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THE EVENING WORLD, MOhDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1913.
OaaMlng corrupt n-bilwwni to do ao.
TH nwr continue:
MAYOR NAMES ALDERMEN CON
CERNED. "On InfoririMton nd belief,, one of Ihe
ro-i.iocn tu named Curtla, anothtr
Itenjamm Stru and othrri Albert J.
Oerwin, Charles Buekimn. Ahraham
Wlrtenberg, Or. William Shenero, one
tlalprln, Ulehael Kink, on Bernhardt
und one Crime. On Information and be
lief, the Aldermen Who pursued thli
method were Joseph Mchlose, Kenny,
Volkman. Loots Weadell Jr . who re
quired applicants to Join a political club
in his district ; Herbst who required
licenses to pay a friend before giving
Ms coneit; Frederick W. Illchter, who
required that a third person he paid a
rrmn sum before giving his consent
.nd reejulrod s sum for himself before
teaewlng, and John J. McCann. who re
"uered that applicant remove Int.. s
certain assembly district and Join a cr
aln polltlcsl association and pay dues
'.a a condition of hla consent,
"Another, Noonsn, who refused his
roneent unless applicants for license
joined a certain political club."
The first case cited against Currsn
follows, ths answer reading:
"On Information and belief, prior to
Sept. . in;, one Fried attempted ti open
. stand at the southeast corner of Hlxth
venue and Twenty-fifth street; ths
Isintlff ronducled negotiation with
efrrence to opening of said stand
hrough the medium of one Mullaney,
nit handed a man accompanying Mul
.uiey an application, with his consent
or the stand In question, the nsms of
'he license belnc Isft blank. Subse
quently Prled's name was filled In and
he license Issued to him."
Retarding the laanlng snd renswal
of licenses, the Mayor continues:
"Money was paid to Bhepero, money
v as paid to Rlchter. money was pal'l
o Klnf, money wss demanded hy
Hr S4t, money was paid to Wlrtenbem
: inney was paid to Moacowlto, money
r psld to Volkman snd other Indl
Ida.ila. mentioned as go-between
DIAGRAM snow IS a
lk II ' I 11 sf a Ml. If t
I if ft I MiI .
FELL 22 STORIES.
aTicolo Mohlo ellmbd oa s hod hoist
and plorrsd dowa laslds ths structure
ths satire twenty-two storlss.
IN STRIKE HERE
BANK FREEZE OUT
BY CLEARING HOUSE
Halts Vessel With Flour for
Army, Headed for Disputed
Port on Adriatic.
GREECE DARES ITALY.
Captures Vessel of King Em-1
manuel Off Albanian Coast
War Rumbles Still Heard, j
BF.l.finADE, Dec. 9. On the heels
of the ssml-offlrlal Information thai
fttrvla would abandon her project or
holdlnt an Adriatic seaport, and would
leave the settlement of her tllffrrenrr
with Austrla-Ilunf ary to th eonilni;
conference of the powers, excitement
wss raised to fevr ln-.it again to-day
hy the report that Austilu hail stopper,
a boat loaded with Hrivlon suppllen
It was said that the Austrian au
thorities had stopped tim Hli-anier I ice
dlsch at Flume and hud seised DUO ton -
f the flour thst whs destined for the
ere. In th common acceptance of the Hervlan army occupying Uuruiso. It
was aald tuat Ausirln-llungary Intend-
erm, at.l heelers, who could have
0 possible legitimate business rela
tions with the plaintiff a a number
1 the Hosrd of Aldsrmsn. or with any
, ther member of the board."
Th Mayor set up three defense,
irei he denlee eanh and every allrffa
o i of Alderman Ourran's complaint ns
ii CurrattN "Kood name, fame and
standing In the community," except th.it
vi ite the alleged Hlielloua letter and
.hat ill Was published In the regular
iMirse of bualnce- aecond. the Mayor
usuries the contents of his letter he.
auae he regarded what he aald as ths
truth: and, third, he sets up a psrtl,il
!efen-e In mitigation or damage, tf
there are any, and pleads atl the facts
it h'a second answer as a suitable de
ease. 1AYOR DECLARES CURRAN WAS
Concluding the second defense, th
Mayor declares thst the many state--asnts
msde .by Alderman Curran as
e what took place In th Mayor's office,
rr'nr to th Aldermen selectlnn Ul
JnveaMgattng Committee, were In mnt
(art fals. The Msyor charges Mr.
