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tMM Mr lnt and. rhafwfrtre, thar
H M nun far Mm to deny anytblnr"
KNIW BOBINtOrl ONLY ,N
MWOKLVN, WHERE HI LIVED.
I Fltxitrrald. plasterer.
M first character altnna. de
ftohlnaon . Qhractr And repu
for "honesty .m l sond (Itllllli
' BBSS sswsttant. On orMHcnnn i-
by Assistant Dlsirlrt-A'.torney '
however. Fllit,rcrald admitted he
lircr heard I'obinson's reputation
"DM you ever hear of Itobinenn as a
graft egllsctor? take I Mr. Muaa.
"0 tb n.w.Pa..ra." a thai
"aw bnaw him in n-ooklyn. where ha
llvii DM you knjiv anything anout
Silas B Hsrlem. where ho worked"
Mot character witnesses were to hava
oalled, but Aaaatant Dlttrttt-At-
Moaa pnnpf.to.i that thay would
Robinson's reputation was
Tancredl was then recslted far furiar
uioe aaraanlniiTinn nS)ahed If ha ran,
aom yra a(o, th Allegheny ilotal. in
That avenue. Ha aaJd ha had not, but
Ibbt Ave years lit he ran a restaurant
In Third avenue, near Seventeenth
"Wr you convicted there ten yearn
a tar running a disorderly houss?'
bad Mr. Kopp.
"Haver. 1 waa not there," and Ten
th defense reated and the
COURT STOPS COUNSEL'S RE F
' MINCE TO PREJUDICE,
tllaini) Kopp, summing up for the
Ia asking you to acquit thla defend
ant, paMlatnen. we are asking what,
tat the present time, preeerft atmnaphere
aad present condition of the public mind
Is awasathtng that Is almost humanely
i Boabury broke In abruptly:
"Csunaal mut reniembor that ws are
trying thla oaae only. Wa are not taking
lata oonalderatlnn the public mind and
atmosphere, and preaent condl
Wa are trying this man for a
offenaa. Only that may be dla-
Oaatiaulng, Mr. Kopp said:
"It you find that Tancredl waa ar
ras aa lg testimony and aent to
Maakwell'a Island, yon cannot convict
thai man. For, If tha first arraat was
legal, the second waa legal and Robln
aaa osuid not extort money from Tan
evaaU" Mr. Kopp attacked Tancredl bitterly
far hla testimony and charged that the
whale case against Knblneon was
"framed up" by Tancredl bacauae the
had been sent to prlaoa for main-
a disorderly house.
denied that the fact that R h-
taaoa'a wltneaaee were pollcamen proved
that "tb System" bad been at work to
aara a fellow pjisjbir.
MOM ATTACKS TECHNICAL DE
PENwl At AN ADMISSION.
who sumned up for the Stats In
tha Backer caae. followed Mr. Kopp.
alewtas1 'or tha prosacutlon. H point
at sat that flva different crimes were
Star gad agalnat Robinson, but that ths
Bbata. voluntarily, ao aa not to be
stead the ease, had elsctsj to try him
aa 'the charge of ex tor tine protection
assasey (ram Taacradl Taacradl' tee
Utaoajr alone, he ssld, was auftlclent
a SBBvial lbs pollcamaa,
"Counsel for the defease." he said.
"tdU ybu that If moaey was pajd It
ws fat protection aad waa not ex
bsrtad. Hare you have ths whole color
af Ska dafsndant'a caae out of the
mouth of tb defendant's counsal. It
I merely a technical dafanaa facts
ars not thar.
"It Taacradl bad bean after revenge
be would bave laid these chargea
st ths two pollesmsn who pro
the testimony on which Tan-
w vmm . w prievu. v
Mr. Moaa then aa Bailed Roblnaon tor
tto aaggeetton that Tancredl "get four I
a glrla and make a lot morel
taaey" aa a dallbarat promotion of
vtaa aad corruption of the reataurant
mmm by tha police He attacked the
far falling to bring Tom Lloyd
court to deny that lie received
from Tancredl for Hnhinaon
"Robinson stands oat." aald Mr
Mas, "aa ha told Tancredl. for Bwee
Msr, tb boas.' You must striks at
tkee Instrument of the 'boss' who used
taw law that waa made to protect peo
4a to oppreee them. Thla la a auriei
ratio a Thla graft la a malignant
tuxsar tha body politic. It mual be
Taw baas ths knife you
oporat you must remove this
swstice HeaDory In his charge outlined
vsa runciions or the Jury and the Court,
aa laid Sawn In the statute ,, Am.
kxred oaky tb charge of extortion waa
fb constasred. Hie charge waa re
tarded aa manifestly fair and a comnleta
position of the law relating to the
ke Jury retired at 1.05 P. M.
MOWN'S ESTATE TO WIDOW.
