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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNEttDAtf, iiibKUAKK 6, 113.
WHITMAN TO PROB
GIFT TO EX WARDEN
TO FREE A CONVICT
District-At 'onvy May Lay
Story of S7.000 Payment to
Frojt Before Grand lurv.
Heroine and Chum She Saved
From Giant Eel Pursuing Her
Obliged to refund.
McNult. Once Wiretapper
Kin?." Says He Brought
IHsttict-Attoinev WMtmaii will mnk"
thero.igli InveMlratl m .if the lelms
of Mwtri C Vagal that hr paid form, r
wtoagj Jrr I lYogl nf ttng Him:
prison 17.000 to secure th release' frum
the prlwin of hi son-tn-law, Rutin Jo
i.sn Wider, arntcnceil In Krhriimy. It1,
t.i eerve etahtaea ears 'or steallne
KOO.Onn fr-.n tha Nrw Voia agasicv of
the llussii-l'-ilnese Hank of tnl IT nop '
lily 14.00 til returned to Vagal, and
this only after a .l tcrtiniicd flht on
Vnsci behal' l.y Wllllan II. McNutt.
firmer kin of wire 1 .. Wlltr't
. ellmetr ut King King uM row 1
weslt if huwtnrsu M of Xn Jt; r,nr;
The lilatrtct-Attornr)' declares that ir
fCt besr out The statements of Vogrl
ana hi daughter. Mrs. Knuiia Wider,
he win lay DM matter before tlw ;r
According to McNutt. Vogel and M'
etlder. Vogrl paid T.i of hi own
money a Krot upon the lalter'e repre
sentations thit he could secure freedom
'or W.der. V!in M. N'ntt learned of
thl. he took llir rase In limit .mil went
M Mr. Kroat w 1 1 :i the dei uratlon that
unless tha mune, or part nf It. w
repaid, h would lay the matter hefore
tha District-Attorney. Thereupon. I I
claimed. Kroat returned It .
tMatrl' t-.ttoniay Whitman eald to
day lie had received many letters from
Mr. Wider, wife of the ynung default
Inf . eVer. aaklrtf that Ik rcnnn.i
her husband's pardon, only est "d n ..
he received a letter from Ml Wider,
renewing her application.
BARGAIN MADE WITH FROST
The bargain with Krost and UM rn
sequent Interference by McNutt all took
place last fall, but the fact did nu.
t ecome pubilo until lo-day. Mn.Nutt,
wlwn quetsloned. talked freely of till
part In tlx matter. II said:
was needed at my factory on I'aawl
tract, out I lat that' io until I coul.i
gat Dm Wider matter off my hand
It was more of a Job that I anticipated,
fat It required three weeka of tlrelea,
work to die up all the Informal! Jn I
seeded concerning Kroat I had to look
Into hi flnancltl standing, his politic:
strength and one and a hundred matters
before I was sura in my own ntlna "
' hire convinced the amlabl McNutt
headed f.i Albany auJ obtained audi-
nc with Hjperinisndent Scott.
"Returning to New York." sal'
McNutt. "I called upon Mra. Wide
lot! her what I contemplated dolna
and we atl rjartt out This wa
Jtsat before Chmtaiae. We went to
Front' home, a furhlshad room housi
at No. W Lafayette avenue. Hruoklyn
and thers found Mrs. Frost. We tel
her that the cash and bonda must t .
ratarned In forty-eight hours and
named tha Urand Central Station a th,
place. We Impressel her with the I
fact that If her husband didn't show ut
with the goods we Would go etratgh.
to tha Ulstrlct-Attorasy."
FOUR OF THE BONDS ARE
Thr drastic action wa not neeae
ry. a four of the bonds were forth
coming. These Mrs. Wider turned over
to her mother, who handed them i , hr
husband dulug Kroat for the i.alano
waa contemplated, but It waa finally
concluded that he had no rdaagjr. and
It waa the best plan to leave well
Fro! was found In hi home, an'
whan told toil the detalle of hi Irani
action w'.t'.. Vogel had become public he
became greatly agitated.
"The transaction w.ia not of my
aaaklng." he said. "Mrs. Wider came
to saa In my restsurant and akel me
to Intercut myself In her hoetuind'e
aao. She aald she wanted to get him
out of prison, and I took tha money."
Aakod how he expe-ted to get Wider
out with r WO ! refused to explain.
'T returned four of the loiiJe." hesi
tated Frost. "1 told them thsy were In
too much of a hurry, that they hadn't
given me time to flnlsh th work."
' What became of the other bond ant
'.ha .000 cash?"
