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THE MJMMIMQ WORLD, RIPAx, OVEMBiiK 29, 1912.
errenth without ny Irvllctmenl
turnery hr-lns. round ai atntl in, il
tlK'uth th- win l hvi iiropoun 1d nn
I Seen wl for pr.i'.it' Finally I is
bout 10 be rHr.iM-1 i n 1".'" lia.ll of
ff '. ply to toi rarretc fl hy t im Dl.
li I Attorney iiimiii nn 111 I m.i. h
! .' . Mi I!. ' v.i I- ! M-:.li ili
iUimii then left th "apeclal (Muni
bri.-n 10 001 a a committing SfSfllf
IfStl HI tn rmr.
Thi t. o witnesses of hte wit), IVivJil
I. Snort and Maurice Mrere, h.id hoon
ItnilitcKl with nn for foiri-iv Ttnv
were cJiargl lsn with, perjury, for
daring teatinc-d t IhO preliminary
hearing 1 .ii' Mr. Moo naV exnculnl
tl.f will I oBorod for pi ousts In my
tir.n.jn'". The facl that tl.ey were
thiie .-is never contented. NtT.hr of
I thee men have in-rf' tried anil the 4n-
. .Muifi tsssssi n - I
reissor,. mere never wn orwncr mii. ;
191 nt io OonVlrl tl.ern. IDtlOa lOOi to
bring the rase to trial.
DJOtrtot -Attorney WhltfWan, waofl lie
came Into office, bad o either try their
1 aaei or dlggftlM t.U'iii. lie ciMild flml
no avtooOkOH of 111111 lOfWOTy or per
jure I'oih inillctmrnt . were cVmJssed,
the eume ppoceduro belnc taken In fliu
Ipdtctmcnt eaaWflasj me with forgery.
gMan iinauars your luijuiry In full.
Thi . !m nn rliunM pgatdgng stuns: me
In imy Jtn lodli tion wli'.ln or without
ihi Btatg of New YorN."
"Win th' will, the one reioeted by
lag suiroa't. lie offerrl again for
pttybaltt1 waa aekcil.
WITNESSES TO WILL AVAIL
AllLE. HE DECLARES.
That a l--:al qneatlon to t fuliy
Maildgradt" Wgflly rppiud Ur Patrick.
"I-': eiutnt atatomrn' havn boen maOi
to the public, emaaatlng from tho
.i.ne general aourcie In the l onaplnu y I
.agalnal me. auying Dial thla wlU U
not genuine 1 tn nit It WlU ue found
t . be uliaolutely genitliie None of the
iflKTMitiir.e ihoae o Mr. HI 00 I mean
'UUJ have ben itnperiinpoad on each
auher ai charirecl by the Ht.ite. All have
t ie Mine general etroke. ami the gffeatt
pletiire of effect.
'Tun might oay for m tint thv.e two
VlHtoggajg of Mg wl a-. HNHI of good
eharacter amcl ivhuvuilni tn their localities
where they ore now living. aiil not even
the notoriety attending the cliargfia
tifnlnat ime aueiveil la brealCing down
" would auggeet. Mr Patrick, that
von tell more about theee to wltneaaee
of the will." Ititerpoaed Ju lge Olcott.
"Very well." a!il I'alrl'k ".Mj-ena la
a p.-Hctlalrg attorney In New York
County, while Hhort la a bualneae man,
living In rhlladvlpliU. Mvera tru
formerly connected with my law office
Short waa 11 client of mine. I aetit Uiem
tn tnke 'he algmiturea of Hlco aa a pre-
I aulinn to protect Mr. Illc. Mr. nice
bel'cved there waa a acheme to perpe
trate a fraud upon him, and It waa tny
inlaalon and employment to protect
him from theae achemera. Both Myera
.ml Hhort acted, at my reiiueet. In
CHARGED ESTATE 4,SO0.0O0 FOR
"Ti.ut fraud wlik h Mr. Illea auopeeted
fount frnltatlon In my arreat, convn;
tlon and Imprlelnment." aald Paitrick
ratalng hla voice and taking the relm
of the converaatlnn entirely In hie own
Whey, theee people have already
charged the eatate of the lata
William Ma rah Bloo with expaaai
tarea aggregatlag M.BOO.OOO for
prooarlagi they claim, my arreat
a ad onnvlctlon. Thla, la apita of
the fact that the aonaty of Kew
York paid every aat aad legitimate
axpenee in connection with my
aeveral trlala and appeala. They
eoataad that thla ta.ioo.ooo waa
aaad la the proeecntloa of ma"
"How do you get thle knowledge?"
ii itn aaked.
"I have H from direct Information
procured In the State of TcTae," aatd
the liberated lawyw. "Two yeara ago
my wife vlaitel TeVaa, and while there
employed a lawyer In my behalf. Cm ly
II short time, a fiw hour after he had
1 -min hla work In my behalf, be waa
r'lut down and killed In the atreeta of
Ifouaton. Thle lawycr'a name w.ia
Mroclunari. IIu had prepared to leave
llouaton In my be'.ialf for ckitveaton
when a vuUo official of llouaton ahol
I1I111 down fiom acroaa the atrcet aa he
started from hla office. Thwec gunmen
yi'Comill.aheil their iiurpoae tnH'auee thla
man mi 1 utartod to work. In my behalf
Could not thla Rnn kman have seen I
killed In ronnrclun with unother mat-
"I have It on the very best authority
that he waa killed becaua of hla inter
est in my case," he aald emphatically.
