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T HI EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911.
TIGHTS TO BREAK
Picturesque Events in Lite of
John W. Gates, Who A Making
a Gallant Fight tor His Life
FIXED POST MAN
Mrs. J. A. .Middlelon in Separa
tion Contract Gave Them to
Father 10 Months a Year.
WON'T GIVF THEM UP.
Her Appeal to Courts Reveals'
Domestic Troubles of Le
high Valley's Vice-President.
it'll Oftr"' M to n.. IS. VSf y I 0 '-
ry"-- Lk .
f i I Ml
J I '" of the TrnTsU,,lhe "b,0rP
Ml Jnhti A Mlddleton. wife of flat
Itrat vice-president of the I, hi ah Villa? I
"aUs-oaO Company, has enraaerl eounael
la brin- autt to test u. v, iuy of a
separation ajrreermmi heteen r.ereelf
ant har hnahanrt signed two month
asax Mm. MVIdleton came In Nw V r
roatorday from ftr auinmer homa at
Wato.ii Hill. K. I . an1 It staying; at hrr
eearlment. No 14 Rest Mtleth street.
Announcement of the projected suit
a practically MM f1rt Intlniatlnn of un
happlnaaa In the Mldilletnn houaehoM,
thouch Mra. Mlddleton says Iht anil
har huenen 1 hava ben aMSJg apart for
almost a year and hava not hen In
harmony for ten jears Mr Mlddleton.
who la a director of tan railroads, four
hanka and naif a dosen other oorpore
tlona. makaa hl homa at Mai Whldorf
Aataata. Mra. Mldmaton la pi-apartm; MM
baoauaa aha a&ya tha aaptu-atlon airraa
ntnt sh MlniMl vlv to fi.-r tuiaoanil
tha rua'ody Of their thraa chlldrar. for
tan maatha aach yaar. and aha la nit
aatiaflad to havr thla provlalon carrlad
out Sha aara at tha (Intf nhp itnad
tha agraamant aha mi III and did not
raailta atia wa virtually aurratidarltis
har ohUdraa to Mr. Mlddlaton.
REFUSED TO GIVE CHILDREN TO
Sha waa atlrred to aclluti by tha ar
rival on Wadnaaday at hrr Watah 1HU
hotna of Oaurc w Kla.da, an omployeo
of tha law firm of O'Brien. Hoardjnan
A Piatt, of No I Kcotor twt. who
lirouabt a latter fiotn Mr. MlddJoton
requaatliui that ttin uhlklrea be nvi to
him. Tha latter, arhlch waa alffnad with
Mr. Mlddtotona tnltlaia, read:
l.lliy-e-The baarar of thla I at tar la
Mr. Qaona W. TlaMa, whom I am
nd1nc to escort ttia uhlldran to Now
York, la accordance with our tmik over
tha phono Uaa aftaraoon. Jt the ln
cioaed latter wUI ahow you. Mr. Plelda
In a Katitaamaii to whom tha ohtldren
OU be aafoir tnrruotad I will meat
them on arrival at Noar York."
The. If ttor to which Mr. MaMlattm ro
ferred waa from Frank II. Piatt, rec
ommendlnif FlaMa aa a truot worthy
Pron "for tha maaaton wDach you re
quire Mm o perform." Mr. M Mdlatxi
decllnod to lat Klelda take tha ohlldren.
and ii. .tilled bar riuabaod by Ualaphonc
that aha would raaoh Naw York yaa
terday and that unkaaa ha railed at
her apartmant by 7 o'oloolt laat nlht
ha -would appeal to rhe court a to an
nul tlo separation aaraament. Mr. Mld
dlaton ltd not oaH on hor
Melon Mlddletowu, fourteen yeara old,
eldaat of tha Cnraa ohlldren, liar mother
aya. aaot a tad-cram to her father
varal teya am. aaWnc hrr mother
waa 111 and that aha (Helen) could not
noma to New York. Bhe aakad her
father to come to Watch Hill, but m
trad got a meeaace urrna her to leave
there with her brothers, Jean, aced
thirteen, and John A. Jr., aged ten.
