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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1912.
IRATE SENQR HERE
FOR SENORITA AND
HER BEELEE FEECH'
Nkarajnian on Trail of Gringo
j Who Carried Ot) His
SHE'D BEEN TO CHICAGO,
And There Lived With Rela
tives Who'd Forgotten Latin
and American Customs.
Ttlrlo Cirmk nV a nnajpl of
Dlablaa' Thi fat feenbr femur.. in
Harlos Is ma engrrrd tn the n rg
of agmplott. for the I! i llarlun
Mil HVuefleM. N'lmrAtil hM keen rlr
spotted by a pig f an Americano of lla
priceless treasure, the fair Hermrlta I'o
)orr. To-dy the Henor llarlo la In
New York lth tht annuunned Intention
of aiarchlrfg flrat ths clt and then the
country for one William 8. Kltcli, whom
ha euspeets of having carried off hi
Op board tha ataamahj" Zaaapa of
tabs Vnl ted Fruit J. In, which brought
(V from Port I.lmon, Honor Hsu Ins
paosl tha dark wildly and demanded of
every llkfly-rooklnc gringo he passed
If ha wara the man Knimrlta Iolot
had daaorlbed an "lleelee Teach."
At tha ahlp nri reporter of The
Kvening Vorld. tnos likely looking
gringo, approached him to-day Henor
Hartoi clutched hla ahnulder.
"You are perhau tha Henor lleelee
FeeahT" ha suggestsd. Invitingly.
-Wot I." .
'It look Ilka i nan not eaally thwart
ed, do I notT" cried Henor Hanoi
"Than I shall find Mm find htm wara
this city three time the sis of Blue
fleldV Ha hs atolen the Senorlta
The Manor waa purple of face and too
filled with emotion to make any effort
at concealment. Ho, then and there
knowing only that ha had a sympathetic
audience. Ma told the etory of Benorlta
Dolorea and "Beelee reach."
THE SE'NORITA VISIT RELA
TIVE IN CHICAGO.
The Hafloa hhve relatives In PMeagc.
and what aiora natural (saploded .the
Henor) fhan that tha daughter of tne
house ahouM venture Into the land of
tha grlngoee, wlUi a I duenna, to, vlalt
her kin. Tha Heniirit. of oourae, to
handsome. In Nloare.giie the duenna It
proteatton ample agalner dgnrgf yobng
maa but theae American relatives they
have forgot ten t be custom of tha snuffv
lana. At tha duenna they laugh na.
ha; so! and there enters Into the
Alarmed at last, theae careless rela
tives have notified Henor Harlos and h
has sent for the daughter. And aha
hag returned. Bat the lleelee rech Is
crafty. Slyly h obtain the addrea
and without consulting tha wishes t)
Senor Harlos, write to Henor Dolores.
At ths next hacienda Henor Juan Tru
jlto, favored of Senor Murine, lives In
Joyous anticipation of tha time when
his establishment shall be greyed by
the aparkMnt daughter of the Hacienda
Ifartoa. AD i Is wait and then Senor J
Halloa discovers a latter. The language
of the grlngoee to like the Hans r It,
evaa harder to comprehend when writ
tea' upon paper than when voiced, so
there comes an Interpreter. Senor Har
los Is a man of resources.
DOLORES LEAVES A LITTER
TELL I NO OF ELOPEMENT.
f set ruing from the Interpreter that the
wfly Beeteev reetoti te villainously be
eeecMng Sennrlta Oororea to elope, Senor
Harlos famed. He to a mop of strong
heart, but ths Mow was too great.
Benurlta Dolorea read the letter and had
not showed It to him!' When lis recov
ered the worst has happened. The senor -eta
Is gone and upon the Inlaid table
Has a nob arhloh aha says she has gone
to Bluenelda to meet her Beelee and
take the steamer northward.
"But will you not forgive them If
you And they are married give them
yoitr parental blesslhgiT"
"Ota, ho?" cried rtie Henor sTlnsa. For
give! It is a word I do not know!"
And he started up Broadway lit search
of likely looking grlngoes who might be
Trash Visits Keeaverlag.
