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TBI EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY
MOg T Mntrte Jagmetty
lantlo Clljr thla afternoon.
Detr-tle-Srgt John J. Tali, who
ww. sent lo Atlantic t'tty yest-rilsy by
lveputy ComnHssloner lou.,erty. ap
peared at Mm. Meartn and idantKlwl
th priannar. Th warrant rhartad
him with twin a fugltlv from Jiistlr
on a rharae of lony.
glee entered a plra of not guilty and
waa Immediately taken hark to Jail.
Hit counaal. Rga-arn Newell, la awa.t
laB tha arrival of kiprme Cmirt ilia
tiff Kallarh to-night and will mk in
effort to evure an onter fri.m him fur
GOES TO TRIAL ON
! TWtt rit
litrier Mil ever tht vile chs-ee
that la hoid'ng ovar m hara." aall B.pp
r the Atlantic City Jail, "few ihtra it
.ibaoltltely no truth in It. I can tub
taatlata every word of testimony I gv
he fore tha Curran committee, and thai
feat ttay r trying to prevent I'm
oat taalr dlrly work, and whan I fat
baok I'll tall all I know and nonianody
will tat mora than they ara looking
lap eapresses in heller that tha poilra
nsre waa mada in tha hop that ha
would b kapt In Ngw Jaraay a month
or to awaiting axtradltlon. and that In
i ha moan tUaa tha poll. man ha aocussl
would hava baen triad, and that area If
brought back hara ha would ba ills
credited by raaaon of laa cbargra against
Map baa gteen tha namee. addresses
and records of ptraona ha aay ara blp
ng tha aolloa la "framing blm up; Ha
ld ha oould prova that two of tha com
platnanu bad been offered two hundred
dollar to put him In jail.
"I hava Information ttralght from a
man they triad to gat Into thla felony
deal a to who la framing thla thing up
a ma." ba want on. "I' bunked for
tar yaare with tha very official who
ar In on thla deal Why have they
waited all thla lima If I commit led thla
They thought they had ma a.-ared a
; wouldn't com back. Thay thought I
would Bgtit estradllfc.n. but iy didn't
know I bad laild Information on the
oeal. Mmabody will gat It pretty ripe
ban I gat baok."
Federal Court Here Must l)e.
cde His Liability Under the
Passing of the Horse Car in New Yorjc;
jULnnn-n-n-r.n i " .
One of the City 's Oldest Institutions
I a aa aw a m . aa. . was a a a -a Ikcciilcnt occurr.! I straight, and t
LUIUUM ILLLU HUM 1 1 11.1 III-U
IN 510.000,(XX D L: A I.
U. S. Supreme Court Decides
Cornering Is a Restraint of
BY FALL DOWN STEPS
Of THE ELEVATED ROAD
Leon Hirsch's Ntck Broken at
Seveniy-cund Street and Co
Leon Hire -h. member of the firm of
Joseph Hlrat'h S. n. o. alcra In cot
oa good at No. M West Twenty
mat etreet, waa instantly tilled to
day by an accidental fall on lb atap
of tba downtown elation of the ele
vated ai dtv nty-Bei'ond etieet and
olumtiu avenue. Hla neck waa
broken by the fall.
Hiraoh left hi hem at No IM Weal
Saventy-flfUi strt al ( o'clock and
walked alone to the elevated atalra. No
oa was on tb atalra whan ha begart
the accent, ooneequenlly lb Immediate
rauee of hi death I problematical. He
la supposed to have tripped, on th
aaed flight of at, leading from tha
midway platform to the top, for hi
body wa subsequently found on th
Whan rfwVe body wa found It a .ie
lying on IU aid, tb head agalnet tha
iron railing. There waa lung gaah
on tb left ld of the head and a red
tain on th railing between the mid
way platform and the top of the atepa
ahowod where Hlrsch had atruck hie
head In falling. Ill brother Nat mn
identified th body at th Win Hlxty
eighth aire!' atatlon.
Hlrach waa unmarrlel and forty
hres yeara of age Hla brother add
that ha had been In good health and
that there waa no poMlblllty of a
heart aeiiure having cauaed hi aud
da ooUapa on tha atalra.
DEMOCRATS THE 5T
VOTE FOR ALDERMEN.
