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TBI ETIMZNO WORLD, FRIDAY, APBIL 19, 1912, MIC H RODE E GAVE HER LIFE TO SAVE ANOTHER With Evans Calmly Surren dered Place in Lifeboat to Her Aunt. RIVAL STATE CONVENTIONS BY ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS were karelne amoral thn who doaa with nhr Titanic aa well aa any heroliiee hrrori, In rtton to ruimhere. Tin- alvse rhc by the eld of their :.u anla war rloaed arojnd them war aaa of tha highest ti" . hut II a amid for thorn thai ihsv had th earouracemrnl nf tha pn aenc nf afaa man who had l -n thalr partnara tar yrars Maw Edith Kvana of thla city a nlaca of tha all of M.iciatrate Itohart C. it, waa a hmln whu hal no I aupporl aa that MaVtk hrlpad to dl bravaly. She tli. alona, a Mg. etrotkc bachelor ri or twanty-tl'. CCsf-re llapt to the la i, and It may be truthfully aald of bar that aha died that anient ba saved. Brans waa travrlllnc with Mra 1 and two other sunts, Mra. ton and Vra. J. .tin Manay Itm.n nad Chat Mra. Cornell and Mra. tfaiiMi war aaalaned by iha um.,ia boavt and Mra. Brown and Mlai to another. When all waa In to lowar tha boat In whlcn Evana wa a passsncer It waa that ona mora than tha allot-! waa aboard. Tha officer in chare I MM aoenobody would have to ret out. IMC a doaan woman moved for tha daWk. Mra. Brown amonc them aa back!" oommai.Jad Miaa Evana, bar auat to a aeat. "You children at home I have no ona ant on me. i ahaU wait for a on another boat." klaaad bar aunt, sprat); to tha and tha lifeboat waa lowered away. Mia Evana had no ohanoa to another boat. Whan the Titanic M down aha waa on tha deck, look- out aero tha waate of water a bob bine little green llarhl tha croup of boata m which lay tha) atvfety aha had thrown aaldo. Than la added aorrow amonc the retail r of Mlaa Evana at bar fata. In ts boat rbci earned Mra. Cornell and Mra. Appleton there wa aciautaea more person Mate Am AM to eat reaean Harrison Leads Bolters to Separate Camp, While Sullivan Domi nates Regulars. PFOtlJA. III.. April 11 With Mayor Mod Kern of Belleville, a BuHlvan slip perier, actlnc aa temporary chairman, and Willi Natl inai iimii ml (teaman i C Sullivan In pr-nal command of the sltuaMon, the ftat Democratic conven tion wa opened her thta afternoon. Mayor Carter H. Marmaon of Chtcaco. with h. Cook county delecatlon and aorne downtate fullowera, refuaed to enter the Collaeum, hut tield a con vention in a akatlnaj ntnk, several siures away, where they proceeded lo orcanla. adopt a platform, and lect a Mat nf dclecatea to the national con vention. A larce delegation of woman stifTra (lata, led by Mra. cat .wine Vaugh Mc culloch of Chlcao and Mas MIMred I. Mclrw of I'eorla, arrtvad at the oprn inc nf the Sullivan coivntlon and war Clven seats on the apenkcrs' pla form. TAFT TO NAME ROOtlVELT IN ANSWERING ATTACKS. President, Urged by Friends, Will Abandon His Policy cf Silence. WAM1IINOTON. April It. Praeldent Tart haa decided to abandon III at'ltud of alienee under the vere erltlclama which t'ol. Hooaevalt haa mad of him In campaign epeechea. and In aom of hi next public addraaae will reply to the Colonel, mentioning him by name. Thla waa positively etated to-day by thoaa In cloee touch with the President, and It la aald Mr. Taft made hla de lalon only after repealed urdnc by aume of the leaders of hla rampalen. Vslthtn the laat da or two the I'reei dent haa told hla friends. It la (aid. that tha time had come for him to mention name and reply to the attacks upon him. NEW YORKER GOES TO DEATH IN LEAP weeks a co and that ba waa in the dry 1 coeds buelneaa. I The suicide srae described a a man of 'about forty, smoothly eharan, of heavy I build and mod u m lit it It waa anld on tha board the Mauratanla that hit heme la In New York. FROM MAURETANIA Stoughton Walker, First Cabin Passenger, Was in