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TBI IHtlfO WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT S, ltlS.
TAKESHOLD JUNE 1
Statement From the White
House Makes This Official
TAMMANY RAY OF HOPE
New Appointee Will Not Bar
Any Efficient Dem
ocrat. John Pjrroy Mllrhe, President of the
Board of Aldermen, dee'dsd to-dar to
aseept lha office of Collector of lai Port
wlta the prorlao that ha bo allowed to
remain In hla present position until Juno
1. A daapatch from Washington states
that PreaMant Wilson haa sgreed to Mr.
JUtehel's stipulation and that In admin
tetratlve clrclaa Mr. Mllrhel s sceeptsnce
la halted w.th jor aa the happy solution
of a problem that haa born csuslng the
Prealdrnt considerable e nl.arrassment.
Mr. Mltehel waa non-eommltlel when
ho reachtd hla nfflre toiay. II .aid
he had been told that President Wlleon
would have aomething to a about the
appointment and that out of courtesy to
be Prealdant he would remain allenl
I after the Executive had apoken.
rasiaent w llson gave out lua staia-
ntawt at 11 o'clock. It reads aa followa:
' Mr. John Purroy Mltehel haa accepted
appointment aa Collector of Cuatoma at
New Tork et the Prealdent'e rsgusst.
At no time haa Mr. Mltehel been a ran
dldate for the office, lie feela blmeelf
to be under obligation to c om hide
certain Important mattera now before
the rommitteee of the Hoard of Batlmata
and Apportionment of the city of New
Vera, of which he la chairman, notably
the organisation of terminal rarltltlea
ow the weet aide of Manhattan Island
an J the organisation of railroad and
marine terminal facilities In South
Brooklyn, and ha la reluctant to aur
render hla preaent oOce while thaw
remain unfinished. The President,
feeogalalng the Importance of these
PSjMlo mattera, la wiinBf rhst Mr.
MMchers assumption of the Swiss of
oaUsctor takes place on Jans 1."
MAYOR IS WORRY THAT MITCHBL
Mayor Osynse , after a conference
with Mr. Mltehel in his office over
city affairs that ml ht be affected by
the resignation sf ths Aldsrananlc Pres
ident, lasusd ths following atatament:
"I am moat anxious Is have Mr.
Mltehel remain - h at until Ike) mat
tar uf ths re-looaUon sf Us New Tera
Central traeka and of the Marginal Rail
way along the Brooklyn docks from
Brooklyn Bridge to Hlxty-flf th atraet are
settled. "We hare worked together ao
long In thaas two great mattera that I
do aot sss hew I can set along la them
altheet him. I am eorry to leas him.
Its la a great worker saw unaalBah. I
wish he oosld avoid seosptJag the Col
leeiorshlp altogether But If ha will stay
by ma until June 1 I shall have to be
Mr. Mltrh-1 waa aaked to-day If there
"is any condition Impoaed upon him
In hla appointment by the Prsnl.nt.
He said: "No obligation was laid upon
ns sf aay kind none expr.ee sr Ira
leUaf." Can Senator oOoriaan claim thi
credit of your appointment? Is your
appointment astlafactory to Tammany
I have no comment to make. The
I're. dent haa atated, as I havs stated,
ihat Ihla appointment waa on hla per
anal request to me, and that Is ths
fast, That requsst Was preferred to
HM the day before yealerday."
HI! APPOINTMENT CAM! TO MIM
At A lURMIII,
Is this ths Aral time ths Prealdant
poke to you about the ColleetorshlpT"
"Thla la 'he first time that ths Preal.
dent took up ths matter with me, and
it esw.ee is me aa a great surprlis."
"Will you prefer party men In your
"Vou look back to ths appointments
that I have made In ths city govsrn
neat and I think ths; will answer
that uusetion. I shsuld way that ths
fact that a man was a Democrat would
i.e no disqualification for offlos. I am
"Would It make aay difference If a
man was a Tammany manf
"4 think you will And that whars I
ve (sand efficient me, . whose sf
'Irlsncy was proved, wh'ss reliability
vest proved, whose Intrfrtty and ap
illeatloa to their ,-ervlos were
lirevsu. as, for eaample, si." "'.Is at
ny office, political aasoclatlons tiave
made no difference with me In any of
my appointment. Thoss euallAoa
ilone ars prerequisites."
Boyle to a Tammany man.
(Fresi the lain OejeaawaJ
Ths farLhing. which In tha forties waa
being sxuhengsd for Home'a "Orion,
was ones quits aa Important lit Us coin.
In the fsurissalb century, far Instance.
Urn tl oi i t bakars and publicans, by order
af ths Lord Mayar, wars obliged to
eupply farthlngsworths of braad and
beer ts ths poor. And ths priest, too.
was not allowed to charge mors for a
mass to tha very poor. "Ns chance"
excuses were impassible, Supplies af
farthings wara to be obtained at ths
Onlldliell, and tha baker or publican
who "ran out" of change waa forosd to
'Mat'' natrons to their fartntngwworUia
of bread and Veer, To-day one rarely
assa tha eeto. dines lhM, however, Hi,.