Why, he waa 110 prominent that both
Federal and but Judg war hi pall
bearer." "You aay that you have heen the vlo-"
tlm of a conaplraryr wa aaked.
"I have made the charge In court that
I was railroaded to prlacn by virtue of
a gigantic coneplracy. In which a
"I wouldn't y that. Mr. Patrick,"
epiike up Judg Olcott hurriedly.
WICKED CONSPIRACY, ENGIN
EERED BY ENEMIES.
But It wag a conspiracy, a
wtckad conspiracy, engineered by
enemies of Mr. Bice. The Court of
Appeala la Ita dissenting opinion
tha Judges atood four to three
against me held that th fact of
murder had never been proved la
1 gay .
Here Patrick Mettled back In hi chulr
and told some hirhortu unpuullahcd du
tatl connected with the death of Mr.
It.x'e, which, he aasertel, were the ah
e'.ruto proof and susceptible of proof.
Vaft. James A Uaker Jr. of Hour
ton, Tax., wa president of the cor
poratlon which had been formed to
fecelv a HSuOOuO mfllTrmWI from Mr
lllce. Thla IIIM.Onu waa to be Invested
and th Income was tu go to the ma.n
tenance of the Inst lullun. None of la'
builder waa lo receive any ruinpi nu
iion. During hi lifetime Mr. Rlre 'con
veyed tha alte fo it he Institute, which
waa to be an educational Institution run
for the benefit of the while inhabi
tant of Houitou. Mr. Rice became In
volved In claims brought by hla wife
against him under th law of Texas
known aa the community property law
nne-half of the eatat goea to the wife
She died and on her deathbed ahe made
a will leaving t2.tAW.0ou to othar than
her huateand. Her will waa probated
and her eatate leubmltted claim to
Thy Cur Colds in On Day.
Taw truss 4- Onega Disss, (e. gar Ms. Ad n.
H i i has till ii NMni
f New V.i city,
"Wall Ihli displt.- km 1'i prigrrs.
v' i Kin ii ft letter to i -mi I)Kt.
Instructing him in draw will. leaving
110 1 'i mil. In H littiv nnl Dip
01 tMitk ii? the fatal iii the prnpiisril
Wei fnatltal Mi which h had original
ly f ' 1 ;. il lllli.il In i: v. l.iKI.OtM. In till I I
amT .Mr mff M run will nrrrt not
: long, mr If I live I shall mk an
nt'ior will '
"AlMlkW letter fro 11 Mr. Itlrc a cm
nlliirnnv In iM- "Itv Inlrtwl . ! !n
my trial, ami xliow. 1 that Mr Rlrp rr
quested him to ill art up tin? form of a
I'll. Ui aa hp Intended to mnk imn
rlinnire In h' than existing will Thin
lwr-r teMinVil ih.V In h.l clone to.
RICE BELIEVED EFFORTS WERE
MADE TO SWINDLE.
"I wa railed In tn ronfrrein with
Mr. Ittcs who aalil to me that lin he-
llrved that them wen effiirla on font
, ,Wtl.,. him. and I BSSS
will for hi in uinler hla Jlree-
Mr Patrh k aald that he hud known
Mr nice frnm thu time he waa thli -Kan
inn old. hla father having been
nn tigent on two of the RMi rdMroadg
In Texa, mid that he had rtalted Mr.
Hlco in th.a city on several oc. aaiona.
hilt that iv hen lltigntlon fgilM up be
tween Mr niiVa eetate and Mr lllce.
he waa employed by Col. Held 1 1 get
gVldanOi lo auptort the contention thnt
Mr. Itlce waa a realdnnt of Texan, nnd
Hndgf the J111 leillctlon or the law of
thai State. He aald bg had moved
front Texoe to New Vn k 1n IM and
that Itlce had dlad In II
"Of icitime, If Col Hull rinll prove
that Mr Itlce waa a reel.ten' of Texa.
the Nlfta mnde bp hla dmnaed wife
would have lo be paM by Mr Moa,"
exiilfllned Mr. I'nlrlck "Afler the
death of Hire, Capl Mailer cume to
New York and I put him In peaenNni
of facta with refarenog to the wllla
lllce had mnde. and rive Mm I OOP?
of the will of
1.. whl'-h he ltlni'eir
had 1.1 e. aire, I. At tile name tlrnil I
erhlblied to Mr. BfJtar the will Wm tl
Mr. Rice liiul eaeeuteii later. In whliUi
I waa named aa faadduary legate .