the Dry Goods Business. fltouchton Walker, a first cabin pae encr on the Cunard tin tam.ilt Mauratanla. which cot In to-day, com mitted aulolde on Hun l.iy evenlna; by leaplnc from tha rail of Iha ship Into the aea. A second cabin passenger. John Mol e aaw the aulclde make hla way through the ateerusre quartars to the a'tor-deck. climb up on the rail ami leap out. Ilolce Cave tha alarm, and linediately aevertl of the crew threw over a Holm buoy, a ort of small raft that canlea a light The chip, which waa epredlnc at aboui twenty-flve knots. iiaasel the point where Walker Jumped overboard by at leaat a mile before It waa atopped. A boat waa lowered and for almost two hours rowed about over tha wavaa In a fruitless aean-b. nnally plcklnc up the Illuminated buoy and reitirnlnc to th chip. All that could ba learned about the sui cide from the officers of tha Maure tanl waa that he had an led from New Tork on the a.une vessel about three CALLS ROOSEVELT WORLD'S MOST DISTINGUISHED MAN. Delegates Cheer Statement of Chair man of Illinois State Con vention. B PI! fNOFI E M, III., April 1.-Tha Republican State Convention convened her to-day. Temporary Chairman C. J. Doyle, In Ma address referred to Col. Roosevelt a "tjhe moat dlatlnaTulched man In the work)." Thl as rrected wtth cheei laatlnaj aeveral mlnutea President Taft'i nam alao waa ap plaiindad. With (Jo. Heneen and hie friend in control. t4ie Convention wea expeited to name to-dny r ht delecatea-itt-larire to the National HopUblican Convention wirh Inatructlona to vote for llooseve't. Th platform will comrr-ri tilt ad.Ti'.r.lf. trntlon awl pollc.ee of President Taft, favor the election of United Stat. -Henatora by popular vote, urea the amendment of the Sherman law, In dorse Iha Initiative and referendum, praise the ItepisbuYen State administra tion and vigorously denounce "Jackpot" and hl-partlan rule of the State Lade Is cure. Don't Go To Europe For Your Health. IT'S SAFER TO REMAIN AT HOME. Per nhsirmstlem. Sclnf n& Nrarltl. take MURITO. prescript. V a patent msdlelns; cuarantssd to rtnevC or money refunded. Ws rsellas that thsrs r warthlaa aad 4aacru remadla which are sold ss cure-all by th help of manafaetard tee ttmonisis. whoee object is to sstraet Cd. NuHto's purpeas la to give relief, and le compounded eiclualvaty as a epectflo rsm edy for thesr only who suffsr frem Rhsu- I mstlsm, totallM or Nrurltla Canvlacs ymrarlf. Oo to Hecemen. hikers or sny lesdlnc druccld to-day. et a II oos or Nurlto, th rmdy thst produess rsault. You can fsel It worklac. '"on, pound, i by the Maylsirsl Chamlaal Co.. Platlron Hide . N'ew Tork Woman Pre In Irtssora Caao. Th Orand Jury to-day refueed to Indict Mr. Mry J. Hnydr, who waa held by a coroner" Jury yesterday aa responsible for tha death of her hue band, Waller J. Snyder, who waa stabbed to death wtth a pair of aheare at their apartment at No. 930 St. Nich olas avenue on April It. It held that there waa no evidence to contradict th statement that Snyder killed himself Judc Foster dlemlaned the woman from cuatody. 2 1)1 D KivCS J.H I'lUfJJ While- ! nrtlliftnt mi not i rrftCRra t r iirrtri1 h Mlrfl Wl DOIN ftis l-rles ia..1Q lo tin. UnaUtr 144 Lower g;:rnLkta titsia Kirmnn till T. Beturdsr till 10 ! SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS room for wer ARMY RUSHES RECRUITING OF TROOPS ON BORDER. Onvau Actively and Accept Men Picdy," Is Order Sent Major Barney at El Paso. WL TAMO. Tcxaa. April 1 -Major C. V, arny. r ecru tine officer her lo-djy saaatvaJ tha follow kne toiecram from AdU-Oea tswM: Canv actively and accept freely appUoanta for all arm of th aervlce iumU further Inatructlona, by order of Ma adjutant OeneraJ." HO REPLY TO MADERO'S NOTE COURT DELAY FOR PAGE. Mow Yorker Who Attacked Cow- ressasaa Wins a Point. WAHHtNOTON, April 11. H. A. W. race, a linen and