Refusal to Ballot Laves Three
Vacancies on Board Still :
An effort by th Republican member
of th Board of Aldermen o-1e tu
elect lucceeeor to Bryant Wlllard. wha
died recently; John W. Haaanmuller,
wha resigned In Auguat, and Farcy U
Da via, who waa convicted of a crime
and entenod to-day, failed becaueo the
Democratic member of Ilia Board re
fuaed to vote.
AMerman uowllng declared that tne
Uoaeoorata would continue to decline to
vol until successor to llagmmuller
wa Brat decided upon. He claimed tha
llagaamuller wa a Democrat, and that.
aaaeidlng to tha law, a Democrat muet
ueceed blm. and preeentad an opinion to
that effect by the Corporation OounaN
Tha aUawMleaa leaden protaated that
Hagwnmuller waa of their party. A rote
wa forced, but not enough war re
corded U elect.
Tha fUpubllcana want Oacar Igatedtar
u lawyer, of No. I! Broadway, and Jacob
Keyaar of No. l Baet On Hundred and
weaty-third aireet. to eueceed Wlllard
. nd Davla.
ktaadar Oil Clark Mo.
William W. Beaoh. esventy-su year
old. of No e Wat I ad street, died
ajddrnly while desi-endtns In the eleva
gr at hla home. Mr. Beach waa on hla
aay dawn to the atreet to mall aome
letter. Dr. Tlppen of J, Hood Wright
lloapltal reipondai and prooouno
Heaah dead from haart disease, air.
Beach was until reoantly emptored in a
clerical position with th Standard Oil
company. Ha waa retired
VV not ka a quajetioo of how
cheap you wtay buy, but Aow
g)aa feiaauaa only froan a good piano
cam you eapoct durability and tone.
Oood bkatxiatiaat at osver got la
WAl!NOTtN. Jan By uphold
Ing certain dlaputed count again!
Jamen A. Patten and othete. charged
with ii violation of the Chrrman Anil
Truat law In running en-calle.1 rot
ten corner, the ftuprnme Court lo-diiy
aent the care agalnet the men to trial
In lte lower courta.
J'he lieclelon of the Muir":ne Court
ettlrd toe important o.iretion that
'comer" of any coniino.l l l ., re-tm Inl
of Interetiite comnncrce anil may be a
violation of tha Mhermnn tntl-Trunt laa
Tc-dy'e goaialon doewnot determine r ie
queatlon of guilt of I'atien nr the other,
lefenit UHg, but ecu la the cje hack tn
the lower eeOff for trial on the fail
with the Intgortaot arlneSal of law
laMrthad that If corner in cotton :
aaaoi tiie fefegftMn pttttBla Ii violated.
I'attrn, Kngcne (1. Hralea, Crank M
llayne and William P. Ilrown were In-
i n New York on rhargra of co'i
Hiring on Jan. 1, lin, to ' corner" cot
ton by eatenalve buying on the New
Vork Cotton i:x. h u. a n reault of
hlch the prlcea aould ba enhanced and
ultimately bring arbitrary anil rx.eaa'.ir
price. The oona)lra y waa deacrlbed ae
ilculated to yield llo.uoo.ooo In profile
In hla op.nion Juetlc Vamlevint r
'It wfe rnav be that run. In
corner t id for a nine to lunuiai
compi lltlon. but tha doe not prevent
t from hem a forbidden realmliit, for
It alo operate" lu thwart the com
modity from the normil current of
trade, 'o enhnm-e Hie pr e artificially,
to hamper uaere unfl OgwOganai in
atlafylng I hair need and to produ
practically the aamr evlla aa doea t!ic
aupprelon nf competition
Th alleged violation or tha Sher
man law wa eet forth In th Indict
ment In eight different way In
many count, th defendant being
liable for trial on any one. Before
th defendant! could be placed on trial
tha Vnlled Htata Circuit Court for
gouthern New York held InauttlcUnt
four count a not elating an offanae.
Th flivrnmnt appealed from that
decision to th Ritpram Court.
Justice Vandeventrr, In announcing
he opinion, aald I he Supreme Court at
thla time, under tha law, wa not an
thorlaed. to review the lower court'
conatructlon or Interpretation of th In
dlctmant a auch, but only th lower
court'a Interpretation of the tatute
Therefore, he added, the court paeaad
hy thoae pointa ralaed by the tiovern-
For the preaent the declilon of the
lower court on thl point muat be aa
ceoted aa correct, he aald. He then
paed to th holding of the lower court
hat running a corner waa noi a vio
atlon of the law. herau the restraint
waa too Indirect and not voluntary.