WW,) farthings havs bees minted
ars eBay t
Americans Easy Marks,
""T""rrrrrr"r - 'i
'Foreigners Get Their
Living Off Travelling
Yank I Saw Thou
and of Thorn in Rome
and It Wat Like a Cara
van Fallon into the
Hondo of a Band of
"Why Don't Americans
Go Sightseeing in Thoir
Own Country?" Ho Asks
and Adder "Ours It the
Real Wonderland, With
Scenery and Buildings
to Beat Anything in
Marguerite Mooere Marshall.
Your own country, pour own '
Aouir, your own husband, your swn
Irving BarheUsr. author of "Keeping
I'p With I.lssls" and other popular
novala, thua phraaed for me hla philos
ophy, a almple, homespun brand which
baa sndearod Mi. Bsrhcllsr to a treat
many thousands of hla hnuieapun conn-
iryn,, n Ilia latest fictional rendering of
It, "The It. i hi n of Orlggsliy," appi.irs
to-day. and h hlmaelf has Just re
turned from Kuropo with sn even mors
settled conviction thst the bsat plitce
for Americana la America.
- The atttrlaaa to Barops to
stmply aa easy mark," he main
tained "The aaUrss get their Uv.
lag oft? ths travelling American
man and woman. In Boms, while
t was there, soma tsa thousand
visitors (ram ths Vnltod Btatea
sams to tha city, and wars charged
tgttlal -American prteea' for everything-.
II waa Ilka a saravaa fallen
Into tha hands of brlyaada."
"But Americana don't havs to go
abroad," I reminded Mr. Baohellar.
NEVER GET THE WORTH OF
They think rhey have to," he re
turned. And then ths Yankee threead
nsss of ths creator of "Ebon Holden"
assarted Itaslf. "I wouldn't mind so
much," ha admitted, "If they got aay
real worth (or thalr money. But Utty
don't 1 Nine-tenths at tha Americans In
Europe ars not enjoying raemsetvea.
! faat, thsy'rs distinctly uncomfort
able. Really, tha only satisfaction they
at oat of swing abroad is tha ability
to say Ihat they've boon there whsn
they gal bash homo."
"Have you road Ihat fabla of George
Ado's," I asked, "about the man and
his wlfa travelling around ths world?
Thsy nsvsr Stick their noses outslds
than- hotels, but spend all thalr
mailing picture post cards."
Mr, liaohsller nodded and his
blus area twlnklsd. Ths bast way of
dsscrtblng him Is to any that ha looks
ae If he might havs walked out of one
of his own Naw England books. Ilia
frame la tall and loosely hung aad
hla gray eyebrows havs that curious
pent -house affect whloh ana finds In
ao many Revolutionary portraits. Hs
continually carassss hla cloas-croppsd
musiacna ana smooth -aha van ohln In
the pauses of his rather meditative
convcrsatlon-anotaor Naw Ensland
trlok. Finally, hs Is no mors subtls
than his chscksrbeny. flavored satire,
but about the man and hla work there
hange tha aama atmoaphere of mingled
klndltnoae and common ssnse.
"I uasd to watch tha parties of Ameri
cana In Roma," hs resumed. rw a
slight pauas. -Thay'd anlloo throuwb
the gallerlee. pausing for half n mlnuts
In front of ons picture or another,
looking ao tired and so unawsksnsd.
They weren't really appreciating- what
they aaw. They didn't take away any
thing, escapt a fund sf misinformation.
"Why doat Amsrlsaas gs stoht
saalng In thstr swn so ma try t omrs
to ths seal wsadsrtond. I havsat
Sem inn sU ahnreh at any other
bwBBJ aSjaalasa alaas rvs boon
gone that bsfflas to compare la
bsaaty with ths aswly talshsd
tollsst ballatog hsss la Bow Tsrk.
I haven't behold aay natural sosa
sry leveller than puses right bars
"And you found travelling In Europe
both uncomfortable and oipenatveT" I
prompted, aa Mr. Baehellera faint, but
determined, accents dlsd away. In ons
thing only I did not recognise a Tankoa
oountrymsn-ths aatraordlnarlly low.
"Bvsry American abroad muat find
the hotels and tralna uncomfortable,
compared with what he la uaed to at
home. But he will discover an even
greater eonlraat In the amount of
money he haa to spsnd.
"Bvsry foreigner baa hla hand
oat to the Amsrtoaa.
1 want to ssnd my trunks on board
Up. I fss a man to take them t.i
the wharf. I fee another man to set
them from the wharf to the tender. Oa
ths tender la still anolhsr official whom
I must tip If I want to bs surs that
ths trunks will bs transfsrred to ths
ship. Bo It goss.
