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THE EVENING WORLD, FBIDAT, JANUARY 24, 1918.
the ooor of Rector' at the commtn4
f a policeman.
Members of the Hotel Men's Assoela
tlom Mid thla afternoon ehat they wero
at a loss to understand what prompted
the etrlke. The demands ot the Inter
national Hotel Workers' Union were
lcard and settled a month ago. they
MOWN'I AND MAILLARD CRIP
PLED BY NOON WALKOUT.
The strike spread even to the T. M. C.
A. Building on West Twenty-third
street, where twenty-three waiters and
bed makers walked out at nosa. leaving
,ths big establishment crippled. Forty- Fleets of Big NatiOPS to Com
nlne waiters In the restaurant of MM
Hotel Malllard. at Thlrty-clfth street
and Fifth avenue, also chose the noon
hour to emphasise the spread of the
struts order; the 'head waiter walks
out with them.
The International Hoist Workers
t'nJon to-day formally nerved upon the
Hotel Men's Association and ths Inde
pendent proprietors who are not mem
bers ot thst organisation a sweeping
rchedule ot demands. The ultimatum
makes ths fist demand that all ' 'steed y"
slier whit constitutes a "steady"
waiter not being specified shall re o el re
not less than Ho a month, and that all
"captains" shall receive not lass :ha
ro, "Omnibuses" shall not bo paid less
than IB a month.
Thre shall be no Ansa Imposed upon
njr worker whatsoever." reads an
other Important article of the waiters'
The situation at the commons In the
'olumbla CVlloge campus was one that
. , . . ,.......-.. . rrlnnln. .hit tlK1n
students about the doors ot the lag
rating he1, but w-hloti developed Its
eertoua side when the time arrived for
ths noon meal.
In the middle of the breakfast boor
vne of She union waiters, known as
"Fell" to the two hundred and mure
i indents who dine at the commons, ap
rroached the heed waiter and began to
I arangne him. The head waiter grabbed
Mm and started to run him out or tne
Loins, hall, to the applause or uie otu- I
i.enta. who were spooning tnejr musn
nnd cracking their eggs, all
ii ' the labor troubles brewing In
rtadat. Suddenly 'Tells" snavei
towel over his head and veiled.
All of the thtrtr-vs union waiters.
Mtshsn nelpers and 'buses, except the
head ehef. went to the locker rooms
Hnd took off their uniforms. Two of
the saalstant student waiters. Who wars
having their breakrast. hurried Into
tbser aprons and serve the remainder
of the meal.
Within an hour union pickets wsrs
pacing up and down In front of ths
door of the commons chanting, "Don't
patronise this place." Meanwhile, tbs
student waiters were wondering timor
ously what would happen to them If
they continued serving their fellow col
legians without Joining ths union.
Wbsn ths noon meal was served ths
full corps of student waiters filed Into
the big dining hall, unhindered by the
strike pickets, and did their bast to
answer ths calls of hungry students
far -foot. But there wsrs ns waiters
oatstde of ths student fores.
GOV. SVLZER SAYS
THE SERVICE BOARD
SHOULD MAKE GOOD.
A meeting of ths Merchants' Associa
tion of Now York was hsld this aftsr
noes at No. M Lafayette street to ap
point a committee and adopt resolutions
rata ting to the sutowsys to bs presented
to Gov. Bulssr nest week.
. H. Outerkrldgs. Vice-President of
'ths association, eras appointed ohalrman
of the committee; Edward C. Bloom of
Brooklyn, J. Clarence Danes of the
Bronx, and John Adlkes of Quotas ware
appointed Vice-Chairman and F. B. Ds
Ths following telegram from Gov.
tkjlssr's secretary was read:
'In I eat, to your telegram, the Oov.
sanor directs me to say that, hs will bs
gtad ts ass your members at any runs
l gawaulsni to themselves. However,
there is nothing before the Governor at
ths pros eat rime relating to ths stfb
wajrs of Naw York City upon which hs
Hfe Is so much In favor of home rule
thM he does not want to Interfere In
lioal matters In Now York City, unless
It Is absolutely nrcvssary for the gen
eral welfare. He hopes you will bs
kbls to use your good offices and In
fluence with the PuJhllc Service Com-rr-lssSonrrs
to get for the taxpayers what
ths taxpayers want and are entitled too.
