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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912
I HAD
unburden his mind and talked rapidly so rapidly that the reporters had
difficulty in following him.
Two of the gunmen, he declared, got drunk and committed murder
when they had been instructed only to "throw scare into the gambler.
He had no idea, he declared, that there was to be any shooting. He
thought Rosenthal was to be bought off or scared off.
"Komi," Be uM, "kept ronnlnir lb runmra lnn a In how strong
Brrfcrr was, tilth te Idea of veltlae them keved bp to 'thron srorr'
lain Herajaa. The plaa wan to frigates Roaeathal so he would aot an
lo tnr J-.-..'.' "'ornfT. Kne did mf to the gunmen. 'Why vou ronld
rrnak Rosenthal aaj where ana Beet St ""old tlx It,' hut that dlda't
ran that they eheald rroak hiai. II ulninlv was meant to Impress oa
thrai that Meeker wai strung la the Poller Departaienl he ronld even
square murder."
WEBBER AD WIFE BOTH TALKATIVE NOW.
Webber and his wife, so reticent when they started for Havana two
weeks ago, simply bubbled over with conversation on their return. Both
talked at the same time.
"My husband," said Mrs. Webber, "is distressed in his mind. This
sea trip didn't do him miii.ii good. On the way down and back he
couldn't sleep. He spent night after night wandering from one of our
staterooms to another,
". try to cheer htm up all I can, telling him he couldn't do anything,
but what did he do. About the only way I can cheer him up la to aaaurn
him thi; Decker and the other four men are aure to get new trials."
"I think about that death house all the time," broke In Webber. "If
those men go to the chair It Is going to kill me the day they die. Sly only
hope In life now Is that they escape the death penalty. It's an awful thine
to think of sending five men to the death . hair."
Webber said he Is through with gambling. He Intends to go Into the
baainewa of manufacturing clothing In partnership with his brother. Hs
decent fear the vengeance of gangaters or gunmen.
"It you knew as much about those fellows aa I do." he sneered, "you'd
laugh your head off."
CALLS SAM SCHEPPS UNGRATEFUL PUP.
Webber was told that Ham gchepps, another of the Informers, had been
railing talea about rows between the Informers while they wero In West
Side Prison. Webber flared up.
"Why, that little dog Schepps," he eiclalmed. "He's an ungraterul pup.
Walla we were In prison I was the only one that had any money. I staked
Seheppe. My wife brought htm food. 8chepps got some money from his
lawyer, too. Ha didn't nead money In Jail, but what do you auppose he did?
. ueaked into my cell on one oocaalon and atole money from my clothes.
"Now, about the Rosenthal matter," Webbor went on, "it has cost mc
20,00ft But there would never have been any trouble llko what wo went
through If It hadn't been for that loose mouth, "Jack" Sullivan.
"Jack Sullivan's gabby mouth has been getting me Into trouble all my
liKh I've had to go to the front many a time for him becauao of hla lncllna
.,oii to talk. He talked ua all Into this trouble and then, to top It off, he
kikcJ himself into It, and I hope to Uod ha baa to stay In Jail until he rota.
"Herman Rosenthal wouldn't be daad and Becker and Lefty Louie'
u.d 'Whltey Lewis' and 'Oyp the Blood' and 'Dago Prank' wouldn't be in
the death house If It hadn't been for Jack Sullivan's meddlesomeness. Hul
ivan tried to carry water on both k boulders.
CALLS SULLIVAN A TALE BEARER.
"He carried talea from Rosenthal to Becker and from Becker to Roaen
aal Ha would run to Becker and tell him what Rosenthal said or what
ir aald Rosenthal said, and then he would run to Rosenthal with what hi
Id Becker aald. Ha carried Ilea and trouble back and forth day after day
"If It hadn't beea for 'Jack Sullivan and his gabby month,
IH tall yoa what would have happened. Rosenthal would have
goae to the Illstrirt. Attorney and made his statement. He would
have had enough evidence to convict Becker of betas; a grafter and
Beaker would have been dropped from the police force. That
weald have eaded It alL ft It hada't beea for Sullivan's tale.
carrying Becker weald never hare kaown what was la Ko.entbal".
mind.
"Now I want to say that there never was any Intention to kill Herman
itosenthal. The Idea waa to buy him off or scare him away. But Sullivan
ept butting In. Efen on the night when Roaenthal waa killed ha butted
nto Becker at the prise tight at Madison Square Garden. He wanted to
'.'ave his mouth in everything.
