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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
S TRIEDBY GOFF
Remarkable Record in Famous
Cases in the Extraordinary
Branch of Supreme Court.
The remerkst. rpord of convictions
l-afotv tmmtm John W (loff. tn the ex
traordinary term of the Supreme Court,
d the expedition with whlon the voo
eraNe urlt liu cleared up the nm
that have hwn nailed before him. hu
elicited much comment In I real ctrcl.se.
Kind prisoner who hu gone
to trial Wwf Justice Ooff since ha took
the bench, under direction of Oev. Dlx.
' fceodle th trial IneMent of tic
Xoaefitlial murder and tha work of the
row famous John Do Grand Jury, hea
Teen acqulttad. Includa4 la tha convic
tion are auch celebrated cauaaa aa tha
llerkar cae. tne trial of tha gunmen
an4 that of Charlea M. Hyde, former
lit re la brtrf record of the moat Im
portant r-aaea thai havo been tried by
the aged Justice elnca be took tha crim
inal branch of lha Supreme Court on
Joseph Coiiroy. triad on Hspt It for
tha murdor of Attorney J. J. tattrlch
In tha Park Row Building. Jury dle
axreed on Sapt., JO. On second trial
'unroy waa onvlcted. Nor. a, la tha
Charles He. ker. Ileutanant of pojtce,
charged with tha murdar of Herman
Koavntlial. went to trial on Oct. T and
wae cotnletecl of murder In tha Brat
negrae on Oct. it.
"Rad l'hll ' Davidson, aaaaaaln of
"Big Jack' BollA plaadad guilty of
nunler In the second degraa on Oct. 30.
rta:,k Mulier. allaa Whitey Lew la.
rank Cll oflct. allaa !ago Frank Uoilte
Moaenherii. BliM 1-efty Louie, and
Harry Horowitz, allaa Uyp tha Ulood.
all charged with murdar In the drat
degree for killing Herman Roaenthal.
went tn trial on Nov. 11 and were
foi.n l guilty on Nov. It.
Charlea 11. Hyde, former City Cham
berlain, went to trial on Nov. 20 on
tha charge of brlbary and waa con
victed on Nov. ;
Bruno nosertboig, profeaalona'. firebug,
charged with setting fire to the New
York Picture and Frame Company a:
No. HQ Fulton atrcet, went to trial Vet.
'J on the charge of triun and waa con
victed Dec. t.
MISSIONARY AN O ALDERMAN ON
Charles S. HotMWltS, President of tha
Tt ture frame concern, went to trial
Hac I on the cliarge of submitting fala
proof of ' He waa found guilty.
Rben J fwen. former Torn ja ;n!s
alenary. waa convicted Dec. U on the
charge of a'.empted extortion of I.,
from Mre. H v a U. Carrol; of Waahlngton
Alderman Percy t Pavla of the Thlr
t.ath District waa found guilty on Dec.
94 on the u;m charge.
Charlea .Salmon, irofeeelonsl hnnds
nin, waa trial for attempted bribery
of Daniel Rooney. i proceed aerver !n
.Diet-lci-Attornev Vi'hltnian'a office, but
the jury disagreed on Dec 2. He waa
convlt led Jan It
Walter Wharmbv waa convicted Jan.
It for ml decree m'irder for killing
hie aweet heart. Mlaa Stelnert.
Edgar H Jnckaon. Wealth real relate
operator, itu convicted Jan. 1? un tha
charge of ;mnd larceny.
In addition to theee trlale, Juatlce Goff
haa neard tn ire than a ecore of assault,
burglary and other chargea arlalng In
tha new Hronx County, and In every
.trial there haa len a conviction. The
Juatlce, llkewlae. haa accepted pleaa of
guilty from nearly rnrty other pr.sonere
during hla brief at iv on the bench. He
haa inveatlKuted each caae before pass
Ing arntence. ao that hla tlrrlre work
haa kept Mm buay day and night.