"If you want to see the Governor re
garding ths successor to Mr. Wlllcox
hs thinks It advisable for you to ap
point a committee, and he will bs glad
ts take ths matter up with the com
mutes st ths Executive Chamber the
latter part of next week, or at any
other time convenient to your com
mittee. "He thinks It unnecessary to put
your members to tho sxpenas of coming
to Albany at tho prsssnt time, when
there Is nothing hs can do at this snd
of ths Una Hs thinks ths mattsr la up
10 ths Public Ssrvlcs Commissioners to
maka good, and every effort of ths tax
payers should bs sxsrtsd la that dlrso
tlon." WRIGHT'S DISMISSAL
AGAIN DEMANDED BY
SPECIAL GRAND JURY,
Reiterating that William J. Wright,
tieputy Commissioner of Correction, Is
not an efficient public ssrvant and
should be removed from office, the Ex
traordinary Grand Jury to-day present
ed to Justice Cloff a request that ths
rsport of Its Investigations of Dec. Is,
iU, into the management of the
Tombs be forwarded to Oov. Sulser for
action. Another copy of ths report will
bs forwarded to Commissioner of Cor
The lira ni) Jury's presentment to
day recited that ooples of Its former
presentment had been aent to Oov. Dlx
and to Mayor (lay nor, without action
being taken relative to Wrights dls
nilesal or to sn Independent lnvestlgs-
tlon of hiH conduct or of the condition
of the city prison.
Justice Cloff U aeked to again lay
the specirte findings of the Grand Jury
before Die Governor, the Mayor and
sweanirr Crashes With schooner.
NOKKOL.K. Va., Jen I4.-A wireless
here says that the scb,Kiner J. Edward
Drake collided in the fog early to-day
With an unknown ateamer off Hog
Island. Ths Drake Is reported leaking
bkdly and In need or assistance. Ths
revenue cutter Onondaga haa gone to
TO MAKE TURKEY
YIELD TO POWERS
bine in Action on the Ac
cepted Balkan Terms.
Fighting All Over Gty and
Many Arrests Following j
Killing of Nazim Pasha.
VaSTXYS, Jan. M --Italian. ilrttlsh and
other warships have been Ordered to
proceed Immediately to Turkish waters,
according to despatches from Medi
terranean ports, which announce that
there Is oonsldsrable aotlvlty among the
fl"l" f the great powers
Thla Is regarded as ths flfst step to
force Turkey to keep her agreement In
the acceptance of the note of the Tow
ers, which Included ths surrender of
A speedy resell nipt Ion of the Haitian
war Is rsgarded probable by diplomats
At a meeting or the neaoe delegates
0f llalkan nations thla evening,
called to discuss the Turkish irlsls. II
was dsrlded to await developments. In
the meanwhile the representatives of
Orsece, Bervla and Montenegro are ask
ing their respective governments to
authorise them to break off negotiations
whenever they consider the moment op
portune, as has been done already In
the oase of rliilgarla.
TURKEY RECALLS HER PEACE
ENVOYS FROM LONDON.
The aew Turkish Cabinet has de
cided to recall ths Ottoman peace
delegates from Isoadoa, aooordlag
to a asws ageaey dsspatoh from
OoBStaatJaoaU The Turkish Oov
sramsnt la said also to havs re
sisted Its Ambassadors at Vienna aad
M. Petersburg to return to ths Turkish
Envsr Mey, tho moat spirited leader
of the Young Turks, was appointed to
day Chief of the General Staff of the
CONbTTANTINOPHE. Jan. K 11 A. M.
righting has occurred at several
plaoes In ths city to-day. A dosen or
more persons havs been wounded, an l
many arrests hsve been made. Qreat
public excitement has followed the kill
ing of Naslm Pasha, the former War
Minister and commander of the Turkish
army, who was shot during ths public
demonstrations here last -night.
Enver Bey, who haa taksn ucn a
prominent part In the overthrow f
Klamll I'asha's Cabinet, is s populsr
hero. Naslm Pasha'a death by a shot
from ths revolver of Unver Hey, or from
that ot Talaat Bey, Is uel'eve.i to have
been accidental. The two officers. In
order to protect themselves from the fire
of Naslm I'aaba'a alsS-dt camp, who had
shot at them from a w.n low. drew their
revolvers and emptied thSSJ m him. The
bullets struck and Ellis' I Naslm 1'aslia,
who was seated Inside the room.
The funeral of Naslm Pasha took
place this n.ornlng. Ths nsw Grand
Vlatsr and Minister of War. Madmud
Hohefket Faaha, an old oomrads of the
dead commander-in-chief, was present.
CABINET SWEARS ALLEGIANCE
After the burial the members of thi
Cabinet Went to the palace and took
the ualh of allegiance to the Sultan
Huueeguetitly the retiring foreign
MlnlMtr. NoraJungnuan I'aeilia, u
called to a meeting ut tine Cabin
Council lu explain the foreign altu-
The Sultan went to the Mosque al
noon to attend ths usual Belamltk,
at which Madmud Holier ket Pasna and
Enver Hey also were present The
function passsd off without Incident.
The otilrlea for tO-UM
PI KMT HACK Three lea
imis saw. Ill fm toast
Dulitl an. 10.1. sHirrwoud, HI Ostium U., Ill;
Uses It Eutisnsi. 10V John Purtoss, 101: Prime
Ahmed 107, Bsauel n. hirer, 100; Mil toe a..
iot . ragSsUi in.
isWOstp mXCsV Wars raw sji pone Moo
aalltna fin sad a half fnrlnnm - Kimw.
