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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 11.
TOTESBURY RAISED Becker Jury on the Wan to Luncheon
nr lAP'rAnm : FT I .tO I r ry 1 S g
DO jurUK I.K " unuet iruuru ui aptciai uucers
' i I srwlallv Phiii.ioTiPii.vl hv i miff (Mini
x . . , . iivivi "i ; an " iiviwjiaiii ui i i u Telling TT vi wi
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FIGHTS BANDITS
ffliWimnpAQu.
uuuu nUIVLU Unul I j I
1
SINGLE-HANDED
Banker Pells of Pennsylvania
hirul In Which Slivl Com
' panto Gave $2J7S,
1 f t fu 7 I VI irViU I I v i .
II ,....,.. 4 . IA - n i
U I 1 I r I V I I IT, 'Til 111 IT V I y 1 1 . In
Kcpaif Dkl to Hiftl in
incw York Primaries.
What
ON NINTH AVE. LINE
WArnsaTON, Oct u.o-Rdward t. ,
llMMtav, Pttta4lph mtNenalra and
aaoorl.ite of J. Plorpont Morgan. I old
tho ciapp Prim If Invaai Bating ci.ni. i
m1n)ee in-day lhat ha collected HIS, 711
Pennivvanta for the Kooaeveit wot
g ana lint.057 In 1UK fit tlo threw a
ray of light nti ili.i ' Hirrlman
Mi He mm that in IIM Treats it ei-
' - - in iiwu lll.ll 111 111' Ml
- .. . I .ia Am . v . .
Bd that Haerlwian would give
The Wtnris preeented his complete
aii ui inn muni'v w a 'urneu
over to tba Jlepubllcen Netiouai Co:n
mltssa, the banker declared.
Tp. bunkar testified thut tha
pendltur.a In 1011 win 182.31";, leav
ing a balance of S1S.CC1. Tlila wis
exclusively for Ihi national campaign.
"In 112 I cava MMM to Kepreien
tatlei McKlnlay." eotittnuail Ilia mil
lionaire. "ThlB waa for tba Taf,
ceuae.
LIS8 TOLD HIM HE WOULD
HAVE TO HAVE MONEY.
"In 104 Mr. BIlM told nip hod have
ta have, coma monay, I tblnk for New
York State," added Stoteibury. "He
laud If ha could rein fUO.oou.
i.00 mora would be clven by Mr.
rrlman. Thla conversation took
In Naw York."
104 contribution. It I MM or,,! f-irl ill H.KI.ifal 9(.
mTgXfctt ZiTil riousy HMrt Many Others
. n v'i :i ii. l i ur
1,000) Oantbrta Steel Company, I
aia,TTo; waaBBBBj vruip iou, .i.uuu; uuaiv njurcu uni a s ..r.. are nursing
10,100: O. W. Bikini, leseer hurts In tOaaeQUtnee of a rear-
end oolllnlon nn tho went side elevated
Iracke ni'ar (ne Hlindrad and Third
treat nu.y lr daT Th evnrely hurt
ara:
I'atrlck V,i;li, tb'rty-two yra old.
fligTiian. of No. lis Vt Korty-thlrd
treat: at J. liood Wrlfbl Hoipltal
Paca buJIy W0ua4d and the light
of ono eye tlirvatrnetl.
Mine A:;i.i Ryan. Iwanty yeara old,
m4 Amnmjm
Wmr .BBW LhJlhaV AVnaTeTaTaVi daTJI aV 1 Wl B -- . .'rw l a7a?jr LJ niVIIVlaVHal 1 aWVVhTaVM A11Bb1 bbV fJ aKaal
f KBBV i Ifll IV V BaBBBBBBBaaaBBBBH. -HBBBBBRI BBrBBBBBBBBBBBBBrtBBBBBBBBW Bv V , .BBBBBBBBBBBBad'BBBBI BBBBBBP- MBBBaBl eaBBBBBBBhBLBBBBBBBeaadd
IN TRAIN HOLDUP
Exofosii McsMngcr, Badly
1 1 Beiten, Shoots One of Pom
Robbers .tiki Stvci Money.
