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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911.
4 WINTER RESIGNS AS A DIRECTOR OF BIT. LINES Preliminary step to Quitting Post of Present of the Company. HELD IT EIGHT VI RS. Declares He Had Some "Joy ous Scraps" and Road in "Good Repute." I're.Ment f-MwIn M Wln'rr of Ihe nrooljvn Hnpld TranMt Mil IIHmi hi retiremrnt from the llourl nf Plrrrlim nt ihr annual mllu "f thai body hi'M 'n-dny In 111'- rompntiy'e aMOU In Mun- lltM M t. Ilr.mklyn T'ii nnniin- nient Sfauadei liN rr.lnuti'n a pie.l ent. In :n!-humrr"ii. If W MflttSU maumrnt tuaunl to-day by Mr. Winter he tella 'f "'me Jrcyoua aorap li" wouldn't lik.' t" have nm...! ' In hla elirht yearn of rninimhen. y, uhl.-h he cell! "nerv.-wearlns .truinli." and alien an KventnK Worl.l reportH nekivl him what are hla piana, lie u liltnairally rt'Pl.ed, after a rnomrnt tliouirrit: "Oh. 1 think, for a while. 1 Tfl onin .nine with my smil." May Remain Here. "Will you remain here?" lie waa u. k ej . He live In Mnnhattan, JUlOMOi El dire te.1 the II It. T. for elirht veir. "Well, I deei'l tMnx UtltVl an lnar to entnpel all tfl BBOVfl nwny," he reHktd. OM rumor la that, foreaeelnir the en trance nf auliwaya Into Hrooklyn and know!n that the II It. T.'h partl Ina llon whet her It build niiIivhivk or haa l flllit a rlvnl-Hill iniike the pre;. di "a poaltloii urn Im.uk hut an enay herth, he hoe th!e time in opportune to retire, allhnujjh It la aald hla nullity is been fSu.om a year, K'dlowlnk- 1 Mi. Winter statement! "When I eame Into the Brooklyn H.ipid Transit nnrnpany in January. liacl. It waa with tha under-t.m. Unit that 1 IhOUid remain only Iuiik en.niKh to put Into eileet gome re orn.iiib.l-n; work ; of Bltllcb the system al"od in head, That, it wua thuUKlit. might Uke tlx months or a ear ut moat, but In the eight yean iv'ii-n Imve elnpwe,' .In'-r then i i ere haa been no convenient getting off . ,il i e until n jw. "The companjJ ..utlrmk at the cine.' i UM was not over t-n-"kir.ging, With 1 t'i nil .rtii of lata than Kti.noo ruaplui r :n the last Oeaal liar1 1 operation. .no property larking, an It teeemed, al-I noat every needful thins, Including rtdit, and ctargerlnB under a torreit I public ' ondi nin.iti n, IpOkeSjt wrllten, arlnied ui-h a I had never aeen ; urned against a der.nu.ient corporation . fwrc, an l 1 waa not i.ew to COfpOfatfl work, Kieka Heard Everywhere. I1 i prlon eould be heard at :ll llmat and every w her.- in llrouklyn They wer, euiiimiinlrated tu the dail-, , : !-, e :n bodied In resolutions at ub lll galherlnga and mnda the bardafl or 11. ial proelajnatlona from the Ilor.nigli 1 1 ill. It w asn't pleasiint, but Ihe mill ' Mm uglnena of the thing had a pn-ullar - Intaraat of it own and In looking baek I recall aome Joyous aorupa 1 woiildn t Ilk- tu have mlsjed. Nevertheleia, ti aa a net ve-weai Ing lrua;le, nm' It I neometl a long time before the turn .-Bine, but gradually n one way end a-iolher we got on. higher ground. aleuntiuie publb aentlnient haa vla- Ihly changed: mere abue ua anrh ha loat popularity; the relation! of the borough, city and Stale department are amicable and hllllneae Ilka, a word of aoamca4a4ton may kappen in print wthout datrtmant to etreuVatloa; abu-ive leitera have given way io falr-niuid' d and often helpful criticism or augge Moni.; I van the thai-eholdi-ra look , pleaaanter and arhoafl alx month have run Into elgh. yean wltg eltht fulrly buay ynu h of mixed experleiicei -um taking my hat off the peg and, not without regreta, bidding all hamll un "ttlclal good-ilay New Directors Chosen At the election of director! the fol'ow- llig were . ho.ci: i-'or three yaara, TIMethy I. WtllUuna, Colgate lloyt, XI 'h'.'ne I Baa d in, I i ', II Meiieely; for two ytara. Oaai'gl W. luvlxon. Meaar lloyt, llri.lv and liaviHon are the new .1 ri 'tore, an eed ing luvid II Valentine, daeaaucd; '-i-wm w. winter, raslgaad, and N arm an It. Ill am, wlioae In in .