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1A jlVlllLAAi W 0Lflt BA l lBDAT,, JAW UAET 4, 1918.
f DODGES DEPUTIES
Pltjo Committee Wants Mcin
tosh to Tell About $100,
l 000,000 Copper Deal.
of a Series
Copyright, W3. y Th Prose Publishing Co. tTbs Nn Tork World).
The Self-Supporting Modern Woman
'Accepts Service Through His
Attorney, but a Plea of
7 Illness Is Made,
Compared With the Young Man of To-Day
KoekaMtar wffl vtstt KM-
oa Ju, u If th Puto Comrnit-
upon Iila pi m there
lo a eaupoena. eerwtoe of which
Mf peaspted rKi4tr T Mr. Rookofel.
SJhrV BBnnesI, John srvr. Th aotton
aa-She eaawmrtttee In reepoot of 1 nattdtf i
SgMa the personal at tendance of Mr.
JkaakafaMar wffl ba guMed ty the roport
AT phyelrtane who will be delegated to
iiilna Mr. ItocaMdoUoT
As the Bsoulug World esxwuslvely n
ounoad yesterday. Mr. Roohefeller rta
M right bar In Now Tork during
Via olora of tho prooMw aarvora of the
"When the Men Wake to
Their Ignorance We Will
Have Some Happy Com -panionships
Real Marriages," Writes
"A Bachelor Girl' Who
Contends That Her Sex
Is the Superior One.
A Young Woman Attrib-
urea unnappmass in
Marriage to a Supposed
Intellectual Divorce Be
tween the American j
Man and the American
Girl, Incidentally Scor
ing the Sterner Sex,
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
"While seir-anpportlrjc young women employ their lelaure In attend
Moose of Representatives. He waa 1 n( interest Inn lectures on politics, hooka and the drama, young men of
the aame age prefer to ha amuied
by aome one running up and down a
raudevllle itage yelling 'I Know I'm
In a rery interesting letter which
appears to-day a young woman read
er of The Evening World attributes
unhapplness In marriage to a sup
posed intellectual dlTorce between
the American man and the American
woman. Her communication is one
sided and perhaps prejudiced, hut If
there Is such a wide divergence of
taate between young men and women
to-day the marriage of true minds
can never exist between them. And:
unless it does exist conjointly with
the more practical bond which is the
same in New Tork and in Otahelte,
a husband and wife are not vary apt
to find permanent happiness with
each other. Han la what this intel
ligent yonng woman haa to say for fear sex:
Dear Madam: I am employed in
one of the offices of a large corpora-
afther In hi own house at Fifty-Pom th
atreot and Fifth avenue or In the houae
eat his aoavta-Iaw. Marcethia Hartley
( Stodge, newt door. After Mr. Oarvar
t had arranged to aeeopt eervloe of the
t Mttpoetia yesterday afternoon Mr. Rock-
atelier sent Ma furllned overcoat out to
fee repaired. Where an elderly million -afve'a
fur Hned overcoat la In aevere
weather there will be found the elderly
'. Lrrren or rockefeller law-
YER ACCEPTING SERVICE.
Mr Oarver gar out to-day the letter
lie aent to Samuel I'ntermyer aoreptlng
i aervlce for Mr Roakefeller The letter
a Madison avenue. Jan. 1
Samuel TJntermyer, Esq . Counsel to
Teer.1r: On behalf of Mr. Will
iam Rockefeller I hereby accept aer
vlce of a aubpoena for the 13th In
stant with the eime force and ef
fect If the subpoena had been
' aerved personally upon Mr. Rootte
; feller. Teura very truly,
' It win be noted that Mr. Oarver aaltf
' nothing In tile letter about Mr. Rocko
. teller's Illness. It will be represented
to. the Puio committee that Mr. Roeko
teUer la vary 1U, physicians' certifies!
