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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT 8, 1911
TO ETCAND EAR
Historical Scenes Set to Music
Attract Big Throng at Sixty
SHC)VV CAREFUL DRILL.
(reat Spectacle for Gaelic
League's Benefit to Be
By Sylvester Rowling.
T1IH Jr:sh Historic Pageant at the
MIK( -ninth MgtMnl Armory lasi '
night waa i pln4d spevtai-K' I
rial great throng MW with .very
11 an.:. laiion f pleasure nn.l apprti l i- ,
i nti. It It true that th vast f
Big MftBOry w.re not mmplvtely filled, I
4'- th.- MM ! 'he gathering km an- I
iiarem whan it rimi-ergril into a com- j
it ! body making Its way out tin-much :
flie l xlntton ivrnu nit ranee at tha
Mtt a (he performative. Many tr- j
font, antlcipstltu in,, eruali, started 10
MHM, 'or they missed tha climax of t'l
nuts. o- the OfcaSSlTI and COBfllWt i
mud an-l alia. 11 red tbl vial on or tit
nat majority tnat aUyert until tha
n4 It n to he hoped ifcn thl will lie
i Ol.lcJ tha repetition of the pageim
eig tidal alas to-night.
Anno Thrjop Craig' Inteiratlng atory
o' IN episodes pieasnted from "An
! i od I'hla'in. " In-ginning with tha
l Tr. of wnieh Klnn MacCool la tha
h-ro; the anilnnt I rlali mualc to w ilcli
j set .i a.llfui:- 1 Dr. Alfrad Hu
lun, who conducted: tha fine scene a:
a rit of Tara's hill that stretched
rN lha tthole breadth of tha armory.
" ' UsS beaut c ul grouping! and inarch
M IS, and off tha stage of the I tt!
I 1 staters aoJ acto'r thit par
1 piled, under lha gllMHall cr tV.
I HimUton, wn- dc rises go fully in
Isstsfsay'l avonlng World after tha
" "e.ireal in.. t repetitlsa in detail
I- lOI esairv
I'll vjii ap.i.-ea u? t.ia armory ara Ml
I ItfOCa ill lo I' dlV dual irmi-h ai-.l aanal
Mid iin Sjioken word, especially
'n the- 1t eplaodv. might punt by a
nwin n.in of th teat; but tn tha credit
bj do. ,i t.ia a.i-aking mid aiming actor
IBislr d.el .in an adm'.rabla. It waa no:
aiielr .'j .in if anybody fallse to under
stand. The mias.e un nlatakahl is Irish a.. I
i.iderl,. inj note of n.ionest pervades '.;
i- loll lo be ouad in Irlsk ballads
Of mi.dvni tlmaa. Thla ia etrangt, for
I ad ghl ,ail n lh ,.,iy aas
tarlaa .if thn I'hrlarlan era, ahen KMll
wgg ip.lapeudent. powerful, learned and I
Hot. after all, it la to the eye tha chiaf I
appeal bj made, und that la a verliaul 1
ti lumph. on the plain below Tara haata
m men and ivumen inut'a and are '
groupej with micIi fraadom and natural-
0m that it la aaay to think tha arene
W They are gurlied appropriately In I
tilunn-K rich lii coloi: they aaaunie
pamp. or atatellncaa. or nimpltclty .ir '
suppleneaa aa tha nituatloti requlrai, and
la miisa are aplendldly effactlva Such
natural c heerlng aa anaea from time to j
:ne g.voa ona a thrill. What a labor
of NtMalMl there mint have bean to
reach auch perfection!
Tha text la tn RMtlah. To avoid that
aoukj be dlfllcult. Hut what Irlah man
It woman can fall to fall under the
Ml of the epeclacle and the atory?
Hiatorr, tradition and fairy tale cannot J
fail to l.e conjured up in the mind of the I
(ainta and barda ani fighting man of!
aid Krlti. I
'There muat ha added to tin- namee of
already mentioned an renponelble
lor the apectacle John H. CatupJiell of
tha Literary Theatre In Dublin, brought
o.er m aee that the i-oatumlng waa hla
fnrlialiy correal, and J. J. Toleinan, the
aiage director. Among tha principal
a. torn and atngera were Howard Kyle.
