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JVW Gfl4.fT DISCLOSURES BY WALSH ON
Clark examined Mm. Attorn WU
man aaked that otker wltneee ba -rinded
from tka court and JuaUj; Baa
b iry n ordered.
Walah lookad carleusly at tka man ka
waa to try to eend to Jail, bat tka four
former Inspectors avoided hla glance,
Walah gave hla name and east ha had
baa a oaptajn seven year, to at Vw
voir that a had to ba admonlahed
to ralaa It. ami tka prisoner began la
watch Mm closely Hla esenetxea
q CM,i jrou know a patrolman tiamad
Bugene " rT Y-
Q. Dtd rou nave any daaHnga
tka orAlnanr with fclmT A. I did.
g And what war tkaaat A. Ma wssst
ta aarsral places and ceUexKad money.
(J. Wken did tkat fceglnt A. Bom
dm in UsT.
Q. How many placee wer tbereT A.
I daa'l raaall Mat bow. Tka anvmnt
averaged about tto a month t be dl
vi&ad batwaen tka tnaere and or
taw. 4 Wbm dBd wo do wMh tnta monayT
A. I kept kalf far mraalf and gas half
ta tka liiaairtirr. taking eat fox's share
O, Waa tkara a Uat of thaa Mac
A. Tkara waa. Fes weald atrtk off tba
paid and give ma tka
f pteeea warn
? A Before Ilia front
Thaa from a dlaordarly
Q, War tkara aay betelaT a. Tea.
tka Baltic. Thar what I maan by tha
period tram 111 to lilt
ad tkaea fear defendante la
ta tka "lath Inapeetioa iia-
ta ITtk at JW. ",
kBa It, lilt.
rati knew tkla kotsiT
O. tad roa inspect ItT A. Tea.
CJk DM you know who tha proprietor
wa to nd 1MI T A. Taa.
O, Wfce waa ItT A. George A. Blpp
dh DM yea knaw tka new proprietory
A. I knew who ka waa. Tka change
earn la October. 11.
O, Did the paymanta -ont1nue after
the chance of ownership? A. Tea.
Q. Stow maah waa tas eeUeattea
tram tkla ptaea to tava-S-W aad
mil aV miatk tea at-
to wee to Ba
rn, of tkat UN,
to. Feat A. SB.
'INCY'S MIN "MADE A
CAM" AOAINST THI BALTIC
VI. Ware akarsaa mada aatoaat dlaor
darly proprtatora ta year dletrlot under
your jurladlctloaT A. They were for a
ions while, bat afterward war turned
over by ma In WU to the laeaeeter. I
had no plain olothea men thaa.
Q. Were oompUlat reeelred acatnat
the Baltic? A. They were.
4 Do you know whether proeeeuttona
ware baaan. A. I believe lnapector
dwaeaay'B men made on arrest thea.
Tkara had keen eom befar tkat
Walah aaM ha aaw all four Inapeoaora
' i Polio HaadqaarUra on Dee. It laat.
'There waa an Inquiry into Oeorte
A. Mpp's abatement before tka Alder
maatc eemmlttaa." aald Walsh.
Q. DM yea aaa Corneal enYanw WaMeT
A. Tea. ,
Q. Waa anyaklnt aaM In rayard ba
alapT (Thare ware oalecoona from
Maaar. Stonaknald and Wallmaa. Final
lv Walah waa allowed to answer). A.
r . -a was.
W. A'kat was aaM? A. Tha Oeramla-
aoouaad me of aolng on tha aama
to the Souah with Slae, but
t toM Mm I waa aet with topp and
has mlad that I had
f Wkom else dM you aaa tka Mat
aawf A. I aaw Fox and Mrs. M
A Were yea caked before Mr.
gala? A. Ta. aoeut I
DM yen aee lawyar thea? A. Tat.
I aaw Jesab Bouse la the mars lag.
4 FintBtttd Drutint ay addtag nasger
jggLMLrtn''fTn r r TmT:
Sstard. aadPamrs. ADSlrs.