' MaS BWtaJ Bearata
ataaleal fiardea. Hanard
Bp the will of the lste Judge Addison
Brawn, who for twenty years prolded In
tha United Mates District Court before
big rttremnt In lut, MLTM of hla total
aatats slued st about $730,000 -is bs
aaaathed to the New York UoUnlcal
Oardsas In lironx rk. The sum of
HO. sat he haa left to Harvard and 13,000
to Amherat College.
Judge Brown's widow, Mrs. Helvn C.
Brawn, l made Uie residuary legatee
of the ulk of the estate. To her the
Jurist left hla country horn at ('rags-
swag ana his town house at No. 41
Wast Sixty ninth street with all their
Bather -"White Hater" Benleared.
Lulgl Man-one, a allk weaver, war to
day found guilty In me Criminal
BsgaVh of the Federal District Court jf
ablating the "Whit Hla'e" law n
hi wising a girl nam I l.a H.intla from
Paaaalc. N. J., to thla city Tor lmnurtl
mtrposej. Judge Martin .entenced li.n
to two and a hal: yeara In Atlanta, ila..
Falls for gHIT.44T.l4.
Brans Feltman, commission merchant
and steam i agent, doing litiHlneee as
fflrael. Fslttimn t. Co.. in No. 17 Hat
tary Place, ttils Hfteint:i Mod In the
I'sdtsd Statea Muln i Couit u tolun
tSfy petition lu PAll'Uolc, n.'iuwlng
HaWlltle. of I117.M7. m and asset of
FEAR NEW BATTLE
AND ARMED GUARD
If Victim of Detective's Bullets
Dies it; Paterson Trouble
Is Thought Certain.
CHILDREN MAY STRIKE
They Are to Report if School
Teachers Are Thought to
f.lrtsl l The Worktt.
PATUtUO.V. N. J.. April Is.-The calm
which folio a etorm lay over the city
to-day while 77,000 allk mill atrlkere
awaited the death of Antonio Veraccho.
who la lying mortally wounded In the
(lenrral Hospital, following tha shoot
Ing yesterday at the Weldimenp mill,
when hired guards from the O'Drlen De
tective Agency of Newark engaged the
strikers In a revolver duel. This Is ths
first bloodshed In the eight weeks the!
the mills huve been Idle. Hut It prom
lees to be the beginning of a deeperst
aerlea of enrountero between the de
fective end ths strikers If Veraccho
Hundreds oX strikers stood sround ths
hospltsl waiting for nows. Whsn the
crowd lesrnsd Veraccho had made an
ant. -m(ni.m statement declaring he was
stsndlng at his own front door step
when shot, and also Issrned his chancea
of living until nightfall were allm. It
dlaperaed to Turn Hall, where a meeting,
sddressed by Elisabeth Hurley Flynn end
Carlo Trsecs, wss held. The I. W. W.
Isaders counsslled peaceful methods snd
told the atrlkers to await the decision of
Another crowd waa aaeembled before
the Court where Reorder Carroll hd
on trial before him the two detective,
Cullerton and Hyer. who are charged
wlUi ehootlng Veraccho. Dyer declared
h carried no revolver, but Cullerton a1
mltted he fired ten shots, all In ths air.
H aald he could not possibly hava
ahot any one.
ur of ths strlksrs taken prisoners
out of the crowd last night were sen
tenced to thirty days In jail by Recorder
Carroll. Ross Mavartano, a girl strlksr,
waa given the oholce of a M fins or ten
days In Jail.
"Flva dollars I" bJJM said, when the
nslon waa announced to her. "A million
would be Just aa easy."
Mhe was taken to iall to a.rv. ...
Ten achooi children, who -er. .
pointed a committee to investigate their
tsachers' attitude toward their etrtktug
fathers snd mothers, are buav to-duv
gsttlng ready a report which will be
read nsat Thursdsy. whsn tha school
children ssesmhle again at a night
meeting undsr the guidance of Klua
beth Flynn. If the report ahows a
blaaed attlude on the part of the teach-
era the children will vote to atrlke from
srbool. All striking achooi children will
be shipped out of town at once.
A delegation of atrlkera visited Mayor
Mollrlda to-day. demanding that tha
O'llrlen guards be ordered out of the
STATE NAUTICAL SCHOOL
BILL SIGNED BY SULZER.
Measure Creating Board to Carry
Out Project Most Impoitant,
AI.IIANY. April 18. Chars torlxltiK
It as one of the moat Important legla-
lattva enactmente of a decade. Uov. Hul-
xer to-day signed the MoKee bill pso
vldlng for the maintenance and govern
ment of a state nautical school. The
messure provides that In the evenly of
ana nuani oi r.oncaiion or .ew i ora
city deciding to dlacontlnue tho New
York Nautical 8 'hool the Governor
shell appoint a board of governors of
the New York Mute Nautical School to
bo maintained In New York City for
the purpoee of giving Instruction In
navigation eeamanahlp, steam and elec
trlcal engineering to puplle of the v
rloue rountlea of the Hlate. An appro
priation of $100,000 la provided for ths
expenses of the school for the first
The hoard of governora la-to tie com
poaed of the Hlate Commissioner of
IduasM i u member from each of the
Chambers of Commerce of New York.
