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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1918.
. RIVAL POSSES OUT,
ONE TO LYNCH
BRISTOVV'S SENATE BILL NO MONEY IN GAMBLING,
ASKS THE RECALL OF
10 STOP LYNCHING
ArmCvl Jersey Farmers Hunt
K, HI WhO I nl.illy At
Also Recommends the Initiative
Giving die People Rijj;ht
to Decide on Laws
V sStllMITnV, fM l.-Tr- Inltln
ttv and , retail of JmlMal 6pr0m
SHERIFF LEADS CHASE. nindmi(i t.. th. K.0rri conati-
mllon, ware pniis'Ml to-lay !' Sena
lor nrlntow In roanliitlona Itsd baler
thi Sr-nate Senator llrlto first run
nlti ttn wrmM permit "the lTialrtent to
surwntt lo popular vole at a OvMIM
lonal election day any measure tie haa
Victim Struck Down With
Bludgeon and Dragged
Oierlee Rl-e, fifty veer old. for
many yean dealer In the Alien's ft
mn:i sntnbllng hous on Sixth avenue,
wa. l.r.itight to Pollre Ylearftuartetf
'"lev ly the Ynnkers BJOee, who ar
' nslerl hlrn laet nlirlil on ihe fiaritt- nf
Iwrtlary. He Identified by l.leui.
Allen I the lieif-Mve Imresn as Ilie
fatimiia "Htverte "liarlli" ntil all nl
i tempts to make him "quSlM on Nil
I bnrxlnr pa!s failed.
MH lolrt the pollre he had (fine
atoney hroko TK'ranen thr-r wan nnlh'njf
hut i-he.ip ga.mlillng and mUChty little of
that gMntr on Vn the city elnce the Ro
Tv. heeti earning a tittle money by
poker ever ilnca tbe Allene were driven
GRAND JURY TAKES UP
'SILK PETTICOAT KING'S'
Official of Bankrupt Company
Is Arrested After Inquiry into
rommei1eil to 'rmraa ami upon
which no action ha. ban taken tor stt JJJ ,. ty
The eeoond would provide that "If Hi
' Hunrem. Court ehall deride a law
mectfd by Congress It In violation of
ne an unor.anlted moh of
farmei bent on lynching, and the oLher
the Sheiiffi posse, determined. If po
Ible. to prevent the lynrhlrn. failed In
their effort! to locate the man who at
tacked and mortally Injured M l.uella
Marshall of No. si P.ntilnglon avenue
the wat walking along a lonely road.
The victim of the oulrsg It dying In
Marcer Itonpltal, where the wat taken
after the waa dlteovered unconacloue In
the few cheap poker garnet that aprlng
up ovar night In New York are all
-rooked Yesterday I lost everything
I had In a amnll crap game In West
Forty-tlKth ilreet The ban-h In there
TRENTON. N. J.. Dec. t.-The all-
If n i iwrrn 01 hps iwi , . ,. - - - . , , f
armed Prwrsspflsis 01 uiw issmnmi --
... U'at.i t . 'itnn rena at a
regular essl,.ii bald after suoh decision I w.tl ourai.r.. w.r..n. , . ,
mav wr'imlt the act to the elector, at of Yorker, I Wat drspcr.te and went
a regular Congressional .lection" ham ,m "". ' 1 no Jack
l-nder each amendment. It Is proposed j ISose and I'm not going to auueal on my
that th. cfiieetlons sulimllt'-d to the peo- pals "
pie must btva a mtlorlty of the popu- Hire was aneatcd last night at Hi
lar vote In a tnalorltv of the Unites, aa home of Mrs Anna Kraut, of No. 121
well as In a majority of the Congraa- I.tidlow atreat. Yonk.-r. He entered
atom dletrlcts of the nation. her home when she w.ls out. but fnllcd
In a brief explanation Senator llrls- to get away before elie returned When
tow declared the amendment tffectlng cotifronted In the hell by Mr Kniu.-
th. thick patch of tlmb.r back of the th prWiident would enalide Mm to ap- aa a ruse lie convinced her he wils
Odd Fellows' Horn.. , peal from a dilatory or adver.e Con- there looking for burglars. She didn't
At flrtt It wtt confidently btlltvad that greet to the people, and that a preal- suxprct unill the Ice arrived and
the MtdllMM of th. young woman wat dent could not. aa an excut. for sign- searched him and found some of Mrs
. MM but .Inc. th. ...rch be.an I n unde.lr.hle m-atur. tay that It Kr.u-. property In hi- pockeu.
