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Ringwalt, Back From
tunc, ucacnucs i iJCir
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Me betas led by 15,0e mrvlr
"Mhm. at Rhelms; In the cham.
MMMnbt under the city aad
MMflBC Vineyards, wan pictured
Usy Jaaeah O, Rlamvalt of this
f im te, atranfftst phase of ex
mrhrHhihy the exigencies' of
gssjat war. ninrwalt, who li New
t NfrTMMtatlv for a bit French
It in Una company, retained to-
MtirA tke F reach line ate Bier
(i9 -! SB" H 5BW
'(0 llll IIIIVs
severe '.colds or
. fHpp in few hours.
ah ' . . a eaa a a a a a
xew,eM ww btmk aaa an grippe
j ,ea aner mkhut a nose 01
I'eV.CeM Caeapotwe?' every two
rmUi three does, ere tafcea.
I yrawatly ee'clemd-up bos
LaM .air. miiii la the head,
aaatr discharge or note ron-
rel teres aiek kea4aeae, dullness.
i am throat, aaeeaiaf, eore-
etlsWoal Quit blowlag
I Ease yew throb Waf
M la the world (irea
teliat aa ."Feae'a Cold
wMeh eeeta oaiy M eeaii
rdrag start. . It seta wKheat
Aeeept ae saaetitate.
Hoahawihea, after having epet tkm
moatha Invaatlcatlng the champagna
outlook la the French vineyard dis
trict, row held In the chatoa of war.
He waa one of th vary few crrlltane
who had been allowed to vlilt tlbelm
and eecape with a story of condition
"The Oermana are less than two
ml Ion away from the city," the wine
epeclallat said, "and they could com
pletely destroy the city within halt
an hour at any time they choac. The
French reailae thle and appreciate
the reatralnt of their foea In not ea
ertlng their terrible forces of deatnio
tlon. AII effort at beating the Ger
mane back have failed, and even now
ahella frequently fall In the city.
"Because of thla constant Promina
of sudden death above ground, the
entire remaining population of the
oace beautiful French city haa taken
to the wine catacomb you hardly
aeo a human figure stirring In the
streets. There, deep down among the
jnlllona of bottle of champagne, llvo
the brave cltleeaa of ntielme. They
do their cooking there, aleep there,
and even hold religious aervlcea un
der ground. There 1 something In
spiring and tremendously atrange in
thla condition of lira.
"I aaw a chapel that had been es
tablished In a wine catacomb. A sheet
ugalnst a 'bank of bottles formed the
screen for the altar. Candles, stuck
In tho necks of empty bottles gave
light on either aide of the rude altar
aad there a priest said mass."
Ringwalt said the famcfes nhelma
Cathedral waa a pitiful wreck; no ef
fort haa been mode even 'to remove
the debrla ot amaahed .carvings and
priceleaa atalned glass from the rose
Unless the Germans should take
the city, he believed, Uwro waa no
Immediate danger of a wine short
sire, 21,000,000 bottles of . cham
pagne being, stored In the catacombs
under Rhelms and 11,000,000 mora
aafely below ground In the vicinity
"The chief difficulty lies In getting
the stock away from Rhelms," he
coaetaded. "I tried to take a wagon
load out and five men were killed
by a ahell whtoh exploded directly
over the wagon."
Libel Salt la Dismissed.
On motion of counsel. Justice Week
dismissed to-day an Indictment for
criminal libel found' on Dec. 8V, 190,
against the New York Press and trying
Wardsaan, maaaglac editor of that
newspaper. The complainant wsa KUw
A Manger, the theatrical firm. Counsel
for Klew Rrlanger notified the Dis
trict Attorney's office that there would
he no objection to the dismissal of the
VER a hundred and forty
thousand new babies have
come to town since a year
Naturally we are much
interested, in such statistics,
because just as naturally we
haye had the high "honor of
supplying the "first things"
for so .many pf them: first
shirts, first wrapsfirst socks,
first shoes for first steps,
We don't know the sta
tistics regarding baby's
aunts and gtandmothers and
cousins " but certainly a
great number of them have
7tom.;to karrithat "they
never pay more at Best's. ' '
' 'tifik Ammi,:Wmi.&Uti Ctrur Uik tort
rimilture Without Deposits.
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DLLEY HITS AUTO,
WINDOW OF STORE
Women and Girls Catapulted
Through Glass Th.ee
Mx women and girls and one man
hurt, an automobile wrecked, the
vestibule of a street car shattered,
the plate-glass front of a grocery de
molished and the chauffeur of the au
tomobile arrested, are the Incidents
catalogued by the police to-day aa
the net results of a big seven-passenger
touring car being waed without
permission this morning.
