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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913
DECIDES TO FIGHT
BITTER FEELING AMONG
SOUTH POLE SURVIVORS
OVER THE FATE OF SCOTT.
HOLD-UP' IS FOILED BY
VICTIM'S LOUD YELLS.
Not Answering 'Money Trust'
Sorf Bjeff llanrr. th m nbr of fhs
banking fir of W, Ssliwwn Co. of
this city, who win lri1l-'l by tl,
VMtnU Ormiwl Jry 'n Washington. I)
.. tor oontrmp; In rsfaslng to limn
qaeetions put to hJm by th PuJo "oni
mitts In ths "Mousy Trut" 1nvUg
Mon, surrnlrl Mmnrlf l"-rlsy to
l."n!t4 !t' Marshal ll.nksl. llsnry
will fight rmiv,il In prii-pdlnga lf.irs
llnn'. h-n arrn.l.til befor triiiinl
.!: Comml'.onr 8 illd. put
iiwlsr U.OW ball for a har.tig, which
ae eat for MM TlnirK l.iv aftrrnunn at
" o'olo k
T)i rotrrpliliit Mil tv AMlalanl !'!-rlet-Attorn)
tValkar, upon which th
'o .,1 war rani a... SkMcd, StatM that In
th lourto of th Inquiry. Usury naa
HMkeA py flarnu! rntarinvsr. counsel for
'i commit!. MM nutlori;
"Th rommllt dfu-M to know th
isaTi of th National Imns Hint inVna
or National banks whl.li BtWtMaatee' In
I Ml syndicate irparatl.ui of laM California,
I'atrolMim "omnany "
1 ha wltnasa drcllnd to anansr, aay
iBfl "Mr. L'ntarn.yar. I vary greatly rs
giwt that 1 do not fact at llharly to
give th commit! lhat Information '
Tbo rttmpla'naJM. In aldltlon. MMBoJ
iat whan Hnry rpatdly daclln.'d
to anawar Mr rnlrniyar'e iiistlon. ha
sll knew mil umlrratood" fiat It was
asksd for tha purKar ,f a.isrtalnlng
! nam of thr tanking firm In Xiw
.ark. which, ,ir had pravlotmly statist,
naa on iniarpst of 1J, ipar cantiim In
ilia "fte York ndl"at" fortnad by
MJMl Co, and Hailgartn A 0en
fany war aSM umiiirra, v -!i with an
'itorrat 1-s pr .sntiiin. and for
whoa MMMll Kolmnon - 'n. ha.1 pur-
laaad th ato-k of tha California la
trolsum Corporation from lVilnnv and
'.'anflrld, an.) aold It to tha "Nj-w York
Mndlcata" and to u syndicate In LaMH
doa. and who. after tha Hating of tha
oatrolirum afctrk o.i tha Now York Sim k
Kgchang. bad through brwlsuhn
Knsthera. engaged In nparatlona on the
naehange In thr purrhaaa and sale of
that atoek for tha imrpo vf making
a market for It.
It i undrralood th.it llanry will inako
a stubborn fight agalnat ranioval to
Washington and that he ha ingaaad
Janator John i: HiMionm and Paul
D. Cravatii to look aftai hla Intaraata.
Some nf f'arty Relieve BxptkHtr,l
With W ilson and Howcr, Mlfflt
Have Been Saved.
OHUtr'T fill linil, Nw 7aaltid. ,
Fli. It lnlina blltruaa of fMng
prpvall among a tat tlon of th atinrlv-
0 j ng mtnbri of th Iat Capt. Rohit
! F. Srott'a Antarrtlr lpdl'.lon ovat tha
Chartred With Contempt fun""'" 01 h' r"r"' ,p",v 1 p';.
' I south vigorously on their march to t:,a
i rllf of th Jp!urr who haa bfn
to th Mou'.h Pol. Th ballaf Is s
pr"wd thai Cupt. S.-ntt Ir. Edwsrd A.
