Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1011.
a-mMIng Mi Arn.iM hsal fainted "n iMfili AVrt.ue. Nrw Vo'K, atil hast been H Into An tUIOfBOMta ind tsatcn I 'fil.jni. :; , fc raiMSMi Detect. ve Ml "I'm t Philadelphia Willi ihe f.tlier protesting hla belief m hit iU'k itrr ha met wit , vlnlenre nd Uie avIIrt insl.-Una that thr family as MIMloMiafl miktWlftl facta nf .in tltnAte nature, the set'''i for MlM .rtiuul mac m mure renl rtOadWay lo. ir Inan fti My lime MlK a It atartadL Oft than sax weeks nt I The nil :;. In puh . Iljf RM IaMpm I lila mnrnu.st In tha in.pe t iai mm elsta H Ul n ' na girl ni.it I he uMsliii-l II ti onij taken as a I At) rcirl iv.ifi every nthet a,n. of Inquiry runt been r. .! i i .. iilun police 10WWI vers prln'asl rwirihs rrpr.Mii 'tl'itis -f miss Arno.r two mint photoarapbe I and an a ursti description 1)1 I cupy was sent lo 01 at J :' i "I i' every luwr marsna, anil every deiec lira bur- ..i. ' n. I In tilt t'nlted I ta tat and Canada la ie reJ stul petted. Tlia information rontalnod In Ihll :r cular Ml cabled lo s.-otland Yard and to the principal cities of Continents. ( nwrupr. Oaaaiad artta tba Iranian m lha atinomueiiient ol I'mi-is H Aitm.il, tho falhar itf tin vanuhrJ inuni wo- I man, oftarlnc a reward ol H.M for uss- , ful Informal. on loading to t lie dls ovary of till dauar.'ilei a wlernelioula. daad B It, Foul Play Family's Only Theory. Tha attltudr of Miss Arnold's Imn.e dlstr family had become by to day th uu. t of iiu h comment Tlie polka and tha new spaper men alike were struck j by tha fact that whila tha Arnolds I primplly rejeaed every lliaory ll.at 11 lathi oa lui.n i.l ii) .nt , i. n !h steadfast. y declined to advance any of j ihalr nwn exoepi the of t en reitsratad one of foul play a thins; whl. h. under MM clrcunialancea i.nd In thla present in staate of a raftssad, normal, clever New Vork ralanl mil. tin boat mlnja at I flradijuarteri aay, la a uiactltalll) Jru- I ,.!. . prtsm.sB When Mr Arnold, after rpen.llnn n month and a half and thouaunda 0.' Jo -Maa on tlia moat extensive private hu-il for a loat Ix-raon aver 1111(1 df laJitll In th.s country, da. Idad terduy to five thr atory to the rea In the hope Hint puli llcJti ii.., .lit succeed where pergonal e( lorta had fall.nl, he Inaj.ited, M ill I uthera of Ma i ....... ; that Ml M- Hold had no MrtOUl lOVd nffulra. To-day, j nowavar, aomo of his klnxpeip.e wen. eady and wll.ins to admit Hint MIkh ' Arnold raa itirrati-U In und .one- ;...! -i wiui two ynunR MtV one living I in anolhar city and one atnoiid. Mother Suipic of Suitor. John Jaaa'an, employed by A. I . (leckman Co., grocera of No. 160 Urean-wloh atreel, lielluven he may have Mlutlou of Urn myatary of the di- I i.. ' pea ran c of Mi liorotny Arnold. Up to Haptambtr laat, the Arnold family lived at No. Weai I. . I Avenue, and Leaean waa order clerk for the heckmuii liroi In tha brunch store at Amaicrd.iiii avenue and Nlnoty-flril street. It was hla bualnets to go every day to the borne of the Arnolds and It the custom of Mrs. Arnold, Miss Doro thy's mother, to give the ordeia bdrsajf According to Jensen, Mrs. Arnold was rstrrmely nervous and exclteable, at llmea very tslksttve, during hla culla at the house He liud soBMtlmM to listen fn her tin If sn hour, he na, before he Could get sway with the order, V The i. iideii of her talk wus her s -ep- tlrlsoi in regard to tne . . r . : of j any young man wtio ahowrd attentions so her daughtera, aaylng that the would pevar allow cither of the girls to nafry any man whose record waa not all eoltstaly perfect. There waa one young man In particu lar who waa apparently an admirer of lies Dorothy and iKalnat whom the mother appeared to be highly wrought 1ft tvii inr uiiiri iiiiiiii, i ii v ,iB)rn ttiin sve been taking the lesd in the search ! -John H. Keith and (Inrvnn Arm strong of No. 40 Wall street state l.oaltlvely that at all llmea thu Arnolds j lava been most frank and open In de- J tailing all they knew of the person il interests and home life of the young ' fvoman. The Attorneys hud to confess again tbls morning that of the clues winch developed yesterday following . J'ia printing for the first time of the stalls of ths caae not one had proved ef any real value. Reject Ferryb- at Clui. . Tha detectives who are w orking under them had reported that tnere appeared I (o be no color of plausibility In the a)ory that a atlrl answering Mils Arnold'a deecrlptlou tiled lo buy a disguise of male garn In a water front pawuoro kor agent s salesrooms on West stiert Wednesday, or In the the tale of a frightened young woman slai ling for Phlladripnia yuaierday In compunv with I fcjentrij) man who spoke Uvrtnan. I .So la4 aa tlie woi .d at large No 1 the '.ysteiy waa aa ne.ogaed and linpeiie l ibla to-day as Ii nas bien any lim .esta laat six wteka-n.ore ao, In fact, lor U can be aiaiod aa a positive cer '4a In t y that for Ituev or four days im aicdlsialy following the ChrlstniHS no.l Jays ihe fsnnly tied some sort of se stet reaaoa to bellave, or at leas, lo oopa. thai the next few hours would MilUJ the return u Miss Dorothy. To a lei.orter for Tba i.veiin World to-day .do Mr. Arnold made on. e m in the ststemrnt tiut ha felt sure his