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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
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(Continued from Klrt Pas '
SAYS HE'S GUILTY
i ntlniin from Vim Pal I
rroult the detective trttm NW Yor,
H ik-. I around HnlT.r.o In IMS, mid
eaveral time In MbfaqiMnt ymn
rtrlft- 1 BM thla !) In U fall f
ml ! appear,-.! In larknwnnn and
weJM t.. work tor dpi ii . Bfrowfl
li .it CMBMUTi
In I., tin wu -.n.. Ml.-kay ,iftn lit
the r..mn.nv .f llttl I...Y1, hul no
j;..-i. va arouaed. He not
work on Oct U MM, nnd r't of
the .la) In McOovcm'a miKi.ii. hi KLIgc
OAVe BOY A PENNY AND EN
TICED HIM TO BARN.
The J.iHopha boy, a child af a Syrian
mereliant of I.a kuwarin.i, Kent Imiiie
f.jm whanl at 4 o'clock or the after
noon of OH. 12, left hla book and ran
out to play- Half an hour later he
il a penny' worth of candy In a
tore next to MoUovern'a aaloon. Ill' key
e.iya ha gave the hoy the penny for MM
CMafly and when the little fallow left
th randy atorn entl.-ad blm to a ban.
In the rear et Mc'Jovern'a place, where
tie iatlled him. The body of th boy waa
thrown Into a . eaapool and lll. key wDl
about hla buiilneaa.
The cWaiippramirre of the Joph buy
am a aenaa-Uiui l:i Krle Ooun:v
Mitd wnKrrn Now York federally 1hnt
lllekay barauna alarmed and fled from
lala,waina on Oct. 1. Ha cum 0
Buffalo and Voal hlrraarlf In Via alum
Ob Oct Oitaf of Poce Qllaon re
oatrad an anonvroouo latw. maul. -1 In
HuffaJo, raaaHoar tha dautla of the
mortar of th Jnaapna boy and atatln
that tha body ooukl be found tn a caar
ponl Tavok of UoTeovpm a aaVion. Tha
dirantlona war tndaflnlte and poUoam.-n
flaWflfil to make a aaanch fatled to find
tha wu pa.
AMkough poJare oliVara and DJtva.t de
torwvaa work ad for month on (tie die
appearand of th Joaoph boy mifhlnit
waa dona toward aolvane; the myahery
until ffptmtr of thta rear when ch':
Hlaon beajan to receive anonymoua let
ter and aeat card. They were all tn
the aama hautdwrttaa- On Nov. a Boat,
i-ard, mailed In noeton, narrtwl minute
iMractlone aa to how to And th body .if
little Joaapha and tha body waa, found.
POSTCARDS LED TO THE AR
REST OF HICKCY.
Facalmllee of th letter and poat
carda were printed In the newpapr.
They attracted tha attention of a fore
man at th Lackawanna Coha Ovana
who had an old letter written by Hlckay
which he turned over to tha nolle.
Thar waa no doubt that Hlckay had
penned the poatcarda. It waa ahown,
whan thay ware aoriiparad with tha lot
Then John Woekvm of tatckawanna,
an acquaintance of Htekey, ralatad to
tha police that ha had juat raoehred a
poatcartl relating to a patant, mailed at
Whltlnca, N J., and aliened by mickey.
The po.te.ird, compared with ttia inony
mnu communication, ah owed auch
n atrlkln; .t ntlartty In penmanahlp that
order were wiped to the New Jeraey
nuthorltlea to place Hlckay under ar
reat. M - waa promptly Indicted note
ami nilaon and Dudley want after him.
"Drink, drink, thnt'a hat Bauaad my
terilhle downfall." aaya Mickey In .la
.-onfeaelon. "I've at. ..I It aa ionic aa I
could, hut I've got lo confeaa. Oh, t!ie
i ell my life ha been alnce that time
when late In the afternoon of Oct. V I
lured that little Hyrlan lad to hla awflil
"Vea, 1 wrote the pott carda. I wrote
them moetly vht-n I waa drunk. I
drank to try and art away from my rr
mnree. and for lima It aeetned Uhut I
tvould forret It. But in theae epall I
need to become conaclenoe atrleken.
thouch In a different manner, and write
tha carda, telttna of my elate of mind.
WENT NEARLY CRAZY WITH RE
MORSE, HE SAYS.
