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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER f, 1911.
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la Join fcaliaa with Ibe Ilulirars, ae-
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bit a mil aiiuuu '
with Ibn roluri. . ,
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Mi af policy uot vru Ul.ort4
by hU own Xlnliiry, aixordinK to an
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I he I'rlma MtnUt.r w.a ukrn i In h
Cbamlr of wpiill. Alhana
apatthaa arta1. .... ....
'nOMIi Oct. (via VrM:
Hrrblan army offlci-ra of hlKh rank
havo arrived In Horn. Thrlr pri"
rnre haa allrnetrd much ullrntlon. m
it la rfPortM thi-y nro
in Italian pfdllUm I" tlio IliUkaim.
EARL OF DERBY NEW
BROOM IN RECRUITING
Appointment of Nobleman Likely
to Bring increase to Brit
LONDON. OfiL C Tho appoint,
ment of tho Earl of Derby at th m
queit of Lord KUcliner to tako uhargc
of recrultlnu for tho nrmy comoa at
k nioinonl when tho recnntlnit prob
lem la becomliiB tho aubjart of aerl
oui public criticism. Lord Derby haa
been an tnfatlgnblo worker In ntrlv
In to obtain tho beat roaulta from
th voluntary ayatcm and ho la ox
pected, to command the confluence of
The Liberal pnpera ore very hope
ful of lila bucccbk. Tho Chronicle
aaya In an editorial: "What la want
ed In tho War Office recruiting de
partment li. frankly a new broom,
and If a person of Lord Derby'a au
thority and anieceoenia caiinui
narce inai unncuik jiiuu....
Augean stable must be even
than some of us suppose."
Held for nreaUtiist Into S oinr,
Dstectlvea Lowenhelm went to Tub
lie Rchool No. 61 at Kait Ninth Street
and Avenue U to-day and areited six
boys, charged with breaklnn Into the
KvniFarun at No. Ill Avenue D Satur
day night, dragging out lcnches and
furniture, and breaking them up to bt
.nM fnr Thn bova were Mor
ton CJreensteln, fourteen years old, of
No. lit Avenue Di Jscob Alpcr. fifteen
,vnr iM. nt Nu. 1ZS Avenue D: lien
Jumln Kline, flftuen years old, of No. 132
Avenue D; Hamuel Kline, rleven years
old. of No. 109 Hast Ninth Street: Iftivld
Kchwartz, thirteen years old. of No. 809
' JIamI Ninth Utreet. and Aaron Htul
bercer, twelve years old, of No. 744 Unit
Ninth Street. They will answer In the
Children a Court to a chartse of Pur
When the feet Hch and cause severe
discomfort at the cod o( tbe day. what
relief there is Id a little Poilani spread
gently onl Itching is allayed; annoy.
anoe irom sweaty onors n removed
Under such treatment the trouble Is
not likely to recur quickly. Should
Hives. Hashes, l'imnles. Sunburn.
Sting's, or Mosquito llites annoy, I'oj.
lam will quickly relieve and Leal. Won
derfully helpful in Eczema and skin
iiarsses acgravsUnK and stubborn.
One mouth's, trial of I'uiUin Soup
tbe soap of soaps for tender, seniitive
skinusually leads to its continued
For samples, semi 4c stampn to Kmer
Ctncy Laboratories. 'M Writ Stoth St.
- New York City. Sold by all DrugR'uts
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists,
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Bp; .iraM.iM uuuict UcMtcfcr olUc la tb. dt HmiEHHHllIBIIH
IN NEW FORWARD MOVEMENT:
f 'art AmvHitvrs Great Uatllcs
in (lie Arlcfc and Chan.'
HAND GUI.NADI: HA'ITI-IL
I'rojrctt Clnlmal Near Glv
inch)- After Desperate
I OTFICIAL FRENCH REPORT.
I'AHIH, Oct. , Tim follow) ff
j Drlal .latrtnent haa btrn UoiiihI by
the War Omce.