"Becker waa afraid of the effect on hla chances aa a policeman If
jloaenthai would go la toe District-Attorney. Beckor know that a lot of
people were sore on him. He wanted Rosenthal bribed off or acared off.
Be would come to ma and ask me what I waa doing about It.
ft would, U him everything waa going on all right. I never had any
thing to do with getting the gunmen. Rose did that. Becker used to go to
Rose and ask him what was being done about Rosenthal. Becker used to tell
mom now strong ne waa In the Department, and Roae believing what " ""'""i Om Hundred, and Twenty-
gat away with it. But nothing was aald to me about killing Rosenthal. I ordered Vallen, Webber and Rose to
"The fact Is, a couple of these kids got drunk and shot Rosenthal kl" ",M" "Ul;l1 Durfag Mis course of
teat ilium tiiey attempted to oorrob.
MAPS "JOHN THE BARBER" TOO. -orate aaoh ether, but in the event
, . u j ' it appeared there was u eonlltet in their
I waant at the Metro pole at the time of the murder, and 'John hhttk6snewtt that neither oould reoonolls,
Barber" didn't see me running away, 'John the Barber' was snr nl mm aJ u,u m"J" " "PP""r l,ml "n" or ,ne
, . . ... . ,,.... "l ,,,B ae cither wnj, sheen l tur g moment
cause 1 tipped off a friend of mine who had been trlmtuod In a gatuo In! SULLIVAN'S REFUSAL SPOILED
John the Barber's' place. I could have shown. If necessary, that John the! PLOT, HE SAYS.
Barber was In a Chinese restaurant
da Rnsenthal mas WUId
"When 1 waa arrested I meant to keep quiet. 1 had no Intention of
telling anything I knew. I stood pat until tho morning of the day Jack
Hose made his confession.
0i the morning at that day I sent my wife to Mai D. Nteuei-,
office with IKLUOtt. She gave him the money la his office, aot on
the street, aa the aewspapers said at the time."
"That's right," chimed la Mrs. Webber. -I gave Mr. Nteuer
10.000 In his ofliee."
"Well. " Webber went on, "after I had paid out that 110.000 the next
thing I knew Jack Rose bad confessed. What could I dot I had to cat
in line." lo B"
Webber repeated that his experience had cost him 120.000 This In
oluded. he said, the $1,000 he gave Jack Rose to give to tho gunmen as
'getaway money."
Will Free Becker, Say Counsel;
Declare Him "American Drey fus
Joaeph Shay, counsel for Becker
Webber's statement confirmed evldeuce hu had been gatheriug ever sluoe
tte came Into the case.
"If the men o whom Webber made this statement will go before Justice
doff an J tcsllfy to it under oath," he said, "it will be ground enough for
Jusiito Uoff to order a uew trial in connection with corroborative evidence
Which 1 have gathered.
"I have been working along that line. I have evidence to show that
tnere was not a murder plot In so far as Becker is concerned. This state
ment of Webber is the most important corroboration I could possibly ob
tain. If there was no contract In advance to commit murder Decker was
Ifrongfully convicted."
I i. .1..- reviewed every bit of ths
testimony given In the rase of Lieut.
Becker, and I tin J that there uas an
undi rrurrent of effort to tell the truth.
By this I mean that 'brldgle' Webber,
SjCgltMA CI KEU IR III TO SO DAYS.
The I aMsOeuie i l. .0.1 list Muesl. St.
u, no., suuaxsuireri of lataiue Itrouo
aloe, liar a new tad wcoderful .ti .,,,r..
DVE'H a N WIU CUTIS, uliicl, llin susrss.
tw ruts sal rast of El'illiiu oo oullsr of
sat Msoaias, la 10 Ui so si.t sill re-
PBJSXU II II I SOS. USOII H S Hl'Slgl
K I. lasrfei'Uj tleu sad oass oat suds. B '
srucriit hsss't It. sh as lot. lu peetass ,
sad It out ke ssat ay sjea.-Adrl.
TO SQUEAL WHEN ROSE DID,
until 3 o'clock in the mnmin. ..
In his uppeal for a new trlul said
Jsck Hose snd Harry Vallon did not
wish to poof as murderers, but that
tney had to do so In order u a fiord
themselves un escape from the charge
of murder In the flint degree
FINDS DENIAL OF MURDER PLOT
IN INFORMERS' STORIES.