Women Who. Take
this universally popular homo
remedy at times, whan there
is need-are spared many hours
of unnecessary suffering
llMII that had
i'wawaaa tka tagtttt with
wbeaa yaw dealt ataes laWTtA.
a Vimm what ealaa
l MUSTARD V 1
Wnr MADT TO USfJfp
mSL aaTCAT 4 SANDWICHES
1 saktt math Heels I
Q. Was wa awMt
raw ka ma sad rait, "la
Bwesasy aaM ma ta taU
raw ta taU Fob ba aay tkla."
Q. Old you snbeerruenUy aaa Fob? A
Tea, th next day.
POX TOLD WALSH
00T HIS COUNSEL.
0 Td you talk about Pox's uttnruay?
A. Oh. yea.
Q What wa It? A. I BRkr.l him'
Who hi lawyer waa, n.l )i esld he
waa Inclined to take. It .u- I eald:
llara you made arrangement?" He
said: "It i all right '' I aald: "Tou
ought to Mnd eiit who I doing thta
and how much It will cost and hew
much you'll hare to pay." lie aald ha
wauld and tka natt day ha told me It
waa lnapector gweeney. I eent for
weenar that night and ha aald he'd
dlaabuae Ko a mind of that
Walah aald Hweeney came to ee htm
taw or three times a weak up to the tlata
ha oonfeaaed to Mr. Whitman.
Q. Before Fos wna arrested did yen
talk with g)weny. A Tea.
Q. What waa said? A. Ws talked of
tka ease of atop.
Q. Wkaa did yea awe Bwaanay after
roa'e arrest? A. On Chrtstma Day.
Pes was anwated Dae. M.
, What was saMf A. It waa in twat
that w should try and got a hondsrasn
for Pox, and Hweeney aejd he'd do all
b, could and I aald I'd da Ukewlee.
Q. DM yea da anything that aasaa
day A. t aaat a maa to Toes Lloyd
aad asked Mm to aae what ks semis i
do about kalL
POX THOUGHT $2,000 WOULD
"GET RIO OP SIPP."
Q. Waa Pox released that day? A.
Q. DM you bare a eoaveraettpn with
Pet next day? A. Taa
Q. Do you remember ItT A. On Dec.
M Pox came to mo and aald we could gel
rM of Hipp If we could get a little money
together. I aaked how mu-h thy want-
ad. He raid tt.OOO, and I asw I couldn't
gei aaat aald It waa the only way
to keep hivp quiet and he thought It
wouM be lo the advantage of all of ua.
I told him to come back the nest day
and I would aee what I could do, I akw
Hweeney that night Jid told him what
Pot had aald and be aald ha would ae
what ha could do. I aaw Pox tne next
morning and asked him If he had heard
anything mora He sold the lawyer
war j pestering him, hollering ' Murder
watch," and wa wouM have to got the
money pretty eoen or it would be tap
I saw Bwaanay on Friday night and
asked him what he was doing. He said
ha waa trying hla beat to rata the
money and I aald I waa working hard,
aad if all tha real of them would do as
wall it would he all right.
"WC'LL PAIS! IT," HE SWEARS
? A. I met aato at my kouee
I aald t "ton ysa gat tkatr
tka mousy. Be aaldi
Them be all right. Taa taU Pes
to keep kto hands ear. Want rales
tka meaey, aad taa emeuat will be
Q. Did you aaa Bwaanay again?
Tea. Sunday night Ha aald: "I'll
hava that money la the morning. I'll
It ovsr to you by Johnny liartl
gen." He aald he'd send not and I
could add llio to It
Q. Teat aaat waa Bitot
A. Tea. air, I wa to add It I
lamamtBB aleo ks aaM ha had last
toft Bnsssy at Forty.
weuM aead It all ever ta tks 1
y. Did you see Hsrtlgsn nsat morn
Ing? A. Tea; at my houaa
Q. And what occurred? A. Hartlgan
a In wlh an envelope and handed
It to me and saM: "Tha lnapector sent
that over." I opened the envelope and
found eight tits) MUa.