1
4
t PRINCESS ALICE OF GREECE
GOES TO FRONT IN WAR
ll! r MMrrit, rk . Or. n FNiur
bafrdttl 'ina'rfl the hnldu; of a north
tii.otd Kanaa (lf .-liutt'.ern paner
trnln bftwaaa llatflaM and ilen. Ark .
earlv to-dav. (Ui a aroirnleil ami
' ilpt irr l and l ie utiicr OlllhUfl eeriipi J
fier a (ipriu aith BapreM Maaaanctr
Morrill MurKPtt or Kanaa CHjr, Mo. in
whii'h Hi.rxoti m'ih "rj iiin ainmunl
Itoa .I'd waa badly i'enn.
U iteef, ahol fie robber, n ho wee ilOl
rl vr ...l An hour liilr nf;rr bia r.vnpen
1 ' a had daaarlad h ni Tha bandit I
hatng PBRvayed Mina l'!fty r ni.ra
tr, mi anne.l poaaa are piire iln tha ruh-
I t era Knrri'lt la :n a hoipltal at Mena
Hi will recover
X I Th trn!n. hllOWR n N" 1, IftM Hu
tu Id, Aim, a haul j a m MThila
it'ii waa workhSg In hi anr ne raw
the bun-llie i lauihrr n iv to the atda
duo Thau thtfj uianh "I tlie ia-l
aith tiirdr i.vciver lain
epraiia I h:a inoil vai in' tde pncbaKiie
and hi. I them, liQtilt Ihi hill of hilt
leu which ma handrta pourad into tin
fmr. fim-e, iho BtaBWORJIaf .ivi a bni
hidden. Iluraett turnd hl attention to
the InradarB. who now hd abandoned
for a time thetr flrlna Into the car.
A Bumotl hre.1 nt thrm the roMmr
rea -he.1 through the etnalheil Windows
and IcHieennl the ratch whl 'li heJd t.i
dmir from tha lnl le Thrn ItMt op.-nei
vaifed. The mceai-nger leajwl betitn l j
,F,i. iiiiiik i'ii imrvK e. nwy in
tl.a t.tt.l...pa I .... I. t. ..I. ....II- i.. .... t
. ". f . , - " 1,'f I" . I , ' 1 1 I , j .iiir
'miiae and m.i t lha robben fire hot
for eh"'
Tha treln hnd flRlfMd a eiied nf
about thirty inllei an jlOUPi end appar
ently nnna or the ''n'n or :"-"motivi
if
it .1
Preebvteiiira Mnepttai rn.'heJ he;
n the iia.-k .if an anttlotd tt"
tnenne of Idrnttflcatlon. w j
'tiir''a whl' h read. Ifur-n'ne i A
M Mat! Maty-nfih tr. wh
bollcB n e nr :ne name of rtie i. -i
.i.iii.n. Tb envelop IKelf Ij. i.
'I I to Mr. K. Krn.eltne I
l .'lrt avenue " :,i p.rian mm r
n I1 my iii.h name f"i' be urn
th it e flre,
Hellred I umber Hae Idea
B. Mihot lirheai ieniy4ia, and
hie hama In flofi letOWB), J
crew knew that a h-ddup w. balni tl of haart iroubU
II.
tampled. A teat ehnt Tied liv flura tt
",.f ire tlie er,hlMira aalnad rlie iii.,1 ,,f
the car wounded one of Iharn Tha 1 r" '
flirht rontlnued ho:, bill ooa llnrgeit'r
helli were ione
The roliliem rt)Md In on h'm end by
e''eer force of numbcre ovcrjiowerel
lilm, atlhOVJail he Kive battle to three,
wlnldlna tba butt of hla abort aholBUn
effecttvelv until conquered The ban-lt'i
rlilbbad the meeeenrer repeated;!, .nU.
In: Whrrc'a that pickaga of mo ,"
Mlaffd n,, Hnraeft rrouefeOil in a romo
of the car while tfe rObbOf I lirutnlly
lieel and kicked bi n. hut the PJMnjaohCaf
did 001 r.'irnl Ihe hldtni p:ace
The bandit eesrehed the oar enre
fUlly, but Mliritelt had hfOH to Wll- f"r
them and they could :i"l Ond what
that aaUEha, Ho they kOftUod. thn elr
l,!-nkra and male anolhoi enre il
aOOfch Mv tbia lime tie train ion
du :or f.-ared "ome'liln, am am a and
he lietfaji an ln ea-laatl-'n Ae the cin-
ctvil war. He la In ihe lumber tiuii-
I .t retired tie hel ,;t.:t .
