.th.ilv five year old, s.i'jt and killed
himself to-day In the Finnish Imini-
traata' Uogaa, No 24 Ofsanwlch au-e .
It. irrlval at the hnma yeaiei laj
morning from Wtt vei. ir had two
fcrlpa, one Blle.l with Chrlatmsa Sjrsesntl
for relatlven itt home. There wh- a
I hill lie tf t '- ti In ..n1 Of Ma pooh
its. honin that for aeveral yenre he
1 I 1 een p. ndln-f reg.ila- remlttaneea ..
. Ina wife, W end i Ogren. lie MM had
it a kei on the t'nnnrder armn'iia.
I whV h snlla to-morrow.
"i i i w'cni Th.itikaglvlng tn watrr
front MfoOfM. nn1 whn he went la h!a
ri i n ItdN Tiljrht he carried a hellle of
Mhlfke.v The en. lit) bottle wna on i
r'nall ta.ile lieal.te hi bed when hla body
wn-' finind to-day. Me had shot hlmaelf
Ihrowg'h tt.e U ft temple.
SCARED HORSES KILLED.
fter s n ilet upentnif. tlie ato. k
rr.ar.vot to-l.iy dnvelnpcd cotialdcraM"
atrenfrtli and many laauea a need ad
ranOM of n.-rly a point. The bean r:-
Ing power .ia iHi p!.i i-d In n numlier of
- . kaillaa. UnHsx) KmltM Rubhaf irai
the moat pPUUajliafTI .if thla gT.up with a
j nip to 0 a g.iin nf n.'uny 4 poln'i
s i!.Fa"uent dsjallni htM firm.
Aficrrrtiin truuln.K sjt)d unlet. Prof, a
. : t n I ptfl n.: lum red tile lint fraotlon
nlly from the Mi heat, but I'm illlenore
remained uriin UlrtM Bssl ok plnsa, wh n
goo-l-alrel slnMM wio a-orwl :,i
nearly evervtMnn Innled In.
I'nit.il Ma tat It i ibaf the day a
ftain Mill an eh.nn' of nmrly four
The Claalgtej Pataii,
Tn iav'a hlglatst jaasst ami l.t ptloN an-l of
net .'i.atiae aajisfsil it:i wedaesisf 'i nasi
talea air aa (..ll.iwt.
AS SUSPECTS AT
explosion, a mile away, knocked the
dishes off oh, table."
lyiuro. Heard, eighteen years old, also
Identified the men.
Anderson nnd Smith. Iron workers, are
accused by the Oovernmen' with hsvlnit
blown up the North Kartdall Job bejeMM
It was erei'teal on the "open shoti" tiasis.
The hox whl h the ster testirie.! they
.iw In the hands of Hmlth and Ande.--son
wss produce.1 In court arid ana
ldenHfled by other wttnesaea as having
ban founaj In tie wreeknge of the explosion.
been rouaed to a high pitch and a record
attendance In expected to-morrow, whn
the last of the matches will be pUyed.
I ells of Seeing "Funny Faced"
Man and Another Before
AUSTRALIANS WIN DOUBLES
FOR DAVIS TENNIS CUP.
Rnnannr fnh Into Pnre, tint
Pfflyt tm I'nhnrf.
i A tenm of tinrwiNi BtlMhl 1 to a lnnd 1
I n.'l:ir v.ki nn1 driven hp Wlllliim
I .lotirn of Nn. 2b .lrlro avrntK , h
OHM frlghtnnMl to-rti vhli' Koine
j wit on On Httlliftd arn1 T'Tljfhty-Bor-MaJ
Ptr-t il Trk nvntir. TIw w'llwtl
of a truln pAHnlnn' in thi NVw York
n;ral rut IMl thm mnUovng wmth
; .in !'rk avrn.i ami iown ft tip In
fln. JoMI a th hnrnen wr NMdtd
' utrMiajht for th Iron Nttfit thvt k0g0i
ithr mt arw! dirl1f1 . h1 nn rhun
. to uti-rp thffm. 11 nwimn rlrar from
van a fw ar1 ,iefrt t!h ItMD
j crnjihfd into the rntllnsjr On horiw wan
' killed outrlarrtt, tho othor rtwlvfrt ln
I ItlHM whlfi, rftu-a.-.i rntrolmikn IMf fort
j of the Tromont pdtOi Htatlon to nhnot
him. JofKM c-JCHprni wlthwit injury. Th9
iMftaf ii nd wnKon wrri OWOMl by A.
n. Jattrty of No. flpa ifortii mmi
MABEL B0ARDMAN HONORED
BY EMPEROR OF JAPAN.
Fifth Order of the Crown Con
ferraJ on RcA Cross Secretary
for Meritorious Work.
