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t 0 1 itrtt I t f r i t V t f t I PP ur i 0 > > m + e w f 0 < t t i < t 7W 7T i tf I
i THE EVENJNG WORLD J SATURDAY MAY 4 > 1907 3
r HEROIC SUPS
10 SAVE PBOCEL
II fROM DOG 8m
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i Cincinnati Millionaire Here
in Charge of Special
ists
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SHOWS NO SYMPTOMS
Dog That Bit Him Possibly
Not Mad but No Chances
Taken
No art knowTj to mnllM Imr is
foehir neiclected In th effort to lAve
William Cot I > rocttr the Cincin
I S nati millionaire from an attack of hy
ti ophotii a After A aonMitrinal ivde
JromhU home to thla city In a orl
rate train wldch wat detcrlNed exrlu
eSvely In The Evonlns Word y i tar
day Jlr 1rwter ton PUt lilmelf In
i the haflflt ot p < xktllttt of the Health
J 11ep4tmeit wtio are gtvlng him he
rolo treatment to t w e h m rdtnth
druujcd grip of bydraphobla
The OAp rnanufacturpr Jrov to the
i VVllUrd Tarkn Hosiital at the foot uf
Eait Sixteenth treet toJiy and re
ceived hit regular treatment In the vac
cine Ubratoiy He arrived there at S K
and irmilnVl under treatment until
1012 Ha refute to illtcuat hit In
JuVI ivlih an Uvenlnx World rrporter
who aw him there He appeared ro
but but greitly worried Hit hand
warn not bandaged Dr William H
Park and an jltttnt united the mill
it lonslrr nnd he hurried out to till car
7i and drokn to the St Hrglt
Mr Procter1 Irodtmenl II conducted
with the IJtmcrJt arcrecy He It a rueat
at the Hotel SL lleglt an1 maket hla
trii from ih hotel to the Wlllard
Jarkcr IlitipluU fur treotmeot In
Umoutlno au < o uobilv A pn > ld1I It
In conttant attendance upon hIm and
pave4dI noted p < < slalUtJi among thim
Dr K Q Janbway and bra Daniel W
roar and William II Irk or tue
Health Department have placed tiiem
aelvea at hit aenlca on call at any
hour of Iht day or nlgnt
Bitten In His Kenne
Th dag bite from which It It feared
nydrophurala may develop vra Inflicted
at the aoap injjnale m kennrlt at Glen
dale suburb of ClnclnnatL He U a
fCltt lover of dog and hat Iho ftntjt
kennel In Ohio A few daYi aero
while teparating to AxhUnx anlmvlt
he wa blUrn In five itlacea on tLe
i right hand Tht teeth of Uw anlmiut
netrateil deep to the bone ajxl while
7 oHther dor WIM mad the fact that they
were lIghting fnrocloutly and frothing
M the rojviUi Inertmill the daiucrr ol
liydroohobla
Mr irocter had the woundt cauter
iced In Cincinnati but hla phjulcten
ndvlae him not to take Any chancre
lie WU Informed thAt the Iaateur
uvatmnt which le beet obtained In
this rttyi Jm aave l merry from the
horrible de tti and the millionaire > p tl
to thla city at rut a t a vpeclal train
ft lould draw him over the metaja
r After urrivlnc at the Hi Heli he
called In Dr Janewav who aummoned
Dr Poor an < 1 Park of the Health
Department Thete threo eminent cur
ceonj xlnrcl the wound carefully
and then reoiwmetl thrm for the pur
POifl ot rncauterlutlon Thla wat ilnne
In the Wlllartl Parker Hoiplul nher
Mr Procter waa taken In an automo
bile Although th mlllonalre hat thown
no violent tnptomi of hyOropbohK
up to the present time h U not nut
of danger It Mill be tvera wrekJ
before any iierloue rrnultt cajj tx teen
it they develop A rignrout treatment
will bll continued until all danger It
filLet and the wealthy patient It get
ting all the benefit of the latent ad
Vance mail In the Patteur treatment
Sufferi No Pain
Dr Part of the Hoard of Health
aJd today that the fact that Mr
Procter wna not tufferlnc from any I
K pain wat a good stan and h1 he had
a good chance to J00ef without any
I
Mrtiut remlti
Wlllam A I rocter father of the pretl I
lent of thn Procter 4 Gamble Boap
Co committed suiCide on March S
Jilt on worried a greet taI over hit
