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THE EVENING WORLD, W I D N 1! BTFXT , VIBfcVAlT I, UU.
GUNS STILL BATTER
Allies Surround Besieged
Stronghold Of Turks Heavy
l osses at Other Points.
T!i" Torn -eijv
of AdilMiopte by
Brv;.n i.ii tn i"
at IMtroUg to til"
SOKIA, Bulgaria, I -The butn-
bgfdmi it t Adtianople ciinUnu.! to
day aii gttgg Um r itv, th Navy
si, Hii'i iingn! up lis- th Servian
IfWIM '"In train.! m HM principal
worlss ' th fort i ess.
T i.- liagitglwUlgf I of th HiilKarlan
rnv t the front report MM ylrls
1 without .inv righting KlOMJ ttW
Cha'illja HUM in frunl jf OmMMMW
kONDONi Kl. 6. Th bombar lmnt
of A.lrlauople, yhhWl opnl on Monday,
Ir. I.-.I without In!-- r iption to-day.
according to a seml-ofllolU telegram
fron Sutla. A oport w spread to-day
that log H ilga mi, had de.-lded to us
pand opilMMI for twtnty-fottr hoiira
to an la iflvo th 'Tii-klih garrison an
opp.irtiii.l'.v of surrendering This, how
eve: appear to bg without foundation,
a ar menv of UM stories spread Proad
at In reference to conditions around
and In thi ueleiguercd t'ortre.
VIKNNA. Kb. (.The battle between
in Turn mid Bulgais In the I'enlniuUt
of QoJJ poll was NMMt at mnrtae and
liea y lossr-a were reported on both old.
Turks and Arab from Asia Minor to
th number of Ij.OO" ar engaged, and
th Hulg.irtaii MooiUltfd atlffer r
eJstin. e than they aver had at Chaulja
Th oi),ei:t of It i.u.ii a a Hank move
ment rn t.alllpoi: I to capture the Oai
an:ie fortliloatlona and open the way
for th bmntmrd nerit of Adrlanuple by
tha Dieek fleet.
A Hon despatch aald that all for
igtrrn and pon-coronat nt have ln
Adrlanople. A Urge part of the Holy
CUf ttl reported burned.
OONBTAM tinopm:, Fb. I.-Meh-mo
d Shofket rash i. Turklah tlrand
Vlilcr and Minister of War, Ml for th
front ut Um rhatalj.x UnM at 11 A. M.
tin' Hulgar.ans and
fur not Droved vet-'
!t K'.giit Inhabi
tant had been killed up to thin morn
ing and II fly prlVAtl bOllg had been
tri im Br siijkr' P;.jh. the ornti.
raajfldrlnirhli of Adrlanople. imported
hy wlrel IftteiTgsjhy to ihe War
Ofn., her. tu-d.i I
"T'le taamy boiWbarailng . On
hundred nii l th rly-i-lK'.it eoaOaM
abt'iM Mild eleven sliapnel have fallen
In lha otty killi ng eight person and
srounllin n:-.i-thr tn. A numlmr at
l-OUfei" gr ln ilautns. The h invrd
PENNY PUDDING FOR EX-KING.
Manii-I of l'orlusal Ukr. What H
iol In l.oilalnu Itonir.
fOiVTXN Kt'i. . Ti rmtr Kln Man
i l of Portugal ylrdg' vlgUad on of
th i .onion rouiKy Counell lodgdna
outiM fr ilngle nn, on Krmbla ei t.
Ho gt i penny'g worth of brood puo
luni ami proaounood it lgollont Af-
lOTWOrd he 'hutted wi:ii MVOrgl In
mate". Th" mAita''i off. Mil to keep the for
mat nionar.ii for hll!ing a lay. Klnir
M muel ald h would think the mane
uver, adding. "I have often alept In
Honest Statement of
Well Known Citizen
An nilvertisement of Dr. Kilmer'
Swamp-Koot. wycb I aw in the St.
Albans Messenger some time auo. in. lured
in to K've your rmiiy u (glf trial.
I as then suffering from trrriblc pains
in the small of my back The pain was
usually frenlest during tbr morning,
and often hen 1 nt tempted to arise from
ray bi'd to go to work. 1 found 1 could
not do M without the Ullltoaltg of some
member of my family. 1 am very grate
ful for the I;. ii nl your great remedy has
done for inc.
1 though 1 would have to use much
more Swamp-Root thun I did, in order to
gel well, but am absolutely cured of my
kidney trouble and am now without the
slightest pain, after using only seven
bottles. Whs cured about six months
ago, and though 1 do heavy work in the
shop where 1 have been employed for the
past forty-four years, have had no re
currence .of the trouble or pain in the
I am doubly thankful for this, and
while now an old man, I again feet the
strength of my youth, thanks to Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Many others alio
uso it to as good advantage aa I have.