Then Helon wired:
"Mother la 111 and I will not leave
WANTS CHANCE "TO TALK OVER
T U raeeaage waa aent on Tuesday
and on Wednesday Klelds a.;.e ned wild
Mr. Mlddleton'a demand f'r his chil
dren. v Mi Mlddleton derlarea her huffhand
doea not seem d'xpoaed to meet her an.l
talk over their dlfflcultlea. Hhe says
Ihe cannot live without )ier ohUdrtaX
und feeli that ehv has a rlxht to kiurw
-' t,o la to care for them ui.d d!i-i-t tholr
She aays thst while she was In Flor
ida last winter ahe received two letters
advlatng hr to return to New Yoria
When ah" arrived on March i her hus
band told her that he had lesjnl their
country place at Larchmont and taken
an apartment for i.or at No. 14 Baal
SlStlrth street. She says Mr. Middle tOB
makee nn allowance of $15 n wmck for
the children In addition to what she
hereelf rcoelvcs and that tho amount Is
Mrs. Mlddleton before her rnarrlaite.
sixteen years ago, whs the widow of
Ueut. Motynaui Keel of t) llrltlsh
Hoyal Artillery. Mr. Mlddleton also
' m iruirrliMl ht fore no, I hns ,iie Hsn-1,.
ter. Mrs. Oeoraa W Holmes, of ihls Mr- "'""1 KA l'"l,lv
city, by hl. first wife. when her home at ralri;rouiid, I. !.,
Mr. Mlddleton admits the aaparatlnn waa almost destroyed by fire, but e!.n
frojn his wife, hut decline to dlscusa saved three iMipplos of which alio Is
It further than to say that she con- very fond. One of the auiumer rusl
sulted a lawyer before aiirnliig the danta of Bay Crest heard of Mrs
aari e'netit. Mlddleton r.a been a prom- i HOOh'f heroism and ohrlstviied the pup
Inant flaure In railroad circlos for many 1 pie.
years, having been 1ce.prestdent and
secretary of the Brtt hefi.ro going to
the Lehigh Valley.
The Evening World's Zoo.
KILLED HIMSELF IS ROLLED OFF II
AT HOTEL ASTOR BY TROLLEY CAR
Letter t" Mi Lie May
Sudden Action of I
Explain Bruises Covei Pairclougli u
i Iniforrn Goes, but injuries
Are Not Serious.
SENDS OWN ALARM
TO ENGINE HOUSE
Fumes Awaken l-ircmen, Also
Most ot Resident! Of Colum
bia Heights, Brooklyn.
otiemlcall, beagmea and such lalruja,
while on the other two floors was the
printing buslneaa of K. U. Hawkins.
On one aide was a cafe and adjoining
Iht cafe tha elx-atory building used as
:i assembly room by many socla ot-
janliatdvis, hot ClOlil at present.
On the other sldo pf the burn inn
building is Iht place of Weir, the florist.
! with a glass pteenhouee MuMv with th"
tod uf tht throe-story house.
Tho flra waa burning sl fiercely an
alarn. waa sent In and brought several
Other engine companies, th- locality
being In the high presaurt belt, lia:
tallon Chief Dooley was afraid tho
flames woulu spread arKl sent In I
second alarm, but the blase was eon
fined to the one structure, complciels
Kuttlng It, am? doing e. damage of 11 j, -uOO.
