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THE MTrnVlUQ W 0 at D , T V A T ( DECEMBER 3, 1012.
panr'e turning Bonlfacs. Theodore N.
Vgll If understood to have led thuse
-letters within the directorate.
In view of the antiquated rolling stock
MM altogether backward equipment of
Aw New Havr-n, reflected In Ita reoent
r of appalling wrecks, the travelling
p,ihll) will be Interested to learn that the
New Mount Klneo House at Mooeehaad
(., end the Memoset at Hooalano
breakwater hive been "entirely recon
stituted" by the railroad.
ALE OP HOTELS It MYSTERY
Ju.t when and how thase two hotel
paessd Into the ownership of the rail
road l one of the mysteries of New
"When our board meet," sets New
Haven director to-day when preessg to
explain the Rlcker Hotal Company or
Klneo Company plunge of the railroad,
wa always vote to approve, ratify.
. (infirm and adopt a the art of the
o.rvoratlon all MM of the Kxecutlve
OMUOlttM or President of the board
since the last met-tlng of the board.
Within the 1at year ami a half wa ap
pear to have . K.ed the hotel ven
ture, put througH flret In the directorate
nf lite Maine Central, ' afterward re
view In the board f the Boston and
Mn'nr, wttkh the New Haven now 0011
IrSfS. Ho ami see Mellen alwut It."
A lot of people are trying to
Mailm spoilt a lot of things these days.
Uostim, since the smothering of tha
ilrand Trunk extensions by the New
Haven pillow. Is a mighty megaphone.
ailing out for Mellen. Evrn the man
MUartr-page advertlsotnents he has
tken In the principal local newspaper
iave failed utterly In their purpose
The Interstate Commerce Commission.
Congrass and legislatures of six New
ins-lend Slates all have things to see
HIS PECULIAR EYES
RESULT IN ARREST OF
. BAD CHECK PASSER
Man Who Represented Self
as Klk Is Held Under
Tin- fiict th.it l.enrisrd Oppenhelm has
eyes which are, from an ru cullst s point
of on. very miuauail. caused Mm to
It aneeti.l i.-eniiv and arraigned In
the .Moirlsnnl.a Court, to-day on a
charge of grand laroeny.
Walter Cervantes, an oculist, at N),
4g Tremont avenue, says Hint nlm.it
year ago Mipenhrtni came to have !!,
ee- treated, n i under otiiiru) cxitmlna-
Hon displayed the most remarkable pair
nf eyes the oculist had ever seen lie
says one of Oppenhelms eye n.e
sighted and Use other far-slirhted, and
this perullarlty struck him aa nvost un
usual. He says he fitted glaseea for 'he
man an.l charged $4.r.O. Upeiihelm, he
aj. aaked him to take the amount out
of a check on the Urei nwlcli Hank .or
iMilch he did, because iijihelm
lepreaente.l lilmseir as a bmtur mem
tier of the Klks' lodge, slikwed a m. m
, bettsMp card, go I u tr wa seemed
, tboroughly rellablu. Uut. gejeg Cer
,vuntcs. wlien he tried to lush the check
he found It no aood.
Cervautee aayg he euspected that If
.lOppeiihelin worked the game on him he
would try it on other Klks. so he notl
1Ui all of the opticians In the city who
are KJJts and asked them to look out
for a man with one near-sighted and
una far-sighted eye.
Last Thursday Oppenhelm walked
Into the optical offices at I'aul Herger
at No. 1M Kulton street and asked to
Uavt- his eyea treated. Mr. lierger Is an
silk and as soon as he saw Opponhelm's
eyea he aaye he rememdMivd the warn
ing; Cervantes had Issued g year ago.
Accordingly, he notlflnd his brother op
tician and ties latter notified the police.
Uetrcttve Hemey of the Tremont eltatlon
arrested Uppcoheltn at No. W West
Alfred Kchlckerllng, a Jeweler, at
.hd. si m -i i'i ii lane, testintM that on
May II, 1112, (.rppeuheltn, represent
llx( himself as an Klk, purchased an
iillk pin and gave a check for $27,611.
I.uii r the cheek, also on the tlrecu
wlrh Hank, turned out to be worthless
Magistrate Herbert held Oppenhelm
for the Urand Jury on S2.t00 ball. Ho
did not furnish It.