Buffalo and Albany, the Marltlma Aa-
oalatlob of the Port of New York, the
Marine Society, the New York Hoar
of Trade and Tiauaportatlon, the Nau
tical Board of St. am Navigation and an
aluianua or the New York Nautical
Sehaol. The Hon mi may take over for
the scnool the Pnltcd Ntatea ship New
port or msy apply to the Federal Uuv
eminent fur a more aultable veasel or
TO PREVENT DIPHTHERIA.
e SrikiHl e Dternvered by lir
WIKSBAPaWi Hennany. April Is. The
discovery a! method of prolonged Im
BrSniMttog -: ili.M dllnherla conalstlng
of tan injection of a mixture of dlph
(harttio toxltie mid antt-toxlne waa an
noum-ed to-day by Prof. Kmll von He'ir
Ing of the LTalVaraity of Marlairg at th
ongrea of Internal .Medicine now In
ereslon here. Adequate teata of the new
method in the cllnlea of Magde-burg ati
Marliuig had shown, the profeaaor aald
that the treatment wst hsmilren and
Tin earlier nttempi.- to Immunise h
ssagrai i Uehrlng'i original dlphthsrl
asrum wart iitigucoasgfui an the i
giunity waH vary biif, prof Hhrln
offers to rupply cllnldl wlih the new
prophy lartU under proesr guarantee o
observailon and registration.
Woman Labor Organizer Who
Urges School Strike in Paterson
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(Continued from First Page.)
sold It. This man said furthar that
prior to every t'nlted Cigar Stor rob
bery three of four men haa purchased
wire from him.
The atore waa watched. Yeaterday
evening McDonald, Truex and Clark en
tered and bought some wire. Word
waa sent to Cgpt. Tunney and he with
Kerr, Fltipatrlck and Moor took up
he trail of the trio. Followln ih iw.
Iloamen at a aafa distance, hut near
enough for use In an afmergeiicy, was a
big high-powered touting car In ohargu
of a police chauffeur.
POUND TOO MANY CLERKS AND
Tunney saya he and hla men followed ,
McDonald, Truex and Clark to at luaat
ten United Cigar atores on Broadway
nd Sixth avenue. McDonald and Truex
always entered. Clark remained out-
Ide. MuDonald would use the tele
phone or Truex wauld make a pur
chase, but In none of the places vtsitid
wss the clerk found alone. Customers
psssed In and out and in some of tin-
stores men stood about. In conversation
At midnight McDonnld snd his two
companions went to the Dyceum Hotel
at No. IK West Forty-fifth street
Th sleuths thought they were on the
rail of a hotel hold-up, but when Un
entered the Lyceum and made In
quiries they learned that the three
man and another and a woman occupied
a housekeeping suite of apartments on
Uhe third floor.
Ants anowieoge war- gnioeu avowi
1.10 o'clock this morning. At about
tha ium tliis Tunney got Information
from somebody In the hotel that Mc
Donald and Truex had climbed down a
rear fire-escape snd disappeared
through tne ysrds between Forty-flftii
and Forty-alxth atraets to a building
on Seventh avenue. It was plain that
theae two had escaped.
The sleuths waited. In about half in
hour a telephone call waa heard and the
switchboard operutor was asked 10
make a connection with the third floor
lartmrul. Kerr listened on another
phone and found that Mi'Jonald waa
talking from a aaloon In 'me Hundred
nd Twenty-fifth street hear Eighth
SLEUTHS BROKE BREED LAWS
GETTING TO HARLEM.
Deavtng Kerr to watch the telephone
and the apartment Tunney. Fllsputrl'-U
and Moore Junipuu Into their touring
car and went to Harlem regardleee of
speed lawe. When the yreached the sa
loon their men had been gone about Hf-
They got Into communication with
Kerr and learned that McDonald had
called up again, this tints from a saloon
in Tremont avenue, the Uronx. Tunney
called up the Tremont venue police sta
tion, got a detective to the phone and
instructed him to go to the saloon and
watch thcrse men he described. Then
he started with Kltapatrlck and Moore
for ths lironx In ths touring car.
Ths three men had gone when they
got to Tremont avenue. Alter a couple
of hours Tunney loarnsd that they aere
in Patterson's Hotel, Mount Vsrnon. He
aent Kltapatrlck and Moore to Mount
Vernon In the automobile and returned
to the hotel, where he Joined Kerr.