Curran caused to be published In
arloua newspapers, nn July 27, lilt,
tatements with regard to a visit to
hi Mayor's office, which "wer far
' 'rem being truthful." In this Interview,
'air. Curran stated he had called on th
Mayor to ask him to call a special meet
ing of the Board to Investigate ths
Colic Department The Mayor quotes
the statement, which attributes to Ills
Honor th statement that Alderman
Oarran "was doing this to embarrass
'its in my attempt to clear up the sit
uation." This statement and the one
nttrtbuted to the Mayor, In which he
was reported to hav stated that the
AMermen would "stultify themeelves
It thev undertook such an Investiga
tion." Mr. Oaynor says, "Wer In fact
The Mayor further rrasOgr that th
I Aldermen "Bought by euch publlcstlons
o give Mia public at large an eJ-rotieous
I Tipreeslon of tSie attitude of the defenu-
, irt." Regardlnit .Mr. Curran statement
hat while he was In the Mayor otnee
aw latter pointed to a basket of papers
nd stated that he had an affidavit that
.. member of th Hoard of Aldermen
I '.ad tsken a M bribe to allow a hoot
I 'lack stand to be putap In his district,
' th Msyor states:
I AFFIDAVITS BACK HIM UR. MAY
"On Information and belief this state-
: ment 1 very far from being the truth.
n that It did not contain all that was
said and In that It neglected to state
'that the defendant called to the atten
I ion of the plaintiff a that time the
. fact that certain evidence was In the
uoses:on of th Mayor' offic relating
(a himself, the plaintiff, and directly
,0nnet'ted with the licensing of news
Hands and the like In his district."
Going Into his parttal defense, mltl-
I ttatlon uf damages, the Msyor gives
as the source of hla Information "per
sons of standing in the various city de
partment.-, good cltlirns and other per
oas, directly Interested In the mutters
In band' and the presidents of organl
sttlons having s persunul Interest In
The Mayor further t4ea that lie
heltavel the Information acquired by
bun was trustworthy and, "relying
thereon, he wrote the letter." Rach
and every material fact stated In ths
letter, he declares. Is backed by eworn
testimony or verified affidavits or by
reports of city official. The Mayor
i'nally si a Urn that the letter to the
Alderman was given out because the
AMermin bad given to the pre a letter
nddrea-ed to the Mayor.
Concluding his srvenry-Jwo pages of
ptMnted matter, the Mayor ssys that "In
this writing and publishing, the drfend
. ni felt thai he was performing a public
duty and that it was his right to answer
in a public way a letter written by the
Plaintiff, which had been mad public
by the plaintiff."
The Mayor asks that Alderman Cur-
ran's complaint be dismissed by th
Courts, that a vtrdlct be returned for
the Mayor and she Alderman be taied
with the eoata In the action
OFFERS MONEY TO CHARITY IF
CHARGE IS PROVED
Alderman Louis Wendel Jr.. when In
formed of th character of the Mayor
answer to th Curran ult for libel,
said: "Why, that whole matter wis
thra'hed out two yeura agu and noth
ing came of it ut all. Political enemies
then sot busy with that old atory and
have apparently rolled up the watera
now. I onnnot underetund how the
Mayor would take loKniaanre of the
natter, under the condltlona. No, I do
not Intend to aue the Mayor for libelling
me. I have ben re-elected Alderman
by an Increaaed majority of TWO and
that ! n indication how the people of
m' district regard me 1 do not need
th bolster of a libel eult to Impress
my constituents with my deLsney."
Alderman Vtancls K Krnney said: "II
do not tiiHleratand why I should h
diagged Into thl matter by th Mayor.
I have done nothing, in the many year
I have been connected with the Board,
tit warrant ualng my name In this man
ner. However, I see the Mayor spells
th nsme Kenny. Perhaps he may In
tend his statement for me, but I cannot
Alderman John McCann aald: "I re-
ed tu convert th flout to th uss of,
her own army.
A dispatch irom Corfu, In the Ionian .
said th.it the Urtek MIlUs Macedonia
had seise an Italian venae! whH'h wsa
taking on Albanian Inaurgenta and
stores off V, i.i'ti i
The accumulation of Austrian troops
on the Hervlan frontier and the provoc
ative language of the VteMMM news
papers huve lid to renewed b ttor feel
ing In Hervla.
