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Til IVENIHO WORLD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919.
L mm of the Pop
Mb It was as folio
of tho Pop. fcinrr, bit no In-
of taa ormrltT of his condition
a follow :
t Signed) "OflrtTiTA,
Wtien Prof. Kttoro Marnhiafaea on-
tho sick room thla mornlnf hut
half past wm th fesrer had
ajajajraly disappear!. Tho ipectnratrnn,
which had been moat akundant during
tho ajajM. waa considered by tho pro-
to M somewhat bttor. The 1n-
adirrlnlatored br Dr. Androa
In ttio courao of tho nlfM tiad
aaadatod ho desired osteal of keeping
tm tho alraaajth of tho patlant'a heart,
alsfcough tho waawnaaa of Uia Pops had
tnflrassed by tho restleeancae
by the alight forortahnnaa In th
aartlor part of tho night. Later In the
day a again waa feverish, wblla hla
Tho Pontiff waa thla morning aMa to
retain aome nourishment. Ha grs.ttly
enjoyed aoraa yolka of egg beaten up
altaraatoly la Marsala wlna and old
brandy, which ntskss a kind of cream
hoik nutntlr.ua and Ufht aad much
liked by Italian.
Prof. Marehlatava Kara a freak pre.
acriptlon thla forenoon almlnir at fartli
tatlng expectoration still further, aa l0
faarail that what the Pope had taken an
far might hara an acted hla digestive
ergaae and contributed to tho naurea
from which ho haa suffered. The pro
feasor raoomatonded complete rest and
estrone ears, earing "Bach patlot
oat above all bo hla own physician ."
Dra. MareMafava and Amid apont tha
alaTht In continual attendance. Htro
pbaatla waa administered to aaalat tha
heart action, and tho pulaa la vary lr-
II waa I o'clock laat night when tha
ayagptoaa wars notlood, and
aoaaplloatloaa wore feared. Not-
wlthataadlnf thla tha Popo contlnuad
choarfal. Ho malntalaod hla strength
ad conversed lit htly with tho doctors,
daoUrlny tho fraah access of fovor did
la ao danyiny tho fact bow
er or. that tha feeling of optimism ra
gsrdlag tha Popa'a recovery haa
changed to one of grave aaxlsty, In the
kaowledsTS that oach recurring relapse
Withdraws aomethlng from tha vital
forces at tha Holy Father.
Tho temperature of tha Popo. which
throughout almoat tha wholo day ra
sa la ad at (T degrees. In Itself Indicat
ing; depression' and weakneaa, roae la
ssansw nm wu ke-ara dartac
Cao alga. Tkia morals; kia Um
aoaaitato waa aaSsr OT- Ts ea
Janrkal ifiiMii la bo won aad
aajiooaBlsa aaaMaaaa sear. ko
B .! in of tto koaat la gooa.
tho early evening to IN and later to 102.
aaafly- la tho evening tho darkest re-
Wore strculated. one of them to
tho aoToot that tha Popo was at the
aolat sf death, and that Pathar Agoatlno
PUtart, aa Augustlnlsa monk, has boon
Stisflt to ho In raadlaeaa to bring to
tha pa Meat the .sot coram union, this be
ne of Ms oOcs
FAVplABL SENATE ACTION
ON PAGE ANO MALONE.
Committee Passes on Appoint
tents Which Will Probably Be
WAaHUNOTON. April 11-Th Sanate
laami Relations Committee to-day
sated favorably on tho nomlnutkin of
Walter II. I'aoe to ho Anibaai adur to
Orsat Britain and Dudley Pield Melon
ta bo Third Assistant Secretary uf
lata. Continuation la expected at
tho oaorwllve session of tho Donate
Iks soawnltteo also recommended con.
tarnation of John Rasaett Moore to be
couaselkir of the Htate Department and
John B. Uaborn of Wyoming aa First
Aaatataat secretary of State.
