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TBI VKIHO WOBLD, THVSBS
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OF 1H PARSON
Mother of (VUid Howfer, Who
VVou1d"IVve eJ Youth-
luuilor Is l enient.
GIRLgflS ONLY EIGHTEEN.
tefMUltS .'Assisted in Runaway i
4 ;inJ Kept Watch for
J CIe.tr Coast.
Bftyou eet 'tip.t.1 ijciKln lte-firiolate
sd hanalng a . ..I the I'ennM '.vn'n
tion this Ktte: nu'in yon .'II! kno'
ha la walling to sy.n path lie with pretty
sig ! t.-rn-. . -.M Maud Klower of No.
W Centml rark Weal, whom fatner Is
'nrl:i!ng htr keel rrrsn vVerdirUn
ft- her unu,'Cful attempt 10 elope
with hr oillor eweeth M 1 1. nineteen-yeir-o.J
l.jr.y H. Collins, a yeonisn nn
the f" c'ilent' yjrh'.. M.T"lnwn'. Mis a
Flow inJ htt youtrifiil sailor boy wer
11 1 tirtj- 1 married Then an unfeeling I"
aieem.in oaiiKht them on Pennsylvania
'avenue on the w.iy to tha minister'
"house with th 1 rnae.
Larry Hal aacured a tlf teen-day leave
. f nbarure from the Mayflower to go on
wile honeymoon. Everything waa eet
"jfor hl departs f with Mlaa Flower,
who '.liirt run away from her parev.a
..limine: Nn. 4 14 Ontral firk Went.
;eliur(iay morning. Her father. Walter
.flower. ;, whole il. ilrugfrl't. caused a
tele,;.-!.:.! description of her to be
ant to Washington and hid a watch
t 011 ynunf Mr. Collin.
EAGERLY A. WAITS DAUGHTER
AND PROMISES LENITY.
Uut If he;- father Ik v. Itho'.it sympa
thy lira. Flower will tie waiting to re
ceive her daughter with a full under
atanding of her attempt to elope. An
Kvsolng World reporter found
Flower eagerly srfiltlng nawa of her
daughter.
"J haven't heard a word from my
truehaml ainre he atarted away early
.to-day, but 1 do hope he II not aevere
ea Maud,'' aald Mm Flower, with a
tar away imlle. "You krow there lan't
any aaiioua objection to the Wnatcrti
except, that both ara aa young arU the
Collin boy haa no real appreetatUkn of
the raaponaHrilltiea of marriage. He la
m boy of good family. Rla fnther la a
shatter mmt la Indiana, and. personally.
1 hay Bathing aTlast .Ma. I have
eo a photograph of him and ha la
ajurta handsome." aald if re. Flower,
with a twinkle In bar eye. "and I eop
awe Maud thlnka eo. too."
'Mr. Flower grew phllooophlcel.
'1 have thought It all out and hava
kaova of the attachment for over a
f aar. Maud will coma back now and
a ahe la a girl of determination ahe
wilt probably take tha neat opportunity
to repaat her endeavor. I hay triad to
ereude her to wait a faw yaara until
char' are both better able to tree, but
tt doeen't team to do any goad. Tha
tor haa nothing except what hta father
(tree him and ha haan't ahown any
ranaarkatjle ability to make money ao
far. Ha ussd to be In Culver Military
gtohool iiV Maud mat htm there about
year and a halfag o whan we were
..raveling. Since then he haa Joined
the yoemsnry aervlce and I don't aup-gK'-
he makea over aevan dollara a
ROTHER OF RUNAWAY MAIDEN
BREATHES THREATS.
Maud's brother Walter, who ta )uat
gjhe age of yaamaw frtlMne. felt aura
ao-riev rhat he'd ilka to meat Mm.
I -if t ever do" He seed ormnousty,
shsn hi Trreaher luleiiuatsS hien to
uggest that 'protaenry Maud wo unlet
.think him."