Wilson and UtM M It Bowars. tha lst
Ihrr to dl". could hava bran ssvad If
thl Imd ln don.
Th relation SWIMSB CStntMftdjSf
MwaH H. 1 'l HVBBi and lu Kdwatd
L. Atkltnon sr said to b vary muoh
(torn of lh sutv1vor tst' thst Pattv
iffl r Kum liiain Inaans owing to
th rrlatlons h had ondrgon and
as oc aiilonslly very violent. II d
I'llned to help poll n !dge ntid hi -otl-dltlon
lim itiif o erlou lhat h had to
Cspt Bootei ifeiene In hla notei to
an una' satmtBBM ahortas of ful at ths
,iiot HirprlSSI lbs aupportlng p.irlls,
who ,eny thai rfcS7 mad any undo
IK O Of It
SHIP OF ICE, ARRIVES
. . .
- " Iflihosd
In Hardest Trip in Its
WILSON'S SECRET GUARD
AT PRINCETON DOUBLED.
Two McH Posted at Residence of
Iv.'Mdent-fclect Day and
PIllNCHTOit, Kpj. 14 J'rlotit-aU'l
Wllaon Isorsl Hr.e guard waa
BOUblSd t-Uii'. and nerenfler an oper
ative will be poatd at hla house dav
and night. Th Oovarnor has been
under prol UOO. of two gMTBI Hervlre
gsaa alnre he ne eleeled Pioeldent, but
j will now have four.
Ho :i as thi .-U riel HervU men here
' know, thor Is iki particular reason for
I doubling the guard They do not know
' f the Ifuvernmetit .ik nl have received
1 any warning of iMIWi MH rs merely
' under outers to Match the President
I elect sud hi home here day mid night.
I The operative have built a little
e'oark on a lot directly uvruaa the atrest
! from Qotfi Wilson' hungaloa-. It la
I fitted with a -t -v.- and rhoJra. It would
be iiiipoanlhle for anyone to approach
- the house without hetng eeen from the
Iov. Wilson left here esrly to-day for
Philadelphia for his weekly call on hla
The MlieiliKh Mnei PfaltasTSlphlSi hr
W"nlllv ss s vessel of te and wood
lost lienrstli a gllttllnK
sent shaft of ieflt'l sttnllg t dartlnit
arnnnil t!i harbor as sue nms Into
port to-.lay tarnty-four hours 1st.
With her ee-ivred apara looking
like tube of gtnrs ths ship had every
appearsncs of extreme frsKlllty. yet -h
had lust weslhered the worn rlea of
atomia In tha metnmy of her vet.-rH'i
tomoMndar, pt. A. It. Mill. Kor all
days th wind a-renmed airmnd :h
Philadelphia, driving upon her de ke
seas that remained as lo In seven
daya there were alx storm. In moil of
wileh the wind reached hurrh ane force
upward of ninety mUm an hour.
Wednesday night, after a day of j
terror, th barometer mad a record i
rap - jrom o to yi.H., in ulna
hours. Then the hurricane oam. with
all Its frlgkl venom. Th euperatru -nrs
of the Philadelphia was a ahap
Iisj Iceberg In a fow houra and mvn
were kept buay rhLnfMng aay the Ice
that formed momentarily on the front
of the pilot house end cut off the vision
of thr wheelsman.
Weighed down with hundi-eda of torn
of Ice, th vessel nosed heavily Into th
liquid Alps which towered In procession
liefore hr Speed was rndui-ed to four
knots, InhoI" enough to give steerryte
war, an, the Philadelphia's five hun
dred PaaaonMeta. inoat of whom were
In the aaoOBg cabin and steerage, spent
moat of the time at their prayers.
It wa not imttl yesterilay that the
tor:n hud Mown itself out snd the sea
irk Ri ( :iiiiiicr Beaten
Bui RecoveTj .iii.i Identifies
R rMWl ill I iniirt.