"I didn't have to make any explana
tions." "Have you go: it"
"I haven't." replied tha fonnr war
daw. "I haven't got a cant. I'm broke
Alt ho je 1 he had lie-, er been ' onnei'ted'
with prisons Frost was made Warden of 1
sing ding. July IS. I7, and remained
la office until June It, Mil. His d
nlaietratlon was fraught w t . much '
trouble In November. ltV he made 1
atrwauoua effarta to obtain a pardon for I
J Bflward Doeok. a notorlon diamond
thlaf convicted nf ateallna over l'.- ...
In asms from Jewellera When the Jaw- '
ellers' Prole t ie Association learned of
I'roat's aetlTttiee Prealdent Oliver (1.
Faaraonden mad a protest to Oov
v s y '
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Ub 8 wPH( 1 '
LIVES OF TWO SCORE
ARE PUT IN DANGER BY
THIS 1913 CL1IR WflllLn m tlmrpt defin-d m varmu.
UCI D BUM TUC rnilMTDV 11 ",u w,u ,f",l lr '""ngri
ncLr nuri inc uuun I ni. r,,r ,h. ..nmmiiaory regitrn m or -vii
I I rorporaUon" eiigagcrt In MMBmM fcwtM"
iii Ha- l(kn nu CuiMng Truth by
u ... ate . ... j ) k s Imv. It is h'ird, wntiid aTlflg
Mean ... a RerK:m.d Ljagatidtwtoal r taatafilthtn
the JtlrMli tion of the Fode-al Com-
I The National BM 'lul .ha been or-
Hound in HuilJiri"; After
I merrc Court. The new avheme is to
" 1 esoeemnlaa thi eattfl and ttave It
Kt.lxel for trie pia ji.- of 11 dt refo'tn. , of a Chief Justice, aHr.lnted by the
athi The inovem nt originated with MtrflueT, prealdent ?ri Aaaoclatd .ln.itlcea, nom-1
J. Frank. .1 lawyer at No M7 Fl.'th j mate.1 reat eotlvitly br the Amerl -an
Sllirt SatUratC'l With KerOSCne venue, who hn been sending nut cr- Bar AaodWltlOri mid tha Ami:-;can llatik-
,.l,.e- m.tl.nit eti iea Ir.Mii -inn- era ASSOC nt n. lira .irn oin-r iv .
merclal bodies In several Stntes nnd ' rOOtatOl as olrctsmrtandatl may require,
from city trad 00 and Industrie. All ""T
concerne.1 will be brqllgM logetlier tag "
a onferetice In March. The steamer Vaaarl. arrlvlnii to-dav
Mr. Frank's Idea la that under W!l- from South American port via Trltil
aon's FfaatdJoaty a It the trust will find did. brought the body of Fr.ink K. Mo
lt to their Interest to do right Taalland. 'be Amert. an aviator who wa
National 111 Club will point the wayiklled by the felling of ills biplane nt
by general and particular education asl Savannah. Trinidad, on Jan. '.'1 lael.
to the means of correcting existing IIB I Roland wsa thlrty-slx year old.
Two c.ire live were put g danger,
early to day hy a fire, bitlteved to be
Incendiary. In the four atorv building
nt Nil 139 Ofhgsl lreet, Willi i.nsb.irg.
The ground flour, on which the blase
wa found, la a man's furnishing atore
with a tailor shop In the rear, Ths
name on the wlndnw at" W. J Daniel. !
tailor, ami P T. Markevlch, uppoed
to own the hsherdsshery
Almnt 1 o'clock Policeman Clancy of
I hd Kedford avenue station aw flame
'11 the itafa and pulled a lnx a few
feet away, lie and rteiceant Schilling
rni through trie house and guleted the
trlghleneil leimnta, who filled the hall
way with blankets and overcnata over
1 heir night cl dhe. but did not have to
Pave the building
Firemen confined the blase to
store after It had done .ibout 111)
As soon as opinion neenmea aettled ot parents live in New Jersey.
CLERGYMAN WANTS "TO PUT THOSE WHO
NEEO HELP ON THE BIGHT TRACK'
Writes Ixtter in the Hope of Helping Sufferer From
Colds to Cure Them as ne was curea.