Q. And thaa you aay you epoke to
your wtf.T a. I did. I asked her to
get me another 1150. I put It with the
tw and gave M to Hartlgan
Q. DM you aay anything to Hartlgan
about what to do? A I told Hartlgan
to glvs the envelope to Pox; to go t
PeHos Headquartar Brat and If Fog
not there he'd surely ba at tha
Criminal Oaurt Building.
Q. Did you aee Hartlgan again T A
Taa; ha earn t my house and aaM ha
had delivered the money ta Pox'a
brother aad Faa was out.
Q. DM you hava aay talk with
Bwsensy on Dae. . to, ths day Fob got
out? A. Either that night er Tuesday,
Q. Do you remember any talk about
that time relating ta Slpp? A. Tee, after
my wife had read an article from the
SWEENEV DIDN'T THINK THEY'D
"QO SO PAR."
Q. What waa aald? A. 1 aald to him,
"I aa you r going out and making
mora trouble." "What de you meant"
aald he "Those affidavits Tha preas
aay you got them," I answered. "I'm
not responsible for what tha pres aye,"
k aald. aad I aald. "Oh. all right I'll
drop tha matter then. We'ra In trouble
enough now. " A day or two later h
earn in agala and I aald, "I thought
ye toM ma you hadn't got those afB
devttaT" and he eald, "I Altai think
they'd go aa far aa they hare. I waa
In Behmlttbergar' office and ha aaked
ma wkat I was doing shout thst caaa
up at Harlem and I aald, "I've got a
couple of old affldavlta against twu
girl Slpp la Interacted In." and ha
aald, "That'a Just what he want." I
want bask to my office and got a phone
Need tha purifying (Heels of
aaraaperUla NOW. Oat It today.
Wa Batsa Okarwe taw It,
.rfegfT CP Jkrr? mag
aad thaa tka
aay ta tka
J You remember when For if"
rested on Jan. IK. tht ttatswl llm? IM
you hava any atari raatlon with reenj
after thnt? A. Yr. I lied a talk on Jan.
w,ul ,or rwm "w r"
wntisri no TAKfii nrfl ot. jm neat imirn-
Ing I got PJOO and gave It to Billy Moore
to give to Tom l.loyil to een Uiut a
Inxll bond. Then Hweeney BSBt nnd nsbl
everything would he all right. I asked
when would Fnx set gat and he said
"pr oh ably Monday." 1 aald. "That'll be
toe lata. There'll be eom loud yelling
before that time We've got to get htm
out now." Sweeney eM hs'd try to do
It and that afternoon I gel my Met bill
back and learned that Fnx waa out.
Walah reeumed his testimony after
rera by earing ha had seen Fox twice
after the petrehnen's relonet en hall.
Mr. Clark continued his examination :
Q. What waa the conversation? a
I aaM I wa more worried at this tamo
than at any other and ha aaldi "Wall,
I'm wondering what'a to become of mo.
They'll convict me sura, and after I
go away what's going to kaatmi of my
family? Where do I sat off?"
I toM ham he sagkt he see ate sawyer
ta knee a rasa of stS,Btt
hM get km.
es. e of my aad
sf taj" I
"aad yea sagkt
Mini knee any
Mat AV S aaked ham about the gl 0,000
1 ap aad tas dig
Q. Did ou eaa Bweeasy? A. Taa: I
told him It was only fair thst Fox
should he taken car of If he waa eon
vlcted. x told him It waa the only way
lo aavs ourselves end we agreed to
ralaa tin.ono. rfa told m be couM raise
U.0C1, and the whole amount wouM be
tlMte. Thla waa afterward changed to
Q Was Anything aald about how tha
r wntr wa to be raised? A. Hs said It
ws to (at reload by ths four Inspector
J DM you pay anything In accord
with thin arrangement? A Yee; I
Q. To whom? A. Ta frweeney.
Q, Whan did you do It? a. On the
night of the Friday before Fog pleaded
SAYS MRS. WALSH HANDED $100
OP SUM TO SWEENEY.
