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THE EVENING WORLD, WtTDN ESD AT, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
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Christmas Nursery Rhymes
By EJcanor Schorer
oMnfM IB J by Tm .'rata I'nhlUbfMg Df
jb ,r lors a-ftauna nwu
You Will Save
KISS AND MAKE UP
So sheriff Continues to look
for Donations From Gen
lf nil off Tlirri- In no rarom Illation
twin, , it ir'i lirfn rtlrfclM ami )! !,.
a raawicd it day.
flrsl Uen. s.k!c mllH up Mii!M
Julius Marhurirsr grlvat.l) IM tnmnlm
nil ilrnlsd thr HM lei prlnl.il slum! hid
wlf. having cum In th- Kfi'i gvaniM
homr, whir thr Qaneral'i trteaarai
nwa !. tfta fall nf the guetlafiesr'i liam
m.r. kissing nlm an,l putting up S,M)
against thr Julgmani of In fa r
of th Hank f tile Metropolis. Tun
late HWa afternoon ln Btftlag rglli
ffi. Mierlf on thr telephone aK.iln and
sakl that thr Hheriff at liberty
to make this confidential information
Thli Sheriff BarMiraaV Imme.liatily
did with enthusiasm Kor the lltllr
Sheriff haa tiaen t,nv irylnt 10 rfclM
aaonry tnnni th. war veteran'a frlandu
an settle ths ludrtnent without IVCOIiraa
. a Hheriff. ralr My frao,iieM post
aomrment. thr Hheriff haa slaved off
thr final moment when len. Mflkttg
ould have to part -tth Hla property
And thr monry haa liern alowljr nomina
te. It waa rvldrnt to the "Sheriff. It
Waa to 1mi. Sickles, that thr n-port of
a reconciliation and Mr. AVM'd as
sumption or her tiuahand'a iabf would
check the flow of harttalile paymeiila.
Uillrrm IfBf, rwtr- ronfiarj.
Dm'I iou Mf(M tn MMfti
H'no brttt(7t aOHirfal toy without any
But nrvrr rrmrmbrr hod girli and
Who do not NNeM;
.4nrt tl mo.if rc to kMM
n fftcfr ttorking hlnrk roiitt orvr
uhich thry trill grirrct
Prosecutor Tries to Show Me
Helped Convict "Make a Get
away" on Second Charge.
ami M Kind hr WaJ a ttrai'tltia lit
tla at trillion.
"Thr Prrnldent worr n itrny ault and
a gray rap and carried h little CAM.
Mra Wllwra wore oh, well, thm,
And "click!" raid tur trlrplionr rr
NlVM Bt No. Ill Kual One Httndltd
and Twrnty-lhlrd atrret, wheie MIh-
MISS Gilbert Calls Up to Tell
About Her Chat With
INIi: M'iM.IS. tnd . Per. i.-Odu-a-cn
llit ! .ink M l! an. t'rraldrat of thi
tntinwo. !,! - I'n! . ii. .mil Krank i'
Wr ..o. New V irk. a union offlclnl. helped
aa acciiMtl dynamiter 10 eecapr, were
made m thr criua-rxainlnntlon nf ltyiin
hy tlir Qdvi" n-nrnt ut tlie "dynamite
aawplracr" trail to-day.
It anM biou, : out tint (Jwirfrli'linn
nrll, an Irouwoiki r, after an mplorlon
on a liridfr at Homrraet, M In J. me,
IMS, Waa convicted of attempting to kill
and Hut gft at hla rrlraa from MM pcnl
tenilary lie aaejtajaa arrvlce of paper
rli i ulng him Mlth dynauiltlng.
District. Attorney Miller charged Ryan
and Wclih M.th lirlplug O'Uounell to
"make a grtn." Hyid denied the
cliurKe. hit admitted thr union puld
win 1 1 thoiuuml dollara to O'l ontiell.
wnplovod lawyeri In hla behalf anil con
ducted a orreeuondence "to atral a
inarch on thrm when O'lKmnrll got out
on thr flrnt charge"
"Why wire vhu and Welib an anxloua
have o lid II em .itie ami wli did
Mlu AtMlg II Orthert. who wen lirad
trnor.ipher for yte trraaurrr of Mil
Urmocmllc National Committee when
thai vicioi v-tluMhrd htxly had need M
the KTUr of a hrail atrnographrr.
rrneped a dealt telrphone to-dav with
a hand that atlll tingled from the a rip
of riagjiawt alar! wiirotra. aajlad "4,ono
Bat Uman" and lold The' Kvenlng V"Hil
ull about It.