So that eCeet win be submitted and an
i acre em nt will be reached by which
physicians authorised by the committee
Mil efcalrda Mr. Rockefeller and re
port on hla condition. If Mr. Rocfee
. feller Is unable to apeak he may be
ailed as a wltneaa only to Identify
Tho hTvenmg World learned to-day
that the Pujo committee doe not want
Mr. Rockefeller to testify to a deal In
i opper stocks put through In 157 In
partneretdp with H. H. (Infers, out
to a much lerges deal In Amalgamated
Copper put through In 1WK1. which net
ted the promoters between W.uuOiUOO and
IWo.OOS.OOO profit. Associated with Mr.
Rockefeller in this deal were H H.
Rog. i. now dead. Thomas If, Law ion
and Albert Burrnge, a Boston multt
mill onalra of retiring habile who haa
managed to keep hlmelf out of public
notice to a great extent.
" Mr. bawaon and Mr. Burrage will h.
milled aa w4tneitsa In the Inveetlga
iron of this dTal if Mr. Burrage can be
i earned by a subpoena. Process servers
have been unable to find him thus far.
t sTCRETARV TO ROCKEFELLER
' HAS ALSO DISAPPEARED.
Nor have aubpoena servers been able
la Bud persons who were Ideiituled with
' the promoters of the extremely protti-
' able manipulations In or le
. hunraje cagtaaitle. Mr. Booh feller1! prl
tale secretary, a man named lllniosh.
alioa attendance a- a witness has been
dek-lred by the Ptljo Commit! has dis
uppuared. leaving net th- slightest trace
nf his whereabouts.
Miss Harrison, tha upablr and striking
piivate secretaiy to H, Itogeia, who
enjoyed t he distinction or being probably
tiir higheat paid female SMptei ee In the
world, was Mr. Rogers's tight hand In
asm -Jl asv
S3, gjjTwm sari
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Many Offices Have None and Body, With Many Pocketknire
(iovernment Printers Will , Wounds, Found in
Work Sunday to Catvh Up.
in a Lot.
WVflHINOTON. Jan. 4. -The Oovern- In a lot at the corner of llu, and
, inent la ewamped by the popular re- Columbia etreete. In the Mleepv Hollow
sponee to the parcel post Four days,'"' "on or twooniyn. the body of sjajs
MM of the new system has resulted . mum eraee. a burplar. was found at
I N IV OLA OPCELEV-SMITM
tlon and I cottie In dally contact with
both men and women. I also have
a large acquaintance with young
women. I have yet to And one of the
type described by "Bachelor" aa
oaring only for Jewels and olothss.
They are one and all sound, healthy,
lovable glrla that any man would be
proud of. In at least a belt doaen
caaes they are the eole support or
contribute Jointly with soma alater or
brother, to the support of their
mother. The girls practically do the
housework of the nome. because of
the 111 health or the mothers, and yet
they are earning salarlea from Hi to
tX a week downtown. They drera
neatly and well, and are saving a
little for a rainy day. They are all
making public all the detalla of thla
manipulation la to aid. if possible, the
Dasaage of a law ln h will enforce
publicity relative to le profits of the
promoters of all Incorporations and
consolidations The Pu.lo CNjmnrlttee
believes that the aecrecy poaalMp under
the rulea of the Htock Exchange naa
encouraged promotion achemea In which
the public has been bled and that pub
licity In relation to ail euch ttineac
tlons would do away with manipulations
auch aa that which enabled Mr. Rocke
feller, Mr. Hurrage, Mr. Union and
Mr. Rogers to clean up between 20,0O0,
S0 nnd ftf.on,OM upJe e in a few months.
Another illustration of the enormous
profits pirelble In schemes of promo
tion him already been revealed by the
Pujo Committee in the caae of tTall-
good -looking earns handsome look
ing women (but entirely unconscious
of It) averaging In age from tweaty
When I eee a aWy, frproloue un
womanly woman "capturing" a
good man by maaaa too contempti
ble even to be considered by a true
woman. It makes my blood boll and
I wond.r whether there la a mm In
this world with a backbone. The
trouble lies In the fact that woman
on an average when she uses her
brain at all Is at leaat ten ysara
a bead of the average man. There
tore a girl of thia type at twenty can
certainly nave nothing In common
with the shallow brained "youths"
of twenty and twanty-nve who never
see any deeper than the scandal
headlines of a sensational newspaper
and wboae cnlet source of conversa
tion, as fsequently overheard In the
cars la what tne "old man" auld for
getl.ng In "ao early." or what the
boss aaid for getting at the office so
late. While self-supporting young
women employ their leisure In at
tending intereatlng lectures on
politics, drama, buokt, mualc, Ac.