Two men (rnisred the lotiiing a;.. ,,f
Isadora RtHlM, v" ,v VrV HOW,
aliorllv hrfois I o lock to-dsv and
ssi.ed to s. i rta "
. t ike oris .
up It ii
iiinxulea o' pii of
rl oirei .
"Wei: iske all rauf iionr.v." said
on of the ., n "Om'l make any noise
about It "
Itonea iHil iaeil a hat he ass Mi
not to i". He j i lied lustily nnd ho; h
men ItrtsSk him on ihe ;.ad with ; ,e
rioiis bnt over
uUt, and whn M
to look Into the
veneer of Ice.i butts of tin Ir revolers llona drOppOt
nnoons. lo'is. hul hla I y lor help itau
been heard, anil several pel sons rushed
Into Ihe shop. On grahhd John Ko.j
ara of No. ffi9 Ilruome alreet aa one
of the would-be rvbbera. but In the con
fusion Hie othsr eacapeU.
Ills head s .mi thed In bs'idaes. Ron
appenred iiefnra Magistrate Appleton III
the 1MMM Police 'our s-v, raj tioura
Inter and Identified Rogers aa on el
ti.e robbers. Itogets wo held for tin
(Irand Jury without ball on a charge o(
'CHARGES AGAINST WALDO
MADE BEFORE GOVERNOR.
Klein tsk i n i . iiiini, - i .net' P.-
moval On ( kam&'at lotatlon
oi i i iikI litcomptteiicy,
AUBAJfY, Ke t -o;,ip;h,t aa K
Police t'otnmlssloasr waito or .
i d! k by Meat M, Klein was amooni ed
by ikiv. Hulmr o..ia.. Waldo i
ohbrgwd aith Ibcorrtpatency snd v'ols
lions of th !. K lei,, gakl
Ths ciovaritoi bat rorwftislae oaMts
M lh ;inuiiaatoiir.
AMfaMC Pill ro t' A v
riM. risaa ij fl?'1-' in .. .' : ii .. l.ia,
VIA tfatst I. . w"
A.M. P.tj. M i-.M.
l. H,k . . !.' I .in. ,H ; 3 .
ihcemer's i-. ... t.ie I . ar v.ftn 7:1s
Hn ite laM .M k,M sis
CASPERFELD & CLEVELAND
Hank III". U.
V11IITII lr ".HAM, '. ' h STATION
11 i . i ius Mt ; ssi irdaf t,.i 10.
11,1s lllamnad ( aa tie f ehanaed at Kllll
$35 PER KT.-
Blue White, Perfectly Cot
ay Irs at the Dlaaiond Prlrt fattrn
Mount 'd inRingi. Brooch', let Villirrfs.
MIIMM. WIX.s. . .
rrlrea a.no le sa'.. ttualltr siiaraaiVrd.
T ALF A CENTURY of HIGH
tl mums fnJmrd in Piano
building ensbes ua fo maaa the
'will IN tin in Mi l forget'
is not merey a mechanical, but a REAL
musics instrument 0 indaacribable
nennoss, ana ha the most aaneltiraly
responsive "pedal touch' that at once
dietinr.uiehee it from tne commonplace.
It le moat natural and life like.
$750. Style 10 $800, Style 24
$SM), Style 26 $900. Style 32
Convenient Terms. Booklet on Reque it.
F IFTH AVENUE
Kntrance Stth St., N. T.
STILL AFTER NZW HAVEN.
FosJoral (irand Jury rontlaaea lis
"vrret Rallever laealrr.
The Federal (Irand Jury to-day ion
Uauad the secret Inquiry Into th- affair
Of the NO York, New Haven and H.nt
ford Railroad and tha Urand Trunk
Hallwisy. other than thus, appertaining
to the proposed traffic arrangement deal
covered by th Hbarmaii law Indict
ments. The witness quoatloaevl were t'y
Warma.11. pree representative for the
Oraad Trunk Railway; Kdward IJ.
