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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914.
Enmching it Camden Marks
Addition of Another Dread
nought to the Navy.
WTUlDKXPnTA. Maror. 11 -The
super dreadnought Oklahoma, on of
A largest and most powerful A marl -otl
bettleehtpe afloat, waa launched
H day from tba yard of the New
Yerk atptMitidlna; Company at Cam
iM, N. J In the presence of a larf
MW of ln1trl e-iiaate.
Tm giant sea flfhter was alvcn her
MM by Mla Ixrena Jan Cruoa,
dsafbter of the Governor of Okla-
who crashed a bottle of eham
esjalnat the great prow of the
sfata a the bull inn to glide Into
tae Dataware River. Mlaa Cnice.
carrying a large bunch nf American
Beauty rosea, waa mirrntinded by a
dona tin frlenda from Oklahoma,
aad there wae nuch enthualaem aa
tha ahlp took the water
Only the Pennaylvanla. building at
Ntwport Newe, and the atlll nameleee
battleship No. an, the keel of which
WM laid laat week ut the New York
Nary Tard, will outstrip the Okla
hoerta la tonnair. dleplarement, length
or tha power of her great mine.
length of the new giant aea
la Ml feet and her dlspluce-
meat will be 17,600 tone, or 500 torn
greater than the largest American
righting ahlp now afloat
la both armament and armor the
Oklahoma will be far ahead of present
American ahlpa Her principal
weapon will be ten fourteen -Inch
(una. capable of flrlng ehell weighing
W pouadi A feature of tho arms
Mat will be the placing of three of
taeee great guna In one turret. One of
BaTIl gaa turreta will l on tha fore-
along with a turret of two
Another two-gun turret will
as aa the quarter deck and aatern of
tate will be another turret with the
raaalnlng three fourleen-lnch guna
bout tha big warahlp will alio be
uTastrlbuted II Ave-huh guna and
MMM Minor armament constating of
l-souadere. 1-poundera, l-'nob field
armor bait la especially heavy
It Is U taohes thick and will ea-
feet along each aide of the
1 from t fast below tha water
i to feat above the water There
two protective decka to guard
plunging Are, una 2 Inchon
aad the other 1 1-2 incline.
Tha Oklahoma will burn nil. and
fines will have M.Kuu Indicated
power, aufflclnnt tu develop h
of JO, knots an hour. Tho
of oil fuel will lie curried In
double bottom of the ahlp, which
uie necessity of coal
UNCONSCIOUS ON ROOF
Ward of Charity Home Badly Hurt
In Pall From Window
to Top of Hoice.
Whan Harry Croaln sf Ns. 114 Rant
Fifty-third street gross about
'clock thla morning and peered out
tha window to find what kind of a
day It waa ha was startled to see a
woman In bar nlgbtrobe, writhing and
twlatlng on tha roof of tba three
atory bouse at No. in East flfty-
eecond street, as though Injured and
unable to rlae. He telephoned the
police, and Hergt. McAdama of the
East Flfty-flm atret station, find
ing No 123 closed, rouaed the alatera
In HI. Zltas's Home, No. IK. and
through the home reached the roof,
dragging a ladder with him.
With thla be got to tbe roof of
No. IS, a story below, with Dr.
I'.-anl of Flower Hospital, whom be
had summoned, and aome of the at
tendanta In the home. The attend
ants recognised the woman on the
roof an Mlaa Tennis Frank, who had
lieen a ward of the home two weeka.
It la auppoaed that the woman walked
In her aleep, went to the roof and
Dr. Heard found that both her lega
were broken end that ehe was In
jured Internally. Hhe was aensolcsa
and he hurried her to the hospital
after McAdama had tied her In a
chair und lowered her through the
skylight of the empty hone to tie
top floor, whence he carried her to
At the home It waa aald that the
woman was a laundress and fre
iliiently came there for a rest. Noth
ing else was known about her.
BEHEADED FOR CRIMES
Prisoner Murdered His Father, Wife
and Two Children Tried
to Kill Others.
FRANKFORT ON - THE - MAIN.
Germany, March It. Carl Hopf. the
drugglat of thla city who has been
named the "Hluelieard of (lermany,"
wss beheaded to-day for murdering
his father, hla first wife and his two
The accused man was found sullfv
of the rhsrgn In January, and alao of
attempting to murder hla second snd
third wives snd several other persons.
girt Of the Htate of Oklahoma
to her lighting nsmeaake la a splen
oma stiver aervloe.
CaussSJa Drowse Is Hirer.
Oe realms Hchouten of th liarg
of the New York Centre!
was rise service waa drowned In the
North River off the Holland-America
lias pier In Hoboken early to-day. II
slipped aa he was going aboard the
esfsa from the pier. Ilia wife end two
eaasaea, who wire with him at ti
IH ' MM V ha riltl ti.it utter m H,.iit,.t
Striking th water No trace of
esaid be found when the pier
Owes His life to
This Long Remedy
Tr i on nat rontlnutwl i ouch
rolil. you tf In nnatant dinitt of aaatlv
rmiirHriinv aarlua Iunt? Trouble Th
rontn or mi.i which Oom not vlM to or
tiitmry treatment ahnuM ho a w a mine to
you. ina revant.va inMium nhould be
ink en aa ooon ai poeelh'e. In many
Krkmen'a Alterative, a remedy for Throat
ml litinf Trout-lea. ha a tToufht perma
nent ri-rnvery. Itrad thta:
0lllf Mil Av. ami Aarot Plart.
Queena I'ourt. U. I,. N T.