The newspaper 1'rsvda, voicing the
prevailing Irritation, says:
"It Austria dralrra war with Hervla
let It coins. It will b the most Utter
fight In history. l.v.ty Hervlun man
and woman, young or old, will tuke
part lu It and Austria will have lu ex
terminate the entire Heivian nation be
fore coniiusrltig It. '
Many Herviuna visiting Austro-llun-gsrhui
frontier towns on business have
been arrested on charges of s ping. Tile
Hrrv.an Government has protested to
ths Auslro-liungarlan authorities.
LU.NilJ.V, Dec. u I 'i -p.u .a. in. - in-dm
for the peace tQSjfajraflOS and ambatsa
dorlal meeting next Friday went on
apace, and the diplomats piofeased not
tu be alarmed by the rumor of desul
tory lighting in UN Near Kast. It wua ;
cunstduivd, loo, Ihat tne rt-porled war
UIH MtlMU i Aiili'la-llungary ami
Hervla were more lor efteet than In
contemplation of actual hoatllltles.
GREECE STILL DELAYS SIGNING
A despatch from Cettlnje said that
the war still was on In northern
Albania, because th Turkish Uovrrnor
of Scutari refused to accept a genuine
the communication brought to him toll
ing of the signing of an armlatlce, and
he m Ml upon Ihe MMMaS " 'i,",'
ant who acted a omlaaary.
The Ureek gunbuata were aald to still
ba off the Htralts, where they were
sighted Saturday, but no set of hostility
on tlislr pari was reported.
Turkish reinforcements from Asia
Minor still w.-re arriving la QalUpoU,
and the Turkish cavalry and artillery
thai had been engaged In the war with
Italy to-day embarked at Tripoli fur
aalllpoll, but these movemcnte were not
regarded as atgtilfylng that Turkey
planned to do anything In violation of
the protocol of Maghtche.
tireece hihl nut slgtuil the armistice
early to-day, but there were confident
assurances from bulh Athena und Con
stantinople that she would become a
Bittnatory bctoro the upvtilng of the l.ou
Thai Turksy as well a Austria-Hungary
would withhold consent for Servla
tu occupy the Adriatic port ul Durutzn
wua Indlculed by all Interview with Kln
mll l'asha, Turkish Oriiud Vlaler. Ho
was quoted as saying that Turkey never
would consent fur Albania lu be cut up.
Asked If ill Uov eminent ruvored
Turkey Joining the Balkan alliance, Die
Utand VUler was said to have replied
that It all depended on what advantage
Turkey would be likely to find in such
an alliance, which could not be deter
mined until the meeting ol the peace
TRY AUTO STREET CLEANER.
KUwards Waats fit, to Bar Ma
chine Invested by Convict.
Th big automobll strset-claanlng ma
chine, which we designed by a Sing
Ulng convict and built by fsllow-con-vlc-ls
uf the Inventor, was dum6natrled
to-day on the Union Hquaro Plata.
Thruughuul the uay lh operator of the
machine sad his crew showed the public
ths manner In which th automatic
alreet cleaner gathers street rofuss,
packs It away In receptacles and then
hauls Its load away lu the dump, Its
own engines lurnisiiing motiv power
fur transit, as well a operation of trie
varluus dtrl-gatherlug and packing
To-morruw Mayur Uaynor, ueeo-upt-nted
by Commissioner kldwards, will see
the machine In operation. Mr. Kdwanta
wants tlie city to buy some of thu auto
i HI II
1 5 1
DENIED AT TRIAL STOPS RATE CLASH
Labor Leader Says He Believed Money Trust Probers Told by
Bridgl at Pelham Was Blown
Down by Wind.
Baltimore Financier of
Liner Mauretania A Safe,
Says Wireless Message
QOaSMSTOWM. rralaad, Sec. A wlralaaa mag from the Maure
tania despatch at aeoa to-day. T0 aaUss west of this port, saldi "All
Reporta that the Cunard liner MaureUnla, on her way to New York
from Liverpool and Queenatown, had met with a gerloua mlahap were
dticrtdltfd ty the local agentg of tho Pnnard line to-day. Thejr aald
they were In receipt of Information that the Mau'etanU, which left
Queenatown at 10.66 o'clock yesterday morning, had been reached by wire
less and that a denial that any accident had been encountered had been
INIitANAPOLIH, Ind., Dec. f. As
sault committed during the Ironwork
ers' strike were Investigated by the
Government in the croes-examlnatlnn
of Patrick P. Farrll. New York, a de
fendant, at the "dynamite conspiracy''
WAHIIINOTON, Dec. I A general '4
rense or the clearing house system of
hanking and a decide! stand against
Government regulation of denrlnti
houses were made to-day hy Waldo
Newcomer, Manager of the Baltimore
trial to-day. Out of 110,000 onivttihutrd Clearing flout, before the Houaa
by the International Union to sustain Money Trust Investigating f'omtmltte.