1 i lor (HIH f-v u i .1 urttn Ii'" I iilf n
Utfv tW4
ENDS HER LIFE WITH GAS.
u "iniii, tatloletO lii 1 wrnlibi'd lliimii
le lilt 1,1. in I 0, , I
f pier, ed i;i atr.rt.
The amell nf eaa laa'i'.iir from a f ir-
iiuruett ! lHahod room at No tta ;: "t Rlaly-nfth
riil'ei. aiira' 111 I or iii;.'ni'"ii ni a
arli'inlglrl, Pauline Iti i hoi. who ra
BOrttd II tt Polli'tuan Ho Uw I'll. Ilreik
Ina In lha d.ior of th' r-.ni, ha found
unennacloua aniitin mi iiu- rtoo,
IIAIK TU1 UIVES r'ATHKIl tlM
rue LAtuu"
H . are Bit atea, i eaf f we l.OOH
People ud ui, by the way wa LOOK.
The men or woman with grey hair
flnnina in fe, in ibe "Old riraer'i Cliaa "
'hi twentieth Century dual NOT waa,
fur I GUEY ban it want tba energy of Youth.
I The lud thuigi ere being done by lha
YOUNOtR daneratioa.
There'i eon o( "Hu tleen" loch
abot.i ihuto "Giey Ham." There lielwaja
one lr criliciM and untie Kornfully.
Puttier Time Ii a itrrn dlicipllaarlan.
Get the bee, of him. Give him the l iu(h.
Do not he, a "Hat Been." Ii'i unncceiaaiy.
ir HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
1 ia kage'. Mha d'ed anon after I" Dl hop of the
....r....,.MHi,,,ott,..i,,,, Wvieww.www -
tl eaW Mr el .. fteeaa er akeaay eaea eereia
' mmd 4il i Her .' rmj 104 er .e
tanh -fm,l. U: aeewIMe Ce.. V.awri. A. J.
CRASH OF V TRAINS
E
MYSTERY IN DEATH OF MAN
IN CELL OF POLICE STATION.
INJURES A SCOR
Qeorf. B, Hill, l-'i.trure of White
Light District, Found Dead Six
Honrs After Reine; Locked Up.
deorge Ti. Hflt a horse trader and
well known flaure in ceilaJn ee.tlnni
of tha V hlte Light dtitrh't. waj lockod
up In tha Wejt Korty-aeventh afreet
latlon. on a charge of intoxication, nt
2 o'clock thin morulne. and Hz houri
arterwurd Uoormiui llaltdn round h n
dead.
r.'r...l 1 1 ... .,v .... mI.IIu ......
i ..i.i.ii.r. nil r.-i i.i-iiKuiri, Willi
Uvea In ecu Durp. S. 1 . and i. bo lay a ruri'.er repnrtee aMth
he w.ih ll.ua compa:iliin from S o'clo 'k
JOVIAL THIEF GIVES
HOTEL A BIG SCARE
- Win Head Force of Nurses to &n
for sii k nnd Woutulctl in Ranks
of Halkan Troops
ATIIIJV.. Crcee, Ooh It -I'rlnceea
tl
i Alio
I Oroaoo, h 1
t. front I
All tht I
WHEN FIFI BARKS
wifa r Piinea Andrew ol
decided to laava at once for
I with a number of nuraea.
dl itlnne here point to war.
a Cabinet maotlnf laatlni ievnr.ii
houri WBJ tel.l thla fnrefooa under
the prealden y Of the Kina.
KNOX IfvTsEATTLE.
(Co:r!:.ued from llrin I'auc.)
a men poti i-
man. h calmly ennttnuod on nla Jriur-
unttl tho hour or pie arteat, waa loilgml I m y nl uin tht lad . Behind him waa
In a cell at tha imir time 1 1 1 11 wail the aha
r t
l Bo beat M. reeterer, ta.600;
O. atrtwar, taa.OQO; laid vale
CoBaraay, tO.OOO; Edwin McCoy,
; Vawaayleaaia lual Compauy,
Bwswevi ranaaaipaia iinuinu wiayaaj,
afbft tba tkMiquot Silk Company,
Wka afgorerate oontrlbutl om at
The more Important coutrlbutluua to
the 108 fund were: William IilHaton,
aTTUiaoei u nia. ei.wu. .imivu a. i.u.iiui'.