KM, 'Tardea, 101, hasebvus, M, lnvrsjslve, 104;
Pal; Worth, ISJ; Ells I'rane. KM, KUUniindy,
I'M tluKls rest, 107; Oounteniart, 101; Clotlisa
Braah, 10R: Jsquln. KM. Chilton Kim. lot.
Alio ansim -Maue i... we
Tlllltll HICK Thf SSf ilda an1 iiimaxj
iiu':.- 400; arlling, sis fiirionfs. - 'rommenar'i
Tl "" Vm.un. 10". I. Id i ' . Mat: (.'nuts
town, 110; anMUL llSl Mppsr. gf; ("ra.iP'li,
SI Testes Ml- HIT: It's k T iler 110 Us
MSsVs, lit, sVilev ' llibss, 101; Villi
1 . Ins Uwton vtlsvli . Hi).
I' l Itril IIVI'K i.r-l, , , ,.
Car-nlils stwl uiiwael ll.lloo susrsntM; sli fur
nas - .l.k Krllosa. -. Mil l U.. lot; I'rlni-e
Alioiel, H. sms . Mill. Wfl Hrlft.trla. US,
Hrpubllma. lOC; Cirhlal. 11W; Hoist Tea. lot;
T i flreoi. iirj; Qsntos ) . 110.
FTKTII Itvi K Four vesr Skt snd unssnl;
tntrae 9.100; allDS; aaan rurlunss. ei.ttUs t'i..
VT; is, , Jiia, 1" II. l. ii.su 100, Teslun
Field, IC.1; V. Pesrfrs, 101; SUliir, lOS; Its.
nan. Iii Nsw Rner. 102; i sue 1, US). Uus.lliiii
HIXT11 HACK - -Four year snd ii.wiitt;
purss SHOO, aslllng. wren furlunss. 'r 1: ,
Ii. Anra-lon, o4 Muntasna, lol: Flural Has,
lOS- Luekv rtai.rs. UU : 'Hartic. 104; OksSi IK
106. (Ham Hea-li.-) 10H; Miss Jouali, 101;
flea-Han Hen.1. lot- EVIni Collins. IOT.
4tnrsist. allewaii' e of firs pouads clslsssd.
VYaatbar .lear. track fsst.
The JHiarrs entries for to-morrow's
races are as follows;
I'llt-T RACE aslllns; tliras sssr-olda and n ;
Ii furlmiss -Hue is II ll! 'I'ravtv Hala. kit
Jolly Tar. as, I :u 0 M; IsrenAVr lass. ION;
Ants. (etrl. M Free Mill Ull IWE 100.
Italana 1M. ... ,, a Tn. . I0S; Fauailil llsll 1US,
Nati.a Hon. ION
sKruNII RACK -.II. i.e. four -year old. s'id
sp, ens sua -Wsasworti tl., km), peas, Mail .
v, ii, Linn. 101. Ism Kiirere 103 It's.'k li
10.1. 'Roisl It "' Ii.'. liahKi. 100 . Bit it
I.Tlim. I OS Orln U. It..
Trrseul gtT asrrsil. uiree rear oma aisi
set an (istuiSi. 'Loan gliark. M; A sura SSi
Itad Vt'lluw. sfc gulik HO; M 1. iK.nl Bit, Ma.
tialrl. 117. rnuu-ins, OS; H'sh'siwl rl,letL 106;
Tallow IMu. 10ft; Wcaanutnr. los. Tin Judaa.
10K. Mriuunillluili 1 OH
SritTII RACK -Handleao: thraeyaarills
and as Ss f irrl.mss-- Kootanai 9R. Hania 11.,
OS. Pasliuua 103. Klla Bryaon. 108, 1 raasli
tloiiUriisui. 11.1 Jim Baars. 11.
Kir 111 Ml' 1. lleaa lliree vear .4 la all fur
I ess 'tteut .! lOO; Pauiinnaa. 10.1. Trill v,
lofT Id a Tale IOT '. ml-.u Uiusell. 10S , Pan
b's llo. Tlw ( loder. 112.
HrliraiW and tlsrk win
HiXiTII R4ii; Hell, us f..,r is-.J.I. and up;
one sane KI l aw. m, slar unsy. on K,
sals. Oft; Til ins ST; UHle vi.,, ., c
I. nr.' Vfs
uie (Jiri. He,
By WWm. 10U
TWO COLLEGE GIRLS
IN GARMENT STRIKE.
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Baseball Manager Denies "All
Around Champion" Ever
Played for Him.
