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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1016.
TAKEN FROM JURY
Oyster Bay Politician, Friend
of Roosevelt, Accused of.
Ilecve of eflifcfg of Attempt!
twnperlnjr 'with n Jury by Col. Henry
M. Bennett of OjraUr liar, prominent
politician ana friend of Theoilorn
Itooievelt, the on of Charles Fuller
Bar for the !at rocat oh arc. TUm
friend, Col. Dennett, presided.
Charlei T, McCarthy, oounaet
for the Board of Hupenrlsora, re
port! that Donnttt had approached
him with the statement that on of
the juror In the onee could be In
fluenced to vote for cither aide for
12.000. Th unto, nvi McCarthy.
Before the Jury was exoused Fred wniI ,ub,eau()nUy ralata to $2,600.
I McQueen of Oynter Uny tt for- j McCarthy laid the offer before John
mally dlnmtf sed from the Jury box. I J. araham. counsel for Fullor; former
Col. Dennett will bo arralirnnd f Lieut Gov. Thomae F. Conway, ooun
Thursday before l'ollco Justice John j al for Iho defendant, and Juellce Van
Iruhler, at Mlnoola, on a charce of aicien, it is said, and a trap wan sei.
of Manhattan aralnirt the Dradler
Construction Company of Port 'WaaT-
lngton for MO0.O0O damages wan
taken from a jury at Mlncola to-day.
Doth aldca agreed to allow Justice
Van Slnlcn to decide the merits of
attempting to brlbo a juror, IIo U
free under a bond for $2,000 to-day,
following a nruytncular arreat at a
The cms hna calmed a eenmtlon not
only at Oynter Day, but throughout
Vong Inland. When Col. lloonevolt
rJav1 hla recent campaign In bobalt
of Justice Hughe he decided on a
"Fellow Townsmen" meeting at Oynter
MoCarthy made an appointment for
Dennott and the Juror who was to be
delivered to moot him at the Mlnoola
hotel. IMstriot Attorney Smith and
Warden Ilulse were nearby. When
MoCarthy appeared ho met Tlannott
and handed him a marked $100 bill,
as an advance payment, ho eays.
A the trnniuctlon took place Mo
Caxthy gave a elgnal. Tho Dlitrlot
Attorney and Warden rushed Into tho
room and arrested Dennett.
Dennett denied the charge and aald
the $100 taken from McCarthy waa
on a debt duo him from McCarthy
and had no connection with the al
leged "fixing" of a Juror.
The Juror, whose name baa not
boon miulo public, admitted to tho
odlclala that he had told Dennett
that he needed $2,(00 to pay a mort
gage, but bo donled that ho hod ever
mked the Colouol to get the monoy
IN ALL LITERATURE.
MAY BRING PEACE
TO THE RAILROADS
Warring Factions Can
Brought Together in
72 GREAT NECK FIRE
Stranger at Election Escapes
Wirt! Split Lip, Torn Ear,
Black Eye and Sleeve Missing.
Clen. George W. Ooothala, Chair
man of the KIcht-ITour Day Commls-
irton, may, consciously or otherwlrw,
bring about a reunion of the brother
hood dilef.i end the National Confnr
wio of Railway Mnnnfrerd, headed by
Hltaha 1ax. Doth eldes are ready,
oven anxious, to ro.nim the confer
ence suddenly tonnlnatrd at the
Orond Central Stntlon a weok ago.
Doth atdoa now know that they
really havo to get together to dtaciifs
aomo method of putting tho eight
hour day Into effnat or rcaoh noma
kind of an underHanding as to oper
ation of tho roads In tho event that
t.lr Buprnme Court declares the Uw
unconstitutional. They know, too,
that Clen, Qoethals and the other
members of the Commlnlnon ere go-
Sunshine Grahams are rich in flavor
wholesome just tho cracker to break
Into a glass of rich, creamy milk. They
have tho goodness that you find in every
the blsculta from the Thousand Win
dow Bakeries. Your dealer has Sunshine
Orahama and other Sunahino Biscuits,
too thero are over 350 varieties in alL
J Taaa- ll r
mmmw SuntUnm Ml all.
Broadway at 34th Street
fOm VMQHEHAND CN1LDBSN
Becauso it is tailored to conform to the lines of your
figure Athena Underwear gives you tho comfort that
you have always wanted and never have been able to
find in underwear. It affords freedom, in moving your
arms and body, that you will enjoy.
When you put on n
over the bust
across t b
Cut low In
and is always
suit of ATHENA Un-
dcrwear you will find ,
to your delight that
it fits you exactly,
without 4j o i n g
stretched at any
point and with no
loose fabric to wrinkle
under the corset.
Select your exact
size in buying
wear. It is cut to
It has taken many years to bring ATHENA to its
present perfected state. Yon will realize when you
put it on that it is exactly right in every detail.
For Women Vests and Tights 60c to $2.00
For Women Union Suits $ 1.15 to $4.25
For Boys and Girls In cotton or merino.
Separate Garments 50c to $1.10
Union Suits 85c to $2.00
Athena in sold ony at Saks in New York
Marshall Field & Company, Chicago, Makers.