ate., young men of the same age
would rather be amused by aome one
running up and down a vaudeville
a tags yelling "I Know 1 Am Craay,
but Everbody Tiles to Imitate Me,
Nevertheless. ' When the men wake
up to their Ignorance we nin have
aome happy companionships and
more real marriages.
A UACllKliUK GURU
IT IS THE WORKING GIRL WHO
MAKES THE SACRIFICE,
in ao far us this letter comment on
the devulion and the self-'ecrlnra of tne
- Mpu WOUL0 KATht. ATT6W0 A VAUDCVIllC
fornia. Petroleum. Three New York
banking firms sold the entire capital large, number of aelf-upport,ng W omen.
etix k of thla concern three and one- , ( ,;); t will be echoed by every man
half times during twenty-one days I Md 0M oShvaraaJrt With (gotl. TUs
MlUed at M.OM.OOO j a-ZlUlnt relatives. In the tv.rfcal
jacoo it. arnm iibf oeen aunpoenaoa i -
appear before the I'ujo I omnilttee. j poor family of to-day it Ik the sons who
tht deal OI lava, wnc nas uisappeaieu tvnut ine uwiu wmrww i ...
. . .. .h. r.rn e.s aaewara ni.ve hun Schlff la known only to the Chairman
in, able to And her. The same is true of
Mlaa Wataon, who waa Mr. Rogers's
private ethnographer in ime and at
tended to all the correspondence of the
Amalgamated Copper deal.
The fact that Thomas W, LgWgOt!
to he called In connection with this
deal in Amalxamaled is Interesting
It Is a deal in which ne Is said to have
.ha:id 111 the pfoAtl to liie extent of
per cent., tit he did BOl make any j
ulereme to It, according to the In
f .- nsnls of the Pujo Committee, th
i.,s '.'Vrengied Flnanos." it i reported
t tat Mr. Lawaon will be a reluctanl
i FOUR WHO ENGINEERED A
in iw: Mr. Roohsfelleri Mr Rogers,
Mr. Burrags an.i Mr. Lawaon wars In
, oiitroi of Amalgamated copper, the
capital StOCh Of which was $:..,'..
They took in tva othsi companies and
in.creaed toe capital Stock to llliiMBisaw '
By inanipula;:n of thS atock they 1
Heariol up foi Uismsslves between i
isoiino.oro and 1110,000,11110 tooordlng to.
the InforlUallOU Which bas beU handed ' t
and his lnvaetigstors.
MAY COME HERE TO
WASHtNQTONi Jn 4. Member f
the Mouse, particularly members of the
Banking aid Currency Committee,
bMVad ighs of relief tO-day when they
found that i' would not be ne ossary -o
exert the full authority of the House to
fone the serv.ee of S money Iniat In
quiry subpoena on William Itockefeller
The acceptance of service by the oil
marry early, the daughter who re
main ceilbate, that they may car for
the helpless old cm the helpless young.
Here and there of eouraa there are el
ample of self -aacrlflcl ng bachelorhood
due to that recognition of the prior
claims of an old mother or dependent
little bi others and slatera.
But when a young man wavara
between the sail of love and th
feeble proteet of age that Kara to
be abaadonsd be le geaerally not
long la making a choice. The ea
plaaatloa awlftty offered for his
defection Is that hla emotion are
strongs r tbaa taoee of the woman
who pats aslds psrsonal happiness
for the welfare of others.
Hill It may he only that hla sense of
breaoh. plunging into the fight
which come man baa run away, etepa
woman after woman to fight an un
equal batde, In which the Ineradicable
handicap of aex haa been augmented by
legal and political dleabllltlen.
