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THE EVENING WO&L0, TUESDAY, OOTOBKK 10, 1911.
It ni n mm nuwti HAM CUTEST JAP, LOVES ,4PM MfAX DIPLOMA T WHO WOULD MARRY A MEXICAN BEIHB88. AMERICAN HEIRESS But Mikadi fa ."h;irc d'Affalrei in VVuhinyton Has Doubts About Winning Her. ADM1RLS M l. OUR GIRLS. Minima Hanihara, Which li His Name, Is Loved in Return and the idol of Debutantes. ( rwui to m I'twi WslM.1 w 'ASJHIMOTON, Oct in -There ti ft prrl.tent rumor ntnt the WIBtlB in nffl suMom thai Mutanot Hanlhara, flr.t Se. i.tiiry ittiil Chare d'Alliitrn Of tdf Jspiiidf BmbftHf here hai fal Icn bifotf. IBS . . l r rim "f the faH-Iti-UnK SftUgbttf of Welter milll'in- To-day "II mev Harry," U h l known In tUBtOSMUl ilrclr. Mid ta rumor of hit Dtbnllmtni wars iron- ly SftJtttrattO' Me idmUtad that h sjdmlrl American g'.rls. In feet. Mid ho Ihotlfhl fey Wire generally he.ui ttf u1 anil iittr.i ll.e, ' ut btlMUOd (ha fad thai :,e IM lint Mt any Imme diate prot DOCt of IndlieUlf utie to marry him. All of which fit In with the gm-r-111) current rumor that the, fatter uf hi. charinor had derUlert siiildmly to take Mi daughter on inn Buropaan tour n hen It herame evident that alio wan hoi (llsln.ltnid to look fondly oti the kdvanOII of the little ftp, "HONF.Y HARRY" THE IDOL OF DEBUTANTES. "Honey Hurry" la the moat plctur que marnper of the 1 HiiloniHtlf Carpi, thi Turkish Minister, S sines Mln'ater and the member, of the Chinese Le(a tlon notwithstanding He la the ll"l of the dehutantea They all der.lire that he la the on test little man In the Waihlnxton aniart aet, ind many a liamlaome titled me:iiher of the I'lplo mitlc Corps from one of the great European nation, ha had to ataml Hide a. the little yellow man led way the hello at a inrmtn or ball Hi la one of the very few diplomat. Who haa ever heen accepted by Amer ican men as well aa women. They ill like him. He la leaa than five feet Mgh and not unite thirty-four yeira Old. He has a amlle that radiate Joy. Wherever he appear, hi. imlle wlna him the hes-rU of trie member, of those preient. Although hut thirty-four, he lldi i poiltlnn. Ju.t now. which putt him on the level with the oldest and moat dla tlngulened Atnnnsudor iceredted to thl. country During the. absence of kli Amhisaador. who la In Japan, he 1 the held of the ICinbassy and aa inch hai no peer In the diplomatic orpi. DAWNED ON WASHINGTON WHEN HE LEFT COLLEQE. He entered the ICUtado'l foreign ser vice In 101 and waa accredited to AVa.h blgton aa third e. rotnry of the lega tion, a poaltlon whose functions ar clerical or e'i -lal He dawned on Wash ington when Jutt out of Wa.edi t'nt Terrlty He was imlllBfl and bu been Hilling ever ln a aa Mr as the public a concerned. They aay that when he gets In h.a u ffl r his amlle turn, to u look ,if deep gravity and that he can llse up and analyze a knotty problem as rapidly a. a man of twice hlu ex perience. lie wear, the moat modllll Arnerieati flathll. He eats American food with PI TALKS OF DEAL, THEN IS WAYLAID TEN HIGHWAYMEN BY HOLDUP MEN Real Bt.Ke Ajrcnt Who Had lixpeoted to Collect Money 1 Robbed and Beaten. Frnnk Trnnke. forty-lwo. of H BM BUI T v ut -Pf t h itreet, a real estate agent, drOPpad Into i aaloon near hll home late last night to collect i ,-om-mlislon fat a recent deal. He talkod to aeveral friend whom he met there, but after wilting In vain for the mm with whom hi wa to do bullneja, he decided t i go hick home. Word that he mlaht hive a large sum of money In hll ,oiae.lon must hive rtMhad the ear. pf memiberi of the Has Ho IBS fiang." for when he reached the corner of first Ivenue an I Twenty fourth etreet he was attacked by iev eral men who apring from a doorway. They struck him over the head with a blackjack and robbed him of his over coat, gold watch and chilli, tie I'ln, ring and 10 mi small chantfe. lie was found In R half conaclou. condition bv Pollcssnaa RoMttfald a few minute allerwarda Hi i taken to the l'"at Twentv-.e,-cnd street ItStlOB holMti where he collapsed after giving hi name and tlUifll of Hie attack. He wn removed to , Hellevue Hospital, where the aurgeort" Mid tie had prob ably tuitalncd