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TBI EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, J ANTJ ART 18, 1018.
faS WHIUIIHIH With a rellad t-
toraer on can ponding before him.
Main finIM In Judge ArchbaM'a cam
WeOMi. TIM vol far conviction WM
The fifth vote rejmite.1 In anotnar ver
dict of guilty, this ona on the charge
of unduly Innuenctng Philadelphia and
Heading Railroad o (Delate to grant I
oel land laeee to Frederick Warn.
Tha Tata for conviction ae M to .
Judge Archbald wai acquitted on the
"lath chare, tha vota for conviction
"tnaj M to afi. It alleged rot-nipt v
of Inflnanna with tha Laklch Valley i
Hal I road In coal land deal.
OHO.V ONE SENATOR VOTES TO ,
CONVICT ON TENTH.
A verdict of not au'.Hv waa voted on
tha ventk article. It charged that
lunar Archbald had received at., v In
a mining property from W. W. Hla
' ngar ai a n ward for a favorabla cauit
' I'lon. The vote, 2 to , failed of
tha neceaaarr two-third
awta Arc hi; aid a aj haM not fulitv an !
ila charge In the eighth article of im
peachment, that he had triad to In- ,'
tlnence r. ij. Ho i nnd W. IV lloland.
litigant In lm court, to dla.oiml a
nota. Tha vota for ronvlrtloti. 3 to 41,
failed or UM naceai.it v te.i-ttdida
A verdict of not gulll) area voted un
the ninth article, charging Judge Arch
bald with Inlluenclng V. M. Van ntorrh
to MSSetMl hla nota. Th. vot for con
vlcllun wa S to 3J. not ufllclent to
On tna tenth arlkle ur Impeai Imitnt
.lodge Archbald wae a. in held nut
guilty, tha vole for lonvlctlon i,. lug I
la 5 Tlili ancuKa him of mi . epilog a
trip to Kuropa from Henry W. Cannon,
a railio-id dire-tor. Tndtor A:.huret o'
trlionn nj the IdM Hero lor voting
The vote on th i int:i arilrl re
a.illod In taother rdlol of no) guilty.
Ilia .ote for conviction blng II to ;'
Title charged Judge rcli'..I.J a Mil n-
opting a puie raise among attorney p.
prs.naing in hi aotfjirt.
Judge At nhaJd a)aa a gum fd on ihc
iwiiuh charge ih ha guilt) of
tnlnbehavlor In having appolnteU a rail
load attorney Jury commlralnnar hi
Pennsylvania. Tha vol for tonvtcUon
w as IH to , not u!Tlrlrnt.
Tha vota on the I 'll, nth and lael
article, whldi charged Judge Archbald
ganarnlly wllu laekang aradM from ltti
gaata liafora him and engaging In a
ganaral coal luu.l bualnaaa, caused
aoma delay, fiinu s'ennturs Wtafcei to
bo excuse! from v ting because) of Its
generalities. A do'i.ro follow a I.
On the thirteenth article, i ai slug
a.iiiaral inl'ilrtneni.ii, ArcliuaM aas
iinvli te.l 13 Senator voting guilty.
'.'0 not guilty.
Wlian the Umi vet id ion -get.
Henaior o'lln.nian 1 a r. . Hlon
that Ai "hb. ild ha ran ivad I om the
bench and forever lm llgthle n public
office. Hitr.itor Knot moved mat the
'"or Hosed far d!Mieratl'i:i, and
tha go .unt Mto acut:ve araalon.
The -ht begae anortlv after I
P. M Wadaj the Sanata reanlved llael'
Into ii court of llnr-ea hnient Jadgg
Archlwhra attorni ya and the mnnat'
fnr the Ilouaa en lor ad a chamber a
lha Impeachment court convened, but
Jaite Archbald waa net with them.
Mr Archbald occupied a place In the
Senator Root pra?od that th quee
lloa of tuda-e ArehT,aM'a guilt ahould
a eubmltted la thla form:
"Senator i. how eay you, la the re
apondint. Robert W. Archbald. guilty
r not guilty of tha charge contained
In Mi la art Icier'
The order adopted by the Ranat pro
vldoa that each Senator ahould rlaa In
hla place aa hla nim waa called and
angwer guilty" or "not guilty."