J. P. MORGAN IN CENTRAL
ALBANY. April II. J Plerpont
'tan waa elected a director of the
Tork fnntral and Hudson River
Company, to nil tha vacancy
oaoaad by the death uf hla father, at
tho annual meeting of the stockholders
hare to-day. The other directors were
v At a special meeting later, with per
sf tho stock represented, It waa
ta consolidate the Now York
Central. Homo, Watertown and tigdriie-
Uttra and Uln.'k River. Oawe-i
Roma, Carthage. Watertwan and
a Harbor, tho Niagara Kails
and the Utile Kails and Dstgi -
las Into the Now Tork Cen
tral and Hudson River Railroad Com
paay The near oompany la capitalised
at aBa.U1.loa. The consolidation aas
aaPhorlaed recently by the Public Her
MARSHAL! CALLS ON WISE.
M. Snowden (Marshall, who haa been
appointed by President Wilson to he
felted States District-Attorney for the
ssathorn District of New Tork to sue.
coed Hoary A. Wise, called on Mr. W..
to-day at the Pederal Building.
Mr. Marshall aaya he is ready to aa
Same tho duties of Dtstrlct-Attornev as
sowa as hla appointment la confirmed ty
tha Senate. The caae now pending In
too Pederal Courts in which rho firm uf
O0orman, Battle A Marshall appears as
aMornoye will be sorted out, aakd Mr.
Marshall, and he will ask the United
Sea tea Attorney-Aeneral to appoint a
spoutal prosecutor for eurh cases.
Among them le the case asm last A. U
SHssii A Co., mining promoters, and
John J. Meyers uf that Arm. who ')
charged with ualng the malls tu de
fraud. In the flrat trial of the Wiener
the Jury disagreed.
of Pope Pius X.,
The spin of nine years has appeared strangely in the life of Pope
Phis X., mark in f
A .rboolbo si Hclss, Is HaIt.
A studsst at I'adna.
A esrstp st Trsthols.
A print st sslssss, ..
A casob st Trc'lss.
Blthep of Msjitss.
( araiaal PatxUrrh sf Vcslrr.
TARIFF BILL SAFE,
"Could Vote To-Day and
Settle It," He Says, "hut
That Wouldn't He Fair."
NO CHANGE IN RATES.
Ways and Means Chairman
Pays an Early Morning
Visit to White House.
Plei e Steff C .nea iew M The KeeMng
WASHINilTDN. April II - While
many statesmen were hI breakfnet to
day a conference w held In the While
House between President Wilson and
Chairman ITnderwood of the Waya and
Meana Committee. Tariff wii the eiub
Jset of their t'tlk After leaving the
White Houae Mt. Cnderwuod said:
"I came S sec the President to report
the progrcae that we are making In tha
Houae wllh the lull and to explain to
him certain little phaaea that were not
clear to him. I told hton that everything
la proceeding aatlefaclnrtly and that
there ogrpesra to hg not Vim 1n the way
at oontlnulng that progress. Kor the
nmt three or four days we shall pro
ci ' SjMB the caucua dln-ueelon. efuwIMJ
out kinks and making few amend
ments of alight consequence. I do not
anticipate, that there will be any Im
portant changes, Imt In the making or
a large measure like thle It Impoeal
tde to prevent some unlntentlonel er
rors creeping Into the text. The cor
rection of these will lie Ihc only change
made by the caucus
"We could take a vote aad ssttle
the aaeatloa to-day, hat that would
sot he fat. Within a fow days the
eaaeas will Salsh Its atsossoioB
aad report to tto fall Mouse. I f ssl
absolutely eortala that tha Mil wUl
ho passil hp the House exactly la
tha form that tha caucus reports It.
NO CHANGE IN THE SUGAR AND
"Torre will be no change In the sugar
stdioriujes or any uf the other acltodulee
as they coma fnmi the sMpJwA 1 do
not know Just how long a Unie will '.
taken for deiiute In the llmian, perhupi
two or three weeks. We moat allow the
gentlemen to havv their say. but I ho
lleve we shall Im able Ut flnlah up In a
relatively short time.
"The complaint of life Insurance com
panies against the Income tax Is tmulo
under a mlsumlsrstandlng uf tha text
of the hill. If the Kenllcmcii who com
plain would read the bill very carefully
they would find that tlicrc In no foun
dation for Ihvl' charge, that poll, y
hntdara are to ho taxed. They will find
tlmt mutual Ufa Insiwance (ompnnlcH
nro not to be taxed any more thun
they arn at present. Tlioy puy 1 per
cent, under the existing corporation tax,
end that la Juat what they will pay
under the new Income tux.