fraotun of the .kuii. CHASE TAXI OWNER INTO RESTAURAN T One Man Shot in Battle That Hollowed Near Long Acre Square. Killed self Willi (inn. John Frailer, a florist, sixty years old, of Ksat QtlOJflMi L. I , yesterday tied the trig gal" of ii .shotgun to a table leg. grout then took n nap backward dtaonargttig the gun He died instantly. evident relish and ha heen seen to lake one cocktail without making a grlmacr nr reaching hastily for wa'er--and then taking another. He II the shrewdest, most affable and moll cos mopolitan diplomat In Washington. Honey Harry" Is known from one end of the city to the other. He mln tt! aa eaallv In I boheinl.m cafe as In U aristocratic drawing room A COO I mopolltan group of diploma:, .oldlers j imd dllletantea inny be found about the dining room of the old Arlington Hotel moat my hour of the day or evening Hometlmee "Honey Harry" may be found with them after the day work la done. He looks In and p! ks up the Ureal hit of Information and goalp from the Capital! of the world and then smiles ind goo his own rvny HE KNOWS EVERBODY IN OF FICIAL LIFE. "Honey Harry" seem 1o know every one of any Importance In ofllclnl life and everybody knov. a him. Ho when It becime noleed about Washington anel uty that the popular little innn from thi Kat hid hll eye on an American girl thl uaull prejudice to the yellow mm did not make it appearance. Peo ple leem to w .ah him luck In hi ex periment. Mr. Hinlhura waa aotnewhat etartled to-diy when aiked point-blank If he hoped to tike in Am, 01 an girl away with hlin when he received a promo tion. He gnllad, "Me marry in American Klrl"' he raid, smiling "Oh. I am an sons, but I do not think eo. American girl ire very nice, and I like thorn! Uh. o much1 If marriage should come 1 should be very glad, but I do not see any prospect of It," he added, ahrug Klnr hla ahoulderi. Then "Honey Harry" aaked qultll' rally, "Out who tdd you that I thought if getting married 1 i iwould like to know very nttlOh w-ho It was, a he night be willing to tell me I HI name pf the Klrl who w. uld be willing to Join me." Bghlnd hi emlle there seemed to bl nme Sertoli thought, and the little diplomat gave the linprraVon that he might be innklng a mental reservation. be itrangely CLAY AtiyhOW, he seemed to elated about something MR. HONEST STRAIGHT FIELD IN ENGLISH. Mr. Hanlhara't name would have btan Mr Ma If hi fnretieara had not been great lighters. It happened thl v:iv. certain Mr Ida. who wa one of "Honey Ilarry'a" an-eitora. led band of Su'nntal ngalnat a tribe of brigand who wen. attempting tn take Unto themselves aortic his chlel I property. Thl happened In the seven teenth century In the province of Kashu, which 1 near Tokyo. Ida follower met the enemy on a clay field and ilew them all. When the chief came up and raw what valiant service hla troop had done he Immediately honored Mr. Ida by changing hll name to Hanihara which meana "cliy field." In com memorntton of the battle. The Hanlhiri grew rich and ire the leading family in that lection of the country. Muianoa. Ilanlhira tint name meins honest and straight. If the I'hnrge d'Affalrea of the Japanese Hmbany printed hji card In the Eng lish language they would read Uki I toll i Mr Hones- Kira'irht clay Field. K. irene Johnson, twenty-three, who his a itrlnf of tixlcabi In commit Ion, wai out early to-day In one of hll michlnei maklna collection! from hi! chiuffeuri. Hi hid about I3X) In hit wallet In one of his hip pocket! when a tire of hll cab burst a! hi wai com ing down Heventh avenue, mar Korty MSOfld "treet He itopped thl car In front of the Colonlil reitaurant. at No. 661. Ai hi wn itooplng down with a tin remover In hll hind to make repair hi ncelved two blowi on thi back of hll hen, t At the lime time hi felt a hand reaching for hii wlllit. Hi turned quickly, hli hiad cut and binding In aeveril places, to find himself con fronted by ten men. ev Johniun rin Into thi restaurant where he wai known. The ging followed him. Several wnlteri tried to repel thl In valert and a Icon of guilt! Were caught in the melee. Tablet and chain wire overturned and more than a doien hoti wen find, and