Regardless of the fact that a three
ton truck passed over Me Iwdy, Richard
Hptegue, Hai six-year-old ton of Uugene
Hprague, the superintendent of Oreen
fteld Cemetery, Hempstead, I I., la
alive to-day In the Nassau Hospital al
M'.aeola. His left leg and right thigh
re ibroken, but the iboy will recover.
Don't Live to Eat,
But Eat to Live
Eat Well! Eat Plenty I
Eat Regularly !
Any physician, as well as common
sense, will thus prescribe:
During the cold winter months,
especially, people need good,' nourish
ing, well cooked and enticingly served
food. And they should eat regularly
midst congenial surroundings to keep
healthy and happy.
advertisements In The World, from day
to day, pjijnt out lyaqy eating places
where al! these requisites are in wait
Inf, Take CSre of Your Meals and Your
lltats Will Takt Can oj You.
GREEKS PUSH WAR,
BOMBARD CITY IN
Valona RakeJ With Shells in
Protest Apainst Declaration
HOLD OFF ON ARMISTICI
Balkan Allies Preparing for
London Conference to Fin
; ally End the War.
VIKNNA. Dec I -Ten Greek gun
boats tn-dy were reported to he vigor
ously bomhardltig Avion., a city of
Albania. The gunner aimed their
shell especially at pjutilli- building
displaying Ike Albanian flag, despite the
printed of Ismail Kemall Bay, Pro
vision! President of Albania,
Thl action on the part of Oreeoe
mud mllltry espert Ie1lev that the
plenipotentiaries of King Oeorg. wer
Incere In their refusal to sign th
peoetoeol for sn armistice at Begtitfhe
and that Oreece meant to carry on
active warfare single handed.
The proclaiming of Ismail Kemall Bey
a provisional prealdsnt of autonomous
tibanla sotns day ago to-day was fol
lowed by the announcement of Mon
slgnor Cacrlorf aa vice-president. On
Catholic, three Mohammedana and three
member of the Ureek church make up
the reet of the provlalnnat government
HAIjON'ICut. Kuropean Turtle. Doc.
t. -A fores of Oreek troupe to-day bad.
ly defeated and punished 1,000 Turk
Who were pillaging the village of
Boyataloo, according to a report from
the head'iuartera of th Greek army.
The Turk are aald to have lost IM
men killed and wounded. Forty of
taan were taken prisoners. The Turks
rs alleged to be carrying on guerilla
taotlcs, pillaging, burning and eomtnft
PROTEST AQAINST AUTONOMY
tWDOrf. Dec. 5. Ths reported activ
ity of (ireek gunboats off ths Albanian
coast to-day upset ths calculations of
military expect watching the war
It was apparent that ths Oreek wars
la earneat In declaring that they alone
would carry on the war with Turkey.
II had been reported that ttie envoys
of Xing Osorgs would sign the protocol
for an armistice within twenty-four
hours, aad that their refusal to sign
with ths other envoys was Just a ruse
to smrbts tha Oreek nary with the full
understanding of tile Balkan nations
to keap a weather eye on the Porta
Oreeea all along has coveted a large
silos of Albania, which Is that portion
of Turlny In Burope lying ta the north
of the Oreek frontier. The firing upon
Avion to-day was taken to moan that
ths Greek rsfuss to recognise (he au
tonomy of Albania, and aim by contin
ued fighting to bring about a partition
of that country. , .
ORBBCE MAY IQN ARMISTICE
IN FEW DAY.
An armistice between Oreeea and Tur
key to to be ooooluded In a day or two,
according to a news agency despatch
Ismail Kemall Bay, ths Isadsr of ths
Albanians, has telegraphed to Vienna
Lfrom Avion protesting against th
bombardment of that town by two
Oreek gunboats, according to a de
ep ton from tha Austrian capital. After
bombarding the International telegraph
office the gunboats mads special tar
gets of those pubtla buUdkng in the
town whloh ware flying tha now Al
The dispute between Austria-Hungary
aad Her via arising out of ths Balkan
war, whloh has threatened a general
European oonfHot. will have been
steered Into a safe channel and the
peace of Kurope will be maintained It,
aa 1 announced to-day, Bervla baa defi
nitely decided to leave her case in the
hand of th great Power.
