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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAT 7, 1018.
SEVEN POLICEMEN CONVICTED SINCE ROSENTHAL'S MURDER AND SUBSEQUENT GRAFT DISCLOSURES
trial prior t nrat fall II Bfsshably will
ie Sergeant feter Duff'. Who mid
to have lioeii Sweeney's craft cul.rlur
TMn la considerable ,ieult:on aa
ta what may b th sentence Imposed
an the (ormtr Inapactora by Justice flea
bury on Friday. Tliey hava on con-
Ictad of a misdemeanor, tha punish
maat for which may be a yaar in prls
oa, a Ana of fan or both. No on
doubt thai tha maximum punishment
erlB ba Imposed, at laaat In tha cas
of Sweeney and Huaaay, but there
mini to ba raaaon to auppoaa that
Justice Krabury may extend toma Isnl
ency to Thompaon and Murtha, against
Mm tha District-Attorneys raaa
seemed not to ba aa strong aa against
A. a Ullbart, counaal for Murtha.
aald that by an arrangement with Jus
ilea So burr tha man would not ba
aaat ta tha Panllanltary on Friday, aa
that tbsr would ba no occasion for
tuajr attorneya to hurry tha mat tar of
asking far a certificate of reasonable
Joubt. Should thla ba granted II will
act aa a atay of prooaaoKaga and It
ants' aa paaalbla to gat tha Inapactora
out aa ball. Mr. filbert aald that ap
plication would ba mada an Friday,
probably, but by Monday at tha lataat
Ma acoffad at tha Idaa that hla ollant
or tha othara would accept their fata
without fuKhar lighting and declared
that If In thla way only could thay
avoid trlala for brlbary than all wara
certain to ba triad, for thay had agraad
aa eaaeartad action and would carry
l hair agnail to the hlghaet court pos
sible He aald:
XPfCTt WHITMAN TO MILP
"If Mr. Whitman will co-operate
with ua wa oin hava thee anpeala ar
gued In the June term of the Appellate J
Division. If there be any delay, how
ever, tha matter will hava to go over
to tha October term baeaua of the
'1 am convinced that I shall get a re
veraal lor Murtha. He haa aaaurad ma
that ha haa nothing to confess, and ao
raejht have made no eanfsaelon to tha
District-Attorney, and he haa eaplalned
hla visit to Mat by aaytog that he hoped,
attar having eaplalned hla ahaoluta lack
of eaaaactlon with tha case, to aava hlra-
tba ignominy at aa Indict-
; M la Murtha to whom tha Dlelriot-
atlll for a confeealon
will give Into hla hands othara of
area higher up" men higher far
the laapectore Juel convicted.
haa six children down with
and It la known that ha haa no
i to go to prlaon. Aa yet. however.
al haa beaa reealved from him.
I of the ei-Inapactora by
Waldo recalla aome In-
where policemen found guilty
aeaaora were retained on the
faro .and reaumeU thalr dutl after
baring earved prlaon terma. ;apt.
Kuhaa, whan head of the Brooklyn Da
tectrv Bar aaa. waa aenteneed to tktrty
daye aaat aerved than for technical
lit la Illegally having Onger-
m. He returned to hie old
peat after hla prlaon term.
la awary'a time a policeman named
Mettggaja aarvad ninety day a on Ulark
weJTa I aland for beating hla wlfa and
then raaa mod hla uniform.