The thoaaaada of aallbate work
ing woman la the Halted ate tea
aad taroagkoat the world are the
greatest proof aad tha gi sates t
triaamph of the spirit of Oajrletlaa
ity. elf-saerlBoe la not natural,
t it is aet rational, it la not eelea
1 tlflo. It la merely Carta ties, aad
of the Carta Man spirit of eeu
abaegattoa many a hombl work
lag womaa la tha tabormoele aad
But I cannot agree with "A Bachelor
CUrl" that our young women generally
are more developed mentally than out
young men. The self-supporting woman
belonga to a privileged, a select class.
To fled the feminine prototype of the
young man wboae taat in matters of
recreation and amusement la rudi
mentary and vulgar one must aeek her
at the moving picture abow or the
syrupy matinee. And, believe me. In
thousands she Is there!
A great many women And u difficult
to accept th fact that there la no
superior. t in merely going t ie lures
and coming an ay with a mind full or
the Intellectual ainall change on art or
polttlce or books. It la what yuu think
youiaelf not what you are able to say
that Browning or Htrlndbeig or tthaw
or Nletaiche thought thai marks the
kind and degree of your cultivation.
Mo long as mure men than women do
their own thlnkliik. ao long as more men
than women give that tlral gieat proof
of mental efficiency - the ability to make
a living It Is worse than foolish to
assert the superior cultivation of a aex
-till largely parasitic.
THE KIND OF WOMAN WHO MAV
SNEER AT MEN.
The average man to-day a a special
ist at making a living. He haa to be.
I'nqueatlonably he ought to read more
and know more But unless the woman
who had read more and who know
more can put her knon ledge and hr
reading to practical account h I
criticising her better when ah anrs
at men. These ren.arks do not applv
to those of us who meet the practical
teats of life as successfully as men do
coneenuentl.v not to elf-supporting wom
en, but only to those who skip from
lecture to lecture, from author to
author, from reform to inform, with a
paraslto ae and apeed the so-called
superior Amerlcar women who And
their fellow-countrymen crude and un
worthy of their Intellectual companion
ate. When all la aald and done, the Ameri
can Is IhS only man north marrying
boagUSg be In tho only one who do
not believe that the accident of maa
OUHnlty carries with H an .Inalienable
superiority, a ho doea not take the vow
of for better or woise with a secret
faith In the divine right of liusbanda to
do a they pleaae.
BY QUART ON STAIRS
OF SIX-STORY HOUSE
But Flames Are Discovered by
Late-Comer Before They
In the vending of auch a tremendous
number of packages that th 101 -
Offlc Department Is saready unable to
i supply the demand for th dlettnetlv
parcels post stamps, without which euch
poekagae cannot be aent.
At She stamp evpprr divide of She
Post -Office Pepertmant to-dey It wa
said that hundreds of flags ein nod
been received from poot-oftleo thorufh
Svl th counti, reoii'estlng thst an ad
ditional supply of stamp e rtiehed to
New Tork offlc were advlaed to-day
' wire nearby oHIee for th lean of
enough etam.pt, to Ud them ovor.
That th laok of an adequate otamp
supply I aerlouirr bothering official
was Indicated when Dlreotor Joeept) K
Kaiph or the Bureeu of Kngravlnet and
Printing to-day arranged for the first
m In to hutorv of hi boreaii to
have hi entlr fore of stamp printer
work all day to-morrow. Bundny.
We started off with about l.aM.Oon
stamps a day," lis said, ' within a dav
or ao. w tied to increase it to 7, eon, too
This forces m to work my stoam-preas
at amp ptvntera night and day. To
eupplv th demand and alen to build
up s reserve aupplv w soon will bare to
print ie.nno.onn a day."
The American public ha ttkn hold
of the parcel post aytm so qulrkl.
and ngrly that th bulk of business
done the firet week Is so greet Hhst it Is
impossible :o-tay in get at any accu
rate flgtir aa to th number of par
cel aent. Poal-Office officials aald an
eatlmete would be ItrgmelM for avr.,l
day at lead Th etamp ealee. how
ever, indicate mllkon of ok
MRS. DE WOLF HOPPER.
