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I in. envelep Hartlgan brought.
tUMimM itMMi aft ros
pleaded rutltyT A. No.
Q. Wku did to laat aaa htm before
thetT A. On the MMt; night before
row pleaded. That waa on Monday.
Before I want to church my buabmnd
had told ma tb Inspector wanted lou
t returned ha told ma "waer
1M mora, and 1 want and
Q. Waa Mi Inspector In the room?
A. Be waa oa a chair and my husband
waa In bod.
Th wammaflna had taken Uaa than
taa mtnatae whaa Mr. Clark tumod th
Immediately oexed that
Carter b Mat lot. Tha h
Too know Carter, don't
aa er chauffeur
Tee," ib answered.
. Wban tb Dalrtet-Attorney wat.l
4 to aaa Can or you aakod him to lla
about hla salary ear It waa lower t'nan
It waa. didn't you? A. No.
Q. Btri you told hkn to conoeel tha
laat (hat you awnad a Ford automobile,
aa wall aa a Plrc Arrow? A. So. tlr.
Tha crop iainlnr tarnod tbB ta
Wmaanr'a vtolt of tho Suadar night
bad ram waa ratoasad. Mr. Wllman
haa jhtimatad that ho would prove an
aJfhi for NHMr aa that nUrht when h
M alleged ta bar premised arnd
Hartlgan nxt .day.
Q. And Harttgan did com, didn't bef
fij. Toil rolled Mm "Jobaay." didn't
yeat A. Taa.
Q. H waa a rr tilo elemn maaf
A. Tab. air.
CJ. He's la tint lint now? A. It M
art my fault It la baoaiui he didn't
taa th truth,
d mt ram are telllag tb truth whaa
yam amy yam didn't tall your chauffeur
ta eaaag hla taatlmonyf A. t am.
dj. wmii, about your oar. Old raa
amy hat mart A. Mr buavaa bought
Q. Than you atiarad la Ma draft? A.
My a ant laft ma money.
CJ. DM ram know you wre living on
roar hmjajdd draft?
Wotoh hesitated ana taara
W even, Bbe hesitated, etum-
OIDNT KNOW tin WAN DIOrV
Mr. WaHman flayed Mra. Walab for
bar aequalntanoe with Mr, mpp, wlfa
of tb proprietor of th Baltla Hotel,
disorderly resort Mrs. Walah strug-
tod deeaerataly to prove that aha had
not known af the Wppd method at
making a I tying.
1 dMift aaa her very often."
Mra, Walsh. "W went to the
harem and betemged to oowUgt
dj. torn wwat ta tha WaJdorf to taaa
nd ktMtgo parties gMk't font V
Wo want m fw times.
CJ. Aad yet yen dMat know Mra.
Maya part ta Cb Motel Baltla that
aba kept rn books and owned the
bona and lived there
Mr. Wbltaaaa trted to am mm an-
eswor. but Mrs. wanw wt
Wpty aad aaM aha djgmr
about Mrs. Bhsm.
but Mra, Walsh worn tsrod
Mr. Wellmmn trted to ohow Mrs.
all abost tho IIM to
b aaM she didn't
Q. Bet at tb Hartlgnn trial row
, issttdkd that yon heard your husband
'eay to Bmrtigmn: "Otr that to Fof
' A. Tea. but I dM not know what It
A. a. ortbert, of aownoet krdbe do
fans, took up tho agnsMiaUon.
CJ. Weren't yoa la the. room when
the Itwt Hnrtlgma brought was count
odf A. Tea.
4. And yoa stayed ta too room tUI
Martlgma Uft? A. No, Mr.
dj, Bat yoa beard what your boaband
aemi to BmrtlganT A. Tea.
v CJ, DM yoa boar Mm amy "Fas' trial
10 at Potto Heedqmartere) If on but
It amy he everr A. I didn't hear him.
yesterday Bimt Ms
was ta toe room whaa h gave
ay aad that It waa
to Fes fort A. I
on the otamd sad Hstne Mlebst,
I mures ta Ms Ilia, waa
to WaJah's home, and anaoMoi
m Friday might whan Mra. Watab had
amme ta ehuroh. Bweeney waited till
MBA Watab earn beck and then they
womt Into the etak room together. The
POX TCLLB MOW HI TOOK OOw-
staratai Joilssman Bugsns fob foi
lowed. Ha kept hla eyas straight is
tha treat 'and spoke in a load clear
swerlng each of Mr. Clark'
without hesitancy. H half
aa h aaM h had no oooupetleo
Mr. Clark tad him to the arrival
of Walah la tha East One Hundred and
Twenty-sixth Street polio station
where Fox waa a pwtrrwmia. The ex
Q. Did yoa ever have relation wHh
Walsh other than those of a patrol-
maaf a. I did.
. What was toeyt A. S
I dM awl
Q. What waa roar fliwi talk with
anybody about beoomlng oolUctsrT A.
I talked with Walah ta the early part
1A What was tha oonvereatloa?
He told me that I had raided aa opium
Mat whloh he had toM Summer not
to allow to raa. Ms bad tmnsterred
Mummerm Me aaM, "I want .yaw to
oaaUnue tho work he waa doing." i
ho headed m a list of ataman,
Q. How many places dM you collect
frearl . X They varied; some months
nfteea to twenty or twenty-dv, others
ywa know of the Baltic Hotel?