We hold that the reatralnt need not
he voluntary, but In (he tlgnt or tne
Standard Oil ease may b Involuntary.'
Juetlce Vandeventer aaio mai in
nnulrv to the public wa tn am
whether the effect w voluntary or in
Juetlce I.urton announced a diaaenung
opinion In which ChIM JUItie wnite
and Juatlce Holme concurred.
Th caae will now go back to tne
Federal Court of Southern Now York
fur trial or other proceeding.
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WILL TAKE PLACE OF ' MOVIES'
Interview With bveniii;
World BxpTllRI Kinetscope's
TOOK 37 YEARS' WORK.
Villagers May Now Hear Grand
Opera Star in Entire Rep
ertoire at 10 Cents.
or they've been true men"
k for many ear."
eorter rmalned Juat long I
enouxh to ie the old driver pat Happno
and Achillea affectionately, and then with
hla Iron take another team and hook
I in to the car.
"lilt ap. there. Rnmeo and Julie'!"
rhaafflllll plperl the old mn the aer
ond team of ateed darted on their uaay
I Journey around Bowling Ureen.
ii -mi nor the hooee'
Coaches on Track With tin old mn louaMi foi ,mnt ,md
e . t Ai I looked nbeently out toward th aimer
Soon Be Thing of the iu,,i
I can leinemhor and It doeen t iwm
Past as Result of Attor
ney General Carmody'a
Order From Court Re
quiring Subttttution of
Veteran Driver Telle Even
ing World Reporter How
City Looked toHim from
Front Platform Behind
Old Nagt, Yeare Ago,
When Fourteen th Street
Wat a Suburb of New
AND EVANGELIST OIN
GO TO SING SING CELL
Sentenced To-Day by Justice
Got", for Attempting to
Blackmail Mrs. Carroll.
YOUTH HELD AS FIREBUG.
"anlly Qaeatloned After
Itinera In Apartaaent llonae.
vr pick up aome rare old
quietly peruae It llme-al-
leveT Perchance you rd .
CASTRO STILL PROTESTS
VAINLY ON ELLIS ISLAND.
Clprlano Caatro. deposed dictator of
VrneaueU, apetit to-day In hla Tail
apartment at KUIa Island Instead of
belnc brought before Judge Holt In
th .United Htatee District Court, aa It
waa reported h would be.
There waa considerable oonfuelon
when a lawyer got a aupplmatry or-
dr la a almllar Immigration vaaa. Th
order waa returnable to-day, and aa It
thoua-hl II had hee,, iHiieg in o
half of Oaatro a crowd waited In th
corridor of th Federal Building to
catch a gllmpa of tb rtwhll Central
But he wa (till at Kill Island, pra
narin another affidavit and complain
Ing of hi cramped quartan and limited
JUAREZ RACES CALLED OFF.
JUAJlfciZ. Jan. . -To-day 'a races were
.ailed off be auee of the heavy anow
The entile were -aiiceMed and Tu
day's entries will stand a sent
PI BUT H ACK 1'iirw M sssldea two esr ok.
fej hcgsstly riprtoaataJ to you aa one
of gaajtjsWaBBrtit aoabajt assa vaiwa,
awdthart flee lb pries the right
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II no la
-dethaa. JESmmMb sad
i ilf Tirlon- Oraen Ctottl
Si Kn Iwai4. Ion. Mary
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CUMf.lM 0K DV?
he nrasent faded away and for the
notice yott lived In ag pat. Wondr
fttl people spoke lo you, and while It
waa all delightfully impossible, didn't It
somehow or othr em Jut th lt
bit familiar, aa though way back In your
brain thr waa an old. old, maybe mel
ancholy memory! truggllng for rocognl-
ii..i And vet you Knew wen
waa Juat a fantaay. for th people of
whom you read had vo ano saw even
before your dear parnu.
o It emed to-day to an f.va
nine World reporter wno maae a un
about th dty In a "Belt Ida" atrast
rnr.a car and betened wtuie ne rone on
th front platform of tha old car to thtown
ancient driver Of the caanot. wno eimpiy
and unaffectedly told of th change that
had takn plac In Nw Tors aunng in
thirty ysar or mor that h had been a
etreet car drlrr In bid great diy.