"The beinbaldllient III lllnli l"ith
aides har bren luklliif miI haa roil,
linurxl in the Artuls dtatrlel. II wun
particularly never" l) Urn miulli of
tho forest of Olvrnchy. Wu have
tiiailn aoiim proKrriu with the hand
grenade in the counectliitf trenuhi-s
tliu )Uthweat of Hie Chateau of
There hus Iwen reported from the
remainder of tho front nothliiK more
hsu artillery flghtlnir, In which both
Idea took p.trt, particularly In the
haillpatcnn district, between the
Mfubu and tho Monelle, to the north
vt Fllrvy and uIoiik tho front In lor
ml lie, In tho vicinity of llntrry,
Uondrcxon and Domovrc,"
WL TO BRITISH
TO RELEASE GOODS
Secretary Lansing Takes Up
Problem of Freeing Millions
in American Foods.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 6. Secretary
Lansing Indicated to-day that tho set.
tlement of tho Arabic caso-had cleared
the way for the despatch of the note,
to Great Ilrltaln covering tho general
subject of trade negotlatlonn and In
terference with American goods in
eutral tra3c. Tho note has been com
puted and Is ready to be forwarded
to Ambassador Page. It Is a lengthy
document cohering the. general situa
tion. It Is understood the note iIomi not
specifically cover the problems of the
Chicago packers, who arc pressing thn
Btato Department to make represent
tatlons on behalf of products valued.
t many million held up and In part1
confiscated by tho Ilrltlsh l'rize
Courta. This subject will be covcrod
In a rcparuto communication proba
bly, although the course to bo fol
lowed haa not been finally deter
mined. On the general situation the Ameri
can nolo, it Is understood, contends
that the burden of proof Is upon the
Ilrltlsh Government to show that
good of neutral dostlnatlon destroyed
or seized are Intended for Germany,
and that the assumption that aJI food
products going to Germany are In.
tended for German military use Is not
Luther M. Walter, Henry Veeder
and Charles J. Faulkner, representing
the Chlcugo Packers, to-day drafted a
letter setting forth tho vlows of tho
puckers which will bo used by tho
llalr Oil fur Knlillrra.
LONDON. Oct. 6. Ilrltlsh residents
of Trinidad are "doing their share" In
the groat war. They sent forty gallons
of cocoanut oil to London. Sikh soldiers
on the western front uso It for dressing
f-rendi Atlnnp! Oflcnilve
WIN Al SOMI: MOINTS.
KUsilCa .'it SoilUnC-l'y Said (O
Have Hrokcii Down
OFFICIAL OERMAN REPORT.
IIHItl.lN. Ort. (via
I'ollowlnir Is the Inil of the atalernent
issued lo-d.y by the War OfTlcei
"A I'rtwh liand-crenadn alturk nn
dm hill north of Neuville was re.
"In the I'luiupiirnn tho I'teni li e.
trrduy utlemplisl to ri sume the of
fensive on the front of their former
nll.irk with hi-ovy artillery tire, which aluu IMrllanient to-day, replying to a
Inrieaaed to Urn greatest Intnnslty i inessum of felicitation on hi birth
ilurlnir tbe nflernon. The enemy , day.
hoped to prepare our poaltlona for, A dispatch from CzernnwlU. Iluko.
slorniniK in it general attack ho ln-'wlna, reporta that ItussUii forces have
ten.led iiiiikliiir, Hlmuttaneaiisly he 'made a violent olluck on tin' Aus-
was geltlng his troops ready for theitrlan along Ihe llessarulilnii frontlf-r.
utlnik along thn entlro front. Inortlirast of the city. Tho iiltiick Ini
"t'nder our artillery flro dlrecled on said to huvn been made nlong i.io
the eniuiiy'a points of departure, the Itlver Pruth. which the llusslans at
Clench were only successful at cer-' tempted to cioss ut ono place by
lain point In bringing their troops swimming.
forward for thn attach. Wherever The despatch ntules thai the llus
they did advance thuy were driven slans mude flvo assaults without sue
back again wllh heavy losses, cess and that muny of them were
"Itepea'ed rushes on the high road drowned,
from Homnie-Py to Houatn broke! v , . . ,
down completely. North and north-1 h" "u "l "K " 'Tal
n i,. sequence In llukowlna for several
ne.l of Vllln Hnr Tourbe thnlr attack
w.r entlrelv linaiiereiuifiil. I
nunncu An u un r
CHASED BY SUBMARINE
Drammensfjord Arrives Here With
Exciting Tale of Escape From
'The Norwegian ste.imer Drammens
fjord arrived to-day from Bandefjord,
Norway, and reported having been
chased by a Gorman submarine In tho
North He a between licrgen and Kirk
wall. Capt. Btensmnrk said he escapod'
by driving his vessel at full speed ,
and at thn sume time sending wlro- j
less calls, which brought Ilrltlsh
putrols, Tho submarine then gave I
up (ho chaao.