On Th uiknglvlnr IViy, when Mlaa (III
bert Patlimed from Itrrniuda. on hoard
thr (Hull. i. with another ex-commit-
atrnographi r- -Mlna Margaret l.ukrl
of No. IK. ) i:ighty-tilnth atrret
thr ahlp nr leportrra ntlaard tier.
She iUnply would tnt have the liewn
"1 shook hands with Woodrow Wil
son." she s.i Id over thr pbon
you like to hear almut It T
"Well, ufter I had tianscrlbrd
FOUGHT REVOLVER DUEL
IN VACANT LOT; ARRESTEO
Pair May Be Sentenced to Ten
Years in Prison for Reviving
tlw "Code of Honor."
Thai thr cpda of honor haa not com
pletely yielded to the manly art of flall-
cufTa wan made mantfwit to-day when
I'letro Puito, twenty-four years old, of
No. 43H West Nineteenth atrert. and
Charles Van Cent, tblrty-two rnrr old,
of the same address, were arraigned
heroic Mattlstratr Kmtei m fha Jefferauii
Market Court on a charge of duelling.
Tney admitted Ihey had fought a ddrl
with revolvera In a vacant lot at Kiev
enlh avenue and Seventeenth atrret
Tliev had exchanged a doaeii Mhota and
Van Cent waa.nlied on thr brow and
Ihr left hip. Initio wasn't touched.
I nit to and Van Cent guarrelled In a po
litical dispute, the He waa passed and
the challenge followed. They choae lu
seconds. They Just agreed to shoot It
out, and they were shootlnK It out wh"n
a policeman Intervened.
The two duellists were held without
hall for the Grand Jury. I'nder tile
antl-duelllna- law I bay can be aent to
prison for trn years.
STOVAINE NOT VICTIM
OF THE ANAESTHETIC
Coroner's Jury Finds Compli
cation of Diseases Killed Pa
tient on Operating Table.
Khr the first time In
Coroners nf tills Slate i
the history of
rase In which
was Ihe Issue was
Coroner FelnberK to-day.
me fir could stand the pain no longer
and wanted an Immediate operation."
In-. Halni'irldgc said the man's condi
tion was auch that he believed stovnlne
Injected In the spin, h i- 1 1 i - proper
way to relieve Mart during the opera
UOm as the patient would remain eon
aclous but free from path T re doctor
said a fourth of a grain oi ItOYgllH had
been used and that one grain Waa Bit
maximum dose, lie Bald ha had u-'d
nlovilnr In over a thousand cagOl und
had. never known it to ,-ansc d, nth.
or Krink. Dt, Oordon DMklnaen and
Pr. ,lame T c.vvatbmey testified a- 10
their sgpetience with Hovaine, whim,
they aald, was used by the lust known
i-urgeons In UottdOVJ, Hamburg and licr
lln. as well as In Bill ety.
The Conmer'a Jury, nfter some dcllli
rration, found Hart had died from g
complication of dUaaaea and nol fron
stovalne pnlsonln -'. completaly axoner
atlng lr. Ilalnht-idde and Ml MltMRuei
for hla death.
you use so much of the union's funds
to belp him w oeu the union treasuf)
waa laapovarlghed?" asked Mr. Miller.
"We felt he was being persecuted j
That was all, ' answered ltun
Tbe witness also said J. J. M Nullum,
now in prison as a dynamiter, helped
In oi ion nell's 1.1 ae.
Aa head of Hie Iron Workers' lnlm
Hyan waa unrstloiieo whether tie sanc
tioned violence which tbe lliivrrnme:i
alleges preceded a "dynamiting rite'
palKu" In labor dlsputca.
"When you learned through b-ltei.i
that Phil p a Coiiev had knocked a
man down In New Orleans so that Lha
man had to tiave a 'diver plate put hi
hla head, did fOU take an steps to havi
Coolry irnioved as a member of thi
union's executive board?" aahad lh(
"All 1 learned wrs that Coo'.ey had
liaen In trouble 1 took no steps to
learn the fact." gnawerad llvan.
"Cooley wrote hr had fixed things
w;M the Court and bud hlrnl two wit
uesaca to testify falsely so hr sroUle
iipe lad Old you take any action
"I did nol." Jtvati also denied knowl
edge of any place by Cooley to arrange
tor explosion' on non-union Jobs at
pour op t
the , Hsiit' Aunt
laat of my notes for the treasurer 1 j Ulu,,,',!,. .'.'.'."'.;
darle I la go to lietmuda for u rest- , Hatana
, , , , , l' li'OI' ..'III I I II'
went with ine. We bad the Ng.,, vmsi.-r.lsm. .