Kltapatrlck and Moors on reaching
Patterson's Hotel found that McDonald
and Truex had gone to Mount Vernon,
and at Mount Vein, in they learned that
their man had bounlrd a trolley car
bound for Connecticut tlfU'sa minutes
before. They chased th trolley car IB
their automoMla, caught It. Jumped into
OF CIGAR STORES
PICK OUT BANDITS
t - t - li i i.,.i.i.. t li-i-M-fl-t-ik.
HERB'S THE HOLD VPS
IN CIGAR STORES
iV SEVEN MONTHS.
Sept. n, l12-No. 2S2 llowery.
Oat 31. ll12 Twenty-third street
and Ninth avenue.
Jan. 9. 113 No. 371 Eighth avenue.
Jan. 17, TJ13 No. 310 Seventh ave
nue. Jan. 17, iniJ No. 1M Third avenue.
Feb. 1, IMS No, 217 West Broad
way. Paw. 1. 1913-No. 30: Eighth avenue.
Feb. 3. 1913 No. 291 East Houston
Feb. 3. 11-11 Nd. 3&S West One Hun
dred and Twenty-fifth street.
Fab. 1, 1'JIJ-No. M4 East On Hun
dred snd Eightieth street.
Feb. 12, 19t3 No. Ct Centre street.
Feb. 17, 191.1 No. 7 Eighth avenue.
Feb. 23. 1913 No. 643 Eighth avenue.
March 10. 1911 No. 1ST Fulton
March 17. l'JIJ-No. 214 Wast Forty
second sire. -I
Msmfli 3d, IMS No. 323 Columbus
March 24, 1913 No. 904 Columbus
March 31, 1113-No. 331 First ave
nue. April fi, 1913-Oetty Squaw. Yonkers.
tho car with their pistols drawn and
arrested McDonald and Truex close to
the Connecticut line. The prisoners were
returned to the city in the automoblh.-.
FOURTH MAN CAUQHT TRYING
In the mean time Tunney and Krr
had entered th apartment and arrested
'lark and the woman. Duval, who le
tortbad. hlnwlf as a manager Of box
ers, waa picked up later at Forty-fifth
street and Hroadwuy aa h was geitlng
out of the neighborhood after having
made a survey of the hotel.
McDonald la the only prisoner who
has a police record. He was sentonced
to two years In prison at Balalglt. N.
C, In August, law, with James William
Thompson for robbing the poat-offlces at
Plymouth. N. O.i and !arnswsll, W. Va.
In August, 1901, he and "Philadelphia
Whltey" were arrestol while robbing
;he 'pnst-offlce a Mlddleton, N. C, and
each was sentenced to fl.'teen years In
prison. "Philadelphia Whltey" died In
i few months and McDonald escaped in
In AUgust, 1901. McDonald with "Kid
Ysllow" and another yeggman robbed
the Wlndhaun Savings Bank at New
than, Vt. They were caught and Mc
Donald waa sentenced to seven years In
prison. He was pardoned on Kent. 11,
190(1, for Information he gave to the
postal author. tlca and Dougherty aay he
has been working aa a "stool pigeon" for
post-office Inspectors since tnat time.
Chief MuKlstrate McAdoo at Dougher
ty'a request held the four men and the
woman without ball for forty-eight hours
to allow the clerks who have been
robbed to look them over. McDonald
seems to look on hla arrest aa a Joke.
"If Dougherty qnly knew what a fat
head he Is," laughed McDonald, "he'd
throw h mself off the Hrooklyn Bridge."
SCORED BY JUDGE,
GET TEN-YEAR TERMS.
"Taxtcab bandits csn sxpsct no lonl
ncy In theae courts," Judge Fostsr
said In anral 8elona to-day In Im
posing sentence of not less than tan
year nor mora than twenty yaara at
hard labor In Sing Sing praon on Pat
rick Uolgr, Oeorg McVatty, Kobrt
UcVatty and Charl C. Clark, convict
talof holding up waat aid aaloon
I lepers ut the point of revolver.
Tho four prisoner wr members
of th taxlcab gang of rubber a who
mm ooncernod In at least a dossn
obberles In which taxicaba were used
In muklng the cap. They were
rounded up by Central Ufllce deyo
live under th direction of Deputy
Police Commissioner Dougherty after
the hold up In lletbunu street of th
paymaster of irreiiner's silk mill, who
wan on hla wuy from the bank to tha
ofllca of the factory with II. lt). Jo-
ph Taylor, altaa Youngs, leader of
TRUCK KILLS GIRL;
BIG CROWD TRIES
TO KILL DRIVER
Police Have Hard Work Sav
ing Joseph Liblin From
East Side Throng.
Sella Felnsilher's mother gave him a
nickel this afternoon to buy candy for
himself and hla slater Sarah Sella Is
five and hla sister wsa three years old.