ntrenf vIoIt death and hat not been
In very go < > < 1 health Therefor hit I
phytlclant In Ohio cautioned him to
Uk eltry prcc iillon ri meaaure pot
i sib In keeping off an attack of hy
f drophobia
± ELLEN TERRY ENDS I
Ii AMERICAN VISIT I
t to i
Atlfr f four month tour of the I
principal rill of Die 1nlle Hlalet
I illtt Kllen Terry ant tnemlieri of ber
I
company returned homo this miming
alllnf on the Atlantic Tnunjiori liner I
I MJnn tOfika A large niimlwr of frlendt
gathered at the pier to say goi bye
Il to the Knglltli aolreM Hd her oompan >
She held a r8pllon In her tulle which
wta decorated with the ICorlltn mul
AmeriCa liege and n wrt
Mitt Terry lia hut bn well the tail
few dayt but llot wut In exarllMil
plrltt ttts morning and spoke with
corn emotion of the splendid trI
inenl eh hail met wlllt In thin country
I woirtl MV goot b t r she tald to
the newopaP HIMI but rather au
levolr I do hop that J3 hall POIHB
gain to INI my many friends here
Jut aay from me that I have hem
trctted only rverywher
AccompanylnK iII Terry It her
daughter and stag mannger JlUt
Edlfh Cratg
I Hive you lost anything
lfiv you found any thin >
j Do you wint a position
Do you want help
i Are you InUndlnr tn movt
f Will > ou co to lit country nat
i i month x
Do you hope lo own a houu
I
Arc you looking for a builntjj
I I chan In a pirtnmhlp or shop
I No these art not Impertinent
1
4 J tuejttons They uri ukc4 lo lid
J tu U you wut or plan any of
IkN41tI1X1g1 ru4 the Sunday World
I WMt Qlrtciory or idvertlu your
I kit tomorrow wl
I
I nWe
I Would Have Killed Cooke Had I Known
Cries Floretta Whaleys Grandmother
4
I
1f the Neighbors Knew of Clandestine
I
I Meetings Why Didnt They Warn nc
I
She Wails uHe Insisted to Me That
J His Interest in Her Was That of Spir
itual Adviser Only
j
LIGHT IN WINDOW BEACON
i TO GUIDE ERRING GIRL HOME
Warm Welcome and Forgiveness Await
Her There but Grandmother Will Not
Go in Search of Her She Says Sob
I bingly as Sister Edna Sings Jesus
1 Like a Shepherd Guide Me
J
I have mndo no nppenl for my granddaughter Floretta to
j come back If I knew where ahe wa in New York now I would
not Jo to her I would not fend to her JL will not beg her to
cofne back She bns made her choice If she comes back she
1 will find n welcome She can always find a home here
Mrs Kaziah Whaley grandmother of seventeenyearolJ Floretta
1 Whalcy who eloped with the Rev Jere Knode Cooke of Hempstead
I did not speik as the stem parent but merely made a statement of fact
She attempted to look calm and to hide an aching heart as she ushered an
I Evening World reporter today into the little twostoryandattic brown
It house at the comer Greenwich and Torten streets across the way from
the great white house where they lived before John Whaley died leaving
I his daughter Floretta heir to 125000
I There is little yard between the house and the gatewhere now
unfrocked rector of St Georges Episcopal Church of Hempstead was
I wont to loiter of afternoons pouring the poison into the ears of the
1 young girl until she fled with him piling sorrow and disgrace on the gray
I head of her aged grandmother In spite of her troubles Mrs Whaley
had the pride of former possession to say apologetically
I We didnt need sych a big place after Florettavs father died just the
j three of us so we moved across here We were used to a big place with
1 a farm behind it
I The little woman itratxhtnF7I and hr
wrinkled motherly fa e tfoired with
I pride at the ncollecllon of happier
day
In the parlor Tlorttftt jounjer il <
tar rAn and a irirl friend were tlnr
Ins Jetit tike a Shepherd Ould
Me at the piano Mn Whaley listened
cobted and tald softly
flmettwaa t1Mj > t irttj Stje tia < j
invite m fn1Ih11 lrhr niav t new
I
rejeclon Monday nlcht when that man