Capt. Htensmark said a steamer of
tho some lino as tho Drammensfjord
was sunk by a submarine, several
woeks ago, and ho had been warned
thut BUbmurlnes were on the lookout
for his vessel.
DEATH TO ALL RUSSIANS
WITH GERMAN HELMETS
Kaiser's Men Announce They Will
Treat Captured Patrols
DHIILIN, Oct. , by wireless tel
egraphy to Titckerlon, N. J.). The
official statement from German army
headquarters under dato of Oct. 6,
contains tho following:
"Russian patrols are wearing Ger
man helmets In order to deceive
German troops, It Is evident that
audi llusslans, when they fall Into
German hands, will be troated In ac-
cordunco with the laws oz war."
They will no executed as spies.
NOBLEMAN GETS LICENSE.
Vleonile Ues Carrrtta lo Weil Mrs.
Annie J. (Iruner.
Marie Joseph Jacques Ilruno dn (Isr-
nler, Vlcomtn dea Uurretts, fifty-eight
'u- eovu.ru ""ii
to-day to murry Annie J. Orunor. forty-
llvo years old. a widow, of No. 1J3 Uast
The Vlcomte was divorced In Paris In
Mrs, Oruner Is the daughter of Henry
union, . nu i-iTcmmiy win do iicruirni'Mi
Uhapnl, llrnadwny and One Hundred
and Blxty-slxth Htreet, on Oct 10.
r.itn. i.Aur. pei.uia; lor uire. reiriia. uu i
ini; an. roll. l wirnt; jiMi lllllf. ll.k.r. IS.1
u..r'. n..iu. 9.1.1U, iiHti 9..1IU, .iiuw ...mi,
tint, Wtt.nuxn HU lllrT..HI l.lv. M so
ino U.SH. win1j (V)ttio Tii. IM (J. Smith),
.Ihiw JiHko, IhlrU. Tim., 1.51 4 ft, Tom 1 1 in
rork. MIm Cl.ri, Tuk, AflrrfW, Juklit ta
ior i.rru. .uo r.n
Caurti'inrtlnlleil on Tliefl Charge,
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. E Court
martial has betn ordered In (hu case
of a midshipman charged will, having
1 stolen IM from a fellow second cls
man. This Is thn first cass of ti. kind
thut has come before the Academy au-
innrnit. in many years,
Prof. Sola Discover New Planet.
DARCKLONA (via Paris), Oct. I
Prof. Bola. Director of the Observa
tory at Ilarcelona University, has an
nounced that he discovered on Bpt.
IS a new planet In the Pisces Con
stellation. The planet haa a rath.r
ARE BEATEN BACK
lierhn Admits Initial Suaesi of
( Troops at I aKe
Illllll.lrV frta tndMil. Oat -Tli
1 War OltM .ud to-dsy Ibis slata.
nM lerardlnc th i.-rlt"n o the
MlrM front '
i MAri s-lwup of ll4l Marshal vn
Jlln4Hlur Tle titemr 4rdy
afalii Mean atlaiks of treat iinptrf-
Unee M-Ir.ii lak Uri.lllata and
Kr. ou Tli iu. k. were either r-
' pulMl r lroii iun unijrr our "
The rttsiuy oMulnn.) initial auerm.es
as IUJny and HUth f l-ka Mies-
lew, tiut by oountcr attaeks the 4iu
I a i in w aaaln rsind to our favor,
j with heavy losses to Hit rneniy.
I 'The situation ! un hanged with
' rrou,.. r.f rr nro Ml
lor lUVttu auu i irm
"Army iri-oup of in. on Mmmiw
. ...... -.1 ..... .Il.lvlfl I .
l.naaiiemeina .ieiri.i-u ....
wet of Csaitorysk "
Mod will continue . bo with our
Hrm ea III I III- lUlur" a in i I
Murshul von lllinieiiiiiirK u-ie-
inn I'resldellt of inu i rus-
taken III largi
part by tho llusslans
earlier In tho war. but the Invader
ero exnelled In the Course of tho
Teutonic offensive movement which
began In May. The attack mentioned
made by fresh forces udvunclng from
'the Interior of Kusslu.