" In the course of testimony Jack Hose
Itosenthal killed Ag.lT . he .w ore !
that he did not transmit the command.,
advice or dlrertlnn to have Hoaenthal
kM- " swois that Ut-dld rni plan
Widow Who Would Free Slayer
Of Her, Husband, and Her Child
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AWL fl J. 'aaaaal
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1 H' mW . I W,hrr'i a family of the 1 1
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the murder, and the Inference was that
Wehoer did the pliinnlna. It . would
Indicate that he was a guilty-Innocent
atan.
"In Webber's testimony he swore
tliat he was not at the Garden res
taurant at the time It was IWOrW that
the murder f llosenlhnl waa first in
tended. He ulan swore that he did not
direct anyone to kill itosenthal and that,
directly or Indite, -Uy, In' did no! do to,
Wo Intend t, show there never o.
"Vaiion went to set a otgar white talk-
with tlMker, he sorc and Hose
and Vallon awore that Webber and
llecket stepped selde and talked to earn
other privately. And We .tier anil Val
lon swore that Itoae and Meeker stSpUed
eeMo for ttie eemi parwoes, itoae uinne
wore thin Seeker and vallon were talk.
Ins together before even he came on the
scene.
"Another arrangement In the tcell-
mony occuriiul when tlo v hiih-IiI to
allow that In-cker met them
few
Iiouih after the murder originally
lin y iiiu'iuiimj to nave .- 1 1 : , t
ori-obiirate them, so they aiud he wus
there Later, when Sullivan reruaed 1
to eerroborats them, Insy ien htm inl"meuai and itose, Webber, vaiion
the group before Meeker WSJ VUPpOSSd I and Hchepps Implicated Meeker for the
to arrive, but when the perjured testl-' purpose of relieving themselves of crlml-
mony ooneernlna Meeker meeting . liability.
and hlw statement WUS arranged, they
simply Injected a new figure Into the
scene III the person of a man named
Mimic This man Multle, wan sup-
iM.sed to Dome along .lust at thut mo
mebt und I ike Hulltv.'i, sway with him.
"It Is admitted by Rose. Vullon,
geheppe and Webber that the four so-
I'alled gunmen never knew Hernial:
Rosenthal. nnr had they ever see . him
In tludr lives. The night th-y are nl
1, :ed to have met at Mi l tel.. Webber's,
If the Htor) as testified to hi Hoso,
Webber, Vellon and sV hepi w is true,
there Is n link rtlloglng. It has t Ot
been shown who Identified Rosenthal
to l.efty LoulB, Whltey Lewis. Dago
Prank and Oyp the Blood,
Hose swore that nfter all were con
gregated at Webber's poker room. Just
Bridgie Webber's Sworn Story
Before Jury in Becker Trial
H'h'ti called an a latte'l uitnrtt at the tiial of Lieut. Urtker,
'fridgit' VTeltor raee the following tetimanu.
Kid you ever talk to Hecker about I sChOPPS told ma I was wanted there I
i
I
Q
Itosenthal' A. Yea. at One lluiulr, 1
I "J Twentyleurta itreet and aeventll
I airiim. in iiie lain r p. in in June, ju a
Itose anil Harry Vallon were thee.
W"y ""' 0U A 8ttm
ties ( nn.-r. U'iil .',, !
j Ki Uom r Bsegs LhoK. iTaglsasl ll
. . . . .
STEUER DENIED ON OATH
BEING WEBBER'S LAWYER
Max Bteuer, In th Ekrlanger trial,
was ukid: "You were further re
ferred to by Mr. Krlanerer as "Brtdg.
I Webber'a lawyer.' la he your
client?" lie answered: "He Is not,
waa not and never tiu been. Mar
ford 1'. Marshall, who was with Mr.
Jerome when he was District-Attorney,
waa his oounsel throughout the
lunmtn'i affair. 1 waa called In by
Vrhnr'i family, a family of the
hlghent reputaMIHy, and my repeated
declaration o them, and to him. was
that the only baals upon which I
OOUld have anything to do wlih his
affairs .n that he should tell the
satire truth. District-Attorney Whit
man ha said to ne, a a result of
thla, that the public service l.m rn
lered was second to none."
before the killing, Webber went out
and came hack and aald Itosenthal waa
around at the Mrtrnpole, and that
everybody then left Webber's except
Meliepps snd himself. Webber testified
that when he made the announcement
about Rosenthal being at the Motro
pOle everybody went out except hlm
aetf, and that he remained behind Ave
minutes.