SOMI SENATORS EXCUSED
afore the Brat art'., le at Impeachment
waa road Senator Ka-n of Indiana, Han
alar Dillingham of V"rmont and ftenator
Hrndlry of Kealurkv aabad to be ex
raeed from voting bacauai they had nut
heen Proliant throughou'. the trial. They
Senator Clark of Atkanaaa waa eg
(ludad. 'r-in v; a. o:i all article ahlali
charged Judge .'.i . j J with wrongful
acta wafer he waa elivuted to the I'om
i.iere I'oun, Sooatur Tillman waa x-
need from vol ng on all art -h a except
the Brat, and Senator Jarqaon of Mary
land waa egruaeil frgm voting on ull
article lie enter ! tha Swnale alnc
tha trial began. T.. Wfi lha total poa
ibla voting itrgajtii of lha Sanatt
eifwty-iiit on tMOua of aoaanc and
r'ollowrlng the forana'.li! . the clerk In
a droning voice ied 'he charge em
bodied In Article I Tiie apecialora In
lha gallery leanrd 'ergrwrd, wlilaperlng
to each other. I lie iiitjurlty of the
Henatoia followed the clerk rluael with
thglr printed for tie. MarngtT ai ur
tied mftly bark and forth.
Aa tha tint name aaa called, that of
Hanator Aahurat. aid the anawi
guilty" rang out. the aoa dropped hi
Arohfeald'a atlorneya marking the gal
lot carefully aa the roll went on.
Attorney Worthing ton ..luacly followed
the retired and ran hla tlngrra ni rvuua
1 ova hi face.
There aaa not n ...iir.d In the g-eal
oaaeaber a the ailed the naiuea
Th Haoalora an' arad aome In aharp
derided lonea a:.U an alniual In
Senator la Folic, Sc. nhen hl nam
a called, roai ... laTljf and atood for a
n-oment. MgWt11i'' i t- eald, a. .J w h n
Manavtor wnieat'a nam waa catlod. all
:and turned toward hint, II area and
with bowed head whlipered In a barely
auiftKc ii '"ujiy."
following ih vtidl l on th nri ar
'I !. " : 1 1 r vepi oval' the i''idrii
ler ami there aaa 001 .rrahle dlaord'T
In t v ' I
Archhald'a aon aat Immovable In hi
I . ' I "gana Maadred Baae"
I fj. Pleasant at Candy;
I "pPJv for school children.
nii u Colds fln st
I ill" ThrM,S5
I 'M. M 14 DSN '
I iBttanaf f M
GUESTS OF HOTELS
Rich Patrons Frightened by
Suggestions of Leaders of
Striking Cooks. I
ASK AID OH WHITMAN.
Mav Prosecute Ettor :ind Gio-
vanitti. Whom Police Will
Watch at Meetings.
The hotel and retaurant liecpeia of
N'ea' Vortt arc tlioroughlv fl agfTMatj
they ald lo-dnv. In Ihclr dealre to
ha Jiaieph I. ICltur BSw AltSffl (Mge
vanllil, tin. Ind iatrlal MTdKHN Of the
World agitator. hld criminally reapou
alhle for their recent npcerfhea to th
(trlklne; coo aw and wnllira, In which
they dvteed and eilKReated the nolaon
Ing or epoll.ng of fonil aerved to patron
! arlea .1. t'ampbell. altornev for tlio
Hotel Men Aaaocliitlon. bad a brief
osnfMssaa with DtatrhM AWamm Whit
man tn-dav. Afterward he aald he
wanted to get nftldnvlta from perming
W'lio heai i Kttor adVO gg pola'inlng, ao
that he could prearnt them to Mr. Whit-
man In morrow. In lha mean time, the
Ptatricua ijnf ay isetf, hia office win
take no ac tion until evidence of a crime
haa been preaented tin e proof a auh.
inltted. hr aaaertail. he will act alcrnly
Id pnnlali any violation nf the law.
Krom a number of tne waalthieat m n
of Vew York aamiranre have gone to
ijoo-jo 0, lt.jl.lt of the Waldorf-Aatorla
nd to other of the leading manager
lhat there will be no dlfltenltf about a
enpply of money lo atiimp out the an-
rchlftlc liniit ainong waller ami
Tktto rich men arc many of them
financially Interealed in I lie larne hotel
The alleged apeech of Kttor ugeallnK
polaotiltK th food of nillllonalrea haa
I era taken by thoni. apparently, aa a
peraunal menace and a peraonal lnult
M thai- inaiig.it, on and under their
ruaynStna t ) pay all nei eaary expenaei,
large detective agency haa been re
llnai lu put ull the agltatora under
NMtaal aalch. aa aa to ace to It
1 at any waiter unde taking to carry out
tbS "Ellor-Ulovanlttl Idea" will ba
caught in the act.
It waa announced at Police lie. id-
uuartei that hereafter delectlvta who
are familiar Willi the langunge uf the
apeakcre will be preeent lo llaten care
fully to all apeechea of tha labor lead-
era. Itoniarka like thoee of Kttor ana
Ulovanltti will bo held to be dleorderly
and had unlawfully Influenced railroad
offlrlaJe. Uullly. C to 30.
conduct, Inaemuch aa ihy tended to
cauaa dlaorderly action and a lireach
of the peace. Any apeaker making ouch
remarka will be a r reeled Inatantly here
after on the direct evidence of the po
lice. Arturo Olovannlttl. the comrade and
aao late of Juoepb Kttor, lha aattalor
In chief of tha Induatrlal Workera of
UM World, made a apeech lat night.