I ame tn and plolid with her to run oCt
With him She waa not expectlnc him
Im ute for If there hA4 M en any
wrong Intention In her mind the wouUl
hay planned lo meet htm that nlxht
without my knonlnr it
T cked the Old Lady
At It was nh drew TI e Into the par
lor after ripper asyiny Come and heir
me play Mamie Phi always ctled
me Mamie explained the little old
lady with a reminiscent mll All
the rhlllren have called mm that since
the little boy who died named me in
when hs w a baby 1 wi sitting
Iher llttenlnic to her play when the
door opened and Cook walked In
Maybe he knocked before he tleppej
la but J didnt hear It lie hart rot
Into the hifclt of walking In without
waiting for any on to aniwer hit
knock j
After Kloretta ht1 rrr ted him he j
Mid Well Im ready to help you now
with that competition Plorelta lookiM
rahrr lurprlied and aId What com
petition Then the seemed to under
stand anu added Oh yea I hcmenp
ber I dldn think anything of It at i
the time but now It hat all come back
lo me that It waa merely a trick of hit
to fool me I
When Xloretta brought In the paper
and pent I said Well If you are going
to write I ruei Id rather better tttp
out I went to the dlnlrucreom and
kllchefi and they were left alone
twenty or maybe thirty minute I
hare no doubt now that he planned
their running awoy while I was out of
the room
I know that roretla never contem
plated flit before Monday night I
know It because on fiaturdav the made j
her plant to to lo New York Tuesday
and buy her tprlnc clothe Bhe intend j
44 going sooner with a friend a widow I
I
but delayed because the friend was 111
On Saturday I gete her a che > k for i
II
Itf and the cashed It at the tnk Rlv
log me beck UO She wrote out her
little lift of jiurchaiei I saw It
Would Have Killed Him J
I may be blamed for allowing this
man 10 come litre to often I want to
say right now that time tIm ago I
tried to stop nlm I expoitulatd with
him I in Id Now Mr Cooke you
oughtnt lo come around here to often
you a married man Ieopl will begin
to talk about rlorctt
assured me liii Intention nr
perfectly honorable and that he wit
ctlllnc a Ihe clrcymn her tplrlluatj
advlicr purely out of lnlfiit to Tier i
I elia a tutu and Ut > mist laid oa aIm
by her father lie Mid
I Mrt Cooke knows of my visit and
afipravei
1 It U true that the Knew of them
Not 6nly thai but within use year the
baa rallttl with him ua letcral of bit
visit to the house
Vlmt could I UuT He waa the mln
liter and Ijek I had my doubt
my pretests wire In vain
I imer co out at the haute and gel
around to bear the gossip The neljh
Dora ay that they knew of thee no
rile for a long Unit Why why didnt
they come to me and tell nit If they
knew It all along
sit I limit kuano about II known
mU Ibe neighbor said boat otsu
i1 > lue uieelluat I would bavei
killed hlnse
tin WTialix cried out In her lndlin
lion Thin abs continued
Tel thoujrh mr JlM1 told me to beware
war I could not believe that anyrhlnj
wong would com of tbtlf t iu4n
ince riortlU wa GAIT a Kthool tlrl
fad be wsa to mLrrlIll 1Ia mde
0
it I ite 0
her youth hit excuse for he dearly
love children the
rhlliJrwn ild not hating any
of hit on Wh he would play i >
the hour with the little boy and Rirl
acron the Street walking the little boy
on the fence top and laughing with
him Who would tutpect a man who
acted like that of liavinj ucb wicked
motives
i
And Iloretta was such a goad horn
Ctrl I ran safely may tKat during the
j past yrer she hat not been out of tie
I houte after supper time more than four
i time And let In former year Why
I before her father died she wen on A
two neekt visit to New York and be
i fore It mae through the bed 10 lit
brought home saying that the was to
I liometlck
Her Parting With Grandma