duugit.cr ii. list nave m. I with Plolon I "8ns Is either dead or abs i it. I) elp.ess somewi.ere," he sstd "else ehe would naver i.ave let us bleak our ttonrta a. d Himi IlllPsfflVSO out wit. .out sending arord ol sojiih surl. If sue had run away, io matter what toe circumstances of that fligtit might bATs been sfhe wnull al ixasl i.ave sent us u messaue to sl ay the gnxksty tost is killing her mot i .'' and otsaaing ma down ah . Ufa bare art no facts uo definite fas la to tst in. out, ni own gonrlotlon USUI ue ti st boratby was in rlotim or a .me " Dead or Under Restraint. "Whst object could any one nave for ttacVii.a your daughter?" ask 1 t o porter "No possihle motue for a ourder hag been advanced and ap parently there was no opportunity for injuring or for kidnapping your agughier?" "1 know all that." said tin 0 I I man. wsarlly. "Those thins s nsve i pointed out to me a hundred times. Vet I am sura now mat sl.e MUSI be del I, op else onilrely In.-apsble of com municating w,th ui, If she were In toe land of Ihe living and conscious, word would have con,, from or boforo tc n "la It true that your dsughltr wanted to be Independent that A c wanted to esrn her own living in tier urn way?" "Well." aa.u Ute father almv.y, 'my 'o ehtrr was of an Indnpmvlent nature " 't RlUbbOm or perverse or even cir- wllltd. but high spirited nnd full of initiative, and it is a)Mtl true rhst Aim was amMtl ins lo family do a..niriiiing for herself. Hut he hsd tr n) her h ind at wiitine, as yoi knotv, and had Called a nl Ana llOlinillOgOll In that tll rOOUon, Aiol I nm sure sue rOOIItOal that nelt'ier her education nor her environ ment had fined iier t'l esrn BssMMf in any ntlier way. ' I notM NOJaPg imr express s desire tn t1) t.. niske her own living, and cer tainly tlir tmmcdintf. clrcumAiunce of her disappearance are all aaalnst such a OOCI i . .a ,n. No gin in her sane WH001 who tntei. .led to leave hurtle vn intirlly woui.l have font iiway so 111 pi pared or so tookll tqaifspod MIP funds ' Hsd Four Olrl Chums. W'lil.s p ipuiai Ui a wide range of sc. sMO, M'ss Aiiio d was known to be fopjsMkM of four young i.-i- of her own ,'ir. is. ner psrtl. -m.n J.um was Miss BisXs Usury or No, 4T i;ast l-'orty-ninth street. The nam.-a of the other UfOO liitlmstes could not tn laitrnod. Mlas Henry, with wh i; o II jn A mold l.sd an sPpoUllOJOnl on the dsy sne so mysterljiisly dlsaptirare.1, could sea M slgulfl klsea In tits', when asked about It by sn Keening W.irU reporter to-day. "'.' ' 'I t i "i" iha: H mday that Ibt SOOjM not meet ng the next day, ss aba waa hunting for a bargain In evening .lrsses Mho wanted one for a party siie was going to soon after. Hhe toij n,a her r.'i.pplng with her. inothor was going of ths legislature to-day failed to at tract enougth legislators to cimnt s "At MOP t .e dsy she disappeared sl.e inei ai..ii.ier ireni ii..h. mi ll tsnis snl tilkxl with her fir a long tlsa. .... ... ....I hoped to get OlitlAtmas. If Ml Ar- I nold bad plannod her disappearance she OOtlM SSsslly have av. ..led bMl 1 friend. Instead, ahe hailed tier '"Then you think her dlaappiarnma ! was n .t contemplated?" Miss ll. iiry i was a-ked "I am i,iMUln of It. Somettilng hap pcnedI don't know what whether u - ident or f ii play,'' she rtsp.led "She ilit.ale. t'l .In iitiythlng that would iit trsct attention. She Is the 1.1st person In the world to think Of putting oil men's el .ihen. She nt ver frnnki. of tmu- hle ut bOflaOi DOT did she rtgnrd hOOIaVI as Tnlnunderatood.1 if she imij any ro- iii ii. ao, I knew nothing of thorn, und I au very ItitlmAtc av It Ii her." It ui learned to-dny that Miss Ar nold hail pared an els's.rste entertain ment to sixty of her Uryn Mawr OsMf mates on Use. If. Tha entertainment a aa to bt In tha form of a tea party. Not only bad limitations baien sunt out, but tha m isle had bOM engaged. Some of the girla Invited were from out or loun and had tn.ide the.r ari.ingemeiits to spend the ntttlit In New Vork. When the tnvlt itlons were esn"elle.l only a few were told ihe reason. Mrs Arnold has felt the slsnek of her la.ighier'i diAiippearauce so keenly that ahe Is prostrated, and, in avoid the nervous tpTVOlon of tha situation at home, has gons to likewood or some other resori lor recuperation. It Is said tnat Mrs. Arnold t.ikea upon herself, un justly aa the family inst-sts, some blatoBO for her daughters set. If bar disap pearance he a voluntary ono. Rumora of Love Affair. Though all the family Insists that there never wus thr slightest iiiarroi bOttTOOU the mother and daughter or SOtWeOB DOfOtby and any mcinher of the bOUaObOHli yet It la rumored a.i.onix people who are somewhat scqiistnted with the family urtiilis that the girl was not as imppy an alio nilgm uavu ucen. Two reasons arc ndvsncod for this. The hrst, u. al ahe had heen erosaed m s love affair. Stories are allout that Mies rnoll was very friendly with a lOfOlojBor of ex. ellenl If not niol ta ii UPi and It Is known that when bOf pi I line ileaa waa aearcliod, aunae.iuent lo her dloappearanca a little bundle Ol lei leii was found Hull .atlug that sue had carried on lor aun.e time a cUii.l.a mie correap on deOCS with a man who a in. w ubroutl. The dateotlvoa who were aniplujrod