m, doub, was c.t, on thl. th-r,. ' M r0m '
. . .ie friendly I oncreat.
wtt mrnmm, w itaw y.- o.u , trr1-r Hrtow , ,Upport of hit
and keept houae for her brother, a prot- .m,n4wn( afferllng dexltUuit of the
perout farmer, wat walking along the supreme Court, declared that It would
Indictment! ai-ilnt teveril perto-m
ere found to-.lay In '.lie tnatter .0
nharget of a srlntlnaj natura .i"Lnst the
missing SaIo I, IdaHaoiii Silk rettlcont
Klnu.' and former head Of the ttnk
nit .lH knnn-Mck Matnkfarturlng Com
pany, of No. M West Twenty-third
street. More than a difflen wltneasei
were einmlned before the Orand Jury.
Detective Ielgh arreated Max Btamber,
aaalttiant secretary aiid treaaurer of the
bankrupt firm, true afternoon at the
onpany't offlct, on tn Indictment
cjiaremg tlie obtaining of H.00O from 1
Sp-.earelberg A Sont of No. 151 Oroen
ttreat. July 2e latt. on forged bUle of
lading Stember at taken to the District-
Attorney, office nd ilater ar
mlgned before Judge O Sulllvan In Part
I of tieneral v,,ns
Jackson Is a u.ed nf having obtained
morethan lo'i.tiOO from bankers and
others hy dl.countlng outstanding ac
counts. Which did not exltt. These false
Mill are said to have been hypothecated
with inch Hunt at the riplegelberf con
cern, No. l&I tlreen ttreet, and la
Ersteln Bro. of No. 63 Oreen street.
Kaeh of thete flrmt It said to havt been
out In the neighborhood of IIOO.OOO,
money paid to Jackton.
When Jackson's concern w.nt under
last October he got some public sympa
thy as the victim of the tight skirt fad.
Ills firm once had turned out about ,noo
ttlk pettlcoati a day, and th. bualnett
done wat figured at 11.000,000 a year.
Then came th. knowledge that Jackson
himself waa misting from hit palatial
home at Pelham, .N. T.. aura that his
departure was a flight and that he waa
hiding In Canada.
Kxn ruination of .lackson't books by
I r. l.rtCk W. Wukefleld. Who was first
made receiver In bankruptcy hy Judge
Hand. Is said to have revealed the
half-million dollar Imeny Mr. Wake
Hold Is credit manager tt Cheney
llrothers. silk manufacturer, of Fourth
avenue and Klghteenth street.
An Inventory of Jackson's financial
condition a year ago 1 mid to have
shown asset, of over tno.O()0 and lia
bilities of about i00,000. When the
bankruptcy petition was fried, the NaMI
ttlea had crept up to 11.000,000, while the
aaaeta had disappeared. Two petitions
In bnknip toy were fltad at th. time,
one atnalntt Jaofaran UidlvlduaJjy and
one agaJrwtt M firm.
How to Cur Rheumatism
Premlnrnt Pertsr't Best P
Eatllr Mried at H
This ilmpla and hsrmltit fermula hst
w.rk.d wander, for til who bar. tried II.
qulefcly earing chronic and aeut. rhsumt
tum and baekacht. "Pram trour dru.gl.t
g.t on. aune. of TorU compound (In
original mini packs. and one eunee
of syrup of Barseparllla compound. Taks
thsts twe legredlenti hems and pat Ihem
la a half plat Of geed whisks. Make
the battle and tak. a tabl.speenful he
fere each msal and at bsdtlmt." Ooed
remits eeme after the fleet ftw deses. If
your druggist doe. net hav. Terl. .m
pound In .lock h. will g.t It fer i le
a f.w hour, front hit wheleeale house.