Very truly yours.
40 Kdward St. SL Albans Vt.
State of Vermont ts.
i 'rank I in County J
At the city of St. Albans in said county,
on this tlie"Oth day of July, personally,
before a Notary Public, within and fur
said couuly, John 1'raiier, whose mark
I hereby witness with W. E. Powers well
known to me as a reputable ritizen of
this community for the past thirty years
and fully entitled to credit and made
oath that the foregoiug uffidavit by him
signed is true and correct.
JOHN fi. KEEN AN,
Or. Kilmer ti Co..
Blnahauiton. N. s.
I'r.re What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Monti t Dr. Kilmer & ' o.. liingliam
laHt N V . for a sample bottle, ll wilt
convince anyone. You will alao receive
a, booklet of valuable inform a linn, telling
all about the kidneys um! bluitdcr. When
writing, be sure and mention the New
York Evening World. Regular fifty
cant and one-dollar size buttle for salt
Mail drug steiaa,
JAP MOB AT PARLIAMENT
following Vole of Opposition Parly
AfliM Government Members
Are Roughly HMUM.
TOK IO. Jiipan. 10 fc, 6 -The, Japan
IMet by a majority of SI lo-day passed
a vote of 'natirr on th tjuvrnmnt
under Ihe Hi emleiflilp of I'lin-e Tarn
Kataura, who only t -ent'.y t. jk ,m- e
as Prim Minister and Mlnialc for
Foreign Affairs. Tl.a aeaaloua of t'n
Chamber were then suspended for a
pn kid of five daya.
It la es.Ti.-ted that MM! Katsma
will lmmedlatl' dlaaolv th Dirt and
call for a general lc.-tloo, meantvi:!;
retaining fit -e
Tho vote In th D;t waa taken amid
tumultuous oena rare in Japan"
polt'.lca and waa brought aboui by dls
atlafaellon with th budget prepared
by th rromlr.
Natlonalrt members of t lie Dtgt, d
aertlng the party, w-e assauitod by an
angry crowd of cltina at rh n
tranoc o.f l'arlUwnent Houa. Thoy wre
ro-ignJy handld. the'r hata knocked off
and trampled, and thlr clothing torn.
Th wmpar of th mob clearly demon
atnatcd than th now Kataura party la
not popular with th popl.
PEOPLE'S MUSIC HALL,
ONCE NOTED THEATRE,
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Apartments Above Stage and:
Auditorium, Now Used tor
Picture Shows, Are Saved.
a:., I :ii .a k MM Os Ine ItPMI , a !
Uiilof Longford lurnoJ in a aerond j
aiar:ii ne a'i" the pgajplM1 M IM Ha' !
I igglbed 0) lodaing hOtHNM and HI th I
rear In MMttattll tret a; e pa, ked
tOtrfmantl nnd a factory n' the a- j
tlonul WoMll ''inipun. Althoogh ih'
atnokfl was thick there wao no pun: I
111 Lhe sut rounding building. Thg
loss will amount to ft, MO or 13.
HOMES FOR IMMIGRANTS.
A sot aerial Oterr ? La and Trmaedr !
by Arthur Train, on of the trnt-known '
prMSBt-daT wrltr of thrtlllaa Bdolure. ;
now ruwala to th Masraala aod RUrr i
HertUn f th Oaodor Warld. '
Th Pipl'a Muv Hall, on th Bow-
ory, near ttritid strot a generation ago !
famoua a the National Theatre - was
omplel-ly wrecked by Are 'n-doy. Ow
ing to tie diiigero.i lorallty, from a
flro otandpolnt, Deputy ihlef Ingford.
ho rponded to the Meat alarm, t irnd
In a cond alarm. Tmi big foro of flr
mn ennflnffd Mia blate to the auditorium
ar st. i" of th th cati. saving th liv
ing rooms and lofts on tha three tspper
floorg of rtio four-atory bulldhag.
Isaac Tlckar has bn oanduetlng a
morlng ptetur show In th oM building.
Th assistant nuvnoger, Loula D!ck, and
hi famtly lira on th second floor. Dick
end Ma wife wr alep at o'otook
this morning hn Policeman Hhaa, who
had turned In an alarm, pounded on
their door and routod thorn out. By that
time tha bu'ldlng, tha fire In which had
started In th rot of th ear and
aatan through the floor to th ataire
Btl of Syndicate nsewlngl l.arae
On th R1 f4tr liner Kronnland.
whldi rr1vd from An-t,wenp to-.lT.
on of th paaaerager waa V. V. tlh"l
Oi;dematr. agent of the Beuro.
r'lorldlan aynd1oa.t. with headquartara
at Chicago. Tho ayndl.-ate ha for Ita
o)Jrt. h say, th bringing or das'r
a'bl immigrant Into rlils OOttntry and
pron'lding ft "ii artth latid and home.