"It 'a wonderful hew much craft a gtrt
tan dlaplay when aha la planning to run
' away." sighed Mrs. Flower. "Juat think
of It! She took every picture of haraalf
and all her lattere and tha young man'a
ajtctuiea. She even had the aervanta
voated daya ahead, and thay halpad her.
I don't know but I ought to do ao ma
China aboat that part of it," aald Mra.
yiower, looking eeverely at a frlght
aned maid who paaaad down tha ball
way. "But I fa over now, and tha only
thing to do la aaa thaw It doesn't hap
pen again for eon yaara at leaet."
Mia Flower left a boarding aohool In
rWeatcheater weak ago and waa to
have gone on vacation to Main thla
TUT, TUTr WILSON SAYS
OVER A BAD PLAY Hi GOLF
Caddy Who Has Heard Cuss Words
on the Links Tells the
Story.
WASHINGTON, June .
WUaon haa Introduced a now form ad
denaturUed xjlolve ezpreaalon
Adralnlatratlon clrclea. Where I
dant Rooaaealt relieved hta feelings by
napping out tha ejaoulatlon "By goaV
grey!" P reel dent Wtlaon la aald to aoak
at earoe rallefe In tha axepraation "Tut,
tot!" But It la aald to ba no molly
eoddl "Tut, tutl". It I enunciated with
eatphait and daap aarncatnaia of feel
lag Jtobert Kmmet Taylor, a fourteen-year-old
oaddy at the Waehlngtoa
Country Club, told th atory to-day. In
ektenlally young Taylor thlnka Mr. WU
aon the grateat man In the world. Bo
i waa ailent, though, on tba quality of
' (ha Prealdent'i golf form.
'Tha President struck the ball," aald
fcoberl Emmet, "and It rolled right to
the edge of a hole. I aneaked over
I eloaa. lor I know what they uaually gay
' whn such a thing happem on tha
eourse. The President looked vary
Ceved. lie opened bli Hp to ay tout.
uig and I pricked up my eara.
"TuC tut" uii lp VVMptt That
The Flirting Season Is Here
Flirtation Is Affection's Small Change,
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WOULD SUICIDE
HAD LOST LOVER AND
SOCIAL RECOGNITION
Woman Saved From Death in
the East River Will Be
Deported to Russia.
Sarah ertne, who tried to ooumilt
aulolde laet nlgbt by Jumping toto the
Bast Wyer, came to CM country a
year ago with the prospect of rove
and rich an Within a hort time ahe
loot both. Laat nigt at about o'olook
her body waa ean floating In the
stream by Jon Hsawlng-a of No. Ml
Avenue C, and BAwt.rd 'Herman of No.
tIT Avenue C, wtho were sitting on tha
Bast River Recreation Pier at even
teen th street. Whan they aaw Seat
aha waa alive they plunged h after
her and after a tremendous struggle.
In which the woman desperately triad
to resist nor rescuers, they saved her
Ufa with the assistants of Capt Broad
head of the tugboat let Nana York
and New Haven." Had. It not bean
for the lucky cast of a Ufa preserver
to which a rope waa attaobed. and the
east stance of two members of the crew
who plunged In after the two boys, an
three would have probably gone down
together.
Sflaa Levins and her two rescuers
ware taken In aa ambulance to the
Bellevue Hospital. The two boy re
covered la two or three hours, but Mia
Lavln 1 atlU suffering from the ef
fects. Just glx month ago ahe triad to
asphyxiate herself, hut we saved juat
la time by people Hiring In th house
SJne haa had steady employment si no
aha aama to thla country, athe const
from a Ruaelaa family of considerable
substantial meaae and haa an unci
who to a banker la London. A year ago
her family refused to give their con
sent to her marrlags with a Russian
mechanic, whom they felt to be socially
her Inferior. The coupt ran away from
horns and decided that In America they
oould earn enough to get married en.