JuatU OofT, a Brfn believer In taped!
tlon. holdl court longer than any other
Jurist alttlOl In the Criminal Court
Building A ford all hater of technical!
ttea, he haa pushed through famous
murder ntgtl luster than waa ever dune
In the criminal UOUrt hlatory of Nw
GARRISON OF 25.000 MEN
NEEDED A3 PANAMA GUARD.
Goeihal Sayi It U. S. lost Hight
mi s.ei Sirnriff Knvf Mnutd Htf
Needed i" Hold QuiaL
WASHIWOTOKi -i .tn. 18. a farrlaoa
of H.MI men will be uiK'casiiry lo gu inl
tiie PAnattia irnnnli Pol. Qoathnlti
i h I e 1 bullderi (O'dg) told the Houae
HnVnl 4ffhlfn Cotnltilttna, LTfidat prat'
ant plgnnj OoOBraat would provide for
a nrarrteon of only S,ii nuM,
"Ortre We loal control of the aea In
a wr." he Midi "Wl would haw to
danand upon IHa K.uriBun of tha totia(
and eon d hardly hold Hie can (I We
wauld n t agpoci la net rtlnforoamanu
there from the lulled Staea The
lorkH. he v'tul portion of ttie canal.
hOUlri be KiiHidel by a largo force
and lha Atlinll. ami Pacific en. Is of
the canal ttotlld be garrinOhad. At
leant M,0tt no n HfOIlM D" iierded ti)
properly guard the canal. '
GREEKS IN SeTfIGHT
DEFEAT THE TURKS.
Att.iJf. Sultan's Warship. f)rl f.ii
Dardanelles and Drive Them
ATlllvNS. Hreece. Jan It Another
aea llabt between the tlreek and the
TurWah tleeta ocruired to-day about
thirty miles to the aouth of the entrance
to the 1 lardeiiellea. Tiie. ireek war ve
aeie uttin ked the Turktah aquftdron ami
forced i he ottoman fafahlpi to return
to the Dgrdnllntltl aHfaJtt Ifl dlanrder
The Turkish flagllllp la aald lo have
a iffereii eotillderfthly,
CO.VHTANTrNOPlB, Jan. K.-Th.
Turklfh erulaar llanildleh, after carry,
ina out a raid un Iht rtraek laland if
Syra. Ih CQmnttfolhl 'enter of lie
Cyoladea m the Ureek archkpalago, ai
Hvad at lie. rut to-day.
On Editor's Attitude in Reporters9 Strike
tUAM. Ttl MM. ABB CAM A. TN AOITATOK.
1 itaj Pisffiljil,'nl
I a ?-naU'9sojnnU
A raJJaa aeMtaaaaa?aa M eLt' Jm TH
Ta Kta On Wanda i "y teinataa. let
aa week Hfitbir la kauri amy, tart aa net
dlvida oanalToa by kuuram. aaaaaajlaary aaioa
llaea. Traat me: I ah all treat you Una a
Follows Crook From Office
and Downs Him in Des
perate Street Fight.
Dr. S A. Dober. a dentlat with offlcee
on the third floor at No. Tt Whitehall
atrcet. proved to-day that he had an In
terest hoyond bicuaplda w hen he chaeed
a 1U-' more than aia blocka down In the
Iraokad ttraatg at the heel of Uanhattan
It.aad and raptured h m. after a fight,
A nun anpearad on the firth floor of
the Whitehall atreet bulld'ng and aakad
Mr. Mary Sweetmart. the Janltraaa, It
ahe bad any r. aia to let. While he en
gaged be in tonieraaUon he aarept from
a aaarby bireau three rlnga, a br.uelet.
i locket and cha n and a purer contjtln'hK
. f 16 ano atarted to tun downatalra. Mta
Hweetman , reamed "8top thief:" and.
Dr. Dober. runnli. out of hi otfl e Aio
flciora below, aaw the thief dlaappearlnx
luoiwn the atatra.