GIRL FIGHTS GIANT EEL
WITH A HATPIN TO SAVE
I . 0nd I reptll. flnh
1 I ragged 11 a shoe
1 sticking I" lot I HI) T .e
Itiil out and Deal the monotoj
aiiu; hot imsst naoi th
Ititlloa Was cd Jamea inafldi s tetlred)
I . ..pit.iiist uf Tornnl 1 1 j( Ho waft
light sunsmei mt. a ihih overroai n i
tk helmet, and complained of the
I hint lie has lived ril .1 lit m a
' eoiinffv where forty beloOJ zero Is Ih
j 11 iiner IgfliuafatUII on I he find ten
following Icller from a ThiHine
N. T.i clergyman i of pecial
the I tnteresl. Hev. John KftMat Parker, la
the lllipe o ptlltlllR llllw wso nrra
I...I.. .... It. ri..t.i Ir, I 1 1 , Ml it " a he
dau age. Acting Chief Connelly report. tell Ma mhnTtWtWei "For several
he found a IUn Mlttrstosl with kero- a i'tcr, have iiicil Katlicr Jolin'r
rene, and began an Inveatlgatinn that 1 Mc.lirine when iiffcrtng from a cvcrr
has never failed In give
t lie ilo-ireil remit. When living whom
'Father John'' i not tirmtiralile.
I have tried iilhrr sv-cullep rcnieilieav,
lull relief ili'l not ri'une ami we ha vg sent
' l the I ill and
ito hatpin .. .... ,..ec.i an one stgd) of the wail haauas 1 colli, and it
- -,..11.. 1 t 1
de.th ' ,,,p,'!' un'' ".fsllers," or oil soaked
Vi, t ,rta 1 strips ot rags ttiul carry a fire along
from one point to another rii ldlv. Fire
Marshal lirophy Is maklu,i an Investigation.
I quite a tlitanre
fur tl.i- 'friend uf
I am glnil to leal if
ha.- never fatlH oho put lo the tcrt.
This letter is given without soliritn-,
Itftn. hut with the tenor thst it may be,
the means of tint ting someone who
need, the help I have receiver! nn the
right track to BM il." iSignnl) Jnhfi
Kriict I'arker. petor, M. K. Church.
Phillipport. N. V. i
You should rimemlier that neglectml
1-0I1I at this season of the year quickly
lead to pneumonia, and that you cati
fortify the ytem with Father John
vii:'..;. on. 1 i .... It ain atronath In
war.l off itiaraae. Freo from dangWoBs I
Tie Italorlh I. ill - ..f 111 Hamburg
Anierlcan ling arrived t I hn fr.i n 11
crule to the Vci Indie. Among ih.
paaaengell grsjea I WO llai CaUlfUfwIa
girl. Miss Helen Oaodall aud her chain,
.Miss so. tie Qfasnaood. h
Mrs. Chnrles M tloodnll I1 len s mother.
Helen's fstlier. . apt flnortall, la a part'
nr of I'nited state s. nator Perkins of 1
Mlaa Qejotell I a In. r une and la en
tttteil to a Carnegie medal So Raved
UN life of her rhum when the gtel
was attacked by a tnsurv. A manry I
a -eperle of giant gal about four fat t
In length, with a gi .111111 liojy, a long
nor and teeth It I the ame . hat. icier
of reptile rlah which nearly nut the life
of the Priii or WaiKiki. the Otymptaa
ilinnuilon swimmer, at II m lulu ulanit
two aaakg ago.
The glrla wwi liatlilng mi the Iliad
hi Na-aau. 11 little islt of the We... I
1 . 1. II. a. On liar head M'-s Qsjadall '..ral
a I'anltna ' it Stick in Uia lint .wia
jewelled hatpin, t gltl tf her un Is.
Cain ft. nry Oaa lull
Ml ilreenweod. Who wh out some!
tletatu'e from her . hum. suddenly gave
w wild scream eunl came hurrying In to
ward Mia Hoodall The latter OAS) a
green flasn In the water and divined
Immediately that a nuiiiry wa In pur
suit or her eh on
Miss .i n. lull whlpptd out the hatpin
that 1'ncle llarr gave hot and ma le
for tne monati r. SMh' went hoV arm
and olng ' went the istpln ltd 'he 1
maury A native boy grahbd the
j . . -
Buy Your Furs for
Next Winter NOW
YOU CAN SAVE 73
Gel two months use during the present season, FREE storage
in our cola storage vaults, and your furs wi I be altered to
bring them up to next year's style at a trifling charge.
The Most Extraordinary, Offer Ever
Made by Reliable Fur Merchants
Caused solely by the warm and rainy weather
GIRLS! GiRtSl SURELY TRY i HibC
DOUBLES BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR
All you need is a 25 cent bottle of "Danderine"
Hair cats lustrous, fluffy and abundant at once.