H.Nt; Joieph H. Bromley, l'h'.Iadelptila. checker, OX No M Weal One Hundred
OruBdf, ll.OUt: John and Jamei Dohaon, WrUht HoapllaX ribock and a badly
locked up. The efcarti aialnal UcQah
w ia made by Hill hlma.. f. who lPeifed
the former prliee flaliltr fikd robbe-i him
of $i MoCaha wa d'
letrate Kresc.hl, In the. W-St side Court,
later In the day.
loohaa and (ha bolder of lha gueita
nnd In rrunt i an oihmi wind 'W
Two men ware bulking from it. VYIIao i
1 e men at
rew the::-
h. ada mid nn fur cover, Ha otlmbed
inin the room afl'-r tlie'll. Il.'ll Ida 'i l n if
I'ntn tin aulopay ordered by CorontrliKa nanrhtiriiah. Hut when in. snt to
rued by Matt 1 . , ,.!,' .
frrrrlarj un a in Home ,'"pom .la.
finti llrilla in BIO rollllcnl Speech
BBATTUB, W ieh., Oct. 1 1. The
crulwr Man land. hr!ti Hecrrtary of
B ta tl Knox from Japan nnd S"i re'ary
of the Interior l-'lii'ier fl-'tn lloliolulil.
nn Indoor P'.- o( hotel at I arrived to-dnv. Mr. Klaber dellrOO to
-tart for rta'i rrnnrlsco at on and
Mr Knox la RnSloua lo return t" neh-
Ingtoni where Importani mattara await
him, bill the Itepubllean National and
tha st.it,. Commltheaa have nirantf.ai
potlttrni meetlliga In Brattle nnd Port
land at which Mr. Knox will I peak.
Holtzhauatr l performed, the caue of 1 the hall hla ilrataatoin was Jlacovered
HIIPl Hidden death rinn it be da- and lha poaao cloed.
J.): John Bromley t Horn. Pblladel
aiila, K.000: K T. Btoteibury. 13.000:
aweaei ex uo.. eo.'w. ine preaier part Ja:nea MoCartlM
tpi i ii a conirioutiuni eniereu in .Mr
(lotaibury'i account wore r. om ti to 110,). I ,
aaxnuatl Aronowiu, wni had uakel
armlaalon to ttttlfy before the Ca.n-
ealiaae. In reaanl to the allaaad t0 X.J ..enog uv.-nu-,
fraud In the recent prirharlea In
New York City wa. called to-dnv He
id he waa appealed to by a '.'captain" i
B, 8. KoeniK, New nrk county Ke-
chalrman. to drop Ihe Root
.1.' a .. . I v .. ... . . i , miiImi
, BL. I u i, i - - a ' ui . ,i,miw
itft 7
r. ad i-f iu 1 J ii tj nam, iiimpi of
ytuosevflt wutrhrrf".
Injured knee.
Among the other known lnjud are
thlrly-rour, prlvitc
deteclli e, or No. M Went i me Hundrad
Second ureal, epralned ba.k.
Oaorga Lagreem, twenty -eight, engineer,
of Ni). yjj Lanog gvertuoi aoittualong or
race and body: ihag-'e1 liuikliahei.
thlrtyone, bartondi r. Sr No. Ji Waai
line riunarad and Klghteonth atr?t,
cniji nroutidg m.i lacara;ad face, Mra
loaaph Brenton, iblriytwoi or .w KR
Mannattan avenue. a irated fuo ami
front teeth knocked on:; charlag M
Johnson, iwanlyaeven
or Nti i Men una
Thlrty-elxth atreei, face and hjnda 0111
by ibins elaia; John O'DoDnall, twenty.
termlned. Mra Hill, who lived with her i
huiband at the Hotel Mii'ivvell. No. .-no j
eat r irty-nmth nreut, appeared at'
the atntlon ap aoon a the news of i
her hutband'a dotth w aa uummunlcated I
t" her, and Inalated he mual have bean
druirKid or given a blow on the heao
before he ana arreated. The arrant of i
the two man waa made by Policeman
Winter, at Seventh avenue and Forty- j
third niroet.
W ell K iinn it lloctor lllea.