MMIft MEN IN EVETEM TO
If aay one at tha raw con vie ted ate
haa had a Inclination ta become a
Kg wttaeaa. It to believed laat
g verdict will bring quick raaulla.
ahMtl there to Immunity, It ta not likely
t a for anything leaa than tha
It vary of taax ana "higher up" than aa
taaVaatar. Tha penally far artoary to
tgB yegg, and the pro septus af laat
gaJBTa oaavteUea may paint to eae
a gf th ana ' tha danger af going
h trial ea the ease evidence.
ana laapectora a pant aa unoamfartabla
aad aluplaaa night In the Tombs. Mur
tha, ana) atoraenay aharad Call No. tat,
wests Jaaey and Thompson were la
X. ML the oall oace occupied ay "Dago
Frank' Ctraocl aad "Whliay Louis."
tha EhBhar guumen.
aunag leiiea to aleep. taey were
tor thalr breakfast early, and
rear 1 1 aad rviis ware aant la to
from a aaai-y raeUurant AVI ea
oept Bweeaay partook of the toad. Ha
wag) unable to (wallow a moraei and
lator. wbea report are tried to aea aim.
h aaat down word :
"t stoat want to aee anybody."
Tha Othara contented themaelvee with
tegtytog that thay had nothing to aay.
Tha famlllea and frteada la the rank
aad Eta the department of tha four
.raltoraiad thalr ballet la thalr ta
la day, aad indicated their
loyalty. Like the prlaoaere.
at tha trial would and
tha verdict ataaaed
HELD FOR SELLING GIRL
Held Teaaa Aritalla-
haa WHkeat toadl far Trial.
ffVaarleoo da Tlbaldl. ti mn Ar
gaatlaan who waa arraated Saturday
la Ootuataaa Circle after he had ao
aaaviad a roll of hllla from Y. S. Katsv
' ilrt. a Japan, living at No. S41
ftoat Plfty-ewventh etreet. and charged
Wtth having aoeapiad the money In
payment for aval Olenn, a aeventeen
year aid girl who had run away from
at No 41 F-aet One Hun-Slxty-thlrd
etreet to live
wtth Da TihefcU. waa held without ball
hy Magistrate Marsh In th
ktorrtoaaU Court for trial In special
WIBBWis lawyer admitted he took
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reimbursing turn lor expenses
a na been put in nuuotaln-
1 fM la a faralsad re ex.
thay felt oe
BURIED WITH HONOR
BY HIS COMRADES
Commissioner Waldo and Po
lice Band Accompany Body
to the Grave.
GANGSTERS JOIN HUNT.
Reward of $1,000 Being Raised
to Help in Search for
aha imiaral of Wllllmn B. Heaney.
one of th two policemen killed on
Saturday night, waa held to-day f:oin
the little til a month flat ha occupied
with hla bride at No. TIT Prospect place.
Brooklyn. John IUas, th Kunniitn
who waa killed hf Mlilaldlana. waa
btirlHl yeeterday. arl fharlaa Trar .
tha other ullc victim of l'ie dwurf
aaaaaeln. will be hurled lo-morrow.
The funeral of lleanry waa vt Icndr.l
with full police honora. Oapi Kinalar
of th Mulberry atreet xtatlon, two
HeulenaiKa and a platoon of i,i n
from the precinct aetcd ua th- eecnrt
for the hearae from the hajtldl to Holy
Croee Cemetery In Mathua i. I'ummla
eloner Waldo, Deputy t'ommlaalnner
MoKay and Police fhaplalna MrOurl
and Bulllvan rode behind the hgaHI
Tha police band played dlrgra ulonit
th route of the funeral cortege and
at i ha grave.
Heaaey'a widow, who la anon to become
a mother, broke down In nt. Tlirroa'a
Church during the rciiulcm high niaa'.
but Inatated on going to the cemetery
tin the father, three brother and
ateter of the murdered policeman.
ITALIANS PAY TRIBUTE
There wer many gornl trllnitna
ohlf of niich were a floral ahleld from
lleaney a i-omradea In the Mulberi v
H treat Preolnct and an Itnmenae liounuet
hlch bore t n card "lullun tribute
a martyrml hero." Thla lattf ana aent
ta th heuae by tutneaa men of the
Mulberry llend Italian dutrlct.
