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TBI EVINIWO WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1118.
MMu r saying that hs mi not rtt in
cane timed and ... .M help nimxK, Bl
t ough he was feeling lomiwhil
eager
P'of. M.ircn.afsva compiled this -nara-.ige
tml'etln in Cerrllnal Merry del
Van apartment, which he vlalted after
Ma nruai morning -all at th Pont IT'S
I crts da. L'pon :eavrig t ie Vatican
Pr.if March afe laid that hit pa
uenl a andiron eae nr.ich near eatlt-fa-torv
to-day Brs.Je. the dlmiaut: M
ef th oojfh llM genre. wraknesa wji
not ao crrntnatert and the pulre rut ao
ffbeiiieM and ae more regular. The ,
fepe enjoied eaaler breathing and 'he ,
loci! conditions of tha bronchial triuble
seemed improved.
Tha Pupa a oonditlon aa aet forth r.
tha bulletin laaued hy Dra K'tore
Varrhlnfava and Andrea Amlei at It
e'rlsrk thla morning waa aa follows
-Tha BenMB sweet a setae might
A eisalawsleB a( Ma enfk haa re
lieved the Bely Tether, eoaelder
eeiy. Hi tamaaratwa was bt Ola
mmi. alight amelioration la
tha branchial ayaiptoiiia waa agela
(timed) "auaanaWi
.
tlr
Atnlcl again halted the -oni.n .
thte afternooi and fojnd little alle
era- i
tlon In hla ...ndltlon alnce thla morning j
The temperature of the Pope waa In-
rltnlng to in-reeee, hut aa a whole thai
general condition of tha pat nt waa el- '
mull stationary
CARDINAL FARLEY WAITS
FOR WORD FROM ROME.
'erlne. I'ail. through hla ae re
tarv io-lv. bhIiI he waa ready to .nil an
for Korne when '.e racalvaa an official
rahlrgrntii announcing the ileatn of tha
Pupa. It waa aald al the Cathedral
lleM no official meeasgse ron-ernlng the
condition of tha Pontafl had seen re
ceived by tha Cardinal and that ha waa
Ins for hla information upon tha
aia.
"The cardinal l prepared 10 take tha
tret ateamer silling BftBI the receipt of
a cable tn-ssage from the Vatican an
nouncing the death of Hla llullnoaa."
aatd tha aaoraury. He will nat aall
until eu'-h word cornea."
FIRST POLICEMAN
IS PUT ON TRIAL
ON GRAFTCHARGE
(Coatlnuad from nrot Page )
with oJRcaa at No Baavar atreel.
Juror No 1
r. Pollock, auppllea. of No.
Drive, with offlcaa jl No.
waa eater ted aa Juror
No.
a.
Paojo, aa ate tan i treasurer.
of Mo.
as Want One Hundred and
atraat with eOlcee at Na. 71
roadway, waa worn la aa Juror
No. 4
ranftnand liall. fur dralar. of Vo.
Waal Slaty -ninth at reel, with tif
aVaaa mi No aw Waat Twenty-aevan:h
atraela kaoaaaa Juror No. i
SlaaaiMi H. Smith, preaMant. of u.
M Warn Twelfth atraat. with offieaa at
No. W Varlck atreel, took aaat No. 1
John W. Stuut, an Inapactor, of No.
( MarntngaMa avenue, waa Juror No. 7.
Juror No. a la CVouverneur Smyth,
okerfe at No. SI Naaau atraat: homo. No.
in Rlvtralda brie.
John C. Remond. aacratary at No. 1H
roaalway. living at No. Ue Waat Ona
Hundrad and Thirty-fifth atreat, took
aaat No. a. and Roboit Wolfare, Vice
rrraManl of on autageobllg concern at
No. 3W Waet Thli ty-nlnth el reel, waa
the tenth Juror choaen. He llvag at No.
tU H'rat En-i avonue.
Kiroeird A fhotwdl. aiitoniublle deal
aa. of No. nn Weat Ona Hundrad aud
Fourth vireet. took aaat No. 11, and '.
Crnaat Vlttor. o ohonilat. of No. 4lu
Rlveraldr lrlve, aycama No l:
Klght of the jiirora live In llarlam. in
which RoUnaon la aald to have beau a
aolloctor.
Juattea awabury ordered that tha tury
o locked up whan not alttlng during
tha trial. He romandadi Hoblnaon, who
haa bean out nn r..no ball, to the
Tomba.
INDICTED INSPECTORS
PROTEST EVIDENCE OF
ALLEGED ACCOMPLICES.
