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THY XTlHIiro VOHI.D, rsiDAT, sTAiTTnirT TO, H n.
Mat. B mattress snd a couple of beep
ltetweB to hang on tha wall wma snnugB
warrant one of tba agents in ths
synsflr'afs hi writing a policy for ai.OM
It m Uw gam to hare only just
enough furniture to make a hot and
Hvsty Itre whan thoroughly eoefced with
4toeene or gasoline. By lbs time the
adjuster fr tha laauranoa company got
round Ije "Independent" adjuster or
adjustrr of tha Inaurad" would hava
filed tWlnga In eu. h shop that tha
akgns of leas would ba hard to read
LITTLI IFPICULTV IN AFFECT
ING A COMPROMISE.
Seldom waa any difficulty espsrlsnced
la arrlrlng at a compromise with tb lu
aorsace company, which would nat lha
onaajrotors a cash return of from fire
la tan tlmea lha amount of their actual
Qruti If not the only prisoner In lha
handi of the Flra Marsha1, em ha la lha
ml) ana list ha ham airalgnrd .Soma
f tha humhlrr members of tha gsjig,
ho confined themselves to poalng aa
ptuperty nwnrrn and arlttng flrca, have
an twiul'd tip and era hah) In hiding
They will te produced at lha p oper
t -na. euma of t tent roadring eonfeeslun
r n r 060 rating fiat of Hold.
The Grand Jur will take up the fir,
bug matlr next Mon'tsi By that time
Mil and W altar rspect to hava a niaaa
of evidence In -hst The Investigation
may lake three ar four daya. and will
undoubtedly bring to light facia (o ea
l.ihllsh lha truth nr the claim of Ktra
'ommlssloiier Johnson that araon haa
! common enmr In Nw York ami
hgg bam more or lass ruftdoned ty tha
li.O iasursitf-e cuinpantea.
GIRL LOST IN NEW YORK
SOON AFTER ARRIVING
HERE FROM EUROPE.
Bertha Altman Mysteriously Dis
appears Jiff' as She Obtains
Employment in a Factory.
Bertha Altman. seventeen yean of
age. hut only three weeka In America.
at of Ita customs Hi Ita Ian-
la loat in New Tork. Following
a general alarm, police are making a
.Ity.wtde eearch for her. Bertha left
a factory at No. 41 Green street, where
eh and Jnat obtained employtsant, at I
o'clock Tueeday evening. Bha boarded a
Third avenue "U" train at Or and atraat
aad Third avenue Immediately after
ward. Bound for tha home of her unela,
Dosed Altman. No. IB) koxlngtoa ave
nue. Bines than no trace baa been
found of her.
Bha araa happy and contented In her
new surrounding and know no one out
at of her family. Hhe la five feat
tnrae larhea tall, lander and wore n
tang; blue coat, blue and white velvet
when ah 4 Lap-
LOOK TO AMBASSADORS
TO END PEACE JDEAOLOCK.
Twtks Still Firm E Refusing tc
Give Up Adrianople Action
UOtmaS. ten. -The threaU of Ttir
kar w raonil Bar peace daiagataa to
IhMBSMtan invaalon of Bulgaria tend tu
give the hnpreaetoo that tha Balkan atti-
a (ton Baa become mora crave within t ha
lag! twenty-four houra. In reaUtv. how
evar, it to praotloaUy unchanged Much
ta gapnetad to raault from this after
sea's ailing at the foreign office of
tore of the European pow-
are expected to reach a declaim
the coUectlve attitude of
It hi wot anganlad that tha peace can-
in mat will reaume Ita allttnga before
ghPBbi raaha. the leader of tha Turk
kwi peace delegation, te-der reiterated
tho Immovable determination of tha
Turks not to abandon tha fortreaa uf
Adrianople nr tha Islsnda In tha Aegean
an. Ha said:
"What kind of a conference la thla
where alt tha concession emanate from
one aide Had this bean known before
hand, there would hava bean no need to
gs to the trouble of bringing together u
anon ooafsrenoe in London."
