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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1913,
DIES IN LONDON
AS HISSON SAILS
News of Fatal Attack of Pneu
monia Reaches Younger
Man on Board Ship.
A Mblsgram to Bradly Martin :
anaoaawd to-day tho ileath In Ii
io of hla fathsr, Brarttar Martin, a
capitalist and aoetriy Issdsr. Pnnt-
maaila. uddnly davrloplng from an a!
lark of tnflusnss. waa tho cstiss of Mr
Marl In' a 4atB.
Bradl Martin Jr. recrlrwl tia nrs
or hla father's drain Just aa ha wai
out to ambark on tht slsamshlp Cai
nieala with hla wife and with Froti. i.
TownasnJ Martin, a liruthar of hla
fathar. Thy had rrlvrt a rshln from
flat Duchaa of- Crnvan, Mr. Martin'
daughter, on Motvlny t.'Cm of Mr. Mnr
tla'a aorloua lllnms nn.l Wefg hurrying II
Loadon by lha flral available itramrr.
Lag night arrond ami more lm
paratlv rablo eama from l.onili n Ml
I'. a of tho aorloua orlala In Mr. Martin a
lltnoaa. Tho eon and brother hoped
that thy mould Iw bl lo gtl to London
bsfore Oath Intervrnnl, but juat ns thsy
i jardrd tho White Htar HBejf at her p'i
a few mlnutss before sslllng time to
'lay. the brief telegram telling of Mr
Martln'a death waa ottityed to thoin
l,y a meaaenarer. who had followed ther.i
from their horn.
The Carmanla la due In Liverpool next
Wedneeday. with fall weather, and the
t iOf-atlrken kin of the financier will be
v. t tfie home of the Uuoheaa uf Crsv.-n
Mr. Martin, who for the last tn yearn
I aa made hla home conat.intly abroad
and had been received In the hlglirst
a -rial circles of Lndon, , in hla aev-
Bradley Martin was born Into SJgtUtl
In Aloan), Iec. 11, 1MI, the aun of Henry
Hull Martin lie graduated rrooi In ion
oUege, "ought for a time In the civil
ar In Um CClnoty-Hi'm New Yor Itssjl
ens, waa admitted 'o the few and later
aenred alde-doamp on t' r starT or
Mr. Martin newer syaetSSSj law, mt
devoted hliissilf to the handlJiM ot hla
i 'taSae and the munanement of a Mf
rtly accumulating fortune, the iseii't ot
aotlvttl aa no kholler and it'-
In several bank ng una broker. Kf
snd industrial nvporat;on. Hy
life he an many time a million
Mr. Martin mauled i'orn lis fllga,
'augtiter of a eaajlhy Middle Veateri)
man. Hoe was ambitions ti capture iu
prentacy In IfealVfU t Daterti dseigttat A
by Ward McAllister as the "Tour t!nr
d.ad." A fancy dr. 'mil given by the
elder Mrs. Aator etfautl t in ae 'lie
highest measure of achievement.
The Bradley Martina gave two gqtabit
balls one In their I'lflh tVMUt ho 11 '
and a greater snd more niagiiifluriit o .e
In til tlien newly o;vi.-,l Wnldorf. The
feast of this second ball gpag ai iunl
lha world; hundiejs ot columns of
:iesrt-papei print cnncrrninir It were SSjV
liabed. praachiT used It for a topic "1
.a thousand pulpits and the fbjrtVMtt
onaa who received Invitations trrssurvl
thani as the most magnificent pas
lotto In their social existence.
. It was computed that Jewels reprt
eenttng enough money 10 fund the debt
.'of Hpatn wore worn on the lieuds. fin
gers and breasts of the wunderfully
Ths raroat flowers found nrlnslsgg an
estrlee for background, a Kold dinner
' service waa rryed on the Snow SMI of
napey. Three hundred laokoyi In coa
tiiDiea of the period of Loula XIV.
movod with nimble feet Incaaod in silk
steoklrgs worth 9 a pair to serve the
The Bradley Martina held the tills or
social dictators until they voluntarily
nbdloated by their removal to a pci -man
sat residence abroad.