Alleging that every wttneaa who ap
peared before the Orund Jury which
Indicted them waa an accomplice to
tha crime charged in tna indictment,
farmer PoUoa Inapoctora Sweeney, Hue
aey. Thompaon and aturtha to-day be
fare Jltatlce Srahury, In tha Supreme
Court demanded permlaaloa to Inapect
tha mlnutea of tha Oraad Jury.
By agreement among themaelvaa, the
argumenu for tha four laapootora will
So mode by Oaorga Oordoa Battle, rep
raaan ting Sweeney, Herbert C. 8m y Hie.
rapreaenilag Huaaay. and Abraham S.
OUbart. rapraaanttna Murtha
With tha petition waa aa affidavit from
Inapoetor Huaaay. who aworo he had
been Informed by hla rounaal that
George A. Slpp. Edward J. Newell, Pu
Hoe Captain Thomaa W. Walah and Po
liceman Eugaaa K Pox-tha luur wit
naaaea on whoae taatlmony tha criminal
cohaplracy Indictment waa found wera
all acoompllcea to the alleged crime and
that their taatlmony waa not corrobo
rated by dlalntereated wltneeaaa.
Mr. Battle made a long argument for
riSAt u inapaot the mlnutea, anile
Mttrtba and Thompaon eat tugathrr, nnd
Huaaey. Uurtha'a birier foe, aat with
hla back to Murtha. Hweeney waa uul
! court.
Juatlce Sea bury ruled that tha In
dictment gave the lnapeotora auffllo
lant knowledge of the State'o oaae and
denied permlaalon to ewe the mlnutea.
'The attorney theu moved to dia
mine the Indictment. Thla Juatlce
Seabury alen denied, ao nothing; oan
now emve the four Inapoctora from
trial un the conaplnacy charge
m - -i -' Ufa. aa. lalii.l HI
WWTU rTanva WOrK ffvtrwvra.
NEW TARIFF Ml REDUCE
FOOD
AND
AND AID THE CONSUMER;
Representative Harrison Ex
pects Benefits kO Begin
Within Three Months.
THEN STEADY INCREASE. I
i seesaws vaaawi
- I
I
r . ' ! I V 'Ml U I nurMi.... ... .
VOmUCllUUil Will I Mice ivi
Prices After Period of
Readjustment.
By Samuel M. WUHam;
stag Oanaaaaalaa at The Bvaatag
Mat
WA8H1NOTON. April 17. TBIe la
Interview arltb Fraacie ainoi
HarrtnOB. Conireeaman from tha up-
par Met aide of New York city, mem
bar of tha Waya and Meaaa Commit
tee ana Erst saaiataai tsrlf makar.
The aubjact li what Pwsatt will tha
av-raga eltlaaa of Naw Ysrk dartra
from Uo sroposad tariff raductloha,
and what will jo the prica of maca
roni is Harlem'a Llttla Italy, write
la Mr. Harrtaon'a conatltuancy. Tha
latanrlaw bofan In tha Whlta Houaw,
contlnuad In a taxless and aslad oa
tha atapa of tha Capitol. Yo hTS
to atep lively to heap paca with Llttla
, Itsly-a huatllns Congraas""
I "Pheener fouo and clothlns la ) Hal
New Torkere will get-net forfaiting
cheaper epMhelll. olive oil and lemonBi
.... ..... .-'
for my conaiituenie. wa
to The Meaning World a queallon. anJ
we daahod out of the White Houee.
Thee the taximeter began to aplu around
aad increaaed Ue coat of living ae we
aped down Pannaylvanla avenue. Tail
cabe are not oh the free Hat. But Mr.
Harrlaoa SM aet aaem to mind It. Ha
had area let the taxi aat up half aa
hour at wailing time while ho talked
ta Prealdent Wllaoa about tha Slorleua
cheap 4 era to come.
'Reduced prleaa will aat aaaaa laime
lately," he continued. "But I am
arraly eoavtaoad that wlthla three or
oat moatea after tha new dutlea be
come effective we aaall aaa la Naw Tork
lower prlree on a number of everyday
commodltlee
MUST NOT EXPECT CHANOE TO
COME AT ONOI.
We ohould not expect onengea too
aooa. Trade and oomaaeroo operate oa
n complex ayatem ear end tbroushout
tha world, and time will be required tor
adjuetmeat to the naw aaeia. Shine w:u
nat be waiting la Naw Tork harbor
ready to unload duty free ertldee tha
day the law beceoxeo eBeotlT. Mer
ehenta will not mark everything d.mn
In prlre at once. A year may be neoaa
eary for aaaaa Unoa to reach the new
lower level, but gradually and etaeJIly
there wlU le a alftln downward to
a lower ooet of living.