Mlaa Levin o got a Job in a white goods
.factory In this dty and hsr lover waa
offered a ahanca In Philadelphia. For
a Urn hsr friends Joked her about the
daly letteri whlon bore a ahllade'phia
postmark. Suddenly the letter ceased
and Mia ' anine. who we boarding at
th Home for (Immigrant Olrls, Mo. S
Second avenue, learned that hsr lover
had married an American girl. She aald
aald nothing about It to her friends,
but one night shs was found In her room
nearly dead from asphyxiation.
As aoon aa ah recovered from her
truggle and Immersion In the Cast
River last night she will be deported to
Russia
BANKER KILLED IN AUTO.
mails te Hsed Wsrslsg and Drives
Thee sash Opes riders.
UPPER OXSVUBSCt. 0 June M.
Not heeding th warning of tha bridge
tender, 11 la alleged, Hery Daniels,
eged fifty-four, wealthy banker and
business man of thla city, drove hla
euV.-nob!!e throuub an open brldg at
Port Clinton early to-day and was
drowned In twenty feet of water.
Mr. Daniel had atarted to return to
this oity after afisadlAa: Ue alght la
Copyright. Itll, by Th Preas Publishing Co. (Th Naw York World).
By Nixola GreeUw-Smith.
"The person who gor$ around kindling fire in Xeart for wMek h
hat no tertoui pur pot o to no better thorn a Snomt."
Bo s rlgorcrig opponent of flirting
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social Siamese Twin. I am aura
that a popular majority could ba had for the proposition that ft wife has
no tight at all to masculine friendship, that a husband hovers on th verge
of perfidy when hi converaatlon with any woman save hi Wife diverges
from the weather and cautious replies to inquiries after his spouse'
health or the progress of mump through hi six children.
Stm, Slriattoa aa aa occupation
t apt n paU. And a gin la foolish
to permit a ores for it to interfere
with has serious heppiaeaa.
To aay that you won't marry because
yea wffl hare to atop flirting It you do
ta Mho refusing a large legacy beoaus
yon would have to pay an Inharttanaa
tax.
ta surely th esaao
of aaTeetloB. And tee
may bs as taesa
aa a poekst fall of pennies.
a while tsb the most ahUfnl and
Bthmatastae tin gets tUes of the
Jlagte of small ohaags aad wmats
to asohaag It for omotblay more
solid and substantial.
MRIOUw FEELINGS HAVE NO
PLACE IN FLIRTATIONS.
The author of the letter signed "AnM- 1
Flirt" d sot ares the fUrt to be "the in
cendiary of the finest and moat saorefl
feeling of humanity." So he ta, when
suoh feelings are Involved, but they do
not properly belong to flirtation at all.
The man who Mru with a very young
girt, or the woman of tha world who
plays with a boy's first lore, I Indeed
a moral "flrobug." But there are gam
law to protect the Immature from
flirtation. Any sportsman wno onus
amusement In flshliu tor hearts knows
soough to throw back hla catch when
ever It 1 under the legal ill.
A third reader of The Bvenlng World
Justifies flirtation among persons who
know seoh other, but denounce tne
atreet masher and girl who tnoourag
him. Opinion differ as to whether th
large number of mashera in New Tork
ara an effect or a cause. We hear from
man that thay hare lost respect for th
reserve of women because of the loud
costumes and braaen mannara affected
by the lea conventional sex. Olrls, on
tha oontrary, urge that tha attire and
makeup for which they are crltlcUed
are assumed again t their better judg
ment, and aolely to vaae men. who
they say hava no Interest In ths sober,
sensible woman.
But masher are not properly flirts. I
don't think there can ba two opinion
as to the dssploahlenss of man who
make a praotlce of forcing their ac
quaintance upon young woman. And
whether or not their boldness is ths re
st. It of an unfortunate UM Is beside
the question.