nid you aver bare wanes to you juat
th ellghteet aroma of soma perfume that
Instantly brought to your mind visions of
year ago. whan yon were younger saw
when aoroe wonderful girl had aald she
And aa the old etreet ear driver talked,
motional hi votes sinking Into a wtil-
nar as thouao he war reliving those
davya years ago, tne reporter, woo oow
ad of leas than thirty year on tats mor
tal earth, lived again In daya gone by
and aaw New Tork aad It Inhabitant a
thay war when Fourteenth atreet waa a
suburb and our forefathers went to the
opera at NlbkVa Garden.
TO THROW HOIfeM CAM INTO
Perbape it Is ulU time mow that w
became for h nomnt prosaio. -me
memories ar eceaelened by the fact that
Attomey-Oonsral Oarmody has procured
a court oroer aaainsi m suvsi r '
nanv demanding that their horse cars
hall become a thing of th past and
electric oar b substituted. So thl I th
beginning of th snd. In a few month
mors th old-time rtohetty, lurching
chariot of th early forties will have en
The Belt line driver waa aa Interesting
a th story he told. Perhaps he wa
seventy or maybe only sixty-nine ills
weather-beaten face glowed with health,
hla eyea wer bright, and he might have
been a banker, with hi whit muataoh
and dooaely cropped enow white Impe
rial, for the old man parhapa. If he had
Indulged In peraonalltlea, might hav told
a more Interesting etory about htmlf.
"Oil up, Baooho! Hurry 'long thre,
kehlllA!" th whit haired ohartotr
drwld. an affectionate note In hi
voice, aa he shook th rein end wound
the brake. "Yea, I've been driving thoae
car many year got so 1 lov tham.
Why, blees you. they ain't half bad If
you get used to bbm a eight mor com
fort bi than th auddan Jerking and
stopping of the electric care, and then
we don't have oooideata.
"Hew long hav I been a bore car
driver? Well. It's pretty hard to aay.
This car you're standing oa ain't quite
the same us the cars we usod lo have.
. a feko
so Ion,: ugu when all the ie.it along
til river their were tailing vessels. Not
all of them, but moat of them. When
all of their alli were up the city looked
a though It were hanglri out Us wash
along the river front. It waa a pretty
eight. I tell you belter to look at than
the coal blackened veseels and dreary
steel and Iron pier that w are now.
"Wi st atreet wasn't as wide ns It I now,
hut It was a durn sight prattler. Many
of th most fashionable folka used to l.w
on the lower part of West and South
street, particularly juat north of Bowl
In; Green. Fourteenth tret was a sub
urb, and, land's sakes I I don't think ther
was a building over five atones high
Wher th Woolworth Building now
stands, why, the young lads and laaaes
used to pick daisies.
"tin Sunday afternoon In the summer
time It wa quit th thing for all the
belles and beaux to promcnad along
West and South streets I can see them
now, the sweet, gentle-faced girls, all
prinked up In their bonnets and crino
lines, and the young dandlea In their cloae
fitting trousers, pulled down sleek and
tight by th strap that went under the
arch of the sho."
SIX WOMEN IN HOOP9KIRT3
FILLED A CAR.
"Everybody need the atreet cars !n
thos day. Than came the time when
It wa fuhlonabl for th women folk
to use hoopaklrta, It sure wa some
Isht" th old driver used modern
slang "to aee a half dosan of th Ladles
In their hoopaklrta got In on of the
dinky little care. SU of them Idled a
car up, and there we no room for the
"Fulton and Cortlandt streets In th me
day war the Shopping districts of th
It aeema kind of funny to think
of all tha change that hav taken place
In downtown Now York, of th hundreds
of famous old home and buildings that
hav been torn down, and vet these old
car are still running. Thla is the
largeat city eiccpt London In the
world and the moil progressive, with It
four-track subway and Its river tunnel,
and yet the only large city In America
to etUI bare these horse ore.
"I can remember many night driving
along th river front whan th car would
go off the track and we'd keep on going
Juat the earn. The horeeo would Anally
get th car back. And, by tha way, we've
had aome great animate pulling the
oare. Many a famoua old rac hor
haa ended hie life here, iota of folk
have ridden behind Futurity winner and
never known It. And the men wer kind
lo th hones; they got much better
treatmrnl than most believe. I tell you,
sonny. If there any animai mat s got a
soul, It' a hone.