The heavy smoke from the burning
chemkala ami Inks drifted all over
I i i ,
the old Columbia Helghla section of
Brooklyn were awakened at 6 o'clock
this momlnfc by smoke pouring Into
Tha hodv of T.leut. Charles Fi.lraT roll"eman Henry Fnlrclonh. al-
IlriHhart, of Washington, Who killed tai lied to the Kaat One Hundred and
himself In a room an Iht second floor Twenty-sixth street atstion. aae on a
of tha Hotel Astor while hla friends fired post at One Hundred snd Seven-
nnd the Navy I (rpnrt mem were seek- teenfh street and Lexington avenue . their windows, tta eourre, a burning
lug Mm. nns taken to Yoik, I'n., his early to-day when he was run down building a. No. 161 Plerrepont gtreet.
home, fo-dav for burlnl. His wife was bv a north-bound car. He wns knocked i how eer, wan not near enough to cauae
nrostraie.i h news of h . ,leih and over hv a fender and MMd several fast I much alarm.
could not come to New York to ac- before the car could be atopped. i I
from the Haiiem Ifosp'.
Many ot the arlatocratlo families of ' the section ami filled scores of house.,
com'.any the remains, but her father
arrived this morning.
I-leut Brillhart was fo ind deag late
yesterday with a bullol wound In his
rlgfrt temple. He had r tno -esl his coat,
rested hie feet nn one olialr as he eat
' i another, nnd fired the shot from a
tai, found he was not badly hurt, though
his entire hndy was bruised and out
and his uniform torn to shreds. The
p illceman. af'er reporting tils accident,
The trolley car w-aa In charge of Mo-
torman John Sullivan of No. 14 East
cheap revolver. It la believed he ended nne Hundred nnd Se,-ond street. Ha
ills life about 4 nVlock esterday morn
ing, but no one hesrd the shot.
He left no letter explaining hla act
unless the one found addressed to hie
wife and etumped, kotd the reason. It
w a mailed to her without being openexl
Coroner's I'nyslcian n'llnnlon, how
ever, performed an Autopsy laat nlglit
and lenrn'sl that the officer had suf
fered from purulent meningitis., a dls
euse approximating Incipient Insanity.
It was his opinion that the youneT o.-.car
klllnd himself when out of his mind.
He hid been In 111 lmeltb. for a yr,
and while he was duly aobttr while on
duty, he had drunk heav.ly when away I r
from It until It Is aahl his wife and i
friends recently remonstrat.d with lum
tOf his exceaees.
says he thnnpht Kalrclough had atepped
to one side to let the car paaa and
doesn't understand how the policeman
tamo to be struck. Fatrclough himself
was equally hazy about how the acci
NOT THE HOLDUP TAXI.
HAYTI'S PRESIDENT EXILED.
SAILS FOR JAMAICA.
Owner of i'nr round In fnrn
F igene S Vandewater. owner of taxi
can No. f.7,21S, came to Police Head
ouartera tills morning to file an Indlg-
nrtln. ...In." f i M Mi.illnif tt 'm
with the shooting of Adolph Stern,
a clerk In Jncoby'a jewelry at're, et
J Thirteenth street and Sixth avenue,
which waa robbed on the night of
I .luly II,
I He told Inspector Hughes that he had
I let i the car at the Piaaa gnrage, on
I nrty-elghth atreet and Madison ave-
I nue, somn t loo n.eo, k' ' I Wl lllllVWW
" i crccne'a ag'-ncy, at Forty-e'.ghth atreet
Gin. Siiiion Ruled Lhck RepUDliC and Broadway, to sell it for him. He
i sea. tsu M o.. Hmr displayed his rereipte to Iniipector
Less Inan Inree rear Mier iiuxhea, and aanotrnoad that he waa go-
r.. ...-. Vcet Aievic Inf kwnjr for ohort vacation. He left
Overthrowing Nord Alexis. so thRt lMm l(lr aughn
PORT AC PlUNCa Haytl. Aug. 4 - might communicate with him In case
Oen. Antolne Simon aalied last nil It tot -. ,, .