by tha family were Innuedia'rly tVOtlAad of till dlseovery, and the reconls of every outgoing steamer frojag the date of MlM Arnold'a vanlsn laaf were eaielully searched. Morsovir the win less was called Into service, and measugus were st nt to every steamahlp lo tqulppodt asking If Miss Arnold wu aboard and giving a description of bar. Clue Failed or Result. Not a a.nule result followed this elaborate network of Investigation, but at tin- same time the I'.nkertons were asked to IVatOh the man with whom Miss Arnold bad COTrOOpondOdt Througa their toralgn asonoloa thla was done. ..nil ihe Hurveill.tiiL'e was earned so far It la sail thst the man's mull was In tel . pted und examined, sun no raotilt. Finally lha man was apppoacbod by one ur me detectives who bad ueeunio t well acquMntod w.th bUkl while spying on lit m. and Ihe news of Miss Arnold's dtpanuie Iron home waa broken to la 1 1 aa. l'..e man. a. -ording in Tuo World s in- ' foiinaul. aVtn ad the utmost surprise sn l behaved In such a way that the de- . UMtlVO tbOOama convinced he knew Poll n ". "' 1 - rnotil a moveintnt i and had bad ti" ' onimunUatlou with her alnce last September. r0llad in IhlOt Uld somewhat dlssp polnlttl. if the truth were told, for the Arnold tanilly at tills singe would hive w el. nine. I the news thai Dorothy had Mniply eloped and got married, closer attention was paid to ths other men i loot thu girl was aciiualnted with. Hut all to no purpose. B. F. KRAFFERT DEAD. eiv Jfrari less III Ml I nnlltillat Found l.lfe 1 leiuens Hotel Itoolia. . nt 1.. I ,. i.i, 1 ss nerld.l IlKTIti ilT Jan. II Mvslere site. n.ar.,1. ,h I. lc ' -"" " - ' t. rrty one years old, 11 wea'hv letlred Iron cap.lu.llst of PlalnvtllSi N. J., who was ISAaSMj dead In nil room In a Mt. Clemens Hotel eVodaoaday night. The fact waa kept ae--ret in ti, to-day. Dr. g II Moiul'iue m Ml CtOMOM snnOlinnsd bias dsatlb us due to h.urt fa. nr.. en a id by pgM umonlu Mr. Krafieu went to Mr. uloinOna Saturday with a wianati wiui legist, rail as his Abater. Mrs J. C Kiur.il of An arv Park. on WlilllellBSJ Mrs. KSOhl lert for the Fast und shortly afterward Kraffert died, a tolsgrssn un to tho woman, who nHUfnod, with boy a'.tor. m y m. ii Crawford of t ils dty. Hi. i ii Ion I . sin le The will of lie hi: traveller and i I OH tne Surrogate's .HI Hi ee al I il, mill." BoyntOB, .i liar, u.er, was llleil In e lo-duy Ac.oid- Ing to the natoo&lponylng letItlon, the tatatu Is wort: ovor IIkuuu." u all goes to the wldexs. MURPHY SEES DIX ON SENATE FIGHT. TeUaimany LaAer Makes An-i oilier i.:l)ort t Win (iot eninr lo Sheeii.m's Cause NO CHOICt-: TO-DAY Attorney-General in Reply to Grady's Resolution Declares Daily Ballots Are Necessarv. 'H.Klal from Staff Cnrretpondent cf Tne K.r-ili a IVr.rW I A I.HAN Y, .Tan 27. -The Joint session auorum. T) e roll .-all showed thst there ,,niu . .t.. i iiiniiii.rn eassiai .,,. , . stt.ndanca to-morrow will he Tr.j even '"""r Attorny-Oenerl Tarmody sent an ' l'lr:" In response to the resolution of 1 u . . . . . . ... . ... Boral tot (Irady In whl-h lie holds ttiat I.' !h hnusee muat meet Jointly alx dAs a week during the session, or until a Senator la elected. This ruling will put Ihe burden upon the Insurgents, as no pOstfl from them are accepted. If tha deadloob is not hrnkrn by next week all but a corporal's guard of the Itepuhll caiis and roffular liemoi rats will h. paired and the Ins urgents will bo left to attend sessions ut aTbli 'i IhOfl la Bo quorum Conference With Dix. It war learned to-day that (low DIx hud a conference ate yesterday after noon w.th Charles I . Murphy A ehnrt llmt after he hud a conference also with I tVlltlaVDI Oharoh iiaUirn, Thomus M. a- home and Chnrlea H, Treman. tha thrje 1 offlolals who style themselves The Cah inei. it la unown that at lioth r infer eneea the subject or the I'nltcd Sistes Senatorslilp was dtOUUOOOtt Mil when aaked to-day otiout hla meeting with Murphy, Uov. IMx said: "We d.s -usae I other lUbJJOOta hejldes the Senat..rsli:;i." The Ckivernor said that lie had not heard of anyi suggestion yet that tha deadlock he arbitrated. Among Ins cnll-i,- to-day were National t'hslrmir. Nor man K. Mark and Nathan S'rauss. Maok Makes a Plea. Mr. Mark-was there as tlie emissary of Murphy and Hheehun to urge the Qae ernor to eome out In favor df the caucus omlnec Mr Strauss said that he mere ly called to pay his respects to the t'lov ernor, and that the only thing he knew about ihe candidacy of his brother, lsa dor sJtjausa, who Is frequently men tlonnl as a Henatorlal dark horse, was wh it he had seen In the newspapers. In ihe vot.ng ut the Joint session to day DsCaafP HOT flab was dropped from the roll of candldutee. liracr, who has been Kiting for bun, swllciiod to Kur n.in Sena. or White switched from t'ur tia N. Douglas to Seymour Van Simt i .ord, theiuby dropping liouglas from the roll. llemiteralle I iinnly I euarae Inpar porsilrd In Alliiany. A I. HAN Y, Ft, V., Jan. '.'T.