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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, l17i
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LABOR AND CAPITAL
UNITED TO OPPOSE
Compulsory Measure Will Be
Introduced in Twenty State
('iiplt.il 1 1 ml Inlior hits found somo.
thliifr on whlrh toth nsreii and
npniiiKt which both will spnnd nil their
onerjfli'n for tho next two months a
comptilnory health Iniruranco bill for
workers whlctfi la to bo proiontnd In
twonty out of forty a to to Legislature
that hold sessions this month. Tho
compulsory movement la being sup
ported by philanthropists under tho
corporate! nnmn of tho American As
sociation for Ijabor Lotfslatlon. John
Mltcholl nnd Hamucl Oompors havn
been conspicuous names on tho exec
utive board of tho association, but It
was announced to-day that (tampers
pot off tho board as soon as ho dis
covered tho Intent of tho bill was not
"In kocplnjf with tho principles of
unionism." Mr. Mitchell Is still on
tho bonrd, and Ernest llohm of tho
Central Fcderatod Union says "that's
a fcaturo labor men cannot under
stand." Tho railroad brotherhoods, tho
American Federation of Labor in
evnry State In tho Union, the Na
tional Clvlo Federation and tho Na
tional Manufacturers' Association will
fllfht the bill.
Tho Association for Iabor legis
lation linn hlrr-d a press agent for tho
boom It Is about to laiinch. It has
headquarters at No. 131 Hast Twen-ty-thlrd
Street. John H. Androws Is
tho chief spokesman for tho associa
tion. The operation of this bill, labor lend
ers claim, would sntldln another do-
pnrtmont on Now York nud other
mates and cost clo.io to 11,000.000 a
yonr. They sen nothing In It but "fat
Jobs" for "the Idlers III philanthropy,"
ns lMwnrd Hannah of the l'avcrs and
Hammers' t'nlon calls them,
Tho bill was prn.inntod nt tho last
session of tho New York I.eglslnturn
as a sort of a "tryout," und was
"canned" without attracting much
attention. Ilnslcnlly It follows tho
lines of tho German social Insurance.
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NEW YORK CITY
nroadwaratiothltt. th A. at 51. t St.
Ilroadway at 7th HI. 40 W.,t 3th St.
Ilroadway at 37th St. IMlh Ht. at 7lli Aa
14th St. at Jrd Ava. 2J9 Third Ava.
1M Nawark Ayr.
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A POPULAR DEBUTANTE
OF THIS IWSV SEASON
IS MISS CECILY A. M'KI,
f 'MlS CECILY A-MCKIN1.
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Ono of tho most sought-after de
butantes this season Is Miss Cecily A.
-McKJm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William J. A. McICIm of Hhort Hills,
N. J Who has been Included at all
of tho notnbln cntcrtnlnmcnts of tho
It la compulsory In that tho worker
would havo to bo lnsurod. Tho Insur
ance would bo paid by tho employer,
tho worker and tho State, each boar
Ing a third of tho evpenso.
SAVED CRAZED MAN
AS THEY STARVED
ON HULK AT SEA
(Continued From First Pago.)
the wreck, Iho stern of which still
showed above tho surface, and clam
ber on board.
Fuller had three potatoes In his
pockot anil Dulscctt had two.
This was tho extent of tholr sup
plies. They had thrown awuy their
nil oos and had little clothing and tho
nlrht nlr chilled them to tho marrow.
On th second day Tapp.au nuddculy
ticcamn Insano and attacked hla com
panions. They were on a slippery, precnrloun
platform not morn than 20 feot square.
It would liuvo lieen easy ror tnem iu
throw TappaH Into tho water and let
him drown. Instead they carefully
overpowered him, toro off his clothes
and with strips miido of his sblrt
anil trousers lashod him to what was
left of tho rail.
Tho two saiio men and the entry
man lived thua for four days. Their
llvo potatoes laatod them only two
dav. After that thoy Had lioiiuni,
to eat, and durlnK tho four days thoy
had no wator. On Doc. 3 they were
picked up by tho Spanish Mcamshlp
Mar del Norto. whloli tooK tnom iu
St. Mlclmols. Thorc, under treatment
Tuppas rocovorcd his senses.