KdWIn Fairfax Naulty, Mlchaet tono
vaa, J. V. Naary, Martin J. C'ualck, John
i . O'ltellly, Harold Meek. Mr. UM, Mra.
Margaret Moore, Winifred Cuttlag, Roae
I lood. Roae Qllleiple, KlUabath C.
Hamilton and Mlaa Colling. Laat, but
not leant, auob athletes aa Martin Sheri
dan and Matt MrOrath are In the eaat.
The pageant la glvea for the benefit of
i la Uaellc League.
BLOW POST-OFFICE SAFE,
.ESCAPE IN AUTO WITH S35.
)riiiR Yeggmcn Overlook 100
More in Raid on New Jersey
BTOMTOWV. M. J.. May . tega
i;ea blew open the aafa In the poat
tifp here about 3 o'clock thla morning.
ira Ate Nefew, the poatmlatreaa, who
'a on the aecond floor ot the poet
oMo building, waa awakened by the ax
iiioaloB and gave an alarm. Neighbors
' . apun led, and arming themaalvea with
- in and revolvera. hurried to the poat-
.mc. but the taleval had fled.
The ,trg rtfe waa ahattered. A high
gplMlVt had been uaad oy Uie roUbera
..ij th doora had been blown completely
iff, Tha aa-fe had heen wrapped tn wet
oldJaVeU to deaden the aound of the
explaalon. A roll of bllla containing
.oogt UM had been blown acroaa the
rogaa and hftd beig overlooked by the
IhMVea. The egginen got about IU in
eh. 1iUih waa Iti a box In the aafc.
Xelfhbors i ext door to the poat-offl SI
ty they aaw two man run rom the
,.,:;Uln. after tha alarm waa gl-n.
T Jumped Into an automobile and
.i.-ive rapidly aiway.
HavMta of Me a.
dioia tea PlttetiuiiU rVaa.)
gomi men carry a pint of email
-naff, and othera never break a dollar
hlH IMCJI (be fragmatrta of the prevloua
dgar lav. bean totally expanded.
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POLISH COUNT GETS
Fiance of Mis Warfield Wears
Green Suit anJ Parts Name
RALTIMOKK. MM ".-Vladimir Count
l.edoaliowakl, of Poland, appeared in the 1
office or the Court of Common I'lraa
yi-atcrday and obtained the llceuae
neccmary for hla marriage to .Mis I. on-
lag Warllekl. daughter of ex-itov. War- i
ilf.l or Maryland.
The Count gave hV ago aa twenty-
eigne ana tnai oi n praapaoxiTa ansa
la twenty-four. K. iTourtnny Nlcod
mua. No. J7 Wall at reel, New York City,
brother-in-law of Uov. Warfield, accom
The Count walked brlakly Into the
court houae. awlnglng a walking atlck
He wore the green hat and green ault
which have marked hla public appear
When Deputy Clerk claypoole aaked
th name, the Count apelled out:
"Vladimir Ledoohowakt," then
"You'd better put the 'Count' In there
too." he euggeated, "Juat after my II ret
name with a comma preceding It."
Tha ceremony, which will be per
formed by the Rev. William S. Fletcher,
Rector ot the Cathedral and wltnaaaed
by Cardinal (llbbona, will be attended
by the immediate memben of the War
Held family only.
People who enjoy real delicious coffee and thoee partial to eoononiy are both
appealed to by thla Incomparable coffee of ours, illlllea' broken coffee la the
same at every maklng-unif ormly good 3n days In the year. You will "love
." All the family will thoroughly enjoy It und you will save the middleman'
profit because we aend It to you at the wholeaale wire This coffee, aa all our
coffees, la aclentincally roasted and blended. It la the small and broken beunt
if higher priced ooffae carefully sorted
to-taj. sad If It
a' vr taeted at
Uctoni eoVaa you've ever tta at
orlca aead It back aad wU rsfand
Ws deliver bo le wan 5 pound
within 50 mile aad aa ooona
v am mwmmi
GILLIES COFFEE CO.
HJ.M9 Wasataiitss SI., N. Y. I.