CONSTANT 1 NO VIM. Jan. It. The
Burapaan Aawbaaeadora In the Ottoman
-arttrl have succeeded ta drawing tip
a eslorloas note which will probably
be presented on Monday next to the
Turkish government The advice la
given to Turkey In this document tu
yield an tha Cusstlon of Adrianople,
hut no suggestion is mads of pressure
being brought to bear by tha Powers
to Insure tha acceptance of thla advice.
TRIES TO KILL HIS MOTHER,
THEN SETS HOUSE AFIRE.
Madman Wounds Newark (N. Y.)
Police Chief Before He is
NEWARK. N. Y Jan. ID -William
Uetrandsr, Jlftyilve yeare old. became
violently tnaana to-day, attempted to
kill his aged mother, sat fire to hla
house and held off tha police and a
usees for several hours with a shotgun
until ho waa finally shut down in a
. lathes closet.
y Chief of Police Frsnk La Points'!
right arm waa sbstteird by one of Os
i render's volleys of OUOBlll '. fte
trander reoelved a bullet ihiougii hla
cheat and another In his lag.
GIRLS ATTACK GUNMAN.
Ssssssre. I hairs or lirtklsi Hnsdr
t sed an Bhaeler.
Frank. Bteca, who oaea (iulaappl rtus
'astta three tnonlha rent, attempted lo
discharge his abllgatlon with a revolver
to-day when hla landlord tailed. Both
are dress good contractors, c.jsaetla
. litres a loft at No. Ml Kust One Hun
dred and tieconri street, and B'.eca aub
, lets from him.
Business less been liad and Bltva told
hll tn .llord he wuiikl pay III on ac.
count on the flrst of tun month tlus
neita said ' lie didn't pay all lis uwed
lum In a -sooth he would be dlsooi
eesard. Blrca drew a revolver and shn I
i i e without hitting Outsells. I ne
suoia ana isubsciis s yen . s
Itfty employeae oul of tha loft, most
o. them g.rls They grabbed snlsanra.
needles chairs nr anything haiidv and
mailed fter HI oo. At the door Rorgt
i'n klr saw i; . s stin king pistol and
grabbed Mm. lib ca was held in 11,60"
Via ocd (rr CHartie'g lady!
I'M t . j . I - i .. i
ROBIN GETS YEAR,
BUT MAY SPEND
i IT IN THE TOMBS
Bank Wrecker's Plea for Clem
ency Is Declared by Justice
Seabtiry to Be Imposition.
QUILT NOT DOUBTED.
Hyde's Nemesis Secures Order
That May Keep Him Away
Ttetiminclng tha final plea for clement r
of Joseph a. Robin, the hank wrertkri.
as en attempt to deoelvr the Couit,
Justice Neatoury to-day aentanoed itobin
to -.n e one year in the penitential y
The sentence waa a shook to the -lis
credited financier, who expected to avoid
further punishment in view of the aaala-
tam e he rendered the l)letrtrt-Atlnrny
In trials of Joseph U. Retchmann ami
William J. Cummins of the ernrgie
Trust Company and Charles 11. Hyde.
all of whom were convicted on hla evi
dence. Although a prisoner Is etipisssed to
leave the Tomba aa soon aa he as
sentenced to the etiltntlary.
Hupreme Court Justice Amend at oiks
signed an order which will iirobuliiy
enable Josaph (. Robin to serve the
greater part. If nut all. of bis sen
tence In the Tombs.
Justine Amend' order dlreota the I
the Hherllf keep Robin In the Tomb
until ha haa heen examined before
trial in a suit agalnat tha Fidelity De
velopment and Aaaafa Kesllsatlun
Company to Impress a Hen on the
Hurras Park its. s Track to the sum
of I20H.OO0 and also tu sat aside trans
fern to the Morris Park Katatea.
Itobln'a attorney told the Court that
the examination and urbse,unt pro
ceedings In which II.' bin would bs a
neceaaery witness would probably take
a long time. It would needlessly en
cumber the trial of the esse If tha
convicted financier were brought from
prison every time he was needed, ss
Justice Amend decided tu allow him
to remain Jn tha Tomb.
The lr nit; ion uf sentence ii( u Itobin
b io-ig:.t out a dlffrren of opinion as
tu his guilt In the Dbrt rid-Attorney's
offloe. Dlatftot-Attorney Whitman and
Ma assistant. John Kit ;;and Clark, told
Justice eteabury they ronsldrird Itobin
guilty uf stealing tZi.hOt from tha
WsBUiingon Saviuxs Bank. Aaslatant
Dtstrtrt-Atl'triiHy Moss, off flie other
hand. regaMtgd tiiat he conaadered
Robin I iiiocctit. The OgBjrf wax u'i..