B. Old you know the proprietor; A.
1 CM., I collected from blm and con-
Uaaete do so till December IBS I.
ths Baltic In thst
and ale eight IN wMoh hmd
dj. What dM yaw understand
oahB laaa. rttat was a year
tow yemi 'aTwT" """ "
B who waa Mr A. tat aavnv.
aiPh aavs up
t. Maw' much did you ooUect
K Cm haatail itBaia a msath.
a. oa, taoy vnstsa
Ptbw graft) it rem te a
J"o told n( having bran tranafarrad In
mo to uniform duty In th WhI Oa
Hundred and riftyaeoond atrmot station. ,
bat h merit oa ootlaottoc in hia OC hour
Q. Wtiat dM you do with tha coUec-j
ttoaa? A. I turaod them over to Oapt
Q. Old you take aut your own ebare?
A. After about a roar. Welsh told m.
. Oo yeu roanojHbor ir. It. JIUT A.
I do. On that day I waa iiutlBod 1 wao .
auapondod and ordered to raporl ot I
Headquarter I aaw Waleli, rwen
at Thnmpioo there. J a ordered bo-
fore Doputy Coramlaaionor Moua'hsrty.
who questioned ma about Mow revels
tlona bofer trie Aldarmanio Oommlttoo.
I dnl4 I over took mar manor from
Q. DM you talk lo any of thoa do
feadantaT A. I potto to Watab aad
Q What dM Thompson aayf A. If
told m not to worry. Kvervthln
would bo all rkjM. t went ta Hood,
quarter tb following day. about I P.
M I talked with Waloti aad Thampaon.
I w a man whom I later loarnnd wo
Jacob Rouaa. Walth toM mo that HM
elevator boy at th Twelfth Ward Benli
bad tootlrlod aa to my dolny Into th
bank, aad to prepare my, if If I w
dueitioned on It eo I cuidd deny it or
aplala why I waa tliero.
(Fern had met Hipp there.)
VI DM you talk with Hone? A. To.
Me emme erer ta mm Ha aaM, "Bator
you co lifatd I want to diva you a
little adrtcm Hay net brae to ear."
Ha day me hla eard aad I Mid. "Wil.
t want to Ull you that I have no
money: eo if you are taktaaj up my
rao In the exportation that I II iy
you. t want to warn you now,
that's all rlsht" !d h. "But who I
doing thlr I adtod. and ka ald,
"ire an right j aaM m t
IWMNIY DBOBWtD BALTIC,
BUT WALSH GOT MO MONTHLY.
Fob then tsM bow bo had eol tooted
from Dorian after tke tatter took tlio
BalHo from dips. He smM lio nad col
tactad Um m montk for a while, but then
Watab toM htm Bweeney wss sfraM of
Dorian and wouldn't taks any more
money, ss Walah Wdwid Fob to re
duce the tmrlff to an) aad to toll Dorian
that Watab weuM piotsotdum pernmnally.
Dorian was at Hiaagiiartera on Dee. II
aa a witness before Dougherty, but
Inspector Th ara pecs toM Fob. he said,
not to worry, that svsrytlrtng would bo
all right Next day FOB want to Law
yar Rous' off ire and an Sunday tolled
to Walsh at his
I cam t
I CBHetaed. He edvleed m to
aad what the fee would b. I akd
Rouas a day or so afterward and a
aaM: "It wlU bo MM"
Q. Do you remember Dee. II? A. 1
went to Haadauartara again.
Q. Waa that tho day yea were ar
rested? A. it waa.
CJ. Had you bad a polls hearing be
fore? A. t was questioned acala about
p matter and I refused to an-
atrey, en advloe of oouaaeL I was or
dered to make a written report I de
clined to do eo. Them I was seat to
Chief Inspector Bohmlttberger's
aad placed under arrest.
Q. Whst dM yea do then? A. I
taken to Centre Ptreet Court end court
wss adjourned. I triad to get a bond'
man by telephone, but couldn't.
Q. DM yoa knew the charge against
you? A. Toe: bribery.
Fox told of being released on ball
on Christmas day and on tho follow
ing morning was summoned to Head
quarters. Ha ssnt for Bousm Ths
PROM iPP LAWYIR.
q. Did you see Walah? A Tea. that
evening at hla bouse. I told aim what
uaa had told me and he aaM: "I'm
d ok. ow m tlm and I'll try to as
Sweeney about getting the money to
gether." I told Rous next day.
It waa taa day of fox's arraignment
and Rouas cams to th court with him.
Fox aaM. aad toM him ho would have
to raise III or MM to got Sine South,
and than Fox' brother came la aad
gave Fox III.
Q. What did you do? A. I gave It
to House Ms told ros n woaM take It
to Jereey to Newell to give to Mpp to
go away with. He asked me ta get th
balance of tha money.
Q Did you msntlon Howard dlpp? A.
Rouaa ssld Newell Had told li'm How
ard aipp had m friend who had awn me
take money from Howard St p. I said
be would he a bad witness against mo
and Rous said he would gt an affi
davit from Howard tbnl he had never
given me any money or aeon any one
give ms aay.
