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uiiultt w uuliU, in JKBUiii, il AM U A A i lb, 1913,
Wrner Thrown Clear, but the
Overturned Car Crushes
the attention of PtsJtceman Tint at th
Uro uiyn riaa of the WllHameburt
UrlilKe about 5..10 o'clock this morning,
s A.itrtn.1 s v(r i oars o or. and
Rim a ilri.illv sjxske tn tier.
Hhf file I b' wIMered an.1 couH make
no intrlllirlble reply.' Hosn calloi an
I ambulance ind she waa takm to the
WIIIUmibl ItomiltaL There alie waa
inislilc to tell her namo jr anything
'AM Ml Slpefleslced a lapse of mem
orynot exactly aphasia." tha houae
The fOUIIf woman wore a MM tailored
suit. aSklsik hat ami black Velvet ahoea.
ra llulier. nlin Icon years old, of
at lit University aireot, Corona. I.
ft Vh ttlllei rtotardw afternoon whi n
MIutcmoMle, in which he waa rlillnn.
JM down nn i m;..itikin. at tho I : i y .
ld water tvuiKs, near Kliishlne;. The
ear waa driven by the owner, Adam
eMeHfrninn. twenty-four n-ara old. of
Jto. It ftyeamnra nvenuo, Corona.
r attto n rnK up a hill when a
iMafl on a htevel" heqan to descend. The
bUyellst atvercd toward the auto and
OBtelffman turned (sharply to avoid n
oollUIoi,, but the hleyi i waa atruck
and tta rider hailly Injured. The car
ttoen dashed down a fifteen-foot em
bankmcnt and overturnrsl.
Ohlelffman waa thrown clear of the
oar. but lluher win cii((ht under It.
He died on the way to trie flushing
Wo "Pita I
taken to tho hoepttol wltli a fractured
stVttll. M has not been Identified.
RAPS WILSON AND T. R.
AND SHOE MEN APPLAUD.
Mannhcturcrs of Fototgear Listen
0 Editor Smith,.-Who
I. ikes ( iavnor.
BURLEIGH WINS OUT
IN MAINE SENATORIAL
FIGHT, DESPITE T.R.
Democrat Leads in New Hamp
shire With Progressive
ne MM marry State ofTMee, waa Gov-
ernor from 1M to 1SH and" waa Id Opn
rets from till mi. having be n
defeated for re-eleollon in 1310.
HOLDUP MEN SHOOT CLERK.
then tVitt Assny nut re llon1'l
by Ibafltl mul ltriiat:-e.
OMCBNWICIt, Conn., .tin It -liar
Mlorham left hen- . t Itiblaag to Hrlv.
3 his Im ue ; 1 Wfl heats . ainf waa la
President-elect Wllst,:,.- f'nt of lira t lone,, of Leonard fcht-
li lent -elect Woodrnw Wilson waa
the mrbjoot of JBt by Joseph
ArfifHTA. Me.. Jan. 1 -Edwin Chirk
Ilurlelgb. who stent 17.11 to win the
Republican primary nomination for Sen
ator, his been elected, reoeMng the
bare M votea required. Senator Oerd-
Hmlth, an editor from Hovton, sptvaking 1(ri Democrat, received U votes, and
at the dinner of the N.ituwiaJ Boot and
Hhoe Manufacturers' Association at the
Motel Aator. Ilia listener', two hundred
shoe mumfarturera and offlccra of affil
iated concerns, laughed uiToarloualV at
Mr. tmMfc'l humor and gave indication!
of being m sympathy with the editor,
w"io declared that lov. Wilson waa
either a thick heed or a bone head, and
concluded by declaring he waa not a
Htnlth 1U0 took a ding at Theodora
Rons. It mid rroKress'.vea In general.
"Proareaatvs nr'rcss," he aald. "u the
The ninn .in the bloycle was I arquKt.oti Ot olTlce. There la also a
copious lasuo of pri'TT.r.sory notea tm
de, ina 1I0 In the Kingdom of Itaavon,
Oyster Iay or Trenton. Their exyurse la
onward and ii.nrl, whether by boot,
big stld, eT' thets, dynamite, ettorter
and uglier words or the I. W. W..
whichever you like."