The home of their parents la at No. 144
Allen street. The candy atore Is across
"Now kenp hold of ftarah'a hand and
don't let her get run over," admonished
Hand In hand the little couple thread
ed their way arrnsa the street through
the puehesrts which Jammed th thor
oughfare. They got their candy and
wor crossing back from west to st
when a brewery wagon owned by Jam
Everard and driven hy Joseph I.lhlin
of No. 361 South Fourth street, Brook
lyn, cam down th narrow (tract.
Tha children saw th danger ahead
of tham. Little Sellg became afraid
and dropped his slater's hand. The
little girl, bewildered In the lane of
pushcarts, ran ahead, and the great
wagon caught her and crushed out her
life I.lhlin pulled up hla team a aoon
as ha could, and then pandemonium
wan turned Innae.
Mra. Felnailber ran screaming Into the
street to where the dead child lay. and
a crowd qulokly gathered alentt the
brewery wagon. It doesn't take long
for a big crowd to nasemble In the east
side. Pushcart men dropped their carta
and merchants ran from their stores,
all hent on violence to the driver.
"Kill the murderer!" the crowd yelled
"Kill him' Kill him!"
-Men climbed up on his wagon. They
tried to pull him down and he, while
to Oils hair, fought them off. Police
man Armstrong of the Fifth atreet !
Ila station blew his wfttatlc and rapped
with his club for assistance. Through
the thoroughfare came Sergt. Felgel,
anl Policemen llogan and Nrldhelmer.
The rraad fought to reai'h Mblln who,
pale and frightened, had clung to hla
aeat. The police got I.lhlin and fought
their way tbrouirh the nn' to a drug
tore at the corner of Allen and Klvlng
"The police told I.lhlin to make hla
escape through a side door, and to go
to the Fifth street station, while they
would follow, so that the crowd wou'rd
not know he was under am at. The pro
gramme waa carried out, and while the
mob still clamored at th front door, the
hluecoats withdrew. Llblln was booked
at the Fifth street station, and after
ward arraigned In the Ems x Market
Police Court, charged with homicide.
SULZER CONFERS ON
HIS BILL TO ABOLISH
Governor Declares He Has
Assurances of Support From
Many Leaders in State.
AlaBANY, April lt.-Qov. Sutler's di
rect nominations bill, which would abol
ish State conventions, was dlicussed
section by section at a conference In
tha executive chamber to-day. Th
measure la to be presented to ths Legis
lature Monday night.
The Governor said to-dsy that a ma
jority of ths Democratic county chair
men of the State and of the Democratic
State Committee had assured him they
favored his measure. He gave out a
telegram received from the Nyack Pro-
gressiva Club Indorsing his attitude on
direct nominations. He aald many sim
ilar telegrama have been received.
The Governor propoaai to Increase the
membership of the committee In chsrge
of the bill from fifteen to one hundred.
He has naked a number of county
chairmen and State committeemen to
serve on ths committee. Among those
who have accepted are Norman E.
Mack, National committeeman, and
State Committeemen William II. Kell),
Syracuse! William H. Iluckluy. Roch
ester; Charles F. Rattlgan, Auburn,
Daniel Sheehan, Elmlra, and William
A provision providing for presidential
prlmarle In thla Slate has been Incor
poratsd In ths bill.
ria M wall ST a Arrlv Here.
On the Mauretanla to-day waa Mor
rls Kinney of Butler. N. J., a member
of th wealthy family of tobacco manu
facturers, and 19,000 worth of mastiff
dogs which he Intends adding to hla
Klnnelon kennela at Hutler. Chief of
the paok of great, tawny brut Is Brit
Ish Monarch, tha champion of all ths
world In the mastiff class. Mr. Klnnsy
paid 33,000 for hip.
He hawce for lllm.
(From tht Ofcicaga Record-Herald. I
"Who are you'.'" asked 8t. Peter, ad
dresalng the one who had been rattling
Impatiently at the gate.
"Me? I'm the man who put the trim
another gang of bandits, confeseed on
the trial of th four men that liolger
had been concerned In th robbory In
In Imposing sentence on the four men
Judge Foster said: "You are known In
the language of tb streets as taxlcab
bandits. In the parlanc you make yo-jr
'getaway' In a motor car and think that
with the swiftness of Its motion you
ran escape detection. It la a new crime
fraught with street dasgcer to ths coin-
miinllV .nil In nnl.v iWa I it ma u k.
1 .looned stern lualloa should h. aaatad
out to you and It will be."
ON SERVIANS FOR
London Gets News From Sa
lonica That Two Armies are
Massing for Battle.
LONDON, April ll.-A Central News
deapatclh from Halonlca says (he sev
enth division of the flutgnrlsn Army is
reported to have received orders to
march against .Monastlr. now hsld by
the ftervl&n troops.