,, , . At the Plazt garace It was etated
aiWHon. jumm, ... in..,. . '"" thlt ,,, ,.lxicah had not been out of
fallen heroes as the wnrsnip i, uecem-1 ,hl, plncP nrea It had be. n left there
bre, which took lt.s name from the day I liy Vandewntcr.
that he una unanlmou: iy elected Prei-j aa
Ulent of the black republic, boomed a I Toronto Fnrltnment nnlldlnat Fire.
doktf 111 f arawall, He follows in tho wake TORONTO, Aug. 4. Fire was dlscov
of Nord Alexia, Whom ho overthrew in nrod ti'la rr.ornlnvf at ; o'clock In tho
the laat month of l'lOS. and he leaves tho W001 wing of the Provincial Parliament
uilMI le ihe naaaaaatan of fien. CtaO building. Fifteen minutes lalor tho
hut caused no iiajams. parade anions
the atald residents, who contented
themselves with rcmnlnlnc at their wln
dowc until tho rooms were clear again.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. So scarce
! have flrst-clnss stenoernphers become
In Washington that It has been found
. nereeaary to send to Duluth. .Minn . for
another ehorthand expert to assist In
the hearing of the Senate I.orlmer Coma
mlttee. On account of the many hear-
lt wat, a hlaxe rhat aent In Ita own
alarm to the headquarters of Knglne
Company No. ins, rcroaa the street
One of the firemen near the window
awoke choking and saw the atreet out
side filled with smoke, lie grabbed a
pair of trousers, slid down the braaa Ings being conducted hy committees In
pole and sounded the gong. I Congreaa every available stenographer
The tnree-atory brick building was of reputation In the city la aald to he
roaring lnalde. On the ground floor . is, working day and night on "copy." In
thc tlreen Dry Cleaning and luring cldentally, the atenoaraphera ore ri
eatai.llshment, filled with combustible ing a harvest.
YOU buy trouble
when yen purchase tftsttl on
,in "optician's" "r an "eyeglass
v have dlways realized the
Importance of hiylna eyes cx
mined by in oculist of ex
peHence and when you come
tc mir More- fur passes you
are absolutely safe.
Whether your glasses cost
2,00, 03.00, or M.0O, we
tiiul back of every pair nnd
Guarantee you complete eye-
(bcxtts.l? and Options
14 Ear.t 1'rd Street, near lonrta A vena
Tl Weetrjlth Street, he'. Ith and tith A'-'.ues
(4 West 126th Street, near Lenox A;ml
442 Columbus Avenue, 81-' and Rnd MJJ
7 Nassau Street. nearJoan Btreee
lnr9 T'-oadwsy. near Vt nloolkbt. TtroeWya
499 Fulura bu-eet, r.pposite A. ., Itrookla
r.T: Broad c'h-ort. near llahne A Co.. Newark
natlU LOOOtttOi Whom ho had driven Into
.xll9 with his d poatd chlof; and Qci,.
Antenor Ftrmln. a rival for the Pres
idency, whom ha plaoatod hy sending
iilm aa Mini tor to Cuba.
So the wheel hM gone round. Nord
Alexia ruled fur six years. On Dec. 11.
INI, Simon, then at thn height of h!M
popularity, led an overwhelming revolu
tionary party Into Port au Prince and
was everywhere pinclaline.1 as a savior
ot the country from tyranny. 1I ap
peared to havo the country united be
hind him. Nord Alexis, who had found
safety on the French cruiser DtlfUay
Trouln, later boarded tho Oernmn
steamer Sarnia and proceedod to King
ston, where, embittered aga'nat his
countrymen, he died In the apring of
HO To the last he rerueea to annul
mat ho could understand the hostility of
IS A NEW SADDLE HORSE.
So Named by President Because
Gift Arrived as Treaty Bill
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4 President
Taf KOI a new riding horse from West
Virginia tho other flay, Tho horse came
jus: after tim Canadian Reciprocity
tight had ended and tho Proatdont Uo
ano look at him and called him "Reci
procity." The new PrcHldentlal ateed
is hands high, dappled Iron-gr.iy
III color und able to carry a man of
the President's wolght.
h'.a'- was reported under control.
damRge wa not great.
iUir The Best
- J --CCV. 0 A vU wau AV csjr 0
!5!SS dct tKe beet beer
brewed, if you oroler
Ho Beer of Quality
It appeals to men and women who
demand a drink they know is clean.
wholesome and appetizing.