"I come from Hoston. a city of or-
1 ganlr.id ak" he said. "Hut 7 hive a
I great reaped fur the old gentleman here
who reads end quotes Fplctelua, whom
I I i-.-uisldrr l't Mr. Dooley of the an
elamta, rinr Mayor doesn't quole lOplo-
tetus; he ainim '.Sweet Adellna
Mkn I' ill. iu 10 11, .1.1 Tastrah
I'lnnaea bye off 1 mlinnksifnt.
wur.T.TPSp'jna, ' n. )., Jan. te.-
Jlfberf Jj"wlr wm being driven to hla
Korrieln SumiiiU a enu in s taxlcab here
yesterday htn. at Criinhera street, he
uaiu the, obaaffaur that hi irauld walk
tm rem i ulng dlsl.ui e. The car was
topped on ii rlaaip ffradA, The etleWf
aar got out to open Hie door, but tho
kee fell'wl to h'd.l and ttm car
Thompson, Progressive, T,
The only effect tbe anll-Burlelgh tele-
grama MM by Col. Roosevelt and Sena
tor Dixon had waa to hold the Progres
Mr. Iturlelgti. who la In els seventieth
year, Is a lawyer and owner of the
Kennebec Journal, once tha property
of James ft. Blaine. In his early daya
Mollis Within Rleven Vote.
CONCORD, N, Mm J in. N- Henry F.
Hotlls, whose election aa Ranator 10
l.e'ng urged ny
who haa aent telegrama to DemOcratle
t'lembera of the Legislature, otime with
in eleven votes of election ycsles-do .'.
II. K. Hollla, Dem., 1; H B,
Qulnby, Hep, IN R. W. Plllalniry,
Itep., Hi Sherman 15. Hurrougha, Hep .
21: R. I. Haas. Prog.. IS; aeatterlng. 11
The Progressives aav they consider
themselves bound to vote for ag-OOV.
Haas until h releases them. Mr. Hasn
Is nilt of tosn, but M expected to ru
The Hepiihllear.a have appointed s
committee to consider the names of
candidates who might poll more votes
than those now In the field
ttorrn M. Merrweo ttend.
Rocco M. Maraco, one of the wealth
last and heat known Italians tn New
Tork, died yesterday at his home, No
J.13 Mott att cel. Ho was Vlce-Prealdent
of the Tlmo'ny D. Hulllvan AsaoeJatlon
ond of the Italian Savings Hank. Ho
was thrice a delegate to Democratic
National conventions. He Is survived
by a widow, three sons and four daugh
man, an trtist. when tin c men leaped
from the side of the rO;nl. While o:ie of
tho men Mood at tha hwse'a head ,tao
et'iers. both with drawn iiyolvr4
rnbod Into the waou Qcrharrt jutApO-l
out and one of the men Bred at hhb, tho
ImVet avtrlkl- ir him In the hip.
Apparenily fi Ightened b the rcrwvtol
the revolver, the men del. i:.eh.i-n.
0lerk In a r9t tObOgtOf dry go.xls houae.
h i I IN n bli Mofceta.
The aluwtltrg 'ari I attamptOd rohberj
were reported tn Mbe- lif i ' ! He
with aevernl deput es Breal m parsult of
the three men, who urn said to havu
gone m tlM dlrect'tin of II i irird.
PLAYS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
I'en tireel Went to Tre.enf shake-
Ireet, the Shake. pear'.an mot
il thf.it 'leal manager, baa prepared
a plan v'llch he aayi la reirsnled wl'h
I .v.ir by nieniliers of 1'ic Hoard of Ml
bkMon fir Ihe presentation of Shake
spearian playa In tha New Tork public
1 I'ng to h's scheme the porfornv
anees will be educational In thetr aim
r "r than for the purpoae of enter-
1 nen' He thinks the plays could
I at a coat ot ten centa for
bfhOM children, elih a allghtly In
creased rate for patent and frlenda.