' Vallon teitlfled that everybody went
nut hut tliAt he remained behind fifteen
minutes. Hchepps corroborated Rose
In ethtr Words, from the testimony of
these four men they atayed behind and
only tin, alleged gunmen went out.
Shapiro swore he took only four men
with aim In the ear around to the
MstfO Pols, und none of them was Web
ber. Hose. Schepps or Vallon. Who
pointed out Herman Itosenthal?
Theae are only a few Instances of
conflict In the testimony of Rose,
Webber, SohepPS and Vallon. There
are hundreds of other conflicts on cru
cial points, all of which will be brought
out In the appeal proceedings, to show
LisuL Becker to be the American Drey
fus "
TRUTH WILL BE TOLD,
M'INTYRE DECLARES.
John F. Mctntyre, chief counsel for
Lieut. He ker, did not betray surprise
when he was told of the statement of
"Brtdgda" Webbaf that there was no
K thai murdur plot In which Uecker
wn" htterestert. Hs said he had been
expeeiing Some SU 'II llerelopillenl.
" Webber's statement," said Mr. Mr.
mtyre, ronnrms what I have said from
V sejuHnwngi rue wnon, case was a
"The day Is not fnr distant when the
i entire truth will be disclosed and the
State of New York will have witnessed
, i"e iiitisipiiiauie fact that an Innocent
man lies been convicted of murder In
the first danrer. Conditions will con
front the WFtisscutlon, when I get this
matter before the Court of Appeals,
tending to substantiate this fact.
"That Webber pructlcally admits he
committed perjury does not surprise me.
1 hops the oongrU nces of the other io
cnlled Informers will stir 'hem to tell
the trtit i now. I have doubts about
Itose. for ' e snore he had no conscience
an I bis or, science never pricked him;
but Vallon, I have been Informed, will
sooner or Inter admit he was In a
scheme to frame up Becker after the
arrest of himself. Hose and Webtier"
niet iiilnii, Hose and Decker ther.v
They en- tulMng, i stood listening
Hecker said. "We, I. tile la going
a long way. H0 ban seen McAdoo und
Is trying to BOO Waldo und the Mao
Now be Is after Whitman, if he ge;
to Whitman It s all on When la tin,
going to be croaked." tU no
99
called me eeide and said. "Brldg'e. hy
don't you spek to the boys and have
fiat croaked?" 1 ssld, "C..arle,
that's dangerous." lie snssered. "He's
Irving in tret to Whltmsn and that s
more dangerous. He must be '.-rosked
snd t il stand by the fellows who do It.
1 will protect them to tha tlmlt." 1
said, "All rlg.it, Charity, If that's the
way you fel we will do It." Then we
Separated and I returned to my poker
room.
SAID BECKER WAS QETTING IM
PATIENT OVER DELAY.
Un July lu Decker sailed me at m
home. It., ea'd be Wanted to see me,
and 1 met BUB at Fifteenth street and
Fourth avenue, In front of the DatM
Hquare Hotel. He said Hilda-. fit!
ale you doing about that Koson-
thal? Ha Is making trouble for mi
Why don't you have hUn croaked?" I
saJd: "Charley, that all being taken
care of. Yon ran expect to read It In
the papers any day.' Then t went
away.
w Whst were you doing about croak
ing Rosenthal? A. Nothing except talk
to Itose, to whom I had talked before.
I told him I had Just left Meeker and
that hs was very anxious to have ths
boys get on the .lob snd rrosk Rosen
thal. I told Rose I would help him and
he ssld he would see the wis and hsvs
theim kill Itosenthsl.
Q. Did you make any plans? A. Itose
said he would gt the gunmen and
bring them In my place. Then I was
to tlnd Itosenthal and they wers to do
the Job.
U Did you have any talk with
Becker the night of the Sam Tsui out
ing T A. Yes. e said. "Damn Itl get
on the Job."
Q. On July 16 did you meet Hose? A.
Yea. He came to my poker room at
4.80 o'clock and said Becker had told
him a mibpoena was out for four men
to go before Whltmsn to corroborate
the story Itosenthal was telling alfiut
Heakar. These men were "Dollar John,"
"Abe the Bebler." "Able" Hahle and
Rose. Hose said that Becker want. .1 me
to see those men. and I did. That night
I saw Hecker ami .lack Sullivan In .Mad
ison rquare Harden, but had no talk
with him. Tlien I went to my poker
room and met Sam Paul, "Dollar John,"
"Leftie Iule," "Whltle Lewis" and
"tlyp the Blood."