"I experienced the mint poignant
pang of remorae after I had killed uhe
little Naw York nwboy. but when 1
etranajled tha little Jonepha lad. while
In a etate of Intoxication. I went near
ly craxy with ramnrae.
"I waa near to autclde many time,
but aoraa how I alwaye , ionic to life
Ith a aort of liop that aome time,
eoma where, I would be abta to forget,
. but all t no purpoae.
"Now 1 am ready to take the nonae
quenoea of my terrible act. 1 am ready
to pay the penalty which aod.-ty will
BANK CASHIER A SUICIDE.
Rxaaalnrr Werklnx on Rnolta
Wham Kcalaaky Moa Eada Idle.
PAOITAH. Ky , Nov. W - JCmuu tt H.
rtarhr. aaalatant caahler of th City
Natli.aal flank of r.ducah, ahot and
killed hlmarlf In the haaeini-nt of (hu
lank h.-rc to-day. Offclali of tiw bnuk
rrfuaed to male a alatement. but It la
know that two examliHt are
on th lnatltutlon'a book.
i the k. im of the earth. Why. if
that man brought hla wife here Md
forci.l litr to commit pe. lury he aoul-1
aa to her, and ehe would loathe hlrn,
for gha would feel deep in her hrari
thai be owed hla Uberty to her dellh
i.le fTerjury. If he brought hla aon
here and foiled him to i-ommlt perjury
he r.xil-l never look that boy In the
W hy. g.nt'emen of (ha Jury, If yu
btl'.eve II-he to vMe a that, onvl I
MM wit ln. it leaving that lx lie la loo
vile to i.e et fraa amonr hi fellow."
AsaJetant DM rlct-Attoi ney Moa made
mans' ohj.-ctlona to the argument.
HYDE'S LAWYER IN A TILT
"Ureal Hcolt," ahouted Mr. Hteuer,
". an't I nrgue facte"
"Halt"' Interrunleil Juallre Cloff.
"Vou muat apologile W th Court for
Unit remark "
"I beg your llon.w pardon." laid Mr
ttBwaT( but he continued att u. k Iris the
Mr. .-'teu.r mad what llyle believed
waa telling point a ben lie eald ut
tha time Rolrfn awora lie waa forced
to make Hie loan, Hyde, n City Chain
lierlmhi, bad nt hla cotniunnil
ntul wna einia.wered to deM.Ht j"HHi,tni
more ;n tha Carnegli. Truat ,ompany.
"And yet," he aneered, "Itohln awote
llyd actually forced the Northern
I ... nk -to loan il.m.000 to the Carnegie
Truat CuinpHtiy. Do you believe that
Why wouldn't Hyde elmpiy luive IB
cteaaed tlie city d.-i-.li by 130.uno
and thua ended th mnttarT'
"If," aald th.i lawyer. "Ily.le had MM
month 'ago lie did aak Hobln to loan
Ulo,0tl to the CnrnegUi- Truat Company
and that Immi-dlately thereafter he, a
City Chamberlain, jmJ Increaaa the city
dcpoalU In the Northern Hunk, then
could have tiean no crime even allngvil
H would never even hava been In
dlctad had ha Uad and corroborated
'And they tell you Hyde, thruugti
hi aecretory, Imrroweri 114,0011 from the
Caruearle Trut Company. WOiat kUid
of a briber, 1n Ilyde'a piwltlnn, would
have had to pay adx per cent, dntereat,
In advance for auoh n loan? SVhnt
greater tribute to rda hnncwty can
that be than that be actually bor
rowed that money, cave lila note for
it, and paid Interest on it! Had he
been a briber h never would hav had
to give a note, pay Interred or repay
MOaJS ATTACKS ALIENISTS IN
ADDRESS TO JURY.
Aaalatant Dlnlrlrt-Attomey M,, p
Can hla oloauig argument when court
raaaaembled after the noonday rootm
He dlacuaaed th roan of $130,000 by the
Northern flank to the Carnegie Truat
Company, and ln1eted It waa made on
acoount of Ilyde'a threat to withdraw
oltv fund from Ibibln' bunk.
'The dofenaea prnaentel to till
charge," aald Mr. Moa. "aro four In
nnmWr: F1rt, It I alleged that Mr.
Robin I Innane and that therefore hla
teatltrumy cannot be accepted; aecond.