"But. to get back to old New Tork,
there are many prominent men living
now who have driven horse cars Malls
aid Croktr, John Kcanlon and Charles
Murphy have all turned a brake when
they were youngsters, but most of thim
hav not been o aucceesful aa you see
In my ca.
One of the first hor car lines In the
City wa on sixth avenue That wa built
In UM and roulea were used instead of
horses It wan only a mile long. Com
modore Vanderbllt built tha horse car
line on Fourth avenue, which atarted at
the Posl-Offlce and went to Thirty-third
CAN'T RUN AN ELECTRIC CAR
AROUND A TRUCK.
" Ye, sonny, folks may poke fun at
these old cars; 'but tliey have eerved
their purpose and they've been a long
lasting Institution. 1 don't know what
We'll do If they enforo that court orlcr
and put on electric enrs. Horse cars
along West and South streets are better
than electric cars on gOMHinl of the great
traffic Many t mes when a heavy ktden
truck gets stalled on the tracks all we
have to do I to run the cr off the track
Kx-Aldermn Per.'y !,. Davis and Kben ;
I owen, former T3mbs evange;it. boih
of whom were convicted of extortion in
the Supreme Court last month ort the
complaint of Mrs. Kva H. Carroll of No.
: IMnehurst avenue, were sentsnc
day hy Justice (loft In th Ci
Hranch to serve not lees' than on year
nor more than one year and elgh: montns
eaoh In Sing Sing Prison. The maklmum
sentence for the crime of whleb thoy
were found guilty la seven year and six
Davis, then an AJderman. living at No.
71 Kst On Hundred and Twnty-lghth
street, and Owen were accused of having
attempted to blackmail Mr. Carroll fur
fe.OOO They tried to hold ovar her head
on threat of expocur an affidavit made
by Viola Dawson, a girl wrom Mrs.
Carroll had In her employ, and who was
given a suspended sentence upon convic
tion on a charge of having robbed Mrs.
Carroll. Instead of paying the ,0U0,
Mr. Carroll took her case to the District-Attorney
and the two blackmailers
Former Congressman William 8. Ben
net made a plea for mercy In Davis's
behalf before Justice Ooff passed sen
tence. The resignation of Davis aa Alderman
from the Thlrty-flrat District was sent
to th Moard thl afternoon. This wis
unnecessary a his conviction and sen
tence automatically out him off from
membership In the Board, but Alderman
Ralph Folka moved that the realgnatlon
be accepted, and It wa, unanimously.
Then Mr. Folks moved that a coui
mlttee be appointed to nominate a suc
cessor to Mr. Dnvls, hut to this Alder
man Frank Howling, the Democratic
leader, ralaed objection, nnd the matter
waa referred to the fommittee on
There are two known candidate
Jacob f. Kayser, nn Insurance broker.
and Michael J. MnKnany, a deputy
I'nlted States Manhal and captain of
th Fifteenth Flection District of the
Thlrty-Flrt Ambly Ditrlct.
"Money?" eald kMlggfti "Why, nil th
money I make on an Invention goea
Into furthering my experiments. I do
not seek money. Besldwa there will he
any number of others begin along the
same line .md I have found that nn
Inventor Is always aacrlllced for the
public good, which I satisfactory to
me an long a- the great masses ar
benefited often the courts do not up
hold tne, but some how I get the credit,
whatever thai Ik good for," he added
with a laugh.
One Ihlnw I deplore and that Is th
number of low grade niotlon pl'-tures
shown here, many of them coming from
Kurope, where the hires of fun are
coarser than her. In Kurope the people
I are laborers, while here they are mainly
workmen. Thera la a difference In the
order of Intellect And the idea of what
la entertaining. With the klntrophone
In operation these Ic.ferlor pictures must
Th gig A. Kdlson told an Kvetilng cease (ecauee or iheir very Inferiority.