Spoken in hla belief In Robin's guilt.
High: I'tulcimenLa were found iiTalnst
Rottn on Jan. (, ttll, hanging htm with
stealing .u..ui from In .. n hlngton I
Baxinga ' ,ik, uf wiileh InrillnCoii he
Ws nhaolute dictator IloUIn was
placed un trial and (toadied Insnnlly. .
jur' found him sane and hie trial pro
ceeded. Then Robin v, Undrew Ills plea
of Insanity, admitted ha had heen sham
ming and entered a plea uf guilty to the
fifth Indictment, charging, him with the
theft of ir.wu.
Justice Beabury est In the Criminal
Branch of tha Hupreme Court tu sen
tence Rubin, he being the Judge lu
whom lioliln presented Ills ph-.t nearly
Iwo years - uk
Aflar the usuul motlona tor an arteal
uf Judgment and a dlanilaaal of the 1 r i -dli
tiiir..t had been overruled, Ituldn waa
asked b Clerk l'..iny If nr nad an) -
liilug tu any. Kuhln. u little aiixluns,
but fully maater uf iilmaeif. asked the
Court If the Uletrlrt-Atlurney had any
thing to aay.
"1 tlUuk the Court Is familiar with
all the fai ls In the case,'' aald tha District-Attorney.
WHITMAN BELIEVE ROBIN WAo
"1 wish It tu he undeistoud Hut 1
never intJ any doubt as tu the guilt
of the titieudant. Hut In view of his
services to the I'eupls 1 imk the Coun
to extend to him lha extreme of clem
ency." "1 reallia the position uf a defend
ant at . time like this." aald Hob n
somewhat whimelcallv, referring to
the fact lha: there has been hi unin
terrupted sei iss of cnuvlctlups In the
toiirts or lata Hut I fr i that Ynti
Honor should pay some attention to a
rrMii t b'Tore you from one uf the aa- U but that ahe could no; do it ali J
eietant liistrlct-Attoi ne s that he has I listen to hay niotlier-ln law'.i dlsserta
1 exai.iine i lha case asalnst me and h. tlcn un eplrltuallam all the while.
Uatraa nie iMMOaBt. I undnstand Mr I
Moaa bgl oad so h a report."
"Vour inaaHty pie." said me Court, I
"was a akaM end when you fuund you '
MUloB't eaeM tha Uw you nleadsd i
guilty I g.tr.l your claim of i:mo-
eencf al this i.ine as mother attempt j
ta cheat the law, In the statement be
fure me you claim to he Innocent and
attatk thole who might he calle.l
against ..oil. But Ihs is or.l present -d
Is cmiclual' e se to PotlP g.illt "
EXPLOSION KILLS ELEVEN.
SINKS RIVER STEAMER
Dynamite Suppo ffvl tu Have S'.iat-:
lorej Boiler tit eset in Alabama '
Waters In jure J sixteen.
MOHIM:. Ale .Is-, Ift.t-Klecen men
were kill, I and elxtsen lnjureil In a
bollr elnslon on the big atentner
staple, on the Tom n i- .
rlvsr, !Mo yeslenl.iv
aaats raaahtai hara
dead an "tot. '.
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lOedsy. The kr.oi t,
Tom IMrtee. iilef
FJnv neer Hill Hart It
Jniin Kopf. ssiloi .
W r. MuKee. ilerk: Mste Henr Monl
ton. M. 1 If iritis, s rittor.acrd i,
Henry HesBtas: TboMaa itjhbins. Rti'h-
ard Mswall, M. dardnsr One victim hai
nil been dst .flnl AMOftf the Injured
are iu om. n.
Hreen VefMUiUf, aec-t I lOgthear, who
. e;.'l vinliui t. i hi alM Iht esplnstuna
mini have ioms imm d.cnamie ss
there wtre io Invallsr nploalone bs.
rOTI the boilers ernl up.