ACTOR'S FOURTH WIFE,
ASKS DIVORCE DECREE
Co-respondent's Name Hidden,
Justice Scudder Keeping
Papers in Suit.
It o'clock this morning by Policeman
!tfla llavarlin of the Hamilton erena
station Th body lay fee upward,
with the arms outdrotched and the left
knee drawn up.
A deep gash, two Inohe long, had
set mod with a knife Jut above the
left . An arlory ha.' been severed
near th right wrlsi and the luguUr
vein w cut. th wound extending from
th left ld f th nook to th has of
the skull, where a pocket clasp-knlfs had
bti Muck Into the body nearly up to
The body was removed to the Ham
ilton avenos station snd there Ietec
tlvea Maally and Manning Identified It
burglar waa la htiva taaaai Mw N a
dlaeevered that ate aa
Manning erreated the
111 He waa then charged
worked a graft gam aatoag I
men with th aid of an Ragles'
oln. He wa given i
tenc for wearing the pin la
section CMS of the Penal Law.
on r:e s body waa found
awl which had been turned tot mm Xf
at the end. oreeumebly for the
of dinning bck window oalchoo.
pslr ,.f llk glove. The deteellT be
Heve thai Hi glove were ua
frnger prints In the burglar'a I
A letter from Qeraee's mother.
at Palermo, Italy, was alas found. Th
letter ststed thst the msn s ts
wer sick and that there
need of money at hams. Oereeew ad
dresa was No. in cotunsM street, waa.
where ha was killed. Merlrsnl. has gal
io lived at thla addreaa when a aw
BARRED FROM COUNTRY ,
MYLIUS APPEALS TO N
Secretary of Qjrrrmerce and
Constclers Case of Writer
victeJ of Libelling Kin
VCAaMINOTON. Jan . D IPd
Kins Oeorge a crime Involving an
turpitude'' shiob Is tha quoetlesi
sorbing the attention of fbgd
Nagel. who I o-day received ate ap
for admission to in l.'nlted Btatw,
Kdward T. Ifyllus. the Rngllgh t
nallst, t trealened lth deportation 1
New York hwauar he w, eowvrttM
In Fuiglsnd of criminal llbd of stkii
I'nunsel for Melius In nn of th
longes: lulefs ever submitted to
ss tnst or th burglar I h slain man Department of Tommeroe and taabo.
waa twAty-dghl yeara old. nve feel i , immigration ceaa, maintain ehei
svn inch m height and weighed im hla offense was political and In no asas
pound The detectives ssld Oerace I i I 'minal Melius served a year ll
had probi.bly been put to death bv hlsiP'I'on for erltlna a alnry that th
Several quarta of keroaene were used
by a firebug who sturted a biaae early
to-day In tha six-story apartment house
at No. ':.C West Hmy-flret street, crest
ing excitement for a short time among
the one hundred or more prone who
live In the hiilldlng.
James tVltherapoon. who has an un
dertaking shop on the ground floor and
a Bleeping room In the rear, went home
from a lodge meeting and found the
halla niled with smoke
In a waahroom on the third floor he
found a rapidly apreadlng fire I
vailed In Policeman llughea of lha Veil
Mlxty-lghth slice: station Together
they s i e. ded in putting It out without
endutl In an alarm.
Kveryliody In the house wa, arouaed
by the smoke and noloe, hut no one
took to the eeoapea or fled to the atreet.
When the laat spank was extinguished
the policeman made an Investigation and
found the stairs from the second floor to
i he third floor, tha balustrades, and tha
wall saturated with oil, whloh fortun
ately the Are had not had time to reacb
when It wa discovered.
The quantity used mud have required
a large receptacle, which the Incendiary
carried away with htm. .Vo one among
Ihe twenty-four famlll In the house
cm M give a reason why any one ahould
want to set fire lo the building, and all
denied receiving threatening letter.
Firemen from the near, at station were
called to guard the house until the Fir
Marshal makes an investigation,
pal In a quarrel over the spoils of
aom recent job.
About a year ago lanceai . S. rlvan!
a friend of the murdered msn. waa
slsln under almllar circumstances. Hla
body waa' found In a lot at New
t'trecht avenue and forty-third street
Seven knife wounds revealed Hie man- I
ner In which he waa arHlexl.