In whl Ii he advlard the alrlklng hotel
ooka and waltrm. Ilia talk wa only
a title more modiral In tune than thai
ir.adr ly Ettor lat week.
Kitor- wbo haa luce found It advla
ablr kP deny ha evar uttered the worda
auggeated that waller and cooki polaon
tha rood ..f rlth men.
"Make II unaafe for capitalize to
al, ' waa what he laid In the preaence
of a acore of wttneaeea who did not be
long to the union which he waa ad
dreulug. Ulovanltti undertook lal nlghl to
deep the gngggStlSS al've. He a .1 viae I
id haarera lo make the food of Ibflr
natronl 'unfit lo eat."
kSVfl Lli oil hv made the auggeat'oti ri-
dlrgttl) by rolatlns an gUngni inct.ie.it
.f a wnltera atr.k In larf. Cnsrtgd
J. C'antV'bell, the attorney for the Iloici
Mcn'a Aaaot IStfOBj una been told ny
nla rttantl that they will bark hltn to
na litnlt n u ffoil to have Kttor
and Ui'.vanutl put on trial.
'"l b wa.teta In 1'ar.a, ' aald Ulovan
nlltl SM ii. tm, won their aulke
j aut't;. ii -na. VVucre, in a certain
uieii, a Blank of nail waa raiiulred they
put In a handful. VVIer a mere anlff
f pamper wa needed they put In an
atlief nandlul. in') druva tb patroiu
away from in not.ia ana cat untu
in demand of Mie uatona wore eatla-
Hi.tMFF HARBURQER SCORES
UNION AGITATC Hi IN ADDRESS.
(-.loiuiiiltl did not actually lull tn
.. kwrM vaiiaia lUal luey ahuuld g
and do llkewlae, but nom lha an Uauar
and ic in..; whion l ie. ted hla remurka
It appeared lo b at leaat a poaaiblllty
litol New Voik in. got b a high I; con
dimeuied town baluro long.
fhit.lt Ju.u llarburger. at a lodg
oiteting, lad niffht, aald hot thing nSOUl
btltAa a n.l hla aaaaa ulM even . .In.1 ao
I lar a( 13 aay, "akittar men BSVg U00U
Meaiitiuia. Kttor, who epni
Hunday In L.awrnc, Maaa.. go
nial thai he had ver aug
gaeted au.-h thing aa wr pul up lo
nltn by tha "capltalbjtlc reporter
talovanittl, here, alao denied thul
1 Kttor had auggeated lha Hoigla traal
man! for auaat. Th poor vapltaltstlc
iporlei had nothing wherewith 10
bark up their olatementa except the
repurta of hla apeech In their not
Secretary HlBM nf the Ideal hoairt of
Intarnallannl iiotei WorUeia union
gave out a itStaBMBt t Hielr head
quarter. No. 72 Wall Tldrty-aixth
Ireet. io-day In Which he aald Kttor
would return tu thla city to-niut row and
would Hprak at a airlk uu-itlng at
Miiiiiiattii Uyooum, Wo. Kai Fourth
atrret. Hi pee.-n la to ba a denial
that he ever augHextrd the polHotilng of
Mr. lllnet add the unlun had poleir
Information that the Hotel Men' alio-.-latlon
had fall-d to uitereat LHairlct
Attornay Wkltmaa In Kttor' talk. He
"W are not fool, and only fool
would put th Idea uf pnlaonlng Into
th head af hundrd of opprat
and w roofed man. Tk fact that ao
Ettor and Giovanitti, Whose Advice to Cooks
JjjjKmf f :
y P jjjf y r SH
S'n'IWL li r ik.aBHH- I f..
' iwS Sa P r -
Jnaeph J. Kttnr hern me conaptcunua na nn ngltator
.doling the atrlke In the Lawrence. Maaa, inilla kxgt aum-
'mer He la twenl y-aeven yeara old and waa nam In th
V United Statca WltS 'llovanlttl he wna tried for niurdcr
In connection with the Lawrence atrlke, but ivaa ac
TiinlllaS He immcdlalely be ian making StnaaSai that hi
TaaSnllUI waa due a the terrorlxlnK nf the court by labor
detnonatratlcn throunlMiiit the country. Among bin ut-
terancea were inoO 1
J "The fact thut you Inborlng men are not 1n )all la the
J i het pmof that you have not done much for the i .nine of
laSor. DSSM the cap'.lalUt and their (yalem and damn
j'tlie police depart mi nt."
Kllnr waa k ahcct-metal worker before h became a
profeaalonal agitator "
I ETTOR S ADVICE TO COOKS AND
"Oo back to work with your mlada mad np that it la
! the maeefeet tiling la th world for the eapttaUat to aat
i' food prepared by member of yoar anion."
g .- .-
many left their work la IS best evi
dence that cottdltlon In the hotel
kitchen of New York are Intolerable
We are not In a sweet temper. The
men can bit the hotel by making Ih I I
food unfit to cit, an I they often do II
In their anger. There La no need to
advocsle such a policy.