After a long-distance telesnhone talk
with (Hen Wurher, at'iletlo conch of
furllHle University, James B. Sullivan,
Hwreteiry of the Amnleiir Athletic
Union, late thl nfti-rnoon nall that In
was prepared to deny emphatically the
nharge that Jggnsjg Thorpe, the famous
Indsan athlete, hol been gukltty or pro
fessslonalleim and would hsve his prise
won at rhe Olympic games taken away
It was charged that I'harles Clancy,
manager of the Wlneton-Haluin, N. C,
baasball learn, iiai stated that Thonie
pVaysd profasfllonal boil on his team
and triad out u pitcher. Thla war
Supposed to huve been prior to the
Mr. Sullivan said Hint Mr. Warner
bad received a letter from Mr. ("luncey
which he read M him over the phone.
"In this letter." said Mr. Sullivan.
''Manager t'lancsy said that Thorps had
never played ball for him at all; that
he had never received a cent of money
from him In sny way. and thst he hud
never heard of Thorpe pitching. Hi
did say, Inm ever, thai Thorpe hal vis
ited WlnMo.i-Sulem once on a fox hunt
ing trip, and that he hail put on a uni
form and praofttsd u few minutes. A
phntogt-.iph was taken of him In rh Is
Uniform, and from that photograph
sprang the story that Thorpe had bron
This, aivordlng to Mr.
XMAS RELIC NEARLY FATAL.
The custom of keeping the chVlstmas
tree until liaster prOVsd ntsirly fatal to
Ihe family Of OrOOrfg fteis
r v.. Tn
Smth Railroad avenue, Klnvhitrst, ts I
this aflernonn While Ihe mother was'
out of the room her two children. .Sadie ,
and ileoiaie aged four and six, amuse! j
themselves by ILghtiiiK Ihe tree. It
toppled over ami In a mument the chil
dren were In the (lames.
Their screams atlrm ted the, mother's
attention and she rescued them with
great dlffli-iilty. After the fire was ex
MnmUrhed the children were found to
be but slightly burned, but Mrs Itets
sustained, severe burns about the race, i
Tortures of Indigestion
Miseries of Constipation
Evils of Impure Blood
Quick. y and Safely Removed by
The Family Chocolate Laxative
Ex-Lax Saves Pain and Suffering; makes people
healthy and is safe for infants and grown-ups.
Ex-Lax it guaranteed to be efficient, gentle, harmlett.
A Its Bos Will Piers Thlsi Try It To Day-All Druggists.
ORDER OF GAYNOR
BAD, SAYS FAUROT
Abolition of Homicide Bureau
Serious Blunder, Witness
HAMPERS ALL CITIES.
New York a Clearing-House
for World's Crook Hunters,
Mayor Oeaynor'a order that orlmlnsls
photographs and finger-prints may he
taken only after their conviction has
crippled the IVHce IMartmcnt seri
ously, In ths opinion of Inspector
Faurot, who Is In command of the De
fective Ilureau and w.ts formerly Chief
of the nureau of Identification.
"Most of our prominent plckpook c:ts
Imve nover been convicted," declared
the Inspector this afternoon on ths
stsnd at the hearing of the pollcq In
irstlgstlng committee of the Board of
Inepector Fnurot brought to the hear
ing samples of all the blanks used by
the bureau In recording snd Indexing
the activities of detectives. Chief
Counsel Bucknsr said tho committee's
lnvsstlgatora had failed to get what
they wanted from the Detective De
partment, either In Information or
records, so the Inspector had been sub
poenaed. Harold De.mlng, associate of Mr
Ruckner, questioned Inspector Kaurot
regarding methods of handling pboto
grapha of criminals. The witness sold
New York 1s a clearing hQUSi Tor the
world ror criminal Identification and
the Department has more than :ni.0oo
Inspector Faurot declared the Depart
ment would he helped greatly If It was
possible to photograph men on arrest,
Instead of being compelled to wait un
til his conviction.
"Now." lie said, "we can get pictures
only through the courtesy of the
Sheriff, in whose custody criminals are
The witness said ths order oamej
directly) to film from Commissioner!
Former Assistant District-Attorney
Itrmert J. Turn buk was the nnrt wit
ness. He was In the homicide .bureau
of the IMstrlct-Attorntry's staff for sev
en years. Now he is a practising attor
ney. Mr. Turrvinill, as a man who hnd pre
issred mure than seven hundred murder
cases for trial, was railed to show the
relationship between the Wstrlc-t-A.ttnj -ney's
office and the detective bureau.
He went over the duties of the pogco In
cases of homicide, so onat the work of
prosecution may bs started Immedlalrly.
"The average policemen or di tei-tlve--
hae had unusual experience
has not the ahUUf to attend t i all tn
details (lcimiuidtd. Most "t them don't
understand what Is meant by the cor
"A whole lot of others don't, too,"
said Anderman Dowsing.
"VThy not put a sclentliflc mari on the
lob?" shouted Alderman Mulligan, who
la not a member of the committee, as
Chairman Curran rapped for order.