-Artlclea of h 00 ration were nie.1 to-day by the Dornoeratlo LoasTua of the county of New fork "to footer, dlasomlnata und give alt oo t ti Demooratlc prlnolplata." Among the directing are: William Tem ple bomuMi who is the ohalrman of ino Bsocutlva ConursHtoo! Lsta Kohna, s. Htaudwood Menken, l-iedeil.'k H. Co.i dort. John K. O. Hyan. ltobert Orlor Monroe. Henry De Korest Kahiwin, Senator JjOhn llodfrt'y Suxo. Moutgom try Hare, Asseiiiblyinau Harold Ki led-man-All of. these are on record as oppoAing the selection of Bheehan for the United States Setiute. TAMPA ENTRIES. HACK TRACK, TAMi A. Kla., Jan. IT, 'Tha entries for to-morrow a ra oa are as follows: tilts! U.ai i. Balling. Iluoysarolda and u,- wunl, toe tnrliinlta. i.S'll M.ixlin, il, Saf I liet-ei, on. Uiutiisua, UK: llutsl v.ie. lit. Bla.f li.ii.'). lua, art, IkiuIu), n.'., La Saw, in, Mi... .ii U.. tin. Altili.i.n. I lo. .i.li ami PaMa. 111 ., IbS 11. ...bill!. IIJ. OltU lli'.t.l. III! II. Hi 1 1 I'OMl llM'll s,.hna. Unas year .lila anil di Ins furl, nan Ustsstoasn. M; est.n I Vi a i I'l II UI u'.i. "iii'HS, iih. -ni'ii- la-, i,a. -aiie... soag, lull. " llli an.. 107; JiiiuiiM wiao, losi ,.' lima. Illl. Dnualdo, 110. h.i W at. lies. 111 ii -etrtan, ti. i.'.i.ii.n i .iiie it: rililtli 11 M l: lellins; t nr Itai 'J.t and UD- warn; foe ..ml s half ftinuuga, lira. no. Ilai'la Waitsr, Its), illdwoislae It:'. Complete, im. Von laat, loll Taiil.ark. 104 llur Nuaast, 107 rmuTH IIAI i; I'urat; sbnul llu lurlnsfai Iwo-ycst all. CalsMiimiilan, 100: laora H Lnti tun, Ur. .Uuiittiin. IM. Cull) llnniett. 103; llatfem. 107, Eglsdlnt'. 107. .1,1a. Ipodl, 101 I XI Motbgti 107 1X1 Ionia Is.tanla. 107. ( at aftaa Maini i..n. Ho. Cat Nielsen, till iZI J..p llq etitry PIFTN gAC Raaillean; lsiesrsjar-eidf and ut. wail; ..ss sails and .1 ateentti. I.11114 Katr, in ';. tin Hst'ihal.a .1. ins, Ahee. 101 ani Itsniai l 117 sixth it m 1 1. i "s Uiisa-meobU an.1 111. Oardl 11js1.lt utir mils and lines fiirhiefl. S.in .'".. '.. , -.r... ii... neis 111 .i..v. tt, , , Cull 1(17; 1 an Caianasli. HS, Oct ,1.11a 110 I in irlert, im. nii in k. no. '1 ins t. a in f 1 1 im it aiMTsnte a sllowanes ila'mel. "TI ..s neaada amiT-entlre sllliwsiarff rlilllnel. WrattliT .'lt'iir. tia h faat. JACKSONVII I F FNTRIFS J M 'K-! IN' Vt 1,1 K. 27 The in.- r t merres'. rait, m.- a. l II. w. rTHMI It n 1 Pig-as j i rati oai tlnse fur 1 ugj lotifl HUl, 107; Man LeSiTohsaon, liai: I'a k 'la. Ion. il It nt e tin . .u. no . Ut in irnrlsa, m. n- riul in Hlsh iie.. Ill listen. Ill; Ilea HariH.'g.. ill. AeaAi tig . S. II , 1!'.' I'i .i..,. Oilay, 111 Usrt II. gilhsiik. It. Coorl Planer, tl , W.rlillik' I.S't. 1IR. Alto -laat 1 1 t "a't i "11 n. oselars, Fireh.lt. HEC(XU HM 1 ssTllM t ur ).i .I.I.. fire anl nas half 'i'l Dla Miaiani HiO. '.I II II. Mi,-oti. tin Ualltlua, KIT. Hu't 'e'. t A Mssll BSs, 7 Sisitel lli.h, I07 Manlieimer. I0U sirw.ket Illl Tin IIP gCg Puns; Ihree-raaraMsi ansn rndorsa De-rlialla, its. Tr i ws'iht, HIT; I- Puenar. H. r.mtv Tat H2 gfMts W-l III fart I teams- 111. SawlVII. IIS.; At, Irian. Its . I'm urn BACK Tie lask-aarltli Raadkanil 111 fro iiatiaafsad Ihrss-yeai I' aisi a..' n'tu i .i. sat! 1 Kssros, nt Tiis Niat-. M 1 II iVtl- Illl Uli re ltd Hal. II ll.li , Ii " 1" v -i t.. I., 111 llui P'sbsr, ItS I f Tl IIAI " r .;. ilitet-Tfaeoltl ...! ni I it fiirte.fa Ls'la'elte, rO; P-tsrs ss Hits,.' .1 ii.tt Heat wail mi. the Whits mi " . . 'I 7 Stl l", les, .,.,,,1 (s, T, . im nt it.. in. v tia SIXTH RCg Miles (. er-M-ar ..I.i. aod 0"i sou aad Ktstinta Oiasss n aatfHs. SO "', ii- IPS; I'rlts. I.lks, lfil U.tluiitti. 106. I! I Itr's.it 1 10; IVsatott, II'.'. lle't. te. ttirea i.nin la ".it.'i.Hr sjl'.visn.s .'.'tst-l, lits.Se ns ' ..t'nOS urasi wsatsstr isaar. ass t raas. THEN SENDS MACK HOW THE TREATY WITH CANADA IN RELATION TO FOODSTUFFS WILL AFFECT OUR KITCHEN This table lllaatrateo tba tariff now paid by tha people of tbe United tatea on table supplies Imported from Canada and how tbesa auppllee fare maer tne reatyroclty treaty i I'resent I'mpiaed Rate. Rats PMltTfi (load Cr. n pound Krno Poultry, alive Sc. n pound Free PolatOPJ 25c. a barrel Free Hwcot potatoes 25c. a barrel Free (.'abbiiKoo 2c. each Freo Onlona 40c. a buihel Frea Tomutooo 25 per cent. Free Froth aploa 25c. a buehel Free Peachea 25c. a buahel Free Dried apples 2c. a pound Free Mutter 6c. a pound Fre l'KK 8c. a doien Free Cod, haddock, liny; and pollock, fresh. Halted, amoked c. a pound Free Halibut, freah lc. a pound Free Mackerel, freoh or pickled lc. a pound Free Freah meat ic. a pound i.e. a pound Bacon and hnma 4c. a pound l4c a pound Beef, pork, salted, dried or amoked. ... 25 cr nd valorem Free POLICEMAN ARRESTED ON EXTORTION CHARGE. Mevsrs, of HamhurK Avenue Sta tion, Accused (if Forcing Bribe from PedJIer. Polleeman William Meyer of the Hamburg avenue atstlon. flrooklyn, was arrested this nfternoon on a w' rant issued by Chief Magistrate Kemp ner chanting him with exlortlnir bribes. He was arralkneil 111 the Man hattan Avenue Court and paroled for further examination Monday. Nathan Steimler of No. 142 Essex street. Manhuttau, who has a licensed peddlers' stand at No. "HI Hi midway, llrooklyn, complained to Magistrate Kcmpner yesterday that Meyers had been persecuting him on the pretense that his stand projected too far over the sidewalk He said that Meyers on several occasions before arresting him would say: "MOW you can't do busi ness here unless you see me. What are you going lo do for me?" From