MUET TIP ALL THE HOTEL
"It your hotsl bill Is 1,000 franca
rou oan't gat out by paying leaa thin
tot francs to ths tsrvsnts, In sddltlon
to ths gratultlss you may have given i
during your stay. There le a regulir
llns-up at ths door on your departure.
And you can hardly blame ths servant. 1
It is undrrstood thst ihrss-fourihs if
their salary shall oome from tha gueata.
aad of oourae Americana are expected
to contribute the Uoa'a ahare.
"And you tannol trust any ons with
Whom you havs desllngs. If you go
thopplag yoa must maks It aruleaevor
t. pay th. Sr.. pr.es s.kvd. Tou can-
"' vm. s -' - iiui saa ae oi
- iHYvmcin rmrireruTjimu uaAJUTjTjinj'
recommended by ths managemanl of
the hotel where you are alaylng. Tou
cannot (nut hlin to so to the railway
station and buy tickets. He will chsat
you rn ths pries of them If he can.
"When I was leaving Horns I sent my
gubtu to buy tlcksts snd mset me with
them st the ststlon. He srranged It
very cleverly. He was purposely lats,
for the price of the tlcketa la marked
on thrm, and he didn't want ma to
null It until I waa In the train. Bo
he em-reeded in doing tne out or eight
"Now that couldn't hapnen In Amer
ica," Mr. Barheller ended, with con
viction. "Or If a guide recommended
by a hotel did do auch a thing, the
hotel would make good the dsflclt. Not
ao In Europe! The hotel manager thsrs
seems to assums that you go about
with y nir Ufa In your hand, and that
you take your own meaauraa of sslf
defciia sgnlnat robbery.
"V ths Asasrtsaa man to
cheated la Barops, th
woman to offtsn shea tod worse m
ass? bargaining (at a titled Iran,
band. Thsrs Isn't a rsstanraat la
Italy whsr yen went tad two or
thrss sonata and probably a prints
among- Us waiters. That ahswa
how mash thalr titles ars worth,
t hoard af only ons happy inter
national marriage, aad 1 have my
dsnbta about that one,
"Tha Italian la not good-looking, but
ha is a good lover. Hs ssst a pretty,
prospsrous American gift oi ths itrsst,
and follows haf about (of a few days,
ha. of courts, notices this nod Is
thrilled with ths 'romance.' Then ths
Italian marches boldly up to bar chape
ron and Insists on being presented.
His airs snd graces and fins-sounding
nsms mshs such an Impression that ha
frequently swssps all before htm. If
necessary, ha follows ths girl across ths
Alps to Francs, In ths snd, thsy
marry. Perhaps hs loves her; perhaps
hs Isn't an uttsrly bad fellow. But un
less ehe has an enormous amount of
money shs Is snubbsd by his relatives
and Ms frlsnds. Her father waa a
tradoaman,' they aay. or. 'Her grand
father waa a blackamlth.'
"If shs Is saossdlngly wsalthy, what
hsppensT 8 he buys a plaos In tha most
unutterably corrupt soclely In the world.
is almost doomed to uahanplnoas
In ons form or another.''
Evldsntly Mr. Bachtller Is a arm be
Usvsr In ths good old doolrlns of stay
ing at horns and saving ypur money.
IMPATIENT BABY SISTER
TUMBLES TWO STORIES.
If Little Agnes Shall Live She Will
Never Be Able to Walk
Tom Tracsy and hla alstsrs. Marga
ret and Agnaa Tom only twelve and
little Agnes thrss ysars old-hav been
mothsrlsss for more than a yaar. Thalr
aunt, Kuta Donovan, haa triad to
mother them while their father. John,
waa at work. They lived In an apart
ment at No. 410 Dagraw street, Brook
Tom waa lata returning from sohool
to lunch to-day, and little Agnes, who
waa vary hungry, grew Impatient Bite
waa watching for him at tha opan win
dow, and when eha aaw htm aha about
el (or him to hurry. Tom pretended to
loiter and the baby slstsr grew angry
Hsfaf' ' ' wH
J asfa! I
leaning far out of ths window to thrltk Immediately rushed la a direction oppo
Imperative calla to hurry. tltt from the tchool. In charge of aev.
Agntt leaned too far and fall two oral atrlkere. The concerted attack of
atorlea, almoat at Tom'a feat. After a the police, parent! and teachsrs' brlgads,
strangsr had carrlsd ths Utile ons Into I however, rent ths bold plcksts scurrying
ths house an ambulance came from the ! Into school.
Holy Family Hoapltal and took bar e
away. There le little chance that ehe Til UCi I pi Cl 16 ADIUTCn
will live, and If ahe Uoea ahe will never i 1 WaHbtj LtM lo UHAN I fcU.
leavs a chulr.
YARMOUTH TO WED AGAIN.
noted to Woman With M ,10,000.