Uyp asked If I had seen Dago Frank
or Kose. I said no, hut Just at that
time Hope and Dago Frank came op. I
took them to my poker room, wnere I
ordered food for them. At 120 o'clock
In the morning Hose aisked me where
Itosenthal was. I put on my hst and
went to the Mrtropole. There I saw
Herman Koserithod. I ran back to my
poker room and told the fellows.
TELLS OF A FIFTH MAN HE DID
NOT KNOW.
Five of them left "La?fty oule,"
"Whltey Lewis." "Dago Frank," "Oyp
the Mood." and a fifth man. I do not
know who he was. I stayed there five
I minutes and tlssn walked to Broadway
I ami Forty-second street I stayed there
a few minutes and then went back to
my poker room. Later I walked back
to Broadway and Forty-fifth street and
stood there a few minutes. There I
heard that Herman Hoaenthal had been
killed man told me.
Webber tastined thst hs met Becker
in front of his poker room at 4 o'clock,
two hours after the murder. The tes
timony rsn:
"Becker come up from the corner of
81Ith avenue and arreted ma. He said.
'I congratulate you, Weboer; you have
done a good Job. Ths got
I what ho deserved." Then Becker spoke
; to Jack Boss and congratulated him."
Continuing, Webber recited:
! "Jank Rose said to Beckar. 'Whitman
I Is over at the station house snd has
tha auto number." Becker said, 'No,
they haven't got the right number. 1
saw the lylnif there, and I felt like
taking my knife and cutting out h'.s
tongue as a warning to future squeal
ers. Now, the only thing to do Is to
keep the fellows low. Tell thsm to get
out of town.
"Rose said he had no money. Becker
turned to me and said: "Brldgle. give
Jack a thousand dollars, and that will
make fifteen hundred dollars I o-.vo
you. Hay. fellows. I passed the Cadll-
lac In a machine about 1.9V and I told
my chauffeur Otto to go slow and If I
naa seen inai iiosenmai
I'd have stuck him up against a wall
snd took a shot at him and then have .
Otto open up and keep going.'
"I aald, "Charley, there a going to be 1
trounie. soiuiiig uoina. ne esiu- I
left Becker about 4.J0 In the morning."
GUNMEN'S COUNSEL
HOPEFUL NOW OF
REVERSING VERDICT.
Former Magistrate Charles O. P.
Wahls, counsel for the four convicted
gunmen, said:
"In view of tho Webber repudiation
of the murder plot there can be no
question that an application will be
made for a new trial for 'Lefty Louie,'
"Oyp." 'Wlilt.y' and Frank, so that the
Court may make a thorough Investiga
tion of this whole conspiracy. It is not
saying too much to add that all who
have been connected wfth the itosenthal
trial have felt that the whole truth
had not been told by nose. Webber.
Vallon and Hchepps. If Webber now
eomes forward to tell all the truth.
omits his uerlurv and frees himself!
from tho away of Jack Itose Justice win
b dons.
"I was up St Hlng Ring Friday and
ssw the boys. They renewed their pro
testations of Innocence to me and ure
confident of a reversal In tllelr cases.
I hud arraigned to tile my appeal next
week, but the Webber confeaslon of an
sffMcted conscience may niter our plans
m'.lrcly."
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SA YS 7EBBER
ROOSEVELT LEADS
Colonel Says Decision in Bull
Moose Case VVas Outrage
and Should Be Fought.
'HURTS WHOLE NATION"
One ot His Party Men Declares
the Court Should Be in
Prison Stripes.
un '.. rx 10. At the formal
opening of the Progressive party's con
ference here to-day Col. Roosevelt re- I
peated am emphasised his criticism Of
the act of the Supreme Court of Idaho
In i-ullns? Progressives electors innn the
ballet In rhe November election. Not to
have criticised the decision, for Which
several Boise editors wtm quoted the
Colonel's strictures have been cited for
ATTACK ON IDAHO
SUPREME COURT
ontempt, would have been cowardly, permit a body which Is not responsible
the Colon, asserted. to the people to have the final say as
"The Molae Capltos-News," said Col. ! to whether the people shall or shall not
Roosevelt, "wag the only paper that had ! In their laws do omplete social and In
the courage tn criticise the decision. I oustrlnl Justice.
hold that it wou4d have been cowardly . etrts of ths Olylas right of
not to h.ve crlH. deed .urn, an outrage..,,-
decree. The severest criticism the pape, (
contained, however, was in a telogram '
from me. j
"I did not make It half strong 1
enough; It was much worse than ths
ordinary bad decision. I hold that ths
decision was outrageous, and It waa
the duty of every honest oltisen to
protest against It and to dsaounos it
In the strongest terms.