' Xrrlali.l ,
1 IVtlix I-in utl
I. I nnii'lnle
The courtroom waa mini with surKcoos
and speclnllBta. all oT whom wrre mem
hera of the Surgical Congress In con
vention hrre laat month. Thr Inquest
took t ie form of an Investigation Into
the uar of atovalnc as nn anrathettc In
an operation on Patrick Hurt of No. lit;,
West Thirty-ninth street. Mart waa to
be operated on for a disease In the rlnht
grnln at the New York Polyclinic Hos
pital by Df, William S. Italnhrldgr and
Dr. Claude A. Kink before members or
the Congress Nov. lit but died under the
Hr. Hnltihrldge testified Hart had come
to hla clinics for a month. He wanted
the doctor to operate on him. Dr. Itnln
btidge found him suffering from alcohol
ism, chronic gasttilla and Hrlght'a dls
eaae. "Hurt told ma." aald Ihe witness,
"that hr was suffering such great pnln
he was uiiahlr to work, und lie wanted
me to get Win Into a proper condition
STRICKEN AS HE TURNED
GAS. REPORTED A SUICIDE
Peculiar Coincidence Puzzles. Doo
tor rill Corcaner1! Investigation j
lislabliix' Death Wis Natural,
T'.e Inicrvf niton of suddi n death by I
heart disease In the case of James
Sha I.I. ton. atgtyAV4 v.ata old. or No. j
Tits Baal Sev . ut., -nrtii street, the Hroah,
ltd to-day to come aofi fusion on the
IHiri oi Coroner Shotig it and the hhv
si'lan alio waa called In when t fir
.Iran man s ;,od was dls. ovei-ed.
SliackU-ion waa on the point of light-
in t o gas in the kit lieu gas stove,
ii.c tap of whi.Ji to- had just turned on.
when he was stricken with the heart
sMahte, so It was coiijectunsl t,y I'or.
oOet's Pbyglolan In. Thomas ii. OuHln.
M Ii 11 iincoiisiioiis and when his daugh
ter c.j,. i diarovarad thr body the room
na filled nil gal
Or. i 'liui h s I. oil. of No. Ill K.. -t (Ins I
hajdrad and eUivetity-flfth street, who
a'aa tailed In, lira, irportad daalll had
lie. a dug to he. 1 1 disease, than llaer
sanged It to "death b) ifiu polaonlng."
ins action on the pan ut the phv
aaylaii led to an Itn cstlgatlon U.v the
coiorer and Ina pbaicUn, aa the result
sf aalci Shackletun'a death hy heart
Sgulure waa deflnitelj ntabllshed.
Miss I. ilUc I
( lovell. -I Utile, and t lien, a week ago Sat
I urdiiv. came the climax. We wore Just
letiiinlng (mm a drive when a plain rig,
driven bv a ragged gegro, drew up at a
department store oiujiosllr our hotel anlj
a gentleman and three ladlra gut out.
"Two RhmUatNMII w.-ie siding outside I
the hotel That's Wilson.' said one of I
them, lie te.i praatdsnl ot the liiite.ii
Blales receiilly, they say 1 Tha other j
strol.ed his mustaenr. 'A character.
what ' He ragsarkad, and began to talk
about i r.cket.
Miss l.ukcl and I hhTliad. got gag the
street ami Into MM department store.
Mr. Wilson a having IW0 harrettes
for Mrs. lloii, and thrlr daughters,
Mlas Klennor and Mlaa Jessie, were
looiiinz on. jk Wilson iiad a one
dollar bill In hi' hand, ilow much nrr
they, den-.' h asked, and Mia. VUHaon'
replied: Twice eighteen, I believe; how
much la tiiat?'
"Wulck as a flash he figured It, but
it il , liil do any good because he got
his cluingn In lOngllsh coins, which hr
evidently didn't understand well. 1 in
troduced myaalf to him mid told him
the wiii k we had been doing for the
BOaamttte-s, Ha shook hands w.iiuilv
and said lie Mas sure wr Were mole
tired than lie Wc must have stood
thcie I ii 1 1 1 1, o lor lift, .en minutes He
told us bug he was enjov lug himself
".."..'liJXJJjfoc operating. Although a aulTerer from
IMt.nl. -s (.), runic iiliohollsm, lie stopped drinking
'.V.V.'naj&Eiand worked hard to get himself Into
'h'TuT1' 1 shape for the openitlon. linttlly, he told
It I li TO t MK.