Tho survivors all ehowod many
traces of their torrlbln oxperlonco on
tholr nrrlvat hero to-day. They say
Hi... nmo of their companions ro-
malned alloat for half an hour or
more, seekliiK to malto tho wrock, but
succumbod ono by ono to tho over
DE J0NGE SUIT DISMISSED
Court IM ml a i Uvlilrnrp of Allrii.
tlliiii of AffiM'lliina.
Supremo Court Juotluo Lester W,
riiirk. In lh Hlchiiiiinil County Su
preme Com I. to-dny .Ilsmlasrd tho ac
tlon of Mrs. Wllhelmlna liii Jon;p
iiK'alnst her father-in-law, AtiRuMus
S, D" Jonue, a weulthy Maldon Limp
Mm. I)n Jmiun nuimI for 125.000 for
nlli'iri'd iillen.itlnn of her liUHliand's
jifrtrllnii. nxnertliiir her hllMuiltil. l.il
wurd !i .Innue, ileaiirled her on Oct.
in. laiK. to live with his father.
Thero was no evlilnncn that thn
father took the on away from his wife
Itritrnl nf Htiiililli nf Hnn Mnrlnn
Arrealfil na liiuiirasirr.
IlO.Mi:. Jan. P. Ollnto Amatl. twlco
recent of the Knpulilla of Hnn Mnrlno,
has been arrested on a charKO of em
licr.illiiK 2,000,000 Urn of the. Ileputj.
Ilc'a fuiulN, according to n despatch
from Itlnilnl, the Capital of San
Marino. Ho is icported to havo made
u number of unniiccuaBful specula
tions. POSLAM QUICK
If your suflVrini? from F.cmua or
any licliliij,' sKln trouble has been in
tense, the iiuiok relief from one appli
cation uf I'o.slum will seem wonderful
Just as soon ns you spread It iienllv
on, itching Mi)psj Iitunlng skin Is
gratefully mhiIIiccI; nil inure need to
M'nitclij no dlsioiiilort to keep you
Anil lo M-p the trouble disiippcar
will he iitiutlii'r ciiiisr fur uomlcr.
Improvement every ilu. The t,kiii,
forced to respond, mhhi' ri'HUiiics its
imttiriu color anil condition.
Your druggist sells I'osluin. For fre
sninpli' write to r.mergriu'V Labora
tories, a'.' West L'oth .St., New York.
l'lLsliini Soup, for toilet anil liuth,
incdlcutcU with I'osioiu, Aim.
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'EXPECTS TO "SIT"
SEAT THAT COST $50
Idea Arnunn w.nl Slrfef. How
ever, Is Weinstock Won't
Hnjoy His Purchase.
Joseph Weinstock, proprietor of tho
City Hall Thoatro In Park llow, Is
tho owner of a 170,000 seat on tho
Stock Kxchnniro. for which he paid
$50 yesterday. He was kept so busy
to - day answering calls from moving
picture operators, who want him to
jro Into a now ploturo entitled "weln
atock'a Fifty Dollars," and conferring
I with his lawyer about how ha Is ro-
1 . ....
inc to nom on to iho scat, tie coum
only talk about hla drlvo on tho Stock
Exchange between telephone calls.
"Do I expect to get away with It?"
he askod reporters. "You bot I do,
They can't tako It away from mo.
I've paid for that seat with fifty good
American dollars. It's nono of my
affair If It's worth $1,000,000. I cuess
my lawyer can tako caro of mo all
Anyhow, I'm going down thero
next with my wlfo to take full pos
sessionunless somebody makes mo
a very tempting offer In tie mean
"How did It all hnppen? No, It
ain't an 'ad.' for my moving picture
theatre. It don't need any, All tho
reporters como down hero to rest
their weary .brains when they've got
bum stories to work on. The scat
wan advertised to bo auctioned off,
1 saw tho 'ad,' went over to tho Heal
hstato Lxchango and started tho
auction with on offer of $30. I'd havo
gono It sonio hotter If anybody had
bid against me. 1 was waiting for a
counter bidder when I hoard Henry
Urady, tho auctioneer, yell out:
"'Its goln', gents, goln'-$30 I'm
bid. I'm bid fifty. Who says $607
Ooln', goln', GO.N'K! For fifty dol
lars to Mr. Weinstock. Concratula
Hut -Mr. Weinstock hasn't got his
seat and tho Hoard of Oovernors of
tho Stock Kxchango still has the prlv
llcgo of rejecting his bid. This prob
ably will bo done. The scat was owned
by Albort Gallatin Wheeler Jr. and
tho 'Supreme Court ordered Its sain
to satisfy a claim by .Mrs. Claudia
CArlstadt Wheeler for back alimony
Attorneys for Mrs. Wheeler claim
the sale Is bona fldo and that Weln
stock cannot bo deprived of his seat.