The owner of the automobile la
John Collins, a booking agent, of No.
2SS West One Hundred; and Eighth
Street. The chauffeur who had the
Collins car out, and who Is held on a
grand larceny charge to-day, Is Wil
liam Jorns, of No. 249 West One Hun
dred and Eleventh Street.
The women and, girls hurt were
Jorns s guesta In a ride about the
city. They were on their way home
at 12.10 o'clock this morning when
Jorns tried to dart la front ot a atreet
car at Islington Avenue and Twenty-seventh
Street. Ilefore Motorman
McNally could apply the brakes, the
street car hit tbo rear end of the
The vestibule of the street car waa
wrecked, while the auto plunged
straight for the plate-glass window
of tbo Oramercy 1'ark grocery on tho
northeast corner, C. A. Oorken, own
er. With a craah that was heard 'or
blocks, the machine hit the front of
the store, and the passengers wero
catapulted from thalr seats Into a
pyramid of fruit and canned gooda
that had been used to embellish the
The car turned over, and several
of the party were pinned beneath It.
J'ollceman Dunn, assisted' by by
standers, pulled out the car and
picked up its scattered occupants.
Miss Qerken, daughter of the owner
of the atore, opened the place and
helped apply restoratives. Dr. Sulli
van took two of the party In an am
bulance to Uellevue. The names of tho
injured were: Ufa. Mary Connelly,
forty-eight, of No. 330 East Twenty,
seventh Btroet; Miss Mary Traynor,
Sadie Traynor, Margaret Traynor,
Annie Traynor, sisters, all of No. 244
East Nineteenth Street, and Miss An
nie Traynor, their aunt, of the same
Miss Annie Traynor, the aunt, was
Injured Internally and ber pelvis waa '
fractured. She remained at tae'hos-
pltal. Her niece, .Annie, suffered a
dislocation of the Wight collar bone
and Mrs. ConnellyV Jaw waa frac
tured, but both the tfatter left Belle
vue after their Injuries were dressed.
May llutler, fifteen, M No. 410 East
Twentieth Etreet, wasmnhurt.
The passengers In the trolley were
badly shaken up, and one,- Daniel J.
Walsh of No.l( Eaat fortieth Street,
waa cut painfully by flying glass.
The chauffeur disappeared directly
after the accident, but came back to
the grocery twenty minutes later, de
claring he had lost himself. Ha waa
practically unhurt He Uold who bis
employer waa and declared that ha
had been given permission to take his
friends for a ride about tho city.
After Lieut. Bracken, at the Eaat
Thirty-fifth Street Station, had heard
Jorns's story ha called Mr. Collins on
the telephone. Mr. Collins denied
giving Jorns permission to take the
car out and the cliaufCeur was
locked up. ,
THREE KILLED BY TRAIN.
Express Dashes lato Sleigh Carry
la Family From Chareh.
LONDON, Out.,. Feb. IS. Alexander
D. McLean of Aldborough Township,
his son Ross, fourteen years old, and
his daughter Elizabeth, six years, were
killed at Bellevlew last night when an
express running fifty miles an hour
crashed Into their slelsh at a crossing
flvo minute after they left church for
home. Jane, aged ten, alio sustained
Injuries which may prove fatal.
SAYS HE'S k IISHOP
AND NOT BUNCO MM
Miraglia Accused of Begging Money
for an Imaginative. Mission
in Garfield, N. J.
A man giving the picturesque name
Paula Beseoro Miraglia was arrested
last night in his home at Fifth Ave
nue and One Hundred and Thirtieth
Street, by Detectlvea Busby and Hy
land, charged with obtaining alms
under false pretenses. Ills assistant,
Arthur Heym, wns arrested at his
home, No, 541 Eaat One Hundred and
Nineteenth Street. Both prisoners
were arrayed In black clerical garb,
and Miraglia wore a large' gold cross
on a heavy gold chain.
The men were taken before Magte
trate Dodd, in the Adams Street Po
lice Court, Brooklyn. John D, Qodfrey
of the Bureau of Charities went to
Garfield, N. J., where the so-called
"mission" for which the prisoners so
licited alma waa aald to be, and re
ported that he found only an empty
shack. Both men aald they were not
'1 am a Bishop." aald Miraglia.
"I am Brfehop of the Holy Catholic
and Apostollo Church which Is not
to be confounded with the Roman
The prisoners were held for exam
ination, aa waa Paul Alexander Ho
barth. an ex-collector.
