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IN PARIS GUILTY
ONE KILLS HIMSELF
MARSHALL AND WIFE
GUESTS OP WILSON
ON WAY TO CAPITAL
THE EVENING JVORLD, TH TUESDAY, FEBRJJJlRY
mi rwr nnmniuimfrTmT
HIRED BY STRIKERS
TO BEAT WORKERS
While Court Is in Upro.ir Over
Verdicts, "Anarchist" Cimuy
POUR ARB ACQUITTED.
HE TELLS COURT
PresMent-f:lect Hntertains Vice- . ,
Presktent-f:lect at Lunch- Antonio Cuozzo Pleads Guilty
eon in Trenton. of Assault but Is Released
Inmjrnriro. total Outstanding Irmirsni-.
arcl In total payrnt t.t" to pollcyhOMefS
nnr! brin-fli trle. ttur twinty-sl mil
UM dollar Invest! 'I ilurlrHl the
yar f'ir MM bsaefll of policy hOWtfl at
en SVtfSft (Hnutl -. I-I'l ' l$$ oi-r rr-nt.
Of MM BOfletic ilmt'i H.ilni puld dur
ing the ,mr Atari) N Pr cent were
settled Wllhlfl une dny after receipt of
pniuffl of d.-.'lth.
on in- nr.
rrv.m Um WuMMto tr
"Have fou lit i n llpllfti I
To 'mn extent." replied Mr. Corn-
tfMMct. 'I'm gttUn' ) It OMMt slm.ist
niitural to y aKrlrtilttire' Instead of
One of Convicted Men Claims
Innocence and Another Backs
Him by Admitting Crime.
PjUIIH. Fen. 17 -The trial of th fane;
af twenty-two auto brtndtt. who hekl
rarl In terror for tnontha, ended trwley
after occupying rhe -ourt for twenty
awe day with a verdict of aullty
atTatnet eighteen of them on counta In
oJudnu murder, araun, ro(Ary and
any other kinds of felony.
Four of the BtMMfflb Including three
women accomplices, were found not
ajullty by the jury.
lata a xottrmaat la and stoat ta
attendee tka ntvi of tka rer
ead tkar waa a aanaatioa wkaa
Or our, tka "eaarohlet baasit," on
aearlag tkat ha u conSstaaaa to las
artaoimti far Ufa, committed aaiotda
lni)aHlJ afttr ka bad baaa takaa
to hla call la tha Cosolerg aria
ea ay takla: a large doaa of polaoa,
aid to ha cyaaMe of potaeelam, which
aim aaakly had boaa nititt to hlaa ly
ease oaa aa ha loft tha i art room
PWISONER TO HELP ANOTHER
Th Jury wo iut from ,1 o'clock y
terdsy afternoon until nearly o'clock
thla morning. They had to read a
trie of nearly four hundred questions
Which had been aubmltted to them
When they returned Into court thalr
written verulct waa found to be ao In
coherent, contradictory and lengthy
that It had to be eaplalned to the pro
aiding Judge by tha foreman before It
oould ho read.
At tha conclusion of the reading tha
epoctatora were atlrred by tha cuunaol
far four of tha bandlta, Dleudone, Cal
laamln, Houdy and stonier, springing up
Cwta their aoata and declaring that It
waa Illegal for tha Presiding Judge to
aak tha jury for oral explanations after
they had written thalr erdcu.
They entered a atroag proteat against
all prooedsjra Their client a by the
eardhrt of tha jury ware rendered liable
ta tha death penalty and Shis waa a laat
aCort to avert or poatpone their fata
Another dramatic incident occurred al
tar tha court had deliberated on the
aroteaU by prtaonera' counael and de
aided agalnat them on a point nf law.
The Presiding Judge lamed to the ac
avaad and asked thorn If they had an,
thlag more to aay bafora aentenco waa
eimoed upon thorn. Callemln, who
found guilty of murder, apranK
hla aeat between the republican
and ahouted :
sea rata Maadaaaa waa aot the
at of the eaak meeoeaujer Oaby.
Bl waa I aad aay chief, Oaraiar."
Thla admlaalon cauaad a tremendous
aanaatlon In view of the fact that t'ab
kad repeatedly aeaerled that It waa
Dtaudonae who bad abot him.
The court again retired to deliberate
at half-past aeven.
