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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914.
SERVICES HELD IN
SENATE FOR BACON
Jte Eulogies, Only Episcopal
J Rites and Brief Comments
f by the Vjce-President.
HENNESSY AIDE 'TRAIN WITH BLAZING STORIES Of BREWER
SHOWS NEW GRAFT RDES FOUR MILES
hUK HRUtirS AID
Curran Testifies ;it Osbornc'i
Investiir.itinn Of gk5O,000
Raise in One Gontrtct.
Throng of Notables at First
I Ceremony Since That for
Hanna Ten Years Ago.
" WASHINGTON, Fab. 17. funeral
Sarvlees for Senator Tlaron of Oeor
01a wara kald to-day tn tha Nenst
hajbr. Tbara wara no speeches of
aulogy, mo muaic and no flowera a
aawt two design the tribute of the
' Itaalf and Prealdent Wilson
Oateh raated on the coffin. The cere-
Insplrtng In their very
My. and tha place In which
held, with the dignity of
mhled to do honor to tha
I lent added Impreaalvenesa.
hour before th body waa
taken Into tha Senate Chamber II lay
p th adjoining marble room.
' Seatd th caahet In th marble room
Ms guard of honor oompoead of one
Mara of the Union army and one of
fM Oonfdrt. Senator Bacon wa h
officer. The Southern
J. I. Marahall of Ulrmlng-
Ala., and tha Northern. Major
I A. Abbott of Providence, R. I.,
members of tha Capitol police
Shortly after noon the caakat waa
al into tha Chamber and placed
a craped bier dlrctly In front of
tie Vlo-rrri.lnt h dek. Tha ser-
n at 1 o clock.
upon th Boor wr rae-ved
PrasUeul WUauo, who, bo wet at.
jot attend owing to tha cold
recently contracted, mambara of
Cabinet, tha Chief Juatlce and Aa-
Justice of th Supreme Court,
of th Diplomatic Corpa,
bar, it th Hon of Repreeenta-
sjst other notable
of th dead Senator"
tha officiating clergyman
la tha Vle-pTidents room
for the aartloaa, whan they
to tha seat rrved
Wilaoo. wife of the President.
Helen Wood row Bonea, oc-
aaata la tha reserved gallery.
OPINIO IV VICE-
Vloo Prealdent Marahall
slowly to his aeat and called
to order th abort and
tha customary form, Mr. Mar-
la a role full of feeling and
I almost to a whiaper. aaid:
I tors, th hour ha arrived at
la accordanoo with th or
t the Senate, th final oars
over th body of Augustus
Hauion. lata a Senator from
sad an unusually dlatln-
a saber of this body, are to
In conformity to cus
ad la token of our common
th chaplain of tn Senate will
a prayer to Ood, the Father
and Ood, tha
Hot. Forrest J. Prattyman
of tha Sonata, offered
A I. MAN Y. N. Y.. Ih. 17.-Thr col
lO the stntr Of repair nml ItlSlSH
nmicp contracts In 1912 Rat npproxl
inately 30 per cml. hlglior thim esti
mate hy thn HlKhwny Department
r-iglaeers, according to the testimony
to-day at ha Osborne hlifhwiiy graft
hearing. The testimony wan given
by lifland W, Inah. un Minn i In
the ilppurtiiirnt. wlm helped compare
the nstlmatM uniler the direction of
Paul Me I ai ml. former hlef engineer.
"Then aaaiimltiK thai alioiit ,n0.
MJt worth of such contract were
avtanled. the State lost about $00,
000, didn't It?" naked Mr. Osborne.
"It did," wa the reply.
The wltnea testified that the esti
mate were compiled from figures the
engineers obtained relative to the cost
f stone and the manipulation of stone
The 11 contract awarded In 1112,
concerning which Mr. Osborne ha re
quested Oran.l Jury action, were dis
tribute,! by First Deputy Charles P.
Foley and then approved by the Itoet-llensel-l'eck
Joseph Curran, one of thn Investi
gators for John A. Ilennessy. testified
In relation to a construction contract
between Jamison and Host Klma,
Erie County. The contract originally
culled for bituminous macadam, at a
cost of 147,000. Ij-ter It waa changed
to brick ut a cost of 1104,000. The
contractor were Hush A TVrclvsl of
MurTalo. The Krle County Orand
Jury indicted the engineer who were
"Why weren't the -ontractors In
dicted also?" Mr. Osqome naked.
"I can't Imagine what was In the
mind of the Orand Jurors," Curran
Mr. Curran testified that the change
In construction and increase In oost
had been authorised by the Iteel-llenael-f'erk
STEERS COMPANY BENEFITED
IV ROAD SPECIFICATIONS.