"let them look la tho para
graph of the kill rslaMaa; to Ufa
lasuranoe and they will find the
rrord laeladlar very carefully la
serted before a loaf list of Items.
That means that what follows la
taclndsd la tha exempted Uav X
asa afraid that Ufa laauraaoe
roatlemea have overlooked that.
"In caas of Inaurance compuules
there may be deducted auina other than
the amounts paid wllliln the yen on
policy and annuity contracts to pulley
holders as dividends or aa return of
premium paymenta. Thsy have ao
causa for alarm or protest."
FOUNO IN HOTEL HERE
Dr. Hoppin, Recent Victim of SanJ
bagijer, Is Located Atlei Search
Dr. Lowla W'caton IUPI'. a prusper
ous young hyal(ian of Hwlfl Ctinent,
Hagkstchowan, Canada, who disappeared
Monday while on his honeymoon, w.t
located to-day In a New York aOtSl
Dr. lUippln and hla Msg had been U
Ing at tha homo of hla brother, John J
! Hoppin. of Sou in Orange, a lawyer,
I wboaa wife la a alaler of Prof. Thomas
'J. Prckton. who recently married tli
widow of tlrover Cl. vuland.
At Uiv lluppio hlMM It w tatld tMI
afternoon that, while the SOOtOf has
been located. Uie family had no detalli
aa to the clrcuntatunces surrounding ht
disappearance. The. family waa UPAbll
to say at what hutel lr. lluppin wm
Dr. Hoppin was aandliagged r n
ttmu ag., und re.eived a euvere wound
on the head, which, at tlmus, h id
caused him trouble and which possibly
nwy have caused a temporary loaa Si
Now Near Death
finger ot fate the milestones in his
Mrs. Marie Zane Taylor, Who
Seeks Separation From Broker,
I as ea
HOW NEW YORKERS
WILL BENEFIT BY
(Continued fioin Klrat Page.)
cut from this or that Item ! ton Utile
to be notlcnd or appreciated If applied
only to one man or family. But apply
I his fraction of a cent to the whole
nation and It means a vast sum of
money saved In the courao of a year.
"The binotlted conaumcr are the ninety
million or Americans In the agKregnlr.
The elngle Individual may auy ho does
not ace where he 1 getting any direct
i ei urn, but Indirectly he Is, becauae the
great aum of money that now goe to
enhance the profits of the relatively tew
benellcliirlea of protection will be savud
lor the many of the public.
"From the Individual's point of rlsW
the new tariff muy not effect an Imme
diate reduction of cost of living, but It
will unquestionably have one prompt
nnd striking result. Any further In
creases Mill be stopped. The aleadlly
rielug cost of cummodltlea of everyday
life will have reached their height. Tile
era uf high price la at Its maximum.
CHECK ADVANCE NOW AND DE
CREASE WILL FOLLOW.
"If prices are raised too hlrh. then an
Inflow '. Import will force them down.
They must remain ut a normal level be
cauae of the world' competition.
"What 1 look for !, that after a ahort
period, during which the uouulrty will
adapt u.-iir to new condition, there
will be a downward tendency In price,
which gradually will seek tlie new lower
level dealred. Thou the average Now
Yorker will begin to ee that he la get
ting IMnSs anSSSf and hi OSsI of Hying
will le li'ane,i. W rami rtw-agnixc,
however, that 111 New York one of lli
great r.ictuis of coat in all that we con
sume IN Oie eXpeliae of d Sill I'll lion, widen
condition of population ovei-crowilliiK,
high rSntSj high maintenance chlirgca
and varloua other Item add to our rola.ll
prices. Theee the tariff cannot touch.
"The high tariff linn beon adding to
the wealtli of the protecied Interests
and not to tlie prujll of the unprotected
consumer. A penny lax of protection
exacted on all tbe, people of the VnUod
Htate for one day on one Item nets
nine hundred thounnd dollar W i n
ISM If applied o all the articles ihat
have enjoyed high protection you read
ily see the source ot Uia prodigious in
come enjoyed by protective bencllolaric.