W. F. B. Hart, who used to bo Wheel
er's lawyer, says Welnstock's claim 1
"nonsense," that tho Hoard of Qovor
nors will shortly show him where ho
"So far as It entitles Mr. Weinstock
to membership on the Bxchange,
should say Tils purchase Isn't worth
a scrap of paper, mud Mr. Hart.
This Time Drnaiiii Htnmhlrcl Aarnlna
Drlretlvn Who ICnrrr lllin.
A man who said he was Krnest Hrnson
of No. 1487 Second Avenue, but who I
known to the police for many years as
tho "Apologizing Dutchman" bocaune of
his trick of stumbling when In crowd
and making laughing apologies whll
an aeoompllco picked the pockets of the
nggrlevpd persons, was arrcstod at
Third Avenue nnd Twenty-pluhth Street
to-day by Dotectlvo Taczkonskl.
Tho detective was a tmajenuor on
downtown Third Avenue elevated train,
Hcnson stumbled nnd fell across hi
knees. Henry raui, another man
known to tho police was clo.io brhln.l
Tncikowskl arriisted Ilenson as he was
about to hurdle the car cute at Twen
ty. eighth Htrrot.
KING WAS ALL THERE,
BUT ASSEMBLED WRONG
Surgeons Find His Organs Mis
placed and Call Him "Left
Handed Inside and Out."
BT. LOUIH, Jan. 6, The body o
William King, which has been pro
served twenty months, Is described
by an anatomist as "left-handod, both
Insldo nnd out," according to a stato
ment mado public to-day at tho City
In May, 1915, King applied at th
hospital for treatment. When asked
who should bo notified In case of his
death, King said: "Don't worry about
that. Just rut mo up and examine
my Douy. i nero s something wronir
with me." Ho died a few days later.
When surgeons made nn examina
tion of the body they found tho heart
on tliM right muo, thu liver on tho
loft, the appendix on tho left nnd tho
spleen on tho right. Tho stomach was
turned around completely. On thn
left lung wero tnreo lobes: thn rich
lung had but two. Thn left kidney
wuh larger uiiu lower man tno riEht
Clilnnmnii Arrpatrd for frllln
Toim Sing, a Chlncso grocerynian at
No. 16 IViycr.i Street, was arrested to
day by Detective Mitchell of lnpeetor
Dwyer's utaff. Four paeknges of opium
wero found In his iioKitemilon. About
two weeks ago the pullcn learned that
four Hrgo cans of opium had been
sniURitled into tno city by u sailor
Slneo then Slug Iiiih Ihm-ii making
nightly trips to tno lenuenoin in u fast
Hoy Madly llltl.-n li l)a.
Thirteen-year-old .Morris Harris of
No. 253 itodiiey Street, Wllllnin.Hbiug,
was severely bitten early to-day ut I.e
Avenue und Itcxlnev Stieet hv a inon
grel, which escaped. I'olleeinan Dono
hue tooK thn ioy to Dr. ixiiiih Hnpp.t
ncirt of No. 91 l.eo Avenue, who run
iertzed deen wounds on hand nnd leir.
imil udvlsed Ids mother to pluco him
under tno rasieur trcaimtnt.
SECOND FIELD ARTILLERY
COMING IN FOUR SECTIONS
irst Train Expected Here Late This
Afternoon Parade Up Fifth
Col. (Joorgo A, Wlngato of tho
Second New York Field Artillery re
ported by telegraph to his father,
Ucn. George W. WIngate, to-day, that
tho regiment was approaching New
York from tho border In four sec
tions, two of which wcro at Buf
falo last night and two at Kaston,
Their progress has been Blow bo-
causo of tho necessity for long ntops
to rest and oxerclso thn 200 horsos
accompanying tho command; M0
horses wcro left at tho border and
substitutes will bo provldod for a
parado up Fifth Avcnuo.