The letter to which 1 have referred
fellow:
QUESTION NOT EVEN DEBAT
ABLE IN -ANTI'l" OPINION.
at any and all season launch hi
denunciation of that debatable prac
tice. On the other hand, ft young
woman announce heraelt "a con
firmed flirt," and aar that aba N
unmarried at thirty because aha
know the could not give up flirta
tion If ahe became a wife, and de
clare that If there war mora free
dom and morflsfllrtatlon among the
married there would be fewer un
happy home. She denounce the
social custom atill generally preva
lent that ft husband shall not b in
vited without the wife, nor th wife
hidden to a party which the husband
doe not attend.
8h 1 a brave young woman.
There are few of ua, who have cour
age even to question the popular be
lief that a huaband and wife are
properly a sutb1ct of debate, for
thr can be only on opinion among
properly brought up people. It ta
wrong. The person who goes around
kindling malicious fires In hearts for
whloh ba haa n serious ua la no
better than a fl rebut. Be ta an la
eendlary.of th beat and meet snored
soling of humanity.
It-Is beoaus flirtation I tolerated
and made the sabjeot of humorous
Slacusatin that people do not re
alise Its deplorable character. The
life of many a man and woman baa
been ruined because aom flirt, with
nothing better to do, pretended to an
affection he sometime she, did not
feel.
Our young girls flirt, it ta quite
true That la why they do not
marry go early or ao wall as the
women of countries where onap ren
ege ta nvar relaxed aad where flir
tation ta impossible until after mar
riage. There should be law against
flirtation particularly ths obnox
ious flirtations so much sought by
ths mashers with which New Tor
abounds. ANTI-FLdRTB.
PREFERS JOVE OF FLIRTATION
TO MARRIED LIFE.
Dear Madam: I am a confirmed
flirt I flirt with boy of eighteen
and boys of eighty. I flirt for the
sake of th game, not th man. I
think it I th most Interesting and
exciting pastime known to men and
women when It ta akllfslly played.
I am thirty, and th only reaaon 1
hav not married la beoaus I would
have to give up flirting If I did so.
Men are ao unreasonable, and I am
sure no man I oould marry would be
willing to let me amuse myself by
flirtation a I do to-day.
Flirting i a erase with me. No
man la so old or ao ugly that I dm't
want to see what I can do in th
way of Interesting him. Vou say
that Eunpeans flirt after mrrtig
and American befor. It Is my
opinion that th European way la
far mors sensible.
In th United state people aaaums
tl.at no friendship Is possible be
tween persons who ara married ex
cept with each other. I think tba as
sumption that there must be aom
thing wronc if Mr. Jon. s sajuy
talking with Mr. Brown I what
makea things wrong mors thun half
th Urn.
I believe if married people were
not thrown o eamualvaly In each
other's tooisty tit would be tower
Third Article
Of a Series
they ara learning that It 1 very bad
form for husband and wife to tag
around with each other all tha time,
and vary often a man la Invited to
one party while hla wifs attends an
other to which he baa not been bid
den. At least, I have read that aueh
matrimonial freedom prevails and I
approve of it. Among the people I
know It ta considered the proper
thing at a aeclal function for th
married men to herd together end
talk golf or poll tree, and the women
to gather In groups to dleoua elube
or clothe. If I could marry Into
smart society and feel that my hua
band would not object to my con
tinuing the perfectly innocent pas
time of flirtation, I would be glad
to do ao. But I am not going to got
caught In tha matrimonial machinery
ao long as middle class Ideas of mar
riage prevail among tha multitude
A CONFIKMBD FURT.
reuukDFJ'T MARRY A GIRL NOT
KILLED IN FLIRTING.
Oaar Madam: I am a strong be
liever In flirtation, of course within
limits. I think It is right for a
young lady to flirt with any man
who has been properly Introduced to
ber, but exoeedlngly ill-bred for her
to notice the attentions of a
"masher" In any way. I think that
many girls In Amerl a ara not care
ful enough In thla respect. They
think there Is no harm In what thy
call "atreet flirtation." Parhape
mere would not be If they wars deal
ing with man who understood and
respected the Innocence of their in
tention and notions. But foreigners
respect only young ladle who have
been very strictly brought up and
who are alway chaperoned. And
there are ao many foreigners, par
ticularly in New York, that I think
gtrla have to be more carsfoi here
then in the West, where I was bom
and brought up.