.'ini'mrn in ine yar innH I was
ifiHcii with naavy ohi ami a naNty
ahurt cough. I went to aeveral doctor,
who live ma a lot of mdlr1na. Kin it I ty
I want to a aperlallrit, who nave ma rro
anta that made me alrk of all Htni of
roiHi , i (inarx)iiwntiy i rai ! in haall h I
Mi. n want to tha Catekmi. and aeemad
tu it t hattar. hut tha rouah atlll kapt up.
I atayad thara for on a yrar. and than
want to a furm near .laraay t'lty. a vary
alck man. Ahout thr ttma of my raturn
my hrnthar tat nmmaudiHl m kman'a Attar
atlva to ma very htfhly. It is now naarly
two yaara alma 1 flrat took It. I am
now wall, and I dara aav that I would
hava baaii lurlad lone If It had not
haan for Krkman'a Altai atlva."
(Affldavlil JOtlRPH J TROBSCHDR.
iAhova abhravlatod; nor on raqusst.)
y. kman'a Altaratlva haa boon provan by
many yrari' laat to ba moot affb a. loui
for aavata Throat and lunc Affartlona,
Hronrhltla. Itmn. hlai Aathma. fttubbotn
folda and In uplulU1lni tha aratant. ('on
talna tut nareotlta, polaona or hahlt form
Inn druaa. Hold by Hlkar Hartatiian lru
Ktoraa and Ifadlnc drua-.ata. Wrlto tho
Krlitnan l.atroratory. Phtladalphla. Ia . for
booklet talllnt of roi-ovartaa and additional
MRS. IDA VON CLAUSSEN
CREATES A SCENE WHEN
SENT BACK TO TOMBS
Shrieks In Court Th:i1 Whole
Proceeding AfthtSl Her
Is a Joke.
Mra. Ida von "laiieen was raturnsd
to the Tombs Id gal M aeult UothW
hearing Friday on her application to
be dlacharged from oastOd follow
Ing the action of u Slierlir's Jury
which found her OOMpgtOnt t" man
sge her own affaire. Mra. von Clang
sen cunts to plead M an lndli ttnnt i
now pending ggslnai in t . iei n a
threatening letter mIk- real g a
rormer attorns) 0
Attei the couri adjourned h baaf
Inn until I'tl'lnv Mrs. oti I'i.tussen
veiled in ii voice that eoaM be heard
In tli" 'unit rn rrldors .
"Kverj nlniitg they Keep rue in
Jail I will Mile tlm State fur damages.
i Ineanef Ma, ha. it la to laugh, why,
FolkSi this whole thliiK la a Juke."
liandsllpfl NaWiTAaa, Mrs. von i ' la us -
ii m rminewl. argued that the Hher-'
iff's Jury, In llndlng hor ixunpetnnt to;
manage bar business affairs, Implied
that sh" Is on pa Me el reapondlng to
salst.iiit 1 il'itrh t Attorney Medalln
fold the Cowl that I Slieilffs Jury's'
vii Hot flndltu: a defendant cnmDe-1
teal dues not moan thai 'he person
Ih alao Miine When her counsel was
arguing Mrs von ('lauasen lookmi tc-
Wgrd I'cputy Asaletant District-At-torney
Kdelsun gad remarked
"You ought to tie In a ciiae "
Iiter Mr Kdelson referred to her
its a Wtntlaal, Mra. von Clsuseen
leaHv! from her c hair and told tho
Ntnie'a attorney thnt h ought to be
ashamed nt himself
The lest! mon ) takea before the
sh i iff s jury win be nffefJred to .iu
ttce In I be seen) she i found
ane by the Court sin will !" takon
In the Criminal Term of the Huprema
Couri to phad to iic antlctmnnt
lifts dance hall lid.
dunce hulls get s restaurant license
they ran sell food without Intoxicat
ing drinks iiftcr o'clock, and not
Not inure than thirty applications
for all nlirlit licenses have been re
ceived ft the City Mull.
Owners of amusement halls where
balls, parties and racOpttOQl nrn held
called at the City Hull to-day and
wanted to know If they could law
fully serve food after I o'clock. They
were referred to Herman Kidder,
chairmen of the iid committee, which
has already made its report to the
"If persona nre hungry after J
A. M.," said the Mayor, "there lire
plenty of places with no liquor
licensee where they can he accom
modated." It Is nnderstood that If owners of
Tho Food-Drink for all Agoa
, Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
, Kor infanu.invalide and growing children.
I Purenutrition. upbuilding ik w hois body.
Invigorates nursing mothers sad th. aged'
Mors healthful than tss or codes
Tsfcs as subsMtsts. Ask ter ONLICeVS
Sir Gilbert Parker's
Great New Novel
"You Never Know Your Luck"
in the April Munsey
WHKN this novel goes into hook form after it has appeared in
The Munsey, it will cost you $1.50; in Munsey 's Magazine it
will cost you 15 cents, and in The Munsey you get it first.
Sir Gilbert Parker is unquestionably one of the first novelists of the
day, and one of the most popular. His books, at $1.50 a copy, sell
up into the hundreds of thousands some of them as much as
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SIR GILBERT PARKER
Author ol "The Right of Way." "The Money Master."
"Seals of ths Mighty," " 1 he Judgment Houns."
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rich in illustrations, worth-while articles, short fiction and other material a magazine practically double
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On all news-stands 15 cents a copy; $1.50 a year.
FRANK A. MUNSEY,
Matured Like Old Wme-That,s Why
It's So Delicious
an a ss 8
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