This movement In or grcui interest
In view of tho present statu of nf
falrs In the llalknns. Tho point of tho
ItURslun attack lies directly north of
tho Humanlnn frontier. It linn been
assumed that If Rumania should en
ter tho war on the side of tho Kntcnte
Allien a junction wun me nmti ut
Russia would be effected. It Is re
ported from Athens to-day (hat
Humnnla In hurriedly sending troops
to tho llulgarlnn frontier and making
other military preparations.
2,000,000 SHELLS FIRED
BY ALLIES IN BIO DRIVE
Swiss Military Experts Estimate
That 360,000 Anglq-French
Troops Participated in It.
DEIILIN, Oct. 6. (By wireless to
Hayville) Tho Overseas News Agency
makes tho following announcement:
'Tho military expert of tho llund of
Home, Switzerland, estimates that the
Entcnto Allies fired ubout 3,000,000
shells and employed moro than thirty
divisions (about, 360,000 men) In their
great offensive movement, which ho
now considers to havo failed defi
nitely. "Tho Turco-oerman Association,
formed with the object of establishing
closer relations between tho countries,
has elected as President Knver Pasha,
Turkish Minister of War.
"Deposits of German savings banks
In August Increased 200,000,000 murks
(10,000,000). The gain since Jan. 1
Is 1,891,000,000 marks, part of which
was used for meeting instalments on
tho war loan."
WALL STREET BUYING
SENDS WHEAT KITING
Prices Show Gains of Over Seven
Points in Chicago Market
December and May Lead.
niiininn nt t-W.II QI....I
cnt tn9 wh,,at ""let to-day on
n extraordinary upward flight. On
the ndvance, offerings worn very small
(until somn shorts had bid us high as
a annvn yraicrauy s Illllsn. Then
concerns which have been heavy pur
chasers of late sold freely.
The close, however, was strong and
higher than before, with Dec. at 104,
and May at 107 7.8 q net general ad-
vnnce of 6 1-4 to 7 S-8,
ITEMS FOR INVESTORS.
Now York Block Kxchunire eovernnr
approved plan to rlmuti commissions
on iransaciiuni. in siocks oi ru pa
value at the same rate a nn atocki
iiuu par vaiue. a win qus.uon tardive.
a cnango in ino cunsiiiutlon of the IJx
onange uio plan must do left open for
week for members to approve.
Mldral Kteel Ordnanrn Cnmnn
Incorporated with a capital of 1 100,000,
of Miami dividend In 11
share haa ted to accumulation of th
At the low Hvnraae of It ent
Pound for coDD.r the comosnr ooul,
eam ibvv.uuu a rear over us it aiviaena
on an output of 10,000,000 pounds par
TM-uumon stoekholderi will onnn.
th r-lctlon of the praaent manags
mm a ui coming mtiung.
HALF-HEARTED 0. K.
.Stale Oimmittee Indories It.
IhiI One Mcmlvr Dcyfilvs
It as "Our Dog."
A CAMPAIGN MliASUHIL
No ( )pposllion, but .Sentiment
of Mecliii); hy No Means
Tlx lteHiMlran Hlate OnimUle
llisdw Ihn pr..r. ne Htale mn.tl
iuin a party measure this afternfMn.
when, at a mewia held nt thn lie.
pilbllran Club, It adopted a resolution
indoralns; it and reemmrndiii it l
Allhoui-li I he final vole nn the adni
tlon nf th relmiin mu. n,.i.
In n(n)rn, f ln nieatmc by
no means utianlinmi and several del.
flul ,,rci,, ,h,r h,wU,lly (0 .
riKt Itin Ion us u whole ur in part.
mere, weie only elirlitV-lwu mem
I many others, declared IP voted for ,
It solely ler.iuse he a Itepubllcall I
I the Constitution Is, in he ex-
piesseil t, "Our dog" This was Jo
seph Levcn.on of the Heiiitut Assem
Charles II. Hc.ir of Buffalo wus thn
Introducer of the resolution. Charles
II. Holt. cilltpr of (ho Lyons ltepuh-
Mean, and Merlon K, Lewis of Roch
ester Immediately launched opposi
tion tfl the Idr.t uf pullniK the Htate
Committee on record, Mr. Lewi de
clared It would be a political mlstakn
to tie the party to a measure lo which
thero is so much opposition. lie
moved to lay the resolution on tho
Kever.il up-Htate committeemen
said that If the Constitution wus not
made u party mcuHiire they feared
they would be unublu to elect their
Assemblymen. Chairmen 1'iederlck R.