' 'VX'saaisaw ,y,y,.
Apartments to Let"
Adverti;ements in the
Daily and Sunday World.
IT WILL SAVb YOU
Time, Energy and Money
The VVorld's,'Apartmintito Let"
Advertisements Oltei You the
Greatest Varlefy of Selection.
I'upplra n,rd Knini Klrr Are .toiler to he exhibited. President Tat
Vninrd Minrirncli, Meshaeh expeela to be there Oot in. and will
and Alteit-iicsi. 1 drop In to see Pauline.
Mra. Hugo lloch waa badly burned
WIDOW GETS GILLIS ESTATE
Aunt Herri, es aH.ODO and M lfo It. -iiinliidcr
of t lUII.IIT.HI).
Doptrty State Comptroller Julltll Har-bi:rg-er
to-.lay filed the appraiser' re
port of the estate of Frederic S. Ulllie,
who died ItarOh 1DU The tsalate.
which la valued at 4lillT,ll, OOMtOtl
of BtOOkO and bonds of railroads, and
goes to tho widow, with the exception
of IS.OOu that la left to an aunt, Mra
Mary Q, Marble, and u eousln, Mr,
The widow, who lives at No. 1 West
S.vrntieth atreet, waa inairled to Mr
(llllla on bupt. o, 1109 Tho will eAO
! mi.de out In favor of Mra Oilllo's
I tiiatden name, Helen S QowiRf, The
I widow wus appointed OKOOUtTlV,
II May He a Chulnut.
bv: Jt is a Good One.
She gave them all Bible names,
"Snadru.'h." "Meshach" and "Ahed-
nego, " In memory of the fiery furnaco
tttlua of Jellrflah Mar C g,vlm
in rr Ilia l ea.
The stlnK Of a Jellyfish may coat Si
mon lauor of Atlantic City his leg.
If 4Mt his life.
It was Infil.led two yeara ago when
he waa In bathing, and ever alnoa it
haa bothered Iilm when ),e went Into
the ocean. A few dajfl ago whll.
swluiinlng he suddenly felt arest pain.
and .ui examination allow.-.! that blood
poisoning hud aet In.
SooihliiK and nntisontlc. PoflltMB
provoa Imrrioaaurably grateful when
mod on thi tender Bkitm of Infanti
aftootod with cbunc, miiu eruit. &
lems or ny dliordor of Ihe Hit tn. As
. with adults, Poslain stops nil ttcliiun
; in'uis rapidly nnd neoompllabos con-
;iintu umi permanent oures, Heeje
I lniin's, Hiker's, Kallsh s ami nli drui
lists sell rosiam in two 11100 at so
it (I 2. For .rep H'nnple write
:. the BipOlaWMy laboratories, 8
Went .'wenty-flfth street, New vrK
All prices sizes and locations
Park 1 r' l- 10 l,oa Inler Hap
Ill) of rt-MiiuiM by ktovrr'M Orcler
It I leulng to be hard, puaiiutl! !
Vtnttf for Ihe hqulnrt-U of Ontral Hark,
uiut many uf (t.om are expected to
COanntMrtOBtl" Stover ha limad an'
or-liT that uftr Au(. H no more pea
nut. tn ahfll te nold In the puik. I t.r
vft n the MJtttffeil have 4tM red Up
Irfanut? ami itOftd thtAI in their nests I
in th tffM tOf winter,
htic lloirar I n to Make n Tour
11 f 1 lie lfj nt ry,
I'aullr.e Wa ne, the famoua White
llouxe cow, It t t'.ug to do a little tour
ills' of trie ujntry hereclf thin fall. t
he will to the International Dairy- j
iuci. a i-Ai- la JdiUwiauaaa la Oc-
M . Cold Meats Tastv
4 H:ir e'Wirf Drmolii bv mMla.; .
At '.h'licuU-s.-M-ii i.ii.i Oraoor Stores.