Rebblua. Uenersl Counael of the New
Haven Company, and A B. Nichols,
private aecretary of Prraldent Mlleu,
(oaeernlng the Uuston and Maine Rail.
Pnalnm is the first llunutlil of tlious
andi win-never the skin ails.
Anyone will appreciate why this il an
after sending to tne Emergency LalinrH
tories, i Wrsl iSlh Street, New York
City, for a free sample and seeing its
work demonstrated in the quick removal
01' pimples, rushes, eruptions, undue r, d-
, ness or in i-lenriii,' the complexion over
' night. WofOt cases of rczrina, tetter,
si allies, itrh unit like surface akiu
I trouhlea yield to I'uslani readily, itching
Ilieing stoipcil nt OMKt.
POSI.AM SOAP is the aoap of soups
for daily use, toilet nnd bath, as a menus
of improving color and texture of the
, skin and assuring its continued health.
1 Alisolut. lv pure, il derives ita mre bjM0
1 ficiul ffe. t from iiiedii iilion with I'os
' Ism. Soothes tender skin. Best fur in
I All druggists sell I'osluin (price .10
cents, mid I'osluin Soap 1 price x3 cents).
THE NEW STORK FOlt MEN
Oifers for Tomorrow, Saturday,
A New Lot
of Men's H5,
18 and 20
Over coat 8, at
$1 1 75
Men's and young men's sizes, in styles
and colors to suit men's and young men's
ideas; light and dark patterns; plain grays
and mixtures; three-quarter length and
storm length; single-breasted; some patch
pockets; some belted, some split sleeves;
some plaid backs.
Lowest price of the season for overcoats.
Lowest price any time within our knowl
edge for overcoats like these.
Broadway, Corner Eighth
Lord & Taylor
Clearing Sale of
Men s & 'Boys Boots
Value $5.00 $29$
Boys 9 Boots
Values $3.(K) & $4.00 $24$
Men 's Furnishings
Splendid Values for Saturday
Kunlis.li foliK'tl fotir-iit-liunds. in plain
colors. Value 11,00
Atvortlioti knitted NilL four-in-hands,
plain and cross stripes Value Ml. 50
Woven itnil printed uiadra ni'KliKee
shirts, plnin ami pleated lio.soin.s, at-
i arhed t uffs value 91.A0 & l.OO
Pique b(M0n dress shirt.
fine tucked boooui dreaa shirts (with
Kit tucks iii hosoui) Value $;i.j()
A Manufacturer's Sample Line of
Fine English Tweed
Storm & Ram Coats
English moduli radian, e0USre shoulder I
and lielted haeks Sl6 CO
Values $5.00 to :.. (Kl I 3
'Medium weight balbriiiuit, othi ahirtl and
drawen valuei 11.00 & ri ..'
Suk Half Hoie
I'lain colon autl shut effects; also fumy lisle
J(t l'alr .r luii for $1.00
allies flOe and je
Broadway k "iOtli M.; jtli Aw.; llllli St,
Lord & Taylor
A (jQtnpiete Stock of the Coming Season's
Smart Boots and
Low Shoes for JVomen
At prices tlial will pay you to anticipate your
wants in Footwear for Spring itiul Summer.
Values $.5.00 and $0.00 (
Low Shoes, IValktng
Pumps & Colonials
Values $..00 and $0.00
Have You Seen the New Spring
Ready-to- IV ar Hats ?
