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TBI IT1NIN0 WOULD, WUDKESDAT, JAHTXARY 15, 1913.
Chain of United Manners Stores
TO MEXICO TO AID
Denver With Force of Marines
Heads for Acapulco, Where
Rebels Ace Active.
To Polish Us Uncouth Americans.
WAWmWlTOH, Jan. ! -Tin
tnvr hM baan udid frooi Baa
DtasTo, Cat., to iUapuloo, Mmam utinu
a mrtf sttaa41ci I rportWI Mth
Aaorloaaw In aanr So will aafl to
morrow and should arrlv at th Mati
an port In about four days.
OMnmamlair WaaMrcton ha about no
bnanl an1 about a ramparty of
Oovarnmanfa Aarlaton to sand a
to protaft American Hv and
avaparty waa raarhad aarty to-day attar
tnp report of the activity of a
band under Julio Radlllo had been
td tbroueh Ambassador W I toon at
City. Consul Bttwarda at Art-
aaloo had tuci't rA that Inaamaob oa
(be afxlcan FVlrals war unaM to
protect Americana and tha Maxlo&n
aommandar of In lown hail admitted
fcl inability to retnforco tha trsrrlsoa,
a warship sbouM ba aant
Tha laet report from Arapuloo aalu
adttlo'a men ware opanaUnc In the
aeuntry there and that rafuaaaa from
direction war pourln- Into the
which la one of (ba moat Im
portant Msslnan porta on tha Pnctflo.
Depradatlona and atrnrltlaa by tii ap
proaching rebel baJ.it wrr rportd.
Americana and oth.r foralsrxia will
da taken aboard tha Danver when ah
reachea thare If they ao dealra. Tha
Dsnvcr la the nearaat ahlp to tha dan
POOR ITALIAN BARON
GETS $1,000,000 F
Franchetti's Sister-in-law Asks
Court to Deprive Him
M. de Cattellane Seymore,
a French Critic, Shout
the Correct Movement
in Tipping One'e Hat
to a lady Alio Illus
trate How Not to Per
form the Ceremony.
He Civet Lettont in Car
rying a Cane, Behavior
at a Wedding and What
to Wear on Occationt,
Betidet Other Stunt t
Intended to Refine the
arnn t.copoM Franchsttl of Home,
who niHrrlad th heaullfiil All. Hall
tfr. ,.i daughter of Hi mulll-mllnVin-Tra
t h 1 1. ill r.'plat. Adolph tlallaartn.
Waa ir infirmcd from a needy nohla-
.in to the poaaeaaor nf .10n,iuft truat
run.l tbf n ileulalim handed down hy Stir.
sst p"rler to-day. The It run comaa
etat mum. Hair inaaaaalnn of tha fund
I'rnated In fiver of hla wifa hy her
i t liar manr ar ago. Tha prnpertv
i.vniv, i haa Inrrewed In value until
now It la wnrih nearly fl.OOO.OM)
Adolph llallcarten net aalde ajm.iWI
worth liLa aetata, !n the form of two
I KM"" funila fin HI dnuxlitera AaVe and
Elranor. who married ii Harr von Kir
panfala nf Herlln. Th ilaufhtera waia
Ivan the power nf dlapoalne; of their
eharea upon their dratha. If there were
children, tb wtll provided that th prin
cipal of the truat waa to rn to them.
Barotitis, ITranchettl died without laaua
after making her wUI In New Tork In
law, and by Ita terina bequeathing her
entire aetata to her huaband. Her wtll
waa probated In Home, where aha waa
Heine; at tha time of her death. Utter
Actuary letter were laaued to Paul
St. Wartrurg for property In New Tork
Once again, a French critic, and lec
turer on our atuptd and Ignorant and
brutal dreae and manner In America.
Once, twice, three tlmea! llonteequleu,
Pouqularea and now Castellan Baymore.
Ie Montqialsu "read pap re" at tha
teaa of tha wealthy and generoua. Fou
qulve gtvea ''oonfaranosa " in theatres
with picture of the nobility of Uurnpe
in maaquarada roatiamea, shown In col
ored view et p) per. But ( 'aatallana
Sevmore haa a chain whirl, might ba
celled "United Mann era Htorea" from
Atwmtlc to Pacific, only be oaile them
Acailamlea da fas on.