I r Mali.- Ravage Whltmore,
IXty-nna. a :; Umuvn pracilainir nnv
alclan of lied Hank and Oceanic, died
thla mornlnj- at tlie Long Branch Ho.
PltaJ. of pelitonltlg. He WOI born In
.i -V Tori i'it and graduatad from
Polumhlg Me waa a member of ibn
Rlha, laaaona, Rad Men. Knlxht .
PythSai 'l the Minmoiith County
Horticultural Boclely He la rurvlvad
by hla widow, hla father, John I;. VVnll-
more of ttaia place, who la nlnety-tam
yggra Old i hla tnotlier. who la elghtl
ore I, belii ov, I three, ind a lleteri Mra IMwIn Acker.
II ihdred and I ma ti of New York
I'll., in .
il
... mill. in
I waa auppoee.i lu he the. ltonaevelt levi u, li.ipeetor. of Nx Weal i me
Iggder Ui that dlktrlct.'' he e .l I. "and Hundredth (traat, fa e and liundi out:
air. Koenlg augmented aevernl nimi
fte .the poaltlune uf WRtOhar. The
etartion waa f.O'iti'ille.J by Mr Koa
nig " meo"
OOSIVELT BADGES PLASTERED
a OVER TAFT WATCHERS.
Mat Tuft waU'heii at Ci polli m.i -gjperaied
ai Rgoaevelt partlaana waa
gpeertrd by the WllOelg He Bald
JJaoenlg aee.ired a h.-x ' l:.';.,. -
hadyea and luiltoni fioai htm an I
Wlnalered them on Tnfi lii"n. In lu.it
Bilrlel. Ihe wltneaa deviate, I. Rooaevull
Pat leventy-one vote, atai Taft ahOUl
Ine hundred.
'Aionowllr. admitted getting 1000 from
William Halpln. Itooaev It leader, bill
rated an alleged Iggenuatlon of Ogilen
III! ibal It waa 'lied (HirruoMy
"It waa ipent fur .'apialne and
Aaron vineenii Iweni -aix. Kir:.tr, or
No. m West 'me Hundrad atid Thlrtj,.
fourth llreel, Injur, d khaaj Thom.ia
Landag, :' Mv-sia. n, aRainoafi of No.
a Weat )ijo Hundred and Kim aireoti
: face and rttnde cut.
f Theai and a .ioxen m.e-e, who refuao.1
to ftive thai ha ma i and aildroaaaa. wan
attended by Dra, plckena, o'Ne i, Sav-
a and Rygn, of .1 Hood Wr.nh; lloa
pitai. and than weni home of ware .a
i aljgiad away l (rlaudj bvfuia lha gr
Hvgol ibe gmbulgnoeg.
The in. i. a ..ii r. : .ie.t ia ma mo to,
i trouolr on u aorioojunj Nlftlh BVeOUl
train, Which had been inailliiK aloiiii
fui atvargl alatloni Jual iioiiin.t it waa
I a Sixth men ib train u shtrge oi
Muturmtri KfltOgl leriOkaOBa uf No. lal
Well our Uuardeil and Mgyglstlf
' atie t. an 1 Conductor Otorga Alalon
Bneitta ri
tl Ire.
An appi.lla.nl of the eal itu of the late
Rdward m. rihepard, niei in the Burro,
gate s i.tii. e, iii". n,i , ii, today, ahowa
thai Ike lawver poaaOBBed a fOPtUnc or
I $(t.00t ilia real eatata holdlnge, in- ,
' rdu liiiit a houga it No ii Pier re pool t
I -treet. ttruuhiyn, and a home at l ake
lOaorge, w .ere he die i a yoar ago lael i
; June, are valued af 411.0,111111 The te.at !
I coiirrtM of bonda ami at. cka Ij. nal
itatf noiamg coi aniei
Tho Jnpnnaae Bath.
'ir- at the Laadaa Obmalee,l
Una ..f ihe ninvt detailed sounlg of1
I clgare and other alaotlon day ex- i "T '"u -
naea
Frederick W ITpham of Chicago. Ana
Treaeurrr of the Republican
'onnl Committee in I '.'(.
wltnrea. l'pbam anld
avenue train, and : : n In
the tain and fog. Came another Ninth
, , ,,, i avenue train m cnarge ai Motormau
line i Kred Rckhafdl of No tM Waal one
if 104 oampgla?n fundt, in 1 Hundtod -mi forty
lOlhf
lns he waa in charge or lha Weaterii
rgmnalgn with headnttgrteee ,0 PhK.
rgan and collected IB4t,l0.e In ad
dition to thai he received M0.AO0 from
1 I11 lee P, Tnfi nnd retumeil " al file
en i or the ogmpalgn.