Between l'srk rises and Barclay St.
The oaawMgj wan mixed, mime atoi-ka
opening UP und othera falling off '.
CheteSaalM m Ohio wna Kokl freely
down to recnverlnK part of itn Iomh
later. AhM Canndlan Pacific nU off '.'
point! In a market only active In apota.
Flowing a little off from beat prlcea.
Vnlte'd tttati-a Ituh ier Comp'aiiy report
for the year ending March 31, published
to-ilav. shown h record iiualneaa and
(argent prntit In the history of the
A regular ittarterly dividend of 1H
per east, waa declared tiy tha Hoathern
Pacific Hallway Company to-dny.
Iteporta of railroad earninga contin i I
to show a natural gain In groae and an
III 11 1 Hl In expenaes that iloea not leave
the net e.irnlnga aa large aa the ajrnpor
lion abouhl be. 1'realdi nt Samuel Ilea
In a Htatcttient to atockholdera of th
I'ennayivaitla Hallroad polnta out thla
fact very clearly by stating that thie
road'g opcrutlnK revenues Increaaed 17 -S
per cent., while the operuting expenaet
in. reuae.l Jfl.Ttt per . ent. for t lie year
UUi The total net Increase over lull
was 1 1, ( Mi Itt.l 'A. The avetage ficlghl
revanua par mill Increaaed it. 7 per cent .
whlli ixpmaaj Increaaed U.I per cent, it
oille. leaving the dc -reuae In averaK
freiK.it revinuaa n per cant a mile fo.-
the year I'asaenicer revenue taofaBMd
3..'. pi r cent, a nille.
Tin- asaeta of thla road Are givan as
ltTl.TaaeW.Oli a gain of U,C.tl.:lcA over
the year previous. The I'eniisylVHn'a
Kallroad Is cotiahlered I he reiirn-enta-tlve
rnllron-1 of the Unltid Statra In
conservative mainuteiiient and aa ropre
Mfltlnat every way the sltuatlun HhtJ
The (loalna (luolallona.
Tie flSlWlSg wre th. hlnhe.t. lowest i.i l
pi iris of storks to-iUy untl the net oaaaf
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thins- Ilk. the W w
aaytaing uas toe
ia wreatar aiw xork. 10 pounds
anywnsrs. asm v. o. o. it a.
Bent 0. O. D.
let, seat on re
all ooffaca aad
WITH m ABOARD
MOST ALL KILLED
Mexican Federal Troops Vic-
tini of Plot by Relvls Near
etOtlAJi i Art. May . V lr..U.
train hearing ..fl Kcdaral toMlehl waa
dealt oyed with dynunilte ami noet of
the panengera killed, aald an ofll. lal
rttate repou re elved here tnd.i
The dlaaatar o.-i in red near 'he Ho-nora-r.iahiilla
COMES UP IN-HOUSE JUNE 1
AT'REQUEST OF WILSON.
PrClidcrll Wants Banking r-Vturni
UWI Put Through at Prest?nt j
Sessirm of ("ongress.
WAHIIINQTON. May I Currency lag-;
letatloti will he taken up b lha lloune
about June 1. Thla announcement was
made tu-doy hy ItepreaentntK'e Oscar!
W. Underwood, (the Demcsratlc Home
leader, after a conference at the White
House lth President Wilson, who
urted that hanking reforms be consid
ered at the prceent aeesion and laws be
enacted If poaalble.
Mr. Under wand. wa accornpnnlad by
llepreaeiitallva A. Mitchell Palmer of
I'ennaylvanla. chairman of toe Houae
caucus, but the Iiemocratlc leader
apoke for tha conference.
"We i-aine up to Und out what the
House should do," he aald. "while the
Henate la comlderlng the tariff bill. The
'President Is disposed to want currency
leglalatlon at thla aesslon. so I think
the Houae will take a receaa of about
three wenke during which the banking
and currency committee will be organ-
lied nnd ue all will be ready tor work
Mr Underwood said that ha expected
the President to aeml Boon a apeclai
1 message lo Congreaa urging currency
' reform. The President talked over jrltii
I his vlaltora a draft of the Owen-Olaaa
bill, which he haa before him and which.