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CAN'T DIVORCE WIFE
WHO, HUSBAND SAYS, j
WON'T BE A MOTHER
Pittsburgh Judge Finds There
Is No Precedent for Such
PITTM17RQH, Jan, 10 -A cording tn
the declaltm of Jmlge Cohen, the re
fuaal of a wife lo heat' BhtMrgn for
her liiiahjiid dues not constitute grounds
for a divorce dfree. This opinion wa
handed down yesterday In ihe'aull of
Uroign A. Winner. Ml Haklatid bug!'
nesa man. who bmuitht suit for eMverct
en that ground aginnsl Vina N vVMI
ser, hla wife. The Wamserx live In
Dawson street In the QathM I district
and move In the best or Ipclsty In that
Wamarr testified lliut his wife had
said, "I want t be n slnith- married
woman." Mra. '.Vatuser declared that
their marllul tfgubts agS of HhOthef
sort. Hhe salt! ah could not live In
the aame houie With hef inotiicr-ln-laa,
who persisted In talking aplrltuullini,
until ahe, .Mrs Wamaer, was a lii -
vous wreck. She declared I hut she had
expreaeed no objection to ralslnt; a fam-
Judge Cohen In his opinion says: "We
have been referred to no ruse nor can
wa Bad one, wherein tha suit for
divorce haa been baaed on similar com
plaint. The testimony on the part of
tBO husband Is entlr. lv Insufficient,
are therefore compelled to refute
decree In Ihls Case on the around ssked
gnd the evidence as submitted."
ACTRESSES TO PICKET
PARLIAMENT FOR VOTES.
'will Buttonhole Membcn In I
don tur SuoDorl of Sut-
I.ii.Mxi.V. .Ian lu Vhea His r'rn-
shle Refejeai Mm aaaaai an in lha Brit,
lah Parllaroeni ahortly the MsMha i of
th.- House or OeMMOBS will Slid all lha '
- - - - ... .k. ..k.ml.... ..I..I. ...u.l 1.. i
s, tress. , gnd ether supporters of the
aMvaniani in favor of votes for women
Throtifftodt the entire debet .lay and
ll. pin ti Auiiicn iriffr; IU n iirrweiu in (
titnthi i tu buiiooliola rnMnWri I
of i 9 KOUM as lt) iMii in and o it
TH) atOtKMMS' I'l'tlulllwl Ijf H,Bei I
whi' h oi-t nii'fiu hi movmni hM
I i 4 fr lM h"l uf t ! ilnllawf iuiMi I
1 1. a in niaklnti
lion lu lUPPOJ
the . irT-iif la
I neaceful demonstra' j
uf t ie ado Hon of "n
ne bill, I, Bled to (1 e
omen. Tne. hapa 1 1
be lUOCOMfl I, alibi'iiab Hie a t of Ihrli
mil ism atatori Lave BTSOtly s4lUatsd I
gympath) from th agues In 'be United
kingdom. At Ibe same time tlie mil.
taut laotlon nf th puff agrti . :a ss' I
til be FT Potto i 10 l i 'e ii in .
.Ulna ii'" '. Jile.ii. em oi , I'd Hd
a eut ;
.luiist Stricken With Hemor
rhages of Stomach While at
Lunch in Chambers.
i'n iri states Dlgtrtot Judge Charlaa
W. Hough t stricken wll'i hem
oi rhaKcH of the stomiu'h lu the Fed
eral HuihliiiK this afternoon nml
riiMlied to the HulHon Street lliwilta!
In a ggljOBi ceridltton. lie was later
removed to the Nw York Hospital,
and It was said there late thjs aft-i-
i Hint he hud not improved
Judge Hough has been presiding Rl
the trial jf liilfaii Hawthorne ami lua
SSsVll la IgS To-day he waa at lunch
when he wan stricken. Court attend
dbats called I'atiolmun Donohue of the
i .luni. i street station and he sent
In ii call for an ambulance Dr. tie
p betters raaBOBBes uud ordered the
.lurlst lemoved at once.
Judge Hough w-us taken 111 at ,t
Ihls ut'ternooii, hut It Wag not until
after three that be
was token to Hie
SHUBERT MUST TESTIFY.
iellale IHvlalon itulrs laalnal
lllm la l ibel Null.