LONDON, May (-The Marqule of
Hertford, former husband of Allcs
Thaw of fltteburgh, whose marriage ' i" e. oriee
.nnuii-s .,!.-"!'" r to' forwarding leglelatlon In
about to marry again. Thr prospective
t.ria- n I v. - -- l ,
to hi r by her former husband.
riBIOl M hlAtTBR CUSTOM.
ifivn lbs tannins Oluvalvla. I
A 'Minus kjaslsr custom haa been
observed for many isnturlrs In His
Western Alps. One hundred eggs are
distributed over a level apaos covirrud
with aand. and the young man an.l
women perform a dance around theiu.
If a couple are fortunate enough to
flnlah the dunce without breaklag an
egg It Is taken as a token of the com
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patibility of their tsmperamsnts, and
at 'toed lof ...to. 'toawl
ear rm eiewsverew.
"RED SOX" SWING
IN BATTLE ROYAL
Two Men Spiked and Half
Dozen Marked in Fray
CLF.VKMSB, 0 btay lA1though
several member, sf the Napa and Bod
Bos bora slightly bruised and out faeaa,
to-day, not a player could be found who
Would directly admit that t free-for-all
fight hsd taken place at '.he cloee of
yesterday's gsmo bat. Details of ths
battle, however, leaked out from verlnue
Atoordtng to the generally accepted
version of ths fray, a fight alerted In
the uaderground naaaate leading to the
dressing room, when Inflsldsr Olson,
of ths Nana, and Catcher Nunemaher
of fhe Boa, eschanged a faw ugly words
quickly followed hy blown. While noma
of the ptayera attempted to separate
the combatants, others Joined In ths
fray and within a few seconds, a free-for-all
battle was In progress. It
waged (or at lsatt ten minutes. Trlt
Speaker emerged with three tplhe
merke on his head.
Catcher Carrlgan received a savers
jolt on the law that put him out. Half
a dossn members of both cluba eama
from the dreaaing rooms with swollen
(acss, patrhss of skin off and other
merke of rough uaage.
Tha fight wae the result tl bad blood
engendered during the game, which the
Napa took. 4 to 1. Outfielder Oraney waa
knooked unconertou when Cttowtf Car
rlgan blocked him at home. Shortstop
Janvrln waa knocked i.earf over nosls off
second when Oarlsch butted Into him,
and Pitcher Footer waa spiked Hard
words paaaed between the two teama
all during the .unn-.
lloth Manager Birmingham and Act
ing Manager Wagner profi-Kaed to know
nothing of the fight to-day.
1,000 PUPILS STRIKE
Smash Windows, Parade and
Post Pickets to Keep the
BOSTON, Mais , May I. -The school
children's strike In Oreater Boaton aa
sumed alarming proportions to-day
when the ranks of ths malcontents were
awelled by new strikers and more dam
age to tohool windowa waa reported.
Tha police threatened drastlo action to
day. It waa sstlmatsd that over 1,009
children In Cambridge, Ronbury, South
Boston aad aeveral other auburba have
"atruok" and more are expected to "go
out" unlaaa their "dtmande" for ahorter
hours art granted.
The youthful atrlkerf demands are
rather vagus, but In general ars for ons
esseton, from IB) to LB). 0me of ths
"radtoala," however, demand shortsr
Tha oMldran formed in para lea la
aach of the affected eectiona. Several
hundred windows wars smashed. Al
ternate by tha police sffectuslly to break
up the procession wars futile, as ths
youngsters skipped through alltya to
the neat parallel street and continued
Borawia "Wa Want Our Blghte"
adorned the atdewalka In nearly ovary
aeetloa of ths city and auburba to-day.
I while crowds of children wore placards
eeuing rortn their grievances. Ths strike
spread to Mllford, where tha Draper
mill tie-up it on, and fifty children of
ths strikers declared a ttrlks of their
A squad of police, reinforced by par
ents, teachers and big brothers, to-day
routed about one hundred "plcketo" la
South Boaton who had prevented any
pupils from sntsrlng the achools. Up to
tha time of ths noiiee Interfsrtnce ths
picketing waa a grant outcast. Any
boy who did not loin the striker a waa
To Appear Before Vraad Jury To
Morrow In Alleged Bribery
Stephen J. Stllwell, whose impaa-
(nil at1 ri I mat ainn frilsws avnaaaa linn .. . v.
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;h::::: izrzitmsw ot discrimination m mat h.
K , n.lsli it,,,! v.. a . 11 ,i,,i . , .
' r" 'r'"m
which the Preeldent of the New York
Dank Note Company waa Intereeted,
i win n v.i ...1.-1 . .
I elllwell had usked permission to an.
peur and to answer uusstlons, and had
suggssted that he would waive all
claim to Immunity.
Mils I. tin- Allen and Vlce-Prssldant
UeorKe A. Fields uf ths bank note com-
" ' , " . '
"T ' r . . "'""'' uy '
en ssotinwa n asnaie
Investigation Hint they had overheard
stiiwvil s Monona 1 unvsrsauons with . That ia why a life ihat It full of aor
KsAdtU, Uateiilug on extension wires. row and suffering may be essentially a
Miss Allen la Mr. Kendall's steeoaeanh.
er. It ,. auonoaed thai -- ----TT -
h-r acc.u,,,. of h. oonvtton.