Tho first of tho four soctions Is
expected at Jersey City lato this
afternoon. Tho last or tno other sec
tions may not be In until early morn
uon. wlngato s information to-aay
was that tho regiment would start
from tho foot of West Twenty-third
Street at about 2 o'clock.
S HE AN ANARCHIST?
HE'LL THINK IT OVER
John Burrows Collincs-Woods,
Wouid-De Citizen, Has His
Doubts About It.
CHICAOO, Jan. 8. Tho clerk of the
Unltod States Court hero Is waiting
to-day for John liurrows Colllngs
Woods, formerly of llartlopool, Eng
land, to dctcrmlno whether or not he
Is an anarchist. Mr. Colltngs-Woods
expressed a desire to declare his In
tention to become an American cltl
ion, but handed back tho blank form
after reading It.
I don t know whether I m an an
archist or not," ho said. "I'll go home
and think over the matter, and If I
dccldo I am an anarchist, I'll not
The form supplied In suoh cases
asks: "Aro you an anarchist, a blgu
mist or a polygamlst7"
SMALL BEGINS DEFENSE
IN WIFE MURDER TRIAL
Former Broker's Counsel Expects
to Call Fifteen to Eighteen
OSSIPEK, N. II., Jan. 5. The de
fense of Frederick L. Small, former
Uoston broker, on trial hero charged
with tho murder of his third wlfo,
opened to-dny. It Is oxpectod fifteen
to eighteen witnesses will be called.
Denial of tho many charges made
by tho Stato will tako up most of tho
time. Tho case will hinge largely
upon whether Mrs. Small was living
when Small left for Uoston on tho
day of tho murder.
Tho trial Is expected to end Tuos
day or Wodnexdav.
William H. Matthews, senior coun
sel for tho defonse, nskeil that Small
bo acquitted on tho ground that tho
evidence was not sufficient to warrant
submission to tho Jury, but the mo
tion was denied by Judgo Kivol aftor
JUBILEE IS PLANNED
FOR SAMUEL GOMPERS
Unions to Commemorate Fifty
Years of Married Life and Work
in the Cause of Labor.
A commlttco of national labor
loaders, headed by Frank Morrison,
Vlco-Presldent of tho American Fed
eration of Labor, will shortly go to
Washington to Invito President Wil
son and his Cabinet to a golden
Jubilee testimonial dinner to Samuel
Qompcrs, President of the Federa
tion. Mr. Oompers has Just rounded
out fifty years In tho causo of labor,
and has been mnrrlcd tho samo length
Tho dinner will commemorate both
ovents In his life. It will bo given
Sunday night, Jan, 28. at tho Cen
tral Opera House, under tho auspices
of organized labor throughout tho
country. Tho arrangements for the
dinner aro In chargo of tho New York
OIL NEAR THE $3 MARK.
I'redletlon of .Mirny Yrnrn Wltliln,
l ive Crnla of llrnlUnlloii,
PITTSHUnoil. Jnn. D. Pennsylvania
crude oil Is within flvo cents a barrel of
tho goal for which producers have been
contending for many years. The princi
pal purchalng ngencles announced to
day an advance of ten cents to 12.95 nt
tho opening of tho market. Other
grades wero advanced as follows '..Mer
cer black, fi cents to 12.35; Corning, 5
cents to $3.30: Cabell, f, rents to J2.27:
Somerset, fi rents lo 12.10; luiglund, 2
cents to 97 rents.
Helhiern suy that th rapid Increase
In price has not brought them a great
deal of oil, ulthough theio aro l.irgo
quantities above ground. I'roducpra,
(ltmntltlPS iiiiovh Kroiinu. itooii
they my, nro marketing as little as
Itittv fiml thev do not exnect a rui
oil until the three dollar murk has been
Jht Watli'i Grntiit
Coughs and Colds
(on rhrtt anil another
bolvif ta ihouHer bladea)
B, AND M. RECEIVERSHIP
SUSTAINED BY COURT
Directors of Railroad Declared to
Have Acted Honorably in Ap
plying for It for Creditors.
HOHrON, Jan. D. The receivership
of thn lioston and Mnlno Hallroad
was sustained by tho Federal Court
to-dny, pending final determination
of tho question of law Involved. This
rullnj followed it hearing of flvo
weeks. In which minority stockhold
ers opposed n continuance of tho tem
Tho court hold that tho directors
had been net.i.ited by honorublo mo
tives in ns.wntlng to tho creditors'
petition for receivership filed by the
Intercontinental Hubber Company
of New Jersey, nnd that tho financial
condition of the road was what tho
llrcctors claimed it to be.