There. If you like' the etherlal and
straiapsay lovely iaxner of the Caatel
lane Heymore brand, you can get it by
the ounce, which la to aay you may be
taugn' no i in ray on your glee in a
raataurant, and yen, "Hay, waiter!" er
In wholeeal bu, even tncluiblng how to
dreaa and walk up tha alata and amile
t the bride at your own wedding.
Not even one who moral through our
vulgar atmosphsrs with the lacompar-
. grara of M. da CaeteUana Heymore
ran ba In ail tha abyama and aaatoaUa
The aooountlng of tha New Tork I Af
JPauranr and Truat Company, ear utnr
wf the estate, nam up for Judical
before the Surrogate. Krau
enfele aurprlaed the Haron'a family
tor filing objections to his i taVm Tha
awpsstlon wag based on the Uiyt.ry that
ba law of Italy should govern tha die
astasia of tha Baronsas's estate.
Under tba Roman law tha Baron enuld
dBase been out off, as hla wife neglected
aa oonxply fully with tha Konuui B
p drawing ap bar will. But tha will
waa drawn In New York, where the
swan's tnt create wars tuHy provided
Car under (he terms of the will. The
pari up at diaantsaad the objnrajona
JACK JOHNSON'S BONO
STANDS DESPITE FLIGHT.
Court Holds There Is No fcvidenoe
to Show the Pugilist Intend
ed to Bade Trial.
OKuCAUO, Jan. I Jack Johnson will
not he deprived of hla liberty lircauaa of
his departire for 'anada Mo idav nlgliL
Vsderal Judge ('arpenii r to-day refupas I
Ike motion uf Kcih ral tuthoritlaa to set
aablc the puglllat'a BOOdl of PtM and I
jalt hi in a a fugitive from Justice lo
await trial on tin charge of violating
th Mann whMe aljv act
The bondain.ui on Johnson's lA.itti bond
on the charge of an itPghaUJ nurreudercil
him, uuwtrvrr. and the puglllai waa
glvsn two daya at liberty to set an
other bond. Hla attorney, T)svld Hach- 1
raoh, said he would produce It In ruurt I
to-eoorrow morning or Hstuiday
f 5MAKT AteC.
awampa of fhle great but deplorably
benighted country at once.
M do I aatallana St.) 'more, therefore.
goea about lacturlng to hla pupils "t
long Intervala, and awert and preli
and beautiful male persona of hla oho
Ing "amplify" until he romna again.
HE GIVES THE GAME A START
BEFORE HE GOES.
"Of coume," he admlta with a charm
ing effort to get down to the level B
Am mi hearers, "when 1 am In a city
and delivering my tulks before the
branch academy, believe me, I am Hie
whols cheese; but when I am gone my
managers shall fly about among the
cltlss In their districts, elaborating and
complstlng my work."
The latest censor of the brutal Ameri
can behavior and dress lias evun
thought of starting a curreapondems
sohool, by which, fur Instance, a Kin
tlsman who has stepped on tha train
of a lady's dinner gown can arm! a
special delivery latter to the neurem
academy and gat back by parcel post I
document tailing him what to do next.
He la also negotiating for moving pi
door and rroaaed the country. San
KrandBco, slnkhols of rudeness, pie is
write.) Hla full name, Incidentally, as
joint. 1 on his card of csnvss-grslned
. Schaefelysky de Mukkadel da
"I have found ao many men who have
been eiiceasfut In bualneaa and In tha
professions who lo not know how to
act whap thalr monotsrv sue'ess lead ; rmirlev
them Into unfamiliar aurroiinilltiK"
They write to m for private leseon.
On sataeg to me with an Invitation I
ik wedding breakfast. 'WhPtJUj tils
thing?' ha asks. 'What shall 1 wenr,
how shall 1 go In? Win g shall 1 conn'
nut? What ahall I aay? Help me, or I
am loat.' Ah, there are so many auchl
"I IPPlriWli for Instsnre, In the cere
mony of the hat and the cane."