Q. Did you hava any talk with
Sweeney? A. Tea. Hweeney wanted
ton. 1 had only SHt In tha heuee and
my wife was at churoh. Bha cam hack
about o'clock, and I aald: "Nellie, the
lnapector want another Hot." Ha
Bitting at the foot of my bed and a aha
handed him tha tin and left the room.
he aald: 'That' tha worst of having
these damned women about." I aald
'That'a only my wife, lnapector, and you
have no reason to be afraid of her "
q. Did you 8wney after th fol
lowing Monday. b Fag pleaded
guilty. A.' Tap, on die tela hlght He
sams ever and put hla head on my
forehead and aald: "Keep a etlff upper
Up. old man. You will k all right
WaJih didn't asa Bweeney again he-
fore tending for DItrloUAttorny
Whitman, who vlalted him at bit 110:110
on th following Wednesday.
I wanted to get th matter off my
mind." aald Walsh. "I waa very 111
Mr. Clark rvrtd at thli petnt to
Watah'e earlier testimony as to his
career s a Captain In tha Beat One
Hundred and Twenty-sixth atreet ta
Hon. Walah recited the name In the
chronological order of their acrvlae m
Harlem of Thumpaon, llutsey, kturtha
and Bweeney aa the lnapector und-r
whom ha ssrved.
In aniwer to furtl-er question Walah
Wliil Thompson, lluaeay and Mur
tha Were In charge tttev received HI pe
cent, and Pox SO Bweeney had no man
of hla own then, ao Pox got 11 psr cent
and tha reat was divided between ua."
Watt raised laugh whan ha eald
he hadn't understood that Bweeney had
been collecting Independently In hla dla-
trict, but added: "I understand
Justice Saabury atoppad Mm, and Mr
Clark turned him over to Mr. Wellman
for croaa-axamlnatton. He had been on
tne atano exactly two hours.
BEGAN TO COLLECT AS SOON
AS HE 00T PRECINCT.
Mr. Wallman'B Brat quaationa brought
out that Walah had been three Umax
before tha Qrand Jury. Ths croaa-ex
q. How long had you been a Cap
tain whan you went to Kast On Hun
died and Twenty-sixth street? A. About
J. And you began to colleot right
away? A. I guaaa that'a right
q. Tou found Bugtine Pot an honest
policeman? A. Aa far as 1 know.
q. And you eent him out aa your col
laotor?t. Yea air, I did.
q. And how lung did you keep thla
one-time honeat young policeman col
lecting for you? A. About five yari
perhap a little more.
q. And did you offer rome of your
collection o these varlou Inspector T
A. They were Informed of what I was
doing and tokl ina to continue.
Mr. Wellman taxed Walah with liav.
lug unified rt'ttif al the Invents!. M
at Pollrt Hadiuurlr 011 liac. It
q. Deputy Commissioner Dougherty
asked you If you ever paid money to
any one but Pox. and did you eay
"No?" A. I don't rematnber the ques
tion. Q. It the eterwgrupher m reoord. If
you aald It, If not true? A. No, sir
If I aaM It then It was nol true.
q. I call your attention lo onr mm-.-
You "never had any rcam to auapo t
any other number of t ie fouce," an 1
did you reply- "I terlalnly had nut?"
A It I aakl iliei. then 1 toM 041 un
truth. "AiM didn't you toll the tru:h"' shout
ed Mr. W oilman, pointing an aci-oBlug
message fmm Dougherty
adMaatta fsead tkatr
fund aad ks said a ass waa
take tke raaviei
tintaia, miflat tkat feus fnapn
tot, was getag ta take M They
greed, I nfbsraasd intra ad from
Anger at Walah "Weren't you telling
the truth then, end not now?'
Waiah wiulrmad, but declared he waa
now taatlfylng truly.
Q. You ware Intimate with Blpp? A.
I waa aet. I apoke to kka about four
times in aw IMa
0 Ttai WBBI BB MB gmM ttaattat M
laaatoMvlllt with htm of. dMn't yu?
You hail a'liolnins roome, didn't you?
IMdn't yog nriAnse that wil t him? A.