The aearrh fur Mhleldluna continued
to-day without abatement A fur
lleaney'a funeral thr policemen Of the
praclnot who Were off duty reported at
th at a. on hoaiae ami went out in
Itlaena' clotlie to aid the detail of da.
taatlvag oaalgneJ to the hunt for the
murderer by Deputy Cojirilaaheici
The Booth Hloaniah'.p line ta oo-oper-
atlng with the police In running down a
rumor that Rhleldlana ea. nped from the
city aboard the Clement, a Booth coaat-
er which aalled on Monday for I he liar
badoea and South American porta.
POLICE MAKE UP REWARD P0R
In the hunt for 'hleMlana the police
have tho aid of mvuibere of tha Ken
atara atreet gang, with which Hire
waa aaioclated or membara of th gang
bay volunteered thalr aaalatanca and
are oetenalMy working wtth the pnltre.
Aid In the aaarch la ajao being given
by the merchant, raataurant keepera
and billiard room proprlatora of down
town 'Little Italy." who have aub
acrlned MM toward a reward for the
capture of the ai.'&aaln. Policemen nf
Uie Mulb.-r.y atreet atatlon have con
tributed 1100 to thia fund, and tha Ta-
trnlmrn'a Benevolent Aaenclatlon liaa
been naked to donate enough to make
the reward H.4M. The police belief la
that ghlaldtana la hiding with frlenda
In one of the Italian qaartera of th
dly and Uiat the offer of a reward will
ba a powerful factor In bringing hla
hiding place to light.
Iollcmen who attended thr funeral of
111 i yealerday reported to Coninilanloii-
I Dougherty that there v. a a large at
tendant of mrmbeia of the Kenmart
atreet gang and other ganga who have
flocked Into the Third Aaaembly Dis
trict aiiiiv u primary fight haa been In
augurated by Urry Mulligan and I'aiUI)
Sullivan to dethrone Senator J. C. 1'iti
gerald from the leaderalilp.
Karh of thr Kenmare atreet gangmen
touched the coffin and then placed the
doubled up Index linger of hla right hand
In hla mouth and bit the Joint. Tula la
ad by Italian detective to he the
IclUan method of vowing vengeance (or
the death of a comrade.
Mr. I.oaaatreel rear OpBasltUa
WAatlllNUTo.N, May 7 - -Mia 11. . o
D. langatrret, Poatmlatieaa at Ualnee
ille, Ua., widow of the former Confc.l
erate general, haa addressed the clenali
setting out her fears that Influences hrr
working aaalnat her reappointment
her confirmation ahould President
aon netnie her. PresUleut Tafl reap
pointed Mra. laMigalrrel ovr aomin
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!f you're good and your companion la
me latter will be brought up 10
your Isvel in iV eyes of 111 communllj.
j only works tha other way.
Slain Policeman Being Carried From Home
On Shoulders of Comrades at Funeral To-Day.
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HEROINE OF THE SKIS
SAVES GIRL FRIENDS
Trio Arrive Here After Thrill
ing Experience Amid
Snows of Norwav.
Three Xoitvevlau girls of the lithe,
plnk-rhfeked, blond type nf outdoor
folk woo live beside the fiords arrived
to-day oh the Scandinavian American
liner C, F. Tletjen. They were Augusta
Christiansen of Clirlstlanla. Ktnlly Kl
lertaen of No. 1VU Lincoln Parkway,
fhlrago. and Alma Tredge of No. tit
. riihi . . oiitl itrt'iL Nfw York.
Kuch had tucked under her arm. aa she
ram down the gangplank a carefully
w rapped pair of skls-lhclr most pre-
MIm Trodge Is th holder of manv of
the championships of the skiing contests
at Hoten. north of Chrlatlanla. She
goes heck to Norway every winter ti
defend her title and win new honors.
Miss ' aj-i. tinnaen slso has a local rrpu
tatlon.for speed and aklll on the long
wooden skates. Miss Kllertsen went
rom Chicago to Norway for a visit with
her childhood friend. Mia Christiansen.