JUST HOW NOT TO TIP YOUR
In the narrow and prosaic llmlta of
The Kvenlng World reception parlor
Mi t'ounl proceeded to a demontri
tlon of the "ceremonies of the hat."
Klrat he llluatrated the usual American
atrocities agaltiat lie ritual of aalutlng
a lady In the afreet.
He classified them. No. 1 waa that of
"The l,nro," who strides past the
lady, contorting one side of his face and
nodding Jerkily and pushing his list
barely half an Inch from his forehead
No. ! Is thst of "The Fellow Who Is
Not 1'ief i res ..,',.. ! lacks tlia
eh genii ( m all ne, lioklng
ttMlghi shessLand llfu hi tat with tb
abrupt t"i ff. c in uf monkey
kttoeigi t pehhles tllrupn to a hiri-l-orgsn
fhtn, frPPHentlv not Iduchlits toe
lis' ont I aril at Si Ihi lal one No. X
pa tb Mfmari ti v who nrta hit
htl with a IS; Sep sol h .bis it upsMs
down "like a imn ettfttrlbtMlun" Phlla
b I i Ing at Hi" lad'
And. theft, ,it last, wi The nt ''
man." Ah' Soft mns'c ir.ia, pro
fe,or! (Something lik. Koslltng Hot
irr(1lr" or th- 'Murtn ir t Mi Msld.n
hair Ftftl." Vi, )gg, Thgril w,n'i Th
r?OUPt drifted past ha Interilewer.
w ifted hla bat aide and held It ctown
UP Willie he dlaplnyed trhal he railed the
"stiajilelon Of a smile." 'a show of In
terest, ' and btrnjiid the rsvepttott room
partition. Thus ended the dream like
f.niav. It urn too soon over litiitilli
from another eornrr came ttie growls of
s pe-son In a array swi itet asking the
K ruing World to bring In- wlfg b.ick ,
he mm. shn li.l left bin lifter be hud
beaten her oiilv twice in six gMHIlhS i msthefnatl
and be needed the money she mad by t inslaPMiw
taking In w sailing be. ause lie had lout
his Job on a truck.
WHEREIN THE COUNT RECEIVES
. A CRUEL SHOCK.
Klainlaalng th Interruption airily, the
fount told of the awful ttld k In had in
the street yesterday. It aeetnt-d to g!
, him qiialma of th tummy tvn lo ts-
, c. II It.
"1 saw s msn walking with a wotnin
! In Broadway. It wss apparent that they
could afford the mo' expensive Hut
i that man had a dark green hit He had
a hlua overcoat A'.d, mv dear air, he
had brown trousers. How can one do
Th Count himself was wearing a
fxwn colored overcoat and a hat of tlie
I same shade, but fusnler. "Now, If my
I cost were black." he explnlned. "I could
permit myself to wear this hat. ftlark
goes with anything. Itut 1 could not
possibly wear a black derby with this
coat. It must be harmonious So feu
here understand It! Ah, well. It may be
' liNirned In time."
And August Schaefeiyaky de Mukkadel
d l'jtcllnne Seymore floated, smoke-
Ilka to the elevator and, smiling radiant
went down In the car. The
room seemed gloomy when he had gone.
HERETO PUZZLE COLLEGE.
Rrxhestfl Boy, Albert V (jamble,
t.i Mi iv, i uliimhia How to
DO Sums. '
Albert a (ramble, i RocmWaW, N. Y.,
;gh school fioy who, without papar or
prn'll, n glv th anrwer alniost as
mm ss be heirs sny mathematical protv
!i in ststed, is IK town f show his pajes
In the nrofeisnri at Oolumhla ITnlver-
tlhen esn tll Imtantly how many
aseOPwl vou hav lived If you tell him
PPwI ag In ears and fractions of year
He can add up frowning masses of fig
ure aa ppon as be sees them, and can
divide, multiply and subtract with equal
f,ir:1ltv. The Cot ambit pr,, feasors ar
i t bis strain' gift.