Ion't be tnfiuen.ed te tske a psteai msd
krl a. Inst.ad of this tntltt on having
the genuine Tori, compound In th orig
inal, .n.-eunc Mtltd. I0IWW pack.
This wat published here ll-t winter and
hundreds of Ih worll rasst w.r. cured
by It la a short time.
Sore Feet Cornt. (Homes. Bun
lone, frost Bit.., Aehlng end gwtatr
Ps.t. A spoonful of Caloeld. la th. foot
bath give. Instant relief Oat a l.o. hex
at aay drug sure. Advt.
World Wants Work Wonders.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
old Pennington road, well of tht city. give to the people an opportunlts to
.hen th tucked She waa .truck ! ra;.,:!';horre..haynddrp;;ove,,
down rrom oemna wun a omu- hy Ih, president, rn tunc as tne tail
geim which fractured few skull. Another expression of their will and ludgment "
blow of the .ame w.apon broke thai rreruTrupcn
bone, of h.r Jaw. The murderous aa- GIRL THIEF SENTENCED,
aallanl ttien dtaaied hit unretlttlng vic
tim Into a field beck of tne roadway ; Waasaa Aide of slain Fatilu Ooet
Thlt fence la constructed of barbed
wire and the man dragged hi. victim
rv.r th. barb., ripping off h.r clothing
.nd tearing long gaahe. In the flaah.
Before h. had completed his fiendish
work he had torn the young woman',
clothing to ribbons.
atlas Agues Efgort, who Uvea In the
vicinity, saw a man hurrying out of
the wooded field where the aasault took
ptace. It waa ao dark that Ml.. Bggrrt
waa nnable to aay aft.rward. whether
the man waa white or black. He had
.carrely vanished from light when Ml.
Eggert heard groans and traced the
sound to lbs field where Mlsi Marthsll
lay. An ambulance was summoned and
the rountryalda was informed of the
Prottrutar Crowley and the Trenton
police ware notified and a Sheriff's poise
oiganlted. He i or the police had be
gun thslr search two icora fanners had
armed themeelvea and were beating the
woods and iwampi In a vain bunt for
some sign or the fugitive.
The dying woman's condition makel
II Impoaalble to gst any accural, de
scription of th. man who attacked h.r.
During th. few moment .he regained
conaclouanea. the was unabls to make
any coherent statement The negro col
ony waa combed In a fruitless aaarch
for elu.a. While th. hunt will b. con
tinued to-day It It not likely that It will
b rewarded with aueceei.
Every effort I being mad to find the
piece Iron pipe or club with which the
man fractured trie woman's akull, aa
thlt might give a clue to hit Identity
ophle Derkendorff, the young woman,
who while under the tway of Vogel, the
thief killed by defective! In a Hrrnn
hotel teveral weekt ago. committed a
tcore of robmerlnt while poiing II a
servant In the homes of wealthy people,
wat sentenced by Justice Foster In tien
eral Sesiloni to-day to lerve an Inde
terminate term In Bedford Reformatory.
In patting tentrnce Justice Fotter tald
thai If he should punlth the girl on all
the Indictments the would spent the next
twenty yean In prison: but he believed
that the had the making! of a decent
and good woman In her and he believed
ihe wat driven to crime hy the matter
thief who had her under hit Influence
'Tape's Diapepsin" Ends
Indigestion, Gas, Sour
ness and Heartburn
in Five Minutes.
"Really does" put had itomarhi In
order "really doe," overcome indiges
tion, dyspepsia, gat. heartburn and
ournrn in five minutes that just
that makes Pape'i Diapeptin the larg
ett idling itnmach regulator in the
world. If what you cat ferments into
but the tearch In the fields for thlt ttubborn lumps, you belch gat and eruc-
weapon hat to far been as fruitless as tale sour, undigested food and arid;
the hunt for the man himself.
The feeling over the aaaault It intense
In the vicinity where It occurred, and
the police fear that any auintoloui char
acters that may not be able to give a
good account of themselves, to the farm
era and cltlaens looking for th fugi
tive will fare badly at Uialr hands.