There Is need .if a sin. ill endowment
to guarantee the projector ,of tho
. lie nu aguli M ;i"isnn.il loss while It
Is In an e; , -itnentat stait" Mr.
tlreet hupps lie may be able to Influence
public aplrtted people to MbMlAd the
WILL PAPE'S DIAPEPSIfl REALLY -CURE
MY STOMACH TROUBLE? YES
If your stomach is sick, sour, gassy and upset
you can surely get relief in five minutes.
Four. slrk. upset stomach. I nicest! on.
hcartl'iirn. dyspepsia; w hen the fiirl yott
in! ferr-ent. into (tsaee ami stnlilwirn
IttMp . oiir In-ail eTMl anil you feel sirk
ami miserstile. tlwt'l when you realize
I lie nagii' in I'ape's linpepsin. It makes
slunoit h ilislress go in live minutes.
If your stoinni !i is in a continuous re
volt il you can I gel it regulated, please
for your sake, try i ,p. 1 hi It's si
neeilles. to havo a bail atoiusrh"-make
ftur raxstsmeal a favorHe food MtM
lake a little liararrsia. Tbero wfll asstkl
any ilialress rat without fear, Il'a bal
sues I'aao'a IHapepai "really doW
r'Kiiiste a rag. , onr-ol -order at
that gives it lf reillmns of sales snnuaJj
(Sri a Ir.r, 'fifiy rent ease of Papot
1 1 . p. p-in from auv drug store. It kl tka
iiui ki si, , ureal .toraach relief and van
know n. It srls almost like mafic It iff
a ienlifir, hartniesa and delight! al prapo
ration w l e Ii 1 rulv helnngs in every boaa
FOR DANDRUFF, FALLING RAIR OR
ITCHY SCALH5 CENT "DANDERINE"
Save your hair 1 Danderine destroys dandruff and stops
falling hair at "once Grows hair, we prove it.
otOJ-ted down lull. It went through
an opening In the wall at Murrls street
and tumbled down V twenty-ftve-foot
ombankment. The Oar waa totally
wrecked. Fowlor, badly iiurt, waa
taken to a bo.pitnl. then noma,
The shoe manufacturers worn of the
nplnon thai the attitude of t.'ongross to
Ihu tariff Is dangerous to the Industry.
PRETTY WOMAN "LOST"
HERSELF IN BROOKLYN.
.A Vell-H: es)o.l, brown-haired woman
f about. Inwaulg yuais uf age attracted
If yon rare lor heavy hair, that 'out fast,
glistens witli beauty and it radiant If your hair has been nei'lecled nnl
with life; has an incomparable softness is thin, failed, dry, scraggy or too oily.
and is fluffy and lustrous you must use
Oandenne, because not lung else accom
plishes so much for the hair.
Just one application of Knowlton'a
Danderine will double the hsjauty of
your hair, betides it immediately dis-
, solves every particle of dandruff;
Kit re Hah INilaon liy Mistake.
HARTIMlin, Conn.. .Tan. ll-Thruugh
the confusing of a physleian'a medicine 1 cannot hove nice, heavy, healthy hair
with a poisonous mixture. Robert Han. if you have dandruff. This destructive
nlng, the Infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. scurf robt the hair of its lustre, its
liert Tannin of No. t;i Harden street, 'strength and its very life, and if not
died in agony late . i.uday In the ' overcome it produces a fevrrishnesa ami
Hartford Hospital. Where he was rashes itching of the sculp; the hair roots fam
when Ml rnlstako was discovered. ,,h 0,rn ,, dic; thp h,ir (n,
don't heailnle, Imt get a tli rent liolll
of Know Hon'. Danderine at anv drui:
store or toilet counter, apply a little as
lirecten anil ten minutes after von will
say this win l!m best investment you
We UCCroiy believe, regardless of
evarything eltc ndvertisrd, that if you
Irsire solt, lu.trous, lieautiliii luiir and
lots of it no dnndruff no itching scalp
and no more f illing hair you must use
Know lion's Danderine. If eventually
why not now? A ii cent bottle will
truly amaie you.
