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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, ltlS.
PARI IN THEFT OF
Before His Death He Wrote
Letter in Which He Named
Two Hearst Newspaper Men.
HIS BROTHER TESTIFIES.
letter Tells Sen (on tti Being
Qutaed in Capftol bj Al
leged AjfOiii of I xlit: r.
WAAHINOTOX. Jan I -A written
arknoe ledgnii nt purp.ii ling t have
heen elgiietl lijr liarl Slump, on Am.
1, IMS, that he dlspoeed of certain
Men-la i OM letters to Mr. Cliamber
Ish." mnt "Mr Mnnn)r" t ta Nw
York ISBrBwl 'r a wne1.Ierat.an. wii
ptareit In gtrMaflM to-day befnre the
Penaie t'amn.ilsi Contribution I'om
mltlee i" ' ! ga Htiupaj, ., brother of
t'herlee, Ue..ige MtOTH s 1 M he Hot hie
"aeeithrr n aigi, II" p I' T -in l wlinesaett
ii Mn it.
Th latvnii "I follow
"Nee York. Aug I. INK.
r,'T . lime. .u Mroadwar, Saw
"Daar 5H I MersB) r nffm the atala
I mrnt mart In m i that ertiin letters
ifrlvil bv J I' An li.'ld. ami.i.g torn,
i lallara Ir Im lair Senatnr Manna and
I Hanator y.is' weia tlleo,el nf '. ma
. in Mi Ohainreilum ami Mr. Moon ay of
the New York .Inunsl. for VMM I F9 I
irlted a rofialdii atlnn. ami Dial Mr.
Mahliotd'a lefei-lio .as aria temopra-I
illy filae1 in Ihe hen'la of tba aama I
' party for rarnlnall..ii ami for which I '
aim received a onanist aticii In writ- I
liig you tbla Irtlar, It ta with Ihe nn
ilerstsnitlng hnl Ii la nut In any ay
to l.i- uaod lu Incriminate mi. Youra
Signed I "i MAUI.I..1 W. STI Ml'
! "Witnessed by Oetirge II. Mi imp and ,
Kird M..hr Jr."
1 (Ivors Mump testlfled lo-da that tha
jaiatemonl aa praparad In tha tXandard
Oil Naw York office, aflar an Inlarvlaw I
i iiidwi him, hta brother and Karatow. I
It waa ilgnsd. ha said, at tali hrothar'a
I l.omr. and Mohr waa not present wlisn
(e.ther the wltnaaa or his brothar signed '
SCHWAB'S NW FINDS:
BIGQEST ORE SUPPLY
AND A MINDREADER.
Hethlehoni btefl Cuinpiiiv Will
Wnn It- Own ship.- to Chili
Hiychotofbl l i Count.
fharlee M. Krhtvah of Ilia llethlelirni
tel "ii;ni.an. n Min ns fiurn MtNVSS
tii.ilj nn !ir N.iMli OBrlflSS t.l'itil I ner
Kal Wllhcl n II. MM of negotiation
In ,I.BJgSI hrtweeii h'.a r.impiiiiy an I a
Tram i eajMSMI with Intneet, In CMU,
WRBfgb, I .... :g Vmerlcan atari oonf at n
Rill MM IfltO BwBtfwl of thr Inrgral Iron
ore piopem In doom America. At Ilia
rtmrittf ion of too asgallal.iia.1. alrtady
III oiai it. I ha Urtiliinm C mpuny .T: ha
'untilig lla OM ship through I W
I'ana mi anal. a. I.) M . cliawh. nnd
IM aupi'l' I ii 111 i illlng mll.a will M al
most I rtllll .