"it you aak me what particular art'
ili will ne nr.t to oheapen In prloee. I
would aay offhand macaroni and lem
ona. becauae they are Importa of qelob
conaumaUoa and tha trade la I hem la
very active We have cut the duty oa
mtoareal areducta aaa third, that le
from one and one-half centa par pound
to ona rant
'Tha duty on lenaone la reduced from
per cent, to M par oant oa tha value.
Llkewlae olive oil duty la cut from fifty
centa to thirty oonta per saBaa. Yea.
Harlem'a Little Itely will benefit, and
quickly, ton.
"There la the Item or milk, freah and
condanaed, whloh will go on the free
liat. New York ehould be Intereeted IB
thla becauae to-day there la not a quart
of milk coming from over the Canadian
r-crder.
"The price of meet la moat Important
to the average New Yorker. Our 'm re
tention ahowed that American beef la
aelllng In Uonuou cheaper than In New
York. The raaaun la that In Leondon It
n.eeta the competition of Argentine
heef. AH klade of aicata, baooa, ham.
veal, mutton, pork, beet and aauaage
are to oume In duty free.
CHEAPER MEATS ANO CLOTHING
BOUND TO COMB.
"Now, If prloaa In Now York are high
er than In London. Importa will coma
and prl.ee be lowered by the compel!
Hon. There are na refrigerator llnea
be: ween Argentic i --' America, but
there are Unaa to tiondon. and tranahlp
n it bSSeV ' li vw Tork would
he eaey. Naw Yo . hould not ex
pect cheeper beef tu narrow, but U la
huund to wnia, aooner or later, down to
Ih level ol the worll'a open niarketa.
"Next to food. New Yorkera are moat
Intereeted In the coat of clothing. A
man who praphealea put hla neck In a
nooaa that may be tightened to hla fu
ture dia comfort But I will take the
rlak with certain predlctlone If the pro-
ooaed cotton and wool reductlone are
enacted. Plrat. thai ready-made wear
ing apparel for both men and womea
will be cheaper. Mecond, thai we ahall
get pener iuemy ana value for our
money.
"Kor exenrple, a Bull of raady-made
clotbaa for men that coeta to-day U
can ta bought rest year for tin. Then.
hee are eone facta tu Inter. at avmaa
of Naw York. Tha ahlrtwaiat that uostg
S now can bo bougrit later for II V) or
perhepa R Qlovee will cooie down ma
teriaay ta prtoe. Ilualrry of allk. wol
or cotton le to be cheeper. Ail-wuul
blankela will be on aala at pneee that
tha average boueewtfe oan afford.
Tailor-made auiti will be leaa finali i
"Important even aa prloaa to the quoa
Uen of quality. Whea wo bay woollen
aeoda we ahall gal ail wool Bat
CLOTHING BILLS
quality, mostly cotton
Thla la where
teal value cornea In.
EXPECTS REDUCTION IN SOME
LINES TO BE PROMPT.
"f say it may take a veer for tha ra-
. ductlona In all these lines to coma ahotit.
Itea1y-male clothe are made up montha
In advance and market -ondltlona can-;
not a Mr. y.t i he.
no 4oubt ,ha, our yry ,C,V, aprt-
mant alora merchants In Ne- Tork will
metre C, ni . b In mnmm 1 1 ...
nn wuiiin two or tnrea montna gei
. certain
tariff reduced arttclea nn the
I mark!.
The man who paya 141 for a made-to-
ordar btialneae Bull need not expect to
gat It any cheaper, becauae the tallor'o
own chargea enter largely therein. Bui
the horlneae man can expect to get for
the eanie money better quality Of gvada
and better flnlach. Nor will dreeamek
era' gowna be cheaper, becauae the ma
terlal la a fancy creation ta but a part
of the fatal coot.
"I do not believe our manufacturing
Induatrtoa are to be ruined. But to moot
the free competition they will be obliged
to change eome of the extravagant
met hod a of doing bualneea which have
grown up under protection. They will
have to cut out profile of unnoceaaary
middleman. In eome oaaea of cotton aad
woolen good a there are three or tour
Intermediate! between tha factory and'
the ooneumer. each extracting a profit.
Tha profit plofeer, not the wage earner
nor tha legitimate manufacturer, will
bear She burden of Ibaaa tariff reduc
tlone. Tha coneumer will be the bone
Salary." HER PRETTY EYES
THAT WON'T BEHAVE
COURT
(Continued from rtret Page )
nec canary to make many trlpa away
from New York. When he got back,
pals told of eeetng llttla Mra. S. hltf,
who la external y girtlah deeplte her
ynara of WedBH life, walking along
Fifth avenue with the rauelcal Simon
At times ualllla aaoompanled them.