He ttarted InaUnt purault. which led
down Whitehall atreet in I'eiirl, aouth
I to Uroad atreet. and then down flrond
street io bln.'ka l the rumor of Front
, street There the dentlat overtook the
fugitive, attl after u atlff right with (lata
land feet, aubdued him No pnllcoman
1 waa In aig it. and conaoquentlv upon the
Ihuakv dent at devolved the taak of tak
ilng the thief back to the Whitehall
I atreet building alone. While ha waa
taearcb.ng tha man two policeman en
One hundred and thirty Lincoln pen
nlea. ull of Mr. nWrrtman'a Jewalry.
and thirty-live keya were found In the
j man s pOtkttn, He waa locked up at
I the obi Hllp atatlon after at'lnt be waa
Doinlnlrk Haaao o( No. U CntntflBt
POLICE HERO INJURED
BY HARLEM RUNAWAY.
Niksovsky Jumps for Bridle, Mbses
aiul Is Crushed Under Wheels
A hmae att tied to a hutchet'a 1
Uvtri WAgon tnade a mnd daah up r"lrt1
'avenue to-dav from t)na Hundred and
fourth atreet to One Hundred ar. I
; Nineteenth atreet. knocking down ami
palnfjlly Injuring ratrolman Itudolpb
NIUioMiUy, of the Kaat One Hundred
and Fourth street station, and mlselng
otber pefgent by a narrow margin.
The dtivrr of the waKon, Ha1 ry Hchu
bnOk of No IT Kaet one Hundred and
Pgartatntn Itfatt after making a d.
lUery. threw hla aaSBty b.iaket into tha
laack ol ttte wagon. Tall startled the
horae, hloh daahed up Kliat Avenin .
Patrolman k1 anorak y threw himaeii
at the anrmal'a head. Mlaalng the
bridle, I ue policemen fell In the patn
1 of the hniee He eacaped the hnrae'a
hoofa, but ne wagon went over hi
body, tore hla coat tfOfn him and I . ft
hint lying in the middle of t ie atreet.
lacerated about Ike) lace, kiieee anu
: anna and aeverely brutasd aaout the
After mltttnl many peisons . e
hoi'He volunthHt) Plopped hla three
' qual Itr "t a mile daah.
WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH.
Former .tldi'rinau r'Hageralil In
lured In Kfforl lo Mate Wife.
Michael Fltgeryld, former Alderman
of Hie Kiral Ward Of Yonkera. received
severe burns auout Iht hands uml face
In an effort In save the life of his wife,
who waa burned lo death to-day In her
home. No .("" Hierdele avenue.
.Mrs. KilAgeralda dress caught fire
from a gas alovc Instantly her cloth.
Ing waa all in flames Her cries were
heard by K.txserald, who waa tellable
He threw blankets ghoul her und lolled
her on the floor, I'ltxgeraid si.cree.ied
In pulling out the flames. Mrs. Kltx
gera'd glSd bsfors Hie arrival of an T.
tlllgPtt yiligerald waa taken tw dt
Joseph e Hospital
THIEF UNAIDED IN
in Jewish Comic
Te a Labor Meeting
attak to It. If the
IN HEBREW PAPER
SATIRIZE AN EDITOR
Abraham Cahan Is Depicted
Both Favoring and Oppos
ing Unionism of Employees.
Tha satirical comic weakly of the caat
side, printed In Yiddish, publlahea to
day lie "strike number." The editor.
Jacob Marinoff, takea an unholy )ov In
plight of hla colleague, Abraham Cahan.
who, after preaching pan-unlonlsm for
a generation, finds himself unable lo i
why hla reporters and special wrltera
should aak him to sign a union scale
elating that three columns of matter
done In Ave hours shsll constitute
dsy's work, and that all worn done over
thass limits shall be charged as over
time; alao that no writer ahall be dis
charged without the approval of the
chairman of tha chapel of the union.