Thr pn pi.iprrtlra p. wlil.ln easy
i allfoiln jkMJIIC of Iha rhilian port
,.f i .i ri' Itba KnoWIt j iha Twfo iron
i.i in . i ii i if MMU l'i.'"" MM "(
:.lln iraall i"i nir iii aliiit Ii hi now
10 tha lianda of I I' i n. i i m POfwIMlli
tn.i ii M'hHnlt a roiihpon. haa pi.r tl
rally .-luaa I Ml dual w in. n Ilia r'ran.'h
Inteieata aill ba takrn oar. Vgntla
ilana hriaran Uir F ran, h an-! Amarlran
soyrrnnirnti and th.. g'lvarnmant of
I hill " U h naraaaar.
Tha atoal promotar Ihlnka ha mada a
And njtalde tha ration Of rmlnra
aboard tha Oarman vataal. Thla la youna
Count Joaa da l. m, a Spanish . nth
hn la aotna ahakaa aa a mind raadar.
Aftrr watrhlnf him parform In tha
amokaroom, Mr. Schwab Inatantly an
aaaa.i him to aTlva a prlvata antartaln
mant In hla homa for tha hanoflt of ;-rlaty
AS STORM RAGES
Balis of Hire Mark Mast Tops
and Blue Flame Surrounds
SLAYER PLEADS GUILTY.
loaloaiio Adaiiia Itwfcbtaa Prilkar-'"-law
I flahatora Ualantu plaadad sullty to
mansasus'htar In tha first dasiaa In Iha
rrlmlnsl branrb of rha Huprema l ourt.
I Mrauklyn, lo-day. lla. will ba aantaiK'ad
Oslanto and hla hrolhar-ln-lw . Kran-
rmnt Di Aml.'o. ipiHrrallnd on CMUIIlMMI
Day ovar fha favora nf prvtty Krancoacs
Annunrlo, a dark ayad brlla nf tha Ital
ian iuarlr In UMOfl ItTSSt. and Ihalanin
aattlad tha sreumant wllh a dirk. Am. on
I waa atahibad to il.mt'i and tha alnyar flad
I to llraall. ratiirnlns of hla own accord
ABOUT FEB. 1, PREDICTS
old Capt. nm Jeffrey, Who
Never Fails, (iives His Prof
nostkalions for Winter.
. . irni j(r mu.iir aa uiimvmi iu iur.nn t
two Ivttara whlrh Mr. Ar. hboll had tea
llflcl to aa having bean returned, lis
: iieli. ved they ware sol the ones he got
I;. on hla Brother and returned to Bar
4aloW The wltnaaa raid that f-barlna "tump
sa daae). but that hla brnther-ln-law.
harls Blumallng rafarrad to yrater
"day as Elmmer. waa living. Ha teetl
nl that niumellaa and hla brother
I'harlea talked over the asls of the let
.ters with tilm a year agio after the let
ters were tshen. He asM he wss told
that Blu mating was the mas who went
'is the Nsw Jerk JourasJ to gat tha
money for the laiiera, Blumellnf Is a
ira voting aaleetnan living on Jefferson
avenue, Jersey Pity, N. J.
The witness ) aimed he had nsvsr
hesrd of UMrlog sr Bddy being eon
i.e. led with the purchase of the letters.
Thay wars mentioned In previous teatl
.inony. . Mump testified that after ha was enb
lisonaed rn apnehr bafnra the committee,
iittl before ha tosttfled. he was ap
proached by s "Mr. Reynolds" In ths
' Capitol corldor with tha ltatamant he
. represented William It. Hearst psr-
What did he say to youf aeked
IIMI BRANCH, N'. J. .'a" tt That
there will M wry lilt lie' fr.. n lln-
prraent iniiilsaan Mlir until Spring,
M the praillitlnn n ''ml Ii I. J ffr'-y.
rapteln of thr rtlo . KlSw ii;en .
wlioaa oplnhma o.i WSSjCleSf are BSgSfiy
souglil ht all nelierm.-n (bf otliera along
the eosat from Baah lit.il to M IWSSSJOM,
Tiptsln Hill" haa han I emu,. all
h',e eighty-three yeara ami for the Uat
twenty-tlve yeara. lias held hla preaM.i
poeltlnn Ha says lie will hold It until
lie lakes hla nnal "dip Ha haa never
lived more than a half mile from tide
water. Mornliise. when the weather out
look la not good lnl Hill Via man
phone . alia frrnn flehman aaklng whether
to go out or not and they claim ha haa
nev, r advised them wrongly.