C. Tanner said that while, he was
sorry the matter had been brought up
ho could not see how tho fitate Com
mlttc could refuse to endorse a pro-
pbsed Constitution adopted hy a con-
cntlon overwhelmingly Republican.
Tho resolution to lav thn original
resolution on thn table was defeated
by a vote of 70 to S, William Damon's
three committeemen from Albany vol
lug In favor of tho proposition. How
ever, they withdrew their opposition
when the matter came to a final vote.
Col. Iafayetto Glcuson, socrotary of
tho committee. In explaining his vote
in mo aiiirmauve said lie considered
the resolution an advertisement tnnt
there Is a split In the Remihllc an n-trfv
over tho new constitution but ho would
uio iur ii im-cuuho no is n iicpuhllcm.
With nit ctiiiifr. from pmlo'li clcilCf,
lleet Hnirir ill
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l.er. of the committee ptesent out of , tu.c Ihe levying of .. Ml y low HI e. Al,,lUl,.r ,lt.avy ex- pirKirP PnrP Tfl 111
the membership of 150. probubl) thrie or four mills on ihe , nl. conic. thioiiKh inundalory leg- A mii. i.ii-iwauu rni.L iw AL,. y
The Oreuter New York members (oar. on nil Incomes, wllh 11.000 as I.Utlou ut Alb.iliy. such us equal pay it t t..u or.nt our uid Uaic. Irl
pr..sent vo.ed for the reaolu.lon. al. ,he minimum lte1(l estate. cor,.rH- Ihjj f-r tea.-'riJImlMMed'on "'''"-' ' .-rs,.,:.,,
though one, voicing tho wiitlmenta of ,, , f.anchl.e luxe- re to ! Jthf-iitv by the I.S W1: Z.m'1" ""' ""4 """'""C
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PLAN NEW INCOME
TAX BY THE STATE
l"v n U nmutie
Over M.ooo a Year.
I'KISNDIikGAST HITS TAX.
Comptroller Olijects to Metli-
od limployctl to Shift
Burden on Cih.
A HUle IMHHtie la I Is f.ve. and
will le I moiMMe hy the Mill
lx-d.Ulle I'aHimilte' a the new
.uree of reteHHe to niri't the Heel
ef Imth MlHle aHd rtty nverHiients.
It will lake the ptaer ef the eaent
persnnst properly t whtrh Is pro
nniiiieed iinsi)Uilalie aNd MHrlleela.
The plan .is far as infoi niully 1e-
eloped ll' tilt committee (intern-
i,lnle. recoiiiineiidlng to Hie I kIhIh
iiw t. moieedn of this new In
i come tux will ! divided lictween
jHliite. clt and count gineinnienis
has not been considered et. but lie un
tie will claim all If they can get It
nwiiv from thn Htate.
COMPTROLLER 18 IN FAVOR OF
Comptroller Prendergiist told
committee lo-dav that he favored l'ie
principle of an Income tax as the best
ami rairesi way o rcac.m.K ....... -- ' r,flt K various re.il estate as-
alike, particularly the Professional1
lasses, and also olllcc holders.
Senator Mills and hli Republican
.... .... ..nn,,,, Ilnnn nr f..e
the Income tax.
Thn Democratic members are tlouhl-
f ill. taking the view that such a lax
ould not 1m Popular and would be
opposed by a majority of citizens an
duplicating the present Federal Income
Allan tlohlnson, President of the Al
lied Heal Kstatn Interests, indorsed
he income tax system. Iln Hold to
'The only fair tax to the Htate and
Ity Is nn Income tax. The burden
ftaxos. at least in New York City,
falls on the moderately rich and the
poor. Thnt was exactly the cuse In
ranco before tho French revolution.