WASiriNOTON, Nov. 2.-.Xtlae Mabel
nnardman, secretary of the American
Red Cross, to-day received from the
White Mouse the Insignia of the Fifth
Order of the t'rown conferred upon her
by the Japanese Kmperor for dlstln
gulahed sei vloe. So far aa officials hore
know to-day, It Is the first time an
American woman has been so honored
The order conferred upon Mtsa Board
man was specially established to recog
nise meritorious services done by wo
men. The Insignia was sent to Presi
dent Taft, president of the American
Red Cross, by Marquis Matsukatl, head
of the Japanese Red Cross. President
Taft haa wrlttten to the Marquis and
to the Japaneae Kmperor thanking them
tor tha honor paid Miss Iloardman.
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tNDTAJaTAPOlatl, Ind , Nov. Z -A
the fount) wltnnsa yet to teatlfy, Miss
I'leo Ili-ird, fourteen yenr.a old. picked
out from thn forty-five defendants (it
the "dynamite conspiracy ' trial to-day
tio men whom she said .he raw shortly
before nn explosion at North Han.lall,
0.i on March X, 1911. In that explosion
an ore conveyor waa blown Bp y nltro
atlyrerlna with IfiO.Onil dnuiase.
The little wtme.as, gntiied In a pink
dress, climbed the high wltneaa chair
and. looking toward the accused "bomb
plotter." Inld her story. She aald Willi
her slater she wna golnu atonf a loni I
road toward her home at Nonh Rnnd;ill
"It was Juat before dark," he said
"i in the ro.id we met the n en who wer.
at rylng iiox between tin in. The men
were coming toward Randall from the
direction of Cleveland, line of them hud
i funny face."
"A funny face"" asked Dlstnlct-At-orhey
MH.er. "lo SOU ref htm In the
"TM. KfaaVt'l Mm," repl'ed Ml Heard,
pointing ta fJeuiajej Ajdarogi of cieve-
md. a dafendaUlt. "Hc'ii the one that
i r Ull bOX. And there's another
rie," she KiMsxS, pointing to Peter J.
rnilth, also of Cleveland "We hadn't
.eien hnme more than an hour when the
MKI.noi'RN B, Australia, Nov.
The AustraliiMlnn team won the double.,
:mt lies against the IOngMsh ehallengera
In the contest to-day for the liivlght K
Havla International lawn tennis trophy,
thus obtaining tevenge for yesterday's
unexpected defeat In the singles. The
play was very brilliant.
The turf courts of the Warehouse
Men's ilrounds. on which the matches
were played, were In fine condition and
there was a great gathering of specta
tors. Public interest In the contest haa
FIRST IN NEXT CONGRESS.
t ittle Otter Important Work Will
He Taken Up During Short
WAiSinNUTOM. Nov. Jl-.No legiala-
I Hon of Importance outside of apprnpria-
11 OTI lillln Hlh be passed at tne a ....
ton of Congress opening Monday. In
the opinion of Uepuhllrnn Leader Mann
of the House, who returned to-day after
a trip to the Panama I'.-mal with the
llriuae Appropriation Committee.
Mr Mann vl.- ted .Speaker i lark ihort
ly after hla arrival, and the two lead
ers agreed that the length of the Sts
sion Is not sufilclent to allow careful
consideration for any important mena
u res of a neneral character. Represen
tative Underwnml, Itemocratlc floor
eader In the House, and Chnltman of
the Ways and Mean CotrsTnlttee, sas
expected to reach Washington to-nigh;.
FEEL HHEI 1MB RIGHT, STOMACH
Casrarrls make ynti feel Intlly: thi-y itnmcilir t' l.v ileanac ntifl ancrlen the
stomach, remove Hie outi nntlifeiiled nnd fcrmentlnil loon nnd lottl (?'a; take
tli,- exec- bill from llic liver anil carry Off llnf ronstipnletl wnale nuiltcr MM (inisiin
from lM boWft!
A Caacarel lo-niglil wMI itralgktefl ran mil by it orntng a fJ-renl ho from
my lrug:it will keep yuti S u narh rr(i)lati ,. tii i I dial and Litoi nd Ilowela
in a itncndld condition foi monthn Dob I fofgl the children,
10 CentS. Nerer grip or slekesv
CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP"
BROKER ATTEMPTS SUICIDE.
Philip J. Jonra First Writes Xsts
Ksplalalnc Hla Aet.
Phl..p J. -I sixty years old, sn In
surance broker, whose home Is at No.
4i! Htrunx . .!. Rmnklyn, attempte,!
sutvide ' ' it- ti:e Faravhouae, Piopasaqi
I'ark, ahorlly afler 1 o'cloi:k Ihls a.ftei
noofi by hoot'lng himself thnnigh the
hetvl. He was removed to the Km,-a
Cuuntv II. :.!! and , innot long survh-e
the shock of the wound, the surgeon
Jone,a left a brief note beside trim on
the tieticih. a tafia h" seated himself to
take his life. The note aald that thn
writer was "tired and disappointed with
life" snd that he waa "old enough to go
out of It " The sa.p of .paper alao gave
ddriai-tlrns that Isla IksIj should lie cre
GOODWIN LOSES A POINT.