"AMMl Uia last of this month ' the
nrt of nest month there wkH be some
haul s aather, uot much enow, but froat
and cold," aakl Cat. mil to-ay. ice
will nnke then for ths only time this
winter. It will ha wall for the loe men
to rut It at five to six Inches, for that
Is aa that will form, and at no other
time will there be even three-tnoh loe.
"After that one eevors nip we will
have short period of rntd. but mostly
It will he warm end muggy through
February and March, Jtirt lata January
haa boon thus Mr! In fact, ths first two
wseka of January might stand for thr
run of ths winter."
The ateamehlft Finland of the Tlel
Miar Ftlng, Ian dnva ovetdiie from Ant
werp, vol nil.. New York M-day Willi
I r oi.l slorrn evparien,., ami II Ural
rMMn, IM 1 Brand uhm nnd ll ataer
aga isiaasngera, wio nw ar. liitir ,,f
Iha aaa on Iha trip SVS1 Only tba
ni.iaiarl. aeamanahlp nf the nrew kept
i' a ahlp from receiving actual damuga
In her da. ka. CapL Thomas a. Barman
holding tha bridge fof alngle etratoh
of twenty-els hours during one varied
of etorm I lolenoa.
"On Krlday last at noon ths faU fores
of the hunieans bit us," aald Ca.pt Bar
man In an Evening World reporter.
"It came from thn North, and ths
wsvss stood forty feet high, the wind
mowing with a velocity of ion miles nn
hour Ths roar of Ihi storm was not
unlike ' in: ii i orilv II eBJ louder and
upon nil aldea ,,f the ahlp I looked up
at tha real uf the nines from Ihr
bridge which, may give you eome Idea
of ibe alsi of iha glnm lollers.
"At inldiHKl.i that alr.uige elarirlrsl
mi' ' of iha Baa, HI Klmo a Lights,'
sppee.rc, at Iha tnpa nf our four masta.
Thr pin iinincnon L.Med for all an
hour and Ilia light at tha end nf nai'h
tnast rassmMsd n huge hall of fire,
from the lirldga the effect iv.ia won
derful through a snnwetniiii wa hsd run
Into. Ten hours Istar we hsd another
llliiintn.i lion tin wires of tha ship's
Msrconl earvfee showing a blue flsmn
and giving the outline of the vessel a
aelrd appear. nice,"
Ourlng iha riirsme violence nf the
tnrm'the Finland atom! at 111 for nine
In. lira No effort w-aa made to progress.
That he waa able to keep his ship out
of the trough of the wavea wss suffi
cient aork fur the eapt.iln.
The rtaMwd aalleil from Antwerp
laiiukry 4. Only one of thn twelve
Ural ciihln passengers liaik all hla nieala
In the dining cabin, and hv had lo help
carry hla food Into tha saloon as those
of Iha stewards who weie not 111 warn
busy In tha cabins.
t fclHKAl, VHRHB.
tfrrm tla. Yansera siatasiesa.l
Patlrnre-What la Will doing now?
Patience He's writing I'reakfsat food
"Wall, he alwaya did write the mushy
1le consented to ple.d guilty to mur
der In the aeeond decree, than changed
his mind. When QdlStltd hesrd the Dls
trl. t-Attorney charge ths Jury he lost
Ma nerve ,m,i wanted In change nil pie.i
in nitty ag'iln. Thla ha was permitted
Seal Belle for atll.iHWi.
t decline sf tl.'m Hi the aliia of a
eat on the Htoch BgChtn(t waa noted
lodaj alien the transfer of Hrayton
Barrill'l seat lo Arthur N Pevh for
Kl.an. waa jK.ale.l The laat prei wua sal
wss for IM.W
Health Restored by
A Vilssslr lasjaiy br Tsrssl aad Laaaji
have arranged for Tomorrow and Saturday
Another Important Sal of
300 Men's Ulster Overcoats
in Medium and Full Lengths, of fineChinchilla, Shetland
Cloth and Soft Warmth without Weight Materials, in
gray, brown or blue effects, with plain orplaid backs,
one-quarter silk lined, shawl or notch collars and
plain or belted backs, sizes 34 to 44 inch chest.