The boy was not awnre himself of his
,1 senilis until b" gave an
ins ,ui.we, i , a knotty proh-
1. m nrolsiundl t ny tn superinienueoi
or the nfnVe ill Will ll ne whs worai is
during the aiimnier vscatloti. It to ik
l.kkeeper halt an nour io
,llem Albert solved off-
Simple Herb Quickly Relieves
This Dread Disease
Avoid Soothing Syrups
Cin YotT Co..k bj Ntfurt's Mitkod
'.eo-tof'r hern rentdd In
et.lr lv.; held out to the t
to ieln Ihrlr Jean bj rtrii
axrabls, ami las
flirted BM Sg
'"A SlaB reeently iBSWISISi in Motkn. ealled
niaSatnl llrrb, OSS l"n fsSSa IS le a BSltlM In
tleTn.lm.i'l ..t Ul.ltM, ,,,.l.l -wtu.1. th.
aislfi" gnwIW ".l ouar, n-ierlns lg.r and
USaiS "afK&JS rwnol, etMSN Ifet
i ati.nt IS ""i arasaasns, M u ai t
trataWd ewej, sltMa . sw fsd jrsr IL
"ill mail lb Bri s lrluur for 2fte. with
EL VJffL at sesnsl '"hi- ETB dlltle roe.
tainni latest 'li ltU and eirtwirs tan of f.iej
tshMk gWsa pajmuea 3 sun-li sod uaar irar
ImloHmte.! In Cl anrnWH i;".
ir atflK-tol fr'eiKlt till" off'T and ead
i.. t i II nit le-aatr: a.ore-i
rilKMil At. en.. Hoi AK,' Whiaiey I'ulnt.
THE BEST WAY TO
CLEANSE THE BOWELS
A tauatlvo r bm of Any ri value muit
Jn mors than rlenn out tht howtla.
'ir a Ini nalta arr bad. bfcaunn after t.r.
Ina thrm tha patient la mora conatlPMied
than ever. m
Th Ideal Invatlve mil MmirJ purlflrr U
Frtnla. a wotvltrfiil .Itucovery thut etntly '
" lean out the MMmach and bowela without '
robblna thm or their valuable dlaeatlv
lul ee. and tit tha xama time tonea uu the
I'Hrtola i- Nnowtl aa tha doctor In randv
form and la pleaaant to t.tke luat the
thlna to ftlv the . hlldr. n.
9 19Pi 1 boxea. or trial alxe l ftn
or "nd " to
10 Sevonl Avenue. N-w
Btiv Bond .Irii
IA RTuI A CO
The Liver is the
Road to Health
Blood Purifying Pills
Ktrellr t f'O Coli"tijiltlon and aa irHlt
, rreit.lv. ,f nil dl'-der at th. llr. .loniaefi
au.1 blend They itriiwe HM ayslesi m all
larmtus sad nttaaaj rii)n and im
.line s health and clear remnleltaa
,nd sweet hreath.
Hoi at ,1l I'llla. 2.V It for St. OA.
trial Slie. tor.
it MsVaf (orra or by mail
mi tin ratfl mkiw ink ro
-IOO Meal Ultd Mt New Vara.
The danger in using soothing syrup
ami pairni mruicinrs iur cougos and
ci. KIs lies in the fact that they ao nftrn
contain drugs and opiates. These
deaden th functions instead nf sup-;
plying the healing ingredient that '
tur films for the brnetlt of those who assist Nature to throw off the grrnia I
bav not the fine education, to under- I that cause the trouble.
To secure immediate relief and In
break up the must sever cold inside a
single day, shake together in a bottle :
a couple of ounces of glycerine, eight
minces of whiskey and half an ounce of
Virgin Oil of Pine, and take a teaspoon
ful every four hours. This is a natural
remedy and entirely harmless.
Any druggist can supply you with
genuine Virgin Oil of Pine, which
i nines only in scaled half-ouure vials
in wooilen cartons bearing the label of
The Leach Chemical Co.. Cincinnati
attand his lovely lsnguiigc.
The fount hs low-browed per
sons call htm "count" because thy
cannot remember hla name eeys that
he cam to thla country hy th back
T. H. Is satisfied to b th holding party.
Lilacs and pan! are abloom In Neteong. Natcong Is In New Jersey.
Trad Item say ostrich plumes ar In demand, but that Isn't an oddity.
Police and Pre horses la Philadelphia are to gat two weeks' vacation next
8tamahlp t'ambrlan struck and cut In two a sleeping wmale that carried no
Kngtlsh speaking policeman ar to be placed on th principal atreet corners
Rapid transit Is progressing.