1 to sat vsraawi sarr.
RARE IDS BROUGHT
HERE FROM TROPICS
FOR LOCAL MUSEUM
Natural History Expedition
Returns After Six Months in
Birds of nil deorriptltni arrived to-day
on the Santa Marta of tha United Fruit
line, In from Wert Indian and South
American porta birds with beautiful
plumage, with long and short tails:
birds with little feet and little fell's,
and blrda with big feat and bills as bl2
as the plumber's. To be sura they were
all dead, .but they will look ae natural
aa life when they era appropriately
Krouped In the Anierlcaa Museum of
In all there are In the neighborhood
or l.ttn birds snd I'm mammals In the
party which haa them In charge are five
tclentltto of the Museum. They are
George K. Cherrte, famoua hunter, oa
ptorer and msln gulds of ths party;
Lou la Fusrtss, great painter of blrda
and Inndacapee, who want with the
party to get color for the eetllng of the
blrda In the Museum Paul E. Howea
and Thomas nine, naturalists, and
(leoffrsy O'Connell, mammal man.
The man have been away from Nr-w
Tork sla months. They went up ths
Magdalene River In Colombia aa far na
canoee would take them, then they took
the mule trail for Bogota. Then upstream
they went So thr l.lauaa district on the
eaat range of the Andea. There thrv
ahot and trapped birds and enlmal.
Fuertaa ahot a rat. the like of whkli
none of the party had ever arn. It waa
thirty Inchea long, with long grayish
hair and a tealy vii. It had a head Hka
a squirrel and had fuur to-s on rsr'i
foot, two ons ons aide and two en Ihs
other. This' permuted him to walk
along fragile limbo like a tight-rope per
former. They brought the ret home
with them aftsr miffing It.
Ons of ths pnrty saw, but failed to
got, a apse lee of that famoua and rare
llrd, known at the chlgworlo. The tbjf
werie appears only at twilight, and
hence la known as the gloom bird. It
was Mr. Ring who aaw It. Mr. Ring
one night waa thrumming a mandolin
when lie heard a weird cry. Then the
song of a bird followed, such as he had
newer heard. The bird had oome to the
edge of the forest. It was about three
feet high, and had long legs like a stork,
but ths (eat were splid as hoofs. The
head was large, the eyea luminous and
tha tall phoaphortscont.
Blag arott aad walked toward the
chlg wails, still playing hla mandolin.
But ths.btnd gave a toreoch aad disap
peared. COWGIRL LEAVES .HOSPITAL
TO WED AT SHOW TO-NIGHT.
Miss Griffiths Was Thrown Prom
Horse, but It Didn't Injure
Hit fact that aha was thrown from
her horse last night during a perform
ance of the WUd West flhow at Madison
Squnre Garden tnd to badly hurt that
she had to bs taken to Ballevue Hospi
tal Is not going to ksop Mlsa Ooldls
Qrimths, ont of tht oowglrll, from mar
rying Harry Smith, a cowboy, In (hs
arena at to-nlght'S performance, as
Miss Qrimths and Smith havs known
each other (our weeks, and, according
to Smith, ha fell In love at tight Miss
Griffiths la a vary pretty, dark-eysd
girl aad vary popular In tha circus.
Dr. Judson, who attended tht girl, re
ported this morning that aha could Itava
tha hoapltal. A (aw minutes after tint
news waa received at tht Madison
Bquara Garden there clattered down to
the hoapltal In all bhttr wUd Wtalcrn
regalia L. S. Basscsn end Mr. and Mrs.
"Cy" Compton. who are to bs witnesses
at tht marriage. Compton and Sasteen
gave a "Wrid Watt" show to the oaUente
who wara grouped on tha gallerlee. Tliey
daahsd up and down the tnclosurs pick
inj up handhtrohltft from thtlr horats'
backs tnd performing other feata of
horsemanship. Whsn Miss Griffiths ap
peared the was given a ssnd-off by tht
pat Unta. Bht mounted her hortt and
with bar wl masses started (or City
Hall to got tht marriage llctntt.
GIRLS WITH SLIT SKIRTS
HAD TO LEAVE SCHOOL
Los Angeles Students Protest,
Claiming Principal Showed
LO AVOELEfl, Cel.. May ("Silt
skirts" cannot be worn In Lot Angeles
srhoolt by aludento. The order cauaad
the absanoe from Polytechnic High
School to-day of Misses Levne and
Leonltas Parker, alatert, who wart told
to go homo and and chants thtlr rai
ment whan they tnttrad thtlr class
room with anklet twinkling through
vents In thalr sklrta.