The Servian ,t)mmnnder Is said to bs
concentrstlng three divisions of Servian
troop, at Veles. twenty-three miles to
the southeast of I'akup against th
threstened Hulgnrlan attempts to dis
possess them of the territory they cap
tured during the war.
The Oreeks In the same way are tak
ing all the needful military measure
for the retention of Salonl.-a.
SNAKE VENOM KILLED
TRAINER KARL HAQENBECK
Bitten by a Reptile, the Poison
Slowly Worked Through System
and Affected His Liver.
HAMBURO. Germany, April H.fiiow
working snake venom was the cnuse of
the death of Kir, Hagenbeck. the ani
mal collector and trainer, on April 14,
a cording to thv phjalclan who attended
lie waa Dllten year ago mid thai
venom evetituslly affected his liver.
FIRE IN WOMEN'S HOTEL.
The overturning of an alcohol lamp in
the r'm of y.r: M. McCobb, on the
eleventh floor oi the Hotel Martha
Wsshington, No. 2 Msai Twenty-ninti
street, caused a flurry among the aTu. nis
and attaches of the women's hotel tills
afternoon and small file damage.
When the lamp stand a blase In her
rodrn Mr. MoCobh ran Into th hallway
and told an elevator operator. A stIU
larm was turned in, and while the en
gines were coming male porters got
bUSJJf with water buckets. There was
little left for the firemen togjdo wh -n
HAVRE DE GRACE WINNERS.
FIRST RACE Three-year-olds and
upward: selling; five furlongs Double
Five. 1US (WolD, " to 1. 5 to 2 snd even,
won; Moncrlef, l '.' (Madcria), 30 to 1, 10
to 1 and 4 to 1. second; ltlack Chief, lib
(Musgrave), t to I, 4 to 8 and 7 to It.
third. Time, 1.0!. Magaxlne. Cowl.
Progressive. Big Dipper and Ralph
Lljyd also ran.
SCOtCD RA IK For mgld two-year-olds;
four fi rlongs Trumps, 104
(Troxler), 1 to 4, out and ou:, first;
Mater, 10K (liutw "' 4 to 1. 2 to h and
out. second; Galea, 10S (Wilson). 30 to L
4 to 1 and out. thlrj. T'mv, .aOH-D.
Ma.lg.-'s Water aim ran.
THIRD RACE Three-year-olds and
upward; sel'ling; six furlongs. Royal
Meteor. 117 (Musgrnvel. 8 to B, 9 to 20 1
and out. won; Font, 120 (Tehan), to j
1?, 1 to 4 and out, second; Charry Sebd,
11.1 (Wolfe), 9 to 1, 9 to 8 and out, third.
Time, 1.14. Marrlgallan, Auto Maid and
Maverhal also run.
FOl'RTH RACE The Harford Handi
cap; 11.800 added; for three-year-olds and
up; five and a half furlongs. Spring
Hoard, 8 ( Woifep, in to 1, 4 to 1 and 4 to
first; Sir Hla Is . M (Rohhlns), 8 to 1,
to 8 and 1 to '.', second: Csugh Hill, 11U
d'iokett), 4tt to 1, II to I ami 4 to 8, third.
Time 1.07. Adams Express, (irover
Hughes, Marjorle A, and atpohn alao ran
FIFTH RACE Two-year-olda; sell
ing; four rurlongs. onny Boy, nu
(Hklrvlni, to 6, I to 10 and 1 to 2, won.
Miss Waters, 94 (Hnydcri, II to 1, 8 to 1
and 6 to 8, second; The Idol, 111 (But-
well), 8 to 1. 2 to 1 and 7 to 10, third.
Time, 0.80 1-8. Trade Mark, ( haa. Can
nU and Carbureter alao ran.
HAVRE DE GRACE ENTRIES.
HAVRE fE UltACK BACK TIIACK, Md.,
April Is. Tba ruins, tur to niumm'a race, art
i-iw-.i axIB afbass east mm aud iijmerd;
gelling: rive furlong.. ('initial Dance, 00; Hoes-
reat 0T- Tlrr Jim. Itw; rnnny. u'l : niscm,
100- uil of Ungilae, U Aawrt ua, f ber
ilcanet. Ill I lra Ons"H. I"'-
SKO'ND RACK Tbie-year-olila and unaanl;
hambcaii; fire Iull.inl. ltol.iig HtMM, Wfj Al
tsasiaa. ut; Aasrrl, loo; Oaagli SHI, mil; Kri
Uw, lir.'; Uroier Uughra, III); l.tsbt ' Ml Ufa,
'J' II I HI RACK Thrrc -rar-jlda and u.iward;
linuillra;'. fir furluui.. StfewlB, l. Arvilia,
1UO; Filing Veiisea. 110; yl)lus Kaln, 100;
Dmilile r't. 10B: l"tora.la, MS,
KtintTIl RACK WilJiiugiun thrae-yrar-oldi;
for anil a bait lurlunj.. -I'an. (Juaen, 4g
M iiitrrs r, 1US, UnMimiur, 106: Obasklas, IDS;
PalanqUta, 111: yraderuk Ui US) RrMg Falrj ,
KIFDl HACK Tarae-ytar-olit. and uiiwarl;
tell Iff i au mils and BtfSStl yarla. - liana Creak,
112- Fml MulMlaiid. 121; '.Stain, tog; I'liaat,
100: "Man Ann K.. Ml rletback, 110.