The nook, or Hnlh, Fonndrd on Tor
ino; Kindness, Contains Oerra of
(VTotn U rairimJin rld.)
The book of Iluth Is tho create.it pam
toml Irivl In llteraturn. It 1 rounded
on lovlnc klndnonH. tho lorln klndnosM
of the .Mouliltims revrvted to her ram-II)-.
and tlin lovlrnr kln(nea of Iloaz,
tho wealthy Isranllte, to Jluth hts kinswoman
H alio rontatns the rerm of that
Kfrat-heartorlness which l tlie centre of
i win vospei oi tnridimn love, it in a
(book thst opns with tears and famine
nnd nds with the round of neddln
hells, The stori' turns upon tho
stniljthtforwardncrs of llonz. who
1 showi'cl kindness and manliness to Huth.
a tnemlier of tho nation that was Israel's
ron, and In that klndtiem founded a new
house, tho houo of Juste and David,
, the royal lino that beaat a groator than
It was the first mtngltnir of the Mood
of tho Jew and (lentlle. symbolic of the
cnimopoiuAD wiiun or tno Uhrlstliin re
jlKlon. It was the nlfrn that that re
ugion was not to he founded upon
wealth, or upon social caste, but upon
the largo, wholesome love of the human
noas la Immortal among Til bl heroes
for his kindness, his plain, everyday
Kineroauy, me lensn or protee.non and
caro for tho lonly, unprotected
Mnabltlsh irlrl. his dead klnamsn'a wife.
who In her poverty Kleannd In his har
vest field after the reapers. Uouz aave
order to glean even among the sheaves
of barley, and by his larxo heartedness
gsineu a wire, ami. more man that,
made a nlaoe for himself In that Im.
mortal company who are renowned for
naugni Dili ror Deing Kina.
what ooMvixoHn hum.
(From Um OhlcM IIerul.1
Uptown I trust that wa shall
get along vory nicely, Nora. I am not
at au dinicuit to suit.
Nora (the new maid) No, ma'am
that'a what I thought the minute I sei
eyes on the master.
fflpsdil to Tto zrat(i WarM.)
ORHA.T NKGK STATION, U 1,
I7ot. Zl. Joihn J. Hughes of the Vig
ilant Engine and Hook and Lnddor
Company was elected Chief of the
lire Department of the Qroat Neck
Water District last night over former
Constable Jame A. Ilyhc of Oreat
Neck Village nnd the Alert Hose Com
pany by a vote of 87 to US. Mr. Hynea
was elected Flrat Anslstnnt Chief and
his fellow villager, d nonce Hung, Bee
ond AaslstanU Orent excitement pro-
vailed, and It Increased materially
when tho btranger Injeotod hlmsolf
Into the reception which followed tho
It was like tills: The first anybody
noticed of tho Btranger ho wan wan
derlng around interfering with hand- ,
Sinkings and asking, "Whnt'a the
Idea?" nvorybody brushed him off.
and on his second tour ho began paw
up over a meaaly firemen a election
and can't pay attention to a Stran
ger; that'a it. Is 117"
When the referee's whistle blew
seventy-two volunteer firemen re
moved themselves from the small of
the Stranger's neck out In tho mtddlo
of Middle Neck Hoad each one loud
ly claiming credit for having hit him
first. Kxcopt for a opllt lip, a torn
ear, a black eye and a sleeve missing,
the Stranger waa all right. Ha said
he only wanted to ask the way to tho
trolley to Flushing. He was dlreoted
to Spinney Hill, half a mils away,
where tho Flushing trolley leaves
every hour, ten minutes after the
hour, and the recaption was resumed.
John Carroll, tho rotlrlng cbtof, waa
Just congratulating his successor on
not wearing whiskers, half an hour
later, when Hen Collin Interrupted tho
"That Stranger1 outside," he said,
"and he says ho wants to io the fat
Ho the Fat Ouy went out and asked
what he could do.
"1 was wnttlng for the trolley," said
the Stranger, ovor his puffed empur
pled lip, " when I happened to remem
ber I Baw you wos laughing Just bs
foro I was hit. I camo back to toll
you that you had a right not to laugh.
It was a pcrlous matter. I think I
got a raw deal."
Wherounon he trudged away toward
J tho waning moon, and from that tlmo
on a pienaoni umo was nau oy one
Boy Pleads dnllty to Slarder.
Otto Kahout, eighteen years old, of
No. 601 East Seventy-nlntli uireci,
n1-..1-.t ..illiu tn.,1v hefors Judco Nott
in aeneral sewions to murucr m -smK "v.ih. h law.
a a.. I.--,1V,,,,, I thnt and k.UCU year.", mu iniu l""'
Carl Bchober, Janitor of a
No. 809 Hast Seventy-first Street, July
. Schober had tProuted Kahout a
'?. .!'!" We5&. J Snt
will sentence Kahout
FIVE MINUTES! NO INDIGESTION,
NO GAS OR ANY STOMACH MISERY
n-. ...fTi Hnrs'i idn ntiickcst. uMst relief known it
L till I OUUVI aavawv " w
Dyspepsia, Sourness, Heartburn or an Up'set Stomach Tryj
22QRAIN TRIANQULE3 OF
. STOPS INDIGESTION ;
I N FIVC MINUTES. It.