Turk" Slv. rtuoglans and Po'es ar
Th symlicat haa I aers of land ft
t'.ie northwestern part of fanede and
lOV.Oon acres In Mori da The famiraa,
according to tha iinm authortts, ars
given land upon which home are bull:
TWO BROTHERS BEATEN
BY BAND OF STRIKERS
ON WAY TO WORK
Assailanb Old iimployees ol
Clothier Cohn, Say Isaac
and GwtaV Duller.
gtrtk no Ita lUfSis TraMe.
HAVANA, CUha, Feb. I A anral
strlk of true diivoro began thla morn
ing In this otty. paralysing all freight
traffic. Th eauae f th trouol la tha
d la satisfaction of tho men wrth certain
minor provision oontlnd In th mu
nicipal lloenaea they ara compelled to
obtain before reoamiig pennlaalon to
gurroui.drd and then hammrd up
against a lrlrk a)l, tlustav and lean?
Manser, oruther, were a".a.;kl with
hal'-hets nnd blackjack hortl aftr
dawn t..-dey. ilustav rcetvd a email
fractut of i skill' from a hloa- with
a hatch" and Isaac reilvd a bid
Th 'irothtrs, Uuatav ll fortv and
taaac three year oungr. ere toa' con
Iractora for the clothing manuforttinng
firm of H. lb 9 Colin, No. 10 Hond
etrt. Two hundred employ of th
Cohn R-e out on (tribe, nnd nhll tin
Danaer wr able to glv the police
little In the sray of a gtM to th Idrntlty
of their aaaallaata, they ware emphatlr
In laying th blame on atrlkera.
Evr olnc a month aTo, whan Qua
tev waa attarjted and beaten by a
atrlkar at th door of th establish.
mnt. tho brothero hav gone to work
together. Qusav Uvea at No. (4
Tompklna avenu. and Isaac a.t No.
It 7 gt nekton itrMt, Rroofsiya Thej
had fOM ie MMIgdl street, wslKltig
On Suffolk oi l- a few bloeit" from the
fgctOsTy, ekoTg t'i- Fgflt ii whole floor
from 1.1 i'o'iin. when 'he at ts .-k aa
iioiit oi DanMra fought vunti.
hut again' heavy oddo. Tiiey nay
there wet rive or sll In tn attacking
party and blow np.iu tdow was rn mswl
upon them until both "ank to th side
walk beneath the .tin k Tli brotlier.
weak from lie blow and loo of
ilood were taken to th (.'ohn f.ictory,
where th!r wound) wr drggsfM
l.st.: both were able to go o their
Former mplre Pe)er Dead.
PIP 1 WdtCgtt, Pa. Keh. .' -Charles
B. power, newipuper sporting Mtilg
and former unriir In th National
faeague. died at Ml horn hr to-1a:-.
SKELETON IN BROADWAY.
Illgar S log Nones of Hooson t
ndee t roll. Tenets ot griss Ml
'Vnrlcrrien naed In ficavatlng for
the new suhwey found a kdeton to luv
nt.der the southbound trolly track In
Hroadwav st th uncUn of ftad
street Th" bone ar lb remnnnt of
i human form bur1d nn that apot scores
of yeare ago At capoiur to IM air
th skeleton fell apart.
In eaaavatlng for rellara and found
i:ins in the lclnltv of Broadway and
Or.m.l and t'anal trts workmen have
exhumed numarou ikeleton In th ps'
ten fggfA bail th record ahow no such
dtcovrU n far outh at Bead street
The skeleton dug up to-day only
about thr feet below the foundation
fir th trench.
What Kind of a Laxative
o YOU Take
For smart stvlt. lontr1
wear, exceptional ser
vice in all that good
hats should give
ton lira I. . 111 Bmedosr
MM lirolir tKO fhMdwar J grd.
siu Br.,1., 1 iwT itr.i... IT Masse st
ONI.T gaWOCLTH ITViHB.
171 rulfon at., iitnrartis Ctti Hall.
gt baa a gygMmaMo faotiaa.
M aaata OB VOOr Idea.
Sa SlZrJZ7S?m uTSirtgli. war.