Principal W. A. Dunn's ordar waa
vlgoroualy proteatsd by fsllow students
I a the Parker glrla, who aceuaad the
, ssswsii m w uM.mi vmiiivjrevi in
tno aonooi umcee to wear auch a aktrt.
(Flea Iks Kaaexi Car aiai.l
"It la only a poor sort of happiness
that could svar coma by caring very
muoh about our awn narrow pleas-
urea, ueorge auoi says in "Romola.
"We can only hive the hlaheat haonl
nsas such ss goss tlong with being a
great man, by having wide though tg
and much feeng for the rest of ths
world as well ae ourselves, and this
aart 0( happiness oftsn brings so much
?aln ".h ? w n,r U" 1
from pain by lis I al eg nhst we would
, choose before anything else because
our souls sss It Is good.
That la the great aeerat of happiness.
happy life. Itoal happiness it
th. mercy of that series of aocldsnta
Lnw.1 L:J"1 L." J"
CONEY ISLAND GIRL
WHO ELOPED PAYS
ID FOR ROMANCF
I and now he fare a suit tor anparatton.
W idow of Bath House kltptrayBTaw mZm BtwBkS
Added Codicil to W ill
She Had Made.
It cost Lucy A. Balmsr, daughter of!
the lata proprietor of Balmer'a Baths '
at Coney Island, nearly a third of a
million dollars to elope a year ago with
Kdward Noonan of No. (70 Ocean Ave
nue. Klatbuah. A eodlrll to the wilt of I
her mother. Mra. Catherine L. Balmer,
who died last Hunday at her home. No. 1
lit Garfield Place, revoked k clnuse
which had given thla amount to her
daughter, and changed a trust fnnrl,
planned to extend only to Mrs Noon
an'a thirty-fifth year, a trait until bar
death. She will still have the Income,
but Mra. Maimer atlpulatad that Noonan
wae never to have a cent of tha money,
and on his wlfe'a death tha principal
will go to her children, or. If aha have
none, will be divided between her
brother and sister.
Mrs. Maimer's will was filed In Sur
rogate Ketcham'e office In Brooklyn to
day. It fives Mrs. Noonan and her
titter, Joeephlne, 13,000 and 11.00" respec
tively outright, and makes a trust fund
of tlo.OOO for a son, Fredertrk J., to ot
paid lo him when he becomes twenty
five. The remainder of the estate, esti
mated at about thrce-quartere of a
minion dollars, is divided Into equal trunt
funds for ths three children, each of
whom, with the exception of Mrs.
Noonan, will receive the principal when
they are thlity-IKe. A granddaughter,
who waa adopted by Mra. Balmer, gets
IS.0UI In trust.
TRIED TO HOLD UP WOMAN
WHO GAVE $1,000 BOND.
Accused Man Fails to Appear
After She Refuses to Give
S5oo in Cash.
Kvldenee In an allege. i extortion rase
waa taken by Assist -v Dlatrlct-At-torney
rtullivun to-day following tha
forfeiture of a ball bond (or 11,000 In
Part I. of Special Session. When the
case of Daniel Lynoh of No. 10 Cath
arine gttn, charged with running u
dtaorderly houee, waa railed tha de
fendant failed to appear. Louis
Spiegel, hla counsel, stepped to the
bar and aald:
"If Tour Honor plaate, tha woman
who went on thla bond waa approached
last night by a man who claimed to bo
a mbaaenger from Lynch. She aaya
that ha told her that unleee ahe Im
mediately aent tMO In caeh to Lynch
that be would not appear In court to
day, the refused lo pay over the
money and the defendant hat not
shown up, although ha waa In court
yealerday. I do not know where he may
be found nor do I know that he aent
tha messenger to the bondswoman, but
I should like to have an opportunity ot
placing thla matter In the hands of the
District Attorney for Investigation."
Presiding Juat.ce Keller forfeited the
bond and together with laeulng a bench
warrant for Lym-h recommended tug
caae to Annum District-Attorney
Sullivan for Inveatlgatlon. Mra. Jcnn.e
Banning of No. 1 James ellp wis the
woman whom Lawyer gpiegel aaye waa
approached. She gavs as security for
Lynch's appearance In court a ulldln
valued at H,0Oo at No. M7 Water street
Mtaa Caro Brwwn Married.
Miss Caro Brown, daughter of Mr. and
Mra Stephen Brown, and Franklin 8.
Richardson wsrs married at t.S) yester
day afternoon at tha town home of toe
bride's parents. No. 1M East Ssvsntlsth
itrsst. Mrs. George Carpenter waa the
matron of honor, and tha brides mat da
ware Mlsa Ursula and Angelica Brown,
cousins of ths bride.
CAS WL UGH!
DikuU!i "Syrup of Figs"
best for their little stom
achs, liver and waste
Look back at your childhood days.
Remember the physic that mother insist
ed on castor oil. calomel, cathartics.
How you bated them, how (you fought
against taking them.