The perpetrator of this crime have'
never been discovered Hirpy Hollow. I
In Ih neighborhood of the scene of
Oeraca's murder, la populated by Hal- I
lana and Oerace waa well known there. I
Detective Meallv arrrated Ih man now I
dead three yeara ago on a charge of
lie we nharged wtlh ha'nK rohhed
th apartment of (llorhlno Murro. a har
bor, at No. 01 summit street A dia
mond stickpin aad other property be
longing to the barber waa found on Oer
ace. Juat before the trial of the alleged
King of Fu.kmiiU had contracted
morgana Hi marriage.
The American Immigration law la k
saarabls In It prohibition of Ihs satr:
into the United Stataa of any one con
vlcted Of or admitting a crime tnvelv
ing mors! turpitude Th Immlgratloi
Hpoclal Hoard of Inquiry at Kill M
and held that Myllua had been ear
1 IPted Of such a crime and ordered hi'
deportation. opinion Is divided la th.
Department of t'ommcce end Labor e.
to whether tile offense falle
the categoi) of moral turpitude
aafr racked la Teakere.
Safe era' kera broke open a aaf i
to. day In the atore of Michael
ateln. No, '"' Rlvrrdale avenue. To
and got In checks and casta. Tw
gold watches, two diamond pine aai
,everal other arlldea of tawdry wars
also taken llehlnd a barricade el
crates around the aafa the
Th motion of Mrs Ellen B.gen
Hopper for a dexrree of abaohile Ovorr
from He Wolf Hopper wss heard to-day
In the Supreme Court. Mlneola. Judlfl
Towneend H. Hcsalder reaerved his d
rlslon. The aotlon waa brought some
lima ago and th graated acrer was
maintained with regard to the proceed
Ing. Mr Hopper, throutih her attor
ney flamuel II Henabengar, secured per
inlaelon la Serve her husband by publi
cation en her aseurance that he could
not be reached personal
Mrs Hopper aaya that she waa macrlcl
to the ectnr Oi l. 2. IHS. In Kensington
l.o.iduu. and that there haa been SO
Issue Her attorney aald In court tfl-dav
that Hopper's nrleconduct occurred lsM
real In Mew York hT name of Ihe
no-reapondent could not be learned. ua
tire Hcndder taking Ihe papora Into his
personal keaplng. Mr Hopper waa not
ipreaented In coui-t. nor ha he fUed
an anewer to th anil
Thla Is the fourth time that the sing
Ina actor snd famous 'I'ssey at tne
Hat" has appeared aa a defendant In
the divorce court His former wife.
Rang Wallace Hopper, divorced htm In
1S0H Mhe brought the suit In her
law make it poadtyle tn got a divorce
on other than the statutory growth!
of thla Stale Mdne Wallace wa mar
rled lo Hopper In 1911, Immediately
after hi previous wife. Ida Hoppar
divorced him. Ida named aa a eo
respondent a ohorua girl
The present Mrs Hopper waa Mia
Nellie Bergen, forme- wife nt James
D Bergen, a weelrhv ghvss manufac
turer Mr Bergen married again, aa
did his wife. Hla seornid wife sued him
for a divorce, a did bis fled, end the
second named the flrat having born
again friend! v with the m-s huaband
franklin Simon & Co
M onday January 6th
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Parfait" Lingerie Underwear
French Hand-made Lingerie Underwear
Crepe de Chine Underwear
Night Gowns, Combinations, Chemises, PetfictMls.
Princess Slips, Corset Covers snd Drawers;
also Boudoir Gowns snd Caps
For prices aud particulars see Sunday papers.