The witness said the District-Attorney's
office received great help dtirlni
the existence of the thomtnlde bureau
under Oapt. Carey.
Mr. Turnbull enld that under the pres
ent precinct handling of homicide cas, I
the prosecution sometimes Is handlcnppe I
by local conditions.
"Wliht do you mean by that?" asked
"I found this condition several times
when t iere had been homicides In sa
loons." nnsivered the witness. "I don't
mean the police would aid the criminal
to evsoape. but bhey did not make great
progress in satherlng witnesses."
Q. Did you ever find such a condi
tion when tie homicide bureau was In
existence? A. No, sir.
CJ. Was there any suspb-ton of graft
In that bureau? A. Never.
"When the newspapers drop a miirdc:
rase thi police usually do. too," jatd M
Turnbull "I believe a man could re
turn to New York five years after he
had committed a murder and live In se
curity." "Why was the homicide bursa l abol
ished by Commissioner Baker?"
"I don't know."
The witness paid a M( tribute to the
former Italian bureau and its work In
The committee prrtbably will continue
Its heatings until March In, anil will
' riolrt sessions four or Jive limes a week
. uisiesu or mree. as noreioiore in
committee discussed future activities at
an executive session to-day. Alderman
Frank Dowllng, Tammany leader of th
Hoard of Aldermen, who asked for the
executive session, wanted to know how
long tho hearings would continue.
Aldormsn Dowllng Is said to have
oppused continuing the Investigation
along Its present lines He asserted
nothing worth while was being devel
oped. The Committee adjourned until
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
JUDGE: LOVES PAPA
AND MAMMA BOTH
Seven - Year - Old Youngster
Complicates Marital Diffi
culties of Johnson Family
BUT HE HAS FINK TIME.
Watches "Choo-Choo Bnats"
From Court's Chambers and
Plays on Typewriter.
Way up on the thirteenth floor of a
big office building itvlgiis-r up in the
sir than he had ever before been In
ths seven years of Mg life "Dickie"
Johmson eated hlmwlf gravely across
a mahogany desk from a white-haired,
tired-looking man, who smiled at him
kindly. In response to a uuesttop
Which the Ktrangs man put to him he
"Why, mister. I love my mamma.
Yes. mister and I love nry papa, too."
And then "Dickie." who had been
solemn snd serious about as long as !
any healthy youngster of seven can be
at n stretch. Jumped up from his chair
snd pointed out the window that fin ed .
"Oh. mister, come here a minute j
Ixiok! Ixiok! Otrt there! Why, It's
raster, nilsler. with choo-choo boats and , "
boats with sails, like the one my pnpa
bought me to sail In my pond."
It was an appeal not even the tired
fared man, who had been questioning;
"Dlidile," could resist, even though he
was busy as rouM be sitting In Judg
ment over more troubles by hundreds
than those that had brought the little
fellow's father and mother to coutt.
sUnirlng bitter accusations at euon
other and each beseeching the msn with
the WTdte hair for the sole custody of
"IXckle." He walked over to the win
dow and put an arm around "Dickie. 1
"DICKIE" FAILS TO SETTLE
"Yes. there's water, Dtokle," and then
he fell to pondering over the unex
pectedly vexing sltustlon the boy had
created with his simple statement that
"hs lovsd both papa ana mamma."
The man had reason to do some hard
thinking, for he was Justice Oreenhaum
of the Kuppeme Court, and the room In
which Dickie found himself, facing out
lowsrd the Hudson River, was none
other than His Honor's chambers on
the thirteenth floor of the Bmlgrant
Havings Bonk Building, across the
sireet from UX County Court Houst
Justice Oreeniidiim had confidently ex
pected a quiet talk with Dickie would
lmravol some of the penplsrxlng counter
statements made by the boy's father.
Richard 0. Johnson, and his mother.
Mrs. Kthel Colyer Johnson, with regard
o which of them he wouid rather live
with. Hoth had asserted confidently
that, oosjld the Court but talk privately
with tho boy,' the little fellow would
state convlnclngily, first, that he want
ad to go with Mrs. Johnson, ir you list
ened to the mother; or, second, that
he wanted to go with Mr. Johnson It
you listened to the rather.
And here Dickie had upset both con
tentions with his declaration or no
DICKIE" TELLS HIS MOTHER
In a moment Justice Oreenhaum re
gretfully told the laughing child to run
out Into the outer office and the attor-
were summoned In prlv ale Into I
Chambers. "Dickie" gleefully dlscov- i
ernd the typewriter and had a ' glorious
time," pounding out "dlckle," "dlckle,"
with ruinous effeO'to the keys.
When the attorney's came out the
Judge's secretary called Mrs. Johnson.
She hurried to the door and every one
;.! las Friday. Jan. 24th
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aS MSkJ fUOU
eenfrrtlosi S5c. vslue else- as A
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CHOCOLATE COVERED COCOA
NUT ROYALS rresh . hi..