No. sir. My wife did It. thg nnd Mr
Hlim were filends. '
SIPP AND WIPE HIS OUBSTS AT
BJ And vou had Slfp al your onuntry
home, didn't you? He and Mis. Hipp
stayed over night there, didn't they?
A. Yes. I believe en. Mv wife and Mrs
Hipp were frtend and nre o vt to far
as I ft nun-.
Bar. Wallmaa entangled Walah ta
aeh a snarl that at last tka wiv
es adsxattad tkat aa had kawa
trytag to taw kit swa kto wkaa
ks afiaaed a
nay aad tkat
aeve himself saly by
msa klgksr up."
q. Hnvs you had a promlee of Im
munity? A. I hava had a sort of a
promise If I taU the truth, the whole
truth and nothing but tha truth, I'll
q. Tou feel as though you war mak
ing yourself safer by putting thla up
to Hweeney, Huaway, Thompson and
Mr. Whitman for second time came
1 lo the badgered man's aid with an ok
q. You testified before the Orsnd Jury,
didn't you, and tiad Hartlgan Indicted?
q. DM you ever discus nhe Pox etas
with other Inspector except Bweeney?
q. Dhln't Hweeney eay when you
eked him to help get 8rpp away, "I
don't like that kind of bualnaaa," end
didn't you in
prewt htm? A. Ye; Hweeney
q. On Sunday, Dec. , you ay
hveeney cam to your house twice.
When? A. In the afternoon and after
10 o'clock must.
q. You mean lie came from mesa to
you and aald he had th money to send
Blpp away? A. Yee.
IX-INSPECTORS TAKEN HAND
CUPPED TO APPELLATE COURT.
Handcuffed together In pair tha
four former Inspector ware taken
from the Tomba prison to tba Appellate
Dlvlalon of th Buprame Court before
th trial waa resumed far a hearing
under habeas corpus proceedings 1
their protest against being looked In
cell In th Tomb during their trial.
Chained together aa before, tha four
police official war put back Into tha
taxlcabd I which they want to Madi
son Square and taken beck to the Crim
inal Courts Building for tha resump
tion af their trial.
Capt. Hweeney acted as sposiniBii far
tha four demoted aad suspended In
spectors In protesting to Ward Fallan
jf th Tombs when It waa announced
that they would bo handcuffed when
taken on the atreet lo the Appellate
Court He was toM tkat tke ml of the
sheriff' office area 1 avertable H asked
If h might not try Is get tha rule
changed by aa appeal to Police Mead
Tsii Swssnay, waa th ratty from
Headquarters, "that th Folic Depart
mem haa nothing to do with the trans
fer of prisoner fret place lo pipe
after they have been put In the outtody
of th Sheriff."
Hweensy gad Murtha threw their over-
ooata over their arms, covering their
wrlata. before going out to the taxicah
Huaaey and Thompson merely pulled
down their sleeve. These two war
not relieved of the handcuff, on :he r
arrival at the Appellate Dlvlalon court-
house until they were actually In the
presence of Justice Ingrahaxn, Mc
laughlin, Clarke and Boott. The other
two were unfastened In their eab. They
wra seated at the front of the court
room, with deputy aherlffa by their
'WERE," NOT "ARE," ON SAIL,
IS COURT'S COMMENT.
District-Attorney Whitman and his
deputy, Mr. Johnstone, appeared for th
State. Oeorg Gordon Battle. Herbert
C. Smyth and Alfred J. Tally rprt
aented th petitioners.
These prlaonsra are now on ball.
began Mr. Smyth, "under section Itl of
th Criminal Code."
"You mean," eald.Justic Ingraham,
"they were under ball."
Mr Smyth, obviously disturbed by the
attitude of th court went oa lo argue
that thare was no question of the suffia-
WUN Rot Caffa,0r, SScb Pbsb.