Among the Indictment brought
agalrurt tha prlsonora were no fewer
than twenty-two murder, their vlc
tSsn being motor driver, bank niea
aangere. frelgtit agenta and aollaamta
They held up a number of TOlMirbaa
hank, broke Into the realdemea ui
prominent people, killed the chief of till
Pari detectlvea, aet fire to bulldlniil
aad finally, when their two laadtri
Sonnot and Qarnler, ware In dangar ul
arrest underwent two selget In the eu-
trtroaa of Paris. In the couise of which
it waa found netessary to call out
hundred of troupe, wliole squadron of
Biliary mounted police und pritctltally
Ola entire loroe of patrolmen who bum
barded them far many hour In thrli
sanctuaries and than found several at
tha leading apliiu of tb gang dad.
riddled with bulleU.
Titi'NT'iv. n .1.. rh. It. traal
dent-elet V? 1 1 aha. had aa til giieata at
luncheon to-dar Vtee-Preeident-elart
Thomnn H Marehall nf Indtnna and
Mr Marahall. who atopfel here on h
way to Vahlnrton. M' Wllaon wa
unable tn come from l"rlno'on on M
count nf the preea of hatajatlold dutlea
Incident to the departure for the national
Mr Wtlaon had oompli'ted hi work
aa Governor and came In the Utile
llotiae to-day to clear up aome of hla
correspondence on nathmal affairs, lie
took nccaalon. however, to Issue another
warning to those who were oppoalng the
New Jeraey hill tsklng from the sheriffs
the power to drsw Jurlea and Induing
It with a commission appointed by th
Governor The Matemrnt says:
"While the opponltlon nf the harlfCi
to the Jury reform bill I perfectly nt
ural, I know very well the character of
the real of the lobby against It and that
It constats very largely of men revre
loMIng Int.-raUs which know they will
be BBteaaaeal if tbey do not contril
th drawing of the ursnd Juries. There
fore 1 am In this fight to stay, the
trnvclllns ficllltle between New Jeraey
and Waelilnatnn being exr. llenl.
'ilefure the thing la over I will take
pilns to let the people of New Jersey
know absolutely tha fon-es. ealdc from
the (Mrsnnnl oppoaitlon of the herlff.
which are nghtins tlrta thing Tbey will
havs to come nut In tha opem, even If
their name have to be called by roll.
lf course, I would not be opposed to I
the proposlt'on of a referendum, if this
m mwt li.in..) i f .- i.l 1 1 it, uM r .. I
toi Joker In It. Hut I do know the peo
ple of this !tate dcm.ind Jury reform
and are going to get It. The longer It
takes the worse It will be for the gentle
men who op,nA It."
at Victim's Request.
Antonio fjtlUHa, nrf No HI ftroome
street, pleaded guilty to-day In fSpei-lat
rtesslnn to assaulting rment workera
employed to replace the atrlklng opera
tlvo He wa clmrired with heating
Edward l.nstlg of , 349 Jennings
street, the llrnnx, st Astor plsce and
raadway, Kec,. 21.
"I waa hired along with aevernl
scores) of others," CwMM told Justices
Ieuel. Hnlmon and llerrman, "by the
strike Haajan to wujlay and assault
those thai were hired by tha manu
facturer to take the place of the link
er. We were told not to Injure them
hadly, hut to do them up "
Uawyar nnk Majhl af counsel for
th inanufai turera, told the Juatloes
that he iii.l Inveetltfired I'iioiso'a story
and nu asllsifted he told the truth.
"I am conducting an Inveadgatlnn
now," Mr. Iioland said, "end wfll u
'uosro a wltnnea."
1Ustlg mpenled to the Tourt to sua
peol sm-ot.-o. e on his assailant, and was
Jojajad In hi request by latayer ItoUnd
t'uosto waa releai and will testify
In a civil suit which lAisl.g hoe brought
urslnie! the men who '.naUgated Ult
attack upiin him
1 l v jmmmmmmmvtTr i
The Rqaltahle's flood Tear.
The statsment of the Bqultable Life
Auranre Society of the I'nlted Htates.
which appears elaewhere. give evidence
of the company's continued prosree
Incresses are ahown In assets, total new
they're coming for
minim t miimi llffl
Thw H O Comoanv. Bu f fdlo.N.Y.
Makers nf H O. I arre.W Prto.
How to Cure Rheumatism
Fremlaeal lloelor Beat Preeerto
1 Ilea Mlr Mlaed si Hesse.
BANKER HENRY FIGHTS
George Gsrr Henry, millionaire mem
ber of th banking firm of flolomon A
Co.. began hla fight to-day before
I'nlted Htates Commlaalonar Hhtelda to
prevent the offlelala of tha Department
of .luetic from removing him to Wash
ington, D. C.