-xp.rca. HE HAD A "bULLY TIME. ( ici-k win. itobii..)! Baaiyaf Phoaaa Ofllaa Frederick l.are:i e of No. TM Ka.' 'ne Hundre.1 and Flfty-atlU) atreet. whi j i BOPloyad by t: Atlantic and I'adllc I Tet. Oamptny up : . .1 in. U a.- a ! ;ivery nan. On in it date Manager John IharU j .laa g i e hl:u cOjSda un a bleb he nail I i antet tu in i -' " - ah. Karnini i rd f. jni hltn until yeaterday a' a . ion, arbaa he called up o.i liic tele. I ukaae. "Haw d'ye do, r tbarldaaT" he in- luired cheerily. "Who you'' came the Inevitable raaaapee. "ioti't you racognlxe my voice? I'm Kred. lleen away and had u bully time. IVaaM i'ke io oofna bail, to work pow, Anything doing?" Vert.inily," aal.l the manager. ""Come mound in the in nning." W l.en Uawrenca appeared to-day he it met by Detective Thor-eon He waa arraigned la the Harlem Court on a charge of grand larceny in Die MOOtld It (TOO, Aariiill man Phillips III, nOCHKITKR, N. Y., Jan. I'T.-A pe al fr.im Uollvar aaya A'-mblynian j .liieae H. 1'hlJllpa la ill wfth imeumonla Hi iiis UKiine in Armover, ana pmlietly 'ill not be able to rutui'u tu AJbUD)' for aome time. lie la a KepuUDwa THE LAND OF MAKE-BELIEVE No. 2 "THE WARRIOR," By Eleanor Schorer ri " saaaaE FOR DRESSES WIFE Tliomaa A. Xe .n. Wall ttfaai I inker, tonlay loat -hla appeal to I be Appellate Drvlaion of aba BixpronM Court from a jii 'gment ol.tutiied aa.n.: Mini y Jan. and MftWy Wllimi, ilreainaker :.i the f lobl "iiih'.e In OllttUll) f-ir I7.l; for wearing apparel .-ui.l other article fur. 1 1 - ' ... 1 y - . i ninirn iiiiot niw KlllIHl-U III 1 1 I V I Un V incidentally It developed that a gown unmL Muo i mi BOUGHT IN DUBLIN 1 1 n!r 'led to M wife. Incidentally II developed that a gown Mr. No-.ii. w.re ut ihe viceregal ball In Inildln on one DOCafl on while abroad figured In the diaputad bill. Mr Nevln while In Iniblln lived at the MialbOUMO Kotet, kept a tnot-ir car and attended the ballg and other func t on at Im din Caatk JkMM Of the ar'l.-le f urnl'l--. to Ml. Neltl' were a JHile l-lile e.:i;l'g dr.ne. pkab kiw night draat. pink aiik koto beta, cream nilk nlalit ilier. pink "ilk p t coate. er 'iiiie b.-vt. pink hat puiulae. bUtdll Fox l"a, oriental motor velle, vnrl o.la iiored Filk bloilea, ret pir-gled ,li .. Nlman lre.a, black and w'Mte tee gown. Id ick n. t eviMti't gow n. I'rench pnine dreae, prune hat, PretMtl wine -doreil ill.-, blue velet COOtUtne, bagok cMffon dreie. flowered bull drea. l-'r :i.-ti atirlinp colored .lree and Tue e.irn dreaa. Mevine in a beautiful homo at You Who Get Hungry Between Meals Don't deny yourself food till meal time. When that midmorning proaches, satisfy it with Uneeda Biscuit. These biscuit are little nuggets of nutrition. Each crisp soda cracker contains energy for thirty minutes more work. Many business men eat the morning, bo do school recess. They're more nutritive bread. You can eat them dry or with milk. Uneeda Biscuit1 are always crisp anuuelilitlul. . OaaaaV - aaaaTaaal . X 9 OrODgO, N .!.. and he and hi wife have irnt much time atxfoad elnce their arriuge. FAILS FOR $200,000. I BMOa Jobber Will, ani.iMMi tane-ta yoeood la ta Bavaatwptoy, An Involuntary patltkM In bankruptcy waa llled tc-day In the DoitOd St.itra t'lr'rlct OottTt ggainaV Kaaacl Simon, a Jobber In cotton gnoda, at No. fi Ua pangrd atreei, under tne IMkUM of Simon I A 'o., by three -odiiora with clalma Igrag icing ti.i ml The a-ots flflnalai ol otooli and ao 'count and are atld to be worth $40 otm. Mlntii ii. in addition, i aald to hold at.vk I In i tnim .