Strtclal tor Wedietday
e4ae. MHV SO VV
Suggestion tor WVednesday
aaiturVn ('HltWINfi hihhkm v.,u
DCkitiv t DAiitin DBtncmr diiic Diorn Dtvcr
1 a ibis 1 is s vsjiiar itvrii luj nnvaiai s wji
f uar raadla Mill ba del'.-
Klt-mlle .... bv fama TBS
sddles lb aeuuuala vuaeslt aa
stale, aaieiae nu-wiiie limit an applteatle. rlai aa e urreavr uh
Park Mew. Carllaadt and I Beta Sifet stores ea everv evrnins aatU 11 a'eleek.
All Mir .lore. oijeafnjcdrevMholU 1 1 o'rlaek.
At City Hall Park
lenry of the bonds to hold the-prisoner. '
and that tba Criminal -! in mny d'.f-1
ferent sections prnvideri that a person 1
charged with a misdemeanor need not !
h present for ralgnrm n t on an Indict-
ment during the selection of a lunr, dur-:
ing the trial, during tka charge of the'
presiding inaglalrate lo th Jury or at
tlie moment of th rendering of a rer-
Justlr Ingraham said "It ts a ttt
tsr for th dlacrstlnn of the court. It Is I
not prerogative ef the prlnoner on
"Ths trial Justlc merely revoked th
haU konds," ald Justice Scott. 'That '
La entirely proper." i
"Bow, suppose," eald Mr. Smyth,
"that a man under Indictment for mis
demanor did not appear for his trial,
While Mr. Bmyth was MM trying to
change the opinion of the luetlcee they
eonaultad and reached their decision,
saying they had no need to hear from
tka Dlatrtct Attorney. The four ponce
man, whoa facet had been growing
longer aa they saw th direction the
proceeding was taking, slumped I their
ahalra wkaa Ikey heard Juetlce In
graham's final word.
Th two toaicah In which the men
had bean brought uptown had been
taken to tha Madison avenue aide of
tha building and a big crowd, attracted
by photograph!, was gathered al
Tweaty-flfiu atreet and Madlion avenue.
Thar ware many catca,ls a the man
acled policemen ran tho gauntlet One
man shouted In Bweeney' ear:
'1 hope yau gat a hundred year."
Th aged officer winced visibly and al
most dragged the massive Murtha into
Aa Thompaen and Honey emerged
there ware mere calls and one other
"Goodbye, Thompson' Th chair tea
good for you."
TO LOSE 8ALARIES BY
ORDER OF THE COURT
Comptroller Prendergast ess en
joined to-day from paying further sal-
art to Police Captain John V Tap-
pin, Lieut Thomaa P. Foody and Pa
trolmen Oeorg F. Prey, Juno Walah
d Joseph B. Brady, all of whom
ware dismissed from the police force
by former Oommlsalonar Qrontty for
conduct unbecoming officer nnd rein
stated by the present Commissioner,
Rhlnelaadar Waldo. Tha Injunction
was Issued by Htprm Court Justice
In elf est Justice BIJur determined
that where a policeman la dlemUsed
for conduct u net coming an officer euch
officer la not entitled to relief or pro
tection In an action brought by a tax
payer to test the legality of the offl
the whole world euuala
no- New Booflaaa
Plata for dur
Uauty. It la
tion of mod
skill that fill
a long felt
iitoaa urm and lnshre
rfect conifurt. Uettr In evry
way than the ordinary cum
bersome plate with e roof.
It. POX'S DENTAL PARLORS
S2 SIXTH AVE., J-Snr-
WaUk foe Mi Tnotk Talk.
la simply dolloloua.
BI'RKR. On April 211. ItnaB nt'RKE
beJnvsd dausht.r of th 1st Uartholo
m.w and Sarah burk and slstsr o
Funeral Friday. Mv 3. from hr
lai residence. It Perrv t. at 10 A.
VI.. thenee fn at. Jessph's Chjreh.
LOST, fOUND AND RKWAJIDS.
LQBT Ura.alt, la kounwa. N. J., or It h. A
W. ttsln. UHM rsssrd. J liunn, 7T Sti
neiir vv.. Na.srk, N J.
WOHI.II W1HTI WORK WtlNUKKB.