j AnJ thlt li the gIrl who wrote to
Audrey Tonntend her hun Hemp
J tead It too slow for me
i The kindly face
grew stern ar tho
r nkled grandmother continued
That man mU1 ho bad tome
t Inlfe Influence onr her Not nece
tartly hypnotic or anythIng lllj that
I but you mutt remembtr
that she nit a
mere child and
lie was a mature man
used to oddrtttlnr great menmalt
t matter
II tut a tmooth talker Is li any wonder
I that he could Indure Ihlt young and
I innocent Kill lao knew nothing of the
world but Ihli home and tlilt null
I tpwi 1o zu run away with him Any In
timation lhar cite wa the on to lure
land cajole him away from hit mlfe It
Idle vlelout gossip and faltehood
j UhS tellle1 worried when the left
I here Tuesday pretending the was going
to New ork to buy ner drett Be
rouldnt act her II well poor hit
I Florellll <
And hst dlrlln I risehfj her
I letter telling me the was going away I
It stunned me I waa too lazed to
I give Away to grief I tat up late that
I night with a light shining from the
front window hoping If the came creep
Ing back frightened and repentant that
she would tee It and come to me who
wat her mother these jeara
Kuddenly the stern uncompromltlnr
woman With a wrong gave away to the
lot Ing grandmother and Mra Whaley
leaned against the dour lear falling
i fttt aa the tobbed
the kitted me gnodby when she
II ttood In the dlnliiKroom I and the kissed
me again at the door nbc went na tAr I
aa the gate and then she came running
lurk mil threw tier arms around m >
rk and kitted me again twice
Oli Florella Kloretia Im sure she
dldn wjnt tu go Irn lure tie ildnt
wllllnxl
And wl netting that grief on could
not underttand how a loving heart could
have Inflicted It
a
DANCE OF MAYO MEN
TONIGHT IN BROOKLYN
Lecture and Songs of the Historic
Old Land Will Br
Features
A IiH ami entertainment be hekl
lorlhl tl lrustwet Hill llruokljti
under the autplo of VM Mayo Men
A it Utlaii slid ttio prncrrUt will In
I given lo the 1tev I H Brett fur the
Clew tothollc church bliiir erected at
ourvliiwiii uuu iftuixi
I u IIrI t lUuu hilt 11111111 the muilc
and h Oyn will hav Uinj uf iie
floor The JIM unit will jrve M leo
lure on ihe progress of the inch race at
home and iiir tVr Ieii ballad of me
old land will be 110I111 b > a fcwelidJd
I array f singer A large Biiliertue of
ttbtt exiled ton and durtaleri of 111
j torte uld Mtjo will attend Martin Am
bro tbe chairman of arraiu > meni tee
i mad nary Preparation for one of he
lien eni rttlnm uu and largest trued
on rrtarJ
THOMAS HOLDS UP COURT
> lllonnlre loci In Wrong Temple
of JuaIa on Tram Charge
b It Thomat ihe mUlonaJra motor
tit and portmn Alt not wr In
the Weal Bid a Court today vrhtn bla
name wa called II wm arr t4
lat flight in front of the llou Aov I
tor vtoUtl = 4c the Inffla rule In run
tilnr bit oar crtj the tnG La
U tWhon4 tn the Court latw In
hfr 4y JtktJt fthfc hsA toM ft iniAtAlcA
Mi oe to UA Ibrliu Oaurt TM
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POLICE SEEK GIRL
WHO LURED MAN
TO HIGHWAYMEN
Rich Cuban Acting as
Escort on Her Appeal
Is Beaten and Robbed
Jo Medina a rjouns mrorh < tnt
of JJavana Cub lured to a lonely
pot In the Uroni by a handsome younc
blonde then beaten nearly to death
and robbed of Iff In mon > and dla
mondt It In the Ihtnon Hospital to
day suffering from minI woumU The
police re looking for the sir but hajc
practIcally no clue be > i nil th j fact HIM
the woMan pmca pnnlt1i It or tllBlit
blld and about nve feet four InctiM In
height HoWrtvr thev think they
know who the tootpadi were
Mrdlna came to this city tome day
ago on builnett and stopped at the
Hotel Ameioa In Irving place He
alrolled out last night and according
to bItt story written becaute tilt jaw It
broken a young woman united at him