-r of -rporatlon and to poa I aeH real eatate. I li. HattUtttOfl are aiid to amount to t2l)ll,iKi. T. TUlOflton Well haji been ap- pOkatad ri' elver with a liond of ISJ.IKIO. hunger ap them at ten in children at than In the moisture-proof NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY GAY DOINGS TOLD OF SPANISH KING PREYOFGOSSIPS Madrid Gets Stories of His Paris Visits and Neglect of Queen Few Believe Them. .MADRID. Jan. 27. Chronlclera of l-ai-k atalra goaaip of the roynl pnlare are aeeklng to make nut that Kin Alfonao haa Joined the rank of 1,0 tharlo royaltlea and la neglecting hla Queen and their fat balnea. If one were to believe all that Is being ab! about the aport-lovlng young monarch Charles II. of Kngland was a trapple monk by comparison. That there la plenty of red hlood. In Alfonao'e velna all Kurope knows. That he and his cpieen differ aa to the i affordeit by bull fights Is comr knowledge. That he delights to burn up tha roads in his racing automobile-, that he Is passionately fond of polo and other outdoor sports haa been 'cabled all over the world, hut that !.i mind haa suddenly taken on the taint that made vl'doua fiends out of a long line of Itoman emperors Is eOOOtad by even the King's bitterest enemies. Talk of Revolutionists. The latest goip bag sougit Io connect the name of Alfonso with the notorious I Qaty des Lya. bewltcher of the deposed I young rinu or f-ortugai, .Monna Dnlga. j a fam 'lis Parisian beauty and Orlette U'orgere, the lateet glittering moth of the l'arls music halls. It Is state.1 In dlpomatlc circles that this sort of tnik I being brewed by the revolutionists, some of whom go so far as to say that Queen Victoria has de cided to return to her home In Kngland j nnd bring up the l'rln-e of the Astunas 1 on beefteak and ale. Speculation of that ort I absurd In the extreme. Kven were Kngland and Spain In a state of war such a niovo would not be allowed by either govern ment. At preaent the relatlona between Spain and Ureal Hrltan are most I rnrdlal, so that the harboring of the Queen of Spain after a disagreement with her royal husband would be a gros . breach of International etiquette. Other queens have tried the abaent treatment on their kingly consorts, bu; they have alwaya chosen the aecluslon of aome two-penny duchy or margravate , In the mldat of the Oerman or Austrian empires. Woven Into 9eandal. In the present state of onfall In Spain. following t ii- do not em en l m Portugal that swept n gay young ruler off a tot tering thrine, there Is a growing fa 'ion that greedily inapt at any s.-rap of un kindly goaalp that may be thrown fr.im the back etilrs or thfl Itoyal I'alire. If Alfonso ho much n mllc on any beau tious face that flasiies acroa his vision some hungry-eyed lev.il itlonary ruelie off to his closet to wcavo the gl.m I Into an amorous i tidal. In conclusion It may be said that In telligent observers who have entre to i e Court of Madrid are nreed that Al fonso Is a cle.-in-mltidi- I young man. loves 111." wife and Is dcMitc-d to his three bubles. Olrl Dfoa la Unit. Mis Handy rCrvaid, twenty-two year old. an artificial flOWOf maker, died u 1 denly In the hallway of her home a; No. 3rs West Forty -fourth street thl morning. Just aa Iho young woman WaM ahout to leave the apartment of .Mrs. Margaret overanoa, with whom 'i" boarded, she was taken with a hem orrhage and dtad before a doctor could be called. Catarrh Vanishes Cto to your druggist tf-ilay, and tell blm you want a Hyo.ncl cnilflt i pronounce It Hlgh-ome. i