LID DOWN TIGHT
the strike In New Tork, Karrell admit
ted he furnished bonds for snd paid lh
fines of union men.
ftlity assaults In 1101, In which bot
tles of ammonia and revolver were
used as weapon and In which one mtn
wss thrown Into the river and a police
man who attempted to quell a riot waa
killed, were charged hy the Govern
ment as being part of a "reign of
terror" which preceded a general ua
of dynnmit. Th strike never has
been called off.
! Karrell la charged, a an executive
board member of the International
union, Willi appropriating money to en
able J. J. Mi Natnara to maintain a "dy
nnmit Ing crew."
Asked about the wreck of a draw
bridge at I'elham, N. Y In February,
130. when the draw" fell Into the bay,
Karrell laid he had written to McNa
nutia that "th high wind ' had blown
the work down.
"Was 'the high wind' a term used to
designate depredation agauun non
union work?" asked James W. Noel, for
"It was not. W believed the Pelham
Job fell apart because of Incompetent
workmen." aald Karrell.
Kartell said he knew funds of the
union were expended for whloh no ac
counting was made, but he did not
know what the money was spent for.
lie denied all knowledge of McNi
mara's purchase of explosive.
Frank J. Murphy, Detroit, a former
ironworkers' business agent, waa the
tenth defendant to testify. Murphy la
charged with "trying to find out" how
much a witness knew of alleged plots
to blow up non-union work in Detroit.
Ortle K MoManlgal confessed that In
IP10, under orders of Herbert 8, Hockln,
he took a suitcase filled with nltro-gty-verlne
to Detroit, but that th order
suddenly was called off.
Other witnesses testified that Charles
Wachtmetater had received J 100 from
Hiram Cllna of the Carpenters' Union
as the carpenters' share of the expenses
Robert O. M Ross cam from Hawaii
to testify that Wachtmelstcr became In
toxicated and "talked so much that the
proposed explosions wer called off,"
und lhat Murphy and Clarenc E. Dowd,
now of Rochester, N. Y., met Ross to
find out what ne knew of the plot.
Murphy denied he ever had talked to
Ho and asserted h knew nothing; of
proposed explosions to unionise various
trades In Detroit.
It wss In Detroit that Jam B. Mc
N a mar a and MoManlgal were arrested
soon after they nrrlvd In April, 1W1, to
cans five explosions ther.
"Did you ever talk to L. A. Ntel of
the Iron Workers' Union, about ualng
nltro-glycwrlne In Detroit?" asked Sena
tor J. w. Kern,
"None of the union officials so far aa
I knew ever talk id of explosive. '
SOTED ENGLISH ACTOR
HERE FOR FIRST TIME
IN SIXTEEN YEARS.
(Continued from First rage..
peat my offer, 'made originally when
the M.i) 't In a speech told or alleged
Alderuianlc gTart. 1 offered then and
offer now to donate a luttt of money
to any charity It anyone can produc
. widen e of any wrongdoing on my
part. 1 hav made It u point to keep
the atand permit uualneaa In my district
clean and I hav personally done to.
I have nevsr taken advantage or any
person, but have always been ready
to do a favor honestly. There 1 nj
JusUflnatlon In the charge mad. Th
Mayor 1 acting on hcarsiy."
jkncsMU i safuad aaae Tl M fata hi can, I. W.
SBOVaVg tisaatai la m mm baa. Uc?-liliL
Unit with his friends Charley Whit,
the referee, and William Kock, waa ar
rested, us were the Others, nnd charged
with disorderly conduce. Ma iWtrate
lb. en discharged the trio.