"In ibn bill Is upheld the Democrat c
principle that thw Hm eminent should
not lie permitted lo grant either to cor
poration or lo Individual the rlnlit to
tax the whole people lor the benefit of
TO HOLD THE HOUSE
AFTER TARIFF BILL
'; ;i Is The Rrssbsj WurM.i
WASHINGTON, April 16 -Aa aoon aa
the Tariff Hcform bill l passed by Ihs
lower house of Congress, and sent to
tha SsjUsSfi unutlier reform that of
banking and currency lawf-wll! be un
dertaken by the Admluiatiatluii.
In his innesasje lo Congieaa last week
dealing solely with tariff, 1'iav ids-tit
"At s later dim I may take the liberty
of calling your attention to rSfOflUI
which press cose upun the heel of
tariff ohangea, If not aroninpany them,
of wblrh Ihc chief la ihe .-form of
banking and currency laws."
Members of i.u llo'ise. '.nts.fftel t
ins subject, Intaipiet Uils dsclaratlv
to mean that while the .Senate la strug
gling with the tariff, the President will
aend In another meaaage relating to
currency problems and they will be put
at work afresh.
The proapect Is not pleasing to Con
greaamen, who had expected to take a
protracted leave of absence from Wash
ington In hot weather, while the Senate
works on the tariff. During prevlou
extra aeslon. the Houae haa enjoyed
virtually a holiday during the Benate'a
Hepreaenlatlve Carter Class ot Vir
ginia Is to bo Chairman of the Hanking
and Currency Committee, succeeding
Mr. Pulo, of Louisiana, the Money
Tratl hunter, who was not elected to
this Congress. Mr. Ulass Is preparlnit
a bill pruvldliisj for many changea In
exlBilus banking luwa and for a revision
of the currency sytem. but the draft la
nut complete, nor will It he cntil the
tariff bill la passed by the House. Presi
dent Wilson bus urged that nothing
obscure that first object nor olvert the
energies of Congress from the clearly
defined duty of revising the laalff But
In mid-summer heat there Is prospect
of the country wltncxrltig the Senate
sweltering In tariff debate, and the
House melting In a currency atruggle.
BULL MOOSE PARTY
Members Decide at Meeting
To-Day to Organize in Every
Count v in Union.
Th National BsoonUvs fines, hiIUsi of
th National Progressive l'arty met ,11
secret session at the Hotel Manhattan
to-day, with Qoom W, Perkins in tha I
chair. It received SSdOttrSsiPSj report.-,
from commltteeSnen from all oxer IHs
country, ThS tenor of these repot' '
was that the lloKrcsslve 1'arty Is
growing while (lie old uartles arc going
It was decided ut the morning sesHlon
to establish Hrogrtsaive organisations
In all of the li.laX counties ot the United
Ktatea. In many counties lu which ate
located large clllea, such u New York
und ClilciiKo, It will he necessary to
sub divide the the main organization,!
Into such district In-. inches as nre made
by law the units of ie.pi'eaentutlun.
Tho meeting aaso decided to Ret llltu
active local pultllox throughout the
country ut once and to place In nomin
ation In Ihe next CongresHlonul elec
tion a ctindl.sHte In cadi of lite Con
gresalonal districts of the Unllsd
States. ApPSrSntl) there Is no lick of
monsl In the riogreaelve 1'arty, for
tulk of expHiMslons an 1 cipenstve Inno
ratlons wat never halted by iiuy sug
gestions as to cost.
Among those at the meet Lit; were
Waiter Browns of Ohio, victor Uurdock
ot KuiiMiiH. I' M LSI of Indiana, "Hill''
I'llnti and K. A. Van Vnlkenherg of
IN nnnylvanla, Medtll Met 'orml 'k and
Krances Kellor of ChlcSSO, cx-ilov.
Sttlbbg of Kansas. Prank Ullisnn. prosy
for Juilge Hen T.ln'1say of Colorado, ana.
kfatthsw Halt of IVision.