They becam acquainted with Mlas
Tredge at Horton during the ekl race. I
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1ST IN MOUNTAINS
Along toward tha close of the mael u,rd Robert Cecil, advotatlng the bill,
Mlaa OtvrlsUaneen and Mia Kllertaaa , tended that to vote ugalnst It be
took a trip to th mountains. Thy ea I CttUMl o( n)inUnt outrages would ba
Bcted to be out only a few hour. andlutterly mogical and unworthy the hkf
carried only a ngni iunrn. usaiaasa oy
a snowstorm, they lost tiietr way. and
vre finally forced to take refuge In a
cava In a desolate mountainside.
AH the expert ski user at the meat
volunteered for the searching party when
they were missed. The Government sent
a company of soldiers to hslp. But It
waa Miss Tredge. working at th head
of a squad she led away from th gen
eral body of searchers, who found them
after throe day, starving and near
freeslng. The three eeparated after the
mret, and Miss Chrlstlsnaen ami Miss
Kllsrtsan lost Miss Tredge's addr, and
never expected to see her again.
The two adventurous friends were
overjoyed to find Miss Tredge on th
Tletjen. They were litsspai aXile on the
voyage, to the comic sorrow of several
young men who seemed to desire Iso
lated conversation with any or all of th
throe. Miss Trsdge will entertain her
friends here for a weak or taxi, and haa
promised to visit In Chicago the girls
whose lives sh saved.
two killed Then auto
CRASHES INTO TROLLEY.
ISpsetal to The Kiealai W orld i
XMIIl..UK.PllfA. May 7. -Two par
miih were killed thla sftrrnonu when an
automobile in whlcii they wtr tiling
down rikipvack Hill, tu-.it- Collegevll
crashed Into a crowded trolley car. Otto
of the victim Is the drh er of tilu oar
who la iK-ltevnd to h William Engle,
chauffeur for William Uerstlry jr. of No.
2i Huuth ttlevsnth'slrcet. this city. The
other t Icttin Is thought to be a frlnnd
of Kiutle whom he io. k.. I up along the
toad while out testing the car, which
had racaajttle bean purchased.
The culllelon occurred on a stsep In
cline, and aa the machine waa going at
.....i r about tirtv miles at tte time
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I tlir Undies were cstspuitd into a creek.
1 which okirta thr road about rtfty yards
,11111! The pasngei on the trolln
car escaped Injuria
a a a a ., l - I lt l
(Continued from Firat I'age.)
uffrage bill In the House uf Commons
Although strongly oppoaed by 1'remlcr
Asuilth. and, tlirreforr. officially by the
party In power, the suffrage bill tocured
a malirlty of three among those In the
House of Commons voting purely upon
the gucMtlon Itself. The bill aa de
feated by u majority of 47.
Sir Edward Urry, Hecretary for
Foreign Affairs, aupported the bill. He
said there was ample evidence that a
vary large aectloa of the women of the
country had ahown by constitutional
"" JJB nfran-
easement of their .... M lltanoy he
characterised aa "the Inconsiderate and
criminal conduct uf a amall body of
repreaentatlva Individuate, with whose
otitragas th law had dealt and ought
to daal severely. '
He contended that th demonstrated
aptitude of women In dealing with ab
struse economic, questions Involvsd in
Bnd nluill.llkl ugi.uvtton proved
th,t th),y w pOM,Me)i ot .ufflclent
inulliBelu. to pa Jud,mCnt on ques-
Qf t0Ttlgn wnlch wrtJ Ur
, comnllcatad and a.ldom a laauo
. . ,en,,-i alectlona
gtandard of Intelligence claimed by the
members of tho House of Commons.
Tha Bight Hon. Walter Hum Long,
In opposing th metunirr, contended
Shut tli passu of the Mil would not
top militant tactics but would only
lead to fiercer agitation for a larger
measure of enfranchisement.