Deputy United States Marshal Mo-
Avoy arretted Mlraajlia In court' and'
be. arraigned on the charge of writing
vicious letter to Miss Sarah Oemma
Algllglrl ot NO. Htt Henry Street. He
aid he wan not guilty of that too.
BABE NEEDS $2,500 A YEAR.
Pood, Clolhlasr aa4 Toys for Sevea-Meathe-eStd,
George Tysaa '
Seven-months-old Qeorge Tyson, son
of John H. Tyson of New Tork and
Riverside, Conn., needs IJ.600 a year
for clothing, food and toys, according to
a report filed In the Surrogate's Court
to-day by Kmory II. Buckner, appoint
ed referee . to determine how much of
the youngster's Income ought to be ex
pended for his support
The. baby has an lacomA of t4,S00.a
year from an estate of $70,000 and is
heir to a fortune of 2300.000. John H.
Tyson's Income Is but 213.000 a year,
the referee finds. He must nick thle
for the expense of two automobiles,
because his country home is Inacces
sible by trolley, and to kcao ten ser
vants. He pays his. former wife $3,600
a year alimony and also must pay In
terest on a aeoi or ijd.vuv.
TRAIN KILLS TWO MEN.
... i i . , - 'li . . r Jt - - i f
train as it left the, jtemlt,IIjKk r
developed the two men had beeil track
men employed 'by the road. They, Wfff
lilchatl Fokadc'of No? 2tO.PMe.fltM
Engineer Igaoraat of Disaster Oa
side OoBBjaaalpavr Terminal.
When the train leaving the Com'
munlpaw terminal of the Central Rati
road of New Jersey at 7.15 this morning
reached Elisabeth railroad men noticed
that the front and running gear of the
locomotive was covered with blood. The
engineer and fireman dented having hit
Just about the same time trackmen
Jersey City,1 and. Michael feder.
24 Pine StreM.i i ' '
HER HAIR GET GRAY.
Glossy, with Sage, Tea '
and Sulphur. - S
When you darken your hair with Safe
Tea aad Sulphur, no oBe.can tell, he-
cauie ii uuhc ma nuraiiy, to evenly. 1 1
rrepanng mis mixture, tnougiuai nomr
Is musty and troublesome. For AO Mat
you can buy at any drug store the ready-'
to-use toofc called "Wyeth's Sage aad
Sulphur Compound." You just dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it .and.
rlraw Iki thrntiah VOIir hair. talrtnaF
one small strand at a time. By mora-'
be all gray hair disappears, and, after!
auoincr ppui:aiuii ui tnu. uui nair
becomes beautifully darkened, ajoiiy and
luxuriant. You will also discover daa
arull ! gone nnu uir ran tuppru laiiiBf ,
Grar. faded hair, though no disgrace,
is a sign of old age, and as We ell' de-
lire a youthful and attractive appear
ance, get busy at once w!thWyetn.'e
Dage ana ouipnur aaa ioos years
younger. Aavt. -
twcnHr rntuai, ilh wbxlx
OWN ACCOUNTS FROM .tf UPWARD.
TMAV WIU. eTJtT AWT OOKBl CAM OM ON CUBIT.
ft MH Sale x h ux UrtHXkm
Fti4 ClMpper AiB
Storei Everfwhere -With the Beat cErerythirHj to Eatand Drink
, JAMES RUTLER
A Lenten Sale
THE GREATEST OF ALL
A Contlnnons Banquet of Quality Foods
Prices That Will Bring Joy to Every Household.
Don't miss this exceptional opportunity offered by every one of the 240 James Butler
Inc. Stores and Markets. The prices below are eloquent of economy and tell their own
story. Only a few appear in this announcement. Call at the nearest James Butler Storo
and ask for the Special Lenten Circular with its long list of new. seasonable foods at
sensationally low prices. I
Strictly Fresh Eggs, 11 for 25c
Coming in daily from the early egg-laying districts carload after
carload. ' Every egg is examined before being sent to our branch stores,
and you may buy with every confidence. .
Feasts of Fish for Your Lenten Fast
Imported Sdr dines lfmosTre 5C
Norway Mackerel 50c
KiDDeredHerrinc,, & 10
Salt and Smoked Herring, 2 f 5c
PnreFishThreads,xLcii Brand; Pg.5c
Alaska Pink Salmon, Taii can..,: 9c
Alaska Red Salmon, K:!: 17c
Pure Codfish,.fiJb.Gr?.e..:r:! 13c
Pure Codfish Threads,
Flln 171 ell DC Pacl"c Ocean delicacy, that tastes and looks like 1 QC JC
AUIlcl loll j chicken; more popular every day; large can '
Strictly Fresh 66
East View Eggs, oec
New Laid; deliciouslv fresh; dozen in carton . . taPeLaT
Every egg guaranteed sold only in sealed cartons. They
give unqualified satisfaction to the most fastidious.