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is ...K fnnriani rrram. eovered with
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UK K34 . VALt K.
rot no iiov
OFFERINGS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MILK CHOCOLATE COVEREu
ASSORTED NUTS Centre of
.hepped nuts, ths plrk ef the world,
ueb as Almoads. Braslls. I'reaos. etc..
istered with our rremlum
Milk Chocolate. Qaf
VIM Nil BOX JSVe
PENNY A POUND PROFIT PLUS PARCEL POST
a.. i ibr sbusr apes lata will be delivered br 1'AHt'KI. TOST within .0 mile, si
New York by sddlng Ihe follow Ins sen ousts io eovrr pnalase oo t and and Con-
4 lb. bos
n lb. bos
U lb. bus
I lb. bes.
it lb. hos.
rl lb. bos
outside IMI-mlle limit en eon
ddltlenal. .'natal Note or f ui
C s.sRtk .imsI .
AlFnisr stores onen Haturda,T evening until II o'elork
M BARCLAY STRUT
Cor. West Broadway
M CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Church Street
I tiL Hew ec IMaasauoi.v
At City HaU Hark
left the outer office but Mrs. Johnson
and little Dick.
"You may have a minute to say
goodby to him, Mrs. Jnnneon," ss 1
ths secretary "The Judge says hs
must go baok to the school at Wash
ington, Conn., for a few days until His
Honor has hsd a rhanoe to think ths
(Mr. Johnson la an officer of a manu
facturing concern at iNo"ni Broadway
and a grand nephew at Henry Ward
needier. He Uvea at New Rocheile.
N. T, Two weeks ago Mrs
swore out a writ il habeas corpus oe- i
mandlng that her son. who, she charged,
had been spirited away by his father
to the Ounnery Achool at Waehlnejtnn,
Come, be producod In court, llrr writ
was followed, In a couple of days, by
a suit for a separation. In which she
made forty-five Separate charges or
ruelty and neglect. She also charged
Johnson had been unduly friendly with
a trained nurse, a Miss Katherlne
Relit V. whom, she declared, he had
kissed In a cabaret show. Johnson, in
an affidavit, retorted that her "KolnK'
on" with her brother-in-law had be
come MM tulk .if New Rocheile.
COREY GIVES LIE TO GARY
ON STEEL TRUST POOLS.
Testifies That He Saw Head of the
Gwporation at the
W. K. Corey, ex-presldent of the
Cnlted .Slates Steel Corporation
afternoon In the tlovern-
ment's dissolution suit, declared that
K. H. flary, chairman of the board,
hsd attended meetings of several pools,
among them the plate, structural and
"Did you mean to testify that Judge
Oary knew anything about these pools,
structural or otherwise, or only the
rail pool? asked tne Steel Trust law
yer. "He knew of all the pools," said
Q How do you know? A. He at
tended the meetings.
Q Which ones? A. Plate and struc-
I meetings a
Osry testified before
Committee that lie bad
STOCK MARKET CLOSING.
Tiia Mlsslsg were tie. big lest. iot and laat
prices Hon for to4s aiul tiie ust rtunsMs
uniparrd will, ytetrrda a ilnaing prices
vmal. Oeppsf S . . .
vm. it. rt Baeu
vui. Ust at rose.,
An. Can if
Aru tsieoSMStvo. . .
Adj. ii,'lt A Itef.
Vm. T. A T. Co..
Ana pads Mining. . .
A.. T. i d. V....
Halt. 0 Ohio
liwa. a Ublo
'., M. St. Paul,
i nl Kusl It Iron.
'uiiaol . Oaa
I Eria, lit
lit. 7or. pi
jntrr. Mat., pf . . . .
I. mm i Valley
Ueult, A Nash
Me. Kin A Ten
Norfolk A We.t .
N V. feu
S.irtlitm I'arlfk . .
tie l v s
I n. Pie
C H. Buhher
D, 8. steel
fj, k. Steel if
Commonly cause pimples, boils, hives,
enema or salt rheum, or some other
lorm of eruption; but sometimes tbey
exist in the system indicated by feel
ingt. of weakness, languor, loss of ap
petite, or general debility without
lausinR any lrriil;'n" out.
In many itlies Miey have been ex
peited by the r.eai sltcrstive .".ml tonic
Oct it toiiu.v in Ihe ttStU
ut ill the tabids kuuwii u
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
m7iTT l raS'l xoruins. Jn S4. laiiy'a gold watch.
tctwren io.Mli and lloth su , Broailway and
Amatanlsm avca. ; innnnsrain on wstiii. (1. A, H :
. ... alao Initials In gaff, L J. W Flndrr plnaie
rrtum I" L. J. rtyndBr. 001 Wsst 110th at.,
i irtmer.t J. Hilltslil rewsrd.