World reporter tc-lay that he bOllOTOg g "'t "ru swaasiwi
the end of the present legitimate stage ,.on ,' aajatffauijr," replied Edlon
at hind a result of his nwest In- j eai nestly, "they are going to b ben-
;i talking tuition picture m.i- "" 1 "pJ win ne aoio io lean a
,, . . , . .i,ih normnl home life. I can see nothing In
Med the klnetophune, nli.h . f ..,... ,...." A
proved ueceful In a demonstration r,rrmp In New York, employing all
held a f,-w dais ago. Th Inventor ex- , the actors all th year round and at
nl.l..erf - h v h. think, th. nre.enl lag. "r n,,r' 1 " " '"' "
show mnet give way to the oheapeM
f i . i tt.,l.,i he He.lu.ied I
will rive almost as much as the other
for one-twentieth of the price.
There will he no mote barn-st ormer
either, because no one will b willing to
pay for second class acting when th
foremost atars are performing for the
"tslkies" and can be seen and heard for
a d:m The Inventor was found el the
F.dison plant In West Orange, N. J.
"Mr. Kdlson is up.tdrs In the labora
tory," said Miller Hutchison, his chief
engineer snd personal assistant, as h
led the Way.
It Is three flights to the "insomnia
ward" aa IMIson's workshop Is call"d.
(he wixard of electricity wua ready for
' Is the machine perfrctej?" asktd the
"NothliiK'a perfect." replied Kdison,
"but it works. It will he put In opera
tion at the Colonial Theatre, Brooklyn,
inside of thirty days.
"What does your new Invention do?"
EVERY WORD UTTERED BY
MOVIE ACTORS CAN BE HEARD.
"It deliver at the exact Instant of
occurrence on the film any sound made
at -the moment such action took place
Every word tittered by th actors Is
recorded and delivered In time with the
action; the creaking of a gat.', a whistle,
the noise of hoof beat, even the click
of cocking a revolver, comes appar
ently from the screen and In unison
with the motion.
'"How Is It done?"
"The phonograph, which Is placed be
hind the acreen, la w mi to ihe picture
machine, which may be i hundred yards
away The sieed of th talking par!
i acta as a brake on the film, so that
neither can get ahead of the other.
I There are apeclal records which run as
long a the film lasts. Other records
can be made to come Into place suc
i cesslvely, and the performance mty be
carried nut through a whole play.
whole opeia will be rendered and the
HI ma cn even be colored by hand If
the display of color Is needed.
"Small towns whose yearly taxes
would not pay for three pertorman es
of the Metronolltan Opera Company can
see and hear the greatest stara In the
world for ten cents. And It will pay
because of the volume ot buemess.
'We ant lomocracy In our amuse
ments. It la safe to say that only one
out of every fifty peraons In the United
States has any real right to spend the
price asked for a thcatru ticket. What
chance has the worklnumna for amuse
ment whose Income Is from twu to three
dollars a day .' No chance at all, except
at motion pictures, am! the fact that
fifteen million a day see motion pictures
In the United States shows the pour
"How long did It take to work out the
plan for talking motion pictures?" was
"Thirty-seven years," replied K.I, ton
Similar to the Tonic lint Has
Met with Such SUC&SS
DR. JAS. SP0YER STATES
Nervous Debility, the Movlem
Ailment, Will nc Fought
with New Medicine.
twenty yeara old.
machinist of No. IIS Kast Klghty-
i ninth street, was sent tn-dny fey Mag
istrate Appletnn to llellevne Hospital
for observation. II was rreted lust
night nfter a fire In the apartment
house where he t as living with his
Hl alarms have been turned in from
tiie house since Friday. The alarm
came In two a night, and the Area had
all been started In th same place and
by the same cause. OU-aoakal rags
i t been dropped down th dumbwaiter
shaft, and the fires were dlcovred
before any great daninge hod been
done. Suspicion wns directed tn Cough-
Mn. w iio was lwuyn In evidence st the
NO ONE BLAMED FOR WRECK
Ac-Men! lo rn Haven Train line
to Breaking of Car Bar,
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. -No
hlamo can be attached to the New
Haven . Aallrosd for the accident at
Oreemt Farms. Conn., on Nov. , In
which twenty-seven passenger were
Injured, nconllng to a report made to
the Interstate Commerce Commission
to-day by Chief Inspector of Safety
The derailment, the report finds, was
cuused by the breaking of an equalizer
bar on the foreward truck of th
dliiinu can There waa a defect In the
bar. but so slight that Belnap aaserOi,
no blame run be placed through lack of
urom r inspection. The trnck where the
A relehraled Austrian nrvsirisn. Dr.