The Appellate llhiaiun of the Hupreme
Coillt has reversed the older of Hpeclal
Term frknttM Mil application of UM
Shiiberl. the theatrical man, to vacate
Hie order of Justice Kurd fof Ills SSOoV
I nation before trial, in the suit brought
bv John Msmoii. the actor, to recover
HoOU damases fo iiiilegetl hbol again -t
the Ne Vork Review Publlihlni Coin
iMiiy. Las Bhuberti Jacob j. Bhuberl
I and oi tiers.
Increases with Age
Conatipation is most common in middlo life. It increases
a8 the years go by, when less physical exercise is taken,
becauae the vital proceaaea are leas active.
the Perfect Chocolate Laxative
Keeps Old Folks Feeling Young
Fs-Las its vlieieua . i.oiolste tl-at acts lilte oierciao one) movea the
bowels in s net I rat ir armor without pain or fiiping.
Hs-I.ax pai tt.e flowing of bile one) helps the tiniest ivs arsons to pet
it m il i t i iv lion. It regulatea the stomach arts ajowel. i ne) atlinulst
I t I el 1 ltd ii, At all Hrugfisti. 10c and 2Sc per ooa.
TO JUDGE OF HOW I
DOCTOR WON HER
Mrs. arch Tells in Court i
Romano." that Btgan in
HE SEEKS ANNULMENT.
I'orced to Marry, Physician
Parted from 'His Bride on
Her fa's s'iffiised with blushes. Mrs.
Saille U. Sarih left the witness Mind
to-day and whl-peied to Supreme Court
Juetlce Tlendrhk and the court stenog
rapher the atory of her matrimonial
troubles, which began In the operating
clialr of DP, Israel arch of So. IW
Kaat Third etrect.
Ir. Zai h l suing lo ohtiln an an-
liniment of his marriage, alleging his , worrt, OI1y for AUredu Torregrogo, his
relations to the then Mlaa BlgBBsglW eejgt
were always of the ethical type sup- When Mr. Caatro. who wore a allk hat
posed to exlt between pliyelrlan and pa- I that excited the Interest If not the rev
tlent and that hts marriage wis forced i erence of the newsboys, walked from
hv threat of Mr. Klsrnberg that he
would have the doctor ha list bofore the
Iilstrlrt-Attorney. Yesterday Di Zarch
told the Court the accuaatluns of his
wife's parents 4iad been utterly false.
Mra. stoat told a very dlffeient atory
to-day. The preliminaries went BMBtM)
enough. U was only when the details
were .nil.-1 for I hut ahe showed signs
WHISPERS THE STORY TO JUDGE
"aaM lu January. Ia, I palled to
aa Dr. .arch about a pain In my
i hret." ahe Instilled. "The doctor ex- I
aniined me and gave me some medicine
II made nc very sick, and I enrt up- ,
..i, is and laid down In the luom at
Miss Sareo, in- asjesors srar, lp,. tor was showing the former Prel
aa an old friend of mine. of V'sfieatteU the iilKh buildings
"As soon as I felt better. I 'ame down , AJfredo siirreptlllotisly look possession
slalrs Md again .he doctor placed tin f ,,,,, on ,n,, aoor handle,
lu the oieratlng chair and and oh. I 1 o (ha ,vlly o the cur a moving gks
can't BaH you any mote' 1 Just MM1 1! jtarS man wnlked backward in front of
1 am so ashamed of myself Hint 1 'the gruup grinding the rank of his
should leave allowed my love tu appear
so unreseriedyl. "
After a nuinbc; of whispered consulta
llona between the Juslbe and the law
yets justice Hendrleh ordered that ih
oeuftraoM ha i ieurd of all ssoekt iaw-
yers and newspaper men.
Then, turning to Mrs. larch, ne said:
"I am Sony to preas you. nut you mvat
tell us vehiil next happekBd what
terms of eniiiarrm-nt Mr, Earaa used
luward " i
Mis. .arch burled hei
elms iced Mcc
In Har bunds and shook her head
"I can't." she whispered, "before all I
"Never mind iliusc liwiers." ord 'ed I
the Court. "Jua: i otiie ground bare ell I I
wnisper the story to me."