There were vtatta to hotokt. where tea
and refreahmente ware had, and eve
nlnga at the theatre. In which Simon
flgured aa hoat.
PHOTOORAPH OP BIMON ANO
SSNS. BCHIFP AB EVIDENCE.
Schlff remonatrateil, but wifcy In
alatad meter DoMUa'a operatlo proa
perta muat not be leopardlxed. He re
inuemtrated ao hard Uiat one night In
October, Wit he left tile apartment and
did not return. He aaya Mra. .,-hifi
ordererl htm out. Mho eweare lie gut
piqued beoauaa ahe would not ail up all
night and talk to him. She iwdmlte
Maxlmllllan waa extremely nervoua at
thla time, but dealaa Mlmon'a wlna
cauaed Schlff aleapleeeneeo.
When Mra. Hchiff denied with vehem
ence that Simon had atrurk a reepone
Ive chord, the huaband flaahed a photo
graph taken at Atlantic City In the
tall of 1D1J, which ahowe Simon alttlng
at the feet of H.lilffa wife. Mra. Hchlff
aald ahe went to the aeaahore aa the
gueat nf her alater and the latter'a
huaband, and thai they ran acroaa
Simon there quite act-Men tally, inaexnuch
aa he waa her aleter'a muelcal director,
Siicn waa Invited to Join the party,
and ao It happened that ho appeared
In the photograph.
JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS
TAKES SEAT IN SENATE
IN GORGEOUS APPAREL
Elejrjiwe ol New Illinois Senator
Startle Colleagues and Dims
Glory of Pink: Whiskers.
iftpecUl (nan t Kulr I'.imepoudeut of The
World I
WASH1NOTON, u. Oh April 17. for
five minutes to-day ths United Uteres
Hsnats halted In admiration when James
Hamilton Lewis, Senator from Illinois,
appeared to take hla aeat. This Is the
wondroue vision of groomed slsgance
that buret upon the grave and reverend
Henatora:
An array of pink whiskers, parted In
fan tall apread and quivering with ani
mation.
A head crowned with a shock ,f hair
dr eased In moat careful disorder with
curled locka In front.
A huge white "wing" oolUr encircled
by a black aaoot scarf lied In huge puff
held by a single pearl pin.
Low cut white walatcoat. double
breuated, with numerous pearl buttons.
Linen shirt with pleated bosum and
turn,-1 back cuffs.
Lavender bordered handkerchief peep-
liiK from the breaa: pocket.
A cutaway morning cont. .lark gray
n color, edged with black braid, but
toned tightly around u wulat ao trim
and alander aa to give suspicion of so ne
hidden compression. There were whis
pers that he wore a cored), for r.o
paunchy Senator ever exhibited a waist
to equal It
Hark striped trousera. patent leather'
shoea and ayeglasaae dangling from long .
Muck etrlnga completed the cuatume of
the MriiHte'a new leader .if faahlon if I
not of statesmanship Much it recaption
of slllhsranCB. of handshaking and com- i
pllmenta followed l.ewla's Introduction
aa aeldom oucura In fne Senate.
There was a procession down the main
aisle lake the march In Peacock Alley.
The oath WBB administered. Then the
wheels of Government resumed their
STlad.
EXHIBITS
mwm
inZTS
Fire Raced Through Old
Frame Structure at Malone,
N. Y., After Explosion.
FIREMEN SAVE MANY.
Actress in Flaming Nightdress
Jumps and Is Picked Up
Mortally Hurt.
I The rreelBf World
MAUM;. N. Y April I7, -Eight mea
were burned to death and fifteen aert
oualy Injured when Are deotroyed the
Do Wlleon Hotel on Catherine etreet
In the heart of the bualneea dletrtct
here, at 2 o'clock thla morning.
Search la being made through tha
ruine for the bodice of other guaato la
tha hotel who are reported aa miaalag.
A woman and child are atUl mlaaiag.
The known dead are:
Plereertlle,
A partial Hat of tha Injured Inatudca:
Mra. Phoebe Provoat, BUetrburg,
N. T.: both logo broken by Jumping.
William Wllaon, eighty-three yearn
old. Malone; badly burned aad hurt
by Jumping; may die.
Thomaa Roblnaoo, Boaton: leg
broken by Jumping. .
Jooeph Beeurro, Mooern Parka, N.
Y. ; badly burned and hurt by Jump
ing. Mrs. Beaurre; Internal Injuiiee
cauaed by Jumping.
Mae Martin, vaudeville actreee.
Montreal; badly burned; may die.
Joeaph Pusey, Malone, badly
burned; may die- ,
EXPLOSION STARTED PIRB
IN
KITCHEN.