Spedal (or Thorsay
(Trade. Mark. 1
a t if 111 i-t tbu mm it TABt.srra Fruit
Havers la rr ratal rorm 1 10c
Siggetlloo lor Tborsday
(tl.At'k BAHAMA PIN fcAMMJCTk.
( t-lb. bos... .ON
I S Ik. kes . . . .11
1 8-lb. bus . . .14
I s-lk. Hos.. .IT -ib. has.
17 NABSAU tl
OBJ W. lawMk tTttll
cer's reinstatement. The proper w-y
to teat the eot of the Commlaeloner '
who dlamlaned the officer le by mean
of a certlorerl. the Court eald.
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ft lfl I A PnClUn I dUBVVAT.
Application for Permit le Ceaatrarl
Application to conatnict n great fieljht
ubwy 1ong Kudaon elrrct and Kiev-
enth avenue to ronne t the two Hudson
lllver ttirmei with ell of the trunk rail-."1
road line was made to the Hoerd M
Rstimalc this afternoon. A rone. call,
ine itself the Hudson 0.1.10 T.,min.i I
Company, with an announced capital of
WOn.nun.uuo, made the application. At the .
address given aa the headqusrte! a of the
company. No. C! William atreet, It waa
stated that J. Rdward rtoger. promoter
of the concern, occasionally called there
for mall. Clarence Oerreteon, a laiapir
at No. 1?0 Broadway, la registered as
president of ths company. Mr. Oerreteon
esld that he had heard of the concern
In a vague way, and thr.t h had alio
heard that he had been eleBjed. president
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7 HE entire Raincoat ttock of factory haa been placed in thin store for immediate
disposal. Some of the coat nave been slightly damaged by smoke, but
the odor is guaranteed to disappear at soon as the coat comes in contact
with tha fresh air. These goods positively cannot be obtained at any other store
in this city. We do not want to depreciate the value of our regular stock by mix
ing it up with this factory assortment. As it is also imperative to ascertain the
actual loss, which the Insurance Companies have to cover, the entire output of the
burned factor u has been
our Goodyear Store, Ph.ladelphia.
Half Wholesale Cost!
500 Men' 8 & Women's Raincoats,
nign aS ysSU.UU MiM Bnd 9IH,tted; Sale Vrice
mjxwyo AiAt-t r iisvt r
Of the best quality, in tan and
shudes; hixrs from 4 to U years; m rm E every shudt' imaginable; values as r. r
retail value $6.00. Sale price. ... J. oti. high as $18.00. Sale pritje tlltf
998 Men's and
coats. Values as high as $12.50
Tan. olive nnd uniy shades;
612 Men's & Women's Tweed Raincoats.
Double textures, plaid lined, full
790 Women's Poplin and Mohair Rain
coats; Values as high as $15.00
Fine French Poplins and Silk Mohairs; loose
models; all 1013 models; in black. A QT
blue, gray, tan and olive shades; sMJ
896 Men's & Women's English Gabardines
Value as high as 35.00
All new models; made of fine English twill fabrics of
cmvenette cloths: wear rain or shine. Sale price..
No goods gent C. 6. D. or charged during this tale. We request our customers to take ail
purchases home with them to save time and confusion.
Mail Orders Filled, Accompanied by Money Order or Check Sale Sow On.
T SW tr dSJdsj w waw aw SW 2 1OOra tram Otn AVO.
FALLS GETTING OFF CAR.
Folic 1. Untenant Joseph J. Dew
Hag Ssrleasly Hart.
folic Lieutensnt Joseph .1. Dowltng,
in charge of th Central Office equad
attached to the Leonard street station
was erlou1y Injured this afternoon by
falling from an Klghth avenue car at
Leonard atreet. II had been to his
home. No. M W,t Twenty-aecond
strot. for luncheon. Coming back
downtown on en open car, he attempted
"W at Irfonaril street liefore the
5 ''"m '"' hM ,n l,oln ' he
ellpped and fell, landing on hi hesd.