But a girl haa every right to flirt
with her frlonda from pigtail days to
cap, if there Is an age at whloh
oen put on caps nowaday. How
on earth is a woman going to and
out what a man ta like unless she
flirts with hmv She ba a r trie ted
selection at beat The moat popular
girl when ah goes to chooe a hoe
band 1 Utnltad to on of, aay, a
doaen men. Now, th mora aha
flirt th more ahe will be able to
decide which one of the number Is
hsr one best bet. Personally, r
wouldn't marry any girl I didn't
know waa a thoroughly skilled flirt
Where the ua of having what no
body ela wants!
MAN FltOM NEVADA.
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
SUMMER APPAREL
Friday and Until Noon Saturday
Boys' Wash Sailor St Russian Suit
Formerly up to $4.71. Sal pries l.f
" I5.S. I 14. M
Young Men's Suite
Imported Woolen. SUa fl to 17 chest
Fcrmerty op to fJS.00. 81 pries 112.50 4 116.10
Olrls' Summer Dresses mBM icsma 4 1 u ,
Formerly up to 10.00, Sale price 11.71
"$10.10. I f $4.10
Misses' Summer Dresses
Unen and Ttsu dse 14 to 30 years.
Formerly ap to 111.00. lata prtes W.W
I us. to. " - 110,10
'CROWD AT MOVIES
GAZES AS WOMAN
BURNS TO DEATH
Framed in Window Over
Open-Air Theatre, Victim in
Flames Seems Part of Show.
An audience In the Nlokelet. a Tramont
avenue open air moving picture theatre,
saw Mlaa Louis Mollr, thirty rears
old, standing at a wlratow a few feet
above them, her clothing afire, laat night.
But before effectual aid oould reach her
the young woman was tmtrta.lv burned.
Sha died thl morning In ford ham Hos
pital. There wer sis hundred and fifty
person In th Nlckelut. whlrh Is between
Prospect nd Clinton avenue. Th
Moellers live at No. Til Kalrniount ave-
i nue. Their kitchen window I Immedi
ately above th open air theatre, as the
apartment house on FkUrmount avenue
backs up to the rear of the Nlokelet
Th picture (pectatora wars startled
by a eeream. Whan they lookrd up Mlaa
Moeller was framed In the window, her
clothing aJblaas. Ths audience stood ap
and man acranabled for ths fence la an
effort to reeoh the burning girl.
Saul Aacn and Mom Oartonstelg, pro
prietor of th theatr , ahouted te th
audlenoo to alt down and Keep quiet.
They then aelied fire extinguishers,
scaled the fence and aaoended the Are
escape.
ManwMle Mis Moeller mother. Mra
Oertrud Moeller, waa trying to eld her
daughter. The people In the theatre
aaw tha mother frantically beating with
her hand at th flnmea in th girl'
dress. Then Aarh and Oartenatelg
reached the window. They exUngulaned
the Are with ths chemical apparatus they
carried, but Miss Moeller s clothing waa
burned from her by thet Urn and her
mother' faoe and hands wr seared.
An amtoulanoe waa called from Ford-
hsm Hospital and Ml Moeller was re
moved. She said aha had bean standing
near the kitchen range when bar skirt
caught Are. flsvsral houra later she
died.
SHERIFF'S ARMY ARRESTS
MILLIONAIRE DOWS.
Harburger Descends in Force on
Wall Street With Order In Re
porter's Suit for 25,000.
Sheriff J 'i'u Harburger, fully armed
and backao by a detachment from hla
army of apeolsl deputy ahartaTa, to-day
moved on No. 41 Wall street and ar
rested Devld Dowa, aoclety man aad
reel estate operator, on an order signed
by Ruprems Court Justice rilegarleh.