With our children It't different. Tht
day of harsh physic is over. We don't
force the liver aad SO feet of boets
now, we coat them. We have no
dreaded after effects. Mothers who cling
to the old form of physic simply don't
realise what they do. The children's
revolt ia wall founded. Their little
stomachs aad loader bowels are injured
If your child Is fretful, peevish, half
sick, stomach sour, breath feverish
aad itt littlt system full of cold; hat
diarrhoea, tore throat, ttomarh ache,
doesn't oat or rest well remember
lawk at tht tongue; If coated, givt a
tens poo nhtl of Syrup of Pigs, than don't
worry, bees use you surely will have a
well, tatiliag child in a few hours.
Syrup of Figs, being composed en
tirely of luscious figs, senna aad aro
matica, simply cannot be harmful. It
sweeten, the stomach, makes tht liver
active aad thoroughly cleanses the little
oat's wtstexlogccd bowels, lp a low
hours all tour bile, undigested (rrmeut
iag food aad constipated watte matter
gently moves on and out of the system
without griping or nausea.
Directions for children of all ages,
also tor grown-ups. plainly printsd on
Hy all means get tha genuine. Ask
your druggiet far the full name. "Syrup
of Pigs aad Uliir af Sauna." nmnaasd
I far California Fig ayrup Co. Ac
ewjliilalgg .in, sto'tlr-
WIFE SEWS ON A BUTTON
! AND THEN SUES HER HUBBY.
Love Noks DroppeJ Out
Ken's (vat Pocket llW
Was All Ort.
Kiank M, Hoz.rt of No. IU llanco k
street. Mr.iokl.vn. ick.,1 h" w'fo to ire
a button on ha coal rit- tan
Aire. Hogerl ivK. t u;v Onr read!
Iear Kran. Don t forget lo think
of your Mmtjejnjnth uro iba ). l bavt
a longing for I on. swct Louise. Now,
address: 47-49 West 14th Street
North Side, Near Sixth Avenue
Removal Sale Continued
The removal sale waa Interrupted April 14th, ao
wa oontinua the removal prloee for a ahort time at
the New Building;. 47 and 49 Weet 14th Street, near
6th Avenue. Tha variety le still oomplete BUT don't
delay tha orloee will eell the Fumitura .md na.ii i
quiokiy. it fa extremely
Furniture will aver be offered et these prloee agmin
$34. 00 Golden Oak Buffet,
Height 54 In
width 48 In.;
in.j best quar
tered oak; sil
ver drawer; 2
drawers f n r
legs -nd hand
feet; new de
$24.00 Couch, $14.50
Selected Quartered Oak. Carved
frames, upholstered with tempered
steel springs, flexible ed. eat soft
3-ta comioriapie. coverea wnn no.
. . . .- . . -. .
FAW TFRMQLU'I' never Seen mn inttalmtnt nouso, but
rmn t cmnj mtu; ,ieM for Mgh.grmdh tttrnttur mt (Aft rna
are nof oeifv oseer thtn "initalminf priest swtef "cufc" nWces 6ut far
Mow th fowl cats, prices agar gnorosf By mnybody. and tto will tail
an twrjr ranoraMa tmrmt.
J. H. UTTLE
47 & 49 West 14th St.,
Mattlf 1 canttot pralso mar ooa Uod ot
oap; tliirt ejt astny goo6 ooas.
A'o'.v . Y- h am rifht Ib btlng "(tnkky"
abuut mir hair; 11 u fur Jut tKb partlrular
f'iht tu lu that I always rtoutuoicnfl
euUiroa. tu iu still t Ufa dsnttrviff sod
tnsk your "suslaht. oily" locmt full of
iiulily ai.tr fulfil, na uclt aauro altra'Uva
than srt ift nl t urltog. Mak tbia bsm.o at
ttoina by dii-t irj itasit-ooaful ot eaaturoa
in a cup of but vtattr. It it th most ulesa
u atxl t(ft jo i.ii.u,4iu I bar ovar mad.
Patrkia: U ordiDair faco powdan aatralT
not HttlHwl aou fall to lasting im.
l-f" JSaB'. Ut ma rocoaUuifaU a pivadrti
iwad powder that you tu ailly prtiaio t
Itoma. Vou will find a gftat i-bange lo taie
icngtii of unit this proparauoo aiays ud. it
MfUas a uf tiue sata. ln -i.r 4 MSifjl
of aiJUiMa in ball a peat af bat water. u i
tt;-i i.fiiu oi iitrtjjf. let staad until
volu, ibru tork ilintly, aTlu wia uoi only
lia u ti. in. iiealtuy tJua. but it la aa
tiataaaiy beeuaaiuf atMi aoluo usjuusm.
U.: Tour ftballia aflalnat the "st-
aad fur ty" idra .veeta with my btariy ap
.rroval. I baa --f ten adriaad afaiuaa Uia ea.a
lisaiirta whirh a I Iowa au msoy women to loaa
tl-a figure while yet youti., aad it it n, uo.
nrceasssvry. ejuet get 4 ounces of laarnoug,
dietolve U la Itt plan of hot watatr. strain
it. aad take a taUetijuorful t Uri- times daily.