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
Deputy State Comptroller Wallace
g Fraser transmitted the following ap
praisals of estates under the Inherit
ance tax law to-day to tha Transfer
Tax Office of the Surrogate's Court:
Ur. IMward O. Jane way. who died
Feb. 10, 111, left an estate, according
to the report of Appraiser Solomon Ool
denkrant, o the gross valuation of
fcoo. The net value of the estate after
deductions for commissions, legal
charges and debts amounting to t2J,uoo.
Is I'm in Tbe widow, daughters and
the eon of the decedent are the bene
ficiaries. The decedent owned the land
aad bulkllngs at No. H West Fortieth
street, valued at gi.C.tmu. held an euulty
of fM.kao In the land and -buildings at
No. 42 West Fofty-elghth stteet, valued
at l&O.nuo, held an equMy of gJU.kll In No.
14 Wat Forty-elgiith street, valued at
gM.OOu, held un euulty of M,X: In No
It West Forty-second street, valued at
gw,ii The will disposes of realty at
Now Hrunswlok, N. J., 'but Im value Is
Math'.as Htraapurger, who died Jan.
1010, left an estate, according to the rt
port of Appraiser John V. Cogger, of
the total value of WJT.aos. The net value
of the estate, after deducting for com
mint.. .us and legal expenses, Is "".
The ertdow, eon and daughter of the de
cedent are the principal benc-nclartes.
Mm allaek la Daadee t lab.
Bcotty iluiiteii.i, manager of John
Dundee, a boxer, to-day dented the
statement that Katy Flynn of No
Hal Madlaon avenue was aaaaulted by
Ave men In the John Dundee Club
rooms. The club, according to Won
telth, was disbanded last July, and
Mont, ith declares the assault did nol
even take place In the rooms which it
KCSCIUtA Ct kU) US 10 TO SO OATS.
Im I'sru Uedlaee Co., M24 Hiss guest. St.
leuts. Mn .
SMuuis.:uuer ac lauutirt itfsass
tulitiss Lass a sew
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te sate as sets st
see SKOOsrtul Olsunan
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tud eses jsm iiua u
site at its. la SQetim
at by sulA-Asrl.
$300,000 BLAZE ;
Francis Dead and Stephen
O'Connell, Betrayed by
Child Pals, Confess.
CIGARETTES TO BLAME.
McGovern Has Dealers Who
Sold to Young Incendiaries
After a night In the celu ot llohnken'e
pell. e elation, two boys. Frsn- le Heady
nnd Htephen O'Connell. tititli under four
teen, fs'-ed Ite.-order Mlnvern to-day
and admlttnl setting a lire that did
pno.nm damage snd wlpe.1 out a whole
city block, Iniludlni several lenoment
With them were four younger lade,
all hsdly frightened, but ftlll retaining
the Juvenile gang loyalty 'a nch made
litem reluctant to tell on ihelt pals. It
took the tlnesae of llconlrr McHovern
to tiring out the story, AMI when the
boya hsd slgtntd their runfr-geltms and
told whnt led to the firing or the Old
Hrenlle lllivk, on Orand elreei, Saturday
night, the courtroom l!t ned to a
scathing arraignment by the Unorder,
riot of hoys, hut of the men who had
old them cigarettes In violation of the
"They're the ones responsible P
shouted the ltecorder "del me war
rants fur in. m till right now."
The business of the court was stopped
until the warrants hud been swum.
"Now get out and bring those store
keepers In 'here," ordered llecordet Mc
Hovern. Detectives hustled out at once
lo make the arrests.
ELEVEN-YEAR DID BOY TELLS
Laltig Francis Headv, thirteen years
old, Moo I liefore the Henorder unafraid.
It was e:inv to see the boy hud learned
thing in yond his years. He had steel
blue SJTSS, which he rested In turn on
his four i.ouip.iulons, us they lined u,.
to testify against him. Young O'Con
nell. at Unady's side, whispered some
thing lo him and Heady regarded him
The first witness against Heady wa
eleven-) ear-old Hlchard Carney. Re-
fulfil. VI. 'lli. vi. I 1 1 nSlil.illli.il In htm (111,
saaredness of uti oath on tho SI big,
Whet) Cut i , began his testimony he
caught Hcudy'e s lance and faltered.
McQovern caught It, too, and descended
from his official position for moment.
In syiniuHhy with the condition which
made Heady, scarcely more than a
lilld, so apparently hard.