Mlsstnsr nt-l'iiimrraininii tlack
After Tienly-(liio -Unntln.
CLKVULAND, Jan. S James II.
Ca9ldy, former Congressman, who dis
appeared twenty-one months ago, re
turned to Cleveland to-day and sold
he expected to repay ' overy cent of
ht debts. Thero are no charges
TAKE SALTS TO
Eat less meat if you feci Back
achy or have Bladder
Meat forms uric acid which excites
and overworks the kidneys In their
effort to filter It from the system,
Itrguliir eaters of meat must flush the
kidneys occasionally. You must re
lieve " them like you relieve your
bowels removing nil the nclds, waste
and poison, else you feel n dull misery
in the kidney region, sharp pains In
the back or sick hcndiichc, ilizzinc.s,
your stomach sour5, tongue N coated
nnd when the weather Is lind you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine Is
cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
nften'uet Irritated, obliging you to pet
uti two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids
and flush off the lioiiy s urinous waste
get about four ounces of Jail Suits
from a nv pharmacy: take a table
spoonful In a class of wutcr before
. . i i
Iircnkiast lor a icw onys nun your
kldnpvs will then net fine nnd bladder
dif-uriiers disappear. This famous salts
Is tniiilc from the acid or praties and
lemon juice, combined with Hilda, and
hns been used for generations to clenn
and stimulate sluggish kidneys and
stop bladder Irritation, dad Salts is
Inexpensive, harmless and makes n de
lightful effervescent litliln-wntcr drink
which millions of men and women take
now anil then, thus avoiding serious
kldnev and bladder discuses. Advt.
Glasses that helped your eyes
years ago may harm them now.
Ehrlich specialists re-examine
your eyes and advise frankly if
any change is necessary.
Examinations by Registered Eye
Specialists. No charge or obligation
Perfect Fitlinr Giants ss Low as $2.50
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New York: iti B'wsr. at Jehn St
as Sixth Av Ifth tk.
jj Sixth at, as It
lot Nasssu, at Ann St.
IT West 1mI Streat.
Broofclrm 4l Pnlton Bt.eor.BonJ ftt.
"Eddys" Sauce is a rich
relish at a low price.
It gives just the right flavor
to oysters, soups, fish, meats,
gravies and salads.
At Grocers and v
Delicatessen Stores, )Q,
Made by E. Pritch.rd, jJl Sprint St., N. Y.
begins work soon as the brush
touches the teeth and because of
it penetrates quickly into the
smallest crevices. It is the one
dentifrice that moves fast and
Gets instant action
Inrrrafti itronxth of
dtllrats, nrrvoua, run
ilonn propla 200 par
rent In ten daya In
mnny Instnncoa. 1100
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per full explanation
In lame article soon ,
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"My Ten Years of Intrigue
Kaiser's Secret Service"
By CAPT. VON DER GOLTZ,
Former Secret Diplomatic Agent of the Imperial German
ALIAS BRIDGEMAN TAYLOR,
The British Prisoner, Turned Over to the United States lo Testify
Against Von Papen and Others in the Famous Plot to
Dynamite the Welland Canal.
A Dramatic Series of Revelations
The World Magazine Next Sunday
READ THIS LETTER:
Cuhday Kdltor, THE WORLDe
I will writs for THE TORX5 MAGAZINE the
otory or my experiences ao a confidential agent of
tho Itnporial German Government.
Two considerations caused my hesitation.
My life has tooen filled with unusual inoidenta, and I
feared to ooem a romanoer if I told tho truth. Also,
1 did not ooo how I oould toll the truth without noon
ins dlnloyal to tho government which, in trusting mo
as it did, had to make mo aoqufttntod with many facts
general publication of which would bo conoidorcd a
broach of confldenco.
Howovor, though 1 an a loyal German , I am
not morriod to tho German govornmont. So - "toll ths
truth and lot the heavens fall". It will bo inter
esting to oeo whether I am believed or not. At any
rato, I promino you an unenbroidnred autobiogrophy,
though in some dotallo, to sparo innocont parties, 1
shall chango or suppross unosscnttal dotalln.
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