"The managers know (he food they
eerie to their employees Is unfit to eat
every day In tlie year. No, wn do not
advocate murder or an thing or Ihe
kind, but we do Intend to cripple tna
hotel owner's bualness by every legiti
(Continued from First Page.)
Sawn vlaltlng At 'I o'clock In the morn
ing six men. claiming lo be police of
ficer and exhibiting hat they aald
wore warrant entered (iumin'H place
and arrested him.
InaUad of taking blm to a police la
tlon or a court. Stcwurt aald, they hus
tled him In a cab tu the offload of the
Chicago ICX'bmlner In the Hearst llulld
Ing, where he wus formally arraigned
before a mock court Acting on order
from Lawrence. Stewart aald. his cup
tora searched hltn and took poaaesalon
of letter and other documenta they
found In his pockets. He was cloaely
iiueslloned by Lawrence and l'olachek,
he said, aa to whether he had any let
tera from Wlnkfleld In hla possesion.
Stewart said he threatened to sue the
Hearst SOOSlo for damages I .aw i en.
and Polarhek laughed at him.
The men who kldnappod htm, he aald.
told bttS they were policemen, exhibited
what purported to be warrants and at
tempted u make bin believe the
1. xan. inn office waa a police elation.
Chairman i 'law read Into the rocord
a translation, furnished hy John 1).
Arohbold, of a cipher telegram put int
evidence recently with a number of the
Ai hi. old letters. The translation given
out by tlie committee follows
3 Broadway, Now York, Boat , moo
"Hon. J. H Hlbley.
"Have returned here and will lm glad
to see you at any time. Have communl
cated with A. .1 CaaMtt and he will sir
us In Philadelphia. Pa . If we io desire,
either Thursday or 1'rldav. v. Ill Charles
Miller b here this week?
"J. l. IlllnoLI).'
Wlnkfleld now In BaahlngtOS under
a subpoena, sent u certificate of III
neaa. but probably will take the aland
within a few day The committee ad
journed at noon until to-morrow.
PHONE TOLLS REDUCED.
I. real Neck lllatrlrl'a Hale tn Man
hattan Cut From Ull In III I enla.
The Public Bar Vie commlaalon an
nounce! to-day that Ihe New York Tele
phoifie Conxnany had nfrnnso4 for a re
duction of toll of Hi tlreit Neok dla
Irlci of tin Ninth Shore of Lcng Inland
The loll between Qroal Neck ami Man
I hailsn a mill of On Hundl 4 and Tenth
street 1 t be cut In September frun
I tu to It i -tit-, an I the tnlla between
, Ureal Nek and Bays Ida In to b n.hi id
I fioin u io dye cents t new centra!
loffloi ill i - tabliahed In Hg) I de. The
lactiou ut in. talon bona pompsni followed
tne comnlalni of air Helen m Mark
of BallaroN to lha potnmlaalon.
'i.ie comfnigalon nii luu under couai i
eratlon ilia oiiaMo from Manhatian
ihi-u'Ii ol One llundi. I and Tnnth streu
t , SuUlh Ih ookl n
in i I ng a. i in. ii N osm I
,.11.. .11. hi . UalaTae
f II II 111 aa eapm.
a a K'
lilu.l I fca.a;ut
May Result in Their Prosecution1.
Arturo rjlovanlttl. who wna arqulttoil of murder after J
the LawranOi atrlke. In thirty yeara old. Ba WM but n ;,
In Italy, the eon of a chnmlat. He lived In ll.illlax nnd
Montreal after he came to thla country, nnd haa a co n- I
mon achool education. He entered Union Theological Z
Bnmlnary and reglalered at Oolumlila I'nlverelty after
coming to New York. He preached In Prcehytcrlan mla-
nlona In thla city and Hrooklyn. I'reachln ; In Pltta..
burgh, he tSOSSM a Soclallnt. Aa the editor of II Pro-'
lelarlo, an Italian newapaper, he met Kttor little more.i,
than a year ago. and began agitating In the name of the
I. W. Wi He haa wrKten much vcrae In Kiigllnh. "
' I ndvlae you to prowl like wild an inula at night. I
aeeklng the blood of the acaba," are the worda he wua'?
charged with ualng before tlie Lawrence riots. ...
GIOVAMTTI'S SUGGESTION TO STRIK- -ING
"The waiter. In Varl won their atrlke by eabtl ,
mean. Where In a certain rellih a pinch of aalt was
repaired thy put In a handful. Where a mere anlff of
pepper wa needed they put In another handful." X
. ..... ii ................. . i i ... ,
IS OFF; FIRE DESTROYS
MOVING PICTURE PLANT
Thanhauscr Factory at New
Rochelle Burns as Production
Is About to Be Staged.