Makea Hot and Cold Meata Tnaty.
A IVfM Ft ah '' 9ddi i iw ir
At lfllt ii l .s, n Hiiil (.i iH i-ry HtorrM.
IO I K.N I . ...m ullh mi tt i I r.
To-Day and To -Morrow
, ' ' M
m . 1
For better pop-overs
WT m ill p ;l. i t-i km
The H OCompdtiy.lJull.iloN V
Mokrrs , HO, forcc.--nrf Presto
Following our custom at the
end of the season, we offer
our entire stock of
Imported and Original Model
Millinery & Gowns
at Prices Regardless of Cost
e a x v and
. . $4000
632 Fifth Avenue
Fed Croaa e Cough Oropa.
lai.si . it ... .. I . osti'i u-.li. sc. -ad.
So CXTB4 OHABUI I
i ASfrrt ..rmriits tor The W,r,.
ss, A....... iit.tri'-l ' ,
1 at. until J I- M.
aai u trft si
th is tbs
Watch Protectors Tree
I iiU will he ihr x real mt p:"rl unity
r .ill.r. tl Ihl' Illllllll I., nl. I. mi a ttntlfWi
(llril-utliu.lil i. ,,M I III, il k i m 1 1 in Mi's,
u tit It for oiic-lhlnl ill.- nn. f i lmrKt 1 by
ja wi-llf r- llintiitt hunt I Ii- I HitffXl MHlr.
r tuniiut K mi" tli'diil hf ff liun v oh-1
(uliir.1 th.m i ti Ii 1 1 ii n, h it i ' all lutt r
r.til In Ihf n'i.-i" ii or Ifoirlnu t .
inn . )i hi- III it I . t' it H flu- iiifitriiiiillitii
tlrralrfd If thw "'H Mil ut our VMtl- h tl. -oiirlinriit
hffUN tl aVrarh lo-litorro
Inrx. 'I'lit iiim fluent - luiitirl Iat:i-.li -
linl ami Hiijififii. m inrrp " m
ni-iitU' I'h' t .i I. iiIimiIiiiHv J.
in. ..if itml Hi'milni Kl(l-liHrit. If on run
huv mi'' lor i- iiiiiii "i nn nn, ir i t
hi Nrw nrl it c Mill refund tour t
on rrtinetl. or If for on rettMtu uu ilo na
to keeu It lirhiu II '; 1 nilfiln 'III
lu, n ii ii 1 1 u . i our IttftHTJ v Inn a of
fered miiiip Kreat t ut t-h hiiraniuti re. ,-ntU .
hut 1 1 - tt uli Ml III N teutln tilt in nil.
.mil awn 'leueller uMI loitr t iiitmll il.
Sunt to I he .lev el i t mile. No moil ,tr
nia,Mf niier orilrr-. fllletl.
FINE GOLD WATCHES
for il" llnliiliivs nn now licins shown
ill our VVhi.i. 1 1, hi ii lor ut least 'jr
lisr cut. less ttiali von must tiuv for litem
sfaawhefg, vim in resaeiraa aa ragueal,
atT5.no HelM ink. QaM Wateh fas at. til
miLoil gaili la)i, " "' '' ' 11)1
..-.. mi galld I IK- (lets) H'atrh tor 11:1
KR.WW aalld I IK, (laid Vtal.li fur III
:t ,111 galld i Hi- Maid fVateh for n
lin.iMi soiiii i IK, ''', 'aicii t..r in
,ati iii-s aurrhaaril fsagg us. if uaaatls
taeter' raa petufaai gflthla leg iiavs
tuii wc win rffaad all al raar maaai an
rsaiiaal ar ssrgaags taasa fat aaa unrs.
ciiAUi i s a. KEENE
m nisnionils. ,Vatrhr. .lesrelrr.
l oO Brt.adv.ay. New York
ort.N llltVU, a o'cioiti.
by buying your
"Tease" Sale of
The Only Sale of Its Kind Held During the Year and Ab
solutely the Biggest Values Ever Offered for Reliable Pianos.
HIS is not a sale of old pianos gathered together for the occasion in 1
nun season, nut i3 our Annual icaranct- saw 01 our own niru uurai
cood makes held right at the holiday season when the greatest num
ber of pianos are purchased.
l-'or 08 ears the "Pease" name has stood for piano reliability, and we
guarantee each and every piano, and will allow the full purchase price within
one year from date toward the purchase of any new Pease Piano if desired.