"Uo on with your story," he said.
nodding to an ultendant, who moved
Heady and O'Connell some steps to the
As boy after hoy of the four who had
been outside when the lire was set, told
what t.iey knew of the in son. It de
veloped hry smoked many ylgaielles a
"And do you all smokeT" asked the
Heconler In ainsiement, looking down
on Dendy's little nine-year-old wisp of
a bint her.
"Yes, air. I've been smoking a long
while," :epUed the child.
"Maybe you boya don'l reallge hew
terrible yotir crime Is," said the fle
cordtr. "I don't think you do. )feu
smoke cigarettes, and that has a
great deal to do with It. I tell you.
continued ltecorder McUovern, ad
dressing the court room, "It Is swful,
but we only reallae It In cases like
this Kvery boy brought before m.
Is a cigarette smoker. I have trleo
to stamp It out and so have the police,
but It continues, and will ho long as
the laws are not able to protect th I
children. Clgaretites, the cause of
Juvenile crime, must mil be sold to
children nnd I'll stop It In this city.'
The i willful firebugs were then
held for the Juvenile Court
ONE DEAD. TWO HURT
AS RESULT OF STORM
Steerage Passenger on Big Liner
Dies of Fright as Waves
The storm m-hlch damase.1 so many
vessels last Friday was encountered by
lint Kalserln Augusta VI torla of the
Hamburg-American line, which reached
port to-day with one dead, two in lured
and part of her rail mlielng aa a result
nf the encounter.
When the sea was highest twenty
passengers were standing on the port
ride watching the heavy comiiers rush
ing by. A steward warned them to the
starlKtard side, and a few m nutrs lain
a big wave tore onto the deck, sweep
ing the port rati away and crashing
through the partition between the first
and second cabin.
One man la Ih steerage, Meyer Oood
man of Budapest, dropped dead from
hear, failure, acoordlog to I he doctors,
but. according to passengers, dea'.h
came from fright. Two seamen were
knocked down. Frang Josef) t was flung
agaifust a stanchion and his lag was
broken, while Herman Wols was oaugla
up and tossed against a rail, breaking
three ribs. The storm lasted twenty
TamSUfkuNtaets lats BrihJ Msrtv
hssv Beg Ureas Oeegk Oam. g.-Mrt.
Boys Who Admit
(OontliHIOd frOtO First I'atfe i
oonnlsts of three rooms, In un. or which
Is a bathtub. Hyde has one room,
twelve, feet etiuarn. The average prls.in
cell Is six by gifbt feet.
TWO WINDOWS, BUT NO BARS
Hyde's room has two windows, over
which there ore no hats, as In the ordi
nary cell. Tho wall of Hyde's room
are whitewashed. 1 here gr nn carpus
or rugs on the plain pine Hoofing1.
Tho furniture In the room OOSSlgtS
of a tied touch, with wire mattress,
two strulg.it ha 'k pine chairs and a
.i'ii ill tatde 1 It "lit a table coverln ;. '
The bed couch, mattress und bed clotli
Ing were purchased by Hyde himself
after his first night In the Tombs, be
cause ie lied couch furnished htm by
tag prison officials was too short for
him. Hyde Is sib feet three Inches In
Adjoining Hyde's room, and ronneete,!
with It by a door. Is the hath. Accord
ing to Warden Fallon, this hath la for
the use of any prisoner conllned In the
Just outside Hyde's room Is a ten-foot
hallway, In which he lakes his exercise.
This la a shorter walkway than the
prisoners In the muln prison get, for
their corridors are 100 teet long. All
prisoners are permitted to exercise In
Ihe prison court yeid; llyds has not
yet .i.in ed himself of that privilege.
What exercise he takes Is In the ten
foot hallway, Just outside his room.
HAS NO MORE 6HOW THAN THE
The room has steam heat and electric
lights- etxacily as every cell In the
Tombs. The cells In the Tombs have
folding cots which, during the day,
double hack against the wall, leaving
the entire cell OPOg to the prisoner.
Hyde's cot bed does not fold buck, so
that 11 takes up gSgS during the dsy.
leaving Hyde no morn room In his cell
than the other prisoners have.
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STORY ABOUT HYDE
A Dainty Evening Slippers
X In blsck, white and pink satin, with Louis
I XIV heels made without seams at side
-ysnd trimmed with rosette as shown.