Moving picture Indians were to have
fought with sturdy old New Kir.-I.in 1
forefathers at New Kochelle, thl after
noon, but at three o'clock, when lha
battle should have been at Us height,
the Thanhauser film factory wna a maia
of flamcH from cellar to roof a dlatun I
of one-story and redskins mid sett! ra
were doing a flrc-flghtlnK uct, with not
a 1ngle lena to record their effort.
Sixty-odd "movey" actors and ac
trcaaca were preparing for the fray In
their dressing rooms, when there wus a
puff and rush of flame from the perfor
ating room, hs a pile of celluloid gOfSpt
was ignited. A half mlnulo lata tho
rambling frame building waa afire fro u
one end to the other and the adorn,
half "made up," were, rushing tu the
When tho first engine arrived, the
untaijonlsta that were to huve been
were working aide by sldo In bUOkOI
brtg-iile formation. NoaOg lad SOOQ
counted and none was iiilsalnx. Tho
wind carried apaika to niignborlii.;
structui nd eight cottage OSUaThl
tire. The Kuppert brewery is only a
awuy from tha Thun- ,
and ii, too, aonti was
aflrc. This blaxe waa ijuelled uulckly,
but that In the film factory was more
It was etiiniie,l th total dSBHsf
would reach 1150,000.
A New noclielle Insurant e man ald
that the Vhanhauser company would I
have had difficulty In renew iug their.
Insurance on the plant. Their appll
CttlOOi he said, already hud been
turned down by one agency becuiiHe
of what Insurance men reKitrdet a
loo great risk The present policy
would have expired within a I'ew duys,
I'lltMr HU'l. -I'uria. ra.elaai old lllbas, : ire
f ri a. j- 4 'unlun. ICS. Irlali nn. Ills Hi.i II.
IOk tlili-na Haul. 111". Va 10 Yip. Is Sirllj
Want 10 IV H I'ansai. I0S; b. f. lamme I .
MariUml llaioeaal. IDS; It. .It a II. II
Bathe. It'!1. Milter Kiteeadn. 1 13; )la la
-hVllH UAi.'k. sSaianii. f.uu-year nliU i,
in. on., mil' VI. M .l. 'IS; llanm nMliell.
ii'ai Jxk Kiut. mi. i VI :n,- in... ntaniad, to!
Huual liar l llO. I'fdni. loa i . . ms.
limn Wlllbuaa. I US Tlie Peer. loll. DrlguMUW,
ms aiguiie-a lus, Han far, IDs
Tltlltli Its, c t.nir e..i -i an.t na
-,! fiirliings .Hold'! Agnes. Hk . Ilielj.. Km.
la. Ilrrt.n II.. Ill I xtrfi ItOOt, 011 ; IVr .
14. ... L.-.: 1IC1 King lr. lull I'nn.eas In
ilnatr. IH1, I'.itfr.nr IO raiilaui. ItHlj gf
lien, lofi, Ac uu.se In., lei.-ai. lo Kofot,
i. it in H II M I. .Hsadlran; seluu three
ai ,.l.t. .m, I a; isjd; out ajle. I nr. niHigiutiiy,
Ull' I. a, 111. Kill; I'tU'k. ML't; Hell Uf 1 1) dm .
tot I. 11. Mill .11 -Hiert. 1IM
Firm llVri: Mwjnai Uieaa-iMr-okla an.l un
i. o.l n larloiian. Minion. .4., list, I.a.lvMa...
UM 'It -. Illl I'-rlr Boy, liei; M. ramlHin
ma' iiiii.Iriuu io HetailTeda, Bitwa. MJ
i-IXTII ItA.'K Sellani; f,.ur o at lrta and an
i.ard' .air an .- Ilnrleiu Ui-l iis sai lie pm
Hill loc Mann, lea laHaiatrtlta, loll: ).. M
aVkeel ItMi I'luna. In.'.; ilrhe-l 11. Iikis ,,h
rin.l ri al, los rltfbmisn. llOi sure. iu.y
A ni'ieut i i' sllnoan, i'Iisii. fast.
INCOMIM I XTKAMWUPS
lit I TO UA.
lAiuiaio. lasgua. Pre, Qnug, a laaWiiUia
. TTuemaii. IJiei ;. call, Tie. Palermo.
Il . . Ilrnieu. , niateniri,ii
I'aeulla. .'ire. lloi'er.Ulli.
Hrglet. iilasf. - .lean. San ilUU
iVIric. l.oeri-l IV axe. lias rs-
Maill. Hteuleli. 1.1 r.onjlm.. Autivrn.
l.uce. an ii , Ja. kauuidla.
Ol'TOiH NO XTKA.MtlinrH.
somlreSa. 0m Duoiiuxo. Mnlaiwk. fa. a lie
liaimarua. A.aiuta Clt uf SaiauiMli.