A motion to reject the bill waa car-
riad-aM to Ml
Th Houss was thronged and per
vaded with an atmosphere of electrical
scltament when the division wss called
on th motion of Arnold Ward, son of
Mra. Humphry Ward, the author, to
reject the bill. Among those who voted
for th measure ware:
Ir Edward Orey. Foreign Minister;
Chancellor of Exchequer Lloyd Ueorge:
President of the Board of Trade Syd
ney Buxton; Chief Secretary for Ire
land Augustine Blrrsll; President of
Agriculture Walter lluncl'iian; b.r
Hums Isaac. Attorney (lenctal; and
Undar Hecretarle Sir John Simon, C.
r. U. Masterman, F. D. Acland, Dr.
Macnamax and McKlnnon Wood. Tha
only front bench Unionist . supporting
th bill waa Stuart-Wortley.
Among those voting with Premier
Asqullh agalnat the bill were:
Horn Secretary McKenaa. Flrat Lord
of tha Admiralty Winston Churchill,
LewU Haroourt, 0, K. Hobhousa, J. K.
B. Seely, Josep'-i Peas and Herbert
Samuel; and on the Tory aide Lord
Edmund Talbot, Sir Robert Klulay. Sir
William Anson, Waltsr Long, F. U.
Cmlth and ex-speaker Chaplin.
Neither Mr. Balfour nor his successor
aa Colonist leader, Uonar Law, voted.
The last Women's Suffrage Bill was
defeated by Ml to Ml last ysar.
Mode. I t.raguale.
irYiim lbs St. ful ISajiatrh
"1 wonder atiy that chap la alwava
"Well, you ass, h graduated .'rom the
school of sxperlence, and that lnatltu
tloa has no oolleg yell."
SHOWS A MAJORITY
FOR GIVING DALLOT
---f - --- a $ j -"V'i.
AS VOTER BROUGHT OUT
BY A MILITANT QUERY
Secretary Says He Is American
Citizen and Could Not
Cast Ballot in Scotland.
bONDOMi May 7 .Mlas Mae Scott
Troy, the Huffragette of Han Francisco,
cable.! to-day to Andrew Carnegie as
"What rlKht have you to pose aa an
American cltlxen when yau are regls
Icred na a voter In the parish of Dor
noch, In the County of Sutherland,
Ncotlnnd. You are voter No. 11 on th
ofltciul list received by me to-day from
the Sheriff of the county. Why did
KIiik ICUwurd offer you a Dukedom?"
Mr. Cnmugte la dcxcrlbed on the vote
lux list aa, "Occupation, aentlaman.
Place uf abode, Hklbo Castle."
Mr. Caineglu Is an American aaSL.
ten," suld James Bertram, his private
secretary, to-day. "He became so with
out naturalisation because he came her
as a minor when he was eleven years
old and hla father was naturalised be
fore he became of age. If he Is regis
tered as a voter In Scotland ha hni
nothing to do with It personally. He
Is a property owner there and Jilt
name probably npp.ara on the rt-ublrv
list lu connection with that fact. He
could not vote in that country be
cauao he la an alien' there."
JAPAN INVITES AMERICAN
BALL TEAM TO PLAY THERE.
SKATTLK. Waaa.. May 7. To prove
that International complications can't
spoil prospects for a baseball rles
Meljl University of Toklo to-day cabled
the University of Washington baseball
nine an Invitation to visit Japan for a
series of games, with all expenses paid
The Jap want the university lads to
leave here on Aug. . and return Oot. H
The faculty has taken the invitation
l.j neh'a Action Barprlaed Owen.
Cltrc AtKI. May 7. "Brick" Owen
depoaeJ by President Lynch aa a Na
tlonal League umpire, laft for St loult
to.lay and will go from there to hla
home In Kansas City.