Q. Did you see Wmleh soon? A. The
following day. 1 toM him I -tad bor
rowed tke IBB from my brother J',m.
and that Rouas hmd sSkad me to get the
balance of the money. 1 also toM him
that Howard Slpp had a wltaeas, hut
that Rous would got aa aaMavli from
y. Did you eee Hoaaa that day? A.
Ten. He aeked me for the balance of
the money. I aald I didn't eee how
we could get It with tke bank cloaed,
but I wont to Walsh at his boms and
he promlaed to try and gat the money
together. I aaw Rouaa at hla home
next afternoon Sunday. Rouse told
me ha bad had m telephone from New
oil to meet him In One Hundred and
Twenty-fifth street. Wo wont out a
slds entrance and I waited at One
Hundred and Thirtieth atreet and
Eighth avenue for Boas to oome back.
We walked then to tha lata Louis
irani's horns. ( Grant waa Rousa's
partner). We talked over the money,
and I aald Walah had promlaed to have
It the next day. I went to Walsh that
night and lie piomlssd to do ths best
hs could. Then I reported to Roues,
who told mo to put It up to Walah
Mfa IBM nsfflaj
A. I turned la all mv cellMtlVM at on
aiatag to go away, awl woaMat
ga a Ma awa wrgsmss. Ms wmmtad
aaM ho waaasd this am Beeee
TH1 ITlWlIf W01LP,
SEND 83 LITTLE
Many Brought in Auto Truck
as "Object Lesson" to
iMb OH THEM AKfc ILL.
Three Are Said to Be Suffer
mg From Contagious
ty-thre ehlMron of the etnicii
Mlk workers of Patsraon. V. J., wsrs
to-dsy brought from the trlko centre
to this city. Tbp children, rsnglng from
tws to Mght years old, all wore red
aaabea with "I. W. W." prlntsd on
thsm. and each carried a little Amsrl
can ftad. Hixty-five were brought In sn
suto truok. loaned for the purooea bv
a fruit merchant named Plrrollo. and
BNwDMl the river on the Forty-eecond
The marshaling of tb llitl on
wss doa by Bllssbsth Ourley Flynn
and was In defiance of the authorities.
The set Is In tbs nsturs of a nti... f
tho ratersot. authorltle and mill own.
or that the etrlkera cennot support
their families. The sams thing waa
done la the Lawrence (Maes.) strike
snd ths I. W. W. claim tbst ths sot
reeulted la breaking the strike. a
eesond batch of children will be
brought to New Tork next Wednesday.
MOTH IN TKAN8 Aa CHIL
ORKN LIAVK THIM.
The children, with their parent, were
aeiembled thl morning In Hlvtla
Hall, and as Miss Flynn called off tha
nam each child toddled to the plat
form. There were pathetic sqonss at
parting, mother wplns and the chii.
dren sobbing and crying. Ooorg Car-
novate and hla wife hav etsht chlMren.
aad four of them war among tho
brought to this elty. Alex PrU. four
snd a half yssrs oM, was another who
rode on the auto truck. HI mothar died
three week ago. alnce which time h
hss been sleeping in doorway snd out
of the way places wrth lh father.
Miss Margaret Banger, aoclallat
writer and trained nurs. examined sll
th ohlMren and found tbst none of
them bed any contagious ailment. Th
hlldren hav Ml hoen provided tor.
Th distribution af the children takee
place in the Labor Temple. Eighty,
fourth street snd Second avenue. Fif
teen were aent to the Ferrer School
the remainder being taken by individ
ual famllloo. Bach ohlld had a card
pinned to hie or her clothing. There
were forty girl.
Chief of Police Blmaon of Peteraon
amid that the matter of th children
leevlng their eoheola would be taken i
up by the truant officer. Where It Is
found that children should us st
wlth Hartlgan the nsxt day. when
Sweeney and Walsh ara alleged to hv
got th money together for Slpp. Ho
aid Hartlgan met him outalde Centre
atreet Court and Fox- ssld:
HftO PASSED Aa "BALANCE" OP
WHAT "WENT ACROSS."
I have a package here from the Cap
tain with BM In It th balance of the
MM that haa gone aeroaa." I told him
t could not receive any package. He
told me he had been told to give It to
me and I aaM, "Wall, thsre'a my brother
ever there. Olv It to him and he'll
gtve It to me "
Fox aaw Hartlgan did so and hla
brother delivered the money to him In
Rouaa' a office, aftar Magtttrate Karno
than had dlacharged him berauee Slpp
did not appear.
At the afternoon session Kox testified
that when he learned Sinn wei comma
back Ilous asksd him to corns to hit
offlc. on Jan. tl. He didn't so till tn
next day. Than h saw Rduaa and Tom
Lloyd, the Harlem saloenkpr. Pox
waa taken to the Criminal Courts Build
ing and surrendered Into custody. He
stayed In th Tmb till Saturday, when
ho waa "balled out with cash."
Ha waa not allowed to tall whose
money it waa. The money haa never
been claimed. The tote Loul Orant
said he found It In his oface marked
"Ball for Pox."
Poa aald he' saw Walsh, who told him
ha waa sorry hs had been In the Tombs.