HIXTI1 RACK Tso-irar old.; cunilitiuaa; fou;
rnrtmii.. .VnuniiKnl, lull; Hubert UUrsr, 1114;
I'm W Jtmtulr, KM); Kurar Bey. 100; (laincr '
AiiiTntice alloarsace at flva ponnda clainmi.
by a cup of tsa at four
o'clock. Try It yourself
Bold la airtight tins onlj
16,000 WILL MARCH
ALONG FIFTH AVENUE
IN CITY DAY PARADE
All Are Employees of the City
and Will Be Reviewed by
.fM. I Gaynor.
More than IMS) uniformed city employees-Including
policemen and fire
men will participate In the City Day
parade on May 17th. The heads of
city departments met to-day as a parade
committee In the Mayor's office and
planned the more Important details.
Street Cleaning Commissioner Ed
wards reported that his department
would have 4.M00 men and officers In
line and Police Commissioner Waldo
said he had arranged to send -. men
out to parade. Fir Commissioner
Johnaan will be able to spate l.joo men
from hi department. Other depaitmcnt
representations Isatludlng Tenement
House. Corrections, iharltlos. Water,
Use and Electricity and borough aquada
will send 4.000.
The department heada will all be
mounted and psaa In review before the
Mayor and other officials snd guests on
the reviewing stand to be built at the
public library. Th parade will start I
from th Washington ar h snd proceed
north through Fifth svenue to Klghty-1
sixth street. Kdwarda and Johnson will
act oa marshals.
At night the city department heads
sttend a banquet at the Waldorf-Astorls.
The Mayor will preside. There are SV
0U0 city employes so that practically
ntn -fourth of that army will be rep
resented In the parade.
SUES TO DIVORCE
(Continued from First Pagu.)
manent alimony. If Is understood that
an amlcr!le umlerstaiiillng has been
reached regarding What allowance she
la Is receive.
The Connecticut suit la the latest of
several actions brought by Mrs. Van
Volkenburgh ugalnst her nushnn l. Re
garding these suits Mrs. Van Vniken
"1 begsn by suing for n divorce in the
State of Connecticut .-.n the sround of
cruelty and non-support and other
rhnrges but hs Med nn 1 roamed tbrouith
Europe avoiding service. I then xuod
for a separation but wlf-.drew the ai;l
because ha promised m.itiy thliixa.
Again he .led. Then I sued hlrr. for
aome papera which h proJuc.! Mv
action for lluo.uu) (or maintenance and
support for two years was settled out
A aummons In an action for a divorce
bf if by Van Voikenhurgh against
his wife was filed In the New York
County Supreme Court on March 14.
last. The lawyer who appeared for the
husband In that action was Samuel If,
V.'amlell. Mr. Van Voikenhurgh de
nied hclng served and nothing more
was heard of that attlt. The summons
was filed on the eve of the trial of the
Warn Van Volkenhur-h demanded to
HAVE YOU TRIED IT T
mi JTs RaTsTATs: anal A NflWir lllr
Are Lifted from th. Commonplace an
Mad Taaty When Eaten with
aid by Delicate. n and Orocery N tores.
penny a pound profivI
Why be cheated of the flavor la the eweets you buy? Why allow yourself la
be deprived' of (he freslmee ol the confections yu pay for? And yet this Is Just
nhst you submit to whea you purebaae department sture and drm sluip candle.
In order to maintain the harsaln iirtiee In the oor case. Ihrj scour llie maau
faelurera for rouleetlona they ijiii sell iinderprlve, and tln-y eenseuurallv set oaly
(hose whleli are luirr or. And la the other rase, ynu know only tee well tb
peculiar drus atore odor, kill te large ex cut th,. rhivnr ton likr. When yaa
waat real purnr ruHiirun.. in...
41 KT I.OI I
Special lor Friday, April 18.
AgHORTm It'R TRRAM TARAMKIA
They have tbe dellrleusasss
that Is hard te matrn. a
rot .vi box
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
COVKRKII M t Rftll . VI A I.- I
raanlar liltr sa sv
ar.de to be had lo-dav a. a IMC
OFFERINGS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MILK rHOCOUtTB rOVRREII FRKHII
I'INBAFrLB- They attain a new blab
mark let eaadr dslli'lous- QA-
Farb Bow. C'orllandt and 13,tth Hlreet
All er eterea opea sstturdsr evenlm until 1 1 o'eluek, 'eloa.