"I. inch's action waa a great aurprla
to me." said Owen. "A foul tip struck
me on the foot last week and I In
tend ho. to stay In Chicago a few daya
to allow my foot to get bettor."
Is as important ia your physical system
as in your house. Take
braparilla th true Mood purifier.
PLAN IS FAVORED
Comptroller Declares It Su
perior to That or Board's
Tn t'oney Island boardwalk project.
a aMEBawM by The Rvenlng World, was
again dlscusred to-dsy 4y the Commit
tee of the lloar.l of Kstlmato having th.
matter In charge. Th Comptroller, who
la a member of the Committee, said M
was favorably Impreaaed with the plan
of Oen. Wlngate to build breakwater.
The structures will enable the natu
ral building of the bench proper, be
cause of the action of the ocenn wa"e.
The so-called Wlngate plan, because of
Its economy and practicability, appeals
to the Comptroller, lie admitted the
plan of th city should give e-ay to th-j
more practicable Wlngate idea. Apropos
of the entire situation, the Comptroller
"I think the Wlngate Man I better
than ours, for not only doex It appear
to be mot a-economical, but It also takes
Into consideration the addition to the
beach, and our plan make no provision
for the rehabilitation of the beach at
The Comptroller told Walter E. War
nrr, who appeared at the huad of a
delegation from the West End Improve
ment League, that while the committee
might consider any plan le.-s expensive.
It positively would not consider one
more expensive than the one it has al
ready advanced. Mr. Warner had ob
jected particularly to the Wlngute plan
and said that while the members of the
West End Improvement League consid
ered th committee's plan preferable to
that, they still thought the League's
original plan, calling for th acquisition
of a lto-foot-wlde sttlp of upland for
the boardwalk, was the beat of all.
'The plan we have advanced Is Juat
aa far as w are willing to go," aald
th Comptroller emphatically.
Comptroller Prendergaet admitted
the city' plan would Involve the de
struction of good deal of property
nont built up to high water line. Uen.
Wlngate declared this plan would cost
between ta.uOO.000 and K.OUD.UOO. His
plan would not cost mora than one
tenth of thla sum, lis said.
WON'T QUIT FAITH FOR TITLE.
Baltimore Girl. Kre Coantesa.
Will Xo Join catholic Charch.
B A LLTI MORE, Md May 7. -MM
Louis Warfleld will not abandon 1 -religious
faith when she weds Co .
Vladimir Ledochowskl on Thursdn
She made this announcement to-day
when discussing her approaching wed
ding at th horn of her father. Edwin
Warfleld, formerly Governor.
"You may say," said Miss Warflald,
that I never have considered adopting
th Catholic faith."
The ceremony will be performed by
the Rev. William A. Fletcher of th
Cathedral, and Cardinal O (boons will
irraw th Boston Trasaeris,)
I accused Jack of being a male co
"What did tie say?"
"He said his continued philandering
was merely a course ot sentimental ex
errlse he wa taking to keap his heart
yagg SOB TUB COt PON.
Two hsaaUfal natsrovara, sepias ef
fajsssaa palatlasa, will be gtvaa with seal
fMusday's World, fkture aea suitable fas
fraastegt aa heavj art paper, aad represeat
historic sahjaeta. the erlgnkala af sees
being la the MsWsasMtaa Maaeeaa aad
other great aH ewllsetssaa. Order aesl
Buaauw'a World la advaac.
I lor Wednesday
.alas arts She. bat to-day
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GOV. SULZER CALLS
THE EXTRA SESSION
TO MEET JUNE 18
Likely to Include Niagara
Power and Stock Exchange
ALBANY. May 7.-Oov. Suiter an
nounced ( a conference of direct pri
mary advocate to-day that h would
call upon the Legislature to reconvj
In extraordinary session on June It to
consider direct prltnsry ni other lag
Qov. flutspr i;!'l t.)-lu. he had received
a letter frm United state Senator
U'llorman, expressing regret that the
legislature oacl failed to pass the bill
designed to give New York Stale con
trol over tie dlveislon of waters at
Nlaga-a Falls for power purposes. The
Legislature passed a resolution provid
ing; for an Investigation nf the subject
by a lefialattve committee which Is to
report next year.