Now, for tiretl fecliuK. bad blouil. etc., ii
iaffisg Medicine aiid bluud ptuiSai
HIS CO-RESPONDENT TRUCK RUNS OVER
Hornier Son-in-Law of J. R.
Keene Sued After Three
Villi of Second Venture.
Mrs. Marie Zane Taykor haa started a
suit for separation and alimony against
Talbot J. Taylor, banker and broker, at
No. 11 Wall afreet Mra. Taylor was
named aa co-n apondent when the
broker's flrat wife, a daughter of the
late James R. Keene. atied him for
divorce. After the decree In that case
they were married.
The tlrat Mrs. Taylor, who was Mis
Jessica K?ene. obtained her divorce In
April. DCS. The decree gave her the
custody of her tour children. In Sep
tember following Taylor and his preoont
wife were married at Stamford, Conn.
The flrit Mis. Taylor's suit waa heard
by a referee and the details were kept
secret until It reached the Appellate
Division, where the tostlmony was made
public. Among other allegations In htr
ault Mra. Jessica Taylor said:
"In December, l'Mi, In Older thai tha
relation between the defendant and
Marie Zane might be more easily con
tinued, and In ordei that Maris .ane
might obtain the name of a married
woman and the protection that aba
nught derive tlieicfroui, It was arranged
between the defendant and Marie Zane
that Marie Zane should contract a mar
riage tu so no ot in r person and Imme
diately afterward obtain a divorce. Ac
cordingly and In pursuance of such ar
rangement the said Mane Zane on Dec.
12, mil. was married to William
N'orthr up Cowls and aince that time
has bean known aa Mra. William N.
Thla waa Indignantly denied by Tay
lor and the woman no waa to marry
DELAY ELECTION ON
D. A. It. PRESIDENCY
But Campaigning Is Lively for
Mrs. Story, Mrs. Horton
and Mrs. Bryan.
WA.-tIIXCTOV. Aiprll 1i Delegutea
to the Congress of the Daughters of
the American Revolution were ready
for the election of officers, when they
reassemlliled to-day In Continental Hail.
Three women hud been nominated last
nlduight for the leadership ,.Mis. J hn
Miller Horton of Buffalo, N. V., the
"regular" candidate, Mirmorted by the
administration: Mr. William Cum
mlng Story of New Vofk Clt), and
Mra. Clmrlca li. Bryan of Memphis.
There are a minilier of candidates for
vioc-prceldeiit-gcneinl. Althougli not so
Important, friends of th" candidate
early disclosed their Interest and In
dulged In active catnpnliiiilitg.
Three Voting machine had been In
gtallsd, but na few had been Instructed
In their use, much confusion resulted,
i in the floor of the CongTS heuted
dlSOnsSlong regarding the work of the
recoiiMtrticted credentials committee
continued. At the voting room work
ers for the vurloua party candidates
were much In evidence und campuign
literature was being distributed. This
waa objected to and all esmpslsn liter
ature and party workers were excluded
from the vicinity.
Voting progressed very slowly, und
aa there are 1,100 registered deli-Kales
entitled to vote It Is estimated the
result of the olectluii will not be known
until late to-night or t'j-morrow morn
ing. SHIP LOAD OF HIGH BALLS.
Million anil a Quarter Qnarts of
Whiskey and t.lngrr tie Arrive.
A million and a quarter quarts of
whiskey, stout and ginger ale arrived
here from Dublin lo-day In the ateamer
It was the largest shipment of liquors
and "soft atuff" that ever reached till
port. The consignment weighed 1, '.'')
tons It all went to one dealer.
bt rJi - JSJI JBlF
M IpKWnVA -r&nJlJB Bsts4bWTIy
Not alwair I this gd adage true. Ignorance ef the Ingredient thst ge late the
confection vim buy nnd eat might mull dlnaatrmisW te ou -alsM (dare veiir
health In leoperdir. There are tiei many miscriiiiutnu manufacturer mittlns Inuiure
snd on the market to make It safe foe you tn take nnnereaeary chenee. To he
are of the holcMiueiie of the confn Hon you cat aad et the hlsh character of
the lasredlrnt that enter Into their enmnosltlos. art them at I .off, where Jour
unmet carries tbrrr time the oawbaslag
Special lor Wednesday
A-l'r.K-ll N N KM HI l AH l-KI'I'KR-
MINT1 AMI WlNTKIttiltl.KNa fool-
IHS anu s'Miiiniia. mm we uni .
can make tbrm
1111 Nit DUX
Weaiesday s OKerlog
SINHII l MOM NOM.AT
Thf Jtw- arrtwUr riMwner
lOUr PtrMOUlI lu the.