at he met her In EAt Fifteenth street
near Urondway lie wat turpr1 el and
pleated leirn the spoke hit language
and they walked about for a time to
gether She Milit the mutt hurry on
home where her mother tc waiting
fur her She hud been to u part the
paid and her cicurt waa taken and
dcnly 111 i
I Attacked by Thugi I
Medina volunteered with true Cnttlllin
chivalry to accompany her honk and
they look the car They eltated
together soli union and the srl 1
proved mot entertaining At lrotp eo
avenue they got out arxl walked au
to lntnal jtrruc A apartly iwpu
lated tHitlai
Suddenly at thai wrrg nivfnt a
vaoant lot twu men sprang upon the
Cuban To Protft 11 Klrl tics the
nrt thought of the uniul > ealln mir
chant and he itruk out rtirbt arJ It It
kropint bttwe Hie itlrl xn t the uii
bm Then h l J5f the girl laughed
and he btllevu the tiruck him H
as knocked don Iahbed In the neck I
kicked and beaten unUI uneoniclout
After Gnu of hli dilertiv Jlmlnez I
who speaks S anltli had Inlervleued
Mrdhu at lie luMpuat AflliiK pth
1rloe of the flronK Untectlve Ilutenu
said
Idft
It will probably be several days bo
fare Meillon It able to talk rationally
because a hlllckJk wam mod on hl <
ikull mil U numbed the brain but from
lilt Incoherent ttateiiirnlt I am con
vinced that the men Who niHullo him
were two marl Weilurn crookt who
nirt him the day lie reached New York
and who have been winning their way
Inlo hit confidence ever tine We are
ovnvlnccd thai they brought the young
woman Into the came tu aid them
Airallantt Were Shadow
AMordlne to one of lili aecouott he
roie with lilt two men on a Madlton
uvenu tsar to On lInt tired and T Jrly
a xtli strict crossed the bridge over th
Harlem InUi the Hroni walked afoot to
Vet llumlrtd and Kertrnlntb VaiL
then t > wk a tAw th Iro n fl lropect
aveuue and walkrU from lroaMci ave I
I imr tu the i4ace uliuie be v u ttruO
jtl wu 1111 other ajflMiie lt > iy la In
I Uu efteci that he taine up to the Jlroni
I nix VIID the HKII bw with the vtuman
we arc locllueU to bvllev the alter
I story I the true one and that the gr
lurlhl In vljllm to rfm spOt where ike
two turn were Wsiitifl5
We think we know who Ute 10
crooks nr They maine In re H few
iikujilit aoo fron thi tteulhwril Tititt
hid bn JB Meileo long ouga w
learn how to tpiwk a little tfiMHlih
nhwi he rrvained hf emama hit
mony42f5o Jlnntoiid dug worth ISO
a stud north f8 aaJ hi watch ynlu j
at IW wet gone ills Anger had been
bwlly torn in tb haal ut itet the ring
fiillrtiiao S either tuimble over Ina I
pDI11e nf nd sent him to thg hue
plitJ Cnronrr MoIVHMlil was MMnd In
to tai hit ant innr Mii cemln Mil
lien away Mien he fund 1Itdlaa oullS
rocovl
ROOSEVELT DINE KUROKI
WA8HIXOTON May iQtn Kurokl
of Japan who U oo hi war to the
Jameaurtrn UztioalUon will te enter
tained at dinner by Prsideztt Ilaoat
v it BicreUry Taft al4 the Jupnm
Amt u4dor whtn be reathu Wuiilnr
ton next wtk 1U U now b lnic UCOoII
d teffrt the Contlott by UcuLQ a
GOOD fAIR PAYS
SECOND VISIT TO
GEORGE MMAHON
Legless Little Boy Gets
New Wardrobe and a
Bank Account
i
AVhon < lff TKf MoMahon woke up Oh
m rnllll the fret thing he wanted to do
nan to look at the very flneil vvunlroba
it mull 00 of nine ever taw within
the woJl3 ctihe KirrCobnty Hotpl
tul
I iorge It tle llltl ertnpld whnie
story told In The vcnlnx WorU latl
Ynlentliiot bay bruuclil from r
t
Harry Half President of the Hu
Foam flaking Toivdrr Company vtJt
i tor A jxUr of ortinclnl I
On Thursday The Krtnlnr World
printed a story of Charley Nicholson
the little llobokrn crlppl to whom Th
Kwnlns WorM SiinU Clauna rich
urchlted iiroujtht a pair of new Legs
I vIsIting OVorxc at the hospital
I Tluit name nenlnj Crorjrea Rood
far > Jlr llulfe Called up Tim Kven
Inll World ofllco by telephone and