Tba Bradley Martins' daughter, Cnr
neaa. became the wtfa of the Earl of
Cri several years ago. Ilradley
Martin Jr. Is their only aon.
FIGHT RENEWED FOR TAFT
NOMINATIONS A FIZZLE.
Republicans Win Executive Ses
sion, but Democratic Filibuster
Soon Tires Them Out.
WaUbHTNOTON, Fob S.-The Repub.
lima Senators ysatorday took another
whack at their flniah light for President
Taff appointments. They s!rtel right
o( for an siscutivs seaul m and won
Uiatr point toy a vote ot IT to a. Mr.
La Toilette voted with tha Democrat.
Tha Democrats seould not even aeltls
down to disc lias pending nominations
and immediately began a filibuster.
Motions to reopen the doors and points
of no quorum followed each other at In
tervals. For a tun the Republlcane
siood by their guns; they answered to
ttieir nsmee on the first Isw roll calls.
Thla soon became tiresome lo some, and
ti use sneaked assy. VVlinin an hour
aud a half tha Democrats wure masters
ot the situation. The Kepubllrans had
lust because ( absenteeism. The Dem
ocrats all voted for adjournment nnd
carried tha day.
Indications cnntlnue that few if any of
PraaMsnt's Taft'a appointments will re
WIFE SAILS TO MEET
tOB ANOEU:s. K,b. 4 -Mi s Roliirl
etc wif of Capt. Scott, ths dlatln
tulaaad British Antarctic saplorar. left
i yesterday for Mao rranclaco, where
III take tha tamcr for Naw
to mast bar returning liuiiianJ.
"I aapset to roast Capt. Scott la Lytle
too In March," h said. "Thla Is ths
tls of the year that ha can gat out of
tha Southern polar regions and hs will
for that port."
Red Cross Cough Drops.
K'rn'vlMrc authlng ;.'r aarwhw. Be. ov..
AGED FORMER LEADER
OF SEW YORK SOCIETY
WHO DIED l VON BON,
UJ 11 MARTIN 2J
PURE MILK FOR CITIES
TO STOP TUBERCULOSIS
Expert and ( Sovernors' 'Ap
pointees Con.sivler State Con
trol of Dairy Industry.
Suite .onirol of lbs milk Industl t Ts
ille-ussed 10-d.it In the AeadoflU of
Midi Ine. N'o tl Wal I'oity third
iireet. nt coil sren arranged by tin
N.w York Milk I'ommltte. b dattgfetM
appn1nel fey thi Csovarnora nf nine
:!t.iii-. iH'-iiiii adScars, PMaral A dais
ant rSenibars t societies tlalnlni;
against lha apraatl vt tubaroulaata. One
of lb apaafel r . WW S I sady to admit that
inpc. Han la Ingdjaouata n hti Btai
II Mar Wood bf tl". Maaa.ii lmetla
laliy Board . Inlmed . n 1. . If ' . BtatS
md Fciiei.i' sttpertriaton. while James
'' U 1 or lha Dairy and Kood fommls-
slayj in 1 isi 1 labu , v 1 . said 1
"T'k pof BjriUi prodti sr . iMyvtotad
la a ill- TIM mil:. Ij pollntcl In oniv
ftllhy halo af . l re n the city nnd the
nioje! lalHai snd .-.mllaiv 1 nape, lion-
go fo- nathli ir "
"U'c have laanictors and IntpveUoni
i the itan- of the p iv He oorporatlotii
;he illes. Ihc boi-.m'i". the dairy n.
Mas itnmlaalonei " said I.. O, Averili
''c'li'ii'sliumr on Domestic Animal".
11 it Qardlnat Jr., n aalrynah of
Baltlnior, nnd Dr. '. i Matwhall, wtaie
V'otarlnarian and pcrriary of tne state
l.lve tl .. I;, .ml llnrrlN'miK. asserted
iMOaotlon of 1I1. IrleN should be con-
Idered n Hlatd function. Clinrlcx VV.