With th adhesion of Austria-Hungary,
the proposal of Blr Bdward Oray,
the Brltleh Foreign Oecretary, to call a
meeting of the arrrhasaadorlal clearing
house ha now received practically
unanimous welcome. There aerms to
be a general dlapcaltton to-day to Irlv
honeotly to prevent further oampilca
tlons arlalng front the clash between
Turkey and the Balkan allies.
Hlr Kdward lr, the Hrltlsh Foreign
Secretary, declared this afternoon that
although tha proposed Amliuesudnrlal
conference In London wa making prog
re toward realisation It had not yet
ten definitely dcldd by all the Ku
ropean powers whether the moment waa
ipportun for It.
FIRST FOOD TRAINS ON WAY TO
CONSTANTINOPLE, lec I The first
food train to-day war on their way
from 'otisum iin. pie to Adrlanopl, car
rying rations to th Bulgarian urmy
before the besieged city. The train set
out laat night as aoon aa the Interpreta
ilon of the terms of the protocol wa
uade clear to the offlclala
The truce agreement provided that the
beleaguered cities of Scutari and Ad
rluuople should not be reurovllund by
lb Turk, but lhlr civil Inhabitant
and defenders will be fed by the liul
gara. Turkey will aupuly dally ralluna
to the Bulgarian soluler by way of th
oriental tallway to Adrlanuple, and by
hf Hid k ftu and Aegean routea, anil
the llulguiian in turn will pas food
into th cities.
The Ikdsni, leading Constantinople
ncwstiaprr, to-day stated that Greece
l tin many jiui'iMpat In tha arm
istice within a few daya.
The Turkish Council of Minister haa
prepared a scheme of uutonomoua gov
ernment for Albania. The project haa
been submitted to the Hultau for Im
The proposal to hold In London th
Red Croaa Cough Dropa
sua ta luieB ea tula Skinuas. Is 44iU
Young Woman Who Was Beaten
By Negro On Outskirts of Trenton
jSSB Be'eOeJBJ BL
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negotiations far peace between Turkey
and the Balkan allies emanated from the
Turkish government which besides de
siring that tby should be held on
neutral ground also wished to have the
advantage of the advice of Hlr 1X1 a aid
Orey, the British Secretary of Btate for
plt ths signing by Turksy and
th Balkan states of ths trues sgres
ment. It was officially announced to-day
that a stats of war still existed with
regsrd to Oreeea It was learned that
the fall of both Chios and Janina. be
sieged by ths Greeks, wss Imminent,
and It was said thsl as soon as these
towns war captured Oreece would be
willing to suspend bostlHtlss.
BUDAPIST. Hungary. Dec. a -The
Axjatro-Hungarian government has com
municated to tha British government Its
adhesion In principle to the proposed con-
Terenoe of Ambassador of tha great
Kuropean powers oa ths Balkan situa
tion to be held In London.
PAH IB, Dsn. I (France spoke plainly
to-day on ths European situation.
Premier Polncalre told th Committee
on Foreign Affairs of ths Chamber of
"Ws stand by our all l and oar
Ths Promise wag laying down Mis
policy to b pursued by Franoe in tha
Franoefa position tn tha present tens
European situation was summed up by
Premier Polnrare in a few words. He
"Franoe' programme 1st
"Flrat Continuity In our foreign pol
Icle and consequently the praotlcal
and persevering operation of our alli
ances and friendship
"Kecond Hlnrere and continued ef
forts to secure tha peaoe of Burope.
"Third Above all, th firm and calm
resolution to secure respect for our
rights and maintain our national dig
nity free from all posstbla attack,"
Refuses to Obey Summons to
Testify and Action Against
Him Is Asked.
WiAB HTNGTON, Dec. R Legal action
to compel J. H Klttenhouse of Simmon
to appear as a Wltnea at the Aruhbakl
trial waa naked by Kepreemativi Clay
ton, Chairman of the Houae Managers,
when the Henate reconvened to-dav as
an Impeachment Court. Mr. Clayton
eald Rtttentmuee had announced he
would not com unless forced to.