Pox went on:
"I toM him I felt sure l would be
convictud If I Went to trial and said: 'I
have no money end my family have no
money, and what will bo come of them
If I go sway?' Hs said he thought 1
ought to got at least 110,000, and h
naked me If I had any one I could aend
to tell Sweeney and th other unless
I got lh money L would never atand
BAVB TMOMP80N PROMISED $125
A MONTH PON JAIL TERM.
Fox aald he got a telephone call from
aome ene representing Thompson, and
added: "He wonted m to send snm
oa to him the next morning.''
Fox Otnt hi wife's nephew. Al Net
eon. Nelson reported to him the next
day. Fox continued: .
"Betaea aaM a had aet rhesmy
aom, who teU him to Mil at they
a laid give me SUS a month while
I waa to prtaemi that etnas
of too attar I
tastes ta ram
bed he had mad a bamgte of
Ths witness lliou aMerlfeM a meet
ing with Thompson.
"I waa called lo a phone 1101 '11
hoi.i.-. rci ognlxe I Tiiompsoi' s Voice,
Ho uaetd If 1 could mail him iha- " e-
nlng. W met at liie Nlnety-aixth street
sTUhway atatloo. lie aald he had lalked
with say towTor AA4 vox ready m ttm
Some of the Children of Silk Mill Strikers,
Who Were Brought Here To-Day From Paterson
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school th msttor will be taken up ,
with tho parent.
THREE SUFFERING FROM CON ,
TAOIOUB SKIN DISEASES.
Klgtileen more school children fol- i
lowed tho auto truvjk. They had been .
taken to the ferry on the trolley lino.
- - - - - . . . ,
were examined by Dr. F. Vagna, I.. H.
Culcura and L. M. Mlchasl. with Mar- !
Caret Sanger. Three of tho lost lot of l
I last lot of
children were found to be Buffering from
contaglou akin disease. The examln-!
era dsclarod that not one of the eighty-
throe children was In good beMUi. They I
were all .ufferlng from adenbld ori
S!ii..i..i. r..,i. ri,-. ri.ei.e-.i th.tl
thl. would be found to be the aaaV
With the majority of the striker' cull
drn attending the echools.
"I am going to sand :oo more to
New York un Monday." ahe ssld. "snd
I'll keep sending thsm. It Is an out
rage to attempt to compel them to go
to school. No Board of Hducntloii In
the world would he suatalned In an
attempt to do so. They all need vaca
tion and medical treatment."
In the Socialist parade In Paterson
It le estimated that I'-'.OOO participated
The marcher all wore the regalia of
the I. w. W. After the parade the
rtowds wsnt to Wlllurd l'urk. where
tho leader apuk.
me. II ald: 'I inn Ktiurantee tills
much. Vou'll get 12T n month while
you're In trouble or In prison.' I said
that wouldn't do for m. He aald. 'I
think that's un reason oiMe, hut 1 will try
tn lee the others and meet you to-morrow
SAYS THOMPSON OFFERED S2.S00
NOT TO BB SQUEALER.
Q. Did he a.v what men he meant?
A. It aald they were the men who had
succeeded him In the district. They were
Humey. Murths and Sweeney. Thump
ion said he would meet me the next
night and he did and said th other,
whom he had aeon, would not do any
thing like 110,000, hut repeated the
offer of I UK a month. I (aid: X m
might a well top right where you are.
It dnean't ssllsfv me."
' "Ws aaM to meet Mm meat Saturday
I to aad t did, aaa he took SAkOO
have tale for yoa- two years' eatery
I amid! 1 have changed gay Bated.'
"He said: 'What do you mean; ara
you got rut to q Ski I said: Take It
any way you like.' He loft."
That ended Kox' direct examination.
John B. Stanchtteld, cro-examlnln-
Kox, made him rlmtrndlct Walsh's tee-
H Stony that h thought policeman
Wrn had hafldsd him u list of place
to collsrt from. Hs told how Walah
had offered him the post held by Sum-
Q. Did he order you to lake the post?
A. Well, It waa like an order.
U Did you know you were going to
get u commission? A. He told me I
v null' get one.
Q)ArT COMMISSIONS . LURED
HIM MORE THAN ORDERS.
g. ffhlelj weighed the most, the or
irr from i our superior or your de.'ire
IH'ANK.-On April U0. JAMfM ioukpii
IK 1 A S 1,. li. lnveil sou ot Jsuiss snd Mar
gore, tiuaa icr.- Inaharlyli
I'uaer! from hi late resldsncs. 7 id
si. oritt l.euisi Itili tteulavard. Kimhiu-ti.
I.. I.; ilisno to Hi. rteriholontew't H. r. 1
Church, on Prldai . Msy I, al ham
VLOCK Aftsr Ungating lllnass. t.otllg
KM'K. Uslovd busband Ot K.illiarlii
Mellon and son ur WlUIsm K. Flock sr .
and brother uf Win t-v yiock jr., Joinas
and Josowb. tormeiir of Klroi Ward.
Funrl fiom hla lui realdnee. 1211
Crea St., Ilrrlsn, N. J,, rrldar. May
a. si i.gg A. M . thoaco in Hi.iy Cross
Churvh. wbors s mass or reaulein will
I bs sold for ths repoos of his SJUl. In
1 lorment In llsriiann.
i Ml KI'MV. In N- Vnik I'lly. .111 kBtll :IU.