Alter Slegnl, a elerk for Stanx ler. It waa cha -ged Meyers had taken fur sets and collarettes on three dif ferent oeeaalona. WANTS BIG DAMAGES FROM SPANIEL CLUB. Rosalie Stewart Says Publication Made by Beard Cost Her Positron. Suit for tSO.ftOO damages has heen lirought tn the Supreme Court by Rosa lie .Stewart against the Kxecutive Hoard of the Toy Spaniel Club of America IsrcAuse, ahe claims, she was held up lo rldp'iile And scorn by certain publl latlons made by the hoard. These were to the effect that she tied been expelled from the ctuh. As a result, .he said the Kennel Club of A, MOT! 00 lUepOstdOd her, she lost her Job as editor of u fancy dog publication, and become 111 from worry. The defendants are Jeanne C. Irwin Martin, PhObO Etta Anstey, Noah I. Oder rnrlntt, May Henderson, Emilia M. Clnrk and Ella J. Dolg. MARRIAGE BARS TEACHER. Appellnte Toart Derides Mrs. sior nlau laaellatlble, Uesplte l leni.e. Marriage has hnndlcapped the ambi tions of Mrs. Kngrey F Norman, for iwenly-three years a teacher In the public schools of this city. Her efforts to comiat'l tlie Hoard of Kducatlon to appoint l.er aaslstant principal, for which jaisitlon she claims sne was fronted a license In WO.., failed to-day The Appellate Division of the Su preine Court upheld the contention ol the board that because ahe la married Mrs. Norman is ineligible. JACKSONVILLE RESULTS. rilt-ST HACK Hreedcrs' purse, three-year-olds and up; six and one-half fur longs Hazel Thorpe, 109 fButWOll) 7 to l, a to l and 3 to n. flrot Lydta Itee, m. (Hoss) sj to I, Ifi to 1 and 7 to 1, ae-ond. Anna. 109. Klouldi 3D to 1, 12 to 1 and 6 lo 1, third. Time, 1 21 2-5 Flarney. Kventide, Jane rlwlft, Joe Hose, IJu. en I.eatt, Wiinlspun, K.ieanette and Klosh lug also ran and Mulshed aa named. S13COXI) HAIt'K -dstlllngi three-year-olds and tii. alx furlongs I let roll, 107 (Hut wolli, 7 to !, 7 to 10 antt 1 tot 3. first tunl Knte. lfil IBohnttlnaTer), 10 to I, 4 I and 1 to fi, second; Ortson, l'i2 osel, H to 1, 3 tn 1 nnd x to L third ui Time 1.1 4-5. Kenmore Quet.n, Henry CroaocaddlOi Ruby Knight. Oratar and 1 if 1 rle also ran. TAMPA RESULTS. PI It ST HACK -tU0, for four-year-ohl and up. six furlong; selling ---Harding, 111 (Davonport)i 1 to I, '.' to 1 snd ev'en, wiui; Rogarda, 114; (Jonron), 4 to 1. 8 to f. and '! lo .r. He.'.itid. Ininly ltancer, lli Haiti, s to 5. I to 2 and 1 to 4. third Time 1 to, Claiborne, Ruotom, bttaa Cardigan, bUOky Mate and Otto Shelfal .. 1 rH"' SECOND RACK. 1160 for foiir-yeuir- olds and up; six furlongs, selling Ring er. 114, lining) 7 to 1. 2 1-:' to 1 and 1 'to Argi, Mcrlae. 112. iF Js lison) '1-J to 1. even and 3 to I, second llert ! inont, 111. (Jongon) f to 1, i; to a and a to ... third Time, 1 VI. Firmament. Topsy Ratrlnsoni tfnolo Walter, Kitty I' i i r. Don Hamilton. Halting, In spired also ran. Is grown in Ceylon, the rt'A world's best loo garden. v " Salada" aalos oro over 23,000,000 paokagra yearly, ) the largest in Amcrioa Trial pjolaoga 10c. 0 e MRS. SCHENK HOPES TO MAKE PEACE Awaiting; Release on Rail She Plans Reunion of Family and a Happy Future. WHRHMNO. W. Va Jan. 17-Mrs. Ijaura Schenk, who waa virtually ac quitted late yesterday of the charge of poisoning her husband, John O. Schenk, the millionaire packer, probably will be released on hall to-morrow Mr. Schenk takes a hopeful view of her future. "I rerelved the keys to my house on t.he Island lhl iumIss m , . - I this morning," she said to- ,,p,, nnv aani i'j- day In her cell In the tower, "and the next thing for me to do Is to go home I and get things In order. After t at the I other matters will follow. In spite of all that has been aatd aliout divorce, I ! expect John, the children and myaelf aflll be together again.'' "I have never considered bernmlng reconciled. All thore reports ar ab aolutoly false." Mr. Schenk said to-day. The story of the nght behind the door of the Jury room during the ten hours' actual deliberation was told to-day by Isaac Heyman. the one Juror who all day yesterday I to id out for conviction against the elevin clamoring for ac quittal. "Thla Is my nrst Jury experience, and I hope it's my last," Ileyrmin said to day. He was pnle and his eyes were bloodshot. The effect of the vigil showed, too. In hla nervously wurklni; nanns. iieyman rormerly was travelling j -alesman for u pi ovls.on ompmy in . Ihlsj city. "They're saying around town that I I was Influenced by money," he said ' hoarsely. "That Isn't fair. It isn't right. Why, I've lived here forty years. It Isn't fair. f irst we voted to 3 to free her. one fellow was too weakkneod to aay what he thought. The second ballot was 9 to 3. It Stood that way all night Wednesday night. Thursday morning t ie ballot w as 11 to 1. I was the one. "It was awful. They did everything to get me to coma around. They ar gued. They ewore at me. Finally I begged them to throw me out. 