J. K. Julian, connected with the Sen
ate Hergean-at-Arma office, testified that
he had served a subpoena on Mr Klt
tanhoua Nov. an In flcrsnton. Prtsldent
Pro Tern Bacon then directed that lllt
t en house bs brought before tht Henate
by an officer.
Iklward J. Williams Mien resumed the
land aa a witness. Wininine tea'tfled
he had gone to Judge Archbald's ofTlct
In Hornnton when he had been sub
poenaed In the Impeachment proceed
ing started by the House laat aumnier
"Hs told me to tell the trutri and let
the eonaiHiuence go where Ii will," Will
iam added. He admitted that Judge
An hlml.l paid his railroad fare to Wash
ington al that time.
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HELD FOR ATTACK
Trenton Police Guard Pris
oner, Fearing Vengeance
of Lynching Party.
twrsntsl as Ta Brenliuj World.)
TRSNTOH, N. J , Dec. l-Wward
Chapman, a negro ex-convlet, was ar
rested here this morning charged with
making tha fiendish attack upon Mis
Luslla Marshall on ths rennlngton wad
near here Tuesday evening which may
cause her death. The police say they
hare evidence that their prisoner wss
near the acene Just before Miss Marshall
was attacked and that they have other
Information pointing to htm aa the
young woman's assailant.
Miss Marshall Is In a critical condition
at ths Merosr Hospital. Her skull Is
fractured and shs Is sniftering from
ether serious injuries. The young woman
Is unable even to roeognlss member of
her own family and the only word she
has spoken Is negro." On account of
her condition It will be Impossible to
take the prisoner before nsr for Identifi
cation purposes, but as on as hs re
gains consciousness that will be dun.
Capt. Culllton of the Trenton police
got word during the night that Chap
man waa probably the perpetrator of
the crime that has eo deeply stirred this
community. He detailed two patrolman
to get the negro, who fca known by the
alias "HI Henry." The policemen went
directly to Chapman noma and found
Mm In bed. He waa arrested and taken
before Capt. Culllton, who nut him
through a aevere queetlonlng. Ths ne
gro denied knowledge of the crime.
Ths negro Is familiar with ths locality
tn which Miss Marshall was attacked
He formerly worked for a farmer named
WsJlaoe Lannlng at ths Intersection of
th Pennington and South roada Peo
ple In that part of the county knaw the
negro, who says hs has been working
for a Trenton contractor slnos be left
I ..-toning employ aome time ago. The
polie will traos all bis recent move
ment. Chapman Is known as a deeper te
character, lla has served terms In ths
mats Prison, ths county Jail and th
countv v. rktvou.se.
Miss Marahall was struck with a
jlsce of pipe and then, struggling,
dragged through a hedge, where ahe
was found unconscious by Miss Lowells
I. Rdlnger, an actress, msmber of a
stock company now playing In Trenton.
Mlaa I ' linger reached Miss Marahall In
time to aee a man, presumably hr as
ullant, running away. Hh did not,
huwaver. get a good enough look at the
fleeing figure to be able to describe It.
Keeling run very high, and tho po
lice are taking ipeclaj precautions to
keep Chapman, their prisoner ssfo
from any possible attempt to lynch him
THE I XIVKUiAI. H NIC.
I Mini ths I.nwltin Chronarls.)
The untvereal tune hasn't a name, but
I set to many varied words You may
hear It rrom airayed reveller who
hout "We won't go home till morn- j
Ing." You may hear It In France to the
word "Malhroik e'en va-t-en guerre."
And alway the same tune that you
will perhup recall liettrr a the gen- i
i .ii corrftwalon of diner who Haa to i
honor the gueat of th evening by
shouting "Kor he' it Jolly good fellow."
Is there any other tun that carries so
Have You Ever
Stopped to Think
what an etcellent thin. It wnulil h to glv
ab.trrj icontalnln 1U Joa
gjajt bottle I of
a Christmas Gift tn frtnd or famlu.
It Is brimful of wish, good cbr.
ood health end hoaltaUU.
UKV!KHa aad I. ml OR ISRALKlta.
tsaisal City bvt. lth at. a ISth .