Mr. llyd .I, lei lht h had anv eon
yraUofi Mf Hot. in at all,
! ccptlria B fe w irdf concerning Mr
' Ilydi a trip nbroai. third, an -illbl
j that 'n-loa.i ..r l.eln lii -In- ofTI-i- ta'k
i lug with M. Robin he araa at hone it,
ItOllyn aat.ug hi dinner; freurtl.. thnt
. M icputBlloll l fo g.Hnl Bl to i ilae th
lnferno th.it lh hurge .igiir.' itm li
Ml Mo- -I'M took up the ltlmony
of k alleniata that Robitl la man
lie atlBjektd Dr Auttln I lint n an
i :tg, d opinio:, at. . I mall, whole mini! h,.
run lii mi. tTootri for a great mini
yean 11 aleo utt.uk I lh laBttnNMI
..f other iilenl-'a nnd contended that
Hobln a a BMit,
, SAYS HYDE'S ALIBI IS FULL OF
"A in th defendant' uatlmony of
: fl nilU." aald Mr, Moaa, 'it. reila upon
lha taatlmon of Mrr ifv-ic and Mm-
j icr Hyde and of two . l.-rka In Mr.
ITvile'a off) -. Mr. and Wall nnd M-
Ca-.nphell. We have no teatononv In
the alibi from any chauffeur of Air
Hyde', woo may bavu driven dm from
lila office to Roafyn; we have no tl ll
nony fr.en Cummin or rtelcbmiirin,
who wen, a-Hit Rrldn and Hyde in
llvda'a law office.
"Thai alibi I full of hole, ami
xllli all lha need of BBtOhtnl uptheac
hole we hear nothing from a hauf
four, nor from Cummin, nor from
nciimaiin. and, what I rnoet rmrk
n de. wc do not get from anybialy on
,he aide of the defendnnt any a-'count-Intf
for the lon whi.-h waa made by
Mr. Robin' brink to the ('arnewl Truat
Company under the pecullnr clroum
etan.e. In Hie pwullar way. nt the
critical time that appraia In thla rnae.
without contradiction "
TAFT DENIES AGREEMENT
WITH RUSSIA TO COVER
TREATY SOON TO BXPIRE.
SOLID GOLD SEAMLESS
ABC O 1 V
miiw tiik m am i ti n nnt
D a. it
SOUP 1I-HT. G0L
A 114. tO B $.0t C 11.00
.No Chnryr fur Knqraving
lee alor thun Hfty Veara we bv
uptalned i.ur raimiatlon by nianufac
liirlni and Illna the nmt reliable
elld Held and lllainiMid Jeurlre d
eiilld tiold hrinlr. Wedding King
At thr Mail IModrrilc Prlcrs lor tkc
llarstOa!!!) and llrtl WurkmBBaalB
"ur l"ilne. located for nm
than fitly mr at illMI Oeaad at.,
corner Kldrldgr, ,as moved to
Mih Ave., t tnr irth St.
We orrunr the enllre bulldlag.
Wit iniich larrr and better a-i-llltlea
far ear lni-rela balea.
I ruaaertlon llb any ethar
Cor. 17th St.
Guurunlt'cd to re tuin its
hape after laundering
SoM by theBt$t Sttm
a tiew treat-.
In Hu!a, Bhl
Treatmenl 'f Amnk-.m lews Tmv
ellinjf in i .iir's I ) .main Will
Be Left for Wilson to Settle.
H trHJlX iN, Xo- '.li -The Taft
Adml 11 .. on, it wa uiuje known lo
lotl I.. tend, to 'aaka any Bgravt
mini or I er Into a niodua vlvend;
lha treaty with Kula
Jan. ft The qurillon of
and ih lujkdaet of th
trarkBj Jtwi travelling
fA ralel U'-h a etorm all
o.r t-io l'n it- I state ;&.- atirlrag, will
he one of the heritage i', -it Prekrnt
Tall will leave to Mr. Wllsoti.