outln merohant af New Turk, whoee pamphlet attacklnc Representative II. D, Clayton of Ala bama and okhor mamlMu- of th Ho m Judiciary Committee led to his Indict ment by th Federal Grand Jury on a charcr of libel, to-day entered a formal -plea of not eullty. The pamphlet made the oharge that "Ooncraaainen are crooka." ItaaponrVnc to th dafandMt'a ptem of rtcacmnu and his deerr to co abroad on account of hay fever, th Court de clined to grant (he diatrtot'a demand for Immediate trial. shaaaader Wtleen. WAMOWOTON, April U, - Beyond lor Wltooa take up r Calero. Msaloan Minister of Affair. Mi quxtion of Intar- seiuh American oonnrlar officer M th dlaohance of their duties, the Mat PMhiMiliU probably will not raady to the recent not In anawar to tha American sot sent alike to Federal aad ratxi ausborlUea. JJha department believed It pur poos MSillnUy had been aeoured tliroucrh mm CiblloaMon of th warning throucb- Everybody's Doing It! DOING WHAT? WHY. TRYING TO REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING. HERE'S THE BEST WAY! This is the first time yon have I been afforded the means of actually j reducing the high cost of YOUR LIVING! By buying many of the things you use direct from over 70 manu facturers and wholesalers, You Save from 20 lo 40 A visit to our showrooms, one full floor in Herald Square Build- i ing, 36th St., near Broadway, will convince you that you can buy qual ity goods at wholesale prices. Call and see what our members save. Phone or write for particulars. WORLD HOMES PPLY CO. I IHua. IBUA 11 IfWE 100 Homes Can Each Have One Of These Dressers at This Bargain Price. f Judge us not bv our words only, but by our deedi. When you've bauglit one of thru ipltndid Droun at this ridiculously low price, Si'll never forget to remember that Is the More that undersells them an hl(h-(radc Furniture. tM HACKETT, CARH ART SUITS FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN ALL SIZES, EVEN UP TO LONQ STOUTS HACKETT, CARHART clothinR is distin guished by its snappy, aggressive style, and the prrmunence of its shape liness. Irresistible features are the well con caved and correct shoulders, graceful draping and fit. and patterns possessing snap, char acter and individuality. Fabrics consist of Velours, Serges, Homespuns, Worsteds, Cas simeres ana many others adapted for the season's wear. We arc showing a "great" assembly of browns, tans, grays, blues and colors that predominate. Here are values unprecedented at this time of the year, lie nd on $18 & $20 Suits $30 & $35 Suits $13.50 $25.00 $25 & $28 Suits $35 & $40 Suits $17.50 $27.50 $28 & $30 Suits $40 & $45 Suits $22.50 $32.50 Weather Forecast Overcoats Pattern and itj'iea, popular but nut common. Many fancy overcoatings cut over tha lalest tiio.lt I. and made in split sleeve coat. Engl.cli at. Us. bwlteal Lack, narrow should ra and fancy spring coat. Chevi.ti, sil .-lined lo edge; black and Oztord included. Four piiiea. Now $10, $13-50. $17-50 & $20 E. E. TL R. INviTON, Vice Pres.dcnt I 84IB oadrvay I 1 19 West 42d St. I I Cor. Mta M. ! Near Uroadway I Harlem and 42d Street Stores Cpan Evening 2(;5 Broadway Near (.'liainiuia t. 125th Street Near 3d Avenui sf V J?' III M y 7 -v III efjCCHracjj -. f-lo.n Msll ordrrs Vl!uC. ipecUI.. myi $14.98 A rhl.ei.a.'erir. " Chlltonler to mck lil ts "3f ssjjswca I8.ID Brc Bad It.tt I finKenbers I II ft. E. Comer 124U1 St. and Id Aic. New York H I 0ppenheim.6llinsx(s 34th Street Exceptional Values in Oiris'. Misses', Junior and Children's Tailored Suits, Coats and Dresses Mise' Suits nf Tailor Serge, Mixtures and f an.y Stripe?. Finely tailored and ratin lined QirV and Junior three-piece Norfolk and plain tailored Suits of Whipcord Serv e and Checks. Value $25.00. Special 20.00 1675 Misses' Styli - h Suit in all the eas n'f prevailin mate ials and colors. Finely tailoied. Mlre-' smartly tailored one p ecc dresses of fine fcre. Ct pies cf imported mo els. Values to $lfi.50. Special 25.00 9.75 Girls Smart Tailored Norfolk Coats Suneri.ir tailored full lencrth Norfolk and Prince Oenro-e models of Serge, Homespun and Shepherd Check. Pique 1-11 .75 collar and leather belt. 8 to lo years. Value $18.75 Qirls' Coats of French Serge and Mixtures, w'th pique, la.e collar and cuff trimmings. 