ON YOUNG WOMAN
LITTLE FOLK TOIL
MAKING DOLLS FQR
Factory CeOtTimlSSioil Hears
Startling Facts Ah mt Tjne
mcnt "Home Work."
Shoes at SO Cents a Dozen
How Disease Strikes the
Children four rears old and com
panion little older work at nltrht in
tenement house rom to do S per cent,
of the work of picking the meat from
mits for confectionery purpoees that Is
accomplished In the city.
This startling revelation of the length
to which child labor ha (rone waa tea
titled to in-day by Ml Kllrabeth C.
Watson before the New York Htitte
Kscrtory Investigating Commission at Its
assalon in the Hall of Record.
Ths woman Investigator said that
dark. Ill ventilated tenement houses oc
cupied by scores of Italian famines
conatltaits the "factories" where tlia nut
picking Is dons by child-: en Many of
th rlttl one -spend the day 1n school
and long hours over plies of cracked
Ths National Child Labor Committee
haa et up an exhibition in the Hall of
Records to show how the labor law
fall to protect worker who keep away
from factorlss and Insist on carrying
their trades In their homes.
One placard rsad : "The doll trade I
coming to America; all kind of dolls'
rlothsa outfits and othsr toys are made
In the tenements. " Accompanying th'a
were photographs showing llttls girls
who can play with dolls and little girls
of fhelr own ags who don't play wl;h
dolls but make them In their homes.
Prof. Adolphu Knopf of the Post
Qraduats Hospital dlscusssd the hy
gienic side at tenement labor. He said
thast measures for prevention from tu
berculoals and other dltease were use
less IX ths sufferer waa permitted to
leave ths hospital or sanitarium and
return to hla home to spread the plague
amorag workers in his family.
Bavd hours, underfeeding and overwork
are Important factors In developing tu
berculosis; ths(t have been 8.UU9 cases
of pulmonary tnbertulosir thui ' fsr- In
1912. he said.
CHILDREN KNIT SLIPPERS FOR
60 CENTS A DOZEN.
To get at the faets In regard to homo
Industries the commission has sun
poenaed manufacturer. The first to be
called wa Samuel Horohar.lt. manu
facturer of croohtrted slippers, who
told of oondltlon In hi Industry, whloh
IS earned on largely at home without
any supervision. He sakl children from
ten to twelve years old usually do rlu
work, knitting ths shoes or slippers for
51 cents a dozen.
When Mr. Klkus quesiloned him
closely he declared that the children
who made the slippers were from all
walks of lata,
"From the Four Hundred, for in
stance" Interjected Mr. Klkus. "Thoy
do the work for 60 cents a doxenT"
"No," replied the witness.
In ten hours a day steady work the
You make sure of
pure, good tobacco
when you smoke
More sold than any
other in this country.
Si .00 WEEKLY I
JL Opens an Account I
$3.00 Down on $50 1
$5.00 Down on $71 1
$750 Down on
I children can make 2 cent worth of Q. Did rmj hire her? A. N'u. Ben Ten
eiippei. the wltnssa gdmltted, qgallfy engaged hf,
llh this by ndrlliig thiit he never In- y. Whnt did von sav at the time? A.
I vsstigattd Just now long it would take. 1 1 didn't em anythint; Mr. Taitl u1
Mr Borchardl gald he we Inttlntt up brought her Into inv otn, e.
on the hom lnduir ami nini.ns "m',HFm TPA1 .Mfi..,n ucft Don
more .Upper In hi factory liv ma- BEN TEAL ENQAQED HER PRO
ihlnery. OUCER INSTRUCTS.
PRAISES "OUTSIDE WORK" AS y What do you generally do when
HELPING YOUNG GIRLS. I your iniinagei bring people Into your
"Vet they :oinHte with the factory I w)(t1 Do OH "Imply bow 7 A MWf
worker niul cut down wage, don't I ft oi yet I Instruct my manager.
inert aken sir, HBgg, Thin he mid.
co: .ni udnnt the hOffl
rents n dozen chesner."
work 1 i.l
"Outside work it proper." laid tht wit
he, "If proper!) tUperVISSd, It keeps
th. young girls of th.. ttreetg."