MOI"). ClttJM Bnll'ir. . ,,, 0.
ilasu'inn .aoaia a.i 1-.11t1.11, usual
PREPARED ON GRAFT
EVIDENCE OF SIPP
(C mtlniied from First Page.)
teatlfy to the offer! of an Inspector and
a Captain, on three different occasions
to Induce her to a. knee her husbund and
keep him away from New York.
Attorney Loula J. (Orant declared to
day that neither his client, Kox, nor the
District-Attorney had said anything to
hltn about Kox appearing as a witness
for the p. pie. and thut aa far aa he
knew Kox has made no overtures to the
"In the event a proposition ahould be
made to him I can't ay what my advic
would be." went on Grant. "Thus far
Kox has abown no disposition to become
a martyr for the aake or shielding any
one higher up, if there la any one
Oraat waa akd what h would
do, if run ahuulcl be Indicted, in
rtgara to advlalug bla cUx,t to
turn State'a evidence.
"It lo a purely hypothetical
o,atlon, of cours," be replied,
"bat If any client of mine were In
that poaltlon Z ahould certainly
advlso bint he would be foolieu
to unlfer for some one else."
sippt bin wue nsd aon alli testify be-
loie ill Qfand Jury 0BI0frOWi accord
ing to .Mr. Whltntan'S preeut p.ans. and
In the mean tune they will keep unit,
cover In or near Jetaey City. Asalstan.
1 ilatrlct-Attomev (Iroehl la with them
when they come to New York they will
he amply protected .
There la no doubt that the tilppa are
worried. Before they left the Walton
Hotel In Philadelphia, where S.pp WM
registered as OoOffJO Wllon, be was
called to the telephone by an unknown
man, who fcald:
"You had better do all the talking
you want to now When we get through
with our plans you won't do any more
The call could not he traced by the
hotel or telephone people.
Ur. SIpp haa had premonition that
something would happen to aome of
them since her husband first appeared as
a wllnesa. Her greatet fear wa that
her son Howard, who la twenty-two,
would be killed.
SEND OUT GENERAL ALARM
FOR GIRL WHO DISAPPEARS.
At the requeat of Mrs. A. Ralsinan of
No. 7J West Might) -eighth treet, the
police in the Weal une Hundredth street
police station have sent out a general
alarm for Kate Htefonskl, eighteen
years old, of that address, who disap
peared yesterday morning. The young
woman described aa having dark cum
plexton. hair and eyes, being !, feet 2
Inches In height and weighing i.'S
' pounds Hhe wore, when last aeon, a
1 bn.wn skirt, a white shirt waist, a blue
tie, black low-cut ahoes und black stock.
Is of groat .service in making
the blood of the right quality
and quantity normal in red
J and white corpuscles and all
! t.n ll to-day in Ike ususl liquid form
or la the tabliU knnwa a Sax ee tab.
HUNT WILD STEER
WITH AUTO TRUCK
I'.uinpcJ and Battered in Long
Chase, Animal Is Finally
BUTTS AT LIMOUSINE.
Roped, Steals Citv Fence an.1
Is Shot While Trying to
(iet New Start.
A roundup Hint had n any featurea of
t'ie reul wild Veat? n article aroused
parte Of kHStOCfat!a New York before
lann to-day utid gavu a doxi-n or mace
rolicemen the llvelleat time they have
had In muny moona. The cauaa o! It
was a Texna atecr, which ranged
through aict.un thai boast of man.- liberty. Thl time he took the automo
weaithy and prominent families, nnd bile concern's rope and part of the ala
nRai the Welkin with lie frantic be!- I!on house fence. The thft of city prop-
Policeman Howling was about to re
lieve Policeman tichucfer of the K.ist
Sixty-seventh street station at Seventy
Unit atreel und Turk avenue shortly be
fore J o'clock when he heaid aome ort
of a snorting, usphalt-poundlng beaatt
"Somebody having trouble with his
aulomobubhlc," lie said. Hut the next
minute he bunged li s mind, for coming
at a wild lope vaat through Sovenly
flret sir. .! was a husky young steer.
The two policeman triad to head it off,
bUt it turned Into I'ark avenue and went
to Heveiuy-thlrd atreet.
There waa nothing In sight except a
big wrecking auto truck. It was com
mandeered, and Kd Hairett, the chauf
feur, waa told tu see If he C0UM over
taku the I tat ft
The animal wan wary, and made sev
eral laps around the Iron fence over
the tunnel between Seventy-second and
Sc euty-slxth treet before l'oliceman !
l'ltxpalrlck ran up and turned him
north. Th teer reached Seventy-ninth
atreet ahead of the auto and gave them
another cbaso around the iron fencea In
the middle of the atreet. Uaahlng Into
Seventy-eighth atreet, It narrowly
missed going headlong Into a big limou
sine lllled with men and women. The
last the police saw of them tbey were
KNOCKED DOWN, BUT JUST
WOULDN'T BE HOG-TIED.