Wood of WoniKter I'ru ldent of ths
MaeaHchusrtt.i '.ittlc liwneie' Asao-
pftattatti eharaad timt triple I na paction
in ii La state la rulnlni the bttstnaaa of
milk pro Hiccrs In MnManchuaett
lr. K. r. Vchroeder of tht Bttraau of
Aiiim.ii I nd tea try 1 Waahlngton, i
mid the only way to protect tlio tiuhllr
la to let Ml;ile and city work toKether.
Hr. JuIIum llro.lcr. one of UoV. Hulsei's
.'rieKiite-. roportsd tn.it tho Madlcal
Sim let j ot the CoWttl of New York
fatrort Inapactloa by the state rather
thun h toe Baaamunltlaa,
Kcs m 2 for 25c
Tee taw Mais Uaadsrad Coflsr lor
the waay thousands of nea who detoaed
MWsHilna stfenat (feat ths otdiaary collar.
Ha UaocorrJ sjibrsskabU buttoahoUs
but loagsslhUarlisiag hnrl taaps.
P. IDE ft CO.
'. M. T.
TO ARREST PLAYMATES
IfTllfy Tease Bald-Headed Lad
Any More He'll Take Them
Wban little Krsnk lioineco look off
his hat in the lint.s U'iihim 'nor! Ilit
.'ifternoon there Wae icvenleil
ludlerasjaly bald and Rfelfiy Ifei
t.tler ran thrnugh the r-icrn and w
Into a Nisgnia of laughter. Rvan MaW
latrnte Natiinet. doiog hi hem t 1 elnio
nt the hny. who, t ir truii i oltlee! ald.
aooght lo Justify himself foi playing
hookey" three aolld week from the
public school m Park a ran no 1 iot his
Kverybody la mill 1 "TffTagl lJg llm
tioinero. Krank father, nnd I'rank hlm
se'f. .1 lm walkwcd har I and frownerl
and 7ut his arm protectlngly nrnuud the
hoy l-'rank, beet red, lifted Ills hat fur
tively toward hi head hOfOTf. he reniem
bsied thin ilie criminal u- the flair moat
"land .111 oc'cd. nnd than he begun
"That allow ion gffey It Is my hay
cannot Ho to . 100I. .lodge." sai l llm j
iiam'eo. it i always dae laid oat 1
tvoi e. for 1 cannot he with him.
"I'm t hrec yaarS he has been tl ii nuy 1
bald, like an old nan. He hud irlet ,
fever, llefore that hi hlr Wag lonir.
ilka mine. It -an o'aok and curly."
The pnundliiK of the Magistrate's
guvel had qMHtd the laughter. wlin
B ink MM asked to lei: hl aide of ,e
hookey itOty, 11 wonted to go to
CtlOOl and WM i m'" to learn, he ald.
aiM due. when he would have aioKn
0 old (hat bl lack of halt' woubln't
aeein altogether unnatural, h wanted
In be a mini of affairs.
"But bow an I do It T' ho sake.l.
"Mow can I stand the wav theV lensn
me? Bvari lime any of tho other hoy
at aohoal see me they cell me 'ahthl
dome' and Jack llosa' and 'Hiiealer '
Rydll tho teachers lough at me and nt
Ilia name tbvy call me."
' lo you really want lo go back to
, honl, prank?" usknd Magistrate Nou
iner. who had stopped smiling long
Ve. sir but"
"(to back then, my feay, I make you
11 special iiollceman now." aald the
Cotlfti "and I instill. 1 you to arreot
and bring before me In this courtroom
any boy or girl that sll you namoa
In future The prlagurr la dli harxed. '
And so to-uiorrow morning Frank
I lomeco--not "Sblney" or "Hquealer"
I lomeco. but Holl' emun Domaco will
mo hack to ilia public school In Park
Sleeveless Guimpes and Chemisettes, of plain net and
shadow lace, at 50c; regular value 85c.
Dutch Collars and Jabots, of hand-embroidered linen,
and real Cluny trimmed, $1.50.
Dutch and odd shape Collars, hand-embroidered, from
50c to $9.50.
Madeira Coat Collars and Sets, $3.75 to 8.00.
Robes and Waist Patterns
Voile and Heavy Linen Robes, hand-embroidered,
$11.50 to 16.00 each.