Inapector Dwyei n i.i urrested more
than three sure nun found atxndlng
upon the shit-walk in und urouud prem
ises known on gambling' houses. All
have been Charged with disorderly con
duct. When Ihll rmsudV BKaUaVM stun
dcira wn at Its helttht, the Ramblers D-
gan to i. tsu.it i:.t" twu well known
Ufbatef pilai'e. on on liroudway and
one lu Slxtli avenue. The Inspector Im-
inidlutely notllled tlu pruprletots at
t Ii-m rsjatstii ants that lhay aera liable
to proaecuUiM under tu Papal Coda for
honsliiK ' uainatcrs aad ull.vf dlnurdurly
persona," wiih the rcsuit that Hi if-
ugees were i cfuaed ill Inks ul the us.
ami loud jit thu tables.
The foil, iw.ua pui.vr clubs'' now being
watched night und day by uulformxl
policemen nu lunger do business, and
are la all Interna and purpua lightly
The Attic, West Forty-acond strati.
Tlia Lyceum, West Foitj-iitm street.
The Anaonia. Weal k orty-fuurtli siren,
llr.daw Vrbbvrs, West Foriy-Htth
The Mucogee. Weat Forty-fifth street
The Beverly, West Mixiy -111 th ret.
Itachaci lirauu'a, Wg Forty-third
It was In tlMlitenlng duwn upon theso
puKet clubs that Inspector Uwycr found
his greaiest difSeuUy, for a recent jo-
cilon of the I'ourt of Appeal held that
a man whu occsa onaliy played poker
was not a common gambler. The only
Wtt tu base u pruaccutlon wui to gl
,-ii,ieii ,- that there wuh u 'kitty" which
went lu Hie benellt of some individual,
snd tu till a end Inspector Dwyer began
luting the player, which proved tu oa
a moat ai-naatlonal prooed ug in inuny
InatHnce, hut Ctflltl suultury In effsct.
Aiinoun iitiw-m In Tim KvehlnK '.Vo Id
some week ttk'i lhat Inspector Dwvar
R us going to have lite eltigtM who fre
uantad these poker ilubi followed la
their huniea, if neceaaafy, ta get their
true names, caused tin linnudlate fallina
off Of pair on ie. Less than a hunJt eu
bold splrlta who went to the poker houaca
lu spile of the warning, wrrr followed
up snd I.Med In the majority uf tacs '
one experience wua aulticttnl, and thy
did not it ii t ii upon u ceo-ltng nights
It took mui titan thirty pi trolmen to
execute tog plan tu wipe uut the pakgf
Clubs. The eaplonage l.s si. I on In
spector Dwyer planned to turn over thl '
names or the players to th Dlstrlct-A'
torney, and through ti e - players to
' prove thst there was a "kitty" In esc
club that went to. the benellt of an in
dividual. Hut there has been such a
falling off In play In fact, ths play la
practically killed that this may not oe
necessary. The uniforms 1 w lobar are
on post ut the door of Hi poker duos
frum noon every day until 4 A. U.
ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM
TO PLAY SERIES HERE.
Oxford and Cambridge Players
Will Make Tour of Pacific
Coast Next Fall.
LONDON, Dc, I. Rugby, football
player at lh Unlversltl of Oxford
and Cambridge were asked to-day to
form a combined team to undertake a
tour of the Pacific coaat. The Invita
tions wers sent out by the secretary of
the Oxford University Athletic Club.
It la Intended, should the team he
forni.il, to play a series of eight games
against teams reprearntttig the Leland
Stanford and California Universities
and club teams. Tllo matches Will take
place next autumn.
MRS. LITTLETON GIVES
A "PETITION PARTY."
WASHINGTON. Dec. I.-Mrs. Martin
W. Littleton gave a "petition party"
at her rooms In ih New Wlllard Hotel
yesterday. Pressed in pink and smiling
with Joy, Mrs. Littleton received th
callers, who swarmed In to as her
"wonderful" petitions rrem every see
lion of the country urging Congress to
provide way and mani to buy Monti
illo, the home of Jefferson. Among
tet visitors were many Senators and
The petition party continued from
noon until mtdnlxht. Mr. Littleton gave
an Illustrate,! lecture, th Illustration
being hundred of signed petitions.
On of Mr. Littleton' luteal and
' most wonderful" pelltloas is a'.gned
by J. Plerpont Morgan. Frank H. Hla,
Charles A. I'eabody, John J Mtlburn
A. J. Hemphill. A. Harlon Hepburn.
Edwin S. t-vh-n-k and other New York
bankers. A petition from Masaachusetls
brsrs the nsme of Richard Olney.