The animal next took a sprint through
Madison avenue to Sixty-eighth street.
(hi time the autotruck waa loaded
with policemen, fully a doiefl being n
the chase. Including several afoot. Tha
steer ran rull tilt up the atop at No. t
Hart Sixty-eighth atreet and had hi
heud ag.ilnat the door before he decided
he couldu't get In.
The bellow and nota of the bovine
had boon glowing louder and loudor as
It waa preised by It., pursuers, and
when It fell l.aok from the atoop at No.
." and lit on It back the racket It made
aroused moat of tho residents of the
block. Lights were turned on, windows
i.alsed and thinly clad figures appeared
at some of the i jors.
The steer twitched to Fifth avenue
then, awakening people all along the
line. At Seventy-fourth street the po
ll emen In tho heavy truck ordeted th
chauffeur to rain their quarry. He did,
and the steer went down. One of the
ten cops who lumped from the machine
ald he was an old cow puncher and
after any illness by furnish
irtg nature the vital elements
of SCOTTS EMULSION
to repair body-vvaste create
rich blood, build physical
stTen2tb and raental vigor
EVERY FOSTOFFICE WITHIN FIFTY MILES OF
NEW YORK IS NOW A"LOFT" CANDY STORE
Anv of our
Special lor Monday , Ihe MO.
( II t II I. A I K H I I. V I s
TltlN(iBi !3e valu rlar
wbere. POt M BOX
Monday s Ottering
...in iv nil ab ii Tm ao J njri
.ab.a elaewhere. IOC
T!t II..M lurtlandt nnd lilMIl .tree! atore. open eterv evenlag liutll I I o'cloek.
l.rk Kim. iia m,fn i.,(MrdaT evening unlll 1 1 e'l leek.
64 BAKCLAY STREET
Cor. West Broadway
2 CORTLANDT ST.
Cor Church Street
Park Row Nassau gt
At City Hall Park
Tea neaH welakl la eaaa
would ahow them how to hog-tie the
He at himself down on th (tear's
head while efforta were made to get a
fwS from the truck. Thel was a serlea j
of a'.lll louder anorls an. I bel'ows, a
straining at powerful muscle and the
steer wa on his fret again.
Tne policeman had forgotten his cow
puncher da.va, for the steer, true to It
kind, had got up tall first, and dumped
him to the street, simultaneously II
kicked Policeman rfayler In the atoini'n
and fent him over to tha park wall to
r o er hia kraals.
The BOllMSMS piled Into the truck'
again and laid the chauffeur to hanJ
the licaat atiJther wallop, i'.arretl put
on all the power he had and a second
I low sent the steer over. Before it could '
ie-over a rope was tied to lis neck.
ROPED BUT NOT STOPPED, HE
It pulled the other end from the hands
of the policeman and ran another bloek.
The police overtook It again and after
aotac effort got It "hog tied" and threw
It bodily Into the truck, bellowing
louder than ever.
With policemen on the seat of the
n.a hine md a footgunrd consisting of
'there and divers curious clllxens. the
nnly procession went to the Kast tilxty
aeventh street station.
IJeut. Bowe ordered the teer tied to
the fence In front of the station houe,
and Its blatant distress soon had all the
firemen on duty at Fire Headquarters
next door out In t lie) street.
Howe telephoned to every abattoir In
the city, but no one had lost n yearllnc
ao they aald. About the time the last
one was heard from the steer recovered
hla wind and made another break for
erty was too much for the lieutenant.
When he saw the animal disappear
ing down the street with a part of the
fence and noticed what a bedraggled
appearance ome of hia bet dressed
men had. he ordered the reserves to
shoot the enemy.
Within a stone's throw of the elation
the yearling was ahot, and by this time
hss been converted Into fl rat-class beef
thst didn't coat the policemen a cent.
All efforts lo find where It came from
failed. The police say runaway steers
cause ao much damage the owners
seldom claim them. They have no idea
How much the steer did this mornina.
but heard one was running wild on the
we.t aide birforc thl one was discovered
east of the park, and huve no doubt
It was the same one.
About a year ago there waa a similar
chase of a bull from Klfty-nlnth street
and West Knd avenue over to Hroadway
and down to the Pennsylvania elation,
where It was shot. No one ever claimed
It because of the damage It had djne.
KILLED BY PRINTING PRESS.
Mnelrrn.t ear-Old nnth'a Head I
Crashed In Machinery.
Thomas A mad CO, a nineteen-year-old
press feeder employed In the plant or
the Head Print. ok Company. No. lot
Seventh avenue, was Instantly killed hv
one of the flat-bed pres"ea this after
noon. He waa working about the preaa,
which wa In motion, and stooped over
to pick up something on the Moor In alio
The movable bed of the preas. carry
ing the type, waa coming toward h.ai.