SCENTS SCHEME TO 00DQE
TAX ON YERKES ESTATE.
brad it diixy and aches, breath foul;
tongue coated i your intidci tilled with
bile and iudigettible watte, remember
the moment Diapeptin comet in contact
with the ttoniaco all such dittrett van
ithet. It't truly astonishing almost
marvellous, and the joy is ill harmleis
ncss. A large fifty-cent case of Pane's Dia
peptin will give you a hundred dollars'
worth uf satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
It s worth its weight in gold to men
and women who can't get their stomach
regulated. It Iwlongi in your home
Surrogate Fowler turned back llttt
for correction to the Irantfer tax an.
r.i.,1 veat.rd.v ,,,,1. ,.vi.-.i 1 should alwavt be kept bandy in rase of
ppraieementt of the eitat. of Oharlee ! 'rk. tour, upiet itomach during the
T. Terkea He tald this action wtt nee i day or at night It . the quickest, tureit
.. , I. -I , 1 I ....
.ur, !., ... ..in. io , i. anti most uariuioss lumacn uoviur id i uo
agreements between the widow and the! wor
executora, the Sttit wat In dinger of
I getting nothing from the e.ttte.
Mrt. Yerkrt set thlngi uskew, he said,
by tubttltutlng for her specific rights
undst ths will dower rights to which
she was entitled as a rsaldent of Illinois
Thlt chungi entitled her to turn, tax
exemption here Then new way. ware
deviled lo withdraw still more of the
property from taxation until there
watn't much left to levy on
I "Aa the effect of these agreemenu
and compromlet" the Hurrogal. .aid
"la to .vad. taxation the count will
critically examine all thete proceedlngi
to determine If they art bona fide. The
State Comptroller ahould be made a
par t to all compromise agreemtnti.
Agreemenu to which he It not a party
will not be binding on the State In the
aasesstnrnt of a transfer tax.
The Juareg entries for to-morrow are
FMUT kAX'E -The Ohtrlw I., atone ruts,
too er M.. fo. furl juss Trub. IT. Mr,
(lasuv ic7. tel &Ur 110. AucMl.a. 110.
HKt'ONtt HACK. Tht Mors nd Wells 1'urn.
91 ate ctriaf . Ill ud a lis If fiirlnii. -I,uiui
ow. vi, Iltuel C.. 10. ri. ii. . lus.
,.!,. no Bubtn Cook, 110. autumn ii Ho. ,
Jb L, 110. Kvrsa. lie i - I'- lurnet, 1
110. y.u,k.:st. 110; flat Nonuu. Mil.
TlllltK HK't Tli. J. R Hern Km,. I.
ffHarw. tUei.wreld, sad ui'uar.l. srllint our
lie mi .1 lln IU0. MJI1) l-.tb.ii. 100, l..t-
IUfSsd. 106 laurl . 10S, l . . . I..
M t'ssjboa. lot. Aratanea. Kit tfljartj
otleo 1(5, roe os. t; Kr .. 115.
' KoritTIi It U K. Tl, A U. -hi.;...
all ttea aril. t file anj uoe ..If f.irluiia- iuia
lfcer. I1U; Fraa. Ilia. .-.. II... loe lull
ttlrtet. 11" II. 1. lib; Hold ..f Ili.lUr, 112; Ser
.aa.lr lilt I ii. I, Jiu.-i.ir LI.) Ill I'.rl .. II.
IIT, Sir lias,t. Ill
. FIKTII HACK. Tne Treat senoetl ,U(M
I three .raro Ma and up; aellint. fif furlong.. K
US. alv 1 lo. Croaauter
raw. 111. lour 111 ii .1 1 .. i II
Ma ril It i K n,. I'lni i
Ihrea : ear oMa awl uii; atlllt... n, me Muff.