asked that George be nttM out with
I the nlcnt clthr H boy could unnt
I A one hunilml dollar bill was given ti
The KvrnlnK World for aronfe with
tio requoel thAtany money rrmalnlni
lifter the outnt had been uurrtitwxl
ttmuld it 114 in a bon for the boy 1
YettanUy wan the happiest day In
OP reoa IJfe eicepl the on upon
which lie iecclyed Mi new lest Mr
HAifa rent hit his automobile la the
hoiplwl and KlUi a nurse and ILII
Uvenlnc World rrprrtontatlvr the
> ounK ter was taken for the flrtt Urn
In his ia to a Ur department lore
where ha loA provided with a oomplnta
txiint at clothes These ar i the Lhliiff
borg had deliverer at hla nddrcit al
the King Count hospital today I
Two fine blue serge Mitlitr suits one I
trtcnmnl In lack bmld far bttt the
other titmmiHl In red with a ml tie
for evrr > d ll > I
Tao extra Lira of truutrt arid atte
shire waist Cur rough iiturninc wtsr I
Half iloirn law whIt collar Hint
lltrce ntNklltt
A ilium tn covert cloth ovrn at I
A cup And 4 hat a lAIr of glutes
lUll ImirtluKut juvJr uf stockings I
Half a duaen suits of UIIIIlb J
thr nfcjln eivvni a bait rube two I
iMtdnrAKuU with lupfwrtcrt and a half I
iloxnii lioflk > hlcfa i
U htn lt > ri < i a iHiUlt Milrh li awn I
iiiMvd of Urn vr > limit i IJlMiiK mix
boy could desire both fur amriicu anil I
iplMOnUK Wee OOJllI > lt v1 titers teas
nflynn o < > lIar leU to be drputltnl
In lw bank for him
WHh Mitt Jean rrtewlrll head of the
kindergarten at tile ICing County iits
Phd IUI rueie little Ururi Iitel
out on hit Utiiklnc ar tnankt tu
Mr lUlfr itb a ntis depoalt Ihe
lIIoney was jlacud III 01 Hllnl 1iIa
Iniri Hank at Court add ltmten
streets Ilruuklyn
If OMirxr tin t Uie happiest boy In the
world today It It br jnu t he It is i
dazed to coiifprrnwirt It atl n non toe I
blx outomoOIW wlUxiAtl up to the cnli
dnna ilt rwrfn nt of the heiplial an < l
all the little criv < r > CNWt arounj
lu hoar the new Onenn wat too tJli j
gf It all for utterance
Ml be lIQuid any wat Mat Mr Half
oho RHvr trim bit now UK ti the I
I bet nun In the work which conrtn I
from a Con heart wee quit enough
for a snamli boy wha haj lakiui hi
QUI trip Into the rWI world ant had
hlmieir purahaied a fine supply uf
plothtt nt fur any lllllt bur In < he
land
QUAKE SURVIVORS HERE I
llrilrnn almrU Illil flrrnl lfllOIlIn I
In Alurrlraii lutrrntlt They lilT I
The War liner Havana from Ua
vatia and M x1i > ni xuu arrlveil her
dr bringIng eertl Am rlrnt who
war In the Cllv of Mejlro at the till
i f the mIIIt rtMhijuakf They rPOn
thAt the iota 10 Amrrkan throughout
Men 10 wu very heavy Mid that tht
nail V lois of Ila WAR enomuiiM
Amour the tunrlioM wf prrfiimv
ate in J1e F t II lUck riroui whlna
a stationed at the tin of the earth
Quake at liikeraoll Park in ut aiii
Uptti of Jrd < a llv Tilt tIrcus eae
wrecked 111 WUIard Oil at Cin
nerfonntri was seriously Injured and
liaa nol yet rMoitrtd
KJro l he rypay rnuiMUn one ta
hiwhand of Clir Ward the Jvlncsa
ChUoy wai on the havana witn a
at4 5 Ae ptA
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NEWARK COUNCIL
PASSES SUNDAY
BASEBALLLA
Ordinance Adopted Last
Night by a Vote
i of22to7
Thfre na rrrrtt rejoIcing In Newark
tuda Khrn It bwamn xenerally known
I that tho Common Council IliA mret
Il 5 last nlrfit passc4 uari3lninc prr
i mlttlnr butubal Inylna on Hundnya
brtwr the hOOT of two and ill
clock The onlloanco had been
before thr Hoard tor several month
anil wag finally xLM d by a vote of
K to T
I TIlt Helit to prohibit the playing of
bull on Sunday WOe IL bitter One and
wan In tif ntia nilnlitert and icvrrat
wuinrnt tucletlt Cijty Attorney
j rnclt Child Jr alto warnd this
I
I Councilmen that they could not paia
I the otdlimme whIch legalized batrball
I plavinn 0 < Hun > at it conflicted