- It I undcretocd, will represent the Ad-
mlnietrathin'a vlewi when launched in
' the Houae and Henate. Mr. Wllaon went
, over In some detail some of the curreti y
: proposals, hut neither Mr. L'nderwu d
, nor Mr. Piimer waa willing to make
, known hli vlewa.
i The PreaUlent'i Idea la to have cur
rency legislation at once If there la a
common agreement among letnocrate
aa to the method of monetary revision,
but it la also underatood that If by the
time the Tariff hill haa paaacd tha Ren
ate there haa not bean a complete
agreement the whole aubject will he
deferred until the regular aeaeliun In
Continuing Our Annual May White Sale
for Children, Girls, Misses and Women
Exceptional Merchandise at "iSjatraordinary Prices
Children's and Juniors' Garments
At 35c. Children's Knickers. 2 to 6 years 3 for 1.00
KtDbroidai ribbon beading trimmed.
At 49c. Children's Embroidery Ruffled Drawers. 4 to M : irs
St mm lit leg, cluster of tucks abore.
Juniors' Drawers. 8 to 14 years.
At 69c ! r'"""oJ wit r' beading. Ttlo styles: embroidery or flsh-eye lac fufflsd.
) Baby Waist Skirts. 1 and a years
Choicn of dainty embroidery edges, cluster of tuosi above.
Children's Princess Slips or (Gertrude Skirts). 3 to 6 years
At 98c 1 '"e cln)roery K6 casters of tucks above.
' j Children's Lace Trimmed Princess Slips. 6 to 16 yeara
V Fish-eyA lace, insertion und edge in ruffle, trimmed neck and arm site.
At 98c. Juniors' Gowns. 10 to 16 years
Yoke of lace nnd embroidery ribbon beading, trimmed elbow sleeves, fine nainsook.
65c. j 4 to 8 yei
75c. I 10 to 14 yei
Women's and Misses' Garments
Showing the novelty materials used for underwear
Frrnth Hatistt- in colors; Cr:pe dv. Chine, Chiffon, Shadow Lace and China Silk.
At 2.95 )
China Silk downs and Combinations
French Gowns, Combinations, Princfss Slips, Petticoats
Net Trimmed Gowns and Petticoats
French I ' i ' ;md Corset Covers
Gowns, Princess Slips Petticoats. Combinations and Under Bodices
French Gowns, Chemises and Drawers
25 AXE MURDERS
Detective Links Slayer of Rela-
tives With Crimes of Three
Years in Five States.
i.iiav WORTH. Kan . lav
'Twenty five murden commuted with an
axe within the laat three yeara In Mia
sourl, Kanaaa. Colorado, Iowa and Illi
nois are ascribed tn Henry Le Moore,
now serving a life term in the Mliaour!
penitentiary, according to a theory an
nounced to-day by M. W. Mia'lsughrv,
special agent of the Department of Jul-
tlce, after an exhaustive study of tbl
so-called ate murders
Mr McClaughry la a son of Warden
MoClaugiiry of tha federal penlteaHary
here, and haa charge of the bureau of
criminal identification at the penlten
Henry t.ee Moore waa sent to the
penitentiary at Jeff or eon city after He
ine found guilty of the murder of hla
mother and grandmother, Mra Mary
Wilson and Mrs. (leorge Moore at Co
lumbus, Mo. In December last year.
Moore, on trial aald ha had made a
study of famous murders. Including the
Dr. Crlppen caae In England
The axe murders ascribed to Moore
ti Meclaughrey are
H. c. Wayne, wife and otilld, and Mra.
A. J. Hurnham and two children. Colo
rado Hprlngs. Col., September. 1111
William K. Dawaon, wife and daugh
ter. Monmouth, III., October. Itll.
William Showman, wife and throe
children. Ellewnrth. Kaa . October,
Holtin IHudaon and wife. Paolo. Kaa..
.1. It. Moon, four children and two
girl guests, villisce, Iowa, June, 1111
Mrs. Wllaon and Mn Moore it Co
lumbia. Mr. .McClaughry waa oallad to assist
In the lnveatletlen of lha Vllltsra
"S0NQ OF SONGS" SECULAR.