Blue Ribhon Jams, SLSS 15c
aJaitlSy Gem Brand, assorted flavors, glass jar. . .8C Jelly 9 Mother Cook's, glass tumbler 7C
California Peaches i-: 10c
Evaporated Peaches, ttitiz
Evanorated Apricots, 12c
DanMAO Cboiceit Caliiorn'a rruit.
to .the lb., lb.
nit. averaging AS
AenawaornO 'r? 5.an, Extra Choice Call
tm9fCUJ5M0t) fomla bpears
nia.' can J.Ufa
Seeded Raisins, package, 10c&7c
DamIssa lasiAMAivna Choice Calif or
From Rich Whole' Milk Every Can Guaranteed
Butler's and Shawnee Brand, fr;:! 7C
Liberty Brand 3 cans 25; can 9C
5iLK Stamps Free with sanitary can 1 AC 1
EMle Milk, Richest and Best AU-J
EYaporated MilkThicker Than Cream
Lake view Brand, 3 17 D&
Belle Brook Brand, 3 -20 can 7e
Fresh from National Biscuit Company.
All 5 Cent Ak
All 10 Cent Q
&X Stamps FREE with
1-lb. Choice Teaa for. . .
&VC Stamps FREE with
1-lb. Very Beit Coffee. .
POtatOeS, 15-Ib. Peck, 19c; 6 . 8C
A Big Drop in tbe Best selected Maine Potatoes
OniOIlS. Finest Red or Yellow 2 lba- 5C
Apples, &GcTA 3 ibs.ioc
Eating Apples, idit'J.. 19
Grape FrOit, tar,e.ndiuicy;e.ch 5; 6,0, 25
Florida Oranges, tez.??t.!Z: 23c
sm'I . U
A M mm rwlntui at I i t4 IA
Prprefl BHCkWheat. Hlue llibbon. largo package! Kch
Prepared Flour, Bluc'Ribbon, largo package. , . 1 fC
Awnt Nuuia's Pancake Fleur, package ) IV
Bute Ribbon Syrup 1 iac
Peerless Molasses ctin IV
Macaroni, Spaflhettl, .Golden Egg, package 7C LemOIlS New importation; bright and juicy; 4 or 5
NaOSlle,' Golden Egg Brand, big package 5c 1 - ' - -
Triumph OatS, Largest package, highest grade 8c
Good Clean Rice , . .1 lbs., 17c
i C 9tttWMln EWa i I Albwanceforenipties; lOcper donplltsj IJorUOii.boU. aK PKUVffi fjkbW
At All 111 James Butler Inc. Licensed Stores.
Hennessy'sS-Star French Brandy,?i so
w. a B a w M ti Metes vvi m Mwvanwe
Wllcnn Ulilclrmr & Nnnffaie Dira h IV AC
WlUJU.ew sjfc SJmneJl MkJV Hot.
5Q &C Stamps FREE with bottle of rYS
Old Monogram Rye Whiskey
The World's Best Brown Brew
Popularly Priced and placed within the reach of all.
3 splits 23c I 3 Botues 33c
Allowan'ceforeniptics; lOcper donplltsj lfiotyerdog.bota.
At All 35 James Butler Inc. Markets.
Fresh Halibut Steak 2 ibs. 25c
Fresh Caught Fish A mc
Market Cod and Flounders....
Fresh Herring J tJ
Fancy Oysters, jj?..z. 10c
Smoked Shoulders. Like hams.' Jb. 12
Loins of Pork lb. 16c
Sirloin & Porterhouse Steak . .lb. 22c
Canned Peas Underpriced
Ormonde Castle, J.uu:.5: 8c; 3 2
East View, 12f223;
17aolA Ellr l'ted' Small Early Junes; neen, tender; V
aCaSSlC. most delicious; can ', 7.' ,. ....... I .' J, t)r
Blue" Ribbon; fruit Cc
flavors; pkge. .. ... O
Double &C Stanapa Wednesday
Popular Palate Pleasers Underpriced .
Tomato Catsup, tt; 15c & 10c
Worcestershire Sauce,p !15c & 1
Dutlrfs Chili Sauce. bottic....;liV
AU three unsurpassed in piquancy and SaVor-made I
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