The paper carrlea two cartoons, taking
a light lew of the predicament of the
east aide publlahers. Mr. Marinoff waa
naked to-day by an Evening World re
porter whether Ills own shop was
"Why, of course," he aald with a grin.
"I am the editor and publisher and
h.ive one man to help me. He le the
unmn and I gel along with him fine. 1
In one cartoon white gonda worker,
a ahlrtwalst msker and a kimono an I
wraprrr maker, all of whose unlona ar.
on alrlks, are giving the striking re
porter the glad smile of fellowship and
The members of the many other
unions Involve) In pending strikes In
all branches of tha clothing trade have
ta' in up the cause of the striking re
portera with loud acclaim. The manual
labor strlkera do not know unythlng
about the demands of the striking re
porters or that they are demanding
about 910 for three hours of real work
In translating the newapapera printed
It Is though for the crowda In the
east aide streets to know that the re
portera are striking. Itecrulta lo the
causa of unrest sre eagerly welcomed
FIRE EVTCTSH FAMILIES.
Tenants of Jersey t'Hy Hulldlan
Klee In Sleeping tinrb.
fourteen families Had to the atreet
esrly to-day when smoke poured up
throtigh the live-story brick building
at No. 40 Eases atreet. Jeraey City,
which hoiiaed them. The tire aas in
the etstlonery atorc of Fanny !ol
berg, on tha first floor.
A iiiuii discovered the fire and bit
ahouta brought rntrolrnan John Hurke,
who aent an alarm. The emnke filled
the apartments and moat of the tenants
rushed out without waiting tn .Ires
The firemen confined the fire to the first
Mori Truth Than Poetry
"It was a rough
I tun carried bim offi
It was s coffin
They carried him off in "
The action of the lloanl of Health,
urging rHtnona In take prei notion
I against the prsvailing . ..ugli. uml
I colds, brings to mind the old jitiylc
Probably most of llir dcstlis in thi
i country lo-ds sre Ibd remilt of di-
tSISf which had their origin in nrg
I There is no better prescription fur
giving immediate relief lo acute
coiiglis and siieitily brSSkiSd "I' lb
i ino-l severe colds than that of a fa
mi his III mat sprcialist who alway -advises
Ilia patients to abakr tngcthrr
Iwo ounces of glyrerinr. right ounir.
of whiskry and half un ounce nl
Virgin Oil of I'inr. and to lake a tea
spoonful of lliis simple remedy every
I four hours.
Any druggivt can stiiiily you with
genuine Virgin Oil of I'ine, which
comes on'.v in scaled half-mince visit
! in wiNtden cartons livaring the label of
1 Tb. U.cb Cta.mic.1 Ss, UhmI
Ba ateal Jotm tha anion aa
eo attempt to lure yon away
with aoft pronUaea, aplt oa
2,500 FLOOD REFUGEES
SEND APPEAL FOR AID
Governor of Kentucky Takes
Quick Action for Relief of
Victims at Ashbyberg.
THAN K FORT. Ky., Jan. II. Two
thousand, live hundred persons driven
from their homes In the vicinity of Ash
byberg, Ky., by floods at the Juncture
of the tBnd and tlrvcn llhcra, are ma
rooned on a bid near the town, accord
ing to an appeal (or aid fnooiVod by
The Governor has ordered trills and
blankets sunt to the refugees, snd ffe
tii'urted the Adjutant -tlenernl'a depait
tnaQl to Blahs an Investigation.
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
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Afeii? York Venus Who Runs
A Typewriter Tells How
She Keeps Her Figure
Mitt Dorothy I. Smith,
Who h a Wage Earner,
Comparet Clotely With
the Lines of the Creek
Statue and Would Rank
at a Beauty Among the
Fairett of the Fair.
Marguerite Mooern Marthall.