VOX Sli UUX
I'ark How. l ortlsndt and ISAtb atreet aUirea ooea evenlaa'saUl 11 s'rlork,
All our ti,re SPSS. Hslurda eyealas until 11 o'clork.
B4 BARCLAY STRUT
Cot. Waal Broadway
SB CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Church Strest
Park Raw A Nassau 5,
At Qty Hal: Park
A FLEEING THIEF,
BUT HE SPEEDS ON
Shod Hired by Detective Scare;
Bif; Crowds Before Hup- j
five Is CtUght.
Til I1 Mill In Kcnmare street late this
afternoon saw DstoOtlVSg OSffSSi
cTine-and Castano of the Italian
Sum, I spring at two youthe who were
walking with a lot of rugw from a
wagon belonging to August Mode of
No 56 Johnson avenue. Ilrooklyn. Th
wayon had halted at Kentrmre ami
KllaalM?th street. I'mrao ciuytit one
of the youths but las other, dropping
the rugs, took to his heels wllh Capone
and OsstsnO a ft ST him.
The fUtlltvS sped toioush Kllaabelh
street nnd tried to dodg,, in f I mt o'
ati Mprl s uaikon He fell nlrertly In
Ik it tli of the truck and IWC Wheal I
crossed his l-Kv I 'simile Was so close, j
to him tlmt one of In. h 0000 RjMpkst'
llltu down and the g heels of Ihe truck
mixed Ids hack a the detectives
Qnlrrnsd la psji side i avoid thsnt.
C,inirie was up ngaln In an Instant,
but quick as he whs Ihe man he had
i x pec ted to llnd grnunlnif gin the pave
ment, probably with both leu In,, ken.
had renewed his tllKht and was running
toward Motl street with as much speed
as before, apparently none the worse
lor having been tun over,
Cast.ino waa closer to hitu now than
Caiwine mid ,ie jerked his revolver from
his pocket He shouted to I IS fugitive
to stop, but th- man was dodging be
tween scurrying psjopls, t tying In ter
ror to escufle the detective's revolver,
and so Csstano was afraid to shoo;.
Kor IWI feet or mote he sped on. hla
revolver read for ue whenever the
fugitive ghoatd get clear of the frlg'at
Mul the fugll ir was Hearing the cor
ner of Motl street and a CSBtOM raw
that he was alwiut to turn the corner
lie fired three shots In the air. The
:,lsirt. t' rifled every one within heer
ng SiStafl e anil men, women and chil
dren dttokog Into sloorway or slurried
into hSSSIWtnl entrances to the tene
ments OS either aide Of the st'eeta.
Ciata.no' quarry waa one of those
wio ducked Into a basement rhoostng
that 'oeneath the tenement at No. 1M
Mott street and Castano and Capone,
who had come up. followed blni In.
The oellar was dark, but crourfblng In
a corner the detectives .found their
mati and Jumped ! m t igciiiicr that he
might have no chance to put up a fig. it.
In the Mulberry atreet at.illon the
prisoners aald they were J imcs Impera
tive of No. 13 Murbery street, whom
Carrao h.ul caught: and Michael Lam.'
bertl. of No. 41 Klrat street, who had
given the others auch a chase. Lam
bert I. when lie was asked If he did nut
want to have a docinr examine Ms legs,
said that they pained him a little, but
that he didn't need a doctor, ao bOt.
young men were locked up. The detec
tives aald that the truck which Tan over
l.ambertl w a heavy one and thut ho
must have bones of hardened steel tj
have withstood the weight uf the
FLY OVER VATICAN;
PAY HOMAGE TO POPE.
nOMK. April II. An Italian mili
tary dirigible balloon flaw over St. I'e
ter'a and tlis Vatican to-day, and as It
did so Its occupants waved the Italian
flag as an act of homage to tho aged
OBEY THAT IMPULSE. CO TO
Give us a chance to make utiod
our claim that we have the most
beautiful place in America.