New Madeira Waist Patterns, hand-embroidered on
fine batiste, $4.75 to 14.00 each.
Batiste ft Voile Embroideries, new line, in white and
ecru, in flouncings, edgings and bandings to match.
Also a full line of real Cluny and Irish lace edges and
James McCutcheon $ Co.,
5th Ave. ei 34th St.. wJBSU
For Mail Order Articles and for Good, Live Agents
In All Part of the Country Read and Use World
"Agent Wanted" Ad. Look To-Dav.
MISS HELENA STALLO
MARRIED IN PARIS
TO PRINCE MURAL
Civil Ceremony 'Rial Makes Ameri
can Heiress a Princess
Witnessed hy Hew.
PA Htl Feb. B.- Tlie civil msrrlajie
of Mlsa Helena Htallo of Cincinnati
anl Prince Michel Murat took place .1
4 o'clock to-dav before the Mayor In
the preeence of a email group of rela
tive ami friend. Prince Joachim
Mural, the head of t ie lione. mil th
Duke da Mou hy 111 ted a w tneeaea for
the bridegroom and Ambaa'iidor Myron
T Merrick gnd Jll Ige Nash llo kood
or New fork ii-' -d the regl'ter a
wllneaae for the bride.
The religion ceremonv will b cele-
I 1, rate. 1
to-morrow at the PathOlIC
ehiir-b of Hi llonore d'Kylau. The
function will be a qalal Bill
n 00. mint
of the recent death of the bridegroom'.
father, Prime I.ouIh Murt. The fnm
lly will then lunch together at the
Htallo relden-e nnd -ubeiunntly the
bride and brl legroom will pro'ed to
Marseille in a smotOT car on the way
to Alglcra to peral their honeymoon.
PrliKe .Murat h.i many Amertcnn
connections, ilia BfandaVlthai wae be
fore Iter marrl.ige Ml so I'arollne Kra".
of South f'arollna.
The American colony here has
watched with 1 " attention tae wooing
of the Prince. 11 RaaHaJh whose figure
la a well kiioun one along the boule
vard and nt fashionable resorts. He la
twenty-live yraia old, six feet (wo In
height mid auaasgaal firm and striking
features, lie met Ml"" MftllO In Novem
ber at a dinner given hy Mrs. Ituthrr
fOrd Stuyvrsant and finding that she
the Pahii de ilia -a, Ui
rrtnea hycaoM a flxturo there aad wag g
warm wooer In thai frigid tiriphere
.Mls St., , Is the younger daughter of
Kdmnnd K, Stnllo and a nianddauKbtcr
of Alexander McDonald, part of whoae
fortune abe Inherits. In October, lull.
Mis Htallo. nt that time engaged to Nils
Klorman, sou of 0 former ohlcer In the
Swedish army, suddenly terminated the
alliance without giving any reason but
that she "hn changed her mind."
The Misses Helena and l.iura Mc
Donald have undergone the rather
unique experlen e of bring reputed heir I
to millions whW h suddenly dwindled '
over nlglit Their Income la now re
njartad to be not more than If'.fWa year
each, but when Alexander u Ivma'd
died iiia fortune was deemed to be more
than HMNvttt, Prlneo Murat, on the
other hand, Is Immensely wealthy.
I - - - .
Have you tried it?
BKADY TO IKE.
Makos Hot and Cold MaaU Tasty
A Fine Fish Sauce by adding vintgar
Al PeUoUsesn aaa Oraeery btersa.
of One-Dollar Bill
Sine fortune smiled on me I found i
ludn't mucli to do,
And so it was I thought I'd start i
mail-order stunt or two;
With care I bought some jrticlrs n
wholesale very cheap
Attd started out to sell them and i
goodly profit reap.
Through a Sunday W orld Want Ad. I
hired a score of bright young men
To sell mv goods n neighborhoods
close where thev lived, and then
I'he orders cavr.- $ thick and (m
my ItOCk look ings .vt fgy
io J" the .'Jnif, if you'd succeed, is
my advice to you
DELEGATION WILL ASK
TAFT NOT TO SIGN
Representatives of Several Na
tionalities W ill Protest Bar
ring Uneducated Immigrants.