Patrick further cxpl.ilned: "Mv later
conneotlnn with Him aroae through
efforta I made to bring about a rOIB
promlee between Hlco anil the gectl
tora of hla wlfoa eatate. Col. Hold
rittlhorlxed me to negntlate for a I2'ifl.'"l
netllement I lnnila thin offer to Caj.t
llaker, who waa Mi. Itlea'e rejireaenta-
tlve, and lie told that 'he would not
aubmlt the mutter to Mr. Hire. He at
that time tepreevnted Mr. lUoe In all
hualneaa m altera
PATRICK MET RICE THROUGH
"Beatoblng further for evidence. I In
serted an advertlaemetit In a New York
! pa.pr aaklng for relatlven of Mr. lllce.
Thla gdv aril earn apt bimiKht me Into
touch with Mr Rloe, who gtibgaquently
I heard of my effo'ia to aeltle for li'iO.'mO
the dim nlil with hla grlfVl helra. It
reaohe l hla cara luillrictly and he wroto
I me a note to call at hla home, which
"When I called he told me that
Oapt. Baker had never submitted
my taSO.OOO settlement offer. It
waa after thla that I name Into
pergonal touch with Mr. mloa and
did ooaalderable bnalneaa for him."
1'atrlok then switched hack le the oc
casion uT hla ahowlng Capl. H.dcer the
wills made by Uloe following the lat
"After Daher had exiunlnud theee
walla In connection with another num.
who waa acquainted with Mr. Rlae, he
telephoned In meet him 01m morning at
the (Normandle Hotel," aald Patrick, re
suming hla narrative. "Thla I did. I
I met Him In tne inonjr ana ncccnixpumea
him to hla apartment on the fourth
i floor. Ho then made to me the propo-
alllon that If I would suppress the se
cret truat under the last will and trans
fer the lllce estate to him as attorney
for the proposed tnatltute and would ac-
m it a augti of money to be m- 1 upon
heiween us he would take the aeemid
will nnd prol.ate It.
"Thla la the game will whlot.
Short nnd Myera wltaeaeod. BnV
tn oonat deration. Oapt. Baker pro.
posed that I mnat ha eUmlnatad
from the administration of th
will. la abort, he aaked me to be
tray my truat.
SAID ATTORNEYS 8TIRRED
"1 reaponded to Haker that I would
nt make any proposition to him th.t
would Involve "hla dlalKinor. and I waa
.iirnrlsivl that lie WOttM make one an
me, nnd 1 aald: "Healdea, you are not
the lllce Inatlliiute and In no poaltl in
to comurnmlae with me' 1 10111 nnu
that If I came to any adjustment along
the in.,., be nronoaed It would he with
Hie truateea of the Iniitltllte.
"lie milled. Tntrlck, I am the Tllce
Institute, and I am Ita attorney, anl
the truateea will do aa I auv. There
must be a eettlement now or never
told him aa lung aa the newpgpei"a
warn helng fed with matter airatnst "ie
I did not look upon him In a frlen llv
plrlt. He auted tat a firm of at
torneys were ettrrlnif up the news,
minors In expectation of belnu employed
In the case T told him that 1 would
come lo no settlement under pressure
"Hut I did meot him In on nep-t
We agreed to gather tha lllce etat
here and put i't under J dm trvat. and
then go tn Texa tn adjudicate the
disputed point, whether I ahould bg
nllmlniled or not from th estate I
felt I would set a fair hmritig In Texas,
where there waa n agitation tn prog
reea against me.
"Accordingly. I consented to tb open
ing of the box of aeeurltlee, pog1on
of gag lull Mr Rica had transferred to
' me It was 1n a truat company The
eafe was oncned in oiir Joint presence
i and securities visliie.l at tt.fll0.W1n wee
taken therefrom and deposited In our
Joint ns ii. It was aa I stepped from
the outing of tho hiilhllng Wbloh boused
the Hifelv deposit company that I was
rfwat d on suapMnn of having forged
a ehk for 11 sum of monsy. Then
ensue. 1 'i trtln of elrru-rstanccia whloh
have W pt me in prison until yeatcrday.
I mlnht say I have no feeling of vlri
rllctlveneaa about tho whole mattce. and
those who participated, hut Justice ha
eisty nartlsllv been served,"
FlT-Jinl oieott lbn stated that
the fnregolnr statement waa the last
Interview Patrick would gve before
he proceeded with such letrai action aa
would be determined HPOtt,
As the reoorters wc"e flllnir from
the renin, ratlek etntricd them
".Inst a mooienl." he fiild, "In lis.
half of Onv Dlx I would aay that he
did not uaslwn a renson for granting
me the yjairdnn. hec.iuae It would hin 0
been a reflcetlnn upon nromlrent imb
11c officials Hla ggflgfoalg uet In mr
behalf will he f nil v vlndleatel when
si! of the fai ls connecte.1 w'lh the last
will nnd testament of William Mareb
Itlce shall have hi e'i made known, a
thev assuredly will be"
WILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO RE
LEASE OF INNOCENT.