The Reason for This Sale
The Pease Piano Co. do the largest rental business of any firm in this
city, and as we do not rent to public places, but mostly to the home and to
musicians, we must keep our rental stock like new; therefore we hold a clear
ance sale of our entire rental atock once a year, and offer them at prices that
should sell every one within forty-eight hours.
It will be seen that the majoritv of these pianos are of our own make
and are NOT EXCHANGED pianos" which have been given up because un
satisfactory, which is the only basis for many sales of uaed pianos, but which
are in realitv sales of abused pianos.
We hold only one sale of pianos each ear and the quick way in which
these manv fine bargains are bought bv the public shows their appreciation of
the WONDERFUL VALUES, the LOW PRICES and the VERY EASY PAY
MENTS. Please note that this is the only sale of this magnitude that is held in
the city each year by a piano manufacturer, and also note that they are
mostly our own pianos. A partial 'ist of the pianos fo'lows:
Our Own Uprights.
WAS. NOW. ' WAS. NOW.
1 Julius Bowne S250 $40 1 Pease 5,25 $95
1 McDonald 250 60 1 Pease .125 118
1 Kimball 350 65 l Pease 25 125
1 Lyon&Healey .JOO 70 l Pease 400 135
1 Miller 275 75 1 Pease MS 130
1 Meister 275 75 l Pease .i25 145
1 Steck 375 85 l Pease 350 150
1 Emerson oo 90 1 Pease 450 155
1 Bradford .hi 100 1 Pease 325 165
1 Walters 250 100 l Pease 325 175
1 Bates 150 105 tl Pease 350 195
1 Standard :. 275 l$U Pease 325 200
1 Doll 275 11511 Pease 350 200
1 Horace 300 115' l Pease 400 200
1 Weser 275 120 l Pease 325 210
1 Havden ... 275 125 1 Pease 325 215
1 Hardman 400 125 1 Pease 350 225
1 Harrington WO 130 1 Wilbur 250 165
1 Weber 450 135 1 Wilbur 250 155
1 Dt.bson 275 135 l Wilbur 250 185
1 Stuvvtsant 300 1"? 1 Wilbur 12$ 150
1 Chickering 400 145 l Wilbur 225 160
1 Bradford 300 150 l Wilbur 250 175
1 Stfinway 5o 150 1 Pease 350 215
1 Kurtman 3o 150 l Pease 325 235
1 Weser 275 150 1 Pease 350 245
1 Bstty 350 155 1 Pease 400 250
1 Strauss 275 165 j Pease 325 260
1 dablrr 400 19S 'l Pease 500 265
Also 100 other Pease uprights at pric.s ranging from 100 to 5275 that
ortsinai'v cost from !M25 to S500.
Every piano is marked at the cash price,
ments mav be made of
but if de-ired, monthly pay-
One Dollar per Week
and upward, according to the piano, for just the simple interest extra upon the
Player-Pianos and Grands
WAS. NOW. I WAS.
$350,1 Wilbur Player Piano.... 1575
275 11 Pease Plaver Piano 750
295 1 W ilbur Plaver Piano 500
400 1 Peas Grand 750
410 1 Pease Baby Grand 600
535 1 Pease Babv Grand 600
Anv of these Players or Grand Pianos can be bought during this sale
on the low terms of
$8 per Month;
with the players we give free $12.50 worth of music and the free music
exchange privilege free for all tin e.
Special Bargain Lot
l Pianola. Rosewood
1 Pe.be Player Piano 18700
1 Wilbur Player Piano. . . 550
1 Wilbur Idayer Piano. . . 550
1 Pease Player Piano 700
1 Wilbur Playei Piano. . . . 575
1 Pease Player Piano 750
1 Pianola, hbonizeo.
1 simplex Player, Mahogany.
1 Bacon sxiiare fiano
1 Chicago Cottage Organ.
1 Pease Player.
1 Clark Square Piano.
1 Decker Square Piano.
Your choice of any of these for $1Q
Every piano delivered free within 75 miles of New York (except the
sauare pianos), with stool and cover to match and one year's tuning free.
No mail orders will be filled, but a small deposit will secure any piano
for Xmas delivery. , .
If you expect to get a piano any time in the near future, this is an oppor
tunity you cannot afford to let pass.
Open Evenings This Month Until 9:30 P. M.
PEASE PIANO CO.,
128 W. 42d St., Near Broadway. New York
Special sale also being held at Brooklyn Warerooms, S4 Flatbush
Ave., and Newark Warerooms. it New St. Equally big values.