Ho Mrs. SCarCh went arounr brliltnl lag
bench and. aeate l between the judge
and the stenographer, with her igOS I gtHhOrlty for the Court to grant hull
hidden behind her glOVSd palm, she whis- In such a case, and Judge Holt sent the
pared her tale. When she had tOBOlUded j "matter of Caatro" ha-k to Kills island
me tenMtrapaer read tha testimony to MB "fder u get a flnai disposition of a
1 case there before the emit nave nn
tin' lawyers. opinion as to the justice of his deten-
PARTEO ON THEIR WEDDING , ion.
DAY SHE SAY8 Caatro had engaged apartments at
',, ... , ,. ilhe Plaxa Hotel In the belief Hint ills
"Dr. Aitci, told me be tbougnt vcr fv VMks n grante.1. Instead of
highly of me," Mrs. BOdJon murmured. Inolpjl to the Plant he had lun-h at
"Ho said be had caved lor me for alMin'M restaurant In Ann street. He
hour time and begged Ut glvu him went thllhsr followed by a crowd of
my love. He would marry BM then utid
there, he vowed, hut he OOUJd not. for
liis alster was to be married aoun and
ha wauled nie to p,tpone our weildlnic
for a year. Kvery thing would he all
rlttiit. however, he swore."
T ie oiing uotnsn went on to tell of
ttbaoBIMBt visits to the doctor, uf his
pond vioi an those oaoartMBv BtsMaMy,
.t continued, the ductur's love seemed
to cool, after Mrs. Klsenherg Unrned
of iier duuRliters clandestine love af
fair with hint. Then It waa that Mis.
Blasnbsrg daiwanilad lha doctor many
hi daughter at once. The doctor eon-
lentod. They were married In tha Clti
Hull, and thru parted, never living to
"Why did yon part from yuur liusoand
as suun as you weie manled?" asked
i. a ires Ii I In: "n.iii. her stturney.
"Becauas i had i an aiiaeinanl."
Us replied, "to keep the msrrlage se
en t for a year, so that comment might
tint he caused by a inaliliiiotilal alliance
on the doctor s pnrt that might seem too
H.tv for the sense of proprieties of
some of Ins patients." .
-Missouri alawtaee" Head.
gl'IN'CY. HI. Jan. Iti.-Klla Kwing,
the Missouri tJlanles." stud to be the
tallest woman In the World, died at
hay home, near Uorln. Mn.. nol far from
tills city, lo-day st the age of forty
ysora Mlaa Kwing was eight feel
thrOS Inches 111 height and for many
veins travelled with circuses
CASTRO IS SENT
BY COURT BACK
TO ELLIS ISLAND,
Kx-Dictator, Hoping to Be:
Hreed at Once, Had Bn
glgcd Rooms at Plaza.
HIRST BROADWAY RIDE.
Goes to Federal Quirt
Make a Eight for His
Clprlano Castro, who . nils himself ihs ,
Napoleon of Central America, but who
is known at home In Vencitiela as th '
"man who dodgea taxes,'' rode to-iiar
from the nailery in the Federal Huilci
ln in a common Hroadway street car.
He was surrounded liy Inspectors of th.;
Immigration service. He Ignored their,
aave only one who considered his feel
ings by speak In In Spanish He had
j inn wnarr to tne aireei car. ne Kept wen
miOTto oi in kiiiimih. lie varneu m
huoked gold-headed cane. .
He rook crmrge of the csr. He hung
the hooked enc on one of the loop
h&ndlea of the front doors, threw back
the lapels of Ills fur-lined coat and Bat
back. He waved the Inspectura to sit
at a respectful distance.
ONLV A PEW PASSENGERS IN
Castio waa not recognised by t.ie
three or four passengers in the car. lie
looked as Oacur llammersteln would
look juat after having hla beard
t flra Mad. A heuvy white silk scarf was
i oiled up about his ears.
Valet Alfredo had a gold-hgndled um
brella. While the Hpanisn speaking in-
camera. An Itinovent bystander ;, g
Iron I of the lotts. Th', excited operator
aiabed the Intruder and. Instead Of
pushing MM aalde, hekl hint last just
where he would must Iniertere with
The little Castro wagged his gray-
blaek heard and cackled for Joy.