Also a Special Purchase of
200 Silk Lined Overcoats
of Fiiit' kerseys. Meltons and Vicunas, in Oxford or
Cambridge Gray and Black, izes 34 to 40 inch chest,
regular or stout proportions.
, All of .the'above will be offered at the extremely low price of
If pew are a esffsrer from Otandalsr To
'ar' ii ions. . , knew of say ana so sffltetsd.
It might be well tn Investigate thle caae.
where tha srlter rie lerea aflar a ear nr
ruffertng. be found permanent relief an I
full ir ii.i'i tn health by ualng Bekoten s
AHereilve. a medicine which haa bees af
fartlve In manv caeea of TuSen ulnele.
1AT truaton at . I'hlls., Ps.
"Oeaiiamea:- In March, HOlf, I was
taken slek end mi doctor prMsaced mv
reee 'Tekarruioela in iba illasds.' Medical
treatmaui did not help me, and ea ray
doclor'a adMre, I want lo a IWjtpltal lo be
operated upoa. hut relief waa (Ally fern
porary. 1 loal atrength and at tlmee would
hare cold ewaats and fever. In April,
nun 1 returned to ihe hoapital. Bat Iha
renllaued operetlana strre not benefiting
"Is the mean time a friend A mine ed
vlaed i:ckmanra Alterative, easing It was
good for Tubereuloala. The wiiunile In my
nerk were ettll span end In a frlihtful can.
dltlon when f eiarted to take It. After
uelag two hnitlee 1 found 1 waa I m p nv -Ins.
having gained weight, eould eat and
waa evbla to aleep. I continued using tt
I iniO. flefi.re I ' look thr me.llrlne I had
I three hemnrrhagee. alnce I have bean ink-
Ing It 1 have not had anv. on NiayDiuhsr
II, lain, 1 atartail to work, and alnca
thai time I have noi loal one day'e work
through strknaaa. I can highly recommend
Kckanan'a Alterative to any one who la auf
ferlBJg fr. -nt Tubereuloala or (Hand trouble
prevising ihev lake It aa directed, f will
fladlv correspond wllh sny parly deelrl.ig
urther Infnrmailon of what tha medicine
did for me."
IRwnrn affidavit) JOHBPM II. WlltTR.
Krtrmaa'a Aliarallva la affenive In Hrnn
rkltla. Aethsis. Hay Paver, Throat sad
l.ung Troubles end In upbuilding .he aye
tern. Uoee atg cnetaln polao na. opiates nr
fat.it formlsg drags for sale by Hiker
lageman Drug moras and other leading
druggteia. Aek for Booklet tailing of re
eevertee and wrlle le JCckman l.ebnret-r,
Phlladalpbla. Pa., for additional avldenre.
U tha Btit VakN Ertar OtMNfl
Miide from the mall and bro
ken hearts of high grade coffees
carefully blended. It is a must
delicious cup nt a money-Mving
35c Quality at . . .
Diivarsd ts Yaxa- Own Door in S-lb. Lwti Dirwct frotn tha Wlwleufer
OtWCeweea: ' CeaeBmsbsa,'' 2q "Cash" 2St; "PknlaBsa," V "ParM Rics," JSc
Our 40c Ta Egjutl Any GrarU Ratailad at 0c Ottw Tcaa u Low aa 25c.
WRITE FOR COMPLETE PRICE LIST
lO las. Detlvsred PBBB BO tnllea. B IBS. Delivered FBBS Aswhere.