?K 7v Colonisl Slippers in
I white and black satin, with
L fcSblt' covered buckles at same
At Sixth Avenue Store Only.
Sixth Avenue 4 Fifth Avenue
At NlneUsntls SL Astvs Forty-tUi Stromt I
They Set Fire
Loss of $300,000
y ii in
Hyde does not have to olMerwe prison
rules as to rising and retiring. In this ;
respu t, according lo Warden Fallon, he
Is grantrd no other privilege than Is
given any prisoner who declares he la
111. Hyde, according to tho Tombs' phy
sician, Ur. MgUuh e, has not complained
of Illness. He rises when ho pleases und
retires when It suits his convenience.
Hyde's meals all arc sent to him from
a restaurant near the Tombs. He pays
for them himself Any prisoner in the
T lilllbg who can afford the luxury may
have hla meals sent In to him fro.n an
outside source: most of them do.
The other two rooms In Hyde's "Suite"
are unoccupied, and Hyde In privileged
to enter them at will If he so desires
In tailing lib" dully exercise. There Is
BO furniture In any of them.
"Hyde stands Ml his rights as a prls-
gOOf alio rOI USSa m permit yoit iu . .....
In to photograph his room." said War-'
den Fallon to-day to an Kvenlng World
reporter. "But Hvde Is getting mighty
little than the ordinary prisoner does
not get. Personally, I did not order Mr.
Hyde Into the particular section of the
cltv prison. 1 do want to sny that I'd
hate to have to live there myself, and It
Is not rluht to say that Hyde has a
chumbie de luxe.'
TOMBS NOT rl PENAL INSTITU
1 "It must be understood that the
' Tombs Is merely a house of d dentin.!
it Is not it penal Insttltiitlon Hvde had
not yet been sentenced to Imprison
ment We are merely ordered by the
law lo hold him as a prisoner, subject
1 to Justice tiofl's orders. W(. are ordered
to MSdUOg him In court to-morrow
morning for sentence, and we shall do
so. Hyde is receiving little more con
sideration than the ordinary prisoner."
Hyde will he arraigned to-morrow
morning before Kuptcme lHourt Justice
tloff for sentence, on the bribery con
Immediately after Hyde Is sentenced
his lawyer. John M. sitanciinelfl. will
apply to the Special Tart of the Su
preme Court for a certlflcato nf reason
able Sjotihl "n whVh Hid mtv sm-llre
after the day's shopping
It sustains and cheers
SHE SAYS, AND SUES'
"Check Room Kind's" Wife!
Wants $40,tKX) for Loss of
Joseph Roberts's l.ove.
Mrs I. Milan ftedi II. OhS ..f he I'lat-
Iron Hulldlnif'a bevy of bewitching I
caK-hler-manlcurlste, w.is arnstnl lu
dav nt her table and over her Itlgfcg
nnd brushes and brought down lo
Kheriff Harhurger'n olRct, where shi I
gave into hnml to nppeur gl the trial of j
a HO.nrKl suit which Mrs. Ilertiia Huberts
hss brought In the Supreme Court. Mrs.
Itoberts wants that sum us a recom
pense for the lorn of .ioeph Roberts's
affections, which she says Mrs. II le 1
Ilolierts !m the head Ol tin- SO
called "Chei Itoom Truat " and M
wealthy. Until Inst May Koherta and
Ik family his wife arid three oBIH
dren lived happily at No. 26 West
One Hundred and Thirtieth street.
With the dawn or Itoberts's prosperity
Mrs. Huberts began to avail herself ol
ueb luxuries as a lavish eJIOWghce
permitted. She . iiKugrd Mm
come to her home and ply
. Bedell 1 1
her iiKi it-
eui lug Implementg twi
wei'k. I ills
begun more than a year ago
Almost from the llrst visit !. Hub
erts churges the pretty young munl' iir
Ist "osntrtVOd" to make InioHdi OB he
husband's affections and succeeded so
well that In May. 1KI2. lloh.rts a.:d the
fair manicurist were oftener together
than the presumption of the relations
M sjnptoyer ami gmstoyag allowed.