The order was leaned upon the appli
cation of Alva Johnston, a Time re
porter, who I ailing wealthy Mr. Dow
for es.rm for Indignities he allege be
suffered at Dow' home, Nn. IB Beat
Seventieth street. March U, whan he
celled by request to obtain detatla of
the society man'a attempt to ride a trick
mule at th circus.
Mr. Dowa. after hla arrest to-day, fur
nished a bond of $1,000 and waa awl ana ad.
He wee convicted of assault In tba third
degree when tried recently In the Court
of Special Sessions, but sentence wns
suspended.
Jobniton want damages for being
wrapped In a blanket and imprisoned la
a courtyard at Dowa'a home.
MOTHER TO MARRY COUNT,
DAUGHTER WEDSAMERICAN.
Mrs. Eben Wright of New York
Follows Mis Lets to Altar
Both Weddings in Europe.
LONDON, Jun X -Mrs. Been Wright
of No. 10 West Fifty-third street. New
Torn, who la staying at afaldanhead-on-Tbamsa.
announced to-day (hat ah to
to become the bride of the Oonte awnllte
del Sera of Rome let thla summer, aad
that on July her daughter. Mia Lata
Coaetaoce Wright, la to marry Qrafton
H. Pyn. eon of Persy Rlrlagton Fyn.
of No. H Wall street aad No. SH Park
avenue. New York.
Orafton H. Pyn. with hla father and
hi brother, B. Rlvington Fyne, ara oa
b Imperaitor on their we here for the
wsddlng. wniea teas pmoe at asarasn
hsad. Mra. Par ay R. Fyne and bar
daughter. Mis Mar Fyne. hew been
hare a month. Many notable guert.
both amgflsb aad American, have bean
invite.
Pel ret of Pert Is dsrlgalag th brtdew
arnloh la to ha of whits crepe la
pur Oreek style trimmed with silver.
lOewM Mere Ftgrhrt Mews.
MADRID. June M. -In view of the
serious situation at Osela and Tetuea,
where the Moor ere ooncsntratlng.
the Spanish Oovornment ha decided to
end 10.000 more men there.
De Pinna
Fifth Avenue
at 36th Street
KEYSTONE STATE
FIRST fN EVGENIC
MARRIAGE LAW.
tlARRtBM'RO, June W. Penney I
vnnla la the first Mate to adopt a
"eugenic marriage" ltcna act. Both
house have passed ths bill urged by
ell the medical societies of the State
It prohlblte th Issuance of a mar
riage lloenee rn person afflicted with
a transmiaalble disss or when
either of the contracting person I
an Imbecile or under guardlanlhlp aa
r. person of unsound mind.
It provides that no male osteon
shaU he permitted to marry who la or
has beon within Ave year aa inmate
or any county atylum or home for In
digent persona, unless tt satisfactorily
appears that the cause of uoh condi
tion has been removed and that be
ha become physically able to sup
port a family.
It also provides that men-lags li
censes shall not be granted to per
sona under th Influence of Into!
Nt'n liquor or narcotic.
ARTISTS ARE ANGRY
AT ALIENISTS FOR
CALLING THEM CRAZY
These Specialists Should All Be
fn a Big Madhouse, Chi
cago Artists Reply.
OHICAOO, Jun at A war of ex
erted Indignation roiled up to-day from
Chloagata art colony aad weal upon th
Hotel Sherman, where prominent alien
ists and nerve peotaltata are holding
forth In convention.
The direst charge by the lunacy
specialist that all artists, sculptors aad
poets are essentially unbalanced aad
tha Intimation that If Rubens. Michael
Angelo. Hugo, Browning, Byron, Keats
and Shelley had been examined by eo
potent ail en lata they wouid have been
put la mesne asylums, provoksd all me
warmth.