Aa tie got off the car In front of (he
Aator House anotllrr moving picture
nun was on the cu.-J. It tdlpped and
"Ah-h-h!" es'.d the x-Presldeut with!
j ";',.- lilgh gesture of jMfwM.
hwit. m.p IWM ne .. HB
I smiled with pleasunr. 4
The result or 'Be rushes corjj . ,r - ,
ceedlngs was thnt Hftar Mr. Hultle nad!
aaaeited that the ioverninenl hail no I
light under the Constitution lo restrain
any man. citizen or alien, of hie liber, v
under the Immigration laws, provided ha
was nble and wlHInK to offer ball. Mr.
Wise rontended that t , re waa no
oewsboyi and laBOhhOUf loungers,
which required tha rcpreaslve attention
of the police.
Like cOBlo with for inside, the
i triple packet covera quality.
Wfcita Rota ZM!?i
Grocers Suggest It
Because They KNOW It-
aV afjf tfl sJJC
A fine relish for meats,
fish, noiips or gravy. . .
Made by E. Pritchnnl
8H1 BMBjS Ht., Nfar York.
PWaMillionMen uae the Gillette.
The Blades are ine. Get a
- BS BDNMB
OF VENEZUELA AS HE
LANDED ON V. S. SOIL.
Specially photographed by aa Bvc
atoeT World BtaaT Photographer.
i S - - . .
"BEEF AND" PLACE SOLD.
I nsrl l'. null. Trsn.frr of .Home of
Johnny Median's Kealnuraul.
The trusters of Uorillard Bponcer have
sold for suai.iwi the prOBorty at Mo, :n
Park How, known as liolati's. the fa
mous "hoof and" restaurant OOOstUCted
by the lute Juhiit.v Msshan, Thin wss
dls heie.l tiy a decision handed down
to-day by tha Appellate Illusion.
When he was about to pay over the
mone; the purchaser discovered nhut
he thought was an impediment which
would prevent any two trustees from
giving a valid title, for the will of
Lorlllard Spencer provided that there
should never lie les than three trustees.
For some reason the heirs could not
agree on the third trustee and tue pur
chaser was afraid thai a clear title to
UM prop, rty could not paaa. The opinion
uf the court tiiiei i.i ihe carrying out of
the aKt cement ol sale Ml the urinind that
:i deed given by IWO trustees la val.d.
May develop mi slowly as lo rBBM
little if any dlltBfbaBM iluring tha
whole perioil of itiiltihooil.
It may then p oducc ilvspep.ia, ca
tarrh, and nut: Led tendency to con
sumption before cauiU eruptions,
lores or swellinsti.
In the trratinent of tins action dis
ease do not fail lo take Ihe great
Mood purifier and Ionic.
In the usual liquid form or in the
tabids know n as Saraatabs.
fcj BssaSl B
Br . BB BsV ajr3BB as 1
EVERY POSTOFFICE WITHIN FIFTY MILES 6F
NEW YORK ISNOW A "LOFT" CANDY STORE
Special for Friday, Jan lOtli .Special for Saturday Jaa. 11th.
ASSORTED HARD CANDY- a Mi. C"SJgTE; .' CALI-
duns sssertmesl of furls, aatlnettes. rURNIA FIGS Taetv end nntrl
Biitterruua. Ilutteratntrhes. Berks. Ibms lit,. Isrse snd full fissured, tor
flits., etc.. all arrenged In a B TV HS w,", Mrk, fmtkH.,S -a am
3" 10c gJg 10c
SPECIAL FOK' j :IDAY AND SATURDAY ""
MIDGET gW? "" k" ,' J dellelsnaneaa. pesM.sslaa the
STICK CANDY gjS&rTC 15C
SdS S0 cream st0ICH K!iiti
PErrtKrVl IIS 16 Baaaiaa sued Ifcloo 'ritlirifMih aeririea a ssatea
otses of rimlH Ibinttv a 'BOMaSMSMMS, ... ,, . . ,.
"wilslnlng a eeslre ef iitusmaiM. MiStolp Havered niar.hmalbiit.