Mr. Roberts ggVjfg that her iitisbnnd
nnd M s. Bedell were often togetlit r at
ihe Hotel Broalln. she declereg that she
has witnesses who will te-tify that her
husband caressed the manicurist ana
that she had snld to the (-neck room
mogul. "Kiss me, " and used other ex
tlamatlnns or an endearing nature, nil
of which Mrs. Huberts declare! has won
her husband's full love and devotion
from the mother of his Children. S-ie
furtlier states that Koberts gave tie
cashier St ihe Hotel Hresllu o.ders to
give Mrs. Bedell "money whenever she
desired It." J
Nat nan Bolter nnd Albert Hehar.
former partners of Roberts, offer sttp
ttortlng allldavlts to Mre. Koberts'a corn-
AttSr her arrest Mrs. Bedell said she
didn't know where she would gel 110,.
nun if the case went ngalnst her. She
was handsomely gowned and caused a
furore In the Sheriff's office when she
wus led In by Deputy Fluslmmons as a
POLICY KING'S DAUGHTER
IS SERVED IN SUIT WHILE
CANTERING ON A HORSE.
Ada Adams Gallatin Anderson,
of All Adams, one-Sims mil
lionaire policy king, la fond or uoise-
l ack r'dlng
,ihi wns u mdini ner uiai a
i n irger along Rt
anler nn a roaa .n
tehMUr county, us", i-ri.mj. sins
,, woman eprtn
from ihe slle of the
highway waving DOM nanus.
Mrs. Anderson, eOTtOOg) pulled up her
horse. Perhaps tihe would be nblc to
ht.lo some one III distress, she thought.
.still mounted. Mrs. Anderson waited for
he woman to draw near. Then a paper
was thrust In her hand.
The strange wordan was a rrocess
server and she had delivered the papers
in un Inlunctlon suit brought by At
m.v M B. Huftv. of No. S03 Wi-M
Flttv-fourth street, on behalf of Mrs.
Vnnie llltzert. who owns the property
at No. 807 Ninth uvenue. Mrs. Anderson
owns the adjoining house and Attorney
Huffy complained that water was al
lowed to run from the premises of tiie
oollee king's daughter upon Ihe Kit
xert property. Ho acked Judge Paee
lor an Inlunctlon to-day to put a StOS
to the overflow.
i'.,:in-..i for Mrs. Anderson said he
hadn't had time to file an answer and
Justice Pgfl gave him until Thursday.
his freedom on hull pending his appeal
to the higher courts. Two days notlco
must be given to the 1 ilttt rlct-.vttorney
lefore there can be arguments on this
rafllMSt for the certificate of reason
able doubt, so there Is no possibility
that Hyde will leave his " chambre do
luxe" before next Saturday.
Sneciai (or Tueidgy. the 3d.
BLACK WALNUT CREAM KISSES
i-Ai-i iTTivriTsTTTrriJ ic TIlfchAV tuV I itVf SDAV
Ur 1 l-IXliV I via I I IliJ a WiaJi'n a sjsjgi '-a-w. . m-
MANHATTAN MIXED CANDV for FAMILY USE,
better than that sold by others at $1 .00 ; ur price ,
Special Oifer to Sunday School, Churches, Institution, Fairs, Etc.
srstrt a rm nt at r"VITiglb I IT 1 biM tg I V
POUNDS OF "METROPOLITAN MIX
TURE, ABSOLUTELY PURE, WHOLE
SOME CANDY, AND 60 HALF-POUND
POUNDS OF OLD FASHION CLEAR
CANDY AND 60 HALF-POUND BOXES
POUNDS OF "MANHATTAN MIXED,"
CONSISTING OF CHOCOLATES, CARA
MELS, CREAMS AND 20 OTHER
KINDS, AND 60 HALF-POUND BOXES,
trtttt Ht. .lore, oiien overv
..li.-li s. I I IIIIAV l- VI MMi
CANUV CAU llON
If your gift bo candy, lot it h a
gift that will not be attendcil by
bud after effectg. Let It be the
candy ot a manufacturer who for
years has been supplying pure
onfeellons at a minimum profit
FIRED BY ERLANGER
(Continued from Klist rage.)
in r or 10! and saw Slins !nowden
' Did ou strive t the hotel with
Ml in Snowderi?"
' Ml.s Hno'.vden, he:
rlmiifTcur IQOtortd to Atlantic (U t
r Were you and Miss Snotvden put out
of the hotel t "
" It's a lie, and you know- It." Mid th.
little theatrical man sharply.
Justice FondletOB warneil the witness
i that he should not reply In that in inner.
