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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913.
rr ALLEGE SWINDLE IIPTTPfk ntS1n BMWM Nh H HH M III hi, SlSwl ILV I I1UIIIUIL.II $250,000; IS HELD If w W J sw R Baw RgT Detectives Shadow William H. Cole tor Weeks Before Making Arrest. TRACE GOLDEN STREAM. "Fifteen Pounds of Butter for $3" Scheme Also Chartred to Man Now in Toils. William H. U r. whu. In MlUtl ywld eaerstlniis In Hi last few yriri, la wlil to live jOtgd upaanl nf :!$i,Oi for hunil . he never dHlwrsd, was ar isetad lo-rlay by I'ost-Offlr. Inspector on a ben-h warrant. The arrest MU trade as h entered the Federal Hilld Infl to ilen,i against hla removal to Philadelphia. whore ha la wanted In connection w:th a "fifteen pounis for butter swindle Cor tlnee yeara ever since tue Mu tual Urokeraae 'omjia n y. one of i'oKi'i moat p"iflt;ible ventures, waa bt.nglit tn New Vurk from l'.illa.l:phlii--War-ran yft Dixon, hief poat-oftle inmwiof in Now York, .a;- ii. en on the pro moter a tmi), hut there aceine.l n, aM. eillr art of wMtuMaty on whic h he ould lay liia rlnirei-. Inspector hay f..nvei cl through snift awning In the w ., i r Light dlatrtet, where :ie spent hln raonev aa freely at It Ogm to him: have kept watrh f..r days at h.s pala tial home at Mm si-mere. .V J . and at lila New York offices. Ilndlng no w.iv to ihck the golden It Mama whl.-h pour,; into hla f reejWI I J SWINDLED PUBLIC BY BUTTER "AD." IS CHARGE. Once, when toy tranafarrad their business to Toronto, the Inspectors 'o!. lowed them. After thit there waa a aM by the Canad an authorltlea and Cole fled. Involved with Cole !n hia trouble la Albert lUngharn. who was as.-nrlated with Barnev .rhrftela aa literary fnan'" and wJio described himrlf ua s "Journal!!.'' IHngham waa rn"tl with Cole, at tba toques! of the I'hllu datphta autlioritus. It was charged ty had collected several thousands of dollars by offering to sell fifteen pO'uid of exrellrnt butler for U. and never had delivered the butter. The Mutual Brokerage Company, a Oakawar corporation, was Installed in ejBcea at N'o. 77 BnMkfl street, New Yor k, t the Bummer pf MQ, after it h, en operating In Philadelphia. The company aareortlsed extensively, offcrlra; to aell cheap, unlisted curb atocka on the In atalment plan and promising delivery if the stock:. In twenty month. Prior to June, ML the Poat-Offlce In gectors had been Investigating mm complaints from persons who had dealt With Cole. They naee-rteri he had failed to deliver the atocka h! the stated time. The axe usee, made by Cole the inapectora recognised as the usual rtaOfta of bucket shop men. Not long alter tnat Coin went to Can ada, bag and bagguge. taking alonw t lie Mutual Brokerage Company, Inc. Illng ham's nephew went with Cole on thbj .nuiiiuiL. ... .1 v. iu it pini wntii ine Canadian officers raided the "oom pany'a" headquiirtera. Cole, returning to New York, estab lished himself a) No. M Liberty street aa "John F lllgglnx 0 Co." The osteri alble John V HUrglns Li n former tate Menator of Pennsylvania and, acc irding to Mr. Dixon, he was promised 110 a month for the use of hla name. This, Incidentally, was never delivered. POST-OFFICE RECEIVES MORE COMPLAINTS AGAINST COLE. HlgMlns r Co. had as tlielr mission the wile of bonds on t ie InatalhBWl plan, and soon more comrdalnta of non delivery came to the pos'-nffK . Mr. Dtson, Kept bj oaRIIng te hnloall. tlaa from making an immediate ariest. raked OVr Cola'g nasi. He found. In Rrookhu. a man named William Pfrlell dar. WhO bad been h euatomr : of the Minimal Brohergge I vertised Its wlltlngm Og atoek Pfrlend. i had takei ternalloiiul I. iRshar company, worth UU, tionowed UN, Uadar, Ignlng hlOJiaglf as aayliiK lha nut uad which iso ad II to make loans lines of t ie In- aad Development to Cola, and had Cola wrote In h'lll, Alfred Bingham." come into bis po seaslon mid thai lie wished to liquidate ut. The BrOOgiyn man serapen logeiiier vnt. ami gava II to the iui d Bingham, w.io promlaed to pend tbe oiiater.ii to tim m ii Cea days Wi rndar sa- in- never got the stoek. Cole win be irrglgned bafora Judge Maitin. Wunday in the meantime, be will be held on the nail in the C . i . . .1 I j.ii.a case BRITO' S WILL GREET FLYERS WITH BULLETS. New l.aw Porbldi Alien Aviators Crowing t he Country Un heralded. IOXUoS l-'e I, Is -The Aerial Navi gation bill hta motived Ihe royal assent and bggOBtti opefgtlvg at once. I''or aifa aire grill flow cross Kngland at their peril unless lllgir pilots declare ha objed of ibalr lourney, Hhould in(u .... m'H rmtw fiiv.il AmtlivmmAm or graenals. they ale lla.e IQ o .