Coart Drales Motloa to Reopen
Case Aaalnat the Actor.
Judge fti-hmuck of the City Court de
nied to-day a motion' lo reopen tha case
of Walter D. Turner against Nat C,
Coodwln, In sfhlch a Judgment of $!.1"2
waa rendered on Nov. .1 In favor of
Turner The declalon gives permission
to renew the motion up rt the filing ol
Turner said he had been hired 'by the
actor at $ a week for the season of
PH. and had been dlaeharged early
In December, 110. He nsketl for the
Mlnry ta the tlrst week in May. The
Judgment waa granted by default, and
the motion to re-open was based on a
doctor'a certificate that the actor waa
unable to undergo iiiestlonlng on uc
cinmt of the effects of his aocldent.
Counsel for Turner replied that Gond
ii In had been attending ball names and
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breeds' confidence and incidentally Confidence breeds busy stores the Urill Stores are busy stores,
live, hustling, homelike, cheerful storeS) where the clerks always smile and Courtesy and Satisfaction
sit enthroned- and it's the confidence bred oy 95 yean of honest methods, good values, nnd persis
tent progress that has made the Brill Stores what they are New York's foremost Moderate Priced
Clothes Stores. And it is these 85 years of progress which we celebrate with the offer of this great
Overcoat and Suit Sale
$5.00 & $6.00
Anniversary Hargains for hoys,
oommemoral ing twenty-f ve
years of successful Clothes
Suits Norfolk and Douhle
bfeaitodi all-wool, in hrowns
und grays sizes 0 to 18.
Overcoats Russians and Reef
ers, all-wool Blue and Gray
Chinchillas sir.es 8 to 10.
Overcoats Big, warm, double
breasted, belteti coats with con
vertible collar new smart de
signs sizes 10 to 18.
Suits Norfolk nnd double
breasted, with two pairs of
knickers all-wool fabrics.
This Sale of Boys' Suit and
Overcoat at 2 Stores Only
Union Square, & 125th Street
$15, $18 and $20
and Suits at
$20 Gray Mixture Overcoats
$20 Brown Mixture O'rcoats
$15 Black Kersey Overcoats
$18 Double-Breasted O'coats
$18 Belted Back Overcoats
$15 Oxford Gray Overcoats
$15 Fancy Mixture O'coats
$15 Fancy Back Overcoats
$20 Single-Breasted O'rcoats
$18 Gray Kersey Overcoats
$15 Button Through O'coats
$15 Fly-Front Overcoats
$20 Chesterfield Overcoats
$20 Ulster Model Overcoat
.2u uark Mixture Suits
$18 Worsted Suit.
$15 Cheviot Suits
$18 Fancy Mixture Suits
$15 Blue Serge Suits
$18 Brown ixture Suits
$20 Gray Mixture Suits
and Suits at
$25 Chinchilla Overcoats
$30 Gray Mixture Overcoats
$20 Gray Kersey Overcoats
$30 Belted Back Overcoats
$25 Plaid Back Overcoats
$25 Brown Mixture O'rcoats
$25 Patch Pocket Overcoats
$25 Split Sleeve Overcoats
$30 Heather Mixture O'coats
$20 Black Kersey Overcoats
$25 Button Through O'coats
$25 Fly-Front Overcoats
$30 Double-Breasted O rnafs
I $25 Single-Breasted 0 rcoats
$1.00 Knitted Neckwear, 50c
$1.50 and $2 Knitted Tie?, 85c
$1.00 Pure Silk Neckwear, 50c
Z5c Paris Garters, 15c
Anniversary Sale of Men's Furnishings
50c Guyot Suspenders, 33c
$5.00 Silk Shirts, $2.65
$1.50 and $1.75 Shirts, 95c
$3.00 and $3.50 Shirts, $1.65
$1.50 Natural Underwear, $1
79c Ribbed Unc'erwear 50c
$5.00 Bath Robes, $2.50
$1.50 Gray Suede Glove, 85c
$30 Gray Mixture Suits
$25 Blue Serge Suits
$25 Cassimere Suits
$20 Fancy Blue Suits
$25 Dark Mixture Suits
$25 English Model Suits
$30 Heather Mixture Suits
$1.50 Tan Cape Gloves, 85c
$1.00 Pure Silk Hose, 39c
$3.50 Full Dress Reefers, $1.75
$1.50 Madras Pajamas, $1.00
$2.00 and S2.50 Hats at $1.40
Derbies, Soft Hats and Tweed Hats.
Sale of Soft Hats and Derbies
S3.00 Hals at S1.85
I Derbies and Soft Hats in all Styles.
S3.50 Hats at S2.65
Fine Featherweight Derbies and Soft Hats.
270 BROADWAY, NEAR CHAMBERS STREET
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