It U fMatlo, fear aad gsaf.
n 1 Ik rasll af raara of
So jam Mn gkavt kMatt Tew aaaraJ If ywa r
m Ask be day fog
Hunrjradi Jatnos Pills
By giving your eyes
I attention now, will save
i you from yea rs of misery
later. Correct glasses
will preserve your sight.
Eyoa Examined Without Charge
by Rogietorod Eya Physietane.
Perfect Pitting (.lasses. gt.AO to lit
J. EHRLICH & SONS
Half a Century in Buiinoao.
I 217 Broadway, Aator House
22) Sixth Ave.. IVh St Sixth Ave., 22d St
101 Nassau. Ann St. 17 Wtst 'M -New York
J Ful.on St , Cor Bo-,d St., Brooklyn.
WOULD WANTS WOFK WONDBB?
men and women have bought
Homo Furnishings on O'Neill's
Club Plan. They bought at cash
prices, paid when convenient, got
superior merchandise and received
O We Give Surety Stamps Free with All Purchases and Redeem Them in Merchandise Ol
X JkT VJT Ct .-1 .
fffjr y in ixcw ions snupping sUenter
U 1NEILL-ADAMS LO.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Members of This
Club Are Given
Surety stamp Coupons with all
their purchases. Kach filled
book good for .." irnods free.
PRIVATE. CREDIT IS WEALTH
New Furniture at Last!
Aa In thla ca. ao haa U baan In h un.lr.--lji or others.
una hrr fainllv wlil n1
This wonin had In-
man i line a t hif In tn iava a 1 1 1 tl !" h gtk rnr a nmv ninlna Ran m
Tahlv. a g'arlor Hua an-l Urns ll-.l. But "nna Ihlnv ur nnnthitr" alwiavs
cam up- hibv'i slcknaas. new fur coat, etc., ftc. .nd aha didn't save op!
Thn Am. the (Uv tvben hr nolahbnr. Mrv ).. told har about O'KalU'a
11 uschol. ('lu v Mhe loin- ti -ul'-VteU out what sht wanted and hara It arrlvaa! Ph
ana oa v at IntrvIa.
refvirnlahad. tnora i'itr.'fortahla hmt -
Letters of Junihs
WORLD of wealth lies at the elbow of every member of O'Neill's Household
Club. Think of it members of O'Neill's great club can buy whatever they
need for the home everything from Silverware and Sewing Machines to
Carpets and Pictures at cash and special sale prices and arc allowed to complete
payments while enjoying the use of their purchases. No loss of dignity.
Bath Room Fix
tures Beds & Bedding
Books in sets
This Is Not a Complete List-
Tew of the Things You Can Buy On
Cameras Draperies Pictures
O'NeiH's Club Plan
Curtain Fixtures Mattings
Cut Glass Men's Clothing
Cutlery Misses' Clothing
Rugs - Domestic
Sheets & Cases
chines Traveling Goo
chines Window Shades
ing Traveling Goods
! M uitdox Untjlixh Porcelain efg
Regularly II9.6S. Special at 111.59
Decorated with pretty Persian
lionicrs in ml, white and blur; touched
and edged with gold. These are ex
tremely pretty, something new in
designs. Km pieces to each set.
New Club Members Sale of
Auitrian China Dinner Set j
"Be wise to-day 'tis madness to defer" make a special trip to O'Neill's to morrow.
You will rind the Household Club private offices on the balcony of the main buiHin,
with courteous club officers in charge. There is nothing complicated about joining you
will find that it is practically the same as opening a charge account.
-UT-SysVVrSjYr-Y"r"lt aa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaa, f-rfifmjyjj
Thin Porcelain Dinner Sets
Regularly IS9.00. Special at I1J.7S
Perorated with neat tinnier dgCQTt
tinus, in red and green, mixed with
gold. KHI pierea to e.n h set.
Regularly llf.M. Special at 110.98
Made with very neat Under of
green mid ,!"ld; edges touched with
gold ll'U pieces In oaog set.
" - a yylilvvvvvvvvvvvvjvvvvvvxwin
Regularly a.8. Special at I IS. 75
Floral designs wreaths of white
violets, aith stems and leaves of gold.
Kdgea lined aith gold. 100 pieces to
Enjlitk Porcelain Dinner Set j
A Sale for New Household Club Members
This $232.50 Dining Room Suite, 10 Pieces $174.25
Not Only a "Value"-A Disect Reduction from O'Neill's Moderate Regular Price. 1292.50
Regularly I99.M. Special at !.
Maddock's Euglish porcelain. u
'xtremcly pretty set, with an aiure
lilue border. 100 pieri s to each set,
if Nelll Hemefaralsblag "lure Haaement.