Mr Curren testified that In IMS,
ts-u.uuo worth of contract In Suffolk
and Westchester counties, for which
I'oekaklll cementut lou gravel waa
spuclfled, were awarded. Approx
imately half of them, ho said, were
cancelled hy Highway Commissioner
Carlisle on the ground that they were
"Improvident." Most of tb roads
constructed, he c-ont.nued, had "gone
Some of the roads already have
lieen Investigated by grand juries.
Mr. Curren s. id practically only
source of the ..upply vf tha cementa-
tlous gravel waa controlled by Henry
This company Mr. Osborne de
clared, "Is really the Oaffney-Steera
Company of New York. Mr. St ers
years ago. was a business partner of
State Knglneer liensel, who at the
lime the contracts were awarded was
a member or tne Highways Commis
John Martin, un efficiency expert In
the Highways Department testified
cnmentatlous gravel had no practical
use In road building.
Middletown Force, Givfn
Alarm in Advance, Is Wait
ing and Saves Express.
'Sperlal to Tb Kvfniof W.,rl1 I
MIDDI.KTOWN. N. V., Feb. 17 -While
a westbound Wells Fargo Ex
press train was speeding through
New Hampton early to-day flamee
broke through thn ventilators of tine
of the rar. The train was stopped
snd u.i effort was mude to extinguish
the blase with snow, but this failed
A telegram was sent to this city and
the fire alarm was sounded while the
train was dashing here, a distance of
four miles, with the car hissing. The
firemen wrre waiting with two lines
of hose and as soon aa the train halt
ed the car was smashed open and the
The car was gutted and $5,n00 worth
of merchandise destroyed It Is stated
It will cost nearly that amount to re
pair the car. The goods were billed
E UP A
COST HIM S25.000
Frederick Hotlaendcr, Million
aire, Mum Pay for Slander
inx Homier Partner.
TOOK POISON BY MISTAKE
BUT HE MAY RECOVER
I'redeiick llollacndet, the millionaire I
beer Importer and brewer, must pay
his one-time partner, Karl Tlelcnlus.
llTi.OOO because I loll. lender told Mrs.
Tn b ruin her aged husband was
friendly wild other women A ver
dict In that sum was returned to- I
day In Justice Manning's part of the
Supreme Court In Mrooklyn. Tlelenl-
us sued for l (ROM,
According to TrsMnlBR be bought
llollaender's Interest In the Arm of
Frederick llollucnrtrr A 'o. several
years iuto when llollaeuder wanted to
go abroad, loiter Hulluender re-
turned and wauled to buy back Ills
pari, but Tblcnlus would not sell.
On the Stand Tlelenius, who Is pas
seventy, said llollitcndcr had slan
dered him to his wife and daughters. I
llollaendnr told them, It was sworn,
that Tlelenius was keeping up two
establishments for women. As a re
sult Tlelenlus's wife and his daugh
ters. Irmu and Klsle, left him and
liuve since remained away.
The wife and (laughters testified
that llolluender told them the stories.
They ure still unfriendly towurd the
husband and father, but they were
frank about the cause of the family
Son of ex-Justice Swallowed
Mercury on Top of a Big
Thanks lo tha large dinner hn ate,
Itobett McKcan, a son of ex Justice
John M. McKean of the Court of
Special Sessions, has a veny good
chance of recovering from the effects
of the two bichloride of mercury tab
lets which he took by mistake and
which landed him In Pordham Hos
pital. At the hospital this afternoon
It was said that Mr. McKean hud re
sponded well lo the treatment for the
i McKean, who la a special agent of
the New York balloon Company, en
tertained friends ut dinner last night
at hi homr. No. 1K7I Uathgate ave
nue, tha Mronx. Mul Be ate so heartily
a dinner that It dlatreaaed him after
ward and, going to the bathroom for
Indigestion tablets, he took two T 1-2
grain bichloride of mercury tablets
After thla he went out for a walk.
and then the poison began to munl-
fest Itself. HI suffering became so
acute that he went home, learned
then what he had dona, and then
rushed to IV Tremoni avenue police
station, beseeching l.leut. Thompson
to send for an ambulance. Dr. Dolan
arrived with It. and after administer
ing the first remedies hurried McKean
to the hospital.
12 HORSES DIE IN FIRE.
DR. SPITZKA LEFT LITTLE.
famous Specialist Owaed Only Li
brary and laatrasseate.
rtr F.dward Charles Rpltxka. the fam
AUS alienist, who dl-d on Jsn. i:t, thn
day before he was to appear as a wit
ness In a 10.000 suit tor alienation of
affections brought against him, was
practically penniless when he died, ac
cording to his will, which was filed to
day In the Surrogate's office.