Benjamin Goldenburg, proprietor ol
the Rtna Ooli nnd Toy company, waa
I ciiiii-i tn ti ii about the grem quantity
of work that Ik turned over to home
workers afti r advertisement! have been
! printed II the newspapara Qoeaeabarg
denied that children do this work, hut
aamittsd thai he hn l IN kn
home eondltlona, 1 1 - i
for people srho live in
and if the applicant
they (rot the work.
1 1 it ad rsrtlsed
look all right"
lie said that he found that disease In
thl tenement I one reason fur keeping
iii worn away rrom thi
MONEY Al TIMES,
(Continue.! from First Page.)
after reading It. and Mr. Mooney rost- la"umo th Ptorate of th First Con
examined Mr. Krlanger. 1 gregatlonal Church at Coventryvlll. N
Q. When was the laat time you hand
ed Mis St. Clair money? A. Be
(J. You admit she rerrmlne-1 In the e.u
ploy of Klaw Hrlanger up to 19ti'(?
Q. In you know what money he got
In 1907? A. I don't know how much h
got from the firm, 1 know she got noth
ing from mc.
The attorney then began a line of
nuesllona concerning the first emmcc.
ment of Mia St. Clair with Klaw tt
Bid That Corn
A little common senae applied to your corn troublei
will go a long way toward ending them. ANTICOR
will go the reat of the way.
It it strange that such a limple little thing at a corn
is to widely misunderstood. Lots of people teem con
vinced that it u lome tort of deep rooted myitery. They
use all kinds of absurd "plasters." pastel, etc., trying
to "cat" out the dead tissue with chemicals, and com
pletely overlooking what may happen if these chemicals
reach the live tissue. Hence many cases of blood
A com it a lump of callous, nothing more. The
pain comet from the pressure of this lump upon the
temitite nerves beneath. Therefore, to remove the
pain, remove the pressure; to remove the pressure,
remove the callous; and to remove the callous, use ANTI
COR. It it safe, limple, easy to use. It pares down the
callous the thinnest wafer at a tigie. ANTICOR can
not injure live tissue. Relief is immediate.
The Perfect Safety Corn
at All Dnia. 1 .-.in' .... llsrdi.tr, Ctltltrr
Special for Thurtday, December 5th.
2Ac VI. I K fa.HEWIIKKK,
l lll Ml UO
OFFERING FOR THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
HIGH GRADE BON-BONS, CHOCOLATES and - "ji
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Wbr use drtiartmest store randy when you
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AND 60 HALr-fOLINU BUXES, FOR
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AND 60 HALF-POUND BOXES FOR
POUNDS OF "MANHATTAN MIXED," CON
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CREAMS AND 20 OTHER KiNDS, AND 60
HALF-POUND BOXES, FOR
I'm-u Ko, t ortlnnilt nnd llt.ltb Htrrel tststs
All tiur store, open HAl'k hl.t I
Confections That Commend
Mere purity In confectloiiB is a
strong recommendation In itself
but when you add extreme de
ItctoUHness and ml milium ex
penditure of money, there is T11K
reason for gettinn Loft's.
The spei'ltlt-d Weight In eSSfe Instance
Im-lii'les t lie cotitslnar,
qilues COFFEE specials
When you buy coffee at retail you are paying two and three profits. Buy
from us and get real VALUES. Our coffee qualities are the best and we retail
at a uolesale prices. We import direct, guarantee satisfaction or money refunded
1913 ART CALENDAR FREE TO CUSTOMERS
Drawn from life, exclusively for us, and reproduced In the original colon.
A copy will be preientJ free to every customer, so long as they last.
& Java, A
Retell Prlw 7W
li-milir ll .Hir
3&c BWV lull Price I
Other latle e s; "CogtblaaUaa,'' tic; "Cash: t
Motel Sellla st wholesale ertres. s-a r.ntiot tkerept ordf
for less I ban n lbs. of eofte. Tea In the gonad or more
Ordrri hv mat! "rut telephone ; rrmrtlv delirerrd C. O. D.
gll Order. Dellti-rnl Slilr.. a.1
GILLIES COFFEE CO.
gas to aaa wahhinuton nt.. iiet.