. jAMMd MVftTHfi st-it . tears.
t'unsr! from Wi.i.sn.- Net tier's lunsral
I psriors, i-'s 1 0.11 4. ., 1'.., ay. I'. ,.
Inlet', iiont Oslvar)' Arransenienis Win
LOaT. SOUND AND HE WARDS
.-. ad'ntiaut watt'tr sod ns JibwIh. Jf
I II. I' 1 1 ,, U.l, ... I I , ...
TH UISDAT, KAY
to get raft'' Fox caused h Mush ss ho
answered with almost engaging frank-
no. A. I guesaJt waa to get the graft.
Mr. Stanvhflel. reverted to Deputy
' 'mmlsloner DtBna's examrnatlnn of
FoK on 9- r rt9i reHevo the
''tluu by exclaiming: 'NoMilnit I
"You wire trying to tell him iri-
lr.u'n: . T. .
erxainiy, i mi, cxciunnefl rox.
TT 1 - - u"---
u ' , , ,
V"'" ifllPWa MMJ while
Tltoifrpaoii waa In charge la Harlem
had nHVer """ collection
of graft to him.
' t-tled that you suw Ii.imeetor
Thompaon at lle.liuartcr. o;i Ito". IS
l ana i:', 011.1 nr haiu to itu 4101 10
I wwirrL. a, h tlm.'1 A Tn thai mttmfl
Q. How did h add run ou? A. As
Q. Hmd he ever called you "Oeno" be
fore? A. ..Never.
Pinning Kox down to Ws'.ahV state
ment to him a tn the Ji'''.lo.. of
gruft. Mr. Stanihtleld ald:
He never mentioned Tliumpaon'
runic, did he?"
anil distinctly an-
"Ok. yea, he did.
Be toM me
half of tke graft womt aeroaa town
to Thompson aoro town to
i). What day did ou have the fan-voi-Mstlon
about sending Al Nelson to
see 'J'homiHun? A. Un Jan. t".
INSISTED ON $10,000, WOULDN'T
TAKE S125 A MONTH,
q. Did Nslson know you hsd bsen In
dlctsd? A. Yes.
Q. Did you tell him whut you wanted
him to a Thompson about? A. I
don't think I did.
Q. Had ho ever eeen Thompson? A.
j. In other words, he had to recog
nise Thompson, saying nothing, listen
to what he had to aay, and come back
and report? A Y
u. When you
, Thomosnn thai
same night did you tell hmi of Mehon's
JTwsl i Ko
ms ... w.... w.i.i, "im
told you he hsd paid Thompson graft
money? A. No.
Q. Thompson didn't owe you
i thing? A. No.
', 14. Yet you were ufter lilm to
1 money? A. 1 wasn't aftev lilm.
oent for me.
Q- ou suy he orieresj 11 .. a mouth
and you wouldn't take It? A. Yes.
Q. Vou wanted 110,000 cash' A. Yoa.
y. Would you have stood trial and
"give away," a you express it. If you
had got the cash? A. I would, thsn.
g. When you aald you'd atand alon
ynu meant you'd turn State's evidence.
didn't you. A. Ye.
q. And you wouldn't hav don It If
he tied given you lld.ovO? A. It
; wouldn'l havo mamd any difference If
he Had offered 100,0UU; my mlml
aaww m.m wmm
W IPnbl- ttHtsBT lIt J1 Tr
IJ ai aBaataw-sBP M ML
Siedal tor TTwrsaty
ACIBl'f ATBI jrjll IT TABLBfS
SiflfetllM tor Tmrsday
ureoorred Tb ib store eee- AA-,
"' mii on ant ahmyval
PENNY A POUND PlOflT PIUS PAICU POST
Bofra .otaWe ao-mll limit so
r.,k a.. , egtoay r4e7-as. ".Tt ?rye,au
M BARCLAY ITtUXST aflat- Mt MOAOWAT
Cot. West Broadway faf WtW Car Pmttea St
a CORTLAHDT ST. TYAiS 147 NASSAU STMBT
Car Ckarefc Street MJUj Bat. Bsekmaa Sprue St
PorhlUrw rioosou M- JkWZHmw' Ms W. laath STRICT
The feature of the first hour In :h
stock market wa the abstnr of buyer
In the Investment (took. New Haven
declined to 101 from its. and minors
Central yielded one point, while other
high rlaa offer of (lock found no
Before noon th oversold condition of
the'msrket and ths better new from
ehrosd turned prices up from s point
or more In th active lut tc
point In Canadian Pacific. Th asle
doubled in th second hour and kept
active up to X o'clock. Th last hour
wss dull, but most sll th advance ws
retained and tk market closed strong.
It wss a holiday Id London and th
Tho CleeJan itaetatleaa'
Th foUBStaf wr tb hi thou, lossy set lost
prkss of stork for to-dr ed the st ck 1011 ss
rosn-.red with jestoidar's c loot Of aetueae:
Smal. tpor 1 Tib
Am. rr A
sv Csa uf
AW. Hw.lt a Rrf. If
Aw. Tsl. A Tl 1
Aariads Bbuas . . OT
At-, t. a a. r.
Uol. PmI A bus., ta
.f Pas. Me-
. tt g T
N T. Central .
North. Pclfie .
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R. ck fsUeit
Mtiu : hern R . . .