Patrick left his home In the apart
ment hou at the northeast corner of
Claremont avenue and One Hundred
and Twenty-fifth afreet ahortly after 10
o'clock Una morning. H walked wllh
Ida wife to Uroadway and On Hundred
and Twenty-Mventh street, where a
runabout waa awaiting Mm. Mrs Pat
rick returned to her horns and Patrick
am now on my
lavtyar, former Judge WlllUn M. K ol
co'.i. with w'.om 1 made In appoint
M Hi by lelephuoe thle inornlnC. Until
I confer wih him 1 oannot make any
However, I wleh to eay eomethlng
at ,ut the beSUM and unjuit attitude
n' eertu.n newapapera concerning mr I
.irdon. livery bciy knowa theag papers
I, I n it shnw any falmeaa to ma during ,
niv. trial. It Ie not aurprtatng that they
hgSM pnrtM that policy to tha hitter
rat 1 aald he would go to St. I.oula,
oogt t., cMl: Mr. MllUken. He had not
... iu ii J it when he will start.
"Ftofore I leave New York." he aald,
"I have an'iie inwagea to deliver. They
are MewaVflM from poor unfurl unatea 11
Mng Hing cut off from tboae near and
deur to them."
"Innocent unfortunate.?" pngrtok wag
"Some of them." he replied, "are proh.
ahly innocerrl. Ofhea are pnaelbly
"It Ii reported." h waa told, "that
yn'i a'e to encage In the bualnoa 'if
heiklng Into the rasea of man who
claim to have been enf to prlaon unl ia
Iv and gvMlng liisUce for tuoh prla
on ere "
"I oouldn't emrnge in a nohlar wo-1
ooidd If he anrwercd "I tcnow of i-er-tain
riKM of that kind floiilitteae Ihafb
are hundrede of eaea n Innocent men
aho have heen iinluatlv convicted." 1
NO USE 8EEING PPOSECUTOR
AND JUDGE, OLCOTT SAYS.
Tn replvlnr tn ri statement made 'n
one of the mnrnlmj papers by former
Assistant Idattl'l-Attorney Krancli P
flarvan. erltlnlelug the method adopted
by Oov. nix In pardoning Patrick.
Jtidee (llioff said fn-day;
"Of course the precedent hss alwavs
been for tha flnvernor on a pardon ap
plication to aalc the advice of the District-Attorney
alio fried the case and
the hidre bafirm whom It was tried ;
tlegliinlinc wllh Oof ItlWlng, an l aolna
mnrn innnain site Hnnni.iritvii .1
Oovs Odell, Hurhe. nnd White, all Nib
noa ernors exr M Plx have hod lhce
atmUcallnna before them, br my In
alstent 'cnoeklnit at their doors.
"Knch one of them Iris followed the
precedent hv ashing the entnlnn of
Tudie '"off and Mr .termm. nnd 'n each
nne of tl"-n those nfflnlnls hnve rendei-ed
an opinion sfrnnrlr and un.hangeahlv
"When Onv. niv took up re matter
rberefnre. It would have been a wo-k
of superer irntlon for him to have
asked for theee opinions. Ther were
Jit- A , I ,,n,..,nl.la 1,1, their
very terms, nnd It was therefore In .
aplte or these opiniona inni cnv. loauaii 100a ana clothing nnd all avnll
eenclu.'ed to use tils authority whle'i j nble medical supplies In Taclohan.
I 'auperlor' to dial of even the learned Tho scene of tho dlsaater Is Just north
oplnlnna of Judge ("lnff and Mr. lemme. 1 of the Destructive typhoon Which swept
and to do everlnstlng and much delHTed the Vlsayan Inlands on Oct. If. Inflict
Justice In the case. n g a heavy toll.
"I note Mr Onrviir.'s QUglnl ohte-1 riio War I e.partnient will not order
tlon to flov. Dlx's course Tt Is ena- j epenial aiipplles eent to the I'hlMpplnesi
logous to the onlv rerourse we lawvers until further InformaHon la received as
have when we are tienten In the trial j to the extent of the damage. At Manila
of an action. We mav alwaya ndloiirn there are big supplies of military supplies
to the neareat tavern nnd ruree the which it Is assumed have been utilized
NEWSPAPER CRITICISM UNJUST.
MRS. PATRICK SAYS.
Patrick' long yeara In prllnn hnve
made him an early riser, tie and hi
Ife were up befoi e sunrlae this morn-
ln. and si nt out for the morning pa
pers the flrat thing. They found a great
deal to p)eae them, hut com things to
make them peevlfh. and Patrick
straightaway announced that b would
e no newnper men.
Mrs. Patrick earn to th door when
an Evening World reporter called. If
there waa anvthlng to eay aha would
ay It. Mr Patrick would not be eeen
Ife thought everyhoily wnu'd avnrpAthlxe
with him and was nmaed tn find a
note of hostility In sumo of the news
parer accounts of hla release,
"Hoth Mr. Patrick and myself." aatd
the wife, "are very much chagrined to
find a har-h nolo in the newspapers to
day. We regret very much 10 see that
Oov. Dtft'l ct of Justice has been criti
cised The Oovernor did only what he
should have done and what previous
Oovernors ah mid hnve done. That there
are thoae unfair and unjust enough to
criticise It seems very hard to us."