Immediate? Yc! ertain? that-
the joy uf it. Your ha r liei ome,
light, wavy, fluffy, nhundant and ap
pear a "oft. lu, trou and beautiful
as a young girl's after a Danderine
hair cleanse. Jnt try this moitcn a
cloth with a little landcrinc and care
fully draw il. through your hair, taking
onr small trand at u time. Thi, will
cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or cce,ive
oil and in just a few moment, you have
double the beauty of VOttf I. air.
A delightful safpfioa nsaits, partic
ularly 1hnr who have beru carele.,,
slioc hair hn been neglected or i
craggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin
Bealllca beautifving the hair, Oanderinej
diulve every particle of dandruff. 1
flea atf. purifies and invigorate the'
pralgk forever ntotiping it. h ug and
II I I : i ... 1. . :ii l I
lulling nan. oiu wuai u in p'enne you
mixl will be alter a few week ue of
Dallilcnne. when ou will uctually Mi
new hair -fine and dowgy at first
) ri hut really new liuir frOsra all
over the ciilp. If yoa care for pretty,
,nft ban. ami lots if it, surety get a
5 cent bottle "f Km. niton Daniterin.
from any drug staff or toilet counter
and iusl trv it.
JJ l l ViMe r.i ,-nin-v at 6 o Cloth. t.
The Old Established Fur Shop of
23 West 34th Street
CaraCUl Coat8v 52 inches Vatuet up to $100.00. . 24.75
Genuine Eastern Mink Sets
Made of the Finest Selected Whole Skins. Four or Five
Skins to Each Garment
80 MINK SCARFS 13.75 SO MINK MIFFS TO MATCH .13.75
These Sets Are Valued at $100.00
GET THE BEST FOR YOUR
SUNDAY NEWSPAPER MONEY
aeBewg tw euiuilir UlmtfeUd article p. u
fvaad is i lb. M jmm ' l . flll.L . .
msi Sasdai wdd. "
.SSerr el lit la Taraav', Htreai ..j eftKaal
I Islsgiiin of raiaaa. t!. aup.a'i fiiu.iie .it.
gJa piiaeei duta ear ast . kiw l .
tshslaad ' ?ue !! ire . . ..ai.o . .
Turn aassuBlias .rj uf fw.'- vt m
d It. -
fVsAi re-: . i
iisji" ins ijm it
UaJ.b. M.. - t b. A ;
1c ttmua'T " (taetojr ajr.
Q ji tW 'lMrm J1imi new edi
iwf i.'i intaeu. u' aruiir I rtt
. . i u . a. v v -
Il Close tteninis at 6 o Cloik.
Open Saturdays UnlU 10 P. M.
February Furniture and Rug Sole 50 Reductions
150 f uara .f.cW Lacquer BRASS BEDS, from P rrf
prominent manufacturers, only One a Kind, at a mltW C
Hriiiirtion of i
Brass Bed anb.-a$t. m W i mm Brass Bed
: -in linn aaamavy unrs
A OVTRT fRsl- A WffK
Ijuhiw thi- s.iu wf hew educed mir ut, is as fallow:
3 K 69 91 4 as. 119 98 5 K 14? 50
X;i;t,"';..uV..i W Pay iTelfjht 1iid".
ZSZrl ';;JVaVi Railroad tare
$150 Trimmed Pony Coats 39.75
Uenuinr Russian Pony Skins.
perfectly mtfebed, collar and mm s
Inns' lanel of Puioled Fox. Kat S
rona or Civel Can several ex- MOU J
$50 Pointed Fox Sets 9J5
Getniine Pointed Fai, larfV
pillow muff, single or double
Mink Marmot Coats, 52 inches Value $125.00
Hudson Dyed Seal Coats, 54 inches Value $150.00
Gennine Hudson Seal Coats, 52 inches. Q7 7c
Dyed Muskrat; extra fine quality Value $250.00 tJt ad U
Persian Lamb Coats, 52 & 54 ins Values t300.00,$350.00& $400.00 137a50
White Evening Coats, French Coney Value $150.00. ..