About forty gueeta wera houaed In
tha old wooden structure, In rooms on
the second and third floors. The Are
atartad with an esploalon eome where
In the rear of the kitchen annex and
spread through the two upper etorlee
with tha epeej of light.
Before an alarm could be given In
the corrtdora they wera already filled
with flame and the gueeta found them
selves trapped In their roome. The
ancient building was consumed like
paper. Plre waa shooting from the
root five minutes after tha exptoiion
which atartad the holocaust
Before the vlllase fire company could
respond to tha belated alarm man and
women In their might clothes wera
leaping from the second and third atory
wlndowa to tha street.
Ma Martin, a vaudeville artreae from
Montreal, appearing with a small trav
elling company In tha local opera house.
Isaped from the window of her room on
the third floor, her night dreaa aflame.
Mho fell on a pile of lumber and rolled
to the ground. One ahoulder waa frac
tured ami aha auatained Internal In-
Jurlea whl.h may bring death to her
She la now with other aufferera In the
Bkbrenaburg City Hoapllal.
Antonio Nicoiinl, a New York City
musician, lost his life beoauaa ha In
sisted upon trying to savs his great
harp, which he tried to lower from the
wan doe of hla room on a bed sheet rope.
The harp hung euapendei' In the glare
of the flamea for an Inatant and then
dropped aa the muatotan fell back, auf-
focated. Into tha Saving furnace against
which hla -form had been outlined.
GIRL LAY UNCONSCIOUS
BETWEEN CAR WHEELS.
unit the arrival rr a belated com
muter saved Mlaa Nora Le Strange,
young stenographer, from being ground
under tha wheels of a Central Railroad
"f Now Jersey pasaenger train at the
Van Nostrand station, Jereey City, to
day. Mhe was lying stunned and fright
ened between two rare and directly In
front of the wheels whsn the man ran
up .and saw hsr danger. Hs dragged
the girl from beneath the platform Just
as the train waa pulling out.
How the girl got between the a
la a mywtery. It la believed that all
al.pped while attempting to board
car an. I struck her head, becoming
etunned and unable to drajr herself
from peril. She waa suffering from a
scalp wound and corrt unions about the
body, anl after having the wuuntl
dreaaed by an ambulance surgeon, ahe
waa taken to her home. No. 17 Dwlght
atreet, Jersey City.
CONGRESS BILL AIMED
AT STOCK EXCHANGES.
WArtHrNGTfJfN, April 17 -The Incor
poration of atock exchangee listing ae
curltiea of interstate corporations, under
penalty of bring barred from the uee
of malls ami telegraph eervlcea. la pro
posed In a bill Introduced to-day by
Itepieaentative N'eely of Kansas,
member of ths Pujo mousy trust Inves
tigating committee.
The bill would Impose severe penalties
on stock lixi 'hangu officials, brokers or
telegraph officials who transmit between
Hie any business of an Incorporated
exchanxe mid would give the poetmaeter
general authority to regulate trmnaac
tlona n atock eautiangss with parUcula
prohlhlilona agalnat "waah aalee" and
other manipulative transactions.
The bill would provide for general
publicity of all Stock Bxchaaga transac
tions and tor ths complete publicity of
the busmeaa of all companies having
aecurltlea listed.
rsusB rmosoaroBf, staiaae, the
est baaSaaSat.
aOSTT aTaBBaTl, a wcaTolltag
m. t.
aSSCfaXAMX OOOATxTT, Sxataae.
"MOST DEVOTED COUPLE
OR STAGE" CARROT GET
DIVORCED: FAIL THRICE
awaPPw - PaawaaGgaaafi
Keel rxaxal tgamxeSr' aC- keugf
'f&EwEm h ' xaUgamaT
IBB VTai gxeawT
Mr. Cecil Lean. Who l Florence
Horbrook on the Stage, Is Denied
a Decree Once More.
Florence Holbrook, octree-, failed for
the third time to-day to get a divorce
from Cadi Loan, who haa played lead
ing parts In Broadway domestic plays.
Whan the raas was called before Jus
tice Olegerteb, Henry J. Ooldemlth, Mrs.
Lean's attorney, told the Court hla wlt
neeaaa would not aupport Mra. lsan'a
ohargaa. The complaint waa then dis
missed. Mrs. Lean first brought suit three
yesrs ago. charging Lean had been In
innate with a chorus girl. Tha case
came to trial In December, 1911, but
owing to Mtea Kolbrook'a absence from
he city the complaint was marked oft.
Three montha later the ault waa re-
etored to the oeriendar and again came
up for dlapoattlon a month ago. That
time Mlaa Holbrook could not find her
wltneaaes and tha caaa went by default.