The only things of value that he I -ft
are his medical library snd WMrgiesJ in
struments, which are estimated to be
via th less than SS.foO In the petition for
letters of administration tiled by Mra.
Kstharina M. Hpltska. the widow, who
lives at No. SI Kaat Hcventy-thtrd stiavt.
Mrs. Kpltxka Is left the entire estate
The will does not mention Dr. Fdward
Anthony Spltska, a son. now attached
to thn Jeffen tn Medical College of Phil
adelphia, who lives at No. SIM Larch
wood avenue, West Philadelphia.
r Mas Taos lor tne nro ana
4 tal great mas.
r ftalss Th that tha hand of
i erRS aot laid upon Mm until hs
I message to th world
ssat forth th Influence of a
lit Into th soul of our na
with a physical form which
animated by a presence full of
of self-mastery, confident
a rich and varied acholur
ic gajjaaibi by reason of a conse
nt ill, dominant with a purpose
ilofty aim, he faced and fulfilled
demands of a faithful Sena-
Baker starts Baaeball War With
I'HU'AHO. Feb 17 What may be the
first gun In the legal battle of the
National League against the Invading
Federals was contained In the follow
ing telegram received from President
Raker or the Philadelphia National
League Club hy President (lllmore of
thn Federsl League:
"I understand our pitcher, Tom Sea
ton, has signed with your Kansas City
club and Is on his way to report. The
Philadelphia National league Club owns
Neat on and will go to any extreme to
protect Its property. HAKER "
(lllmore said Reaton would play with
Kansas city despite the protest of the
Phllly boss. "
YleV-Preeldeal of Hosrvlllr Trent
William Falrlie. Vice-President of the
rtosevllle Trust Company, several of
wlme officials were Indicted In Conner
tlon with mismanagement revealed lost
summer when Kaymond D. Hmlth. the
Treasurer, disappeared, dropped dead
to-day In the oltlce of Prealdent Merrltt
(1. Perkins of the Franklin Havings In
stitution In Newark Mr. Falrlie was
seventy years old. He waa President
of the Falrlie Wilson Coal Company
and a director of the institution In
which he died. Mr Falrlle'sedeeth Is
supposed to have been hastened by the
smash of the Rosevllle Trust Company.
He was vigorous III his efforts to secure
the Indictments found.
Mall Whom Also Horsed la Blase
That Destroys Two Nlables.
Twelve horses belonging to Ernest
Kroessler, a truckmaa. were burned to
death at 1 A. M. to-day when his sta
ble at No. 7 SO Bast Twelfth street was
destroyed. The fire started In Munjamln
Lefkowlta'i stable st No. 7S2, next door,
and spread to No. 710.
Moth buildings were one-story frame
structures. Two men slept In Ifkow
Its's stable, and the nrlped Police Ber
gaant Rellly of the Union Market sta
tion get nine horses out, but only two of
Kroessler ' horses were saved. Several
United Htatss mall wagons were burned,
the total loss being 11.000.
"What Shall 1 Do
For My Complexion?"
saked a rslgnlng Society wemsn of air
Thomas Barlow. Physician to King Kd
ward's household. "Take olive ell; live
ea It; eat It; drink it; dress year food
with It, snd don't do without It."
fn tstln countries where olive oil is
dslly used, clear, smooth skins and lux
uriant hair are almost Invariable, aad srd
directly attributed to th olive ell diet.
le the purest anil flneat that ran he made.
It haa a dlatlncl, dellshtful flavor, and la
unuaually rich In medicinal and food prop
rtlea. !a a trifle mora expensive per
parka thai. Inferior grades, but you vat
If mir dealar henltatte armnt einpl1af ymu
eith Chilis, n't on .mliraUnn that ha wriiiid
I like to sulntitiitp a hrantl mi iiidi UU profit I I
lrsirT. in mm iiwimri wa win iivnvar U )OU
dir.-rt or Uirnigli wMne iiesrov DtrrvliaQt.
Trial bottle, trtth lilstnry .if Thirls and booklet
i nntaknliif 75 ,NiUr asUil rfM'lsas. Bulled OB re
rvtut of "0 refill la itsrar or ruin.