'Kick me out, tor Clod's sake, boys,' I told theon They didn't do It. I wish they, had. They rave a doubt to everything." Efforts will be inadu to havo tha trial called next month. Charles II. I. ally Stricken. FORT M0NH0K, Va.. Jan. 27 Charlei M. Dally of New York Crty died In A hotel here to-.tav ..f tmsrt WUBAND dstOSVSO, Mr. Dally had an International perlal Reference, hut they do not wish reputation aa a specialist In crdnance, to antagonise the Canadian government ammunition and gunnerv. He was cm- by crtttcUsm. They would have been pllmented W' the Hrltlsh Parllanunt for better suited If the agreement had bee.i services ro.n l. red In the Boor war. and postpones! until after the Imperial Con had been decorated by the C.ar of ference In May, from which they antlcl Russla for has part In the Hus.-o-Jap- pate conslderahle dt for their tariff unese war. reform mitt. I SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY. THE 27TH l.l VI I I HI..IM l I I s. A new offerles ('hnlt-St plump, euslietl Arablsn dstes rnlletl In the mual ilrllelims I 1,-ui Ii Itiodaat i reani und dipped tn f ry si al susar Slaj e poTmd box 10c SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ( him in a 1 1 HOLAUn l'l..NTA TIONS. Old atle, rtiiier-ketlle New Orleans nmlassea bnlletl and pulled un til .ii.ii. mil naay wllen , briti'l. then nil. m il In our telebralrd lioet.lale. rot mi mix 15c 111(111 ORAIK ANHOHI'Kia ( IKM'O. I.ATKS. Hy liloli araale la meant llat'tir thai assures absolute purity, rholee se- letiloa and aarltly and ollraetlte iiorkinaiislilp. -ii 1 1 l . ins tlie easetlns piiri'hssrr wtio looks tor a (Mie. talur. fill Mi BOX 25c I'ark Ham and I. HI. mil Nlorra open every ,enlll iitllll I I orloek. All uiir siorra open Mstunlau eienliui unlit 1 1 n'rluek. l)ti you know we nre now re ;iivln freMi itrawberrlsi tli reel from Florida, which we are dipping in ae.im and inrasin.1; in our Matchless Milk ChOCOUU at 60c. per pound box? CANADIAN TARIFF MAY FORCE EXTRA So Many Interests Involved in Reciprocity Agreement Lead ers Fear Blockade. WASHINGTON, Jan. 27 -The wide spread effect of the reciprocity agree ment with Canada more or less bewil dered niemliers of COtlgTOOl to-day, and the tariff experts begun Immediate study of Us details to determine the effect upon the vA.rsniis factors nillcfl Cimgress takes Into etmsideraUon whenever a tariff change Is pniKisetl. As A sit Im ii Inn t for donate tbe agree ment will be second only to a full-Hedged tArlff hill, so f ir as the Congressmen frtm New Knglond and the NOfthWOOt ern States are concerned. It iv.-ut de clared to-tlay that there would be ao much orattiry, that the effort lo gain the Immediate ajmroval of the agreement mlglrt resyh In blockading legislation In euch a manner as to for e an extra aea slon, and au-h matters pending as the i movement for OOhadulO' by-OOllOdUlO tur ft revision, ship subsidy, reapportionment land ninny others In Addition to the ap propriation measures, the Ion. bus were 00 IlOld Of Obly worried to-day over the prospect of a blockade. Now With Committees. In the Senote the treaty wos referred first to the Committee on Koielgn Af fairs. Then It was llQIaaafOTHIll to the 1", ii. nice Committee. To-day It was urged by many that It should go hack to foreign affuars. In the House It paOOOd Into the hands of the Ways and M.-ane Committee, where tariff bills are made. Representative Tawney (Hep 1 of Min nesota tt.-tlay t xpresecd doutit that the rocdppoeltsi aoTrootraotrt would bo ratified at tills session of congress. He suld tint opposition would come from the humeri of tin- Nortnwest .is a result of t ie free grain prsrvlston. rtOia OOOIItOttl'OI Houtell fllop.i of 1111 noM and Campbell (Rasp.) 't Kansas both expressed the opinion that the I agreement would provide a "test of the I OOnOiOtOQCy of Middle West udvocatos of free trade." Barley Growers Will Object. The p isslhlllty of cipps'Sltlon or the part of barley srrowers and fruit grow era of the Fa Me Coast was suggested Representative Hayes. Republican. of CeYUfOMllg When Senator Murray Crane. Repub lican, of Maaaachusetts. waa asked 'about the attitude of the llshlng industry I of his State, he evaded a reply hv I snylnK. "I tin not know the extent nf the fish ing Industry In Massachusetts." Represcnatlve F.srh. Republican, of W isconsin, nld that there would be a strong kick by the barley growers o Wisconsin, but he would not say whether tr.-ls would be an fit lent to mu';e him oppose the agreement. He sa. 1 that the gains to the poopio of Wiscon sin were great, and that he would have to consider It further. Representative Qlllott Republican, of Ma-u husetts. said that he would sup port the agreement In every provision. Senator Rrown. Republican, of Ne braska, at a conference with Ire-il lent Taft t O-day approved the atrreement. Representative Idvlnaston. Democrat, or South Carolina, said that he consld eied that It had a fair chance of beln ratltied at ti ls session Toronto, out , Jan. 27. Editorials In to-day's Toronto papns show u wide divergence of opinion as to the Canadian-American reciprocity agreement. The Conservative (Opposition) Journals maintain that, If enacted, the agreement will be a deathblow to a Brltlah-Canda-dlan preferential tariff arrajigwment. while the Liberal tCiovernmentl organs nfl'.rm that the goods which form the great bulk of Oreat Mrltaln'a export trade to Cam ta re not affected by the I ne'.v schedules. 