I'rnnk I.. SmIC', latein il lte 1".,',
leot-'r at llprlllgnel l. Ill , who
eer of President Taft I prec nventinli
campilxn In llllncla. to' I the cllum' I
lee lint he hnd received 110.000 1 mi I le
Tift Cltib or llllnnli ani ti. 1 un
Pe preaentatlva UeKlniei in init.il
rue". He rocelvtd no at her money, ho I
da -tared
1 I -fa -t
The Howard tm.n pallid into 10 ,
I Hugdrad and fourth atfeat union, and
gtaytsd out again Almoai imrnadtataiy
ihi re waa n reourrea e uf th" moor
Ittotiblo, ami a eewaeoueat'atop. no. a
gon act- irdiggiy t ipped hla sixth avenue
lr.li. . , ..""1, ,t III. .lallu .....
Il'lln- I "" - eiaiHWH, o n
r.i aiiiirui, e imiiu; nii..n 1, tnuughl the
RIEth avenue train wai atlll BlxKttdlag,
end iraahed heavily Into II rear Lefoie
he realized Its nttnttag. '
The Impact derailed ihe front trucks
of the rear train, eauilng a 1 101 1 "ir-
. ill and a lilliidli,K d aj lav of pyrulei ji-
.. . , . nlCBi a ." tne .ik ne w 111 out In hum
V:'lr,""i . ."'.T.."- I " 1 Pttae igeri be.
f hale h( left ' 6 "aimna i R1 oil'
v 'i-n nie aoni nun, wai m nag duty
on the n.ir piaifofg of ih,. blaig nr.
' rue train,
1 .M01: uf lha injure 1 paggengara ar
In VVglah'g nam, eiundoig in 1 no ggea
to aiigatuig Ambuian
hurledly atm out, an.i the
police ieaorvaa came (rom the Weil
One Hundredth iri itgitog un.i.-r
Hirgi Cavanaugh.
Rupt, S H Smith of the inwrbot
oug.i and Trglnntulti w. j. Howe to ik
charge of the rttJUO work and Clearing
the traokli but It wai nearly ttn lour
bi luie (rattle w ta rem in, J on the norin
buuad lucal ;; u .a.
THIEF KEEPS UP RUNNING FIRE
OF JOKES.
Keeping up a running tire of banter,
Wilaon atOOd wl'h I111 bach to tho wall
and fought 1 iff nil aaatnloa, He dla
tribute.! black eyei and Other facial dla
colorallona with a Ire.- band, ai the
-'ami time guarding hlmoolf eo carefully
that Tod a mark uppoirial on him.
Then Rulllvan came, panting from bia
run un ttie Malta
"Oreettnga," aid VTllaon. eirtiy.
I hlocRlng a rirht lo the Jaw. "I Btlt
you'd Uke to arreMt me All right
iKel than.
He took from hla pooktta the pur.
' mined property and returned the nr
I tide ' 10 Mr Poamlrh with n hot. He
Beamed Bitonlihed whao h. aaw the
1 Hull Mnoae btltlnn,
1 "J mlghl h iv known It would brine
I me hard luck I Ihotlgbl '1 "a aome
thing uaeflll." 'te slid.
wn.a m prove.i one or ine franheei
prliontra t il ever fall Into the hm.'a
of 11 New Vork policeman. Rarrlna tr.
I fgcl that be In-late. I . Il iM'illK le' 111 d
1 aotdler of forttma when be waa tatted
1 in give hti nccupathin he waa gmlabll
1 Ry peraonlfled.
"I Mtnetlmoa call myaelf Rogeoe fond.
in honor '.r Prof Roa Pound of Hgr
vard 1 robbeal him vrhlla ha was at
the Kim Rtlwiird Hotel In Toronto, and
he certainly had pome very nice Uttnggi'1
he remaeha I.
w in. 01 .11.1 not haetlgle in ronfoaa lhal
be had lost emer fed from e cell Ip
Philadelphia, He had climbed to Ihi
' fourteenth Boor of the lti-iievijti-str.it
I fori Hotel there, re- leld. 011 ornamerit.il
I atom trlmmlnga left on the front . f
the building by a earolaaa contractor,
iin.l had t ', 1 n ana ited,
ANYTHING TO SAY?" "YEP :
DOr.GONE THE LAPDOG!"