M BARCLAY STREET
Cot. Wast Broadway
SO CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Church atnti
" Park Rw ft Nassau Street
At City Hall Park
400 BROOME STREET. Corner Cantra.
know for what V i. Van Volkaaburgh
h-i ertiendod t0O.0Q In two year hei
lhd Ufa '-lowing Items:
Three trips to Europe, 112.000; epart
menta at the St. Rati! rtJ'
ooo. motors and chauffeur, lio.ma); elath
Ing. I2,ISX; eniertSiiimrnt and restau
rant bills, llO.isjv; physicians and mas
seurs, . :', woman companion, H.000;
dentlsi, 11.200; and mlscel.aneo.is insur
ance on Jewelry, 11,. MS
Mrs. Van Volkenb irg la at ths Hotel
Vanderbilt.. Her huab.uid lives at a
Fifth avenue club.
Wilson Heads y Senate.
WASIIINUTON, April IS. - President
Wllsor has accepted the Honorary
Presidency of ttie Boy Suuuta of Amer
ica He expre-d interest n ths work
and promised hla active aupport.
ILL FOR EIGHT
M.tnv f llhor Vl.vl!.- il Damadisc
. -oi- i i'H '(IV ill IWNIVUIW
H.IlI R.vn Trifvl Withnnr
Beneficial Result. .J
ANNA BURNS WELL AGAIN
T.ona Vila Readily Removed
All of Her Symptoms of
Many of tlie rases of nervous debility
I lint Tnnn Vita is treating wild such
success arc of many years' standing and
nrc cases tliat have proven stubborn to
nil other treatments. Such aaa is
that oj Anna V. Hum. of H7 Dean St.
liriMklyn, who stated:
"After taking one bottle of Tona
da I can truthfully say that it is taw
only formula tfiat lias given me relief
from th nervous beadacliea from which
I have been .offering for th past eight
years, never lieing able to get auy re
lief in any form whatsoever. Tona
Vita lias also relieved mc in many other
nays from troubles 1 had suffered from
for 11 lone time. I certninly ran aad
will recommend Tona Vite to aB my
This lady bad been suffering from
nervous debility for eight years, and her
condition had been allowed to grow
worse all the time, but such is the power
of Tona Vita that it almost brought
immediate relief from all her sufferings.
Nervous debility lias so many dif
ferent forms of .symptoms that it is
more often than not mistaken for aome
organic ailment. Hut while there are
so many varied symptoms it is only
necessary for one of theae to exist fc
nervous debility to be indicated.
A few of the many symptoms that
Tona Vita lias relieved arc: sens of
fiilliyrsa after eating: kidney trouble;
sciatica; failing energy and ambition;
tiring very easily; broken and rcstlasr
sleep, or a general run-dowu condition.
Tuna Vita can be obtained at any of
the first class drug atones in New York
Health Hint for Women
Tvree'a A n t 1 aeptle
1'owiier t-nnlalne BO
poisons. Hatter than
nolaollous tnhista er
lliiulda. Tha Ideal haua
hold ci-rnil .Ide or
J .,' and S I oil All drug
llo'kln and Ramil free.
j, a), THKK. Chemist. Washlnatna. I). C.
At (.1H. On Thursday. April IT. Itlt.
PBTSR J. AI.UIK. son of the late Feter
and Marls Aisle, aged 40 yrnra. f
Funeral from the residence of Me
brother, Robert J, Aigle. 21 7 Broad
war, near 7 7th at., on Sunday. April 30,
at 1 P. M,
HELP WANTED MALI.
BllVS I) a day 10 h.
Auoti Room SU, 111:
to hand out post.
sjoLIClTOit to a!! o local drrcinisketa,
ItKiin 688, 1831 Itroadway.
Mo Batra Ckaesje for l(.
Advertiaeinenia for The World msy be lafl
"y ' "' oKf.
lo the city until P. M.
I t rade Mark. I
...asiiifuiH nit or aim SI nuoliuuni ei
Special lor Satur 'ay, Arrll if.
llfU III ATB II V K It
t'KKOI.K IMI'l'lltMIMM All th
sloniHi h Miotlihi.' on llltlea af
form '" ' ' ' ' " 1
I'll! Ml ItOX
Our reaid.tr -:l ki.m' si. ' "jaVCSarb
i"tt mi BOX
.I'r.at. BOXBOXg AMI llinim it.
ai i. i ii.. in. tri s a-.""::.:.r
ttrrs, of ittiwt. in
1. . '- . .... M .Ml
nrla.elr delnrd Itot
Pol mi mix
Cor. Fultuo St
147 NASSAU STREET
net. BeeUouii cv Spruce Sta
266 W. 12EU. STREET
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