Mr. Henry la under Indictment by tha
Padaral Orand Jury of tha District of
Columbia for contempt of a Congres
sional Committee In refusing to answer
queatlona put to him by the Pujo
Money Trust probers.
Aaalatant fritted fltatea Dtatrlrt-At-
tornev John K Walker conducted tha
Government's rasa He offered aa evi
dence the Indictment charging that ths
hanker refused to tell Samuel I nter-
myer. counsel for tha committee, tha
names of hanker of thla city
Mr. Walker argued that ths Govern-
J ami had made out a clear case for the
Commissioner to order Mr. Henry's rs
movsl to the District of Columbia.
John D KdSdaayi Mr. Henry's attor
ney, aeked Cominlasioner Shields to d hi
nts the Indictment on the ground that
It set forth no offense aaalnst the laws
of the f tilted States. Commlaaloner
Shields drnied this motion, whereupon
Mr. I.lrulaiy asked for an opportunity to
niiiKUlt with former Senator John C.
r-pooner, Mr Henry' dhlef counsel, be
fore arguing further.
The commissioner adjourned the bear
Ilk to March 7.
This simple sad harmlees female he
workd wonder fsr all who bav tried
It. aalrklT carina rhreale end scut rks
mat ism and backseh. "Prom your drug
si! set on ounv of Terla compound tin
original seslid packag 1 and on ounce of
syrup ot Sarniiha compound. Tak
theee two lnsrdlnt ham end put thm
In a hair plot of good wh.ky. akak
th bolt and take a taaasoontut before
each meal and at bedtime." Ooed reaulta
' aftsr the first few dosss. If rour
dnwatst do not be Terts eomsosnd
In stock hs win .t 11 rSr rsu ta a rw
hoar (rem his whslssat houss. Don't
bs lnflunrd ts uks a sauat mtdleln
instead of this insist on having the gtn
ulne Tori compound In th orlaiaal. ea
ouace. eealed. yellew package. Hundreds I
of th worat esses bar bav been fjred 1
br tki In a hort Um. 1
at. BeaedM Klaaer Tablet Ota Isssse
dlate MeUef. advt.
Bomes Firsbke. Cenlele
4 n at $74.98
5 at $124.98
$3.00 Down on $50 Worth
ItuiaajS. Pmriasi. Dandruff. Pimple.
ikil troulie of any kind WASH
THIM AWAY with
D. D. D. Prescription (or Eczema
This mil. I wash will bring you instant
relief from that awful itch. Prove it
with a AOc bottle. Your own drugglu
Euarii nter, the reRular first tl.OU iz
ottle to end your distress and begin
your cure or your money back. D. IV
1). Soup helps, too. nslt him. For sale
by Kilter-liegeman l'rug Stores and all
ooU UruggisU. Advl.
NEW $250 ORMBV llfflTTRHjl
m a Kir. nlllM
No Monty Down
$1.00 a Week
OlilQ Terms as
9149 tow as
Bargain Sale ol Over 100 Standard Makes
( ed and Simp Worn I'liright Pisnos, Includina
STEINWAY 3-, S98IKNABE -. t87
CHICKERING t $06 WEBER
DECKER BROS. ,'. S6 6 1 STERLING
tar LarfC block af New Fiaaos tIMI up eaatitU al well knows make, laelad
bw Cckbrslaa Mary 4 Clark V asot iltll at sad PUyer Pitaai JIM aa).
PLAYER PIANOS New ,uo lo ''l'iyr I'lano
aasrtaaia a n',WkJ ( standard inuk; ll-not'
v tj I arm.
tiut I'm. VlatD
with Musi.- Hull Ktee. Il.'.u lu.
trriun nni a DC cnu ns.:t' niri u vs. ... .k-mi ..,. t.r.i
a - trvuJiiu iwn wsa. uni-n taissaal w.Ui 12 to for isdk
(up to thst you ir on
This .ifler ts .-I
far to dirt
FREE PIANO LESSONS 'WajZKJ'
Anstlntclr rtm with Parehiss rf any Nee I'm
If yet. osapiM . st ones, send for Kre I'lstei ,u . i list (,f Usrgftla.
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.
New York. 12 and 14 West 12nd Street.
skeklyiis 1100 Brtadwa NekarkalOlHalteySt.