"tit GILLIES COFFEE CO. Jt&U
Bail le "n WAaHDfOTrrw ar.. Bet. Park Place end Barelsy at.. NBW TOBB.
Two Rear he frees WnBSagtia Market.
"Ho asksd ms what 1 knew about tha
matter," replied tha witness.
"I asked why he waa Interested. He
-said tbst Mr. Hearst knsw nothing of
'that purchase of letters, but that hla
'name waa Involved, and ha wanted to
aee what I knaw. He alio asked me If
1 hsd any letters or knsw any one who
tump declared hie brother Charles had
been unable to tell hi n how muck ha
rot from ths ssle of the letters.
"Ha said it waa a large sum," testified
Jtiutnp "They seemed to go down every
V'aBt ar so and get sums meney '
CZAR ENFORCES BAN
PUT ON H.S BROTHER.
nls Guardian for Grand Duke
for Marryin Beneath
fT. PETERSBUBQ. Jan II -The
t'. iuid Duke Michael, brother of ths
Kmperor Nicholas of Hneila. was to
day relieved by Imperial manifesto from
Ms position as regent-destgnats during
lla minority of Iha liupsrlal Crown
'Prlnre In CBe of the death of the prea-
ent Kmpetor lie i, ,.. recently bean
removed from tue poet u' commandsr of
the Regiment of Chevsllcr Uuards.
' Bimultanaoualy with thla an Impe
rial ukaee waa Issued establishing s
guardianship over tha Orand Ouks Mi
rhsel's parson, prupsrty and affalra un
der ths auprama Ulrart'on of the Km
pernr. while the admlulatratlon nf hla
relate was trsnaferred to the I .apart
ment of Appanagee of thr Ministry of
tha Inperlal Court
Three isitpt have been taken b the
Kmperor lu mark hit ills ippr n el of I hi
.ieient niairlaav of the ufre-BJ lu:.c
?llchal to Mine. Mheremetl -ktlu.
The leaue of a furthar c atn ip: select.
Ing s lucvewjr iu ihr Ursnu lluke
Mlchsel in the regency is especteil ln
medlstely No name i1Ua been du iilxasl.
but ths tli and liuke lilmlirl PartsvltPh, '
son of the ilrand liuke Paul, hjs been
fraajuantly menllvrunJ In the . oui, of
unofficial gna i,i
I Tlia prujeoted laaage ... i .e Rsgtncy-i.-aignate
has started a numbei u ru-
Beors as lo the aaleil un of a new hell
lo Ihe throne aluoari, bill Ihear all man
Ifest unfsmlllailiy wllh ins lirtngsul
bouss lew of . e llrtnanufts rrgulsting
the succeaelun la WhlBh Ihe Kasasroi
eeears atihes.cn as Ihr Hrst act of ula
tills law Is uai-liaaiejule slllioui over
thrawliig tin whole rundamrinal law or
Iha aaaooaaaliiii. tin the contrary the se
at s pueslule regent Is a pri-sousl
lid mav he
emytiaVd at any Mine lu-ffciatiua a
When The Snow Blows
and outside cold demands an "inside"
warmth to make folks' cheery
For breakfast, there's nothing quite so comforting
as a dish of good hot porridge.
a'3l aafjaja MUkWlal ewSvilou I B r
Makes a delicious dish
for the morning meal
The new food is a skilful blend of the flavours
and rich nourishment of wheat, corn and rice
It costs about l-2c the dish and brings pleasure
to many a breakfast table.
Sold by Grocers everywhere Packages 10c arid
15c, except in extreme West.
Cereal Co., Ltd.,
Pure Food Factories, Battle Creek, Mich.
will hold To-morrow and Saturday,
A Special Clearing Sal of tha batter grades of
comprising a large collection of very desirable
pleated and plain, at a7Dc
Imported Dress and Dinner Shirts,
Pique bosoms, plain and pleated, cuffs attached as.sOO
Reduced from $3.00 and 3.50
Large Open End Four-in-Hand Scarfs,
of fine Imported and Six
American Silks, Each OD for 375
Regular Value $1.00 to 2.00
All Silk Knitted Scarfs, at 50c
Pajamas, of mercerized materials, a j,
with satin stripes, silk mixtures, etc., M "e90
Regular Value $2.50 to 3.50
Extreme Reductions have also been made in bfoken lots
of Dress and Street Waistcoats, House Coats,
Imported Silk Suspenders, etc.
have in preparation an Extraordinary Sale of
Oriental Carpets and Rugs
in the most desirable weaves, colorings and sizes,
which will be offered at fully
One-Third to One-Half Below Prevailing Prices
This Sale will commence Monday, January 20th.
Details will be announced in Sunday's Papers.
West 23d and 22d Streets
If a man have need of a
good sui and is anxious to
get a little more value in
wool) style and wear than
his money is really entitled
to, let him come tomorrow to
Broadway and Eighth and
look at the $20 and $22 suits '
202 in all, coming in fresh
today which we shall sell
tomorrow for $14.50.
THE NEW STORE FOR MEN
Brum) way corner Eighth
This Week At All 224 James taller Ik. Stores
Ripe red fruit.
Solid packed in
large No. 8 can.
Sweet and tender; WMt
the m pack;
cut to, a can
East View Eggs, or
New Laid Kvery V.fm friiarontccd ntrittly Mfl
frrsh; gold only in rtoalcd cartons; by Uie down. aWaw
Lemon Clings; large can
choice Californin tn rich ayrup.
East View Brand, cut to
East View delicious Cali
fornia White Cherries in
rich syrup; large cava.
Bartletta; lasdong fruit
in rich ayrup; No. 1 can.
Rioh and fresh
marie: ran . . .
selected, doz. in carton, awPj
Sold in the Bean or Ground to Suit
Kiill li.-l.r.l. rich blrml ,il
Mar,calb.i .ml Santo, ' '"I-
I... ol rare "CupJJuality;"
...n.l ,1, in. .J
a s Ul v
Crown Assorted, Royal Lunch mul i lfc
Grandmother's Cookies; ll f
RiCe ( loan and good 3 lbs.,17C
R0llSd OatS. Fresh from mill, 3 lbs., 10C
Pure Lard, the best for cooking lb., 15C
Peerless Buckwheat Flour, Pkgel3c
Blue Ribbon Syrup, Large can.... ioe
Grape Fruit, Ripe. iuy. solid, each, 5C
I II,. for ?w WB 1 ID. lor ew-
15 s FREE rb Ideal Blend 25c
Meat and Poultry Specials
At All the 24 James Butler Inc. Markets.
Porterhouse Steak, beat cuts, u, 22c
Sirloin Steak, prime outs, ib 20e
Flank Steaks, ioky, tender cuts, ib 14C
Fresh Chopped Beef 2 iba., 25e
Prime Rib Roast Reef, 18C
Cross Rib Roast Reef, n 15C
Loin of Fresh Jersey Pork, n . . . 16C
Rib Mutton Chops, or Loin, lb. iec
TurkeyS, choice selected Maryland, lb 22c
Roasting Chickens, unest, ib 22e
Tender Young Fowl, choice, ib sc
At All 128 James Butler Inc. Licen.st (l Stores
Old Crow Rye Whiskey, QCCc
II. B. Kirk & Co.'s frenuine Kentucky, bottle
Green River Whiskey, ftQc
Kentucky's Best Bourbon, bottle, out to Oil
50 f Stamps FREE :
Full Quart Old Cabinet Rye Whiskey, $1
Old Monogram Rye Whiskey, tttt..,. 75c
Trysome California Fine Old Port, 50c
Try some California Fine Old Sherry,;;;; 50c
Kingussie Scotch Whiskey, 85c
Superior Old Tom Gin, extra ii..e,btKi,
Double &h: Stamps
to Everybody, with All Purchases on Friday
of historical events and Uble of memorable dates, and
much other matter that you'll need at all times.
SEC 1915 WORLD ALMANAC