Again It waa restored and placed on
the undefended calendar, where It waa
finally, discontinued to-day.
Tha Lean a were married In the tall
of ISM at the Little Church Around the
Corner. Por eight years Mlaa Holbrook
aad bar huaband were known aa "tha
most devoted couple oa tha stage."
DODGES WAGON, AUTO HITS;
DODGES AUTO, WAGON HITS.
Reverse Mishaps to Two Men With-
in One Block on Crowded
lieffl, Avn.
nun venue.
They get you coming and going on
fifth avenue. Take the casee of Henry
Horner and Paul Tleman to-day.
Henry Horner eteppad out of the way
of a horae-drawn delivery wagon at
Forty-fifth atreet and waa struck by
an automobile i ram Tleman atepped
out of the way of an automobile at
Worty-fourth atreet and waa run down
by a horse-drawn delivery wagon.
Mr. Horner, who Uvea at No. 133 West
Ninetieth atreet, ta the proprietor of the
barber ahop In the Hotel Lorraine, For'v-
flfth etreet and Fifth avenue. He waa
crossing from east lo west whsn the
approaching wagon prompted him to
make a detour which brought
right Into the path of a
southbound
touring car ownsri and driven by C. K.
Olllbourne, a broker, of No. 371 Weet
Seventy-third street
The automobile bowled Mr. Horner
... & .....
over and oiimnen on top or mm. Mr.
Ulllbournn Jumped from the car and Pj-
."T :. -
ncemaii asaoaaa woo emu ecean ine ac-
cident. hastened up. They were Joined
by twenty oltlsena, who lifted the car
and pulled Mr. Horner out.
Dr. Quaglla, an ambulance surgeon,
advised Mr. Horner to go to Flower
Hospital. Mr. Horner aald he didn't
think he waa badly hurt, and remained
at the lAirraine.
Mr. Tleman, a clerk, of No. MS South
rn Boulevard, had his right knes dis
located by the delivery wagon that
ran over him. He was taken to Flower
Hoe pi tel.
SOCIETY MEN IN FIGHT
AT BASKET BALL GAME.
Kockvillr Centre Man Attacks Ref
eree in Contest With Hempstead
at Harrirrun Memorial liall.
There waa a free-for-all fight last
night at the deciding baaket ball game
at Ht. Qeorges uymnaaium, nemp-
atead. I.. I- between the crack
of Hempstsad and Roekvtlle Centre
Referee Daniel Eldridge declared a
th. Rookvill. Centre team
foul agalnat
luat as the game waa ending.
The
etnnd Heniuatead 17. Rockvllle
c "... u
Th. decision cue- a m-nbar of the
Bockvlll. Centre ten to throw a chair
at ,h. referee which brul.ed htm oo -
. . .. i .. n op mora inert.,
tors at once began a fist SgbL Several
women fainted and the police were
called In. Fifty or more men from
both towns Anally combined to atop the
fighting.
Ths gymnasium In which the fight
occurred was glvsn to ths St. George
Club by Mra E. H. Harriman aa a
memorial to her husband, whoae father
waa once rector of the pariah, receiving
a yearly salary of (MO. Mr. Harriman
was born in 'he rectory with his brother
and alater. All the prominent auolety
people and well known families of
Hempstead and vicinity are membere
of the olub and many wore In atten-
aat night.
WOMAN IS KILLED
BY AUTO AS SHE
CROSSESBROADWAY
Flung Upon Hood of Car, Mrs.
Cazuran's Skull Is Fractured.
HAD FEARED HER FATE.
1 " t at tram fe Utmi Sn r " 1 1 re
V-Mi i.ta villi; i limit, in vjibiw
Arms Apartment She
Told of Premonition.
Mra A Caauran. a widow sixty years
old. was instantly killed br an auto
mobile which struck her as ahe waa
croflalng Broadway at Blghty-nlnMi
etreet at noon to-day. The chauffeur
and sole occupant of the car. Oeorge FX
Harry, of Na. SB Waat One Hundred
and Fifth atreet, waa not arrested, aa
ayewltneases agreed that ha waa blame
leaa. Mrs. Caxuran waa crossing from east
to west on tha south aide of tha in
tersection. Juet ahead of her, bound
In the same direction, waa a big, loaded
horae-drawn truck. Ths truck stopped
In tha middle of the westerly Side nf
Broadway, blocking tha way to south
bound traffic. At that moment Mrs.
Caxuran stepped oft tha curb of ths
parkway in ths middle of tha atreet.
ami colneldenUlly two automobiles,
oouttrbound, sMs byi aide, approached
tha stalled truck-
Harry, driving a car belonging to
Lewis W. Mmferd, a broker, at No. Mi
Wall street, waa on tha left hand aids
of the thoroughfare, the Inner wheels
of his oar running on ths outslds car
track. Ths other car, to avoid the
truck, turned to tha right.