3 OH Mia, hum. '1011. rioetaua Krl. .a 100.
retiben Ii mo Bla.kmala lOf, It ...aje im,
sawc.ir .up, fcn.i.,n ive; noas ..em, jyj
ii.i.ki aousn. it Ittk u Mlk U,
Dinner de Luxe
On Thursday, Dec. 5th, 1912
Hrr.td from 11. so A. M. to 11.11 I', st
CELERY, OLiyES. RADISHES
MUCK TURTLE au MADERE
CHICKEN BROTH, CARS IE
TRIED El LET OF
SOLE, I ART ARE SAUCE
POACHED ECO. FLOREN TIKE
NOJSBTTh OF LAMti
j U ROSE
ROAST STUFFED TURKEY
EARLY JUNE i'EAS
AND POTATOES, DAUPHIN
PINEAPPLE SHBRBER 7
jJ ASSORTED CAKE
COFhEE, IE A or MILK
You are tm tied lo try
Mttv'l Combination Hreaklasl
at :9c, )4t . 44c and Wc
Stned Jiutu S:)U lo IU:)0 A. M.
AUernoon Tea 29c;
rani ?.V0 10 iJO
Enroll in the
Htrlem Offlct 3rd Ame. & 12tst St
Down own 0, tkt Pfk Riyw & Cbt'.him Sq.
Something for ihe Home
Is a Gift to AH ihe family
k ik i I wm n
Floor Coverings for Christmas
18x36 tn. Mohair Run $2.75
27x54 in. Wilton Ruga 4.65
36x72 in. Axminster Rugs 4.85
4.6x7.6 ft. Axminster Ruga 9.WJ
18x36 in. "Calffary All Wool Mats .to
Royal Wilton Hassocks, from. . . .95
18x27 Cork Bath Mats 1. 10
Betsy Ross Rag Carpet, yd 45
Bissell s Carpet sweepers, trom. . Mo
Every kind of Carrot, Oilcloth, Lin
oleum, etc., and no charge for measur
ing, sewing, lining or laying.
In beautiful fumect
oak. seat ot Imita
tion Spanish Icatner
Same U real
Chairs and Rock
ers In endleti variety
Library Table, $9
Barly English flntah, rery
trong, 24xt Inch top, with
one drawer and deep open
rack at each end.
Tablca of every sort at
Fine Gas Radiator
Uett grade, heavy
IlKhu, S ft. tub
Stands 2v Inches
Smoker' an nA
112 In. mi nitre loD. with
set In tray, holder, etc.
20-n high, drawer and
shelf. Karly Kngllili flo-
Many oilier uoveltloa
Lady's Desk, $8.25
Tine malioptny fin
ish and very well
but strong legs.
Desks (or every pur
bedroom and parlor.
Standi 10 inches high.
Hat a 6-Inch mirror. Very
graceful and useful, as well
as ornamental. All sorts of
bric-a-brac, vatet. Jardiniere.
1 1 ii
I a m p. Pries In
cludes 6 ft tubing.
Lamps of every
kind at every
3-Piece Spanish Leather Suite, $42.50
Hrmarkalilf value. Heavy mahogany finish frame
with 'la feel. The upholstering it extra fine. Backs
ami seat, covered in real Spanish leather, any color
trier ana1 lier.ry Sailes ana Sinffr fireei, All Wmod,. All
C otfiinja ens' All f rice.
Substantial Xmas Gifts
Fugs, Cabinets, Cut Glass, China Closets, Sofas
Buffets, Clocks, Bookcases, Pictures, Morris Chairs, btc
Let Us Open a Liberal Credit or
Charge Account 10 Off for Cash
for You Just as You Prefer
iff'cfi Marked in Plain Figures on Every Article
3rd Ave. and 121st St.
2212 to 2224 Third Ave.
193 to 205 Park Row Chatham Square.)
SAltaum Sc CUn:
direct attention to their very extensive
assortment of useful and ornamental
articles suitable for Christmas gifts for
men and women. These are now being
shown at attractively moderate prices.
Fans, Opera Glasses
Oold Sleeve Links
Silk Dress Scarfs
8. Altaian & (Bn.
are showing an unusually fine selection
of DECORATIVE LINENS, suitable
for holiday gifts.