Ing ahead with their end of the busl
ness as If there was no legnl contest lng pooplo'n anns and spilling things.
pending. And then middenly tho Btrangor was
Tho Oenoral is In town and will re
main in town until Butunlny at least.
On Thursday tho first formal meotlng
of tho commission will ho held nt thn
Custom House, whero special rooms
have been reserved. Gen. Ctoothuln
expects to nco both aides within a day
or two, not later than Thursday or
Mont of the brotherhood chiefs are
dno in town Thursday. They havo
speaking engagements for tbat day
and their presonce will offer ample
opportunity for a reunion between
them and the managers.
Clen. Ooethals, of course, does not
say tbat hn will bo the medium
through which the reunion will be
brought about. At his oflloe, No. Si
State Street, he said to-day:
"I havo some work to finish. In con
nection with the Panama Canal. That
Is one of the roasona why I am hern.
On Thursday there will be a meeting
of the full Ulght Hour Day Commis
sion at the Custom House. It will be
the middle of December before we are
actually organised for work. The
hearings will not begin until Jan. I."
The General said he was not pre
pared Juat now to make puhllo any
thing regarding conferences with
either the road managers or the
"I cannot say anything about these
matters Just at present," he said.
Secretary William B. Wilson of tha
Department of Labor and the broth-1
erhood chiefs will arrive here Thurs
day morning. Secretary Wilson will
be one of the speakers at- the dinner
that night at tho Hotel Astor by the
Academy of Political Science.
heard to say In a singularly loud,
"Oil, so you hloks are
Ilepulillenn National Committee
titnn CoiiK.lon Is T)cnil,
ST. PAUL, Nov. 21. C. A. Congdon,
Minnesota member of tho Ilepubllcan
National Committee died at his St. Paul
Hotel anartmoiil to-day from heart
all swelled trouble.
Wonder what upiet your stomach
bicb portion of the food did tho dam
age tIo you? Well, don't bother. If
your stomach is in a revolt; it sour,
Kmv and upiet, and hat you just
ate has fermented into stubborn lumps;
your bead ditry and aches; belch gases
and acids and eructate undigested
food; breath foul, tongue coated just
take a little Diapepsin and in five
minutes, you will wonder what became
of the indigestion and diitress.
Millions of men and women to-day
know tbat it is needles to have a b.nl
stomach. A little Diapepsin occasion
ally keeps the stomach regulated kai.
they eat their favorite foods without
If your stomach doesn't take car
of your liberal limit without rebellion;
if your food is a damage instead of
help, remember the, quickert, sum
most hsrmJrss relief is I'apeV Dapp
sin, which costs only fifty cttiti for
larffe cam nt drug stores. It's truly'
wonderful it digests food and sets
things straight, so gently and easily
tlmt it is astonishing, i'leaia don't go
on and on with a weak, disordered
stomach; it's to unnecessary. Advt,
Acker, Merrall & Condit
The Season's Opportunity
A wide variety of quality products of the world's markets
to select from, at prices to suit the modest purse, is
a Thanksgiving opportunity offered by all our 6tores.
Flour PillaburyBbl. 9.60 24J lb. Back . .T.TTrr.'VTV". $1.20
Limit, one barrel to a customer. No C. O. D. orders filled for flour.
Plum Pudding A. M. & c.i lb. tins, .24; 2 lb. tins . . .43
Aspnraj;us A. M. 6 C Large Green California 25
Tomatoes "1820" hand packed No. 2 Tins H
Mi nco Meat Heinz 16 ounce jars
Snltine Crackers Sunshine Packago
Currants Cleaned Extra Fancy No. 1 cartons
Hams Smithfield Virginia lb
Nuts Fancy Mixed 1 lb. cartons
ainger Crystallized H lb. tin, .28; lib. tin
Raisins California Seeded No. 1 cartons
Raisins Sultana White No. 1 carton 22
Salted Peanuts Jumbo lb
Pigs Washed Smyrna 1 lb. baskets
Tea Special Orange Pekoe An extra choice blend lb. .
Antipasto H tins 25
A delicious combination of Anchovies, Tuna Fish, Cepcs and Pickles.
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Pimentos Spanish Whole Red large tins
Saiad Dressing A. M. & C Small bottle
Rice Norcca Fancy Head 3 lbs. for
Biscuits La Pharaon Imported French Shortcake tin .
California Sherry gallon including jug 1.08
Sherry Pale Dry Imported bottle ,(0
Scotch Whisker-Diamond F. B. bo'.Ue 1.20
Apples Fancy for Table dozen, 23; .15 , .,
Apples York Imperials for baking or cooking 4 qt. basket
Oranges Florida dozen, .31...
Grape Pruit Thin Skinned, large and juicy 3 for.. ..
Finu Imported and Domestic Wines mid Cignrs--Rare
Fruits in Fancy Buskcti-Chocolntes, Bon
Hons, etc. Everything for tho Thanksgiving tabic.
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