Chauffeur Harry had no room to turn
to the right. He turned sharply to the
left to paaa around the rear of the
truck. To avoid running Into the curb
of tha parkway ha had to swing sharply
to the right whan he had paaaed tha ob
struction, and hs swung the front of hie
car directly against Mra. Caauran aa ahe
atepped upon the car tracka
Although the ear waa moving alowly
the Impact waa audi lent to throw Mra.
Caxuran upon tha hood and radiator.
Her head atruck a corner of Iba front
of the car and har akull waa crushed In.
She rolled from the hood to the streer
Just aa Harry brought the car to a atop
A elua to Mra. Caauran'a Identity waa
found In carda In her handbag. Thear
Indicated that ahe lived at tha Clare
Arma, No. 31 to Broadway. A telephone
Ztn sisST VS
i aton. the superintendent of the apart-
j mentB, and he Identified the body,
, Sund,,on ttiA Mr, caauran had lived
I In tha house for the peat Sap years.
sue was a translator ana also solicited
subscriptions for books and roagaalnrs
According to rtundston, Mra. Caxuran
appeared to have a premonition of her
fata when ahe left her homo at o'clock
tbla morning. She e topped la the
auperlnteedent's office and aald:
"I don't feel Juat right to-day. If
anything happens to me. you will And
a note on tlio bureau In my flat tailing
you who to notify."
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DIED.
PLAPPSBT On Wednesdsy. April 1
lBlt. at II'. Hamburg sve.. Brooklyn
FBTRR PLAI'PKHT. ased 6V.
yaaeral will take place Bunday. Ann,
30. al 1 P. M.. from late residence, la
terment ralvary Cemetery.
wXlSTED-Stopa apace, 22x
00, for office and ware
rooms, located between Sd
and abth ata., 6th and 8th
avi., or office on upper floor
with light, dry and well ven
tilated baaement; rent not to
exceed Bl.fiOO. KAWNEER
MFG. CO.. 1180 Broadway :
! phone B877 Madlaon Square
HELP WANTED MALE.
I DRAUGHTSMEN WANTED,
! mechanical and eleclcal
for daalgn nJ dWI work
; Pf rm.nent JffMomi
stiwaasseei ev " w - i
anna ana Baisiry expeciou.
Apply Mechanical, box 076
World.
WINDOW taiMMBB Thorough
wtee airaae uivw".
.lore man of loag
eiiaawace eelr aad uadewUadlss lupeiar imrs
..cohaadbe: aleaiy BaTgiWali ol
eard work AseU JB Tg rt A, M.Yrlday. Ales,
sneer H Meyer IT B. Ml et.
rowii u an All BK sod lean hsnrtlss saaa: eauc-.
Aleaaaaw a. aieyw. t a. see, .
Bx A NtCIW Mra
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SSI sjullag asBiihlaa sad tasaob basea. ruugh
staff sad vendah rubbeia. color sad color rirali
sasa Aed sThessr sands. P. I. A. T . I'oiisii-
UNUSED TO GUY WAYS,
SHE LOSES HER LIFE
UNDER Iff ST. CAR
Collision If Fatal to Little Vis
itor Prom New Jersey on
Her First Trip.
Tap the muffled drum: titillate the
sorrowing lute; render with muted
strings. 0 sympathetic Metropolitan or
oheatre, the "Peath of Ase!"
For a chicken died on Fourteenth
etreet to-day.
Fair was she and unused to the
worM's rough hand. Life's hard path
way had not been hera. nor ths sor
rows of a .ruci world her portion. Us
IlluVona, disappointments, the crash of
fond drsama, the taetliut of Dead 8ea
fruit three were the grim rewards of
experience that had been carefully kept
from her by a parent e care.
She came from Jersey. She ventured
to thla great city for the flrat time,
viewing with her eyea of guileless Inno
denoe the piled- ip wondero of our
modern Babylon. Before her gaxc. aa
she rods up from the Weehawken ferry,
lay all the wonders of a Never-never
Land, the lHee of which ehe had never
dared to dream. Bkyecraplng palacee of
business lifted their heads high above
her horlson: the gasoline ohariota of the
wealthy wMsaed by her in wlaardry ,
the myriad heads of tha poor streamed
Complete Freight Service
OF
Pennsylvania Railroad System
AND
STAR UNION LINE
HAS BEEN RESUMED
The Management desires to announce thai it is now in
position to accept all classes of freight to and from the
West routing via the PENNSYLVANIA LINES.