It ratluita wrigbt slowly anougU to permit s
Uul tigtiULiog of tiiee skin ao tliere ie mo
Imager of sAgging niutvias iiki iwie iiasues,
Eierrls miktffr aaa balbe efun. aM Um
uaaUsaat tQiwaffea ao rtgorou
Allee If. I The. eye-trouble fori dWrlb.
Ilka mcst atre trqublea. i caused by neglect.
Oct an ounce of erytb t aay drag store
Why, "BUrt" the office
boy. snd the sec re U of
his gpeckicd career are
revealed by Paul West
Flntt etory of the teriet desling with "BiU" appears
next Sunday. Sprightly, Humorous snd Human.
Don't Forget "BUr In Next "untsn.
! sAsaad l
i ' eW.li''
ii i' aolne to havi
afaln and 1 hop. no ruife ,;i: refltte-
11,-1., . . w
The aei-OTuI n il. a tossil Bu-1
' ,'ealooay and th.- s n :'..
i with him for hai:i to I re jli;
, wife foi whi m he had eeasf 1 mAi-
Mm. Humeri naked Justice ;n'.'
! the h'jpromr I'ourt, Brmikljn. t-ds )
for l." a we-k ollmony rid 1 10 in
fees peml!ns the trlsl-.id lied I i I '
Showing she mill her eon Lr iy
Sagtrt, hal irn -ed the Alt if tie ten
lo No. BS Hamburg avenue, whei
MrS All Goheen Vxn with lior.au
ttf an, i shaft, the will- rhargtf Bagtii
was a rBttoT,
Improbable that auorl
$30.00 Brass Bed J
Half Price . . . 1S
This well-kiinwti Bravs IK-dslead hi
2-inclt continuous potts, one-inch ti
ers; finished in bright or satin finis.
made In full and three
quarter sizes. One of
the many desixns we a
rlolld oaa, finished a beautiful alade
t Kumad ..Oak. . Large drawer vlth
sin, hum ia fano sr,ei i in ume wi rn
r. ....; v tmok.i rnt..i .hk
roomy cloaet In top.
&. CO. BUILDING
and dtTafnlf It la a pint of wattr. Put two
ur throe drop dsllr In eii'h . Too wfgj
he tnnfrai to note now tht t ml will brighten
sri'i oeauYiry i ur ytM nn ain )ouiunu ciear
", t will oot aioart Of burn. aw4 frill
Tiynifgi tare you sn Turtuar
Rattle L: Toti are rather oung i nm
about loving your g.-i louka. but you are
wlsa. hovterer. tn taking errry preoautirnf
ealitt tit ioa t )ur jmultaioo ao4 tin
L"BiiDf of prvuiature wnnklsa, Kean tlfe
skin firm and tlie corn-lvilia fleer vHth
nightly anrthfiitioo, wivg tM aimplt- isyei
-na e proiarailou. )ln Pigether ao oun?
of alraoaoln to tfjaeim mfn't glcartu an
S pint -' ' f wetrr. Htif and let ttaad a fa
hnurt. T'd wf! gitt a hrath, rrwlitan t
"tu ("rtiftuifD of akin. Try twdi (aisiifa:!
for awlitit and a'te Itow It n.uu:sgca tl
natjrel contnir without undtit Pm'' Mat
bait found to it a ratura to ftgUa-haalta,
T. Y. T
Indgaaei. (tandntff is
Ightly thlrikf. Ul
lire an tin i tie groat.
and baaatl nf tjM !:!-. Most of th
on mt market is. ss you sa. 1ii,.v, a
r-urft the trouble I am rtsln )ou ao
Brrlert to brautify your hair and gat
lirf from that tu-aing at alp hy ih use uf til
tutiii; which rou, yourself, can prttigr. -.
': mt ftlcaabol dtrawlra on ounce nulnoh
Add I Mint water and rub wrll uib. ua
a"alp. while at tne drug tire for qutoaJu
aiao -et aosae raninrnx rnr ana!
Mrs Mr I).
Your ''drjraBwi.niii fMn..
nlv dnr kg liei of itrtngth. 3
all you need in a good tonlr tu brave yUu
nai ,- ii aa mil igs.ni ow ratne ir
will aot only aUke you feel btttar. bit.
make you look better. IHeselr half a cup
ii ttigar ami une mmce SRrrMoo In half a
pint of al.-nunl. tAluig auftldant pure waUi
tu make a full uuart of the ml Hurt, Tska
a tarip4BfuJ i leaf ore each m.l. fhts til
insure nropee tJlgeBtloa. an actir liver, free
eflaunattntv aad by cleaning apt the blood
wjbjii naar jvsur pajsai Bg gnUgn JiniT gj
Bettf Ocsa's Bsautr Uook. 13. -Au.u
pleaae let oth" ..I W4
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