While this reception was going on
upslslrs. .Trrref-.on M. Lew flitted about
I'eieook Allay In a aaallow-iall coal.
i The committee took dp the clearing
j house (Ituatlon in Raltlfftor. itepr -I
entailve of two bank, whlca had
' been refused conditional membership In
! -to Association, appeared. Msnager
Newcomer explained lhat the bank
ware not admitted because a condition
al members they would not be bound y
the rules of the Association as to ont
of town cheek exchange charges and
other rate and would be in a poiltlon
to compete at an advantage with the
other member of the nnorlatlon bound
by the rulee.
In a prolonged dlacuaalon with Hamuel
Untermyer, counsel for the committee,
Mr. Newcomer declared that clearing
houses throughout the country were
beneficial Institutions, and that any at
tempt at Ooverrrfnent regulation would
hamper their efforts.
MONEY PROBERS HIT BY BILL
Hitting at members or the committees
of both Houses of Congress investigating
the "Money Trust." Itepresenta'tve
lilndrherch (Republican, of Minnesota)
to-day auhtrm'tted a Joint resolution re
quiring Senators and Congressmen to file
a statement oRhelr financial Interests or
affiliation with any banking, loaning or
brokeragn business. Ll.nl nergh was
author of the original Mciiey Trult
"Th eagerness with which mem lie i a
of the Banking and Currency Commis
sion sought the control of the money
trust Investigations and much of the
support thy obtained In securing it
due to the fact that most of the
committee and many other Congress
men are banker or bank attorney,"
eald Lindbergh. "I do not claim that
tiny are knowingly seeking- to deprive
the pvbHo of securing a fair and Im
partial, deal. But I claim lhat bankers
nd their lawyer are not the parties
to whom thl financial legislation ahouid
be wholly entrusted. The public inter
eat In this case Is superior to all others,
and the majority memocrs of the com
mittee should have no personal financial
Th resolution specifically state th
8enate Committee on Finance and the
House Committee on Banking and cur
rency have membership mostly made
up of bankers, lawyar and "controlled
by thoae directly, personally and finan
cially Interested In that class of legis
lation" and that "to a greater or les
extent many other Senators and Rep
resentatives are similarly Interested."
The first witness at the Money Trust
Inquiry to-day waa William W. Cloud.
President of the Slate Dank of Mary
land. Mr. Cloud aald his bank
had applied for clearing house privilcg.a
but had been refused because it a-aa not
a member of the Baltimore Clearing
House, but desired to clear through an
other bank that waa.
"Does the Baltimore Clearing House
prescribe rulee which prevent a bank
making it own prlc for exchange on
out-of-town check?" naked Mr. Unter
"Yes. It amounts to that," answered
UNTERMYER ASKS ABOUT
"But that la tbrottllns competition,
"Well, I wouldn't say throttling." said
John R. Bland, President of the Uni
ted States Fidelity and Guaranty Com
pany, followed Mr. Cloud on the tun '.
Mr. Uland said hi company nao eougn
DEAD IN COTTAGE
WITH A WOMAN HE
rfaafal aW ttt '
ALMOST BESIDE HIMSELF
WITH ITCHING AND BURNING OP
ECZEMA FOR U VEAMS. SAXO
SALVE HIS ONLY RELIEF.
Having been driven almost Irsntie
with itching, burning edema (or entli
teen years, gratitude for relief caused
Mr. Henry Howden of Litchfield, N. Y.
to writ this letter for Ihe benrri
of other wbo auffer in the iarm
way He says: "1 have been I rouble
with eczema for the past eighteen
vears and have suffered a great dra
with such terrible itching and burn
ng that at time 1 have been almoti
beside myself. I have trie. I vnriou-
eczema remedies but none ol t licit
helped me. I saw Saxn -u've mlver
tiaed, so 1 bought a lube. Tat fir
application relieved the burning an
itching and now I want to tell yoti
aod .mui may ue this letter lor th
benefit of other that Saxo Sale
has brought me relief frum Kcsentn
after all other remedies have failed.
If you have eczema or any otbe
form of akin trouble, even though you
i may nave tried other ecaema reme
j die and failed to get relief, ae guar-
antic tfaxn Salve will benefit you or
give back your money.
Indications Point to Murder and Stores in New York and
o - Brooklyn and at alldruf
3uiLiue ny ioniraaor n
BWARTZWOOD LAKH, tf, J.. Dec. .
In separate rooms of a oottgae at
Nwartswood Lake near the outlet the
bodies of Ludnrlg Palmer, a South
orange contractor, and a woman about
forty fiVI year old whom he had two
day before Introduced as his wife
were found to-day.