"They go! me once In South Africa
for Illegal diamond halting, " he said.
J. V Pen limits llrnil.
PHU.ADRLPHL4, 01 ll.Joaoph N.
Pew, President of the Sun Company,
oil ftflntra and ia porta ra and formerly
Preeldent of the People' Natural 'in
Company or Pittsburgh, dropped dead
from heart failure In hla office yealer
da) a in was talking to two of his aon
A. K. Tew and J. N. Pew Jr. Mr. I'ew
nf one time wne Hrealden, of tha
Tradeamen'a National Hank of Pitta-
burgh, ills home WliM in llryB MaT.
The la n ,.rnph Kantlly,
iKt'ro I Uf lietn'ft 1'iee I'remi
Tele-
rhono
Photo
Auto
Bio -
I 'IctO.
the Japanoei hath in good native hoielarThai waa thlrteea years
Mlilib have not om-.' undei foraurn
nuance is liven by Mr Htafrord Ran
.one In ".lip.in In Trantltlon." It la
ommuniv a rectangular atructura of
wood, let in so thai ih too i about
lluab aith ibex Ibeo. Illl.al with ell
water through a bamboo tube, and
h.'.iled hp n fire underneath or In ha
aide. It startles, ua to nod that the
water rirelv changed more than om e
or twice a day. Bo that from a BOOM to
a him !n. I or persona ma) Ute the same
Hut Mr Ranaonta tgplaina why thii ti
not th- dirty arrangami ni it aaanta "it
would ha If the Japan Irealtd the
iiath a wi ii.,. lha la I., hi,, aia pin
... wash p; bin tie doea not
igo-uh, v
hi hath for tin purpoae 4f ratlin : ended
I'm thirty-three now, though 1 don't
look ir I heard gatlvea icraaohlng Hi
Africa and paiienti crying on operating
table", hut I never heard a si.und 'Ulte
like the yell Ml. I.IWIill.M let O'lt Whin
." pofntad the toothbrush ai him "
W hen Deputy Coinm a, oner (Jough.
arty Inalnuaitad that Wltaon w.m Lynn
iv orv, who hna an International npu
tutloli lis a hotel thief, the prla iner w.i-
Indlgnaat. He sui.i the Philadelphia
police hoi failed to "ge anything on
'dm." an It would be useless tor the
New York eotOoBtta lo dUPMoata their
lu hurl.
a MBCe j anywilnB ei.-e 1.1 mv : iraaeii rn.-
He geta I Commloalonar! aihon tho nli vloa wa-
fME COVERED WITH PIMPLES:
A SKIN TROUBLE THAT NEEDS
SCII N I IFIC TREATMENT.
Try Thlt Ilcnicdy at Our Itiik.
lit-ii ad of bothering arlth coemrllcal
ami worthlem "beauty formulas" if you
will treat I1i.1t casa of nftnplae icien
liflcall) yon ill get reaulta,
We BUI i-c Using our new akin remeilv,
Siixii Sain . winch ia un sootbinaa ycl
penetrates Ibe akin ami exert it, healing;
power from Hie Vary moment uf appli-.
cation.
Any pure oap nay he ueit with tbit
remeilv- -jual apply Sim. Snlve at
niglit, following direction, Not only
il il cli nr I lie face of pim plea, but
ccenia ami oilier angry itching, scaly
nr iTiiatcil eruption soon yield to g
healing power.
The marked nnd continual Improve
tnent notivtil shortly after the treat '
went ia begun will aism convince you
lliut Shxo halve ia fnr auperior to liny
id her remedy for Hip skin.
If Mill lu not get good resnlta from'
it we pay Darn your money,
AIIRikerandHegrman 1
Stores in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
stores where this blue
and while sign
is displayed:
'f his po.. nf'
11 imughly ara aed all ovi
v.
lapdc
Id WIN. ui.