' " T AU yO MOBILES. j AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES. AUTOMOBILES.
Why The Studebaker Corporation
will buy Goodrich Tires
for their new "35" and "36"
Goodrich Tires will be the equipment for the 'new "35"
and "36" Studebaker cars.
All because these tires were proved the best of five
leading makes selected for one of the mo9t severe dura
bility tests that could be devised.
Under the direction of the consulting engineer of The
Studebaker Corporation, a special machine was built in
which the competing tires were run under conditions
which duplicated tfrose of hard road running bumps and
-anc the Goodrich won
Its tough tread and Goodrich Unit Construction stood
the harassing ordeal so much longer than the other tires
in the contest that any question which might have existed
was decisively settled.
and The Studebaker Corporation
placed its order for 1913 on the
results of the victory
Certainty, not chance quality, not price therefore,
decided the tire equipment of the new Studebaker cars.
The manufacturers knew that no matter how carefully
and how accurately they might make every part of their
machines, only by means of tires of ultra-durability could
they give the buyer full assurance of satisfaction.
They selected the Goodrich Tires without regard to
price, because their own test proved that these tires gave
the maximum of efficiency.
The New Electric Automobiles
The latest models of electric vehicles are now on view at the
many Show Rooms along Broadway, the Turkish Room of the
Waldorf, and the Automobile Show at the New Grand
The electric is the ideal car for city use, the number in New
York City last year increased 40
In New York City Electric Vehicles are Sold by
Anderson Rlwtrlc Cnr Co- (Detroit Klec
Uir) Kroadway nnilVotli St. (FMtsMgsJf
and t omuieri'ial)
Atlantic Vehicle Co In0 Broadway
linker Vthlcla Co- ITDS Broadway (I'as
setifter nml CofBHMfdftH
Iliillsln I lei trie (John Wanamnlccr, AircnM
OKMMlsTBa anil Aator I'lm r (I'asseiuriT)
Champion i'.ln trie Vabjcla Co- MM Will
iam Si reel (CoraaMKwU
Otamareta Traeh (' of America no
Church-Plaid Motot Coropany -(C. H.
Korlli, AucutSoCliuri liSt (l'asiiKer)
Couple (iesr Co. tlOi llruiulway (Com
mercial) Field F.lectrlc Bio Co AO Church St
Flanders Flrclrlc (llnll ( ImiidlerCo Airts)
llroadway and Atfth SI . (I'.issenner)
C.eneral Motors Tftiei Co 840 West 0th
General Velncla Co Ml Fifth Ave (Com
mercial) llonley Co 1.54 Rrnsdway (Passenger)
Hupp Vents Kltutfla Car Co IWHI brand
way (I'asseiiKer and Commercial)
International Fritrhle Co-Mft Mk At MM
Lanaden Co 1T84 Broadway (OuNtW)
Rauc ft Laos MM Broadway (Patv
Studebaker Bros Co of M V Broad wot
and AMh St (Paascnsrar and Commercial)
Walker Vehicle Co 30 Char oh St (Com-
Ward .Motor Vehicle Co CooooH rs
ami Kaet liSrd St (Comraardal)
Waver ley Kletflc (Pooraaar Motor Car Co
Aijentt) 1091 llnssdway (Faaaeosrer)
The New York Edison Company
At Your Service
55 Duane Street Phone Worth 3000
Branch Office for the Convenience of the Public:
1 26 Dclanccy St.
Orchard 19 GO
124 W. 4 2d St.
839 Third Ave.
27 E. 125th St.
362 E. 149th St.
Automobile Bureau: 124 W. 42d St
100 branches and service stations and
innumerable dealers, everywhere, cart
now supply you with this new Safety
Tread in any site and to fit any rim.
The B. F. Goodrich Company
57th Street and Broadway, New York
fi- SF f5e srr. sbw
asi is s)i isPTrsaraFaesreaisewe.rsja.
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