VnUn Sergeant McKay, who was pass-
" CJI,, hlm lnt0 lh Lonr1 r,
"u,,"' wh're w"" 0,"",' y Dr.
l'rame of ,n ""'" 'r Hospital.
Hno lounu 1n.11 no wa eunering irum
concuaelon of the bruin and a serious
laceration of thai head.
Owing to his largo build, Lieut. Dow
llng'a Injuries are regarded aa serious.
He was removed to bl home In an am
bulance. A blsaaing to Victims
Of " Sort Foot " Atony
Th following la sold to be th surest
and qulrkest ca known to sclanc for ,
ll 'iot allmants: "Dlssolvs two table -spoonfuls
of Caloclda compound In a basla '
of warm water. Hoik tb feel la this 1
tor fullr flftssn minute, gently rubhlng j
th vr sane." Th rim-. Is resilr
wonderful. All soreness gos '
Instantly ; lh real feel de
llghtful. Corns an, 1 callouae
can t peeled right off. It ,
give lmmdiat relief fer '
vre bunion, sweaty, smelly j
and aeblng feet, a twenty. '
flvt cent box of t'alocia. 1.
said to b sufficient tu cur
the worst feet. It work.
through the pores nnd r.
rsu.e or the trouble. Don't
waste time on uncertain remedies. Anv
ilruggtat has Calocld oompound In stock
or he caa get It In a few hour from
I Bit wholesals house. Advt.
Fire in Their Factory
placed on sale in
F. C. Gevln &
Bninnnnta 502 Men's
suiiv ve.w Coats
olive bbb y-vl Xo rubber; made of wool faliric.n; as fa F
Values as hiah as $25.00
cemented and sewed; all new shades; Sale Price
65 Men's &
rics aiiu cuiurs
A New Remedy tor An '
A arleetifle and len.riawt ntaeev.
iteaTlveV ST'SSV SSXBZ
Th. nwlM. ..l.ctlnn Af wld.l dVT
tiled and Insffaotlve remedies Is lh SSSSS
of Bond di-sl of mlserv. He csrarai af
taking, without your doctor's orders, drags
Ilka calomel and Cascara In anr fori,
and other draatlr stuff. Besides their
hardiness, ihey set onlr on a l"l eras
and rssast stimulate all ths dlffaetat
whim sr nisessM.
ess facts lad to a arat teal f B-
grt aeei t
prlmenttlen and finally to th O lac ever r
of Hanradl saaos rut.
perfect eaMstlln which dM work-j
Irnilr on all the proper orssn.. sww.
no PHI are compounded with lr ane
end In view. nd that Is le relieve ve ef
all vour trouhles. Von need not esparlnsa
on rrelf rou nd aet take envwaere
from I, e or 10 pins one r two ell la at
nlsht srs enouh nd re. Thev war
where end when work I. reaulred -with
eat grlplns. Buy a tos end trv thm I
nlghi. You'll e th reason whv lb
nst mornlna. Prle til cent. t ear as
to date Drug Store or bv mall from A
H.i .hner Sew Terk.
the Dure, atrennth- and
Th! wonderful medicine, whiofc
has brought relief and health to to
many thousands of sufferers for
over M years, is of a standard of
purity higher than is required by
the L. S. Pharmacopoeia.
It derives its head h- anil strength
giving qualities from the best grains
grown, all thoroughly distilled into
medicinal form nnd carefully bottled
A bottle of Duffy's should lie kaat
in the metlirine closet ns first aid
for relieving, and preventing roughs
nnd cnltls from running into serious
lb rout aud lung trouoles.
Besurs veu (t DaWy'.-l' s reaaklt"
M 1 sealed butilei ir won dragatsu,
,t..o and o,altn at 11 hi a 01, tl.
The Ouffi Usll WhUkev Co.. Ho.-ne.ur. m. f.
Co.'s store, New York and
Values as aQ
& Women's Rainproof
Women's Imported Fabric
Coats; Values as High as 940.00
but made in our own factory; all of the new
est and snappiest designs; the OM
finest workmanship; in all fab- mJmUl
gaiure, .tu c irn v . .
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