CHICAQO. May I. "Tha Bong of
tfongs, " which the Old Testament trana-
latora attribute to King Solomon, la a
non-rellaioua or secular poem. Thlg In
terpretation la announced by Prof. Jo
seph D. Ibbotaon Jr., of Hamilton Col
lege. New York, la an article published
In the Biblical World for May, Issued
to-day by the University ot Chicago
"The song of Bolomon la destitute of
religious value." ha writs, "but Its In
clusion In th Old Testament may ba
accounted fortunate, for It Illustrate
certain aspects of Jewish Ufa and cus
tom, and Its literary merit la, of eouree.
LAID TO MOOR
IBeat & Co.
vunuicu o vauiDiit. wwue
I'tubroidery 'fading with wash
no -k and elbow sleetes
PLOT IS ANSWER
OF LT.-GOV. O'HARA
Illinois State Official. Leading
Vice Crusade, Faces Charge
Against His Morals.
CMIOAtK). Mav I -The missing rear
later of the Hotel Hherman In this
city, which ngures in a secret affidavit
prieented In the Htate Henate eater
day, attacking the morality of Lieut
rov. O llara Chairman of the Vice
Commlaaton, found to-day
The affidavit waa presented by Deputy
Sheriff Richard H "nUtvan. tout It waa
made by another parson whose Identity
Is nbacure so far aa the public h con
earned. It waa produced upan the In
eurtenee of the Ueuteiiant-Oovernor.
who dgs laree that It la part of a ron
antraoy formed In the underworld by
I persons whose Incomes were threatened
by his cnisade agalnet vice
The affidavit Is said to state that laat
January o'Hara and a prominent young
woman of rtprlnafieM registered at the
Hotel Bhermsn aa "T T Dum-an and
wife." A HprlnafteM millionaire and
another soman aanl to have reg stored
aa "J. J. Miller and wife" are allavad
I to have ahared the ' Duncan" suite A
, handwriting expert wilt compare rhe
tgnature of "Duncan'' with that of
PRlVF,n0I.I 111 . May It The Han
at to-day empowered Senators Kiielson,
Jonas, O'Connor and liolley to Invaall
gata th aPAdavit obtained yeaterday
from Deputy Sheriff ftulllvan of ManaTa
mon County, mad by a HpiingAeld
Woman and reelecting on tha morality
nf Lieut -Tov 'I'llara Tha resolution
Was ottered by lnator Rttelson, and on
his motion the rules wsr euepended an I
the resolution innnedlately adopted. The
committee haa the power to adminlater
oath and Kpbona wttneaaa
Th resolution waa adopteil after the
flhat had gone Into gcutiv aealon
and heart the testimony of an Inveati-
gatto for the vio committee regarding
convenatlon with Deputy HherttT Kul
llvan. The tnveatlaator testified to n
conversation he had with Hulllvan on
the algal at April la th Latent
Hotel. lie said Sullivan told htm (he
Investigating commission had bette'
stay away from Bprlngflsld; If not n
would produce an affidavit that would
put fh conwnuelon out of taisanMS and
make the Plate minus a Lieutenant
aWlasTiae V the Avtrais,
irwa Ik lUubaajh Peat I
"DM your daufhtsrs marry rich mm?'
"Not exactly. On married a farms
and another married an ultimate con
sumer Bat th third may mall up fin
"ho' engaged to a middleman."
0 HIS ACCUSERS
404 FIFTH AVENUE, CORNER 37th ST.
Ourfixcil, imaltrrntilo polic y of firvof rnrrytng over nay itock
from one wiwii to another, iruiket imperative this drastic and
Emphatic Closing: Out of
Tha Choic e of the Houae in
Silk Faille. Moire 1
Fancy Checks, etc.
It's a Stewart Rednrlion- -no flrtitioti reamn and forced
valuen, hut actual aavinpn on fuullleaaly tailored, distinctive
and corrert women's and tniaaen' apparel of the hour.
n rstnAwm on arrwivu rtuviiaom put mitt Ko
Tha SMITH CRAY Idea ia to apply
Pure Food Principles
begins back in
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