The Governor Is considering the ad
visability of renewing his tecum
nundutlon for the passage of this bill
at the extraordinary session of the
Legislature. He also has under advise
ment tha question of again asking th
Legislature to pass a bill to Incorpo
rate the New York Stock Exchange.
The Clovernor believes that unless
tho State takes favorable action on
these propositions the Federul Govern
ment will assume control over them.
The Governor says lie signed the
Frawtey laws. Increasing from 4 to l'
per cent, the rate of Interest on State
bonds held by trust companies, savings
hanks and Insurance companies, upon
Information furnished by tbt Stat
Comptroller's office. He Bays lie will In
vestigate the matter.
ILLINOIS SENATE PASSES
VOTES FOR WOMEN BILL
SPniVOKIIOL-D. HI, Msy 7 Senator
Maglll's woman suffrage bill was passed
In the Senate thla afternoon, 38 to l.v
Thr bill gives woman all voting rights,
without a o .stltutlonal amendment.
It gives them the right to vote In city,
village and other local elections.
(seta S 10, CM Ml for I .sea of l.ea.
A verdict for flO.OUO damage was
awgrded yesterday by a Jury before
Supreme Court Juatlrs Van Slclen, In
Long Island City, to Orlando W. Brown
of Rockvllle Centre, who sued tha Long
Island Railroad Company for Injuria
received In January, 1N1 Brown was
HAVE YOU TRIED ITT
COLD MEATS & SANDWICHES
Ar Lifted from th Commoaalae and
Msds Taaty and Plauant When Baton with
GULDEN 8 MUSTARD.
snd a Delicious Salad- DrsaalUs Is
by addlns vinegar.
Bald hy Dettn
Importers of Winei
Cordially Invite all their customers and
friends to the opening of their new
quarters to-morrow, May a, at
142-144 Grand St.,
Special lor Tbunday
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truck by a wcomotlva and Ma right
leg waa cut off. Ha naked for 2S,no
i From tha Chleaao Trunin 1
Bealde alnglng for the expert, the had
given him the entire etory of her life
"Madam." he aald. after ah had fin
ished, "you have a voice of magnifi
"Oh, thank you so much!"
"A voice of magnificent promise, ma
dam for conversational purposes."
Then our approval rental plan
will interest you, for it is often
the best way to buy and to br
surc of securing a piano that
We rent new Pease Pianos al
$5 monthly and a small charge
for cartage one way only (usually
$3). and then if you buy within
6 months we allow the full
amount paid and give you :i
years to pay the balance.
are not an experiment; there is
over 3 generations of practical
experience used to-day in their
manufacture that is why we
can place our pianos out' on this
approval rental basis and feel
sure they will please you.
Prices now from $395 up.
Used pianos at liberal reductions.
Write for 1913 catalog.
PEJtSE PIANO CO.,
34 n.tbuah Are.
10 NtW St.
A full Una of Victor and Columbia
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362 Brodway''"w York
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58 3dAyg.,N. Y., 1 225 Wast 42d St,
aaa loth St. I West of B war.
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MoTl.K. natlv of Parish and Nachar
cloon. County kfenahan. Ireland.
Kunral from br lata raaldanea, 16
ad a vs.. on Friday at 10 A. M. . tbanos
to Church of St. Jean ltaptlata. 1X4 R
Tttth at. intoi'inont Holy Seeulchra
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(n Wsldsl. bslovad wlfa of William
runaral Thursday. May I, from her
lata resident:. ST Rsst lutth at. gar
vie, at 1 V. M lntrrosnt Crprsss Hllta
LOST, POUND AND REWARDS.
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