I with the Stnti vice und Immnrallty ara
I Mr ChilI raid that he personally fn
ored Hunda hell playing but the law
iiuii be considered
Minuter for Sunday Ball G mC
I Turre Ncn rk cierg > men apjxarrd
one for and two JKHliut tHe onllnnii >
i They wern the Itev John Mcliowrl
who tiHike acakint the measure ant
the Km Ur I Watlion rector of Mt
htcphrnt Fplsopai Churth and Itux
llrnr I ItuK of the church of jliu
Itrdrvmcr who defended I
Mr MLltoHcU rtprriint the New
Vjrk lrrtu > trr mm MiiittinlHi at
cMmlon In Trait Ihe xtllton of inv
i ml rrllKlt Oimnliaitoni and < un
dudN with a I > Ie that the toiincil
iould vote aKa lt the piup011 an
uf lit > park 0 the HaMialh
Dr Irk 01 tild Hint the minIsterial
op > oilllon te it lot repreiciitatlve of the
LuJiifrrBUtlnriM of the city He polnli
oul that 11r tr n < > rnpritoiitallvet
of thn Iloman Catholic Church or tho
Jewish confcrrentloiu In the mlniilntlal
Hmoclallon Hr tuhl I auld < w a dir
flrult matter lo get mlnlttert of rue
Iptucopal Church to npjfar In opi > oil
tlllon to Hunilay baseball
Von nwnt exclude from monK toe
wlio oppo the twiwitu ur tnb ortli I
ncr Hutu I > r W AIn the Catholic
Church the Jewish CThurrh and the
KplwonAI thurch I attrrt they h
1plopl rhurphrt tire
111 nht to am r thatllir clrh
heck of the onpotlllon lo sunday had
bull There are Ihoutandi or people
J1tr with
who Ill iwfeball and
other thoumndu will enjoy ltsMilMll on
i unlfl U fclven an importunity tvh
etc the Inpl They are of tIle
treet middle class or the poorer 1011
wmi ouiiiol Iy expensit > arefarr 10
< rt nut of lon on l4uttits > The get
no vaHlont at all In the arm
inonllii Titer are l men and golI
II0nlh and at good < hirItlans is I r
nn 10 hft 11 oppo l ti 8uii >
baseball
ARITHAGTIC AND FOOD
hche hlldirn hiust 11 Well t dT
A young girl In Newport UYI n
on Itac I tmtter rlKht to rpenl of
OrapnNntc food titan aiim
I vn in witiool but In poor
health until mamma began to KVP
me mt cNutii food I brRiin to tin
prove A once both mentally and
iiioilcftlly and I Improvod no In my
work at ecliool that 1 got 100 in
nrillinutlc unit liirliK that limn I
Dallied 3 or X poundi In wnlulit and
limit Billl palnliiK
In who ham a right
Tlirre tl no one wio III I
to recommend the food morn hlidily
than I MHIIIIIIH niKleeiiwl to kupplx
It for abut thr 4j wamks and J begat
to fall In Ufllh MI I vamuuinrrd the
I of tho food aRittu and now I
dont Intend to do wIthout fnpi
NUl It U well for pareitte to know that I
GrapeNut food oouiultu m4ieueti lf
ment from the grains prepa red mil
onoUed In such a way U to lrrIII
Unwc food elew nu 1 that tlnv uat
IHI ijulrkly digested and lallltlp <
tho JlbOphal of putah nblllued
from HIP field grain nod Cllllnp1
In Grnp Nuii unllM with the aliii
111e15 of food to quickly rebuild thu
gray matter In the nerve centric ana
brain
J Is of the greatest importance
that growing children and itudenti
b given food that ouiuinn bntn
brain and uervM There a N
ion b Head the little book The
Uoad to WellYllle la pkct
lod t eJlv1o i pkc
J jc
RING STOLEN IS
IT THE PROPERTY
MBS
Value 2800 to S4fJOO
According to Vary
ing Stories
It wa s pnrtil In a myttirlfluii man
ner from the lintel Cumbrrlanil ye
terjax ThRVA prominent nctirn hvt
been robbed eta rlnlT aluecl nt I fl
Thn manager of the hotel refuiM ti
give the name of the actrtii Tit waa
very mysterIous out the robbery
It 1 learned today from Capt Mo
Cafferty of the Detective Hurr u that
the only robbery reported to the police
from the Hotel Cumt > eTl n < l docurrwl
In the room of Frederick Jlullmnn Mr
Ilullman reported tat on April 10 b
tween I n 7 oclock t the ttera4oti
I some one had entered him room ia t <
stolen a womnni ring valued at KJM
The rIng Ttiu described I belnc iet