I Trade Mao
I SoexiaJ for Satur ay, Jan. ZSth
ASSORTED HARD CANDY-
S3f the best Jngrrdlcata i enterlas lats
'h i..,..;...,' . fru
IHrlr t VI"W"SMIWMI sos-ssessss - sTBsP
..... a , uinie fruit. MO I Its OUl.
ami others en-am venues.
Ol It KKUI
AH ar.e. t Al.-
1'in vn no
CHOCOLATE COVERED PE
i ERMINT PATTIES ,,,
finest snd rlrliesl ream, with aouelU
Ins peppermint flavor and eovered with
leep etiauns of sweet
Mnlrnilld for after dinner,
oi ft iin.t i vk He, vai -i
v.. porvn box
GOLD SEAL CHOCOLATES OR
BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES
Atseoliilclv the pureat lacrrdlrnta urr
uartl htre And Ibc rsjafeMtlooa art pro-dut-rtl
In (h finest nnd moat Nioilern
nno Ml hrnn In tlir wurld rrault. n
ronfM iLitn that 1mn rariu tl n nntlonnl
ifputntlon for utility nnd tl Hriounnf..,
nod thw iiaVknKt U bnaulltiiUv drlsnpj
or iiurii. uu ut-iii'iuuftnrMt.,
knet la beaulKyllv tlraltrficil
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in nn-oru wiin
bos . .
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mlirslliin. If desired, parkasea ran be Inaured for
urrener nuial aeeunipanv orders.
Inrss uusii eserv event
until II u'rloek.
Cor. Fulton St.'
147 NASSAU STRUT
Bet. Bsekman 4 Spruce St
36 W. UStk STRUT
Just laat ol Mh Ave.
TAFT PAROONS YOUTH WHO
STOLE TO 00 TO COLLEGE
H. C. Davis Robbed Harriman
National Bank and Went to
A dispatch from Washington announ
ces that President Taft pardoned o
dsly, among many others, Hubert C.
Davis, who stole 11,000 from the Harri
man National Hank or thla ortv. of
wM(ih instltutlnn he was assistant tell-
rvls disappeared wfth the money
, smpmh,r mi ani ouua-ht sev-
j eml momhji laitor in Gallfornla, almoM
etarvl-rsg, after having spent all the
Dai. little more than a youth, wa
tried and found guilty on Sept IS.
1B1I. Judge Hough pronounced sen
tence In ths United Htates District
Court. The minimum penalty Is five
years and that sentence was Imposed,
but tiie Court said he would appeal 10
the President ror a pardon within a
year. Davis wns sent to Klmlra Rn
rormatory. It was shown that Davis had a long
ing ror a college education that
amounted to an nhaesalon. rleelng no
i chance here he stole 11.000 from ths
bank, went to California and tried to
enter California I'nlverslty. He failed
I In the entrance examinations.
"The Precious Lives of
Are often sacrificed
Children should be
taught at an early age
to rinse the mouth
thoroughly morning and
night with "ODOL."
The germ of Diphtheria
is ever a deadly menace
to the lives of children.
It enters through the mouth.
The conttant ue of "000L" at a mouthwash
ii the SAFEGUARD that renders a child
practically immune from attack,
Plesisnt to the tsite and delightfully refreshing.
! "ODOL" will alio harden the gums and keep
i the Utth in a hcilthy condition.
rf M Drutfis and Derlmfnl Stores.
I GEO. BORGFELDT &. CO.
NFW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO
CASPERFELD & CLEVELAND
144 Bowery ISSMSST
NOIITII OF lillAND IT- "Is" STATION
" ,-. tlienlnss till 7. IMwatS till 10.
This Diamond fan Re Ko-hansed at foil
Value or Mi. nei Keiuniled. Ir..
$35 PER KT.
Blue While, Perkc ly Cot
u Irsai the blsaona Pr.ee Ca'.trfl
MottjjMed in Kings. Pfoachss, Ls al-
lisfga, Ear Sirevis and in f.n'l every
cpjwejeaMe style ' fewsfry eyef itisfto.
VI KllDlNl, IIIM.i
Prlies 9MJM to CjwSlltj susrsnteed
Nothing is more annoying to a re
fined woman than offensive perspira
tion or body odors. Those who have
used Tyree's Antiseptic Powder know
it to be the one rcuinly which never
disappoint. Tor general uses de
pendable in all cases it should be in
every household I nciuiilled as a
douche. Ilecommendcd by physicians
every iiere, as it contains no poisons.
One iic box makes two gallons standard
solution. All druggists, or write for
booklet and free sample.
J. B. Trree. Chemist. Waahlnetoa. P. f.
To forget this sauce would
In- 1 ik. losing your appetite.
IT IS A GREAT RELISH!
kOH bOLi'S, FISH,
SALADS AND MEATS
10c PER BOTTLE
Mslehy F.Hrit.liarrl.SS'l SprlngSt.,N.Y.