Mr. Patrick was ked If he wa
very happy to get her husband back.
"Yeterday was the happiest day ef
my life," he ald "It wa really and
truly Thanksgiving nay. No one can
understsnd what It meant to us both,
after thoae long years of euffeiin. iml
ee pare, tlon
GET COAL DEALER'S
1 Cm tinned from First Paaje.)
flrat batch and others will follow la
CRANK BEGAN TO SEND OUT
1 That the crank would actually follow
out thin outlined course of action wa
not considered likely, but the price of
coal baa not been reduced as suggested,
and, bent on righting matters in the
way he Ins conceived, he hss started
out the t. 1 eaten. I batch of loiters So
If you aappeii to be a wealthy Urook
lynito and your wife turn over to you
a perfectly horrid letter from a ooak
dealer s'.e never even baa heard of.
give hint a chance to dlaclalni rceponal
blilly before you act.
The matter waa twit taken up by the
Coal Kxi'luuiKc, ai urgundxtiUuin uf
wholeaa.lv crnd Mobil ooa.1 detUara 111
Brook!-, :. until Weilnoaday and tho
OovecnnaBrit, nity and p: Ivabi Inves!
Kators were put to work at one, on
vYsdnaaday night the Columbia Heights
so. Mei v woman got tb crank' ienter,
eign.-d uMh the n i ne uf the coal dealer.
M per gehadtfg snd tw Md U over to i,,
huatead, 1 b oasJ tester MS m4 bl
say tint t he hn l adinlr.Hl Imu- from a die-
ta.M for a long Urn. cukI wa aaaeUS
THINK THIS OVER
Is there any beverage that
costs you less per cup than
Bold In airtight tins onlj
AND HUBBY'S GOAT
OF TYPHOON IN
Dead and Injured May Reach
That Total Is Report to Wash
CITIES ARE IN RUINS.
VLssayas Islands Are Swept by
Great Storm That Rrings
Disaster to Wide Section.
) rVAgnfatCOTON, Nov. That fifteen
1 thousund persons were pre, ,ahly Rilled
I and Injured In a typhoon that swept
the Philippine Islands last Tuesday was
reported In cable despatches td the Bu
reau of Insular Affairs to-day.
Nows of the d!anter came In a de
apatch from the (lovernor-tlnneral bf
ti e I'hlllpplnea. No (Inures of tiie dead
or Injured were given, but It waa elated
that probubly llf the population of two
eltl s h i-1 been' Voat.
The typhoon awnpt the Vlsaayas lal
amlB. and Is auld to have practically de
etmyed Taelolaui, the capital of l.yte.
ui the northaaat coast of the Islands,
and to have wrought enormous damnge
and loss of Ufa at (,'upli, the capltnl
of the Province of Capg. I-eyta has a
tiorulatlon of M.noo. c'oplx has a popula
tion of over IM.P0O. TTggtll Is tho terminal
of tha railroad from 1 101 10 It la a moat
Important eugar point
Tho despatch containing Information
of the typhoon waa aont yesterday
The liovcrnor-Cleneral informed tlia lie-
part men t that h wae rushing a alilp-
to cara for the sufferers.
l''rom report received It appear tlrnt
fli typhoon awapt from tha eaat in a
eoutherly direction, crossing the Island
of I.eyte, whare T.n lohnn It localed.J
xniiha nn cu i .dm .in 1 winning ecmt.it.
doing great damace along the coast of
Mindanao. Hollo, where th damage 1
aid to have ben eve n greater, la one
of the most fertile of the Philippine
Iditnda, with vast eugar and hemp plan
tations. The are mainly owned by na-llvi-s,
althougli many formr American
oldler are Interested.
Otcytb Is & miles from Manila and
Tai'loban 779 mile.
WILSON WILL CONSULT
ALL THE PARTY LEADERS.
His Invitation to Bryan for Talk on
Cabinet Only forerunner
HAtMnvroX. nerinuda. Nov. 3. -President-elect
WoodroW WIlMn has deter
mined not to tnke the advice or one
man only but of the leader of the
Demooratlo party generally on the cjucs
tlon of the formation of his cabinet and
In the electlon of men to flu Important
His invitation to William J, Bryan to
meet hUn In conference at I'rluivton l,
It la thought, only the forerunner of nu
merou Invitation to other .pnrty lend
er 10 meet hln. In Si rli-8 of consul! 4
tione In referenne to hi' legislative pro
graamme and uppolnlments to office.
to meet her In some aecludcd spot cvhern
Ihey could tie cclmie. Itcrerrlng to the
lusbaivd the let :er-wjiltr mi.:u "Don't
worry about husband -1 can take caje of
him. all right"
The plan slipped a cog there, for the
husband did not gu running for the
coal dealer. Instead he took the letter
to hi lawyer anil in a voice trembling
with anger Insisted that the forward
coal dealer get th full limit of tha
law. The lawyer communicated with
the coal man. and ha. In turn, put tha
case In th hand of bis own leggl ad
viser. When the group mat a conference th
husband wa loath to be convinced that
th latter wa not exactly what It pur
ported to be He was not apeaaed until
he had been shown a copy of tb erauaf
Oenaral warning have heen sent out
to all members of th Association.