A tboiiKh tliwe have ben conflicting
rtawrtl kg to the Admtiilatratlon's plain
tow in I Itueila, a letter from tha I'reil
ganl to S i. on Violf, Waihlngton rapre
nntatlVt Of the I'nlted Helirew 'rmgre
g,. II. ...I. and the onlnr of II Nal xYJMMl,
Jnal made publb-, claarlv Indicated th
I'r- eldent' Intention of allowing 'bl u'
r. wir to aettle thla qiieatlnn. il"re1dent
T-ift'e letter'to iMr. Wolf ia a follow:
"I have your letter of Nov. 32, !n
vl.lch you rnfer to the report lhat we
nn- e-ipaifed In making a temporary
njtree.oemt with Ruiila tn take the
place of tha grement which we hv
Bl rafjatatl. T bow to aaiur you that
we . xpe.-t to make no agreement "f thla
kind or of ny ktrel. Wtiat -e have
heeii doing U examining the exlltlnit
trgttf and ntatute and International
'aw nypll.-abl to a altiiatlon, like that
whieb will occur after our tfaaty with
ftuM of IMrt hnH rcaa to .he. We do
I not xpe-t to change, by any agramnt,
O so-called malti vlvandi, the statu
com, which th atop 'gallon of the treaty
I will 1e on nt, I by It ceaslrnT to
iia , e effect"
i by birth rate decrease.
PA 1111. Nov. W The number of re
I orult vllable for the Kren-'h niv
ha been reduced from j: , i mwf to i
als.nnu In 111 owlna io the dlniHiutlon
or tne ntnn rate in Trance, according
to Joseph Itf In, i who made thla atart
llnf aMertlon In the course of deoat
In the Cliemhar of rputlea to-day on
th bill Mlatlpg to Infantry enrollment.
MENS & BOYS' CLOTHING.HATS A FURNISHINGS
Our showing of Men's Winter
Suits and Overcoats is large
enough to satisfy every prefer
ence for cloth, color, weight,
fit and price.
And a further satisfaction is the fact that we
give the utmost in- style, honest tailoring and
Sack Suits $18 to $50
Winter Overcoats $18 to $75
Aston Place &l Fourth Avenue
(SUBWAY AT THE DOOR ONE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY
Remarkable Sale Saturday
No Exchanges No C O. D.
87 Women's and Misses' Coats
In rich Oxford or ntvy; soft, wtrm weaves close to neck or operl,
Formerly $16.00 to $21.50.
106 Street and Motor Coats
Three quarter and full length. Diagonals, Mixtures, all colors.
Formerly $19.50 to $24.75.
76 Women's and Misses' Suits
Velvet, Corduroy, Serge and Mixtures. Navy, brown, blsck or taupe
Formerly $32.00 to $49.50
4 Serge Dresses
Tailored or trimmed effects. Blsck, brown, navy, while or maroon
Formerly $16.75 to $27.50.
25 W. 38th St.. Near Fifth Ave
Extra Specials To-day and To-morrow
At All 200 James Butler Inc. Stores
Double Stamps FREE
with all purchases Friday. Single Stamps Saturday
Have you tried it?
Makee Hot and Cold Meets Taat.
A Pint Snlnd Drriio ajr Adding t'injr.
At iwiraiMwn aad Grwarr it.
IB. Altaian $t (Ho.-
are showing: an extensive assortment of
Evening, Afternoons Street Dresses
and Tailor-made Suits
at $38.00. 45.C: .78.00. CC.OO and upward
Riding Habits, ready-to-wear or made to order,
in correct styles and materials, at very reason
WILL HOLD TO-MORROW (SATURDAY)
AN EXCEPTIONAL SALE OF
Misses' Everyday & Sailor Dresses,
Children's School Dresses & Coats,
and Children's Tailor-made Suits,
AT DECIDED REDUCTIONS IN PRICES
TO CLOSE OUT
Misses' Serge Sailor Dresses . 7 $5.50
Former Price $8.50
L Misses Serge Dresses . . $7.50 & S0.50
Former prices $11.50 & 16.50
Children's Woolen Dresses, 8 to 14 years,
former prices $6.50 to 9.50 . $3.75 & 5.50
Children's Coats, 4 to 14 years, in various
desirable materials . . $5.50 & 7.50
Former prices $10.50 to 18.00
LITTLE CHILDREN'S IMPORTED HATS
in desirable colors and materials
are being offered at . . $2.00 & 3.50
Former prices $5.75 to 10.00
Reductions have also been made in the prices
of high-cost imported hats and bonnets for
infants and little children.
" ftth Ave.,
thm York's Foremost Milling Hou.