There could bo no more serious
financial situation for New York,"
said tho Comptroller, "than to put
Into the tnx levy u large nmount of
personal property tuxes that cannot
"If that Is to happen I should heal-
tate to borrow money In anticipation
f collection of taxes, and I have gone
so far as to say that I won't do It as
long tfs I am Comptroller."
"For this year," said Mr. I'render-
gast, "the expenditures amount to
JlSS.00,000. Tho probable expense for
future years are: 1916, tsn.OOO.OOn;
1917, 1:16.000,000: 1918, 122I,000,0U0; 1919,
I havo assumed In this estlmato a
State tux of which New Yoi-k City
ould havo to pay 63 per cent.: also
that city and county ndmliilitratlve
expenses will be Kept uown to 1110
levol of this yoar."
'Will they bo kept down?" asked
DRASTIC ECONOMIES ARE NEC
ESSARY IN THE CITY.
'It is possible," replied tho Comp
troller, "but It will mean heavy cull-
Ing In many departments. Drostlo
economics are vory necessary In tho
City Oovernmcnt ut this time."
ncfcrrlng to thn failure to collect ,
taxes, the Comptroller said: "we
ave assumed that the anount of de
ficiencies In collection of taxes next
ear will bo $1,500,000, as compared
with 10,000,000 funded in this year's
"It haa been necessary to Include In
our budget largo amounts for deficien
cies In taxes taxes levied but not
The Comptroller went Into details
of annual dellclencles In tax collec
tions, and how ho was trying to clean
thorn up by Including certain sums
In each year's budgot.
"These deficiencies," said Mr. Pren-
dorgaat, "aro caused lor tno most
i.s nnAiinirr mn in mvrri Ft
wSti aalaeaa. HMUttraaU sadiDaalais.
hrl lr an)ii, t
ft N H
'Maaa Hmm M )f '
.-.t an mbt4 ! M "
i 4 .inmr - .h-
I. aV I apt mmv i '
. )rh Asr
I k 14 SH. Hfi-MM. I
I m4 ! swi .il.li imlisaa
m all ,k- ...leMtfk M Mm Mat iw
ib. (.Mi 4 i.iim sm n
eea. e.1 full talise "I Ik
U. I lb hm S mpt- laMiMs
full Vwt. uf real al i --4.
ia ww sasiiw M far Msa ls
ir r elea a a ! ft '
" t alil. kaaea f alMaiMII
4 Mi NN iMtsilMa all..
wmsM mat U ralM f rr I
if rHH ml ar imal lle las "
IM-r IMS I be plMMia4 Crr
t, CmssIkiIIm fr4eet tH
H'Im average mall Mis.s4Mr nrtaa
Hal (wMMeHy r4.wld fMtie H bl
K. W wMiK 1-lstHial Uu wtib
..let tlalaUns- an) law
rAVona a low tax to avoid
j EVASIONS. '
Tb I'wMiHioller was rather H'.i
'4vin .r the profwts at l'inov1ng
tbe Mtmal prpr'y las altuan-n
He favwrr laalflin: W'pe'O and
imlnr a vi r l lax ihst wi.uld
ui Im ettulirb i'f a burden I warrant
eiaMniis II" "'d hu llnusht Dial
would help, lull It would "' tt
mMiiiioii uf I nu problem
"Could Mrsoiiul riy as
PrMie. any mol Ihan It is at pies.
elllT" uekinl llin colllllllllee
"I doll't lieli'o It could imt 1
don lo any particular ad.inUK'
the witness leplle.1.
T.ikluir up rspelidiluroa, Complrol
'ler ruiulerit.i.l salil
"The .-II )-n espinns loiiul lie il r -Mlle.l
If i c.i I, intensive. dr.iHtli e
I iiii lillii nt weie pr.u tl"cd Tll. would
to an uvenwe of Il0.o0li.noo cr"
Assemblyman M.ichold from Wuirr
town asked whether all thcio meas
ure were not orlgni.llly propo.ed and
advocated by citizen nf New York
"Vcs," exrl.illlied the I'uillpll'ullei
with much heat, "by people who. .if
ter the lgtHl.ituro adjourns, come
bark to the city and talk about home
rule. The class who advocate these
measures before Ihe LeglHl.illirr are
i the very ones who aro most vocifer
oil lur iiuiiiu ruie urouou rii-i-nun
Allan Robinson, Stewart llrownc
I nireh Helm nml .1. Clarence D.ivles,
ternoon session lo show how heavy
i is tho burdon of taxation lain upon
il'W 1UIA ItJ I ,,
FIVE SHOT; ONE KILLED
.FOR GATHERING APPLES
Farmer Turns Gun on Famil to
Whom He Had Kentel Of
chard Kills Himself.