There are many Indications that
Palmer had murdered the woman who
has not yet lieen Identilli-d and had then
wu'.keil Into the next room and killed
himself. Palmer and lls companion had
evidently been kd for twenty-four
hours. Palmer was about forty-five
years old and had a wife and six chil
dren living In South Orange.
itorti where this blue
and white sign tt
t'fWirM4''M I ' I '4'$4
Sir Herbert Beerbuhm Tree of III Ma
jesty' Then. re, London, began hi flrat
visit to Ihe Unite, l Btates in sixteen
years to-day, when he arrived on the
unarder Caronla. Sir Herbert explains
that for the first time in many year t
..etc is a oiay running si ma yiesuu
without needing him lu Its caai, and so
successfully that he haa been able to
-i"t away for uearl a month. He will
remain here at the Rlt Carlton for
The British actor-manager Is here for
he purpoac of coneuitlng with the
directors of the Century Theatre, form
erly the New Theatre. It Is said that
Sir Beerbohm Tree will assume charge
f the Ontury next season.
ACCIDENT NOT A MURDER.
InvestlKiitlon by Detectives Flynn und
I Brooker of v apt. Price's Bronx staff.
d -i I this afternoon of what had
loomed up In the morning as a m urder
mystery. It was the case of a man
found dead In a dry cesspool In flhcrl
dan avenue, near One Hundred nnd
The man, name unknown, was Identi
fied aa g watt hman who had been guard
ing; some contractor's supplies on a
vacant lot n block away.
Coroner's Physician Itlgelman reported
to Coroner llealy that the man had
been slescd with a hemorrhage and was
walking for assistance through a vacant
lot when he fell into the abandoned
cosspool and cut his head on a drain
pipe. The unldentifkd principal In the
tragedy waa found to have been poor
IDEAL XMAS GIFTS!
A wV,T .!,ne. If the
e inu nreeui ll.
a in. in.
- t vva-c
and leal Hack.
lor Men sad Women.
Oa Hal Meal Aa-
11 Tee ran't ret
"Wturni Her" writ I
Itntl llroadwe. N. Y.
In Khan Aeala We will aemt jeu the
Instantli. nam of ntereat Jsalar '
a-er being made by the Clearing Houc
to "take oare" of t'.ie trust oompanles.
"As a result ol the agitation of tola
.-ommlttee your object has been accom
plished?" ut!geted Mr. Untermyer.
"Well, I could not ay as to that."
Eugene Levering. President of the Na
tional Bank of Commerce of Baltimore,
and Chairman of the Clearing House
elxecueive Committee, produced the con
stitution and rules of the Baltimore
Waldo Newcomer, manager of the
Baltimore Clcurln House, under quea
tloning by Mr. Untermyer explained
that the clrarins house had decided
that no more hanks were to bo admitted
to clearing house privileges without ub
mlttliui to the rules ol the clearing
"If they were thus admitted,'' he snld,
"Uhey mlstht proceed by uneonervatlve
method to cut rates of exohange."
for Christ rt ,s Prauit. jUKt urdcr from juuf amr
S Mt dMUf r I iitjimug 10
ao. botuta ol g -ni ata
For Friends or Family
Brimful of goad health, good cheer and
good fenowshlo. injuved Iit every one.
VOI'll liHOCKn "II DBA LIU
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK.
Per 10c Bottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
VOt WH.l. SAY SO VOI HSBLF
UNOrKltS M I.I. IT.
E. Pritclisrd. Atseer. Ill -primt St.. N. V
SV 'a rt , T heuul
In rain to secure tne privilege oi ewsanna
out of town oheck through lis bankj
of depolt, which were member of the
association ur to secure full member
ship In the association, bit: within the
last few weeks, nowever, ne naa Deen
given to understand that arrangement-
Acts directly and peculiarly
on the blood ; purifies .enriches
and revitalises it, and in this
way builds up the whole sys
tem. Take it. Get it today.
In usual liquid lorm or in tb tablet
known a Sareataha.
Your Boy's Christmas
lilt aa sditeatlra electric tiW. 1
Ttollcrs. Stations. Tunnels, Ac. Insist oaf
Lionel Electric Toys
taUaatttl of tnS W'-tM for 14 UH
V)H t lMdhf t-iy. V i"nriii am
ni)plT stortt. Rrnd for u j-kiet.