S. Altman $c (Bo.
The Infa-uts' Wear Depart memt
is prepared to supply COMPLETE LAYETTES,
including French and Arrerican-mnade Robef
Dresses, I5ps, Cloaks, Caps, Wrappers,
Sacques, Undergarments and all the essen
tials of the baby's wardrobe.
Alao Bassinettes, Pillows, Nursery Karcnpera,
Toilet Stands, Toilet Sets, Scales and other
equipments of the modern nursery.
AT MODERATE PRICES
1. Altman $c (Bol
The Upholstery Department
Is prepared to accept orders for Slip Covers,
Window Shades and Window, Door and
Porch Awnings, materials for which are now
being displayed in the new designs and colors.
Samples and Estimates Submitted,
'etflffl! Awrmr, 34ttj tmJ. 35tlj torta. Ntw flora.
STILL ANOTHER UNUSUAL STORY
THE WlNCS OF THE N0RNiNC"
BY LOUIS TRACY
Aa Startlinfly Of i final and Exciting aa
"TARZAN OF THE APES "
Will Bafitt in Monday's Evening World. March 9.
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LJ will In- Miro to find our of the Hiker & liegeman Drug Stores near your home, to meet
M m your requirements with' guaranteed merchandise.
For the Care of the Hands
Daily attention to the little
thing - that is what the hands
require. Uood brushes, good
manicuring tools, good prepara
tions and requisites to work
with, make the work mast
simple and results most
SPECIAL Leather Back
Nail Brushes. 89c, 98c and
SI. 19 values; 69c. 79c and 98c.
SPECIAL Nail Brushes of
best quality Tampico Fibre,
5c size 15c; 35c size 25c.
SPECIAL 5! 2-Inch Steel
Nail File, good quality, light,
thin, pliable, good value at '.!!);
special at 10c.
Nail Brushes, wood bnck,
good grade bristles, 10c; 3 for
I I I sawaawf Other Nail Brushes of ray
H II I I rio.is .shapes, sizes and kinds,
NMI 19c lo 92.89.
yif MW Cuticle and Natl Scissors.
II " aM Irnliflll' rVll Ill'I'l I ll I III) 1 1 t .
nil miiii ii " , mmw as '
etc. All sizes; best steel, well
tempered, guaranteed; price 49c
Nail Clips, best ground cutting edge; various sizes
and styles, 25c up.
Cuticle Knives, white bone handle; best quality
steel, well ground edge; prices 43c and 49c.
Tweeters; strong, firm; best steel, 10c up.
Nail Sticks, bone or ebony; various sicca and shapes;
Riker's Orange wood Sticks, hand made oval
stick, flat on both ends; the professional stick, 9c.
Orangewood Sticks; beat quality wood; proper
weights, hoofed at one end; i for 5c.
Preparations that Help Keep
the Hands White and Soft
These preparations are compounded scientifically from
absolutely pure ingredients. Each is sold under the Riker
How Candy Perfection Is
Attained the "Guth" Way
You cannot take "fairly good" this, and "almost per
fect" that, and "good enough" the other, and get perfect
Realising this fact, ("itith uses only the best of every
thing, and so produces the uniform deliciousness of the
candies from the Uuth Candy Home.
The beans from whiih the (luth Chocolate is made
come from certain Venezuela plantations, noted for their
uniformly perfect products,
direct to the tiuth establish
ment. Refined sugar only of the
highest grade CSS pass the
(iuth Inspection department.
In making caramels ntul
similar goods, 40 per cent,
butter fat cream is used.
The highest priced
Mexican beans on the market
are ground to make vanilla
flavorings. True, pure, perfect
fresh fruits go into the fillings.
And where imported fruits
ami fondants are used, specific guarantees of purity and
freedom from preservatives nre demanded.
The kernels of the finest imported and domestic nuts
are cleaned and picked by experts riht in the bright,
chcerv Gltth Candy Home.
With this 100 per cent, quality in everything, is de
manded perfection in fomUM anil workmanship. The
sum total is the famous standard of purity deliciousness
Chocolates ail Guth, lb.,
91.00; Yt lb., 50c.
Guth Assorted Choco
lates and Bonbons, lb., 80c;
1-2 lb.. 40c.
Maraschino Cherries, 40c.
Hillie Burke Chocolates,
the lb., 50c.
Cream Assorted Caramels
Guth Assorted Choco
lates, lb., 80c; H ll.. 40c.
ii liegeman guarantee.