'Hog
Oil'
tin
"I Never Cared Much for Tea Until You Began to Use
Thii Myattf'otti hiii
tt - .nt V9TH p'ainlv nuf nurn,' m 4
, h iv mtntlone I wii1 -ic. rim ,
jjrir-r-r ff irrh r''ta'R H'iVfrln ';! k
r. UrViork, tlfiMin'1, aiv I ovft'iirn
i'o rri Hnpraajlly hAVp nn lnflunM nt
1 iniirnniiii in. .1 ; 1 1 t . 1 i 1 1
not Ii !luu. hut on 1" 1 u-iu iif
irly pnV"aMitti. TIk :'. t - .i 1
BrownbOatr-li t nothh nf :
- . I .. .. Ileal. ...nla rri a " lha IV h Ian
iRokrt. nrovni in thr nirttory. 1 'i v
r moi u:iplaMir.tiy personal In
BLjiD ly when Emnainet W9t be.ng ;n-
cjsw 0 m e4r
ose
CEYLON TEA
"And now I alwiyi nk fur the iccond
cup. It certiinly (loot tni.tr different f. i
other teal lo fine flivored and io fresh
xnJ ! ore."
Thr.t'x becruie it'i grown, picked, piclted
ind lealed rg Ceylun, and shipped in the
ism.- ..ii light, dust-proof pitkagei that you
tuy 11001 the grocer.
ouy 11001 ttie grocer. a
Flavor and Purity Always 100 u0T0
lla tjui lernts
r J M Down mi $Sfl 'onb
J Ifomes Furnlsheil Complele
aL Room ui $74. 9k !
a I kudins a, $ 24,11
ha flrit day of riatitra-
"u do not raglitir you can
not v te. Regis' i at i mi bootbs win
opiu at 7 A. at and cluse at 10 T. a.
JBest&COa
Extraordinary Saturday Sale
of
Children's, Girls' and Misses'
Coats, Dresses and Suits
Styles and Valuea Superior to the Stror.jercHt Competition
RAINTOAT.S.
8MART POLO COATH .
0HIN0HILLA COATS-
Coats
to 6-year Section
5.91?
7.50
9.75
VELVKTKKN ii:r:ii coats 10.50
DO IT RLE- FACED SPORT
RED HOODED CHEVIOT
COATS
DRESSY RROADCI. OTH
12.75
COATS
9.75
COATS, corduroy trinimod. 16.75
RA iNi'OATS. CANTONS,
8 to x6-year Section
PLAID RACKS
MORE CHINCHILLA COATS
5.95
'A
Mado by a Iiik -lftt boya' Ullor fur sr; chv:k, wornted lined 9e75
DRESS COATS, VELVET TRIMMED CHEVIOTS 10.75
SMART ULSTERS IN SNAPPY ENOLISH MLXTI'RES 15.00;
OIRLS' MATINEE DRESS COATS
In French "hading", of Ziboline, handnoinely trimmed in velvet 19.75
IMPORTED CORDUROY NORFOLK COATS 27M L
EVENING COATS
14, x6, 18 year Section
.... 29.75 RAINCOATS
ULSTER COATS IN SHARP ENOLISH MIXTURES
CAMPU8COATS IN CHEVIOT, BROADCLOTH LINED-
CHINCHILLA AND ENGLISH DOPRLE-FACED CLOTH COATH.
CORDUROY DRESS COATS
7.50
15.00
19.75
25.00
25.00
Dresses and Suits
Colors: navy and
6.75
GIRL8' RUSSIAN DRESSES OF SERGE
Collar tvad culls trimmed with braid, patent leather bolt,
brown. to 10 yearn
OIRLS' ONE-PIECE SCHOOL PKF.S3ES
Of French Serge, collar and cuffa of contrasting colon. Colors: navy, cadet,
wine, rose and white. 8 to 14 yours . aaaBwaa . assaaaBwijawaa 7.75
GIRI' BLOOMER STflTS OF RLTTE FRENCH SERGE
Full plaitod skirt with Russian bloase, finished with silk cord at waist.
bilk tie. 6 to 11 years .. , , ., J375
GIRLS' TAILOR-MADE SUITS
10 to 15 yean -
Of Fancy Mixtures and Diagontl Berged.
15.00,
FIFTH AVENUE
BBanBTanj noa
r. .
4 I
At TCrtrty
isa. s' d "jl

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