Open the linx and Inaida you win Bad a botUa of HY0ME1 ami a hard rubber In halor. Inside this Inhaltor, which Ojctis at both unda, you will find eome antiseptic ftnuze. four a few drops of HYOMKI Into the In haler and saturate the gauze Then with both i-ndi of the inhaler open, breathe HYO MKI, nnd the destruc tion of pernlClOUa ca tarrh Kerms begins at once. You ran breathe HYOMKI throiiKh either the noso or mouth. Kead the di rections. I a t !le Hyomel Is marie from Australian Euralyptus nnd mixed with other lm portnnt antiseptics, anil th creates;. inot sensible an I pleasan: trtatntBI for rntarth ever known. Just brOaYthfl It; no stomach dosinp; no sprays or douches, this great ami septic nir soothes the mucous mem brane and kills all Kerms. Complete outfit. $1 no Extra bottle If afterward needed, only .',0c. Money back from leading druggists every where, if It doesn't cure catarrh coughs, colds croup and sore throat t Your Child Requires Good Sight To be Successful at School Without it children cannot apply all their energy. It is most important to witch and know that your childr n are not straining their ivi-s. Our Registered Physicians examine their eyes with out charge or obligation WE CHARGE FOR GLASSES ONLY. Perfect-Fitting Glasses as Low as $2.50. Q Uoaiial , Opticians 223 Sixth Av 15th St. 350 Sixth A v.. 22 d Si 1274 ttroadwiy, 33d St 101 Nuiau Ann It, 217 Broadway, Aitor House Block. Write for Illustrated Cat.-iloKiic. CASPCRFELtl LEVELcVNlJ BUTABUaUBO ttof. 144 Bowery, "Xnl.S84 t t ffn ti IttAd ii1 aMOl IM . n1" 1 lf GrnJ t. '!." til .n. irttl M m trt;, uerait nibWAI Uti in S;tnng si. Special Of lerings EntfSift'mnt It I n it, liurt wUf, irftvUv cut ksrat IMaV tlu'.Ull valuf. $32.00 Klsitv ol Wiilthsm, (ijrpiy Illng. DlaunnM 1 iir while, perfect ly u(, 1 krut. rargi'tt MOM wr r lenl for this money. $45.00 $5 ftllul (II II.'. J ti Vrtal Olll) "in- to ( uolitmrr. No Mull )nlert. WEDDING RINGS Prieet $2.50 to $25 - Quality Guaranteed no kxtiia oiABoa ros UHTS11N0. 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Twenty-one Stores, Conveniently Located HONEST DRUGCIST A REAL BENE.AUTOR TO SUtFEREL After suffering lor about lilteen year., with kidney trouble I was finally cureU by thl use of your Swamp-Root. My trouble bewail with a strain which !elt me with a weakness in ihe smail ol ,-ack whicli pained me continually. 1 ,vas almost unable to do any work tnd lelt miserable, tired and worn out. 1'hrc local physicians treated me lr sum. time but 1 did not improve. Mr. Qull) iiie druggist here, rtcommindad L)r Kilmer's iwamp-Koot to me and alter lakins it ICCOrdlng to directions foi IOUII time, 1 have completely recovered I have great faith in Swamp-Koot and never hesitate to recommend it. ft ANK I'. 1 1'M.ILL, QOVtrnmint Bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. Personally appeared beiore me this seventh day of September, 1909, r'rani H O'Neill, who subscribed the tbi. statement ana made oath that the same is true in substance ami in fact. MATTHEW J. MCCARTHY, Notary Public. Tetter to . 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In rriinnrt Inn ' h". iiiiii Of en t.vrnings I'ntil 9 o'clock ', 'yjf wiss pirn , . -i . i Mt sold in Ureater New York an vicinity, direct ihronsfh manufa. lurerl salesrooms. I heir price and lerms ot payment are uniforY and are fixed ai the factory. The is no haggling. Tlxre is a piano reliable make for every taste fro $175 upward. Prices of WISSNER PIANO range from $450 (special) up IVtrdl, Send PfK'.i! for Cataloc IVAH.UDOMS: 00 6t!i Ave., cor. I6U1 St. v 638-iao l ulto.i St., Jrooidyn. : Sunday World Wants Work : : Monday Morning Wonders : SC3. ns