"Now the CoUTt has cited Publisher
fjhafstan and other editors for ontempt.
Ths Court has It within its power, by
Inflicting a sufficiently heavy fine, to
ruin the only paper In Idaho with the
strength to hold out against It.
"PEOPLE SHOULD COMBAT THE
OUTRAGE."
"I advocate thut the Progressive party
pay any fine that may lie Inflicted, and
that we send the best lawyers Obtains
,ule to Idaho to fight the case and to
give It the widest puMiclty.
"The action of the Idaho Court Is net
only against the people of Idaho, hut
earalnot the whole citizenship of the
I'nltedV mates, and the people si, cul l Use
every effort to com.hst the nutrsge.
"It is to prevent just suoh outrages
t laat the Progressive party advocates
the recall of Judicial daoislOnS."
Col. Roosevelt concluded his address
amid tumultuous cheers In the midst
of which arose the cry "Let's hear
from ltsaho."
In response J. It. fllhson o' Caldwell.
In that State, arose und Inspired cheers
when he'satd: "The Supreme Court of
Iduho. Insteud of being In position t
cite editors for contempt should be
wearing stripes."
"You will be cited 'or contempt."
cried some one In the audience.
"That's all right.' answered the
'spesker; "I always aald that the fur of
a iack r,Ubtt should be substituted for
the ermine."
Cot, Roosevelt In ills address mnde It
----- .
P''n that the plans of the Pmgieaslv
Party do not contemplate making terms
with Oh Republican Parte a a party.
.r.. ..y in effect thut the new narty
had come to stay und expected even
tually to attract to its bunner the Pro
greaslves who still gave alleilunce to
tho Republican und Democratic OfgaBl
rations.
Boom i -
csl and national," remarked the Colonel,
,ae trust to events of I hs nettt
wo may trust to oenta or the next
year or two to develop our ablest and
I most resourceful men. and for every po-
I sit Ion the leader must be chosen, aot
In the lesst With reference to Ills own
desires, but solely with regard to the
needs OS the people, for the PrOgres-
slve psrty Is the servant of the people,
No man should come into this party
m fpsxtViNTY A iouNb iRoriTiy
SPECIAL for this TUESDAY
PEANUT CREAM KISS- -a v
ES3Se Value Eleewhor. I tlf
POUND BOX
OFFERING FOR THIS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 5-LB.
MANHATTAN MIXED CANDY for FAMILY USE, Q5c
batter than that sold by others at $1.00; our price BOX
SPECIAL OFFER TO SUNDAY SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, INSTITUTIONS, FAIRS, ETC.
COMMITTEES BL40LT WAITED ON EVEN THOUGH NOT REAuV 10 PUriCHASE
Why use Department Store Candy when you can get Luffs Pure and
Frh made hourly!
30
POUNDS of "METROPOLITAN" MIXTURE,
ABSOLUTELY PURE. W'HOLESOMF. CANDY
AND 10 HALF-POUND BOXES, FOR
POUNDS OF OLD FASHION CLEAR
CANDY AND W HALF-POUND BOXES,
FOR
30
POUNDS OF "MANHATTAN MIXED"
I MELS, CREAMS AND 20 OTHER KINDS,
a Kin ba hai F.pnimin roxps por
I'ark Mow. Cortland! snd lUSth Nt. .lores ripen KVKKV KVI'MNti until II o'elork.
" All our .is... eiieu NATlHIiiv KVKVIMi until e'elsea.
54 BARCLAY STREET
Cor. West Broadway
2t CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Church Street
Park Row ft Naseau Street
At City Hall Park
The .perilled welaut In earh
with the Idea 'hat he ran establish a
claim on It; he must be content with
tlie opportunity It offers for service and
for sacrlflee,"
DIVINE RIGHT IN JUDGES BAD
A8 IN KtNQS.