Two Weeks from
The witnrr.i inuglird, na did every-
bo ly else
"That's Juki what I wanted to et at.
Foil told Mr. Teal to engage her."
Mr Jerome objected to Mr. Moonay
addrsaalng hi remarha to the iur.
'If the Jury Is ofTended." snld Mr.
Mooney, "by my nalklng lii front of the
box, they'll resent it ami rn feci it. I'm
no play actor. I am trying to get
through with this caee and I object to
thl frivolity and crtUCiM of my ac
tions. All till Is to into the record, to
I be read hy tome ier after I'm dead
1 uim1 tona."
I Thl brought another laugh.
Max I . Stin i- had testified that he had
conversation with Mr Krlanger In the
ummer of l'.sri regarding a suit aginit
the Cirri Production Compsny. To
liow th frlcndllntvs sir. Krlanger bore
him Lawyer Steiier amd the theatricsl
man gave him a Hat of witness to be
used by Hteuer In the ult.
Three of the men mentioned took the
stand. They wero Joepli llrookt,
eoclated wlt: the Klaw ft Krlanger
firm. Krank McKee. ami Morons Zle
feld Jr. All denied th.y had been sub
poenaed In the Clrole Company's css.
Mr Zl.-gfeld testified that he had en
gsged Miss St. Clair for "Ml Inno
cence'' and that h wa not sent to
him hy Mr. Krlawgw.
driver Heroine Minister
iSpe-isI to Thf Ktenlnf World I
MIDDLETOWN, N, Y Dec. 6. From
J driving a baggage express wagon to the
pastorals of a large Congregational
church I th experlunce. of John Hous-
ton of thi city, who haa Just been or
dained here to the ministry He will
i ., on Dec. 16. For many year Mr
! Houston has conducted a baggags ex
I preas buftlne here, tudylng night
1 and during the day while riding on
hi wagon. He Is over fifty years of
Stays to Aid Cholera victim.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. -That h may
continue the work he haa organised
among cholera sufferer In ComtanM
nople, Major C. V. Ford of th army
medical corps ha bean asalgned by the
War Department to temporary duty In
the Turkish capital, under the direction
of Ambassador Itockhlll.
and ghoe tttni
est. Antlror Ufj
Special tor Friday, Let ember 6th.
HOC VALIK KI.NKrVltKtlK.
Fill MS IKSX
Churches, Inttitutiona, Fairs, Etc.
I.oft't Pur aad Prh -madt
Open stsrs evening until 11 oVIork.
HI.MM.S until 11 o'i lock.
as BARCLAY Tft(l
C If.Wi il fir atwar
at) C OH T LAN DT ST
Cnr t hul h II.
Al Cm Hall Park
C.r t mi..- Si
t4T NASSAU STREET
aeakmin A- . . ki,
aee wcbt i.cih ar
N.tt kit! a, a
Regular aoc. a a
Ke.ull gr.de. HfC
a.Hc. anil 40c.
l Ither Ttet, te K
r, "Planlatea."nr, -Mocaa aad Jaa."Ue.
l r llellteretl IOO Mile.
i-.iu pis and h...- at., new vukk
CRACK Al BLEED
mm i i
Hands Chapped. Suffered Terrible
Pain. Used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment Five Weeks, Hands Fine.
74 Park Avs . Ilrooklyn. N. Y. "My
sand used to chap and blend and they
pained me very much. When I put then
In waUT they lined to burn terrllay, espe
dally In hot water. My band looked dirty;
that wa because they wero to chapped,
the knuckle unci to crack and bleed sad
I euffemd terrible pain. I tried different
remedies hut tbey never did any good. A
friend told roe to try Cuticura 8oap aad
Cuticura ointment. I rot some and made
a lather from t ho Cuticura Hoap and bathed
my hand, then I dried them and pot ths
Cuticura Ointment on and put oa a pair
of old glove. I was surprised to see bow
my hands were healed. Tbey used to bs
red and rough and now they are soft as
velvet. I tried the Cuticura Soap aad oint
ment for a week and they got One. I hav
Bo more trouble with my hands since I
elwsye use Cuticura Snap and I ran'3
praise It enough to all my friends," Olgnas .