1 1. red (ream with a shell k narked lu lllsbland Plaid
rggggS lc ; "r,-25c
OFFERINGS FOR FRIDAY AND SA ' ' ' K DAY
MILK CHOCOLATE C0VLRED SUPEK MU,JnO AND CH0C0
ASS0RTED FRESH FRL1IS LATES OR AU (-H0C0LATFS
, es.te. luM-l..... fruit. I. anU.es. a- ,,' h l&t
..rluirst. iirelected ki a run. sweel sneeUil thai reprrssut. nTara del ' 'is
IdsMkel ' '"r lainou. I're- IIQ- in iir.il itl.iu, t, e,
mluni Milk t herolste. Oa9C '" 1 il.- fe.ll
ml" rolMiU.ywvl ...II...I PU1 Ml ROB VP(..
riuuui en -, ---. wr" 'r.n ..... r , ihihi uni
III yUltot.. ejieu gUjllt, . t ,i lin iml ll l 'eujK.
B4 BARCLAY STREET
Cor. Wort Broadway
M CORTLANDT ST.
Car. Church Street
I ark Row dc Naeaeu Mrec,
At Citv Ha1: 1's'k
Tk. ejasNled weight ta ss
FROM NEW TONIC
T. Severn, Though Sick
Many Years, Soon t
SAYS TONIC IS GREAT
I Popular New Yorker Feels
(iood Lf feels After the
l irst Dose.
X man walked into one of the largest
New York drug atorei Ihe other da"
and told of how his health had been
grailiiel'y improving during fca pa'
few ,la v a.
't'his wai H. T. Severn, who reside,
al "-ll West tmli Street, New York
City, Mr. Severn said:
"I had been ill for several veers.
Durini! that time I took every medicine
that I thought would do tne sny goiei
tind I was treated by many phyi'ian
I Bag so nervous that I would start a
the sliyliteal sound. 1 ivmld not steen
well at night, and I would wake MB in
th-1 morning feeling more tired than I
did wheu 1 went tu lied. The smallest
(him- would irritate ine. I could no1
place sny vigor or smhition into snv
Ihing I attempted. I was con. land
l.ollicrrd Willi dull pains in my heal
and st the base of my spine. In fact I
was thoroughly run down.
"Tirading about this new tonic, Tunt
Vits. it struck nic '.lint maybe the whole
IfOtlbte was nei'Vons debililv. I liougut
a bnir'e if 'I'onn Vita, and found tha1
not n!y had it a pleasant taste, but Ihs '
it aftVroad me immediate relief frum m.v
ittffrrlBBJk I am iteadily improvini; in
liraltfa every day.
"I kuow this is entirely due to Toni
Vila, because previously I had used all
kind of medicine without any effect
'I here i no need lo add any remark, .
to Mr. Srvern'i statement, which is
sinpularly eOBfiM and to the im. t
Hi- wa. a typical ca.e of nervous de
bility. I or years he hnd been trying
lo Mown the M mptoms while he lei
the ctBM alone. Tone Vita by attsckint:
the BBBM haa made a new man nut of
thi popular New York .itixen.
The reports (rum all the drug store,
in New Virk f'ily are that the demnnd
for Tma its i increaiirg every day.
CASPERFELD & CLEVELAND
144 Bowery tSfJiXZ
XOKTH (IP OsUBP St- V T TItlM
i en RvesAasj tin 7 astunisr nil 10.
This IHsmnnd Can Be Fsrhaaaed at rail
Value er Menev Befsaded. Less .
r SPECIAL h
( AR4T SOLITAIRE $AA
f DIAMOND KING 99
laVIU tut. MiiiitlrtJj ai otiiwT bdvrgkin- qitly
Mrs 911.00 to ear,. Qnslltv (iusrsaleed
no estha cBABnn roa it.
sa.rt..Tn.n:. I,, lit WorJ si. i be IsB si
ear ManMM TNsutci taawsaaw eMsa Is lha
SSs eret.' . H U.
Any of our Special will be delivered by
Parcel Post within SO miles from New York
by adding the following amounts to cover
poet age on Candy and Containers i
1 lb. box 08 S lb. box .23
packages can be insured for 10c.
Postal Note or -Currency must
Cat rulinn ?t.
147 NASSAU S1REPT
Bet Bci;m'i & Spm ea !
26C W. 125th S1RH.I
lust Eas' of 8th A'.s
- k laahMM laalall ha tents''
iMu ICv L'OX WILL CONVINCE WU.