The first snd fslrest Venus Is said
to hsve risen from the aa. but Isnf
Venusea ate rletng all around ue these
days. Cornell I'nlverslty. Umdon and
Rdinburgh, each haa produ-ed a lovely
champion to contend In the lists iof
Ineheto with the Venus de Mllo. for so
many cenlurlss pronounced Its Ideal
type of .womanly bekuty. The Evening
World made the dlecosery that the
ineaaiiremenls of the most perfect figure
In be found In Fifth avenue really
matched closest of sll with those of the
Bui there la at least one other Venus
In New York--a business Venus, iter
name Is llorotny I. Smith, and shs Is
a atenogrspher In s big oftire uptown
the address of which she modestly
wishes lo conceal Before ahe gave me
her measurements I realised that she
waa an uncommonly well formed young
woman, with s springing erect car
riage which added to her height, and a
softly-rounded slsndsrness of outline.
SHE HAS A PRITTY FACt At
WILL At A FIQUH.
Hhs Is pretty, too, albeit her fare Is
more of the Clytle than of the Venus
type. Hhe haa big brown eyes, under
arching browe, a mouth (hat emll.-a
often nnd delightfully, and a piquant
"Why ehoalda't buslnsse girls bo
represented 1 this Venae eofcprU
tloaT" aha langhed. "Of eeutse, rat
sore the original Tenaa waa not a
b sennas she has ne
Bat I believe that the lllg
Ideal gin mast ba both noefnl and
"A college girl has been compared to
Venui, but suck a girl undoubtedly
owee her good form, at Iraat In a meaa-
ure, to athletlca and gymnaaltim work.
The London Venus I frankly a model.
a girl who usee her figure to earn
living. The society woman whom The
vanlng WOfld described aa having the
beat figure among ttit Pour Hundred
probably dcrlvra her well-regulated II
mtntlotal from art aa well as from
Hut t believe that any girl who
works for a living, knowa how to lake
care of herself and has a halfway de
cern' figure to atart with, can stand com
petition tn the Venus class. That la.
ahe need nut he professionally expert is
the development of her figure."
I And now do tell me about your own
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THIS SSW YORK STENOG.
VERY LIKE THE GREEK
STATVE VENVS DE MILO
This table shows the remark
ably clone correlation between tha
height, weight and genernl meas
urements of Mlas Dorothy I.
Smith, a Manhattan stenographer,
and the wnrld-famou drank
statue which haa so long stood at
a synonym for all thai Is beauti
ful In woman. Mitt Rmlth haa
been put forward aa lha Venus of
the business world.
ft ft. ft IV
N la ...
messuremente." 1 urged.
"Well. I em It feel t". Inches tall, lust
a bit ahorter than the Venus de Mllo,"
Itemised Mies smith. "To balance Iht
difference In height I weigh ehnut all
pounds less thsn the catlmstet weight of
the ei at ue -that Is, IMS pounds My
bust measure le B) inches, en Inch
mailer than that of the Venue; my hip
measure la HVj Inches, half an Inch
smaller then here; snd my waist le tf
incites In clrcumferen -e. Tou eer there
la really a rather close tally between
the reepecthe measurements."
COkftPARIS WILL WITH TH
VCNU8 01 MILO.
"Now," aald I, "tell me how you dt
It. Vhat la the prescription for making
a Venue of one's self'.'"
And here It le. vnu wmtM-be queens
of love end beauty, unvopyrlgbted and
free lo all.
"Sleep eight hears, ana sent ga
oat sfteaer IT an I we eraalaga a
week. Walk all yon waa, an Is
sign ha any aaadarsti ahaVurtta aav
ttrttsa which yor. enjoy. Seat hay
at let angrhody bay it tar
Costs less thsn half
cent a dish.
yon. When yea sit dewn always
eel est a snW-bashsd shear, and
whea yen stand fvtde year weight
evenly between bank feat. Waver
wear olothea that new aot eosnfort
able." At least It's an Inexpensive prescrip
tion, and. In my prlvste opinion. It will
Improve ttie ueer's health, kf not her
'! think that ever ao many buetnwae
gtrls. and women, loo, make the ealatahe
of not taheng anoagh exercise," ex
plained Miss Snniih. "They are in an
office all day. and when they ga home
they Just sit still In ths house Perhaps
they don't evea go oat on Kundny. or tf
they do manage to take a walk that Say
It Is s slow little stroll of a few bloehi.