1 " An 1 your w tg was In BVJrOOe Ht this
I time 7 " the plaintiff's counsel asked.
I " Ves "
Mr. Mooncy then heg.in qutgUonfdtS
the witness about the Lambs' gambol
j held In the Metropolitan In the sprlii;;
I ot IMS,
"Were you there with Miss Snow
! don'.'" h. aaked.
"1 visited Hit In a box. She w.m
there with her mother. ! visited sev
eral boxes. No, I didn't ay for the
box Miss Snowdeu occupied.'
K. A E. EMPLOY UUESN'T MAKE
EM ALL ACTRESSES.
"Miss Snow Jem was an actre.is, wus
she not?" asked AttOlOer Mooney.
"Ho called," Mid the Witness,
"Welt sh sbrkeo for klaw & Br-
lunger .' ' peisis;d the COttafctUor, -uii -oagtlcaJljra
That doesn't always make thept
act! esses." said the witness, und gvgry.
body in .yurt laughed.
"So sillyY" Krlanger a ! Jed.
"What's ".hat?" ghoutod Mr. Mooney,
"J gstd yau'io so siliy," explained lite
"Well, you couldn't confuse mg from
the facts at Issue In a thousand years, "
told tha alt. -1 n y, and then he turned
lo Mi". Jerome, who was on his feet
i 4 to soi tne .oiiotiuy.
Vour Honor, will you ask Mr. Jerome
to sit dow n ." lie uiaKts iiic nei vous.
said Mr. Mooney.
Mr. Mooney ouextloned the witne.-
about the separation affraenxent entered
Into With his wile in liflo. M,-. Btianger ;
again showed hostility to Attorney Max
It Steuer, whom he denounced on tho
stnn,i yesterday. Mr. Steuer is counsel 1
f record for Mian, St. Clair. :
"One of the ctuidltions or the separa-
tton ugreement was cat .Mrs. Krlunge:
was not to enter the office of Max
btcuer again, said the witness.
Why your hatred for Mr. Steuer?"
asked the lawyer.
"Because he's a blackmailer. The
reason hat I didn't want my wife to
go back to him was because I had
hoped for a reconciliation.
The reront Illation w ould have lieeti
accomplished, too, If it hadn't been for
A remark from Mr. Jurume resulted
in Mr. Mooney shooting his ddita at ihe
Mr. Jerome smiled, and us Krtanger
stalled to answer the next question
Juror No. i-', a white bearded man,
piped up from the far-off corner of the
"I can't hear anything you say except
when you call some one a liar."
The chubby theatrical man said he
was sorry. Then he stated he couldn't
ani-wer the question the attorney had
Just asked because he dldn t want to
ggfsmg Mrs. Erlanuer's character.
"And you're trying to Insult her now, '
said b-rluugcr, ado.1 easing tne cruss-ex-amlner.
Mr. Mooney went Into a rngc
Marc Wine was then recalled t the
stand. Ho was QUMtlOfted ug lo IfiS
signing of the contract. He attached Ills
name, he said, b. -cause If the threatened
"nasty ecandai" involving big partner'
and Mrs. Krlunger would suffttr. "I
signed the agreement, expected Hint tho
Hi,004 would he paJd and tin would hear
nothing more a'bout It."
"You admit that her part of the con
tract was performed, so far as the
plaintiff wus concerned';" queried Mr.
"What was haf part of the contract?"
asked tha witness.
"That's up to you. Mr. Klaw."
Mr. Mooney asked some trivial qii" .
tlons, when Mr. Jerome interrupted
with. "Why do we have this Oomvdj
here? This Is the trial of a lawsuit '
"I'll admit I'm a poor comedian," said
"You are a bum one." said Mr. Je
rome. "Then you go to ihe head of the show,
Mr. Jerome," said counsel for the plain
tiff. The defense rested and Miss St. Clair
was the first witness called for the
ids Mark. I
Scecigl for Wednesday, tne 4th.
COLLEGE FUDGE, VAN AND
UBc VAI-l K M.HKWIIKRE. I II"
nn mi box
imtll 1 1
until 1 1 e'rleck.
64 BARCLAY STRUT
tO CORTLANOT ST.
Cot t'huit h It
park row a Nassau
AlCil, Hill fsis
Cor Fulton ll.
1ST Nassau STRUT
Bsl Bc.kstsn At Ipr.cr Sit.