L, J. Schat, ws the hf1 In announce
that the present liigli state of civil
italion hsi dehilitsteit Model g nations.
His claim that half nf Ihe population
re suffering from nervous rlehilitv
produced hy Ihe strain under wliirh ws
live, ha finally hern admitted by pliy
sirtens throughout the world.
la recent years s tonic has leen
inl rod need in leading Kurnnean eitie
tn help baiM up the countless number,
of run-down, nervous, debilitated penpl"
produced by modern hie, and the result.
have been remarkable. To-day in the
hief cities of Kurope thousands have
renewed their health through the us o(
this tonic. The action of the medicine
is very rapid, good effect being obtained
from it in only a few moment' time.
A number of phyaiciana decided to
put a similar tonic on the American
mrket, and a company ba been form
ed for this purpose. The preparation
is called "Ton Vila" in lb United
Slates, and the leading druggists of
New York City are to be supplied with
the Ionic at once.
The general symptoms of debility re
irregular appetite, poor digestion, head
ache, backache, constipation, poor
memory, nervousness, physical de
pression, and a grneral low state of
health. The common expression for
thi condition i "all run down." In
such cases the tonic acts with remarkable
Kuropean physicians are well ac
queintcd with the results accomplished
by the tonic, and are aware of its com
ing introduction in this country. l)r
James Spoyer, of London, England
says, in Ibis connection "If the I pi ted
State ha escaped having large
percentage o(( it city population io
poor physical condition owing to nrrvou
debility, I will be greatly surprised
It seems certain that the same method
of living that have produced this con
dition to such an extent in Englan i
and Ihe continent hare bad a like effe
in tfea I'nlted Stales." '
AFTER SUFFERING TORTURES
t on rawoOM trm i.nslt mt
lis tma. as Ssala Ik InSiaiS m
saiia Da latana.tu teiMsMasil
t s.osauisnsuiMiy. aaauVMfrsw a4.
POLICE CAPTAIN H. N. YOUNG
OF STATEN ISLAND IS DEAD.
Was Youngest of His Rink When
Named Ten Years AgoHad
Police Captala Horatio N. Young, lo
command of th ToUanvlll (8. I.) sta
tion, died at o'clock thl morning at
hi home. No. lit Targee street. Stapl
ton. Captain Toung wa forty-sla yeara
old and on of th bsst-iikso omcsrs in
th Department. H IMVM widow,
three sons and three daughter.
Th Captain wee a native ot staten
laland and a roundsman on th old
Klchmond pjllce fore t the tim of
the annexation. When he was mad a
captain by Commissioner Urrens. about
te yeara ago, he was one of the young
est men In that rank. He wa member
of the "ihonor iquad," having been
awarded a medal for a fire rescue For
a llm he wa In th Tenderloin, but
was removed to gtUn Island at hi own
About six month ago ha wa 111 of
gall etonea, but thought he had been
cured. New Year' day hi old trouble
returned, and he did not leave his home
slowly. "It Is all of that time since 1
made a niotlon picture show Inelde a
box, by dropping tha succession of draw
ing rapidly, and attaching a record to
two ear tub."
"And wasn't that successful?"
"Not th kind of success I want.
What I want must affect the whole
people. Actors will hav to leave the
legitimate stage to work for the 'movies'
In order to get any money. This Is all
th better for them. They can il vo m
on plac alt tho year round and barn
storming will cense automatically when
no on wants to pay several times the
amount of the movies ahow for some In
ferior production of a stale play.
"Will there be a great fortune In It?"
'When l-.rxrma first made its ap
pearance I did not gnow wnat it waa,
and after several flays I went lo
doctor, then to another, but it became
worse instead of better. I tried all
that friends advised, but no results,
snd I suffered tortures from the itch
ing and would scratch Ihe eruptions
until nearly raw and o sore. My wife
rend an advertisement of ' Sago Salve
nnd purchased a tube and I began tn
obtain relief slowly but surely, and I
want to say that Haxo Calve is won
derful, it refeVvea and cure when
all other rcmedhr tail and you may
publish whal I say about it for the
benefit nf others." Harry Burke, Hud
Kcsema and other skin affections
usually yield to the soothing, healing
influence of Saxo Salve. Try it and if
it does not give satisfaction you can
fet your money back.