SALE OF 1.500
$5 Plush Velour Hats
Hat actually worth $5.00
Two Smartest Shapes of the Season, as
Illustrated. In Brown, Black and Taupe.
6th Avenue. Cor. 18th St.
, fv ?maaw
A Special Sale of Men's Gloves
will be held to-morrow (Saturday)
at the following interesting prices:
MEN'S EOAL BUCK QLOVES
in gray, wool-lined . . per pair $2.00
MEN'S CAPE OLOVES, 8n tan, per pair $1 .25
MEN'S WOOL QLOVES . per pair 35c.
Altaian & (Co:
have in course of preparation
A VERY LARGE SALE OF
FURS & FUR GARMENTS
the details of which will appear later.
aVUldf afaattOeff LMa Vttjp 3511 fttTtftS Km $SS,
Large can suaranteed
fresh packed from the
new crop; wweet, and
tender; lowest EBBB p
U1IVC .v. v.
fered In canned
sugar corn .
Triumph Oats 5
Fresh California fruit; meaty and tender; lb. . .
Large No. 3 can of ripe, red, new fruit.
Potatoes, : ,6 12c
12 EGGS, 25
Selected, Sound and Sweet
At 20 James Butler Inc. Markets
(See Addresses and Telephone Numbers Below)
Choice Loin Jersey Pork i 14c
Legs of Spring Lamb n 16c
Loin or Rib Lamb Chops n., 20c
Loin Mutton Chops, choice. . 2 lbs.,
Shoulder Mutton Chops, 3 ib... 25c
Legs of Canada Mutton b IV
Country Sausage, psh . .n,, isc
Markets in Manhattan and Bronx
17S Amsterdam Ave, cor. 68th St. Phone Columbus S3!)7.
1171 St. Nlcnolas Ave., near ITtttli St. Phone Audubon 4701.
SSt Westchester Ave., cor. 165th and Pox Streets, oppoiite
Simpson St. Subway Station. Phone Melrose 2281.
1245iouth,n Boulevard in Fi . ii. a StPhonereiaontSlU,
68 Tremont Ave., cor. Crotona Ave. Phone Tremont 3 ID.
SS WestChSSter Square. Phone Westchester 558.
1730 iVWtePlalnsRoad.cor.ei 7th St. Phone Wmsbridge i33
80 Third Ave., cor. Dean St. Phone Main Sr.fi.
lS15iUngslllgrnvay. cor. East 14th St. Phone Midwood2722.
820 Flatbush Ave., cor. Caton Ave. Phone Flatbush 472.
attConey Island Ave., cor. Beverly lid. Phone Flatbush 165!)
870ElghteenthAv cor. Benson Av. Phone Bath Beach2008
a onkers 494 South Broadway, cor. Lawrence. Phone 412A
Mount Vernon SJ Mt. Vernon Ave. Phone 167y
West New Brighton, S. I. 1 12 Castletcfa Ave.. Phone 123D
Hempstead, L. I. Cor. Main and Fulton. Phone 222
Glen Cove. L. I. School St. Phone 461.
Huntington. L. I. Cor.Main St. and N.Y.Ave. Phone376.
Port WMhlngton.LJ.--Cr. Flower Hill & IrmaAv.Phone 207.
Freeport. L. 1. Cor. Main St. and Aferrick Rd. Phone 802
A few cents a day
will put either or both
of these into your Home
Time now to think of Christmas, anyway.
If von don't want these for vour own Lmw.
you couldn't decide on anything hetler for
U gill TO some one j"JU iuvc.
Cabinet, 1 le70
ill W. ratm for Mt- llj
JM Writ for a fcW
SH crrdll t.rm. on V-y
SW thr nlrea.
SI tt r
R. R. FARE
li'irVT1"11- P'eiM us oraamtataHl
w.th hni paiaud dteoratloai an
No matter what you want right now in th
way ., turn.lure. we can ve yu ,"!
and suit you with l. rm. of payment
$15 Bookcases. $10
$12 Lady's Desks, $8
$12 Morris Chairs, $8.50
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aVbittnirvaVm mm m mr
aW(f4y HOMfX COMI IHHA I ( ICMMlMi. Ij
CZff'tiairy S. E. Cor. l4th ST. and Id AVfc.. NEW VUMtC
Sunday World Wants Work Monday Morning Wondca