In one day.
Forty-two speeches were made before th board
Boston Insisted In yesterday's election upon having something to drink with
Orange County onion growers are
reduction on their product.
making a strong protest against tariff
OltorNPH FOR DIVORCE. Plturbursjb woman say four yeuis Is long
enough to Uv with any man.
Mud is ao deep In Whlppany. N. J., th nw school has had to b closed, but
the children aren't complaining.
Swiss prisons ar ao overcrowded prisoner ar lodged In cellars of ths loan
halls. Might use the wereulpa of their Justly celebrated navy.
Member of the Belgian Chamber baa made th same apeerh on the ConauUr
aervlc annually for thirteen years Rffect has bsen uniformly the same.
York. England. Magistral haa promised the town's twentv drunkards H
afrirce If they aro not srrested In 1913. They're nil . half month to the good now
Wl. UPSET? GASGARETS GREAT!
Tltail awful aMi.rntaa. lM-lchintf nf arid and foul aara: that nam in I lit nit nf th
! i .( I LI ! al II i
Th Court held that Inasmuch aa John- ' stomach. ID neartnurn. oervnusneaa, nausea, nioauug aiier rating, leniiig oi iuii-
ness. ittatinrss anil sirs nrauacnes, means vour aiomacn is iuii in sour ana -your
eon bad obtained tin- consent of his
bondsman to leave the Htate ant had
Shown evidence "f h a Intention of r
Upmlng, there waji no necessity for
"The defeudsiH'r ., rtitrl ltie are
wall Wnoan." ml, I luJge (Sarpenter,
"and the fact tliai in- shlpiirtl hla two
s it in files to lNili".1a In a-lvm.'e s
net en vi" i nvl hint Jumping
hip i. m I.
Mrs. Wam i.i llrtrrlck III.
Mrs. Margsret A Itsterlck of Monl
rlali, N J., dld at the liouao of her
atster. Mrs. Mary cttsvenaon, at Ueorge-
O.. last Sunday. Mrs. Helerlrk.
i was elghty-thre yaars old, waa th
is of Dr. a. B. Heiei'ick. Mr. Hat-
art r It will be burled from Irvtngcroft,
(he home of her grand. laughter la Mont
giar. to-morrow afternoon.
liver ia torpid -your bowels conttiitril It isn't your stomach's (suit it isu't
indigestion it's biliousness and roifstipation.
Try Cascarcti; they immediately sweeten the stomach, remove the sour,
undigcaled and fermenting fond and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver
and carry off the constipated waste mailer from I lie IniHrla. Then your stomach
trouble is ended. A ('sscarct lo-iiiglit Iralgliteu yotl out by morniiiR.
"CASCARSZTS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP I
OwinR lo the Krent demand
for the set of picture.
given FREE with copies of
the Sundsy World those
entitled: "The Old Mill
Pond," "Evening in the
He rk. shires," and "The Cozy
Corner," more pictures of
the same set will h:
Given Free for Coupon
n Next Sunday's World
"The Old Mill Pond"
From Painting by P. R. KokUr.
A picture shut appeals to
th.; heart the old mill at
sunset and a glimp.se of the
mill-pond and orchard.
From FainUnt by P. RKokkr.
As evening falls, the dis
tant church begins to fade in
purpling mist. The children
romp in from the fields and
the chickens come home to
"The Cozy Comer"
From Painlint by Frank . Millet.
.striking pfetilN of I'ri.s-
i ,11a in the aolmnsy t tinier.
ii cup of tea baskfo her and
thiec rosy apples rosating on
Printed in Colors on Fine Quality
Paper, Suitable for Framing.
ORDER NEXT SUNDAY'S
WORLD IN ADVANCE.
James McCreery & Co.
34th Street 23rd Street
FURNITURE, BEDS & MATTRESSES
$50,000.00 Worth Of
Quaint Arts and Cralts Mission Furniture,
made ol solid quartered white oak, limed to a nut
brown finish, trimmed In copper; chairs upholstered
In goatskin leather.