1 LONDON. Jsn. 27 The afternoon I papers are silent on the lobjeet of the American-Canadian reciprocity agree ment, apparently waiting to hear from the political leaders. The tariff refonn 011 are Inclined to look askan -e at the asret metit, as poMMbly harmful to 1m- (Trade Mark.) SPECIAL fOR SATURDAY. IHE 28TH. ( IKM Ol All-, M t (AHAM IIP. K4wlly UOr. value, rich imlli vara ineU rsintalnlng fl morsrU of ...(. !( ii ul-. of dllTerenl II a la in tin M J W POI N D MS III I M I- MMH MAI'I.O (ItriAMIIl I'll CAN1. Here ar haie tlalnly anil altriii -llve little iautl.1 sanduli-lies a rleh fon tlalll nam liruill) llaioletl ullli maple Illl llUllllf 19c in both sldra of lililtli urr halt perans, ineiiti and wholesome . . TIM mi mix Mil Iv (HOC. AHSt'll I III. Ml I Kills All His doroealle aod foreign frulla In season, and some nut of season, rul up In delirious, Julrr morsels, eaeh plere dipped 111 ili h aiaamr t ream and lluall.i mated tlllrkly "lib illtM'olate made uf pure, dairy registered nillk AA. anil i rram Mroimed In m.il.l- tMI1 ure iinsul paper POI NO HOX tfV4. 54 r BARCLAY ST 29 CORTLAMOT ST Car t ..-.', St PARK ROW L NASSAU J 147 NASSAU c-r Sal SsahmsnTapruasOts.' '1 he sperlSed wslshi In such Inslanca tncludas llie cunlaluar. CONGRESS SESSION try? LITERARY WORLD PAYS TRIBUTE AT PHILLIPSTIINERAL Writers and Publishers Gather in Great Throng Which More Than Fills Church. Funeral services according to tho ritual of the Kp4s opnl Church were I read over the body of David lirah.iin 1'hilllps, the murdered author, this afternoon at St. fleorge's Church In ' fttuyvesant Square. The greit church was tilled to overflowing. Writers, edi tors nnd publishers, srtlsts and public j men from all over the country gath er. I for a convincing demonstration of j the affection In which Mr. Phillips was hold. A thousand or more men and i women stood In the Square during the leer Vices. There waa not room for them , Inside. i The chancel and the aisles were homily guarded wlt.h green trailing vines ami tanked with palms. Too -1 m 1 pie cofllii was covered with a full thick 1 pall 1 f purple rlOIOtO. Alx.nt It was banks I u monument of inn nor, il Mow crs MM by individuate, societies and rtrms with which Mr. I'hl'.llps had re unions. Rector Reads Service. The servn'e was read hy the Rev. Dr Rlrkhend, the rector of the, church. which was particularly the w .chipping pluce of the very rich men whose strength and weakness Mr. Phillips made the argument ami backbone of I some of his keenest analyses of mini I ern life. The Rev. lieorge C. Norton and the Rev. J. F. Scott assisted. The , responses were recited by the VOOtOd choir. ! The pall hearers were Robert W. Chamlaers, the novelist; (leorgo Horace I Iorlmer, editor of the Saturday Bvon ' Ing Post, Arthur w. Little, publish ST of Pearson's; J. II. ;teai :. edit r ai d writer: Senator . aert J. BoVStidgS, otto Cnrmlchael. John o llara Cosgrave. editor of Uvcryhod s. F. C Penflehl, the srtlst; Alfred .ittiry Itewts and Samuel U. Rlythe, writers. Newapaper Men Attend. There were delegations from the In diana Society, from the edltoria. I taft of tihe The World, from the Amen Coi ner, from the Sun Alumni Aoooctatlon, from the staffs of every newapaper Ol this ejaty and nearly every puhlh-thlng house ill New York, Philadelphia and Hoe. on. After the services the body was car ried to the receiving vaults of the Mar ble Cemetery at Second avenue and Se -i.nd street, where It will romaln until Mr. Phllltha'a sister, with whom he lived, Mrs. Carolyn Frevert. and his brotnor, Harrison Phillips, determine on a place Of burial. FLUSHING MILLIONAIRE WANDERS TO BROCTON. Relathres, Notified by Police of Mas sachusetts Town, Send tor W. H. Liwbank. Fredt-rirk N. Van N)rr.inl. a iiwyer f Flushing. L I.. reeivtl a MBKrani from tho chief of police of Hrockton, MaM to-day t piling him thai W lUtAID Hi Evvhank, an ascd milt 1 ma Ire of Flu .hing, hM4 l-e n founl w anderlng alrnl!y About th1 itTMtli Mi. V.m Ni-straml Ins gone o Brockton t UrlnK tlia i 11 man home. Mr. Kw -ank is eighty years Old. Me l th hlsTtfrM property n;ier in Flushing. He nver man led an.1 liven ftlOQfl With hlri Mister. Mlns BllMbtttl Ewbtnk, at No. I'M Washington Btrpet. TdaMcfday tha old man wt out for BoatOtla Ht sa d he was going there to attend to some hust. nem aTfairi. The next heard of him was the teljg;am from Br00kt0A Scrofula Tho wonderful euratlv po tru nf Ilnod't Harfjaparllla r rleriv shown hy thin tentlmonlal : "We hail our .laughter varclnatai. Rf fore her arm heaW-rt shb br(an In hav Rfl tyati Honn aht tvaa hllnd In one eye nnd could aee very llltle with tha other. ri t! octora aald ahe would be totH 1 !y blind She could not at nnd the ilht. We the i itave her lluod'a lartapa'lllai When ahe had tuken tight butt lea ahe could at and the light, und now ahe ran do the tine it needlework." Mn, Jennie Ueardsley. 1-iltnlra, IS. V. i. at It n-day In nana! liquid form or chocoUted talueta eallttf -Sarraatuba. DIED. FKOHI.I-.