All Trimmed Fur Coals Sacrificed
$150 Seal Coalr, Pointed Fox Collars
$225 Seal Coats. Moleskin Collars
$175 Pony Coats, Black Fox Collars
$250 Leopard Motor Coats, Beaver Collars
$200 Seal Coats, Skunk Collars ,
$175 Pony Coat, Fox and Lynx Collars
11.75 I $50 Pointed Fox Set 10.75
105.00 $25 Natural Raccoon Muffs 9.75
14.75 $23 C vct Cat Muffs . 12.75
.142.50 Scarfs to .natch
iOO Odd Muffs. Values up to S30.M, to clone at Oa75
$25 Grey Wolf Sets
$250 Royal Ermine Sets
$50 Black Fox Sttl
$303 Canadian Fisher i'ets
Formerly A. i'. SU-whiI U
l!n,ji.iviiv. Fourth Aveoue, Kiirlitlt to tVnth
Wanamaker Silk Sales
Are Always So Good!'
exolaimrrl ait enthtiiaitpr cusloiiier ye-itenlny s sin- aaloctld
sixty-flvr dotteVra' worth of allks in tlii Felirtiury Silk Salt'.
Mtut tl tlie Silk Sale
Our scliedtilecl annual tlk sale alwny lieltl in Fi liruaty
the SuriiiK lresninkins; month. This year we have been pe
etiliarly fbrtunaU in Mcdrlag I58,6f0wafaaoi It. tt T restrieled
They MTl never leen nohl before lielow Iht ir Irutle-innrk
Among tlieni are t harineue. satin. iHinjoi'. till liitbutai mid
striped waahable crepe.
Italian NtttitM, white or black, form another unprecedented
February sale prices, 75c to $4.50 yard.
Former prices here and in every other good sroie
were $1 (67.50.
Main end Subway floor. Ohl lluiiilinK.
Disposal of Motor
$5 to $12.50 was $10 to $18.50
Moth Imported and Domestic
Wnffifllli Motor Coats
$12.50 to $45 were $20 to $75
Imported frieies, homespuns, vicuna, polo cloth
and fan. y mixtures, made abroad ami in New York.
Hurlingtnn Arcnilc Boor. New llrililitig.
Women's Washable Gloves for
Correctly faahioiit-d styles to wear with one'. first spring
costume may be of chamois or mocha.
Chamois glovca in white, are 91 pair, aud with broad
black embroidery and amoked pearl buttons, 1. ."().
Washable white mocha with large buttons. 41. T.i pair.
Main floor. OM Building.
Embroidered Net Allovers
Women who do not core for shadow allovers who want
something with a bit more character ami at the same time more
durable, will find embroidered net will make chartnint; yokes
, 75c Yard, Usually $1 to $2
Many dainty patterns, 18 inches wide, white ami ecru.
First floor. (Mil Bvildiag.
25c to 50c Laces, at 10c Yard
Miscellaarou collection of new, fresh insertions in reproductions of
Irish. rni.se anil Dnhemian laces, !- to i 1-4 inclu-s wide
Subwav floor. OM lliiilding.
Coat News that May
Be Important to You
Women's ulsters of soft wool chinchilla soft,
mind you. $12.75 here tomorrow, Thursday, be
cause they are an end-of-the season surplus from a
maker. All are trimmed with plush.
These coats are being sold today in another New
York shop for $18.7.5.
With them a few oddments from our own stock
Blue and Gray. Daooad door, Old BuQdiai
Many People Will Want
These Fine Carved
EipeoittUp at a full third below rrgiilar prices.
They ure the stirplus stock of a notable lump designer
and are in French period, Italian Renaissance and other
designs, with antique or modern gilt finish. Some reproduce
artistic old Spunish candlesticks.
All are fitted for electricity. In
aigg I In-y lange from nnaall bedside
reading lamps'to tall floor lamps,
including many table sjaag between.
Sucli as ure told regularly iii our
Lump Gallery t -i . will na iu.
Tboac worth t; will hr 111, Other
worth m.SO and ISO will be s :.o
and sen I h.' in .11 bedroom lump,,
An Importer's "Sample" Collection ot
Vary attractive shades of cretonnes aud silk in the newest
French effects, marked a third below usual.
$10 and 14 shade nt $7.50 and 9. t shades at 110.
And fttW.SO anil $30 shades at il.'i and 90. Many sizes.
Second (jallery. New UttlldinK.
Sfwari laid at . and n, will be
995tl. And tin- tail floor lamp,
practically duplicated in our regular
stocks at UU and ... will be but
Km n In thi G hilar of oppor
tunities there are rarely lamp
chance like thi.
With them r sh.-ill rll
Twelve Spring Models of
L. R. Corsets
So lipjht and flexible thai they k'w a gravoelul
uitcoraeted Untk to tin- fiKiin and at tin aame
time the rteoeasary support toprevenl "alouohing."
Lou Im.sts, hut Imii.h over the liips and loitie
times inset with ulaatic gore i give greater
freedom. i hini a..or. old Builwief.