You owe it to yourself to know
where vuu can net the most for
your money when you go to a res
taurant, and we know that Carlton
Terrace furnishes the answer.
We give you the highest class
carte du jour dinner, cooked to
your order for the same or less
than you pay for a table d'hote that
his waited six hours for you.
Then there is the cabaret that
leaves pleasant memories Hut linger.
I Trade Mara.
power than elsewnere.
Special lor Thursday
J HI IT AMI NIT Bl TTKHn rs Our
regular .. graue. iu-as
It) I Ml UUK
Thursday's Oiler lug
('HIM tll-ATK ITALIAN STYLK ('RKAM
- knuwa for their aualltr all AA.
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l ot Nil BOX "WV
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WiyXy UT NASSAU
MAJ Set Beekasn
-Tssfay 2BS W. IBM
v r just East of I
Beckasn tt Sprues Sis
Jutt East of Stb Avo. j
St.. ear. OSBtfO.
With Bijr Dirigible Stocked for
83 Days He Only Awajts
laifl PAsMfAB, Canary Islanda, April
U. The dirigible SSlOSB Suchaid II. la
ready for th" adventurous voyage
across tho Atlmtlc which Joseph
llruecker. formerly ot Milwaukee, pur
poses tu make n soon as the weather Is
favorable for the sturt. Provisions and
water sufficient tu last for twenly-Uve
daya lnne been taken on board.
Bntockaf declares he I oonvlnced thai
he will make lluiiiados or Trinidad be-for-
nStnoaf Kiuger end .Meclianlclan
IVter, IxitU tleinian. complete the
0AIJC0URT LEADS IN FLIGHT
FROM PARIS TO BERLIN.
Preach Aviator Totttd Up anJ
Down In the i,' During 3ce lor j
Cup Sl irm I lalts Swbs Flyer.
TAIllri, April II. A flying race for the
Pomntsry l'up. valuod si IlisM, lot crosa
country SOroplSIM fllghta. was started
by two svlabira. BdSISBn Aiidemars. a
Swiss, and I'ierte DSUOOttTt, a Kren h
mnn. from the outeklrta of I'atl early
to-day. Their obJSOtlVS. whs Bstlhli a
dlllShi e of Ul mile In an air line to
JOH ANNIHTIIAI.. OsTmSSPi April H
l'lerre Dancourt. the l'retich flying SMS)
arrlvrsl ni the aeniilroine here at '
thla evening from I'lirla.
Tlie feature o( the race fur the Pom
mory Cup was Ihe long daylight llluht
of DaUCOUrl from the Kreni'h lo the
tlertnan rupltal. Ho encountered le- ,
cldedly stormy weather while crossing
the Ardennes, but his lllaht waa Vury j
little affected until he arrived ,n the i
Valley of the Hhlne. where his MflD- j
plane was tossed up and down lu the air i
aometlmes for a distance of lSf yards by
Hie atnuig and varying wind.
ivaxn'k, rjonnany, ABril t. Bs
mund Audemars. the BWkM aviator, ,
landed here at ItbH on hla flight fron,
Paris to Berlin.
Audnmar. alter making a spiral as
cent and remaining In the air for ten I
minUteS, postponed his departure for
Btftta until to-morrow on account of a I
HAVE YOU TRIED ITT
Makes Hot and Cold Meals Tasty,
at Fine Salad nrti-iinij by adittng Haefftr
A Ueleaees aad (ireeere Htnres,
la Relnr OOfPttl ar muds
on ruturrtl )lna with
tra tuui'ht of reai com -fort
iti.tr inakara of othar
curBfta vainly try to Iml-
Kxport flt'lns- nj at
toratluna without t-iiirg.
Coroeti from $. j i
HruNMleren from 41
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500 Fifth Avenue
Nonb of Mtirary.
Con. r 4J4 Ht
Cuban and French Heels
Dalland Patent leather, Russia CO
cslf. hnjh button and lact, 1J"
Oiler d and Punss. Allusss. up
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58 3d Ave., N. Y. 1 225 Wetl 42d St.
near Itlth ft. I West of R'war.