Progressives in Congress and In ths
State legislatures wore urged to get
together and push Progressive legisla
tion, but they were also counselled to
Support legislation that Would carry
out the principles of the new party
regardless of what party might Intro
duce It.
Mr. Roosevelt congratulated the
Progressive lenders on what hud been
accomplished In the short time alnce
the party was organised und gave
hope for the future. He did not refer
to the otiteoiup of the campaign, but
dwelt briefly on the action of the.
''hlcago convention and repeated much
that he had said In the past on the
"theft of delegates" and "bctrsyul of
the Republican party."
"Our people, and especially our
Progressive members." declared the
Colonel, "must ever keep In mind
that the Progressive parly is by
its platform committed to the doc
trine that these measures we advocate
are to become port of the law of the
land, provided we ran get the people
tn stand for them. If legislature, execu
tive or court stands In the wa' then In
the lawful and orderly fashion and
along the lines laid down In the N"i-
I tlonal Progressive platform, we Intend
I to see that the will of the people la
'carried nut: and that Judce. legislator
and executive officer alike do their
full part In thus carrying out the will
of the people.
No party whlrh denies to the people
the right to secure Jostles, as we Pro
gresslves propose, nhen the .Hurts In
terpret the Constitution so as to en-
throne Injustice, haa the r.ttlit to claim
credit for sincerity 111 any effort to
work for Industrial and social Justice.
Ail ,'!.., in, , Jl, . are lKl.,.a I ' nra
VJm...' ".e-eSS
Hgt of mint9 ana aootrls Is now
chiefly and powerfully uufield by ths
legal and flnanclel representatives of
prlrllsgs.
"We believe In the Constitution.
and fur that very reason we USBtemp
tunusly thrust aside the efforts of the
reactionaries to turn It Into a fetish
for the obstruction of Justice."
The Colonel dlgiessiHl from his set ad
dress to thank tlm-..- who hud contri
buted to the cimnulgn fund. "I wish.'
he H.'ild, "to C iink tho.- i,u n whn when
there uas no definite plan for 0 Itelnlnjj
finances so generously OaUH forward
with their subscriptions."
To give emphnsts to his remarks the
Colonel walked to the front of the plat
form nn.i pointed to Senator tlynn,
Genres W. Perkins. Prank A. Munse)
and Ci S. Bird. Calling each by name,
he continued: "t not only want to thank
you. hut to say that I have been hnppy
to ho associated with on. I want to
say that there have been ri,i more disin
terested Progress! vss than youreelvee.
Nobody will Over have to Investigate me
to learn that I knew of thine contribu
tions and wss very mm h obliged for
them."
This digression was greeted by cheers
LAWYER GJVElTcONTROL
0F CROCKER MILLIONS.
H.VN KRANCIiCO. DOO. 1" Mrs.
Malcolm Whitman, form.-rl: Miss Jennie
Croaker, hns exe -utiM a power of at
torney In ff.s r jf Hoary T, sco-t of this
City, giving hint complete control over
her le,eW,M properths. Mr and Mrs.
Whitman are now living t-mteirarlly In
New York.
Before her marriage. Scott, who Is an
attorney, had handled the affulrn of Miss
CrQgker and her tirothor. The purpose
of the document is to keep u II of the
California property under one manage
ment. Physicians Never Pre-
For Rheumatism, Sciatica or Neuritis
ll.il eierr siwd
leies mint kre.i abrrav
of thr lime. I
ivs (, UM t r.i.-ti. ,j
the llies of Ills pstlrnt L-snd niton at 'uio.iini
u ul'.iui us isisi , iiiiu;fiiii.-ii ,n- Hl.tntril
nij tt(p mis ihimnsns. ttiinr tv- nm uioft
successfiil In Ui IllstUWM of their .in,nu. r.
SBtlBOi SUOWI, bW-mnueS SBSUgS, IU I rl:-l i-
,ln(to ,.,, ,., ,iKorm..l I.- ihn use
, utiuutin. prorates! tU... icavuu,l hair Mood Uh
t. .,
nMsof fnss tLs mioSSim'al I
htkdaa and Is entirrly fie from SSfsbtlsl en i
"", ran,t e.rniin.ti.,-
rtMaWUs tmss. It nrerssS then, fr.ui reap at , '
t iiu Isatsatrai rat!i. Ii aj II a bos r
SraentsT-" '
I Trade Hurl., i
SPECIALfor thisWhUNES A ;
ASSORTED FRUIT -a v
ROCK) 25c Value Else- I Iff
where.