Special Dining Room Suites
Sideboard, with plate rail; China Closet has
two dtiors; Extension Table is 48 jnches in diameter.
Chairs art; finely modelled, having slip seats. Suite
of 8 pieces. Regular price 179.00. 100.00
English Arts and Crafts model, Sideboard
having one large linen drawer ami three smaller
drawers; China Closet; Extension Table is 54
inches in diameter. Chairs finely modelled, having
slip seats. Suite of 8 pieees. 1 3800
Regular price 242.00.
Massive English Sideboard, 72 inches long,
large linen drawer, two silver drawers. China
Closet, with 2 glass panelled doors. Extension
Table is .54 inches in diameter. 6 Dining Chairs
and 2 Dining Arm Chairs. 1 67.00
Regular price 296.00
200 Lurge, Roomy Arm Chairs and Arm
Rockers. Luxurious, deep - .seated leather
cushions. Regular price 15.00. 7.50
BEDS, MATTRESSES AND SPRINGS
150 Fine Brass Reds with 2 inch continuous
tubing, heavy filler rods, bright or satin finish, best
English lacquer. All sizes. 1 500
Fine Mattresses made from Black Drawing
Horsehair, in piaiu or fancy ticking. Weight, full
45 pounds. For double size bed. 3000 each
Size for twin beds. Regularly 25.00. 20.00 each
Upholstered Box Springs
ticking; superior construction.
in plain or fancy
James McCreery & Co.
On Thursday, January 16th
y OF HIGH CLASS FURS.
Hudson Seal Coats, full length 135.00
Caracul Coat s. 45 inches long 55.00
Caracul Coals with Ermine .ollar and cuffs.
formerly 125.00. 85.00
French Seal Coats, full lengUi 57.50
French Seal Coats with Mole or Ermine collar
and cuffs. formerly 125.00, 95.00
Persian Lamb Coats. 30 in. long. . .13500
Persian Lamb Coats, with Skunk collar and
cuffs. 30 in. long. formerly 235.00. 185.00
Pony Skin Coats with Raccoon collar and cuffs.
formerly 95.00, 65.00
Marmot Coats with Raccoon collar and cuffs.
formerly 95.00. 65.00
Fur Lined Coats in Black and Mixed Fabrics.
formerly 42.50. 29.50
Natural Raccoon Muffs 1650
Natural Raccoon Scarfs 1250
Pointe'd Fox Muffs.
Pointed Fox Scarfs.
Persian Paw Muffs 695
Persian Paw Scarfs 2.95
Remaining stock of Children's Fur Sets and
Fur Carriage Robes, at large concessions from
WAISTS AND MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Lingerie and Voile Waists, effectively trimmed
with dainty laces and embroideries.
value 1.75 to 4-00. 1.35. 1 .95 to 2.95
Brocaded Silk and Stripe Habutai Silk Waists,
Robespierre models. value 3.95, 2.95
Large assortment of Waists, including Voile,
Marquisette, Linen, Chiffon and All-over Laces,
at moderate prices.
Gowns of Nainsook, trimmed with dainty em
broidery, tucking or lace and beading with ribbon,
value 1.25 to 5.95. 95c. 1 .50. 1 .75 to 4.75
Petticoats of Fine Cambric, trimmed with em
broidery flounce ami lace.
value 1.25 to 6.95. 85c, 1.35. 1 .95 to 4.95
Corset ('overs in various styles, neatly trimmed
with Valenciennes lace, insertion, embroidery and
beading. 50c. 75c. 95c to 1.95
value 75c to 2.75
Drawers of Fine Cambric, trimmed with lace
aud embroidery. 50c. 75c. 95c to 1.95
value 75c to 2.50
Gowns of Sheer Nainsook with low neck, fin
ished with dainty hand-embroidered scallops and
hand-made eyelets with drawn ribbon. 150
Drawers of Nainsook, hand-embroidered. 95c
Chemises of Nainsook, hand-embroidered in
dainty designs and eyelets. value 2.50, 1 50
Notwithstanding the advance in the cost of
material ami labor, we continue to offer the same
Sorosis value in
WOMEN'S 3.50 SHOES
In addition to the large range of Standard
Models, several new Spring Styles are now on sale
34th Stxoct 23rd Stri