Style, quality and splendid values invite
you to our Second Floor Millinery Section
Smart effecto produced by combin
ing quality with artistic designing
entitle these clever Spring hats to
be called $10.00 values. We show
a large assortment of staple and the
popular Bulgarian colors; also some
all black models
Dnss and Tailored Hats
Advance styles are being shown in
hemp, Milan, Tagal fancy straws,
satin and hair, trimmed with nov
elties and color combinations
we will close out
150 Tailored Suits
Value $25.00, at
The balance of our
Astrachan Cloth Coats
Values to $a..00
Spring Fash tons tn
H'omtn 's Suits & Coats
Arc Shown in a Large Range of Prices
ReproductioiW of Pfench models in tho ma
terials thai have found favor with the Paris.
DresMiiiakcrs a! tiKulernte prires, a notable
feature of tllla advance showing.
Broadway & mli St.; Mil Ave.! 10th si,
are showing many new and exclusive mudeU In
Misses' and Girls' Spring Apparel
oi the mor fashionable fabrics and have prepared for
Saturday the following Very Attractive Value:
Miaaes' Demi and Strictly Tailored Suits
uf Mannish SfTfe, lie. iioal Cord,
I ilt tie Lain irkl Kx,riK,
at 14.75, 19.50, 24.75
Misses' Serge Dresses,
superior qiwli!; , Willi batiolt Collar trill i til Willi LtmuI.
omt with silk lint U waists, at
9.50, 15.00, 18.75
si .. I il . : r
nisi) h urjif cuiieciimi 1 'i
Girls' Washable Dresses,
, M.50 12.75
of rercaM .. Lawns, Osriatoas,
TlsaUtS ;iild CuilRllJlii . i to 14 fdr
Misses' Washable Dresses,
of btripid Lawns, Tillies, Plaxon,
ii'ton Voiles ,irtd Katirie,
Ti'-morr'. r-'irwl Clearance Sale of their entire stk rj
Boys' Winter Clothing,
Hats and Caps
At Radically Reduced Prices
Russian and Sitilor Suits.
Loruitrly JS.SO to 8.50. Reduced to
Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits,
Formerly S7.90 to 10.00. Reduced t o
Formerly f 7.S0 to M.00. Reduced to
Long Winter Overcoats,
Formerly 110.00 and liOO. Reduced to
8 to 18 yrs. Formerly 82.50 and J.OD, Reduced to
Worsted Hockey Caps and oc.c
Fur-in-Band Golf Caps, Formerly 9Sc Reduced to
Chinchilla and -rtc
Aviation Polo Caps, Formerly 11.50. Reduced to OU
Corduroy, Plush, Q-
Velvet and Fur HatS. Formerly S3.so. Reduced to "5
Velour and Fur Hats, Formerly 85.00, Reduced to 2.50
Also for Saturday, an Exceptional Offering of
12000 Yds. White
Cotton and Linen Dress Fabrics
in a large variety of designs, Regular Price 30c Yard,
Regular Price 50c Yard, at V
Double Width, Regular Prior 58c Yard,
wklef Actual Value 80e Yard, at 39-
Embroidered Batistes, Swisses and Muslins, i cc
le&igns. Regular Price 30c Yard, at v
Irish Dress Linens,
pure flax, 36 inches wide. In sheer
and medium weights, I
English Voiles, Chitton Hnisn, oaj
They will also hold To-morrow, a Special Sale of
Waist and Dress Patterns
of Silks and Dress Goods
Greatly Reduced Prices
have in preparation for Monday, February 17th,
a An Important Sale of
American Wilton Rugs
in room, medium and small sizes, also Hall Runners,
At Extraordinarily Low Prices.
Particulars will appear in Sunday's papers
West 23d and 22d Streets
Ooacarnirg Crimes and Thetr IVnstttes In ths Vsrtoos Slat as,
POLAR DISOOVtPIES, I POTOUATrON MGURK.
SPORTING KBOOROS. I.UR1NE DliAiTEIra,
or say one of the :,?00 OTHPR IMPORTANT SuHmCTS in rti
1913 WORLD ALMANAC
tmhrsciiif HjOM tacts sad Plgures.
All for Twenty-five Cents at Any Newsstand