Riker's Almond Meal.
beneficial to the skin.. 25c
Lotion, excellent for daily
use in the care of the
hands. ... . .25c and 40c
Toilet Benzoin, softens
the water and helps keep
the hands in condition.
Rottle 25c and 75c
Riker's Nail Enamel,
in cake form. Rub a little
on cuch nni! and polish with
buffer, l'cr cake 15c
Riker's Null Bleach, re
moves stains and whitens
without injury to the nail or
cuticle. The bottle 25c
Pomade, a tinted polish
for giving the nails a rosy
glow, jar 20c
Riker's Liquid Enamel,
gives u rosy, brilliant lustre
without the use of buffer.
Per bottle 25c
Riker's Nail Powder,
gives a quick and lasting
polish. The box 15c
Hot Lunches at ioc Each
With all the nourishment of a good meal.
Malted Milk for instance. Hot Beef Broth with Egg, or
Hot Chocolate with Egg. Prepared deliciously-best
ingredients, absolutely fresh, berved daintily, with tasty
crackers in individual wrappings.
Hot Tomato Bouillon. 5c Hot Chocolate with Egg
r t. nt.a... in. nd Malted Milk. 15c.
Hot Tomato Bisque. 10c. ( offee 5c
not Lemonade, 10c. Anj tt frther lengthy.
Hot Clam Broth, 5c. tempting menu.
Red or black
best steel instru
ments. 92.49 to
Walsh Window Tents
Elastic Hosiery Protection from Colds
Ready Made or Made to Measure
Made in our own factories under
our supervision. Our prices are from
W J to 40' ,' lower than elsewhere for
the same quality, Expert fitters in
nil our f-tores.
All Our Elastic Hosiery is fully
Anklets, silk, 92.50; thread. 91.75.
Knee Caps, silk, 92.50; thread,
Knee Leggins, silk, 95.00; thread,
Garter Leggins, silk, 93.00; thread,
Garter Hose, silk, 93.50; thread,
Pull Straps. 25c each, extra.
Abdominal Belta, silk, 95.00 to
910.00: thread, 93.50 to 97.50.
Extreme care ehould be taken in
washing elastic stockings. Lukewarm
water and castile toap should be used
never cleanse with benzine or gasoline.
Serer wring them. Frees with the
hands in the folds of a towel; then hang
up to dry.
in These Riker & Hegeman
Cold Weather Garments.
Manufactured hygenically from best
materials, selected by experts. Made
under our direction and supervision
and sold direct to you with only a
small percentage of profit above cost.
Only at Riker and Hegeman Drug
Stores enn you buy Cold Weather
Garments of such excellence at these
Paper Vests, light and comfortable,
without extra weight. All sizes, 75c
value; special price, 39c.
Chamois Vests of best quality
imported chamois skins. Very warm
and comfortable. A sure protection
from cold and dampness. All sizes
for women, 92.50; for men, 92.75.
Lung Protectors. Excellent in
the treatment of pulmonary weak
nesses. Various styles in wool, felt,
chamois, etc. All sizes; up from 43c.
Felt Vests. These popular gar
ments in extraordinary values. Extra
quality felt, warm and servicable.
Up from 91.97.
I Ml price
1 I ri'zn 6.
I ax tax v
till bi l;
nrasa si. 1 i to
hr r i
public s teak
A very practical strop of good
quality hide, thoroughly sea
soned, excellently finished.
Fully equipped with swivel
hook and handle. An actual
50c value. Our special t
An Old Favorite at a New Price
This is a pure cold cream of estab
lished standing, highly recommended
for skin imperfections. Through a
fortunate circumstance we have been
able to secure a quantity of this pop
ular 50c cream which we can r L.
sell at this remarkable price of
Make outdoor sleeping rooms in
your home. Yon nre perfectly pro
tected from draughts no possibility
of catching cold yet you sleep in the
fresh outdoor air. Of the greatest
benefit where there are symptoms of
weak or affected lungs. Easily ad
justed to any window.
Walsh Window Tent, large size,
99.00 and 912.50.
Walsh "Compact" Window Tent
Ideal for smaller bedroom windows.
Covering easily detached and laun
dered. Special value, 95.50.
Walsh Capote A double hood
and cape to be worn when sleeping
in open nir. Gives perfect protection
from frost ami cold, 91.50.
Special discount of 10 if you
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table blood puri
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by thousands of
users. Bach bot
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man guarantee of
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rant. K..r suu
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