when Hitectlvei I'rulee, Murphy and Hhlbles ind i'olb.eman Hughes ar rived they found John Moore, of No. too West Thlrty-ilghth street, lyln on the floor with a burnt woutwi in mi neck. The policemen lent Moon to the New York Hoipltll under arrest and locked up Johnson and two waiter!, Pltir Han vankete. of No. 1M Third avenue, and ntonlo Partellli, of No. Ml Weit Korty flrst itreet. Loaded nvolveri wan found on bulh of the wilten. The two waiters wen hold on chargi of carrying concealed weapon and Johnson HI held for carrjinf a dan gerous weapon, thl tire remover. He tried In vain to persuade I.leut. Mr. Queenly of thl Wilt Thlrtjr-iivanth street itatlon that tha tire remover could nut he considered a dangerous weapon. JUDGE ADAMS DIES AFTER TWO YEARS DP POOR HEALTH His Appointment to the Bench Was a Triumph for Root Over Flatt. JudKto Bethune Adams, vwhoee ap pointment to the kflBeh a Judge of the United Htates District Court for thl Southern Dlltrlct of New York was thi flnt big break In the political In nuence of tha lite Thomai C. Piatt, died early to-day at his home at Hague. Like Ueorge, N. T. Judge Adams we appointed to iuc ceed Judge Addison Drown, who re signed on Sept. 1, ML Senator Piatt had sent to Preildent McKlnley a ltt of name, among which tl.at of Judge Adams did not appear. I'latt wanted Thomas Allison named Senator Hoot, Juit beginning to mike hlmielf felt at Washington, aiked President McKlnley for the ippolntment o.' Judgo Adam, and won. After his elevation to the bench Judge Adam handled a number of notable cases, the mini lntereatlng of which Involved the rlghte of labor unions In itrlkes. He placed a curb upon the actlvltl- uf striken of a number of unlona. He alao held that a foreign woman might not become naturalised on her own account, main taining that citizenship followed the husband's status. Judge Adam wai born In Philadel phia In 1845. He was a "three-months" private under the first call of President Lincoln for volunteers In I 8B1 . and went to the front a aecond time In 1863 when Lee Invaded Pennsylvania Following tin war hi remained In thi Quartermaster's Department of the Army until 1871, when he entered mer cantile lines which he dropped for the law In 1878 He was engaged in prac tice In Philadelphia until 1883 when he came to Now York. Beobe Wllcoa, on old firm of ad miralty lawyers, o.Tere.l nlm his met ropoiltsn chsnce, and It wan hi! knowl edge of adm'ralty mntors that rame from thl asso la f ion which largely Influenced his appointment to the bench. He later became a member of ttie firm of Wilcoa, Adnms A tlreen. AUTO CRASHES INTO TREE. tin I! (Ten r, Mho nm ot ItunnlnSJ It, the Unl. One Injured. Thrown from his employer's automo bile nrly thl morning, when, In turn ing out to avoid a collision, the steer ing mechanKm went wrung end thl cr dashed Into h tree. Jjhti Dletz, twenty-nine, of No. IN Kas: Nlnety eecond street, Is at Kordham Hospital with a badly lacerated face and pos sible Internal Injuries. 1-ileta 1 chaulTeur for Jacob lia.ib, of No. 1M lint Klghty-thlrd street. With Mr. Itshb at the wheel the two were north bound on the Split Hock road, near the city limit. Mr. liaati waa held In the car by the eteering wheel, but when the machine struck a tree and wa practically wrecked, Diets lua thrown nut head fir!. He was token to the hospital by another automobile. BANKER WALSH PAROLED BY THE PRISON BOARD. Chicago Financier Will b Rtlftttd Hrum Leavenworth, Where He Served fart uf His Term. WASiUNiiToN, oc:. lo.John n Walsh, OhllagO banker, was lo-dny paroled and will be release,! from Leav enworth Prison. 