10 tWi'la. aUMMNV nlltl mmk IrvMle,
I We Trust You 1
I URNITURI I
B C arpets, Beddllli I
I ugust sal: I
Gentlemen, Put Your
our nrw it
College Clothes Shop
Half Price Sale
THs i tho month of August when hrook trout rise to the lure of the real Of Imitation
Are you pjoing to rise to the lure of the average clothing sale when you con buy Ilaekett
Carbaii clothes far underprioijf
And the only renson fur these actual hona Me. reductions is the fact that less than six
vveoks from now we shall ho showing Kail goods.
Bui you will wear Summer clothing fop at least two months.
This, then, is your opportunity to save money.
Hackett, Carhart Men's
Every Suck Stilt in our stores is mnrkcl 'way
itndrrpriee. Included are iteple black suits, plain
anq fancy weave blue suits, us well as i liis seeeoa's
BAOit attractlvo new RlixtMfO patterns.
Every .suit cut on new 101 1 COffecl style models
and tailored up to the riui.l llutkelt, ''arliart slan
.lnr.l of absolute integrity,
Men's no and Jl'.
Sum; -.t Suits
Mrn'a . .1 anil )38
Me;.'.. -30 and I32.N
Men's 25 and 128
Men'l 22. SO and 2S
Men's CIS, 20 and
'I'lie above suits are not ..n sale in
There is still a verv lare ussortinent of desirable
suits made by I.. Adler, lir.n. & Co., of Rochester,
M &; . NuumherK nn.i oilier lea.liug TfhffltlSlt
tallots, which We must sell at half price.
So as Jo secure this location, for a new store we
boU(M lease, fixtures and stock Hut as we sell only
our own clothing, we do not want the stock.
120 College Clothes
2i College Clothes
30 College Clothes
ISA College Clothes
(o College Clothes
45 college Clothes c.'IO sA
Shop Suits ifZZ.DU
The above suits are on sale in our new store,
111 VY. -Wd St., formerly the College Clothei Shop
All Summer shirts for men at reduced prices.
All styles sll sites.
11 and 11.11 Shirts 65C
H, 50 and S3 Shirts 95C
12 and S1.50 Shirts $1.35
13 Silk Stripe Shirts 1.65
Any Straw Hat
Choose any straw lint in our
Itoreo Hi H end N hats in- fk ffl
eluding the famous Imperial If.'l
Hats, reduced to
All 5 and 16 Panamas $2.90
All ss to 012 Panamas $4.90
E. E. TURLINGTON, Vice-President
125tW St. 265 Broachvay 841 Broadway 119 West 42d St.
Near 3d Ave. Ncur Chambers 2t- Cor. 13tli St. Bet. BVay & t t- Ave.
Hr-ni and 42 : .cf. .1 ores C."'n Evening Alt Four Store Open AU Day Saturday
o,)cn Evenlnga until v o'ci,
I It' allowtden all cash
" " We n.. lr;uU
41 p f llf I lOAT t . C
ii V o'CloCatl
:aah sales. I
and RR. lares
I Ills bein oAiislat r -,-
ileilrmim, I'lulna llnaia and IUIsa
n, and Is un rshlbltloB at ear
U'RITE FOR CATALOGUE
pBAin TiAPxsa rtrsBiTOai
Evsrytlilna fur llousekeeptaa1 est
ISO Worth 5-t tewa
75 " S -$1f,0
Wsrtb $10 Down il.53 WeeUy
ISO - I5 - $2.09 "
M I W I liZS I
jOO 130 12.75
ljtn;rr AnMiuntu In I'rvp'iiiitm
,nr Ti-rmii Apply A!fn U New Yf
s s Vii n
x. w wm as
lvejoo3DOwn on f.50
aVi A WiTlJI
A RELIABLE RULE
By VVlilcli to Ie.isii.r the
Greatest Source o!
tVOBLfi "He LP I
3. 32$ -A
l : CO
p I rrsrr rv ' cv. - t-
WE HERALD A
Where you see the blngest "Crush
week after week, pior.th after month
nd year after year, there muat be
I "sromethlng Doing,"