'Tsraonally. I make a practice of
never falsing a street car or the subway
when I raa possibly walh. Bvery dsy
whsn I go out to luncheon I take ss
long s walk up fifth avenue as my
time allows, before returning to the of
flee Then t hsve the great advantage
of living In the country. Bo although I
work et dave in ths week, i rrnd time,
week ends, to fake toag trampa over I te
mountelne which are ftiar sty home.
HI SURE OITS A LOT OP UN
OUT OF Lift.
"Tee not been oat of high school eery
long, snd whlls there I wag aa enthu
elaetlc haeket-ball player. Of course I
can't keep that up now. not i drop tn at
the g-vntnasttim at least as rt- aa once
a fortnight la the russmer I Star tennis
ami ride horseback. Last sur ler we
Were at Lake Hopatcong. and I hsd a
glorious time swimming, i using and
"to you go In for any spetnsl oaiia
tnenl'S gaily?" I ashed.
I don't find It neaeaeary." responded
the stsnngraphlc Venae. "Just walking
about a good bit and silting and eland
Ing properly are the mot lone' I a drier
"Bees aa many gteto
weight aesee oa ease foot ttssa
en ths other. Thai ts tssng to
throw Seat tha haps seat xhoa the
nrhoso has atet at sSsnys. Aim g
etsvdghs-taaaatao enaxar, Tftth She
V. Altaian Sc (Ha.
will hold the following Special Sales
on Monday, January 20th:
Women's Cloth Coats, Silk Pettlcoatt,
Black Dress Silks, Novelty Laces,
Wool Senre, Cotton Dress Fabrics,
Muslin Embroideries, Children's and
Little Children's Washable Dresses aatf
Women's Made-upUnder wear stamped
The January Sales of Oriental Rugs and
Household Linens will be continned.
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opine pomaeoealar and Ska sSjBB
lately sry tew he) rsshlenS
Of the any."
What So yea aatf ' I laoutrnd.
"AJbont what t want," she stills
"I beeskfast aa coffee and a sextant ai
have one or two sxrostaatlat dishes t
both If Buna asx dttMpr. I taraly
sat candy, g Mow oa sweets of every
description and never fsnoh hat ween
1 oht saythJog I
"I've found that I can't go to daneoe
or other sffakra oftener than two eve
nings a week wlthoai sufferxag for it.
Nearly every night I'as h had asanas
M and I got up at t B So I average
rally etght hwurs of sloop, for the
rest there's always a window span la
the office where I work and my slothes
ara comforts bis. I wear enroots, bat
they're not too tight, and t wowlda't
think of putting oa a high, stiff cellar "
Now. If you want ta ho Veans.
here'e yowr rote of throe'
silver mat m ows leg.
nav sntAN'CfSOO. Jan. Is. An aoorh-
tlon performed by Dr. MMtM r. Clark
en a mongrel dog. la which a piece of
aa tha lolnt and a dlam end-boa ring.
starHag sSvor htnss swelathn. gt-
trading attonoea aero toany no one ex
S . - MsSsSe aa
Dr Oark, wmA4
asm A gftlaW gf SHJB BMSSj IP s a s, p tins mm
Oroece. dettrSBlned to try ankgn
saept ho had long m salad. WHh
. e r a a wvMhtas ha
formed two osowtto:
etlver Maeye allhsnt
aorvee or llgatss
. n f Iks
sjnif sr 1 l
a couple of Usees sod