Ttwi. Cfiitisr . .
V . Huhto . . .
It, K. Steel...,,
ft. ii. Hied ii
VERDICT AGAINST HEARST.
Wins SSlnOO Im BaM
K1 reworks Bsmolea.
Justice Brtonger. In th Supreme
Court, to-day directed a Jury to And a
verdict for Ml.OOt against William Ran
dolph Hearst. In a ault brought by ths
Ths esse Is tlte outcome of an explo
sion at Madison Square Uarden seven
year ago. when firework were est off
to celebrate a political victory, and sav-
r' wer ,nd ",Ju,d
Bull W4r "'ought against the city
IM a rult of tho explosion
city sued Mr. Haarst in turn. An ap
peal will probably be taken.
Olsmlssea Pwlleemea stay Oat.
The Appellate Ulvlslon ot th Su
preme Court in Brooklyn to-day handed
down a dootolon confirming the action
of Third Deputy Commission r Dillon
In suspending from the force gmrgt.
William H. 'Connor and 1'olUeman Mil
ton Alexander. Bach had sued for re
instatement In Ida old rank and the pay
due during the tune of suapertakrn.
Both had been found guilty by the Trial
Commlaeloner of being off duty without
Ualranaa. Ha. ana. La Tiinrsto. Hart
Haihamaaa. . Brswaa.
nir ol Atitsti
(Trad Mark. I
Sfkdll tor FrlisTj
nrau nlt najntnONaA sis.
ttoclieslr sow easAlaatloo
of Wat end beaboa a (or B a?h
rot Nl) BAIX
olletWjs. Pwstol aeto or osrroOMr saaet
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IN FIFTH AVENUE,
BABIES IN ARMS
With a ureili of bend and a miglitv
of color crested by sashes on
men. women and Children, tho Socialist
and th ftrlttd Hebrew Trade marched
out of th maaea of the east sM to-day
nd up Fifth avenus and down from
Blyhty-fowrtli oireet and Second ave
nue. There were to pst-sdea, wltlih Joined
at Twenty-thlr,l trcet and Fifth sv
mie. The uptown nmiade ea'-orted down
to tho other two molor-Tu k ksl or
chlMren of th Pntorson silk mill strik
ers who Jolr.oJ them at FMUl SA-enue
and nrty-sevsnth Mreet, aftrr coming
mcroea the Weehawhon ferr .
Band after band, playing the Mrel
talss," with hundred of voles of
marching member of th Soclsltst
party and th United Hhrew Trade
went ftlsnng out from Hutger Hqusr
through Canal ttreat and Orchard
Broome, KMrldg snd Houston mreets
Second avenue. Bloecker, Lafayette
Weat Fourth. Washington Square. Fifth
Drawing ahovslnc trio air fnteee In
ond trio tubes that lead to the throat
Tonmll ores tna Larynx with the voool
To Havo Clogged Nostrils.
Your nottrllj cilch the dittau rms
and dirt that are In the air you breathe
If your nostril ire closed the germs 0f
disease oltct In your nasal passages
and set up an irritation. This Is called
catarrh. The irritation produces a dis
charge. The dlfchirrr is oaded with
terms. Your nostrils being Jogged up,
vou cannot, blow out the discharge in
the naturu way. The annovanc: ol
choked-up nostrils causes you to free
them In my way you can. You find
that you can draw the discharge back-
H tato fma Ihrssl. This Is colled beeldas. aa
Whan BH Armn mmM Sses. S tram VMir n .
the fltiWs ate lUMo to enter row or lubes
mum 4tnm snd s I boIom nr brtns eo a
er. If ths asnas si ant esusnt n t-ur
tker are table re psas Is lbs T n.ln,
wbtro Jr est w Toasimtk.
ss Is sSiiff Ihrnsi te esteti as
The T-iiuIN srs
not too cnxkt te Ik, imtrlla sad thua pnrrrst
ts. TjSmTs Tiff ,7a.,-rrepir3 .1..,
tas eootalna tka wjeal sards, aad diirsss
arras an aDnoail to nt ths tarmi Hwr ha"
started ss Uatr war tn tk leas, WSao rra
utii tlia lfvaa Uia Irritate tha nx-al eurdi.
If way ta your
Shortnsss of Brasth.
Leo lassahtrksr first ,onanltxl ma
four ror si- -I
s srrs- usai ann
wit. m Erumfe
vest to dnrtora is tbs hnsfllsls aad tkar
leaned raw, boll ol brttr
ThT mWWmi Mr, Rueabarber m tiesUassi
0pi7rmstaTs4t hi. Hafk Ms eon. Uiat
fcjtfy, rMMn " N- 78 a,ooa"Md
Clog gad Noatrila Cured.
Wtea Mr. rraak Hwold first conioliad oa aa
asH- Mr aoatrlb srs hiitlwred ma fur fa
rear. 1 took soM eon. osmif. sod. when I dM
an ssoos of fMis. 1 nan
bat. rl'Wi ru.mi I I., 1 as If
sera mi OiMralnl in
Jattrias'i nostril M I thinsh! rnn mlfhl 1 abls
ta fbst ia mMrilsIr sow frsc ad o..n ill
tisW, Ha larps slth t.t tt.mth sTosoX aul
lbs tuas. Ha alerti otlh Ti s mm
., No Tork.