That was a comparatively rtmpl mat
ter, but the Exohang has not yet
decided on a way to reach every
Brooklyn husband who may become a
fellow-vlctlm In the downward revision
of the fuel price Hat.
lo a Oonatitutlonal Dlaeaao
It originate in impure blood and re
quire constitutional treatment, acting
through and purifying the blood, for it
radical and permanent cure. Tb groat
est constitutional remedy 1
In u.-itiul l.uuir form ur in rliin-.il i t ah.
i .fU kn(lw ft, Saraatab. 100 doses $1.
Nial and other loci forms of catarrh
.... . ,. i ! . " srru
I f?IH?Uia2!J"l' AntiwpleU cjr
v stuinrii, vwej uruiiginia or lllllll.
C. I. IlrHid CoH Lowell. Mhm.
Dull and Patent
Leather, Ru-? .Tea SA
aJa Calf. High Jn
Button arte) 1
uban A French Heela
I STORK Bafwy-i'
Illasiraug Casalagu J Ira.
Cub Betr Wheels Baby About in Go Cart
and Kisses the Kid When
BEAR CUB WHEELS
Rut the Kid Doesn't Like
Caresses, Which Are
iliesl to Hie swaxJsg Worlt.)
BOSTON. Mass., Nov. B.-viny aunny
afternoon two fat bear cubs may tie seen
playing "tag" with a throc-year-oid
youngster In the rear of the horn of
the P.ev. ("ha nice- J. Hawklna, No. 51
Elm treot, Jamaloa Plain. The little
fellow shouts with glee at tho clumpy
attempts of the cub to overtake him,
and the cub themaelve. entering into
the spirit of th fust, glva vent to loud
grunts of merriment! The boy 1 Robert
Boone Hawklm, son of th Rav. Mr
Hawklna, who brought the cubs to his
Jamaica Plain home after a trip through
the New Brunswick ivtldsnieas laal sum
mer. One afternoon last week their curios
ity created havoc In the home of Mr.
Hawkins. A atep ladder wa placed nt
tha rear of the bou and In an un
lucky moment a ncrby window left
open. Thd cubs promptly e'i 111 tied In
and entered the kitchen and soon he
cam coated In a mixture of Hour and
molasees. Then they continued lntn
the parlor, and strains of
dlgcord were heard proceedltiff Iroiu
in- nli i id When th cube wm ,iu
Ule Piano. ' nen tne cudi war am-
covered they wer rollUtaf on the par; .
floor in an attempt to rlH thbCWglr'
of tin lr sticky coaling.
BABY IN CARRIAG
AND KISSES Hi
Every morning and afternoon ) KrlSSt. t and f2 a bos. At Hiker
throng of children come to call upon I Heeeman T)ru gtorea and all other lead-
.I...I- f.-i-,..l. .1 .. nn lh.l. kln.l
leg and salute with joyou grunta
Tha cubs ar not at all "puffed up '
JUST HIT HIS CASE
AFTER SUFFtRINU FROM ECZEMA
FOR Y EARS, CURED BJV RXO
"I hare had i lot of trouble all my
life with eciems on my righl lag be
low the knee.
"I have tried different remedies,
without help, but Saxo Salve ha just
bil my caie, and I am thankful I came
The penetrating, soothing and heal
ing power of Baxo Salve Is remark
able. If you have any itching or burn
ing rash or humor of the akin, any
acalp or chronic old skin trouble,
Saao Salva is what you need. If it
fail to help you. wa will give back
Stare in New York and
Brooklyn snd st all drug
i lores where this Mas
and white sign or
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK
Per lOc Bottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
Ton nn i air so voi RNri.r.
ctcoc i mn r:i. I. IT.
B. Prllcharcl, Maker, HI Spring St., N. V.
consist of women' capabil
ity to bear healthy children.
Beauty Mere BcaafJful
with their POPtllMttPi aid greet
viallors wl:h cnunl atTalilllty.
Frequently little Robert clambers into
Its haby carriage and alls to Blitxen,
his favorite chum, who obediently toddle
over to the carriage and pushes the lit
tle hoy around the yard to his heart's
content. Tha cub perform the duties of
! BOMa with aome laxity, It must he ad
mitted, a whenever hla attention is di
verted he ilenejm hla young charge at
once and the youngster la obliged to
j clamber out of his carriage anil threaten
I his Ohum with a wliipi-.!i.' belore he will
! return lb hla task. Ulltzen la .very af
; ectvonato M sympathetic and alobbera
hla yoiint friend with Icjs.-s when ho
cries Tho youngster a to thea
I damp caresno and a puckering of the
lips will sto; any threatened flow of
! Both Dor.ner mid Bllixen are fond of
iiiuslo and when they hear the strains
of tho piano or a passing hurdy-a;urdy
they will dance In tn ecetney of Joy
around the ard or tn their commodiou
Tho cube, which are of a handsome
dark brown, have grown wonderfully
I since leaving their wilderness home, and
I now welKh over 1 Ji pound each,
j Lllitxen or Lightning Is of a car.