Imported Absolutely ;
OR BALLOON TRIP
I MUSTARD y
I Ready to Use.
R 10 (V.N'TS. M
LI,kjq iriu OottladS
A FOUNTAIN OF
IN NEW REMEDY
Many of Those Who Benefited
from Tonic Used It as a
AFFLICTED LONG TIME
John Quigley Now Feels Like
a New Man Since He Has
Used Tona Vita.
A fart that ailil greatly to the merit
of the slalenicnts of the people who havs
tiseil Tona Vita with atipresa ig the fact
tlmt nearly all of them have come from
people who have Irieil everything sise
anil, having failed tn lie lienefitnl, havs
SMS Tuna Vita as n last rrsnrt.
A case in SMStlsB i that of Jnlm J.
gniirJev. nf 4IMI Atlantic Ave., Ilrooklyn
"Kor onie lime pt I liav been
nfflicte.l with nervmisncw. nausea, smi
being run-ilown generally. I tried Ml
kinds nf rsSMlttlS wlthoSi relief. Acci
dentally reading in the paier about Tuna
Vita I determined lo give it a trial. '
have taken one bottle and wish In av
that I have derived wonderful benefit
from it. Vomiting has ceaed. I aleen
food nnd have a Btttst appetite than
huve had in OSM time. 1 shall run
lintie lo BOB Tuna Vila in the hope tha
if one botUC has worked uch wonder"
with me. in time I will Iks a new man."
While, ToBS Vila annul give per
manent relief with one bottle, it can
give such Immodjatg belief. cia! result
that the sufferer i readily convince I
that time and a little more tonic will
make Ihc relief lasting.
Nervous debility can lie indicated by
signs in almost any organ rf the body,
arming the more COS! IB OS tISplQSM
are:-night--weatsi dull pains in th
back: frequent constipation; a morbid
iniaginati n: sleep that is broken by
dream; lack nf vigor und energy or
that run-down feeling.
TOSS Vita can ! obtained at any of
Ihe up-lo-date drug stores in New York
that i T I
S .term, da;
Smrv cannot hrnl"
pull it back if the storms
turns it inside out.
A now one if lbs wind breaks it
Cost 1.00 Upward
ON BALE KVKRYWHBRR
Miller Bros. & Co.
362 Broadway, New York
In sll tho numerous ailments caused
by defective or irrojfular action of
tho organs of digestion and elimi
nationcertain to prevent suffering
and to improve the general health
BEECH AM S
f laid eeerrwbera. la noses. lOss. SSa,
Mary T. Goldman's
Gray Hair Restorer
iv ill bring back the srif i
nsl color to gray and faded
nair and will leave
tbe hair clean. Balff
-n hand st all
dealers, er direct
u, i s ,t unie. ,,rrm uretuUil oa re
C4H,. ut 1 .00. l-ne IrU lttl. .nFioiab esl
lur fire He -l uai t.i oorsi ncataf and jasMaa
Be lure Bjat tell in orisliisl celor uf roar hair. Has
Bin I. stilsii, Wish Big., It m, Miss
RABVBVi On Tundsv. Asm is. mis
MAItV I.OI 1SK IIARVKY. ugnit gn
Bslatlvtl anil frlnd are rtetfutlv
Invllsd to mien, l funeral rvl(re on
Thuradai', April IT. at a 1', i.. at the
rstldanes nf iiauhir. Mi, eiiss-
Iii-IIi '.cm Stg Pallisa sv.. W Ho
bokSSi I'uncral Kiulav. 10 A. M. at
UUtnSrgS I'mna erv.
RnllsdelpbJa Dansri iiieas copr,
KI.IM. On April II. 1U1U. JOHN KEI.M
Jr.. "lear husband "f Tra K. im.
'uhits1 ironi uinlsrtaklng iiarlor at
V. .1. ll t kail. 127 B. kOth at., thsnre ...
Chttron uf Hat l.aily uf Quod Coun!. rl.
uin it., Thursday, April n. lu a. m.
r.isMr mult fliiwer.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
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