Isn't tho Jtidgmont of tha
GroBtoat Doctors in Naw York
Good Enough for You 7
Ave sack la loT9 titan aa a
a Mt of riiung
atiaa tu uracllw
as held In :ia
rJolasraTty of Sew Tor, eaten of three Mmn
mm loul i of o sissi of srtr t. h'indieJ i-, .
100 war Mat. In tlw rlamlnfttlun un the l'ia.ik
of Jiailklna I'rafrwir faumli. - leetnred an
TrmBsB to to relreokr. off(rJ ap annual
Sams E to MMB to ins on liklenl nr).! tuiae I
Br ar, bT essmlsallii itolr too woo p.
a Darfaal aMlu war suait'lr for u nrlxi-
too tost, or t
ar onateat wst to lo haid
alaaaoto to tas sasde on tbi-
Aoaartra . area I sal hoanllal.
Cwaa mil to toe ilorti.nl ot ilia
I who thosod that wsrr ilw rorr
fur I - -- - SuiHilnlniMla
ration for thl. i-nm.ellllri
B waa hold hr Hie iresraoi
alba waa bald bv tl,. a.
-sOtoae Is S'sw Turk, and
la i.riaa ba i roved blma.:f
sdusiis eltos. Br alniiin taa
at. tb aso.t ssueht sliar of
IMS tbs rami of iU doctors iti tb 0llsa 4utss.
prni.o ru Dlir
war to uMd to mtm doevon to
r IK uahmwi
aoiiaio Dosnv i e'"s
da 1 1 tha Smo Mr VajtfUl onld shot E
Ubt that I onaid ont bio oat the dlsi-hsnei
tnot toiXMd to lUa. sad thrn- MMM h?s 1st 1
mf tkrost. I set I eould not aon-ll aarl t.-it
m wean olio m,f niitn
or saves younf nan sue imutr.ei
M toll k'eraV nw ws lin eai na-.t
Tll a IISIll to 4aaIo woo wsa rir la .l snmna
MraOVbess etaoasall-o. for Iba r -Utn-ea laid
toaa, oorfert. Aflar ta aaamtnatl n ss orar flia
Err slabs nt tst ebr ssarletl the prtaa to lb.
V'Hcl r ,Mka aaaS
bar ..( Nana
, , -i
avnu. Thlrttoih trt and Fourth ae
nue to the aquar. wherl May Day pa
rade have vtound up with oratory itnre
the day of tho olilot New Yorker.
' There was none ot the oW ugly feol-
ln toward constituted .luthurfty
the pnat -ind m
i.-l May liny pernde? t, -i,
nl- history i-.i-iind t9M
flcure of the mighty Alc. lt WlW
and hi mn' Jaba Evenliody
I happy. Their vnn o murli merri
In tlio tMradc of left -.' that the
leader olnulate nawM thruugti the
crowd warnlnit manliert to refrain
from convrat!'.n and loud Joking in" v
tho rank. Not many of tl.om pal
much attention to Ihc atWsT.
MOTHERS PARADE WITH BABIB-
IN THEIR ARMS.
.Mothers with ied-ahed liable I
thlr .irm. held tht-fn up and cr-nm-greeting
to hrag-bsard i parmdeTi w:y-
waved their hnnd Bad tl bnj lvu
Men and ulil marchcl luml IB nan
and In tome MtMkwM Slth tiielr arm
vbout i.i. ii other WahraV , j
Samuel Lcbowlti. organU'.'r of the Ho
brew Tradi-x. WM grand maiehal. Thart
were thonaand of women worker
in-- run i.tiiivi i. iih p-i -1 - - " - ww
4ninne nthcr .-at iii-m of the PS.ra-1
.ii ii litiai. cake snd a loaf of bread-
Three oerrel of flour were uaod In ras-K
Ing tho loaf and it nil an led sn th .,
nmnm vi .i-kvii
i The uptown Oiviaion or tne bochiiwi
, e, . ,JM Tmnl ,B .
Klghty-fourth atreet and atsrted dew
for l nlon Huu.ire at the ame ttwi -
wearing red aehea nnd with all th
band playing the MarielllMsc
ono noBlrfli together wltn tne oar
from It. Ther lo iloo ertown tn
oorda, tho entrs co to trio lungs
Does Advertising Make
a Doctor a Quack?
When 4 friem of yours ItUl you tiu:
Dr. J. C. .McCoy is .1 qiuc-i. aaiit.
him the little article you will find on
the bottom of the next .oljnm. TTien
k your frienj what he tiiinks Dr.
McCoyj record jnd trainlog. ,
T a L arM. If l ituln t rttraiUna- "la i
I'm? JwdfliM M th UntlUl !""'" in Nt fnrft
hx KifiMsTli ' r Tour Tins irtHM pr Ml
Rit vm a -it'. djM l,r or r 'n In Srw Yorfe fta
FfViril ntHTiHtrr o pJctof McCoia It mffi th
nni rhrt unialtaia in tiia lint tn Vcv irk lta?a
A r- r : g a 1 "i hi. Rr& is-i.tw iitvat Pvof
iork s grratfit h-an. aij oi
The .nl srotintl Inv r lim. In ml
fjny a i. uig ara tlui Ii.' ,ilir n-'-- ami
inialt far If lull t'cnk (liat atltttrtUlna
vt Jm .Kill I. Mr 'or wanU mttHinc t do
with tot i, iitt ti.iv away from hla orflca.