Mia. M. Wslemvan, tier. 33. 1011.
For pimple and blackheads the fbrfcwtng
a a most effect I ve and economical linallasgl
flently smeartheaffreted parts with Cuticura
Ointment, on the e d of the finger. But Sn no
rub. Wash off the Cuticura Olnttnent In Br
minutes with Cuticura Roap and hot water
and con tin u bathing for some minutes, Thl
treatment Is beet on rising and retiring. At
other time use cuticura Soap freely for the
toilet and hath, to assist In nre inline Inflate
nation. Irritation and clogging of the pees,
Cuticura Roap and Cuticura Ointment are
sold throughout the world. Liberal aample of
each mailed free, with 33-p. Rkln Book. Ad
drea post-card "Cuticura, Pept.T. Boston."
gsTTender-fsced men should use Cuticura
Roap S bavin 8 link. 25c. Sample feea
Strictly Bona Fide Offer
No Schemes or Catches
Yon Don't Pay for It
isUlsl you ar tutly aatisfiud that It Is
.Ii. piano you want; tbsa w glv yea
I he btosflt of egr
Low Factory Price
ON KASl TKKMS.
Ws do this to vonvinos you of the
upsrlorlty of WEHKH PIANOS
over many other uukee sold fa.
much higher prices, and ws wank
you to be the sols Judge of ths
Piano vou buy.
Heaer I'laser 1'iaaee gt.vsau
VYeeer I nrtght. ivrg.t up
t'aed Pusses S7JI. Son. a too a
atvol. cover, cartage and sheet
Ws sell direct "from factory te
Hem," tnu eavlng vou all mlddl.
Send for sew CstalngD B.
1 " TOO Bin
111 IV. IML, (Near gib. ATe.
UNTIL I O'CLOCK.
Tel. Chelcea (lit.
F0RMEN.W0MEN & CHILDREN
No Money $f A
Down 1 Week
Vt t i tr liif mftC i-aaloUk tsvrt
mmt of this -mns' i.ral Into i.-tatUrJ
ft rina; Ri""
AND FUR COATS
mm ! (fitter iiiuji wImi tM
(M11ll i nM .
31G West 12sih St., near Mb avs.
Zbio id Ave., l i.lh St., Kfoni.
(AUo CuiltMj leiin, mi, ithf-um, lrrUaa.
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aliti vttlwU 1 tVV, , iuiU JUat
C I R K U, ttiti KM Mrwll uaefi.t' i
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to mill D PQIesf I'.iiu Ml Off, li ii .i.itr. i
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fill fllSI rlTC. Nil
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uwd, . r -I- manv hiw tnlri uu that
ekkiim I.. .
.hit I fc'.!l Brhli 1 iin talk
il;g llnU! If Vill Kill Ullt iiir 111 ;HV
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di tran I ni '. -n. . !- 'ti'tl tn h m.mtk
tin:. If rail an- qiafUal I tail -t; -("Mirautl I
f ou ft tUif '..a n ' t mv Taira,
Ht arq ;nc rn ti im. ir-.i cni v m..' tu
. :nf it thfi von iip.l ftvi th' rfli l ! w,rli KoMi
for )oii Jim' tn ti aud m nil 1 aid uUIm
tnu ti" Lftl'T.
Or. J. E. CmnHi , 30 Cur Sq-m i, SiUIi, Hi.
K(fnn' I.cril Nu..mi Han It. Hriallii. Mo.
Coul'1 -'in I'fiVr - .! hi., noMr
si, i ,1 vr 'it'-ffr f RptWaf
W. a i V if
Underaetll Ua M., eurSpaalal
weeaif oner ing.
THY CAdC A-no Y AL-PILLg TO-NI9MT
LetkttkpatioQ, miiuMuMt. oavi aioiaaco. tsatsd
town. I.ngu'kt tad Inn troutilt trt ttisssB saw-
restrd til l.la -S -urn'a l av . ltnftl I'lllt. MtttS
tban i-ubr oil Ilk- -ul ;lv at til itru tteejs
World Wanta Work Wondara
utimv. i ui.ip.elrl) PuraltSsd.
It E. Cor. lMth. Id Ave., E V.