All freight delayed awaiting resumption of train
service on account of flood conditions has been dispatched
to destinations and regular freight service has been re
established. 4
Pennsylvania Railroad Peonsylvaiia Lines
Star Union Line
Let Us Move
Your Old Piano Freo
If yon bira as old tduara or upright piano (or
or na), why mora It Lst us tars you that aapama.
Wa will taka ths old laitrament at part uymaat far a
sew "PsaM" and allow full value for It taking the oM plaao
from praiaat Udrati as4 daHTBrrsrtks aaw oas to yoar fa
ture tddreai, cartass frca.
If yoa ars sol rad for tha aaw ona now wa will take
your old Inttruaaent and (lac you s credit bill food for two
'""wa can plaats any one with a 'Veaae" Piano theft
certain.
Our
PRASC UmiOMT
PKASE PIT1TC GRAND
PKASC PLAYER PIANOS
ara ladr In their rtipertlve clan aad yoa caa (lee your old
piano as flrat payment and than pay ths balance monthly, If
desired ... .
Write for prices, cattloi and eschtafa estimate.
PEASE
1t Wst 4Sd St,
Brooklyn Branahi
SB Platbuak Av.
aBW bM BaVBT tsfBwAwVaT
Mute
be aeeereni ea the eurface. lne nuclei eAiwrlenc. th lll-cffecl. of eat I as l"asare
eaasUesbefere they can be Ju.lscd. Bui there In ae aerreally lor ninsisw aav risk,
rhefels ao errasTea for jeenardlslni your health, left's mIkIIw AU Burs
beyond the ahadew of a daub). Thet hate been "tried end urutea." Aad they are
the ealr pure renfertleea le be had et
Special lor Thursday
rariT
inn NI T Hi TTrui
ana Una of rruii. out eae w na
Thursday's Ottering
CHOrOIJtTI ITALIAN KTYI.E
eVrreanlsed for their .whole- OA.
soaa"
lids
ra,k slew,
Cortland! and lSBth elreei
All our stores epea Setter
SB BARCLAY STREET
Cor. Watt Broadway
SB CORTVANDT ST.
Cor. CBurch Straet
PenrkRew Naeaau St.
At CBy Hall Park
Broome
avenues art
brick and atone. s..
Rhe aaw. for tha flret time, wlaBed.
wicked men.
Life -Life, the evi . rhagKlng, the In
scrutable, flowed past her In atrong
I .ni iiar tldea. Hhe heard the. arrange,
strident sound nf the mob's Uaghter.
She caught ths low diapason of a great
city's grief. All all that a wide world
has to reveal to the childish soul of
the Igenue waa juet beginning to be
hers whsn
A Fourteenth street Crosstown car
crashed Into the poultry wagon of Jacob
Henne of No. Ml Kast Hlghteenth etreet
Juat aa It waa crosalng Fourth avenue.
Policeman Tucker of the Traffic Squad
dashed through the throng and plunged
beneath the fender of the slaying ve
hicle. Finally, he emerged from be
neath the cruel fender. In his arms hs
borea chicken, murdered by the com
plexity of a great city s civilisation.
BULL MOOSERS PLAN WAY
TO FIN.MCE THEIR PARTY.
The executive committee of the Na
tional Progressive Party continued Ms
session at ths MarASattan Hotel to-day.
Chief Bull Moose Theodore Booaevelt
was not there, but moat of the com
mittee visited him at Oyster Bay Met
evening.
The toplo of the day waa the financing
of the party to keep It alive between
campaigns. It waa derided to remove
the New York headquarters to the
Korty-aeoond street building. Members
of the party sre asked to contribute to
its aupport (nobody will ne allowed at
present to contribute more than tl.OBu
a year) In arrounte to be paid quarterly
for fnur years. Seventy-flve per cent,
of the quarterly expenaaa will be de
voted to ordinary running expenses and
X per cent. Is to bs kept In reserve far
emergen clea.
Former Senator Fllnri of Pomwj 1 varrta
declared ths progressive party haa the
commanding party position, stralsgl
cally. THE
PIANO COn
near Brotsdway, N. Y.
Newark BranoM
I 10 Now St.
(Trade Mark. I
Evidence
.far
minimum rest
reel.
Special lor Friday
K IHKAM ( AM AM El. B .
I real ire creeaa en -fa
form. SSe else- I I If
nn nii box Wa
lar UHr, grade. I'm NII UOX VV
I HOI UI.A 1
T K I'OVl
I25c
PaJITATIOaa nr iw
fotmo box
.lore, open ererr eeenlae natll 11 lessees.
da r eeenlae ontU fl e'elueiT "eek.
BM BROAD WAT
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
at., eee. Centre.
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