If : tnluk thjt the onl ilii.tor who cm oV
foaA work i h on win rnarge ou non thta
ji'i ran afford to Ly, than also atay away nam
Ts VI i'-n
Kilt-rt H aM-ard, writing of tloctora'
ooa who hi
r.,. e. est, . .t.nsal.1 o - SsV-
I Tith.ng to mtm In Um wmj m
fjrTlt-M or who
Dr. IffOOff IMMWM hi rawrtl
M g llWlflll, hb iigt Biaow
He hai itui-nfX' new nitho
guod gg g iii-jgjkat
U r raatmant tW.
Ha haa -Iturl Haf.l .i trta(mnt for dtgfnaag
dim gwar with tbe um of lnt:mgMatg and (Mb
ticna tn tn ggr.
I liare m if a dlMwrgrr In th trtgf gj
Mid nilara and )fatuga flhich I OkmaltWr an lav
portgni on,-. Mv tlidi-otery 1 m an ay vrltli tSa
iirrMttT of lAMlns tiutrnnirnta into tha amr
tnla-g. vtliit-ji MajntrfMi hat m irail
ar- palmuJ auit. .ut-s i of curing th
Mfl uftMi tomm it furthn a inu tbg
n- I ii ii nt ;i , i : . inajaai oi curing rng
iiuooiiaiii m nit i
:li hi ot UegUDgat ib
f Mr. Brown aad
Wlien Mr, W II HMira flr.t eooaultw
SM: "Mr hearla liaa baan l-arl aOni
Keosral yeara aflar T firat be. amr h.H ,,l
1 Ivan In ii it t 'i- u-ilte. lit n.v T .....
mr riiht sr were like Mir HnpTas ot a bell"ii
tlia rmlw In m; left ear waa liKa bees buatos
a tun, sail
n,-,.. .... .i, nan mat MSuule II
irry WikI to as. atU I s.iuld hara
two or three llmoa oier i find nut wbst
wore Mfliit. Vou an ItnUja hm dear I wai
I Sll -1 'I en III ..- Irr 10 h ar tar llllb
WW 10 le'l veliet!i.-r it waa rilnula I halts
pre. It riot up el. w nir ,ar"
Mr. mesa sa vis-, a aaw mr matkod s
t'estnieni ae, ratSMN tl t hi. hearln u
Iwurwerl tlisi h an am bear bS "larm etoei
ii. r . .. ii .i T . ." tiM-j aoe
a ami ir .il'-ieil lilm !i.l,c .1 rMDBSSM Ha
ii 1 it . r Jl-'1'.1' " h i,m i
f 14,- and rmld-a it Ml
Nflwait .trM't. B-iuHl n
i W'"'; tmt S.'r.Mlt (IM rinatllt.it oa
lif an d: I Uji e u ,t ,. fm M aaas.Tl
,.r, toe,, ... ,W Ha,. ,Mt , JAI
a ..Jja a,'. .- " as.-.wvw u 11
nia: MttMgfl llkg In; buaaiaa i .,',
UolbllS Ml lilt llda 1 flnriDl lh. ,mm ...a HSL 1
m I ws. hi . ih .,i7l.?"ei,j;uJ
ami iiiaiiiim martllBea nirwiinf, ha brs.l nataat
Hln.a oUrtoa Mr garsrrlafls oa irraim.nl h.
irtis-t. Hut (a rulers ,,, ,.. ,. 133 l
M.n l-rar i Mat I, 1 1 i trfcVll He' f llatoX
s: .:,V,;:rj'u,ri:,.,:r ' I
T'i f.iiioni,, rtria sUb i'ed
exnla. o atltat St Iti'KiflH of ui ,
Nra V,,,a IVurld
Ml rail Inentis
ork. the sreal
te ineillial men
J fb llll er.JlT ,,l
r loll.t. ., Id in Mludbu
ama arlt.-rii.e: 'lir. !.
la Blile man. iretl aiata.
I ov. for Inalaoee, la en able men. irell
i. s ' no. on sn .eienli.l anil a first
nhyslelBB. He Is (ruilliale f tiilG.
Il.janl al. He adrertl.ea. doe. aa im.
te buolaesa sad Is dolus moi l, seed' '
i '"w-.e. iriin.i nun
If M aulfrr frooi . I. gg,. n.iatrill, duwaaed
rtla. BSIt bMlns or arf lulnu daaf. iThaT.
lead tuda.'a or a .In- tin, -at and ...il"?
tialnliif anil rxiawirnii- ; .ml, I make
ioi, i win i i.irased to hsva ,oti rlila U
i-e It Till nul yoti 0,,:hlf l, ,u ,mmm.
t v .i. '..!. , I. .U- ...
1 will I ideated lo sdrlM jtnn br' latter
Ins roiir .(inditl.in.
DR. J. C. McCOY
919 ETatllotAwo Dw.tlt
oas a 1UIUUII 'IliniilSW
Broadway and tSd St.. NamJtwaat '
Umirs-Moodst Wadsaada. mmA lfc..".'"i .