PHIIL' linl.. Oct. 6. August Uloil. a
farmer, to-day shot and killed Ut r
Scars and wounded MrB. Hears and her (
three children becnuse the latter were
gathering Apples on a farm Sears had ,
rented from Illon. Mrs. Sears and two 1
of the children may die. j
Illon, driving by, saw the chlldivn,
Harry, fifteen years old, Ouldlo, four
teen, and Dorotlis. seven, gathering
the upplcd. lie II ml on them with 11
gun, then went to the Sears hom
shot Sears through the body, killing
him Instant!', and then turned tho
weapon on Mrs. Sears.
llion later shot and killed himself.
Ills body wus found by a posse hunt
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE.
Open, 1 1 lull. I .on- I i i I
October ....1S.37 II.f.2 12.2.'. 12 21
December .. 12.6.1 12.5 12.16 12 7.1
.Inn miry .... 12 7 I3.nl 12.(12 I2!u
March IX IX 1.1 .11 12 SS 1,1 IH
May ts.SH IS. Ii 1.1 in H IS
July 13.34 13.19 13.13 13.37
M.trket clnxcfl nlCHily I to 21 points
Killed by l-'relKht Cur.
A man who tried to climb across a
freight train In motion was ground to
death this afternoon nn Ihe bulkhead
between Piers II and 12, Ilronklyn. A
letter In his pocket from Denmark ad
dressed to K. V. Chrlstlan.en ncnt In
quirers to No. 319 KuruiHii Street. A
Hlcnmidilp fireman boarded at that ad
dress. I'roteal Ii) Luxemburg,
I1URUN, (by wlrcleas to Sayvllle)
Oct. . The Overseas News Agency
says that a protest to the entente pow
ers has been made by tho Grand Duchy
of Luxemburg against the recent nt
tnck on tho City of Luxemburg by tho
aeroplanes of tho allies,
O THE AVERAGE
aw t .jiiu 11
discriminating taste, just the same as does LOFT CANDY. She
likes it from an economical standpoint, too, because she can make
20 CUPS of Delicious Cocoa from a tin costing only TEN CENTS.
For Sale at all Loft Stores.
Special for Wednesday
niEHll TRACK CltKAM K1HHKH
1'rarlir. and erruinl A cl.srmlnic
corr.hlnsll'n. Iljre ran hire thn
mint lu.rloua frr.li lfrlie. snil
rlrlirat rtuaar Crrum. ma.lrrlullr
lilrmlrd anil Hone Iiuu ur-
V ALSO UPFcK-
AhHOltTKI) M1I.K CIIOCOI.ATKS In 11.1- .nllr.llii.i jui, l llml eirrytliloa-
iou half a rlsht to ripfit In an niMirtmr.it uf II Ida Clu SHrrtai
a to Cream, Nut anil Nnvrlty e.nl.r. and lurlrlv nrn.ri.tril. raa-k.
ClliennK IUr fur.. u.ih ,u,nn,,,,
K4 ntitrur htiiickt
CImm II. S.I p.m. 1 Hat. 10 ...