8 to 10 years. Value $15.00 7.90 Children's Coats of Shepherd Check, S.rge and Mixtures, la.e and silk trimmings. 8 to 10 years Value $7.50 4.90 Boys Custom Tailored Suits Aa a further introduction to this New Department will place on sale to-morrow: Boys' Norfolk and double-breasted Suits in newest all wool fabrics. 8 to 17 years. alue $6.75 3.95 A choice selection of broken lots taken from the stock of hand -tailored Boys' Suits. 8 to 18 years. Former prices $K.75 to $14.75 Boys' Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits of all wool blue serge. Alpaca lining. 8 to 17 years. Value $7.05 Boys' Reefers of all wool blue serge, shep- heid checks and mixtures. J ty-i to 10 years. Values to $7.50 1 Boys' Washable Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits of whice duck, tan linen and kh ki. b to 16 years. Value $8.05 8.95 5.00 5.00 2.95 0PPENHSIM.6lLINS36 34th Street Unusual Sale of Women's and Misses Tailored Suits Smart tailored Suits, copies of imported models by Poiret, Paquin and Bernard, of Tailor Serge, Hal i line Stripes, Bedford Cords and Mannish Mixtures; the most at tractive and desirable styles o. the season. 20.00 and 25.00 Values $30.00 to $40.00. furniture v5 The high grade Furniture displayed on our floors will attract the attention and satisfy the desires of particular people who, after a com parison of prices, will realize "IT PAYS TO PAY CASH" This extremely comfortable and luxurious chair is covered in Tapestry, Velour and Leather, with loose cushions of silk floss. Frames are of massive construction dcfk with full spring seat. Our price brings this lp handsome chair within the reach of those wm of rehntt'. taste and with moderate incomes, mmJ NEW YORK'S LARGEST CASH FURNITURE STORE 147-149 West 125th Street, Near Seventh Ave. How 0U May Help Build the Memorial to Thomas Jenerson T treat tn Mew Tork. "th formet Draerctl eltr ef e New Renown." Twnular memorletf to Tliomc Jeffereoo. th lale Joeeph 1 . .... . ,in s.ft A II . ..nr.l.L runissr lai i 07 nit arm - r Ml srts'i that title mlcHt b th nuclsua of fund or at lead SM00, end thai the ostmoilal should b on of the people le the eras 1 champion of republican Institutions. Th Thomaa Jsltsroon Mmortal Fund haa been orccnlsed to octood lo ovary man. vemaa aad child la th United atatea th opportunity of becoming one of the bulldere of this monument. Psnnlss, dimes. Collars aa aura la too email to aspreea the clvsra SLSprMlatian ef tha rlcs and worth of lb man was wrot hs Amarleaa Delaatlon f Indpndnca All ohsck should b mad payable to m TMOatAS jasTSBaosr mtcoaxax ms," and aJl remltlaucea ahould ba sen t to th dapoaltory of the eommlttoe. vasosr tbwbt oosurAsnr. aa Broadway, Bow Tork. Ta followtnc acraatvc h thl fund la oharce: HATOR WILLIAM i. OATNOB. New Tork. Obalrman. BAL.PH rULITSBR. Nw Terk. VtOsvChalrmaa. Committee: OOT. JOHB A. DIX Maw Tor. OOV. BOOBMB M. FOaa. nnv nmrtmOL W. PLAXCTtU. aiaaaacnusstw. k PRACTICAL BOOK FOR PRAC TICAL PEOPLE. Tea Si td lo Ik a.lf-TaaaaU. ai.,.s aaai asia , Ualai OOV. aiMBON B BALDWIN. Coanectlout. OOV. THOMAS R. MAMKALL. Indlaaa. OOV. JUDSON HARMON, Ohio. OOV. WILLIAM HODOU MANN, Vlrctala. OOV. WOODROW WILSON. Now Jeraey. not of Ibrt- itMM Ulfl'l'l t t . I u I UWa1 J UtBwi j -. it a a..- sTtiW lu itKtt a. Ut if rttH Ljui u.a 'ilk. a uii.s cOlhm.i it ll.tct- jiva of UK tUtt. 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