FIFTH A VE, 37th and 38th Sts.
magnate obviated th necessity for
tlon by a meelii.it of the Money Trust duty Is less developed. I know of noth
Commlttes called ror to-day. Ing mot tlresomsly and bruUlly atupld
The eommlttaa Will OOnaldar hla plea than the celticism of the sdf-siipport-thai
he la too 111 to testify, and a sub- inc woman, hecwuse she 'take th
eommlttaa may be aent to his home to Psca and the work of man."
take his deposition. Bran th.it course M is not alone the InsUiK l of self-pre-
ue uppoceu oy me on niiiitonaire. .... - aw .-r..--uF-
,e will probably ask to he excused- "fllaf woman Though she Is usually
DEVOURED BY CANNIBALS.
I, HrallirrsA Irllsi, nl Natives lit
WTOHKti Australia, Jan 1. Buu-h-Srsd
by nativea in New ftUinSd waa the
fate of two planters named Jajue and
Hermann Weber, bi'othera They were
Twenty times good I
The pleasure contained
in this package of Fatimas
has made it the greatest
selling cigarette in the
country. The pleasure
of absolutely pure
upon b) rannilMtlH who -am 'rotn
unelcnlored raarlons N'n Iraf of
from fin nit itisc imy Information to the soreeu to nr-suppon oy oanoajpi n- (helr bodies have been found, and K Is
committee, npSPity, bauk of tall necessity Is Ihs ds believed that the-,- have been devoured
Teallmom already hafora the commit- ' reciion or aome nuscana or uther who i news was orouajni nere to-aay oy
oSkefsl ti with trail- g$"Jifrid obltK,n to OOlfty tMH
connvctfl Mr 1 1
to the Pujo Commutes, inaction, in copper Ul nWS and vn, and aw ww miaai i uuiie w luun
For ih BUipoees of the eoi IttSe Mr. the oommlttss may insist that hi tea- j NEARLY ALWAYS IT IS A MAN
Rockefcllor if b far the must lm tiiivony he given. WELCH! NG.
aortant witness. f. lo- was in charge! TUs "''"'" Will rsauma Its public . word back (f M4r), everv
R.I M. riaprlvat. starv. ate -r- VlXZ;" " " "
intoah, is aald to Have made the actual Mv f banking firm from Chlcefo, I WB0 n" w"lehw, f:,lhs' who has
entries. M llockefsller I needed 10 Bkiitpn and Other eltlas, Chairman Plljo 1 abandoned hla children or a brother
Idtntlft1 ""' i c ords 'or t ie pgpectg ti) Snd tb hearings hf Jan 16. who nnds th call of generalions-to-purposo
of substantiating, IhS facia of p- I ooine an rniMrtive tnat he leaves a
aha'des! as t- at aii-ged. Giva lha Childran All Thay Wanl. ""'"'' Sf iSi!-!
ffh purpoav of us I'ujo .wuwiiiit in kaa 0rtJi , oaufk LTiw. as. sm u. Adu. ,'"'t '9r Uenitlvc. And lata tat
friendly native, who stated that the
same tribe has been carrying on a cam
paign of butchery throughout the dla
'r1"t. A punitive expedition haa been
planned by the Oovernment.
Papuans, tha name given the Mack
Inhabltanta of New tlulnea. a Rrltlah
pnaaeaalon. under nbe role of the Aus
tralian v'mninonwetilth. are xuppnaed tn
be amendable u dLtplpllna, but aaoaa0B
ally an outbreak or cannibalism occure
gnd whites are NlauKlitered Tue more
ctVlllaad I'ap.in have wholesome
dread oi'th Ui.t an law.
Chats With Great Men
of the Civil War
Mrs. Pickett is the widow of Gen.
George E. Pickett, leader of the
immortal Gettysburg charge. She
was in the very heart of the Civil
War. Heroes who are now merely
deathless names were her close
Mrs. Pickett has written for the
Evening World one of the most re
markable series of articles ever
printed, comprising her memories
of the (Jivil War's great men.
Lincoln, Lee, Stonewall Jackson and a host of
other notables are vividly depicted in these article
and from a wholly new and intimate viewpoint.
Mrs. Pickett was affectionately termed 'The
Bride of the Confederacy." She has known nine
Presidents, and has won fame as one of the most
brilliant and interesting writers of the scenes in
which her soldier-husband bore so gallant a part.
"Chats With Great Met. of the Civil War,"
will begin in the Evening World. January 9.