ri. 11 a. n. Dally
FAJIK HOW A NASSAU BT,
nM. 11 b, 1
r T n. m.l Ht. Ill D. I
KA8T 113!) STItKfcT
flu., in b. nt. Dally
aVYI 1 riLTON ST.. B'KLTO
dm 1.3 p. aa, uaur
Tk aaaaltlad watdit tacladaa tha ealrr la rc
IANK CASHIER GETS
FIVF EMI WIIUPIY ,
I ilk ibnuw i vii n w -
4 I 1
ft, It W
Mnari C.ii. Halt, f-rmet'y
im lint af lb l"w' h.iMii Hank
arf laiiai I. I . t.-aa4 wi y lo a
a.asr m m I 'ii4 Klatts
iVesit fmtt hi ir i,.a la day and
waa 4 bf 44 I , fled e
arv Ms ia lb I !' I rlson J
M Allaata II b. I a ojt oil bad jj
alsxi iwu Iu4ie.iei. wrre fuUB4 I 'i
aaaiaal klMi .i Jaau.i lura lif
Hsj wnb watMig lu fa s iMrls . i
l"reelr Iba H4J,iluil t'f lh bsnkJ
ha w. r4
KutHNiis foi ibi i i'oitt il.r i t
tb Teeasurt 4iMt iel h .ii.'i a(e J
tsi if m I lie baHks fuiol. afdr llaff
bad rrt.ea t bw a swum .'i emtlit
Ibal I be ufTalls of lb- .usuluttoit I
weir im giMi abaM- Tin 'I ti tuta i'f
ibe bank made MimmI Ii.. .l, T(iiie and L
buve Hut divulaij Ha' becina of
Ibe uh ne' Tot f-ruur taahlrr Is I
Hot ami of I. ii' Inkeji il, and l
hi st nu in r is
1 1 J l y cliarin
Let Sluirt't Dyipepii Tabled Auiit
Your Stomach Whenever It Needs
Help. They Are Safe and Sure.
Good Old Mince Pie like Moth!.
Madc." Ttie r., noli .1 ntanrt'a !ypf p.U Tab
let 1. ta.Hr.rful tnouali in illy..! your
next ni1 1. tiTiii.tf If 1. cmntineit of
thn.e thlnan win I. J wenkrn.il illc.itl..
a .ti 111 Lrka
If All 'I., .tntt.it h .ufferer. who ha
lip... rellelnl of their mla.rv hy Htu
ait. I)uei.l(. TabM. roulil te kath.r.it
inertli.r Intu one rulicnu. Mi.y wouM
make h 1ren1.11.lou .mil happy, army
.loin Mil. army mxv liy ki-ttlnr. s .10e box
frm nnv ilrusicl.t vr hy ml!iirh.lnv
Free Trial Coupon
V. A. Miuirt Co.. "II 1 Munrt llatld
Ina. Maralirtll. Mlit. .nl m. ,4t-once
a lr trial packaar nt Htunrt'a Dya
Name , .
Headache, Eye Tire
And Eye Strain
are the symptoms of eye
troubles that require the
immediate services of an
Optometrists qualify un
derand arc authorized by
State laws to examine
eyes and apply glasses.
For your own protection in
all eye troubles consult only
a registered Optometrist.
PuhllahM t'T T1IK (IITtlvtlTTUintfj SO.
ciktv of tub crrr oy Ntnv tohk,
HELP WANTED MALE
COl.'l'I.K inll lor .null a,lult f.inUt jun
.iM-ful butkr. wonun ofik) limit In nnipUBl
anil h.i. Komiul I'lwnmi n hue prrffirq.,' o.
1'ittlein, llirbn,ii)'t Trmct, Hmumll
m. ,1, j.
Itl NM.lt h? hto-k Kirli.ng. hoii..;
xu.ri.ar.il: mintloa lonnrr imiOiysr. ami
,il t mcnttoa K
ulitj nwlri. U. II. 1).. I'. O. lei UU4. N. y.
MAN, COCOA IS COCOA. He seta
himself up as a judge of Cigars, Wines, Horses andr
Automobiles. When It comes to Cocoa, he con
siders one kind aa good as another. With a woman,,
she knows Cocoa aa she knows fashions. The die-' '
tlnctive flavor and exquisite aroma of LOFT'S un
excelled Cocoa jTinlco an irresistible anneal to har.
Special for Thursday
OI.II-rtHllUN (If.M llllOI'S Th
Kie ul.l-lline arrt inn lined to
iiiuu.li 1.11 iiliei. in.. Here a yoana-
ter. Ill eri.tnlllir.l arm. nt ilrll
1 Ion-Hi-... nrrsrnlril In Inn nlnialaa
,,.,,,-, ,.,, III, Br,
Our rev, lllr .miimI.,
ui uui uii,,-i .,. irriiiiiin.
Cl7.p. m.l Sal. 10 .
147 NASSAU HTltKBT
riae u.:m p. u... s.i. V. .
llwi 1 1.3(1 p. m. l)llr
ail WIWT .Hfll STI KCT
Clo.r 7 p. ni. H.I, It) p.