Included are luncheon sets, afternoon tea
cloths, centre pieces, scarfs, etc., decorated
with hand-made laces of such desirable
makes as Cluny, Duchesse, point Venise and
The following Sales will take place
WOMEN'S COATS AND WRAPS
AT REDUCED PRICES
Cloth Coats in three-quarter length (a lim
ited number) . . at $10.00 & J6.00
Evening Wraps of brocaded silk In light
colors, trimmed with marabout at $28.00
I S LINGERIE BLOUSES
reduced to the following low prices:
$1.25, $150, $2.00, $2.75 & $4.00
ifllj Atttnnr, 34tJj nta 35ft Itoxtti. Km lark.
JttmftUn Simon & Co.
Useful Christmas Gifts
SPECIAL SALES THURSDAY
Women's Silk Hosiery
'Onyx," Mvlallum" and Parfail" Hrandi
Pure Thread Silk Hose
Extra quality pure thread silk, black, wlilte, tan and all
shades, silk or lisle sole and garter top; also Embroid
ered Silk Hose; all weight. Value $1.35 to $1.50
Superior Quality Silk Hose
Pure thread ailk; black, white and color, silk or lisle
aole and Dub-L silk garter welt ; all weight. Value $1.65
Hand Emb'd Silk Hose
Extra quality pure thread black ailk, hand embroidered
In self or color; also self or white hand embroidered
clox; lisle sole and top. Value $1.75 to $2.00
Hand Emb'd Silk Hose
Of pure thread black silk, with self or white hand emb'd
clox; also blaik, white, iky or pink hose, self hand-emb'd.
Value $2.50 to $3.95
Hand Emb'd Silk Hose
Superior quality pure thread black (Ilk, handsomely em
broidered in exclusive designs, in self or colors, double
heel and toe and Dub-L ilk garter top; all weights.
Value $3.75 to $5.00
Sale of Handkerchiefs
Women's Initial Hdkfs.
Of "Shamrock" lawn, embroidered Initial
nd fancy designs. Value $1.00
Women's Initial Hdkfs.
Of linen, hand emb'd Initials,
Women's Armenian Hdkfs.
Armenian Lace Edge, pure linen,
hand emb'd, block initial. Value $2.00
Women's Fancy Emb'd Hdkfs.
Hand emb'd French handkerchiefs,
band hemstitched, rich design. Heretofore 75c
Men's Initial Hdkfs.
Of pure linen, embroidered block initial.
Value $1.75 'or 1.45
6 'or 1.50
Double Lace Jabot
Of net and fine shadow lace,
black satin bow. Value $1.25
Byron Collar and Double Frill
Of white silk marquisette, finely pleated
and hemstitched. Value $2.75
Lace Stock and Jabot
Of fine shadow lace and net,
silk band and bow. Value $2.95
Hand Knitted Mufflers
Of soft Shetland wool, in black,
white and colors. Value $1.50
Marabou Trimmed Mufflers
Of brocade silk, evening shades. Value $2.75
Women's Boudoir Gowns
Wool Albatross Gowns
Of French Albatross in rose, Copenhagen or light blue,
pink, gray or white; entire gown embroidered with scal
loped edge. Value $4.00
AlbatrOSS Gowns (Swanidown Trimmed)
Empire model of French Albatross, in pink, Copenhagen
or light blue, gray, violet or roae, moire aallor collar and
cuffs, trimmed with swansdown. Value $7.50
Crepe de Chine Gowns (Swansdoum Trimmed)
Of silk crepe de chine, in pink, blue or maize,
entire gown edged with awansdown. Value $11.50
Japanese Quilted Silk Gowns
Sullied silk gowns, in navy, gray, brown, black, blue,
nk, violet or red, lined with quilted ailk,
soft down interlining. Value $9.75
Emb'd Japanese Silk Gowns
Quilted ilk gowns, in navy or light blue, pink, red,
violet, tray, brown or black, richly hand emb'd.
Women's French Kid Gloves
16-Button White Mousquetaire
2.10 Value $3.00
FIFTH A V&, 37th and 38th Sts.
FREE WITH NEXT