ANTOINK CHIRIH COMPANY,
Dept. We 1H Piatt Mtreel. Now York.
ftaa Kplaaopat burial aSlc was
Bai Hi by Blahop Alfred Hard
tdat ot too Protestant Episcopal
i aad a benediction followed by
tha lapse of probably a mln-
i Vice-President spoke again:
th loving band of the rum-
OK congress anu me omcera
gesjkats" be suld, "we consign
body of our well beloved
r, to be by them conveyed to
IB the Htate or ueorgia,
deposited In Its final rest
May his la burs In the cause
JtaUonal liberty long bless the
of th Capitol police force
body back to th marble
re It remained until es-
to tha railway station for the
to Atlanta, where It will He
at th Georgia Capitol until
Macon for interment.
a striking fact that tha last
held In the Senate was
Hanna, It occurring Just
ago to a day namely, on
I rstrsl tn Make f T.tt4),so laaae.
ALflANY, Feb. 17 The New Tork
Central and Hudson lllver Railroad
Company to-day applied to the Pub
lic Service Commission, Second Dis
trict, for permission to Issue ttU.OOO.iMMI
In t 1-2 pet cent. icfmidliidjSind Im
proving mortgage bonds to net not lss
than Ml-Z per cent, of par. Money
derived from them would so towxrd
meeting notes amounting to 6t, 6t2,000,
which fall due this year.
ta Gat a
See. lex FREE
vest to tend
e s sAr. in k
tae of !r. Cethnina
h, Kril 'a wuutlerf ul
rent mem for mski :
ir- bust isliiinp aritl
ilrsn; alat our bunli
let. 'Tlia Perfect Ku-
it Increased her
own aati tier iiaticnia
t'.stn ;; t.. (I in. tie
Write to-day sad In-i-rtvae
UK- to help pay
list H tm tt m 1 1 pen tea,
and M (UK-, treaime'it
srlll be RMlled at oar
ui t-.ain lav aaa.
OR. KRtLTCO.. Oert. t lit'. Ituffalo.N.Y.
For the new dances
you need healthy
feet. If your feet
are ailing, you con
correct their ail
ments by wearing
We Illustrate the Tru-Tred a
broad toe, stylish last that
Ktve perfect euse. and over
come, the troubles caused hy
ordlnury shoes. $5,00 to a. 00.
Dr. Reed Cushion Shoe
For Man anof Women
t'se either store.
M.'ill llroailway ut :iHth St.
Woolworth Wdg., 1-' Turk PI.
BDUAB TATK a ro..
A'blc Her, I
Call u Writ, fur II "in.
.to Vt'.r. Kxiitn.li s,
1M.1 Braadwev. N.V.
I BSFvtee I
at tar U
anuounced at the White
that Prealdent Wilson did not
th funeral services, because
wi urn iiuus ii wise tor
exposure at a time when
recovering from a troublesome
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Open Mas! aad S lavas yEvsam fa.
IM ST. L. STATION AT COrTSES
THE Men's Section in the new Lord
dr Taylor Building is a store within
a store not merely a men's furnishing
counter. You can enter by a special
men's entrance on 38th Street, make
your purchases, be shaved and mani
cured, change your clothing, if you
like, and leave without passing through
any of the departments where women's
goods are sold.
Rapid service is the keynote of the Men's Section.
All merchandise goes directly to men packers on the
basement mezzanine, by means of dumb Waiters from
the selling counters. Packages to be taken are promptly
returned by the same means. Cash registers facilitate
The Men's Barber Shop and Manicuring Parlor, in
the mezzanine basement directly beneath the Men's
Furnishing Section, is equipped with electrical shampoo
ing and massaging apparatus of the latest and' most im
proved types. The hygienic methods and devices used
are under the supervision of the Lord 6- Taylor staff of
physicians and trained nurses.
Men living out of town will appreciate the conven
ience of a suite of private dressing rooms, in which cus
tomers may change from day to evening clothes, having
the former sent home without charge, if desired.
On the fourth floor is a new section of especial in
terest to men. It is devoted entirely to apparel and acces
sories for motoring. Connected with it a the New Jer
sey Automobile License Bureau the only place in the
state where N. J. license plates and drivers' licenses
may be obtained.
The Young Men's and Boys' Clothing sections are also
on the fourth floor. Other departments of interest to men
are the Men's Shoe Section, tne Men's "Onyx" Hosiery
Section, the Travel Bureau, the Theatre Ticket Office,
the Candy Counter and the Cut Flower and Plant Shop ;
and the series cf attractive rooms cn the I Oth floor
gg where Luncheon and Afternoon Tea will be served. IJ3S;
The new store will open on
Tuesday, February 24th
Lord & Taylor
Fifth Avenue, 38th Street, 39th Street
!Jj Murray Hill 9000
Wl J 11
patriae" s .