VVliO WA'.TS WITHOUT COST
r,M.4t .1 1'it.oo. Im.ii iau U tiiaca sat jf ux
nitmt. Hat o Kuia. Vktrol. int of 144
Dull, or Sii.,r Bawtag Mac hi oaf stood w
4mf tor iharttnilars.
K 1 ALt lCV qiitt gfaV Waat 14th t
Cl KR.iM.RuJ.lcnly. on Jan. 22. 1013,
BtLBN OVRRAKi baluved wife of lh
Ute Daniel Curraii and motbar of lUv
William K. t-'urran.
Funeral from her lata reuldenca, 740
t'nlttn at., Brooklyn, on HaturJuy, Jan.
Ito. l!i:t. at U no A. M.; tbrnca to si.
Peter'a Church. Barclay at., Naw York
City, where a solemn requiem mass will
ba offered for the hippy repnae of he"
sou). Interment Calvary Cemetery.
HELP WANTED MALE.
AND LIBERAL WAGES TO
COMPETENT MEN. APPLY
BROWNING, KING 6 CO.,
ie COOPER SQUARE.
FUled J atalfue
"Try before yon buy" is a safeguard
for the consumer. Nothing interior can
be sold on this basis.
No one is asked to buy Poslam the
perfect sarin remedy without first prov
ing its actual curative properties by use
of the sample sent free to anyone any
where by the Kmergency Laboratories.
SS West Mh St., New York.
Millions of persons have tnetl these
free samples. That they have fouad
Poslam meritorious is shown by its
present sales greater than those of anv
remedy for the skin. Ecr-ema, acne,
pimples, etc.. should not be endureil
while curable by I'oslam.
POSLAM SOAP keeps Ihe skin secure
against infection and disease, improve"
its color snd tnture, soothes tendet
skin, makes complexions clear, bands
soft. The best shampoo for dandruff.
All druggists sell Poslam (price .10
rents) and Poslam Soap (price tfl rents).
It's Me lor Olive Tablets!
That is the joyful cry of thousand!
since Dr. Edwards produced Olivs Tab
lets, the substitute (or calomel.
Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician
for IT years snd Calomel s old-time
enemy, discovered the formula for Olive
Tablets while treating patients for
chronic constipation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, but a healing, soothinn
No griping Is the "keynote" of these
little sugar-coated tablets.
They cause the bowels and liver to act
normal. They never ores them to a
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are so
easy to take that children do not regan'
them as "medicine" st nil.
If you have a "dark brown mouth'
now and then a bad breath a dull,
tired feeling sick headache torpid
liver and constipated, you'll find quick,
ttrg and only pleatanl results from one
or two little Olive Tablets at bedtime
Thev're perfectly harmless.
Thousands take on every night just
to ktfp right. Try them.
"Every little Olive Tablet has a move
ment nil its own." 10. and i' per bos
The Olive Tablet C.. Columbus. O.
l ml L.T I I VI
This lOD.Picce Imported Dinner
Scl with Every tU0 Purchase
ssssasaaessssw ejraaaa ssssvw k SB sjaBSSSa. 0Ba gSS
.3 tmm inn
5 n j ttsrnw
wl.00 A WEEK
M. Optus aa Accooat
Open Every Evening
W. L. DOUGLAS
For style , St aad wear
W. L. Douglas shoes
are unequalled at ths
pries. Thsr are ths
standard of quality
Stores Is Griatsr Nsw ink:
Sn N'nasail Street
705 llr.ia.twiw. eor. Illl St.
HS llruii'lwiw. eor. Mlh Ml.
ISM Hroadwir , .-or. asih St.
1111' .11 H I V . I I ll II .
HOI nil Vv-..oral Mil. m.
li':sd .VTe.,ne.rSSd St.
l-.O'Sil v..ei,r. isutk Ml.
im Tlilril ATe,ns all Full en Mm
f llllil 1 Avrinis. w ;ig li,wwas.
SSI rlslitB Ie., near 41.
I'll it rst ICMIi Hlreel.
Ss.sr, .n JlioaU hi.
at is i , rur. ml. i
177k l ii k in Avenue.
Ill Slwava Waal Ik la anus h..B Sn. .n,JL
Oat .UK. ..1
eougbl.aora tkraal. raiarrh, k.J Is. sr. aaltiraa,'
pOffijfWWS ust IS, SI SU SVuiaiia.
All lost or found artlrlrs sil
vrrtlssg in Ths World will lie
listed al ills World's Informn
tlon Bureau, fitlltaer liuiiilinj
Ar.uite. 1-urk ItoMl Worlli'a
I'ptown Of flee, nurthsreet eor.
aer :iHth Ht. sad Braadwsri
World's Harlem Of flea, aiu
West lanih 8.. sad World's
Brooklra Offlee, lea Washing
tun HI., Brooklyn, ror 80 dare
follow!, las prtaUag sT Iks
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