--nn Wednuaday night. Jan 25, soil. BLISAB9TH fuoiilicii. be loved wile uf A- Ki ohllch. realdenca Nu. UhO I Ulth avenue, comer Usih at raw , Brooblya. n. y. Funeral atrVleai Saturday morning at 10 A. M., frum tht- t'hurch of our Lad uaudaiupe. T4ii. itraai iti I illl avaaaa ltiterrnvnt Calvary. NKASSKV n Jan. 2B, 1011, at Louie vlUe, Ky.. IlfciX JOHN J. NKAKHKY, na tive of Leoughglyn, County ROKOaunODi Ireland. Funeral from tha residence of ha brother, 2lfl Ht ond atret't, Ufttoi Ill l, S, J.. Saturday. Jan. 2b. Thence to 81, Auguvtlnt'a Church. Morgan itreel' and Nrw York avenue, at lu A. M., where a eclemn high maaa of racjtt0ia will be offered for the rep-im, tiS toul. Interment lln Nime Cemetery. Rein tlvee and fiienda Invited, l'lease omit flo were. HMHH I i On Jan. 2(1. OENKV1KVK N BUiH AM KTKDKIaL. beloved wife o! 1'arla J. Rlddell. In the forty-fuurth year nf her age. Funeral from her late reildftice. KOi AOu Weit tilth ft., on Saturday. Jan. , at II A. lil Interment A'iHi.lan, VAN TKl.T. On Jan. -B. ANN 1,1-IZA, daughter of the late David a. and Caro line Oilman. i'uneral eervlre from the -'hanftl of the fanhen Merrltt Hurlal Co.i Ith uve, and 0th tu ntght (Friday, at h 00lO0k, MlUnilll "nd California papeu OiOtte copy .i Kitrn t 1 1 it r u e rer It. Adrertlaementtt fur The World ma) he left at ant n r . . "latri.l lUlAoier Ofdoe u. Ui city antll I P. II. HAIR REMOVERS ARE DANGEROUS Physicians Say: "Don't Use Poisonous Depilatories." The extravagant rlatm recently nia.ii' by tins, i tipulous tininiifaciurers I of hair rtnovtra In ot nsatl.inal ail vertisetiientg unqui itlODtbly Juatlf 1 physlflMl in etutlonloi tin' pnbll tgalntt the ns" ot thla clasi of dapili totifg. How many poopla hava her. entlred Into iihIiik Uk.'ji' dangerous prapAratlona, i h cooaequeni t njur to thamaalvaa, iimnot be is.ltiiaten but only ftMasMtl at. The prtptratlonl alnve rcf-rrei ' are Invarlalily In tin- rorm of t rranr liastia. whlrh art' to he spread iipo ttin skin to ratnalD until Uttoy dry These lontaln Bulphlde of Bartun an Inaolubla chatnleat, srhlcb aMaot he dissolved: therefore cannot be al sorbod by the s.in. Tlie very far that yOU arc tola to leave these paaty COmpoillrdl on the skin until they dry and eake and then lift oil with a knir. ts proof fiOaitiTa tha: they are not ab sorbtil. If thay are. why do they atlll remain on the akin? Tba moat they can possibly do Is to remova the sur face hair, whlih in conaaquaoca will raappaar atrongar and tblckar after .a. h rennival. Tlterc is only one logical and scien tific way to remove hair, nnd that Is by Hiatal of a liquid containing solu ble Ingredients which can be absorbed by the akin. Da Mlrat la, known all the World over as tin- only real super fluous hair remover, Is just such a preparation. It Is easily and quickly absorbs! an 1 nfter you have used It you will note there Ih nothing left on the skin. It leaves :he skin free from , Irritation! and what is more to tbe ; point,' It Is absolutely min-iol8onouo: i theriifore. It will nut produce eczema or blood poisoning Remember, no ; matter what claims are made to the I con mry, no polaonotta, pasty com- pound or ao-called "liquid cure" ever j did 01 ever will kill a single hair root. . and w a enn prove It. I'i a are of the fake free advert laers ; and others who by wording their ad vertisements, try to give the Impree I slon that newspapers and other repu table publication endorse their ! worthless prpara:lons. Ilon't be de- COsVaa by them. He .Miracle Is the only preparation which Is so en dorsed He Minn ie a nold at all good tore--.. Including Heitettian at Co., 800 Broadway, and Brunches; Frederic'-; I.neser & Co , Itroolilyn. No boneat doalar win offer you a nbatlttKa on which he makes more profit. We will send you a 53-page bookie! containing full Information concern ing this remarkable treatment, as wel as estimonlals of prominent physi i dans, surgeons, deriuuologlsts. raedl cal Journals and the principal magi 7lr.es and newspa.' rs. You shoal read this bookie: before you try an thing. Write to tlie lit Mlra. le Chen leal Co., Dept. I 21, 1908 Park Av New York, simply saying you wat. this booklet, and il will be nulla scaled, at unce. A Musical Educator The I'lnycr-l'i.ino lias a double purpose; it not only anmsea anil rntertains, but is the be.i way to obtain a thorough knowledge of music in general and the works of the greatest masters. Those learning the piano will Bad it a souree of inspiration to renewed effort, and it is not a hindrance to hand playing, for it shows the student the corrext interpretation of the more difli t ult works. PEASE player pi Atfoj win be loutul easy to play and simple in construction; it ia a harmonious combination of a good piano and a natural player. Our l7 years of experieme and repu tatlon is behind it. New Player-Pianos $5,50 ami up; used players at reduced prices; easy terms of payment and no charge for music roll ex hauge full value allowed for old instru mcnts. Write for Plaver booklet. PEASE PIANO CO., 128 W . 42 it. , nr. ttoa i way , N. f bicoklyn Branrhi ear. drancbi 34 Flalbuah Avs. in v w St. LAST CHANtt;0F WEEK 0M KemimDrr II MVI.it Hdp n, iia .-In. . . ,,i l II,. Isl.,. llllll llnr'.l IIIHtlTlsIs', Sllll IKlllsllrll III.. 11,11. i raasoa . i-n,.. llrK. tul iik a i , SI IF COVERS To Order Imu u l i il ,jv ss. 'ioi'mri WlC Shrunk OCTUd Uliidlng will i ail Willi full Una nt sauiiilr. AaaaTLB for anil ... ... , trw slthls M mil-, "" Watt I4TM ict -i i'iioi.sri.iu.o en . SB -"' "r. II' Or I, inn. snS ss.. Mm n asa8aa-a