I with threo threecarat diamonds The
netting was diagonal and the ring aid
ben faahUned a Tiffany Noo
iretn wee mentioned In the rejrorttot
tie robbery to Police Headquartent
TRISHTSIITOPENED
1 WITH FULL CEREMONY i 1
I
m Ireland Pre
r sides 0 Many Notabfes t
I Are Present tfi
DLMIUM May iThe Lord TJuttn X i
I alit at Ireland the Brl or Aberdeen
fopened the Irish International Exhlbl
Don Herbert rl Halla Bridge to r
I lay tnfull t The function wa
mrk d lth miirS ceremony i
I T Knlchtu ot 8t 1atrlek wearing
i ttielr Inli nil ltterotno lliail
IK number of nevl api military officer
nil In unlfotm I well at rrprnenU
lives of many public boitle antI large e
i croid of apettatnrt were pr lent w
I
J3416 GOT YOUR3T d
I TVASHlSOTON y4 The pw
ciplta clrcutitloti of money on May 1 i1
Blaill hel R new reocrd rt6btnc
I til It The per capita a year a0 LIC
W
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d
r 1
Telephone I
Directory 1
f
for summer month <
goes to prmmst
Friday May 10th L
All new listings desired for the summer
issue must be received on or before that date
For Manhattan The Bronx and Por BrooWyn Queen Long I1an4
Wettchcttcr County apply to Staten Island and Ncwjer apply tea
VEW YORK TELETBOVE COMPANY THE N Y NJ TELtraONE co
Ctoltitt Offices Ttlipoitt Noti Cetlrtcl OKI til t Tiltfliom Htt1
tlltyCtmt 1010 CertUndt II Wlllooitbt SJ Drockln
iLl West hit H alndl imw P lionhl lirooklrn I rn iidlord C
in West 1 > 10o evoMominold w fifth tullw Prlr oMKomli
I siIEsuhItAhltirt t lilfo4 II fleetest htitrooklyn touvrmttin
I RiTrdUAT Jonh nMYonktrt I llnl nhrook AvtJtmilct WitJuntWs
O UhlMlVunoa K4Oit Vmxm II Tomeklnt AT Tompkirl6 T lovTmnpknl
tI2hugsottwliothiIl lowStwiKxbtiu 11 kMHUS warkJ lothwl
I of aoy loctl mID htw Jtrtej
I
n I hlew A Co t Attraotlon If we had a credit system
sytem
Are Their L Trlatt instead of a strictly cash
system we couldnt give the
jcX gve
I values for which the House
f of Macy Is famous
Itmadasy at Ath aye ig i at t
dIn t > Uth < If we had a credit system
our Depositors Account sys
i tem would be wholly unnecessary The function of our De 1
I positors Atcqiint is to give you credit system conveniences
without the fqults ts2ittatt4
How Get Rich
to t
It Is Not Economy it the road to
What You wealth and Macys Depositors
Account system is the shortest
I horelt
Make but te
I route
1 I What You START A DEPOSIT AC
Save That COUNT KNOW HOW MUCH
Makes You YOU SPEND AND FOR
Rich WHAT YOU SPEND IT
j
i IMPLY deposit here a sum of money great or small a
S von elcctfor shopping purses Make purchases In
the usual way and We them charged to your De
3 posit Account Interest at the rajc of 4 per cent com
pounded every three months will be allowed on your daily bal
ance Statements of the account will be mailed monthly While
a Deposit cannot be checked against far expenditures other than
those made in the storeAS WE DO NO BANKING BUSI h
NESS an Fall of It can be withdrawn at ant time
Thi unique plan aflords I the CONVENIENCES of an
nrdnarv charge account In a credit store combined with al the I
ECONOMirs of Nacs strictly cach system J
Special Delivery Service For I
Deposit Account Patrons J j
A an additional convenience for our Deposit Account
Patron we will DELIVER FREE DURING THE SUM
MER to any station in the United States cad of the Mis
sisrlpni ACCOUNTS River PURCHASES CHARGED TO DEPOSIT
0 Ret VUcy V C t AttrtttUw Art Tkelr UwPlVd
ACCOUNTSml c
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i
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Not U brainfood e backtonature n
e puffed or kinked t food
MALToRICE I
Is rea food to eat when you are hungry it
Its 87 nutriment being pure rice malted
and cpoked just right All grocers
f
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