A delegation f eltlicni, reprcaonllnd
several natlonalltl. will leave for
vtnsmncton to-mormw morning for t. ei
purpose of prof, Ming to President Tafl I
BfsLutr hie en,ld ... Oa Will
I . -'"hi ., ii.b 1 1 lull 1 : ,1 1,
, Immigration bill, which Wag Introduced
In August, mil. anl wh!,), va pied
lost we.-k by the II, , nee n.l Sel.alc. Tile
delegation will 11 present the .Vationa' '
l.lliersl linmlgrallon LaaJIMk Uclega-
tlona fiom I'litHidel'inln, rhlcago, Italti- I
more, lloaton, Jersey City and Pitts
burgh will nlo he on bnn.l to enter pro- I
As etnte,i by offlelall of tho leagm . :
the Ujl ml oration law now awaiting the '
ProaJdont stanatnre '.nrs ail mini
grants over alxteen cira old w.10 are I
unable lo read and hi it, which has met
with the Mgorou protest of the league. '
Prealilent Taft will faj Iliad with i
(H-tlt'on from every Suit. In the I'nlori. j
hearing more than four thousand name. ,
Tl. ,. ... , .. . ...
lie ,.iv 1 oriv 1. i' u .111 will ne
beaded by l-M war I LaUtorbaoh, lneat
dent of the league. The (leiinan-Amri-1
an memhe " Will e headed by lr.
Theodore rlutro; the It illan-Aini'i lean
by Or, Antonio Stella 1 the Hungarian-
Anicrlc.ni by Mat us fir. inn. Irlsli
AniaHaM and I'olish-Amer.can cltlren
sill alo be well represented. II la ex
pected that Prof. Michael Pupln. or
Columbia I'lil.erslty, will gOOORVOany
the delegntlou as repiefeiitHtlve of tile
Sendan-Amerlcanii In this city.
of ranfcHn Simon & Co.
SPECIAL SALE TH URSDAY
Crepe de Chine Underwea r
Of highest grade washable silk crepe de chine in while,
pink, blue or maize ; dainty laces, ribbons and flowers.
Crepe de Chine Night Gowns
Heretofore $6.95 to $14.50
Crepe de Chine Petticoats
Heretofore $4.95 to $9.71
Crepe de Chine Combinations
Heretofore $6.95 to $8.05
Crepe de Chine Princess Slips
Dressy Under bodices
For Wear with Evening Gowns and Transparent Waists.
Of Chiffon Flower and ribbon trimmed. 9.75
Of Net Ribbon trimmed. 6.75
Of Shadow Lace Flower and ribbon trimmed. 8.95
WILL CLOSE OUT THURSDAY
92 Crepe de Chine Negligees
Womrn'i Boudoir Gcvnt of Crop i Chin
In rote, Copenhagen, malie, trey, pink or etolex,
Heretofore $7.95 to 111.30.
FIFTH A VE.t 37th and 38th Sts.
1. Aitman Sc (Ho.
The S:prSttng , 1 s
in new a ma tiar&v.ive sy.es ana materials
are now ready at moderate prices. Included
are BSouses of Tosca Crepe, Voile and Batiste;
also smani. Tailored Shirts of the popular man
nlsh type, made of silk and cotton fabrics.
Spring u..i, .lil il0W .Moes
COLONIAL TIBS AN0 PUMPS FOR EARLY
SPRING WBAR ARE BEING SHOWN
If"- TUB FASH10NAB! -B LEATHERS,
ituj ,a .nmr, Uij uiui tij ftirrrts, Urn flwfc.
blackballs for a baron
CAUSED REFORM CLUB ROW.
Sponsors Wen? I.lnyd-Ocurge and
Wknton ChufeMI Mid T'.iey
UOXPOWi Feb. ;. Winston OfeimMII
and Ud) 1-fleorge r:,jnil from the
P-fo-ni Club became of tho hla kbaltmf
bf ParT de Foreo'. whom ttiey re enlly
put up for membership.
The Reform Club la lbs most ex lualte
sorlal Insrltiitlcn on the Liberal shi of
pollfbs. snd Ihls strong lotion on tho
part of to or 1 M moat powerf ill Liberal
ministers lias created a natlon.
llsron d Faroal I a tnesnlior of Wis
Marlbnrough iTIitb, ot fMch all the rri!
family are members. King Kdward, who
look a great Interest In httu 01 Ms ar
rival In England, owing to hie relotlem-
ahlp to it 1 ot, Hlrscb. having ten amonr
In tponaon at th lime or hla elf WM,
For another club to refuse aikniftanr
to n member of the Marlborough ' be
llvert to be unnroceClontW. The reaon
QUALITY in uorbtnanahtp.
quality in material, and shove
II. quality in tone that makos
" Will tit KM rsl Caf'l fbfayl.'
a high grade instrument in every
sense of the word. These Beh
ning "pedal touch" permits freedom
nnd rurenesa of expression in a mas
terful way. It is the ultimate end
the unmechanieal player -piano of to
day that warrant your selection.
7 .vi. Mrte IO eeoo. MeU 34
h.vi. ntrle 3i gocai. at, 1. :vi
Convenient Terms. Booklet cm Request.
Kntrsti'S R Htb ft.. N. T.
. moo: generally given for the opposition
1 1. Bt no do Forest at the Ileform ClUI
Is that b was the principal contributor
I Id lbs fund for l.loyd.Tloi's land It
iforrn campaign, to Whim msny of tbo
1 older echoil of Mberaia wre hotly opposed.
j ASK LUXURY WITH BRICKS.
Al'OJTIN, Tel., Fob. 6.--The fltate or
.gar.itstlon of the Stone Maaons and
uricotiarers Ltilon has aorvod ofllc'al
not:- on oil confrsctora 1n Teaaa tha:
beginning Msrch I individual drinking
ouys nr.d private dressing roamg mint be
provided fhelr men at place where
I A new sage schedule of t per day for
foramen and t; a da for lahorera la
I alan domanded. I'n.s la an Incrcage of
, tl per day for h claay.
will hold To-morrow, a Special Clearance Sale of
47 Women's Evening Gowns
including this season's best foreign copies, in a large
variety of materials, some fur trimmed, among which
are many very elaborate models.
at $49.50, 65.00, 89.50
Originally priced from $95.00 to 225.uo
AImj To-morrow, an Extraordinary Offering of
Women's and Misses' Petticoats
in styles, materials and workmanship of a much higher ittndard
than those usually offered.
Petticoats of Messaline, Peau de Cygne and
Real Milanese Jersey Top, in white and
treet shades. Three New Models, ;it $2.75
Petticoat ot Crepe de Chine. Messaline and
Real Milanese Jersey Tod, in assorted colors
Six Very Attractive Models, Value 16.00, 3.85
Women's Low Cut Shoes
Advance Spring Styles suitable for wear at Southern
Winter Resorts, are now being shown in Perfection
Pumps. Colonial, Sailor and Oxford Ties, of all fashion
able leathers and fabrics, in the newest approved
shapes and of the highest grade workmanship.
Special attention is also directed to
an exclusive shape, made with narrow tapering toes
and short high arch shank for street wear.
Thursday, a Sale of Superior Quality Muslin
Sheets, Pillow and Bolster Cases
At Specially Reduced Prices
Sheets, Hemmed Hemstitched
Single Bed Size, 42c, 53c, 58c 56c, 65c
Three-quarter Size, 57 68 78 75 88
Double Bed Size, 67 80 92 87 95
Bolster Cases j
West 23d and 2 2d Streets
Lincoln and His Cabinet
A Unique Ensemble of Photographs
The Civil War Photographer
Of the Martyr President
and His Great Advisers
Free For the Coupon
IN NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD
Size 14 by 20 Inches.
These Photos are set in a design penned by
Alonso Wilks of Standish, Maine, in the Civil
War period, itself a remarkable expression of the
Patriotism of the Time.
BE SURE TO GET
NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD
The mercury suggest t mora
coal, mora clothing, mora good
White RgM Coffee, Only 35c. 1 Poaad
15c, 16c, 17c, 18c
19 20 22 23
28c, 30c, 36c, 40c
35 38 45 49