POUND BOX
$2.70
$3.30
$3.90
206 BROADWAY
Cor. l:ultoti St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Bet. BeckiTian & Spruce Sts.
266 W. 125t!i STREET
Just East of 8th Ave.
est
In.lam r Ineludes the rontslner.
PIMPLES RED, LARGE
AND DISFIGURING
So Ashamed Did Not Go Out. In
Night's Time Full of Them. Cured
by Cutlcura Soap and Ointment
2X7 Wstlrlos Pit.. Brooklyn. N. T.
"When I wss sixteen yoors of age I noticed
blockheads coming out on my face, then
pimples, all kinds. I
was so ashamed of my
self that I did not go
out of the house. In
fact I did not. want to
show myself to say
frlc'.cJs. Only the face
wss broken out and
some parts of the hips.
The pliuples were red.
Isrgo and dlsfUturtng.
Some come to a head
and some camn in !!
bumps, some were as larg" as n quarter
and they were BQatteffUd all over my f.ieo
tn blotches. In a night's SUBS my face was
so full of them thi t I could nut sleep oo
account of the itch.
"There was no cure. Medicines, salves,
pills, nothing helped, until I saw about the
Cutlcur Snap and Ointment in the paper.
I used them Just as directions Id me.
and to my astonishment I found a great
change, and alter a week or so I was curoC
My complexion Is rosy and smooth Instead
of oily, rough snd pimply as It used to be."
(Signed) Albert ii.ildi.e-. Jan. Bi 1V13.
For moro tlian a generation Cutlcura Boap
and ointment have in. n the favorites fir
the treatment of e'-zciuas. rashes, ffchinrs.
Irritations and other torturing, dliligurtng
humors of the iktn and scalp. Sold every
where. Sample of each mailed free, wltls
32-p. Skin Hook Address p.nt-card Cutl
cura. Hept. T. Boston."
aVTender-faciHl men should UM CuUcuiU
eUO Shaving fltleji 2.V PamvtofM,
Strictly Bona Fide Otter
No Schemes or Catches
We Willi
Send
You
aPiano
or
Player
Piano Free
Vou Don't Pay lor It I
until vou .ini tttllV sail.
Ille nlr, vou ;1t; ,t,
IBs i.eneflt f ur
lil that It I.
i we alie rial
Low Factory Price
OX F.AKY Tt.Hlm.
We do this tu OOtJTlaos yuu of the
superiority if wi-.si.ii I'ianus
nver many other niukea eld for
niiirh li I i i e r prleea. and we want
yrni to lie I he aula judfe of the
t'.aun YOU iuy.
Jesrr I'luter I'lann ai.llliin
H" I nrlaht. I ItJlT SB
i sea Ptaaes r.".. sini. ai"i u
bto.l. cniet. i'.i rT 1 1 r anil ahert
failSlC Irnr-.
We ssll direct "from Factory to
Home," Ulna saving jou ull middle
men's profits.
-i ml lor HSU Ull fUllf lllu.lrslrd Am.
Cululoaue II.
iVESER BROS. HtSSmm
tsi W. s:d St. (Near 6th Ave.)
lei. Chelsea 0114.
OPUN EVENINGS
i -as a
CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS
Diamonds, Watches
GOLD JEWELRY
l.arejt r-inciit. lunot i rlrei.
No BWpioytre M iiTrnreM Sr .3r
AM. aOODfi fit VHANTKtO.
i b.v ill H'ur t on.i-nitnri". 1
Otll, irt.. i if . Mafff ffnfflMflt, I
AMERICAN WATCH JiDIAMONO COL
6 MAIDEN UWEvSg?.y
Constipation
Vanishes Forever
Prompt Relief-Peraanent Care
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS never.
Isil. Purely veget
able set lureijr
but gently oa
the liver.
Stop after.
dinner
dutrss
cute inJi-
inon improve the complriion brightea
seyei. Saudi Pul, Saull Dsss, Small Price,
enaine uuinbru Signature '
Store
in America
Can
Undersell Us Ask about our Special
weekly offerings.
Finlfenbergls
Hi.nir. Completsl) furalsH.
S.E. ior.ia4th,3dAve..N.Y.
Sunday Work! Wants
Work; Monday Wonders.
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