New Club Members' Sale of
$14.25 to $21.15 Lach
Sold on the Club Flan
It ig conceded by nil asvigntific authorities tbst ooldt dry sir ia
U(scH)ggry tor the perfect pwMrvsUoa ol fiaxj. Mi nts, to bs ki-pt
lieeli uny length if tittle and hu t th- juices retained. inUlt have the
sulfate dried. If tnege or other foods are lubjected to .i dstnp or
clammy tttmoanhere I Uey will quickly decu.v.
In the "Governor" Refrigerator the cold ttir is couductcd to
and enters the provision chainher at the bottom. I litis oreslinu a direct
or positive current, and by getting under moisture and impurities forceg
them away from the food and upward to the ice, the great purifier.
The insides of these refrigerators are lined with 1 1
iicil -.heel gJni . I! i'liiils are suldeicd. not merely tacked down, tnd
there N no cx p .--- I wood. The ice tank unit all removable parts urf
insde of atout, briii itlvuuised steel,
the "Governor" Ri irijcrators is l.iiili of f irt niiiil.l v i.ilu ill -ii'il
brown ash, finished a golden brown, primed and well varnished. Priced from Sli.ltfl to SHI. IS.
lf,,ll 11,, i, ,.(.;, i, ,-!,,, Hlarg llmrul.
;a ' jaiananagr'
j. - .-ft.-.-, H.I
llyjotnlru; (f Nelll II "i. i.i'ni mil ou i an Amutfe
CONVBNIfNT PAYN FNTS
BUFFET--The lop ii
i-t Be bag ami is it locbtl
high. The mirror t'lxK
inches; one large anil Imi
Miiull drawer-, in luse, one of
which is lined for silver etc.
Also two latKt' clulgtl fitted
witli giuid lot lis -in,! keys.
CHINA C1MBT -Height ,' larbe. vidtb i
iaehaa, It asa'tt.0 atlrrof backs BlslfJ laraog and
one glass shell; tan lare doOTi, with heuvy hinges
and good lock aud key , the stood shrive are grooved
so that Ihe closet mav lie dressed in Ihe niost artistic
manner. This i Inset is i unvrnient fm eithrr china or
ut gln-a on account nf thr t imatrui timi. having t lie
gjabl shelf unit mirror in Ihe Inn I- 1 1 has glass ends
SERVING TABLE - The
tefj is ISltB imhes and is 41
I DC ba high It has a nice, large
drawer, vs, hi.lt ia convenient for
cutler;, etc.: lariir shelf in liaae,
ronvoalegl for chafing dish
stand, trays, etc ; has heavy
rood handles and a wood back.
The outside case
online to size.
comfortable; it has g lroail panel
back, broadi t'OinfortsbU arm- ;
heavy box scat wiih corner
braces; the base is well braced,
ll hsi ii dip -cat upholstered in
a fine grade f genuine leather.
Huffrt Regular Price m40.0 Sale Price $37.50
Chins Closet " " MM. " " 41.50
Serving Table " ffl.00 " " 19.50
Bxleuaion Table " :'.1.00 M " 23.25
Arm ( hair. " " 15.00. " " 11.23
Side Chair, each. . 11.00. . " " 8.25
I his lieuutilul 1intnu Koom Suite is
made of fine quartered Indiana w hite oak. hut
can be hail either in golden Oak or Fnrly English
H finish, (ireat care has been taken in all joint
(instruct Ion and in the finiahing of this suite
in order to make it conform with the O'Neill
high standard of quality, while it is a suite of
furniture that is an exact re; induction of an
old Colonial dteign which, if it were on the
market to-, lay, would sell "or a fabulous price.
It can be I ought at a price that will appeal to
all those who want to furnish a hundsome
dining room styled alter the old musters.
This Ten Piece Suite consists of a
Buffet. China Closet. Serving Table. Ex
tension Table, one Arm Chair and five
Side Chairs. It can be bought complete or
separately as you niiiy desire.
EXTENSION TABLE It has a 48-
inch round ton and extends to sig feet
when 1 1 pen ll ha.s heavy burrel base and
Colonial feet; Urn top, with patent oak eg
trnsious, assuring an easy-running top;
fitted with a high-grade, up-to-date table
lock, which guiirda against the table
spreading cither in the top ur bate.
THE SIDE CHAIRS have
heavy box frnmes with corner
b r a e e s ; comfortable shaped
backs with broad panel in Lhe
back; the base is thoroughly
braced; it has a slip seat. The
upholstering is a tine quality of
Iloaaahiralahlaa Hutldtn third
CNeiil-Ailsms Co.. Sixth Ave., 20th to 22d Street, New York City
afa a-r I