LIONEL MFC. CO.. DEPT.
3NI BltOAIIWAY, X. Y.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY PRICES
, Sravy Dastpresl Betyiaa Uaea Diaiik
Made to Order
( us iuu 1 ti to in ana pmmm tmmmmm,
UmkUd lo 1 v.. ni, J.1M1 of iu.ite.1s'. Writs or
lahone sol our riaTeaTDtatie will call w1U
AUTO COVER COMPANY
1 1 1790 Broadway (58thSt.) Phone )gOm
tliu. 2,' eat
.iimndtnd Jcwelrr tb(H.I 1 Ketailr'ricsl
On new rataloao Nn. Ot affSTI n
faatiom for the hulldajs. Kterrthlni la "tesat.
and jeselrr fulljr illuatratsd, aB41U
BENNETT Mi-'G. CO.,
175 Broadway, Upstairs
oaar rortlindt. Tel. .v.S t:ortlandt. Cauk. ISia
llafetsnre. Ann National Baali, Nw Jfart.
PERRI -WALLA TEA
FRANCIS H. LE6GETT & COHReVHV
A thimble will
for a cop; it's ao strong.
ESTABUHHBIJ IN ISfll
M.mufai turar of High Orail
Uraad. I prlsht aad Merer rtaaea
4 EAST 42D Sf.
Wait Roee Coffee, Rick mi fare
Htu. Ioi.ru and I tlllilren.
aXs4s"ia rJ detail
390 tletth Ave. 24-26 t.
SPECIAL for this MONDAY
EVERTON TOFFEE 1 25c a -a
value elsewhero. I 1 Jg
SPECIAL lor this TUESDAY
PEANLT CREAM KISS
ES: 25c value ele where.
OFFERING FOR THIS MONDAY AND TUESDAY 6 lb.
VERY HIGH GRADE BONBONS, CHOC- $2.00
0LATES AND FRUITS chocolates - 40 kinds BOX
SPECIAL OFFER TO SUNDAY SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, INSTITUTIONS, FAIRS, ETC.
COMMIUEES GLADLY WAITED 01 EV1 1H0UGH lOf REAOY TO P jHCHASE.
Why use Dipirtment Slore Candy when you cm get Loft's Pure and
Fresh made hourlvf
ara av POUNDS OF "METROPOLITAN" MIXTURE,
Xli ABS0LUTEI.Y PURL, WHOLESOME CANDY,
w AND 60 HALF-POUND BOXES, FOR
Q f POUNDS OF OLD FASHION CLEAR CANDY
OU AND 60 HALF-POUND BOXES, FOR
POUNDSOF "MANHATTAN MIXED" C0N
OsTl SISTING OF CHOCOLATLS, CARAMELS,
saiU CREAMS AND 20 OTHER KINDS, AND 60
HALF-POUND BOXES, FOR
54 BARCLAY STREET
Cor. West Broadway
2t CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Churcb Street
Park Row A Naaaau Stroot
At City Hall farlc
Th ciMelftod weUhl la each leslaaf
Cor Fultoo Street
147 NASSAU STREET
Bet. Bcekaaao Ii Spruce SU.
ZM W. lXith STREET
Juit Kast of Btb Ave.
for tbc pains which
aalr women know
pain I found la
I former. Try Iham and you will uever be
All Drugsjlata Soli
MdiAO bretthiiitr eav. r,et zla or
tubo ol KODdon 'a, (. o'iif;n .laml gonulna 1
(irrUAl Jnliy.fr'ita a-i j MtSfVWt Ho Iff It fOAtlv
u 1 1 trier ujv inn Bi.il e aa tiuw iui' - , a 1 J y i caaaaaailj
It SOU h .--it. r J hMia, Stoi s f.bMrflSa.1 dll
C t f ) r i'i .o-r U'O .. . -t Ol f!rt I..
11 r L-uiuis, 1 -nri: 11 vt,
mr. s cviv;riiuj f ,u v mm
ti.mot. catsi ru or tbs slouyeCaa ui nrtr.
RHitjns,, sic. ftample iros,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
OLIVE riLI.KUH, ,;!, a. e,l III ii
utace work. Apulr lo Ooruaa t 1U
oe) i.rrsBwioa si.
g x imV4 01 M fwajB . iBE W 5S0 m
V . SI. I'm. I iiiini I'laar btaraa raaaiiiaa
OUltoe. II W. lth at. rwaaaaa
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS