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HELD FOR MURDER,
BEECHAM SAYS HE
LEFT WOMAN ALIVE
Prisoner In Twenty-third Street
Mystery Disputes Evidence
AHhouvti an auttrper shows Miss Ber
th Ulster of PhlllipShurS. N J.. waa
atraagssi In her bed In a room at No.
Twertr-ihlrd street. Harry
her com anion far the Isst
t er stent era. who shared the
with hr, ihowi no poniffn In the
re tie la held without ball
on Aim of murder.
Jbe w aSlvo when I lft her Tue-
nine." ha Insists and no amount
nine 7 Coroner Hellsnstetn
tat Distrlct-Attorner Deacon
I aaa ahaka htm In hia story -
Hat aaotlT. aooordtna to the police
tfeerr, waa to t rid of the woman ao
that ha might return to hit wife, who
Ursa, erttto rbalr two children. In Beaton.
Fa-, aros the Dataware Rlvar from
Ha deaertad them In 1K
Brat appeared at the
third street house about two
Ha la heavily built, florid -
j tittle more than forty. He tnid
lUrnert Mlnnechettl, iha pro-
that ha expected to he Joined
aoen hy Ma wife, and on Monday laat
armed., she was thlrtv-
old, not particularly attrac-
and very quiet m manner.
Ul. lira. Mlnnshett!
TBI 1V1KIHQ WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913
Voting on a Strike to Tie Up
Fifty-four Eastern Railroads
President V.'illtnm 8. Carter of fh Hrajtborhood of Locomotive Fire
man has lnl an order for the) firemen to vote on tha question of or-
derlns; a strike.
If n Miiko la ordered 25,000 firemen will atop work as well as 10,000
engineer, wtio still retain their membership In the firemen's union.
The strike will affect all the flfty-fovr ralh-oads east of Chicago and
north of the Ohio and Potomac rivers.
Tha firemen want an Increase In waxes and batter working con
dition. The controversy has been discussed for six days by Chief Judge
Martin A. Kunpp of the United Mates Commerce Court and United
States Ijiimr Commissioner Charles P. Nelll, who have dally bean hold
ing conferences at the Manhattan Hotel with the firemen and the rail
road officials. (
The vote on the strike will continue until PVh. 1, but tha result
will not he known until Feb. 10.
t Vetoes: that afternoon Mlaa
a tod re r on tha aau floor
heard groaoa from
seen and. entering, found tha ao
Mrs. Dseoham in bed suffering
from sewer pains.
Hy hushaad arave me a oouple ol
ml ran atreie tneyve
arm Instead of good," she
hBaSMghetM joined Mies
aad the el ok woman added f
rw beam poisoned,"
rwTtft FINOe) OMM. OtAO IN
Dr. I. J, B. Mahar. w Uvea neat
dor, aa)d Jas aTvnwt tt rime Baanaam.
0km had has out. returned. Ha told
Dr. Maher the Ms wife had hern at-
mated with esalawtls nta. sr. Jiaihsr be-
ua-rd thac slal anise espeauuiy as a
saw ape a ejsMr heaMe the had a
number of. paha ased fey epllapay auffer
era Ha sue that aa asgVulanee
Tto.-! smart haw hsV iieHae.
to ear paella
Beecham anal Mrs. MlnaaghctU la the
hallway aa ha waa starting out of the
house. Mas swhsd Ms how his wife
fslt aad ha replied:
and I wish yaw
until about aooa.
Z left her aleeptng.
wouldn't dlaturb her
A reat wlU do her
to give her some coffee and found hr
None of the women thought of notify
ing the poUSOi and eo the case waa not
reported until Tuesday night.
At ID o'clock yesterday morning a
meaeenger hoy appeared at the Twenty
third alreet houae with a note asking
(or Oi aukoea containing Oeocham's
dothlng. On the advice of the detec
tives the bag waa given to the boy.
Beadle, Upton and Van Cott followed
the meeaengar to a Western Union of
fice at No. 11 Eaat Twntv-lxth atrest
and there they found Beecham.
MRS. BOWNE QETSDIV0RCE.
Derision la Aellnw AralaaH haw
Yorker One Meld Over.
RBNO, Jan. 1 Dorothy C. Bowaa
has finally aecured a divorce from
Charlea Barrett Bowne, a Hew Tork
newspaper man. Following a hearing
on Deo. , 1(12, the court continued the
derlsldh for further deliberation. She
Mi". Bowne, a daughter of the lata
Judge William R. Wood In of PougV
kerpete, told how. In August Mil, un
known to her parents, aha accompanied
Bowne to Hnboken on his Impromptu
requsat and married him, spending the
following few dsya at the Hotel Aafnr.
She said that aha had told him ahs did
not love him, and that three weeks
later he grabbed her wrists and threw
her across a room and told her to go
Hea.r tn her mother, which she did.
Id l.oaes I.lfe la Dnslrs.
Three-year-old John Miller Joined some
older boys playing about a bonfire In
front of his home. No. Ul Logon sweat
Brooklyn, laat night aad tripping, fall
Into the names. Tha other boys ran
screaming, sod brought Patrolman
Brown and Isaac Luberwtts of No. Mt
Oleomas ave-iue. The men drags ed
eh boy from the fare, bat he waa dead.
: to fh afternoon, Mr.
a mlmt.r An -law nt ih.
vtstfea, who areee at He. T East Twwnty
iah street, Sayonn. Z1. J., called at
the beams and displayed to Mrs Minn
pnattl tstogram ahs said ah had r
ratrad a oouple of hours before. This
"I am Tory stofc. Coma at one.
Mrs. MUmagnsrtt and a maid took tha
visitor upstairs, she said yeeterday, and
npesjsd the deer Of tha Beecham room.
"Why, tha girl la dead!" exclaimed
Mrs. Ulmar. "Whan did she diet"
Brthsr the proprteiieas or the maid,
aoeordlBg to Mrs. Ulmer. replied:
"I reams upstair about an hour ago
Of course you can be rid of that dis
tressing skin affection. If you will.
Poalam ii ready to do the work for you.
No matter what form your skin
trouble may take, Poslsm will eradicate
it more rapidly and more effectively
than anything yet devised. Poalam
has aimplified the treatment of akin
diseasea. It is ths indispensable remedy
for all affected with ecsems, acne,
herpes, rash, pimples, itch, scaly-scalp
or any like disorder. Itching, if present,
is stopped st once.
POSLAM SOAP, medicated with Pos
lsm, ia unequalled for the skin, not only
when disease ia present but as the saf
est and most beneficial soap for daily
use, toilet and bath. Soothes tender
skin, never irritates.
All druggists sell Poalam (price,
50 centO and Poalam Soap (pries, 85
cents). For free samples, writ to the
Emergency Laboratories, St West 5th
Street, New York City.
BANKER SHEARS NEXT
TO GO ON TRIAL FOR
BOROUGH BANK WRECK
Damron, Head of Home Bank,
to Follow on Cropsey's
You will not be doing yourself justice if you
miss this sale. Finest quality Men's High Grade
Foreign and Domestic Furnishings at prices
beiow the usual wholesale cost.
former Price 1.50 & 2.00
Former Price). 2.25 & 2.50
Former Price 3.00 & 3.50
Former Price . . 5.00 & 6.00
Sale Pr Ice
PAJAMAS of silk and linen, solsette and chev
iot in novelty designs and plain colors.
5.00 Price.. 3.50 1 Price 2.25 Price.. 1.35
You will open your eyes in astonishment when
you see these Full Dress and Tuxedo Waistcoats
of silk in the latest styles
at 40, 5.00 and 6.00
Values up to 12.00
NECKWEAR of rich silks, English & do- A
nestle makes, formerly 1.00 and 1.50, now 05C
HALF HOSE, heavy silk, werel.50, now. . . J.15
HALF HOSE, were 50c and 75c, now 35
Hoavy Waistcoats, Dressing Gowns, Sweaters,
Motor Wraps, and every necessity and novelty
for Men, proportionately marked.
sML MnnrlawMi BttiiM
COMMERCE COURT GETS
SHORT LEASE OF LIFE.
WAFlflVOTON. Jan. U-Ttie exist
ence of tha Commerce Court was ex
tended by the Senate yesterday until
June so. Ull The rota aMomplleMng this
surprtatne result was U to . The
ansTnrnent waa nonpartisan. Tha net.
ter as rwt to be thraahad out In confer
ence between the two houses of Gon
itis Appropriations Qommtttee Inserted
an Item In the lejrasiatlve bill alio wine
rant and Carrie a aaa! stance for the
court until th end of this fiscal year.
A aaneral outcry arose when thl oara
Cfwats was raaonod to-day. Nearly all
the PreereaalT and aoro of th Dem
oorata thouent the court should be per
mitted to die a painless aad speedy
It was .sylaasid by Henator Warren
that no method had been formulated for
eranoforrlnsT th bustnaas and Jurisdic
tion of th Ooroenaree Court He said
shippers would be left at she mercy of
the railroads aster Mar oh u the work
of the court were Stopped abruptly.
Senator Cummins enoucht the court
should be maintained until some method
of transferrins, the eases before M had
been perfected. The President, he be
lieved, stain wontd rt th Ml If it
abolished the court and another sur
render to ths ProsMont would follow.
IHetrlcl-Attorney Cropsev of Brooklyn,
havln daspnaed of one Indictment
against David A. Sullivan, former presi
dent of the defunct sferhantns and
Traders' Han, has made plana to clean
up all the Indlctmente acalnet bankers
In Ms offlc. Sullivan will be sentenced
to-morrow and aa soon as that proceed
ing Is over with Brocat R. Shears will
ba placed on trial.
Mr. Shears, who waa president of the
Borough Bank before its seoond failure,
la under Indictment for grand laroeny.
Ae eoon aa his trial la finished William
C. Damron, once president of ths Horns
Bank, which loaned K.000 to Sullivan,
will be placed on trial on an Indictment
charging htm with stealing 11,600 in oaeh
from hie bank.
When the Borouh Bank failed In
October, U07, Mr. Shears wsa a bank
examiner, ills eervtoe were so valuable
In straightening out the affairs of the
bank that he waa mad president of
Simple Hone Remedy
lor Kidneys and Bladder
jVuuoAJv swaJtsst - -- -- -- - - - -
A simple sad easy war te our. weak, de
ranged kidneys or bladder le to use the
following formula: oat sis enaees peed
pure gin end add te It one-half euaee
Marat Compound and eas-half eaae flald
street Boehn. Take eae to two tea.
spoonfuls of thle misters after oaeh meal
and at bad Urns. Nearly all good dm grist,
have these Inaredleaui. Aay one aaa mix.
Weak kldneye c Madder should be given
sttsntkn as aooa as any of the well-known
symptoms are noticed. Neeleet la the
matter le dane.ro as, aa the ssrtons forms,
Brlght's Dlaoese. chronic rh.mnatlem or
dresd diabetes, may d.v.lop. These eaa
be avoided If the above simple mixture Is
used before oomplleathvaa eet In. Advt.
Che Irssttttstkm when ft was reorganised
In April. IK.
The Indictment against Shear charges
him with spproprlallng to his own jise
M CT4 44, which was rightfully lb prop
erty of the Hollls Park (Vimpany. This
latter company waa one of the euh
aldlary concerns aald to have been or
ganised by Shears and his associates to
do things which the lsw prevented tbo
Borough Rank from doing.
W. C. NICHOLS ACQUITTED.
Arrested Is Mexico on Chare '
Marderlae a Bandit.
TAJaTtCO, Mexico. Jan. W.-W. C.
Nichols, an American fruit grower,
whose liberation from lall waa effcctoil
last September hy Ambassador Wilson
by a direct demand on the (lovernor of
tha State of Tamaullpaa, was to-day de
clared not guilty by the Supreme Court
of ths die rue of murder made against
Nlchola was alleged to have murdered
a bandit be had captured and was tak
ing to Jail. He was sentenced to eight
years' imprisonment, notwithstanding
4hs confession of a Mexican that he was
the slayer of the bandit, and had killed
the man to get the reward.
WASHBURN "GETS MITTEN.''
a err Vorher at Harvard f repose
Hlaht aa Street.
CAMRIUDOK. Jan. II. Watson M
Washburn. New York's crack college
tennis player, proposed marring, and
.h. mttten" yesterday. Wsshtmrn
la a runner for Harvard's fsmous Dickey
Club and with nine omer ram maoe
the college welkin ring with their Ini
Washburn, dresaed aa a duds, pro
posed to a girl In the throng watohlng
the ceremonies. With his left hand on
his heart snd his right held aloft bs
poured forth some mellow sentiment
finishing It by kneeling and asking th
fair one to be hs.
"O'wsn, quit yer klfldln'," was ths
Washburn had better luck later, how
ever, when be measured an eighth est a
mile using a llv eel as a tape line.
i Prom the Wislilnaton Htar.)
"My wife hasn't any senss of
humor," aald ons man. "She won't
lauarh at anything- I say."
"Neither haa mine." replied fhe other.
"She laughs st everything 1 say."
SHH! LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN
FADED GRAY HAIR-USE SAGE TEA.
Sage Mixed With Sulphur
Restores Natural Color
and Lustre to Hair.
Why suffer the handicap of looking
old? Gray hair, however handsome,
denotes advancing age. We all know
the advantages of a youthful appear
ance. Your hair Ii your charm. It makes
or mars the face. When it fades, turns
gray and looks dry, wispy and scraggly,
fust a few application! of Sage Tea and
Sulphur enhance its appearance a hun
dredfold. Either prepare the tonic at home or
get from aay drag store ilOnt i bottle
of "Wyeth a Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy," ready to use; bet RrhraV
avoid preparations put up by draggista,
as they usually use loo much aulphnr,
which makes the hair sticky. Get
"Wyeth'a" which can always be de-
rflded upon to dnrkrn beautifully and
the best thing known to remove dan
druff, atop scalp itching and falling hair.
By using Wyrth's fage and Sulphur
Do one can possibly tell thai you dark
ened your hair. It dues it so naturally
and evenly you moisten a sponge or
soft brush, drawing this through the
hair, taking one small strand at a time,
which requires but a few moments.
Do this at night sod by morning the
gray hair disappears: after another ap
plication or two its natural eolor is re
stored and It becomes glossy aad lus
trous and you appear years younger.
Lord & Taylor
Important Clearing Sale
Comprising all leathers of lines to
be discontinued during the Spring
and Summer months. Sizes some
Values $5.00 and $6.00.
Our Stock of Storm Boots
Extra heavy single and double sole to heel.
Values $6.00 and $7.00 $395
Value $8.00 $48
Very Special Values in
Fin Pltatti Drtss Shirts
With 154 pleats in bosom, French cuffs.
Plain & Pleated Negligee Shirts
Attached cuffs Value
Wovtn Madras Negligee Shirts
Attached ruffs . . Values $1.60 and
White Drtss Shirts
Attached cuffs Special value
Accordion knitted silk Four-in-hands.
Values $1.50 and $.00
Full fashioned Balbriggan Underwear;
mostly shirts: sixes 34 to 40.
Values $1.50 and $8.00 J
Blanket and Terry Cloth Bath Robes.
Values $4.60 and $6.00
Men's Silk Half Hose
Plain colors and fancy values 60c and 76c
JSC P P-J'i 3 P-J" $1.00
Broadway & 20th St.; fith Ave.; 19th St.
Lofd & Taylor
Italian Linens I
at y2 and less than Vi regular ptices
These well known linens have been sold
heretofore exclusively by a specialty store,
and the many thousands of people who have
used them and know them will be delighted
at the opportunity to secure the highest class
and best service-giving linens at such phe
nomenal price concessions.
H. S., Fringed, Embroidered and Scalloped
$2.4.0 to $24.00 doz.
Reduced from $4-80 to $48.00
Hand-fF oven Hack Toweling
Spiff to 75c yard
Reduced from 75c to $1.50
Hand-JVoven H. S. Napkins
Hand-Woven Plain Linens
37c to Soc yard
Reduced from 75c to $1.75
Clearing Sale of
Imported and domestic novelties, consisting
of Dress and Coat Sets, Jabots, Stocks and
Jabots, Round and Sailor Collars, Fancy Silk
and Lingerie Collars with Jabots.
85c, $i.$o9 $1.95 to $8.95
Regularly $1.25 to $15.00
150 dozen pure linen colored embroidered
75c Per Box of 6
Ribbons for Lingerie
Extra Quality Double Faced
No. 1, 1H, . 3.
SOC 40C 65c 80c $ 1. 10 PC. of 10 yds.
Regularly 45c to $1.50
Pin Dot Satin
No. 1, VA. . 3, 5,
I5C 20C 25C 35C 50c pc. of W yda.
Pink, Light Blue, White and Lavender
Annual Midwinter Sale of
. Women's Boots
According to Our Usual Custom
We Offer in This Sale the
Greatest Shoe Values of the Year
A Complete Stock of Boots
for dress, storm or general wear
Values $5.00 & $6.00
All Broken Lines of
Evening &f House Slippers
A Very Special Offering of
Women 's Velveteen
For Afternoon Wear
Dressy one-piece models, with waist of fancy
novelty materials and fancy lace jabot, plain
tailored skirt. Green, brown, navy and black.
Only a limited quantity of each style.
Values $30.00 to $50.00 : M
A Manufacturer's Line of
10-Karat Gold Jewelry
At Extraordinarily Low Ptices
Polished or rose gold, set with amethyst, pearl, tur
quoise matrix, sapphire, topas, jade and opal.
$1.50 and $1.95 Values to $6.00
Bar Tins Brooches
Polished rose gold and enamel in amethyst, sapphire,
pearl, topas, opal and garnet; also plain gold.
$2.95 Values to $9.00
Real batoque pearls, sapphire, amethyst, pearl, topas,
in effective and dainty designs. ,
$2.95 and $8.95 Values to $10.05
Sale of IV omen 's
All Silk Umbrellas
g - y
With sterling silver trimmed handles, mission
and natural wood, and gun metal.
Broadway &0th St. ; 5th Ave. ; 19th St.
WORLD WANTS WORfC MONDAY WON DERS;
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