He was not quick enough In getting out
of the way and hla head waa cauirht be
tween the heavy bed and the buffer at
the end of the press.
The young man lived at Klatbus'i
avenue and Clark.'on street. Hrooklyn.
rrw Korhelle to Dance.
The annual dance and supper of the
Alumnae Association of the College of
New Ilochelle will be held at Del
monlco'a to-morrow night.
CASTOR I A
For Infanti and Children.
The Kind You Han Always Bought
FRANCrb H. LE6GETT & COHPAJiY
Specials will bo delivered by
Parcel Post within 50 miles from New York
by adding the following amounts to cover
postage on Candy and Containers:
1 lb. box 08 S lb. box 23
2 1b. box 11 6 1b. box .26
3 lb. box 14 7 lb. box 29
4 1b. box 17 8 1b. box .35
If desired, packages can be insured for 10c.
additional. Postal Note or Currency must
I Special lor Tuesday. Ibe 14th
ui ifiv lavas Vit a-Bn Sr- a f aaa .a.
KlMSthl SSc value elaewhere. I
rm mi box W
III II FHHION Ht'OAR I'KPrURVIINTH
and v in iwuMnHiai ;
Ml Mi BOX
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Bet. Beekman a Spruce Sts
286 W. U5ta STREET.
Just Est ol 8th Ave.
JUST WHEN HOPE
WAS GIVEN UP
I lad Begun lo Think that Noth
ing Could Fver Do
TONA VITA RELIEVES
Peter Kelly, of This City, Tells
How New Tonic Has
I lelped Him.
l xpcricnce la me i.cm icniner in i"
World), lint ai it, clinic it B Letter an I
cheaper In bOBOfll by I lie experience M
I nlhcr than In I c experimenting your i
netl ull Um time. Thai in nrsjr il ra Ton
Vila ssutiU pnMIn ttnlomtstv ol
I people who SStfn (Slscd I encfit (rum
I hg new rOple, I, na VitOi Ml that otncri
ran reap t lie harvest of their experi
ence. I'elcr Kelly, nf IMI Weal l-.'nil Street,
New Yurk City, miule the following
ntStOJSSSl after taking a bottle of thi
"I hail Keen nilinc for Mime years. I
ran not to u k thut I Itml lo keep to my
boo, I mi I waa ill enough to feel run
dn all the lime. I Iricl nil kinds i!
remedies without any faccont. For a
long time 1 realized that Ihe only nope
I had to inji y life ws In regain mf
hrnllli. Hut sijICC neither the ilocton
nor Ihe medicine afforded me any
relief, I jngt (nvt up hoping.
"A little while apo I rend about the
new Ionic Tina Vfln. and I pWOnHSW
One of it. The effect waa remarkable.
After the Rfot lew doocJ I bafSB lo feel
l.ct'er and lontiuucd In improve each
day. Now 1 can sleep well and can enjoy
what I cut. In fact I inn. for the first
tune in many years, gay thai my food
aitreea wit',, me.
"I mi longer suffer from that dull,
tired, listless feeling which I had
suffered from constantly since my illne-i
first liegan. 1 feel more vigorous and
energetic in mind nnd l.odv. nnd know
lhat 1 DBS NOfB twice as well na I used to.
"I know of several other people who
are taking this new tonic nnd who nv
hrnefiting by it greatly. !so far a I
am concerned, it is the best tonic that l
I have ever used, and the only thiuR
.1 . I ... i. A - o
lust mis ever ueipeu inc.
Many others who arc taking thla new
tonic have made limiiarstatcrarnta. These
people arc those who are afflicted with
the modern complaint, nervous debility,
which is the result of condition of tit
in the larger cities.
Owing to the strenuous rush of life
nowadays, over 73 per cent, of the
population of (rrater New York afe
afflicted with this complaint.
They have uneasy sleep, littlo am
bition and become easily exhausted.
They suffer with timidity, have no
initiative, are droopy and liatleee,
and have not enough self-reliance. Their
nerves are impoverished tu an extent
that makes tbcm imagine they ara ul
ering from various diseases. Thai in
nervous debility, and it is to conquer
this condition that Tuna Vita, the groat
national tonic, has boon put on the
Tona Vita is now on sale at all drug
gists in New York, and any worn
out, nervous man or woman who takes
this tome for one week wiM certainly
admit it is a wonderful preparation.
You can't got uny bet
ter sauce than this,
though you have to pay
much more for some.
STYLE f '
lOo PEll liOTTLE
At Grucera anil Delicatessen Store.
W. L. DOUGLAS
For style, fit and wear
W. L. Douglas shoes
are unequalled at the
price. They are the
st.it.anrd of quality
ft.orca in Greater tit Yofk:
ir Nuns-lit Sln-ft
no ii1 'N.i.11 nut st.
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