I free and frivolous nature, while "Don-
ner" or "Thunder" I of a mora serious
and aether ort.
To-Morrow Enjoy Freedom from
Sciatica and Neuritis
The prodding pains of rheumatism, sci
atica a ud neuritis ran net long atand be
lore the proof furnish of tha work ha
I iii: done thruugh the count rv by Nurltn.
tho nrescrlpt ion In powder form which la
a positive antidote fur uric acid poison.
It In a physicmn's prescription, pharrna
ceutUallv 0M1 pounded, without a trace of
opiate, nari oilr ot any harmful drug.
Tti'Uiahle phvelrians all over the country
ar- prencrlbing It aa a luug-needed rem.
JjW' 4nt! nw 0t Mlfli aucceaa la trav-
At 'last here Is a prescription not a
patent medicine which will poaltl vat v.
ET nulck v relieve rhaumafism. - i,.ri
und neuritis. It Is pure negligence, en-
I K.Y'H IrV Rr1KATeslarlr Mli, wio'Xf,
, think thslr caiea ur of Inns standing and
1 " '
i e true
At last a REAL cushion
dhoe. Makes the hnrdeft
pavement feel soft and yield
ing to tho foot. The springy
pole remains springy. The
combination of felt, leather,
cork and kid gives all-day
comfort to tender feet.
I5.00 to 6.50
SOLD NOWHERE BLSB
JANES S. COWARD
264-274 Greenwich St., N. Y.
tataa wiaaa irassTi
Mall Orders Filled Send fer Catalogue
I . . . '
MONTCIOMERT. On Nan. '-'n. at her reel
ilrnrc ,18D Pecirie at., Brooklyn.
Iniarmsnt Newbunli, X. Y., Monday.
Dec. 2. 112.
Nowburih papsra please copy.
a a ess mf
Lungs Were Affected
Now in Good Health
It ! hey and humaa power to perform
mfraole. The muttem of Rckfnan'a Altar-
1 1 . a remed v for Cmjumptlon, do not
ilrim Hint It will restur
Intl an to ptr-
heatth, but no mu:iy have voluntarily
Uitllla.l tt mvtd thatr Uvea that all who
have thla Jread dlitain jhuuld Inveatlxata
art'l try It. It tiliout't itup tho nljrht iweata.
reduce f. var. promrtta appetite and. la very
tnnnv DIMS, prolong Hfe. Kead what ll
aacuinpliahed In thla caaa:
Catharine Ave. and Aacot Placa,
Queen'a Court. L. 1.
"Oentlement In the venr IDOtt I wai
takn a 1 1 tt a heavy cold and naaty
cfHitr And went to aeveral doctnra. tn -
etbdinf a SpMlAlItt Their meillclnea
1 failed. I then Wtnl to the CateLtltla. but
thi 00 Oifll ntlll itept up. I itayed there
I a rem and then M eni on a farm near
I Jersey City a ry mcl man.
I "My brother then MSon mended Eek
n'an'n Alterative me very hlxhly. At
ft rat I wouii! r.ot consent tc uee It. owing
to the fact that 1 hafl taken eo mtny
mi II n' art thou I btlttg btipra In ahy
I u ny. but finally I cinaenu-il tt t now
! nearly two e.i re vlnea I first took It.
. 1 am now cured mul I dure iav that 1
v "i lit have ' i burled Ion ngo If It
had not heen for Bckmatva Alterative.
I Win to thank you for the OOdMttd
Jtn me. Wherever l RO 1 hlkthly recom
i 'iiend the Alterative, as I owe my ' life
i .Sworn Affidavit i .TtXS J. THOKSOHGR,
, Rckmitn's Altet itiv! In effectlvr in llron-
ihlUtt Asthma. Ha Ft-vvr. Throett and
I an Trouidea arid In ap.iulldln the eye
, ten. Daei not contain polaona, opiates
nr hfthlt - t'ormliiir drugs. for sale by
Hiker -liegeman Drur btorea .in i other
W-adlng druirgleta. Ask for bonkh-t tell
, Ing of recoveries, and write to Kckman
I lihfrntory. Philadelphia, I'm., for addl
J tlonnl e liifni'f.
A L ' C I I
ri it ii aDou i our awaasai
Undersell U mUy tr,,
lloinftM I on iiili'li-l v I ii ml m ......
S. E. Cir. iz-ith. 3d Ave.. N. Y.
clmawl in ihr lslast sl.lss.
UlllIM' AMI CiLNTLBMRN
CI.. II him; FI R8 AND ki;h
I'd ITS st fhs lnct prto.
MANHATTAN CLOTHING CO.
fJttt Sd At., cor. TUd Hi. Opea Regs.
No. 266, Just
al tsgjagJBBxl BBaBBBBl
rr the eeoreRleaee f ear snaay Isarleaa Fatreae. we will sna
to-morrow, Saturday Rio raise. fee
M nic 11 nas ni.i ii..ii ..... uu . u lu n u
Special for Friday, Not. 29th.