"Such statements," aald Director
French of the Chloage Art Institute,
"lead artist to believe that all doctors,
or at least all attentate, are Insane and
ahemd be Incarcerated In a big mad
house." s
1 levin- consigned the persona of tem
perament to tha "bugheu" th
alienist took a fresh tack. Or. J, Ctlts
ton King of Atlanta, Oe., who volun
teered that snaggsratad Maa of love
aad bsauty had caused th mental
down tall of the artists end poem,
worked the dlsoussioa around to a pro
nouncement that 'tore ftaeU I only a
form of Inssnlty "
' That led Dr. John A. tatwla f Reno.
Nsv.. to urge th passage by the dif
ferent Stataa of lawn to prohibit th
marriage of the mentally unflt. Dr.
leiwi did not Includs loving couple la
hta list of th "mentally unflt" and
Mm of th younger alienist alghed
little sighs of relief.
Our DUCHESS makes the BEST CUP
of Coffee
drank for
We arc Tern and Coffee
the best Our stores ere near you or connected with your home
by tekphrjrie. Otoe trial makes you a customer.
QuaH- Tea ir,
Tho Bo.t, S5c lb. $1.M
Special Tea 4 b.
Very Good, 28c lb. $1.00
VAN
262
(2-S-2) West
7th
100 Branch Stars aad Seling Aftsjtim
ftiagga.il Que. Laos, for th
r ths mm VAN
VaaDyb sea
sr guaranteed.
3(iW
Just received, another lot of 1,000 beautiful
Summer Waists
and will place them on sale Friday and Saturday
at 1.50 Each
Values up to $3.00
NOT ONE COULD BE BOUQHT REQULARLY
UNDER $2.25, THE MAJORITY $3.00.
Alexander's
Shoe Sale
Begins To-morrow
Radical Redactions In Summer Shoes
for Men, Women and Children
Sixth Avenue
Mwltjlswwat4h w
CLEAR UP IDENTITY
OF GIRL KILLED ON
ACCIDENT CORNER
Police Quite Sure She Is Annie
Feeney, but Seek Rela
tives to Be Certain.
Relative, of Mlaa Annie Fe
hM Cretan Parkway, the
of Ho.
being sought by ths pollcs to Identity
the body of the young woman killed by
a northbound Kl.th avenue trollop ear
at "Accident Corner." Eighth av
d one Hundred end Twenty-
street, laet night.
The dead woman Is believed te
been Mies Feeney. but that tact bbb
no been definitely eetsbllshed.
In her pur wee found a re.'alpt mads
to Mia Fney by Dr. Kmll Johiawa,
dentin, at No. TH Laxlncton arena.
Dr. Johneon, when th dad girt we)
described us alas, said ha was piweticaSb
certain that It was Mis Feeney who
had loft hi office at i o'olcok la th
aflsmoon. No one oould be found at
the Crotona Parkway address.
It waa by a northbound car that Mra.
Mary Create, waa killed oa the Basse
aoraer two weeks ago. Frank QulgUy.
a Chrnegl medal hero, who attempt)
bar rosea, wee severely Injured.
The woman who waa killed by th
ear was good-looking, fair and bmM
twenty-five yeare old. Sh wa I feat
lashes la height aad welshed about Ml
pound. Sh wore a black silk shtrl
waist and the remainder of her cetw
suggested mourning.
The motorman of the oar. Freak
Knapp of No. U West Tenth street,
and the conductor. Charles Lee lor at
No. W Brook evecue, lb Broav, were
arrested.
Save Your
Good Looks
An vse sa f raaay woman .whs lass
their health tad beeuty acsNc
hjr recurring surrering they bar te
Tea t-rsmptne a tnes aw
roach, end you wiU sot
cram pain
win be
Craanpin it the arestast tonic ana mm
lie, Ita pries i only M ctnw,
Per al l ell dreg teres.
you ever
breakfast
specialists. Our expert buy atvty
Duchess Coffee $
Th Boat, 31c lb.
Golden Blend
Very Good. 23c lb.
1st.
$LN
DYK
125th Street
262
8th Ai
in Nw York and nVasUya. eWmarta
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Itocaetaiay.
148 Fifth A
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