SOS wcst issra ST
Nasi fttg An-
Id each Instance la
JACK JOHNSON WEDS
Pugilist Gets Marriage License
and Arranges for Minister
and Picture Men.
PIMCAOO. De". 8.-Jack Jf hnson. the
n.errii iiiifflllr fhia toVM inn tini'iirnil
. ... , ..
white girl who has been Metitlfled w.-h
Johns m's re cnt trouble, tn the Ie4).
er.il I'ourt. The wedding !g set for to
night. JOhSson first made his application t
L, '. Leaner, Clerb of th- Mirrlage Li
cense Office. Miss Cameron was not With
him. and when the prize ItBhtef stated
thbl she Would not be nlnt"i n year., of
age until February the clerk, following
a rule of the office In such i uses of not
iMfilnS a license unless the gTl Is pres
ent to swe-tr to her age. declined to Is
sue the permit
Johnson then appealed to Robert H.
woltsefi County Clerhi who oygrrulod
Mr. LOsTncr and Johnon went away
grinning with the document safely
Johnson explained to the county Clerk
that the recoiil in court show that the
Cameron girl Is more than eighteen
years of age Jatinoon gave till own age
us thhty-four. A crowd followed him
In und 001 of Ihe building and on his
pilgrimage from one office to the other.
The prize tighter said a moving picture
concern hud ug: I to pay him f.,iw to
make a dim of the wi tiding, which Is
scheduled to take place at the home of
his mother on the South Side, the cere
miny to be performed by the pagfor of
a Chicago chinch.
"1 had a long talk with Miss Cam
eron yesterday." said JohhSon, "J ex
plained that I hud hern hlnjned for
lll-tceatlng lit r and that We mlghl us
jwell be married right away. She is
lone In the world now. Her mother
and she have ported and her step
) father Is quoted as saying he wants
I to have nothing more to do with her."
When Chief of Police McWeeny was
'Informed that u moving picture con-I
! fin .1 I ml 1 1 I it:.'! t.i libiil i itrrii tih th
wedding n0 declared ti nt if lecal meant
cool I he found he would not permit
i,it,. vi,ii,iilt. of th.. nleturaa
"The whole affair Is atitsumnlatle to
ui.ii.- .,.itr.. ,i ,nn,i. s.bmI1
aa Id Chief McWeeny,
The Specific Purpose
of Nurito Is to Relieve
Sciatica and Neuritis
To do U Jhln w-g.ii la tha atnjtle pur
tioaa m iiii(
Ifi rl,.t, whKh Is
nneclft-j lor dUaaara mhc
That ona tblnir It riota htter th.tn any
rthr pTfacilptlon hum ttvP n(mm a.bao
utily rallavva rhauniailam. - i . i. arttl
nrurttta. Tha phyaka.1 airony. tha paint
anil if tif Maappar. rcllfvlnir vnu of ih
trrrlfit1 ntcntal atraa uhlch uaually maana
a, loan of iii'' olaep '"'t nai'tsaaary to
-. 'ij.- r t te your pnwarej antl mnmtff,
II la riiit a auperfU'ldl of : n 1, c v ra
lltf. liut a ramovul of ihr iuum of tha
trnubla In a parfei tly hantilaf-i way, u.
rilo ixmtalna iifliher oplaita nor ., . ..tit
It It xlmplv a umi'i' Miuldota. ahti
Thla U tl'" only prpcrIntlon whlrh haa
proven to tha nntUiaciiun ot , i,n.
thst It will pobitlvely rtlleva rheumatic
The innt: atttbboril OMl are dally aue
cumbf ntf to It, Mid In powder furm In
1 and f2 boxea. For atle by Hlker-Heire-mnn
Drus Htorea and all uthnr lemdlnK
$146.50 for This Piano.
Player-Pianos, $265 Up.
Pay a small sum tlnwn and have one
delivered now. Avoid holiday rush. The
weet-toned, durable Schubert is the best
value for the price. Our pianos sell
themselves. AM we want is an opportun
ity to show them to you. See us before
buying elsewhere. We can save you
money. The most satisfactory Christmas
(iift is a Piano or Player-l'iano.
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gfSV iai l s - at n Tg nums
JL Opens an Account I
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mt-nt hi itila simuo'i brat tuwd-UUJuraMl
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at nrii i - tn it ti lower thau what jrou
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