All Riker and Hew-
man Store in New York
drug ttoraa wW (Ma
blue and white lifn jf
better than promise.
There is a record oi
BOKIJIICN ffsw Tork City. Jan. .
CIIIUMTINA L. (nea Slump I. aged tag
years, beloved wife of John II. Boslsen
or 4 44 Kast 122d St.
Funeral on Tussdar. 1 M. Inter
ment Qraeiiwood Cemetery. Arrange
io ems by Undertaker William isecasr.
CARttOLUr-On Jan. 6. JOHN T. OAll
ROLL; brn In Bioaklva. Ma was a
member of 81. Brl Kid's Church; I sur
vived or his wife Margaret and five chil
dren. John. Oenavltve. Oeorg. Florence
aad Chsilss. sod sis esses lanetts; ale,
three sisters. If araaret. Ilelsa and Marls,
and a brother. Charlsf.
Funeral Wednesday afternoon. 2 V. M .
Torn hla Iste residence. M(3 Madison
st. Intsrmsnt Calvaev Cemetery.
Kuropean naberi I 'raja copy.
ELECTIONS ANO MKCTINQtT
TV TIKE e OusJKUOUJlklttl OPTHg CinOKUU
rUWIU W1IBES I IIJJI A.M I rue aa
Dual meetltii of I lie atockhiildsn of
rt!l be lii'ld St US nffl
January so, 1DU, for tha
ba held at It
vb fas n u.rna..
furpoas of aleotSng a Board nf Dtrsofori and
ranaactlog such othar buahieaa aa Bay iirupcri
cobm batons tne meeting
ISignedl COWARD H HOFFMAN. Beeratair
Is generally acknowledged
Jgfo1 mimiTXhlH I tha Greatest Blood Purifier
.7j?fT3J 7 and&trengtft-iver. Accept
your dlnnr on Mm Kscu me, lr," 10 substitute, but insist on
ended the old arletocrntlc driver ; "thla la I. , ,, . ,
where w change horses and Pnppho and having IlOtKI S. Viet it tOllaV.
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a g s4 i ni'i s vi il w. Mi
UMttf tsMlf N eeeXMlalirf,
If Ik. I In...
(aside uul, a single null
brings It bark to shape
Tu oa U th atonn
si nn up-
On aala at Department gtores
t'mbrella ktnrts and furnishing fltnres
Miller Bros. I Co.. Sole Ma mlri.
gU Broadway. K. V.
M mi l
1 EVERY POSTOFFICE WITHIN FIFTY MILES OF
NEW YORK IS NOW A "LOFT" CANDY STORE
Any of our Specials will be delivered by
PARCEL Parcel Post within 50 miles from New York
PfisT by "ddlrig the following amounts to cover
pua 1 postage on Candy and Containers;
DELIVERY ib. box 08 8 lb. box .23
WITHIN 'lb-bo 2
uiicc 31b. box 14 71b. box 29
50 MILfcb 4 b. box 17 81b. box 35
. OF If desired, packages can be insured for
mcw vnPK 10c additional. Postal Note or Currency
IMbW UKtx j Mugt Accotn-any Qrder.
Special lor Monday, the 6th Special for Tuesday, the 7th
. BOSTON CHIPS, CHOC- A. PEANUT CREAM KISSES; alA-.
OLATE CREAM FILLED; 1C 28c value elsewhere llf
25c value. POUND BOX AWV POUND BOX
Monday's Ottering Tuesday's Ottering
SPECIAL MIXtD CANDY, a - SUPERFINE CREAMERY Ja
I J0KINDS. 25c value else- CARAMELS; 30c value 1 U
I where. HOUND RuX xw vl . elsewhere, POUND BOX Atfv
Park How, lorllaaadl aad laVllh "Ueel .lore, opes a.,r, e.salaa uulll II vitk'.
" AU ear steres opea aaturday eeealag aatU U elaek.
" M BABXLAY STRUT J- M0 BROADWAY
Cor Weet tVosvtwey (-0 lWTW 001 8t-
20 CORTLAKDT ST. TflZ NASSAU STRUT
Of Ctrort Street JA4M BeJuBD Sprue St
Park Row eTNaseau St. rftJ0l NO W. IMU STREET
At City Hall Pirk 6'', Just tut of 8th Av.