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Nat 1st Any MUk Trust Wednesday, October 11th, A SPECIAL OFFERING OF Fine Lamb's-Wool Comfortables Full double bed sise plain Silk Covered. o cr Value $10.75 each O.JU Men's Winter Furnishings Complete lines of Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Neckwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Pajamas, Vests, Robes, Auto and Golf Sweaters and Vestsrlso Imported Materials for the making to order of Shirts and Pajamas. SPECIAL. MEN'S NECKWEAR, open end Four in Hsnds, of fine English Silks, MEN'S HALF HOSE, Imported Silk Lisle, Navy, Tan, Gray and Black. pair, MEN'S WALKING GLOVES, new tans, pair, MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, fine linen, dozen 1.25 50c 1 50 3.00 soil a J Brother i it have prepared for To-morrow, Wednesday, an Hxtranrdinary Sale of Women s Dresses and Tailored Soils in a wide range of Ihe most desirable prevailing styles, At Unusually Attractive Prices Tailored Suits of Sercfv Cheviots, Worsttds, stnpeJ and Hrrlnboni Weavr Novrlty Mixtures, strictly plain til! ore J, ,v;t, : Velvet collirs or sit u lu (Ottl lunJsnmel .. Unil new inodrl sC.rts, pi Droadclothv. Two-tOMd li.t i.ts. Homespuns, Ser s, Novelty Mater. lis. Striped nes, Mir.tuees and Poublc (iced '"oths, tailored 01 trimmed with braid, velvet, .-loth or Bengaline silk, . of Gordwoyi, Vdveteens, imported Brotdcloths, Dltfonili and Noeily Materials. Knipire cut, trimmed with brji;., IrOideloth and velvet facings, deini-tailored iHeett, t at .! O.J 5 32. dO Dresses tour models, ol AtoMin, Corduroy and Serges, handsomely embroidered with chenille, braided or trimmed with nucreme, ol Crepe de Chine, Imported Velveteen, Broadcloth and Chiffon Cloth, in pastel and street colorings, with hand embroidery, braiding and (ringi trimming, many with chiffon waist tops, Coward Shoe e m en" i "w BROOKLYN QPPENHEIM, (SLLINSkS FULTON AND BRIDGE STS., BROOKLYN Invite Inspection of Their Showing of Women's, Misses', Juniors' & Girls' Coats Every smart, new model is represented, suitable for every occa sion, of double-face material, broadcloth, cheviot, wale cheviot, serge, velvet, vclour and satin. Style and make represent our usual high standard of quality and are characteristic of Oppcnhcim, Collins & Co. entire stock. At Moderate Prices Double-Face Polo Coats Smart Trimmed Serge Coats Dressy Broadcloth Coats . Velour and Plush Coats Misses' Full Length Coats . Junior Dressy Coats . . . Girls' School and Dress Coats 15.00 15.00 18.75 25.00 11.75 9.75 6.75 18.75 20.00 20.00 25.00 25.00 35.00 29.75 35.00 13.50 16.75 13.50 16.75 8.90 9.75 Furs and Fur Garments Exquisite Fur Coats, Muffs, Scarfs gnd Sets. Special Value. HUDSON SEAL COATS, 52incheslong;selectcd skins, perfectly matched; long rolling shawlcol- 95 .00 lar, deep cuffs; brocaded lining. Yalue$150.00 17.50 of ChtrmiUM, Meteors, Imported Mannish Serges and Combinations "f Broadcloth and Corduroy, In t:ie latest effects for street and afternoon wer, And, in addition, a large collection of Three Piece Garments, Drestes and Tailored Suits, which have been nnrk V COrrt tpondln pruea, rangiiiK from lt 28.75 ,t 2.50 Tea Gowns and NegM ,ees targe assortments are heing shown, made of the latest materials, embracing ACCOfttion I'laited Crepe de Chine and ChlHotll, trimmed wish rilet, Venetian and Valenciennes Laces, also Matelasse Cloth i'h hswl I K'anning price from Also for To-morrow, a Special Importation of QUILTED JAPANESE L0UN01NG ROBES sk t aillc, embroidered unl plain effects, in attract. ve color combinations, West Twenty-third and Twenty-second Streets MQ.75 10 iP.5 $9.50 10.75 Sunday World Wants Work Monday Wonders. Rest an Aching Arch in a Coward Aioh Support Shoe. Tha extreme wr-ariracea and persistent ache, felt after cont;nuod walking or Btnnd inff, arj caused by aron strain. Proper mechanical support ia needed. The Coward Arch Support Shoe is correctly shaped, expertly made, and most helpful to woar. It relieves ankle and arch weaknose, and is entire ly comfortable from tho fiibt wearing. Cowirrt Arrh Support Shoe ind Cowirri Bsisaailoa Heel haa tjen midc by Jsme S. Cownl. In his Custom Dopirtment lor over SO yri. COLD NOWMERB EL8 JAMES S. COWARD 264-274 Greenwich 8t., N. Y. ijimb wiaassi mm ' 1 Mali Ortt PUU4 Sua lr CtUogm I issl I VrWH j?ijco J3&? 'ipj A Julian Eltinge SONG HIT BWnL,, , M.I ...-M,f ..i ; j&..r... s now being sung by him in A Fascinating Widow at the Liberty Theatref New York MUSIC BY KERRY MILLS sasmssssv . w tS nuKua ana Muii; wiih Next SUNDAY WORLD The Sunday World's 11 Want" Directory makes, more offers of positions than any oU.&r tws mediums in the universe. mm