VAN. CREAMED ALMONDS,,
trltlone nnd meatr Almonds, ror
rrrcl with a purr matins of allgar
rrram. Our reanilar Sua
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
CHOCOLATE COVERED KAISIN1
AND PEANUT CLUSTERS f
CHOCOUTE COVERED COCOA-
rUI auiAl.1 i,i, reatres of
alirrtlded ciMuuntit nnd wholBasmio
1 ri'uin. i'wvtrrd .Ki-nrruii-tly with uur
.it-li known wtf in itnt.
Uur raiculur UTm aiMKla.
roi Mi BOX
OFFERIN S FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
iMiLK. CHOtULATh FKEH
PINEAPPLE our famous Premium
Mtlk rii(Ko1ntr reiire-cntlnff a
lrol'tor lo m Itilnlv rubf of
I i f li I'lnravirplr and lla own
tuailoua iulcea. Ol Ml BOX
rarfc lto and nrtlandt Ktreei storra
". . "in.."" ni siorrs upru rvrrr rvculna until I
All uur mi. re. ..nrii Xatiinlay Taja til I I o'clock.
MiLK CHOCOLATE COVtKED
sail i'i rn i bpc
ivias-avja uhAru u s r g o
luscious new crop Malaga
grape of eelected variety,
snugly aheltored beneath a
wholesomely delicious jaoket of
our Promlun Milk Chocolate.
ng a- ggf aa
I ON ha1 Marvel. PEftSFI-M!
., ueter us without mac uiiueiiul
powder I'KIIHPI - Nil aaln. Aad hubbv
says he never will either. My arm - pits
now ara always fresh snd ooot. My waists
and dresses never fade, rat stiff r
stained; sit tny dr.sa-shleld misery Is gss
No mors misery frnm rolled up dress
shields Hint form a ropy wad under Use
arms. Nn m -. humlitatloa.
PERHI'I NO Is Jual slorlsuat W saw
It In summer when clothing Is light; ws
use It In winter when clothing 1 heavy.
It Isn't a areusv, halr-gummlng ereagai
It'a a pnwder. I'se It wherever ther 1
excessive, unneutral snd miser producing
perspiration. I'HHSPI NO le also aiagsaal
In n. I'ii. iv removing all perepiratlea
odors. Aa a body sweetener tbsre le eota
In Ilk It. A free powder pad la eaeh
iT.u si' I Mi. sold ai drag aad depart
ment atores, 2fic a box, or eeat ea re
ceipt ot price by The rerapo Co..
For aale at all fllksr Haaaman
Oreenhut Klegel. Cooper Co., Sake A Com
pany. Fourteenth Street Store.
" urnlmtn' ttpticianit
Bait a Century Bualaeaa.
Your Eyes are Too
Precious to Trifle With
Any one who hangi out
a signboard isn't com
petent to examine your
eyes and fit glaaaea.
Our eye examinations
by registered physicians
assure absolute accur
acy. Eyae Ennmlned Without Charge
Perfect Fitting Glasses. I. .10 to lit
With Karntui Near Lenses, 84.50 tolls
217 Broadway, Alter House.
223 Sixth Ave.. 1 5th St. 350 Sixth Ave.. Oa St
101 Nassau. Ann St. 1 7 West 42d New York.
498 Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St.. Brooklyn.
FOR MEN.WOMEN & CHILDREN
No Money $ A
aniimerit of thla
litiinrtMi irariit-nti air
FURS AND rUR COATS
at prlcr murh lower than what m art
r thaiB what
nl to liar.
rroMfonifHi i i.a
316 West 125th St.,nr.8th At.
2:58 3d Ave., 149th St, Bronx
You need a physic
If your tongue is coated
East of 8th Ave.
will find here the saaae eeariesa s as lies
-w . i.ij . 11 iii r u
Specisl for Saturday, Nov. 90th.
ASSORTED FRUIT & NUT
, , . r . . Tl"'r entree ml
rnlnaliMt nuts and frails, rhepned eare-
iiui. mu viiiasra in a pillow
roii'ims ni aiin nae suaar.
Our regular 23r value.
S "u""1 '""'"' fSE
-u mull, with a rererta; al m
pura rhiMolata lo stvc added de- I !f
III ll.usrilHUI. . I'OI- NU HUt
tHOLOUTL COVERED PEPrER-
T..V '" aoetbl-g
Soothlag r a a
lovered aad ehaaea
IP. natty form. Our reeular
vtKi HiGh gkaue q16colaTE5
f0 DAM nncic a ty n r. .
vn pun St LJIULUUV 1 fc
bWi deVrrlpiloa ioT'o'lr" tiSTwil
lia.ts n.it i..i.,i k ... WBB
snsilsl n.,.i a. a-
a .. rr s-- - . . ' ' a a. 15 W
. . , - ... . Mp.ni m
tlvo uurilr and iirll. lousneas. II
in n mis. vv
rulna unlU H clack.
ii'j ay 1
.oS ciT. m.ii .Jt""!
The spadJUd wis be in uao. uuuaee raoludsi I