-hot. aire ran pgaglng pronlbltad plgoga III be named by sni.ike signals osfore Ihgf are Hied at. Roogglg or Kgahllfbta . sill be used at n 1 u lit. Kxperlments are ll progress to find the best guns fur use gfaUiit aUarafl. Doctrine of Efficiency a .... Add if d to Vf M fee The Very Rev. Walter Taylor Sumner of Chi cago Explain the The ory and Working of His Plan to Compel Cou plet to Show a Bill of Health Before They Can Marry. It Must Be Signed by a Physician and Prove Both Are Mentally Nor mal and Free From In curable and Communi cable Disease. Marguerite Mooers Marshall. The application of the modern doctrine of eflolenoy to ihe aa oleat laatttaUoa ef uutiafil Just that la the now and arreatlng Idea preached (and practiced) by :na Very Iteveiend Walter Taylor Humner of Chicago. Dr. Sumner la dean of the Cathedral of PS. Hater and Paul, super intendent of the City M.sslon of Chi cago and head of the. clty'a Vice Com nileslon. Almost a year ago he atartled the whole couatry by calmly announcing that in the f.iMre no one ..ould be mar ried In his rhnrch who a as unable to presint a certificate of mental and moral health, agued by a reputable physician. At lrg lie received butacant enoouragenieut. New York clergymen, I NRMMbai, tnoslly us.hu. .ml the attitud' which Ig best expressed in Ihe phrase, 'Dear me!" HERE TO EXPLAIN THEORY AND WORKING OF HIS PLAN. lint Dean Sumner persevered in his I applied eugenics, and now lie :a lt this city, by special clerical Invitation, to explain the theory of his remarkable plan and Ibg manner of Itg working out. I found him at the Hotel Walcott, a ltf pnsingly young looking man, aquare IhOUldamd, aqitare-Jawed, quiet In speech ami deliberate In movement. There Ls a Miggeation of reserve even In his earnestness, which adds to rather than detracts from its strength. And here are Ihe rules according to which. In Dean Sumner's opinion, can didates for matrimony should qualify: 1. Both moat have beea baptised, a. neither may hava a 41 to re ad husband or wife UriBg. g. gome one knows to the oMd atlag clergy moat Toaah fo the identity of each. 4. They must bring at laaat two persona who know them to act aa witaeesee of tbe ceremony. g. aoh must present a cerHg cate properly signed by a repntable phyelciaa to the asTaet that ha or aha haa neither aa lac arable nor communicable dlesaes and la mam tally normal. g. arrangements mart be made at leaat three daya bafora the day appointed for the ceremony, la or der that the baaaa may be pnb 11a had at three pabUo eerrlcea at the chtuxh. "I have alnaya wondered," T aald, alien the Uesn showed me this list, why the churches that are eo keen against divorce should make no at tempt at a proper regulation of mar riage " CONCLUDED TO MAKE HI8 OWN REGULATIONS. "ggetly." he nodded. "As a matter of fact, there are hundreds Of divorcee) duo to the fart that one of the parties Involved was physically unfit at the time or the marriage. For a long time I had been speaking and writing in fa vor of atate regulation In this .matter. One day It suddenly occurred to me that 1 nyggll waa marrying paopto right long and that I needn't marry any one whom I didn't consider fit lo enter into the atate of wedlock, in short, I rv. Used that in my own church, at least, 1 nocdn't wait for otvlo regula tions; I could make my own. The other members of my clergy agreed with me, and w drew up our rules. "Now more than fifty ministerial tseo eUMtoBI have paased resolutions tinging their members to lake up a position sim ilar to ours. More than a wore of tho mosi p-oinlbcii' medical organiaatljne and the American liar Aaauolatlon are working for legislation ato.ig the lines we bgV4 Indicated. The social eer.lce commissions all over the country are coming Into line. No Judge in the Btgta ol Kansas will niarrv a man or agggn who rgnnol show a medical certificate. And live State, alrea.lv ale considering statutes which worli toward thia end As for my own athelral, the marriages lukliiu pace there, taste more than doubled in number.! during the Itat year. "The Chicago clergyman who ias i barge of ths most faahlonabte wad dings tn the city told me that be nad boon aked many time if he required health certificates, lie replied 'No. but I am strongly in favor of the.r being offered.' And his siingcallou was fjl lowodi in avari cast. Clergymen who do not reel 'h'U they have Ihe right to i xerclie . ompu'.sluu cf.n do much ny encouraging the presentation of a irh'ni I II of health. I'Vir when anion, a augges- , tlun la made, and th.-ta Is no ruponis, the caae fooks decidedly sueplolous." Dean Humner pgufod, and I glanced . aiialn at the maiti mun.al icgulatlona , complleil by It 1 1 a . 1 "1 gather that runawu. matchaa,' 101 are opposed 1 rernsrked. "Bo encouragement ahould ho given to elopements," ha declared, rigorously. "They are too oftsn the precursors of unhappy anions that ead In the divorce court. They are undertaken by eery yoaag, Ir reeponalble persons, and are fre gaaaUy One ta taspalaee of the haa- Marr aae emfe-l WNMWMMMMMWWB)WWWB , mi gWjaw'tbaR1' aa eerione aa marriage ahould be andertnhsn only after the most earofal and deliberate refleeUoa, aad ahould be aarronnded with all proper dignity. "My Tlewe about marriage have been criticised aa Interfering with trne love aad the spirit of romance, at I cannot feel that to be the caae. Trne love implies a desire for the well-being of the beloved, gfo maa who loves a woman la going to aak her to marry him If he un derspends that their onion may re sult la death or lifelong invalidism for her. But It will take a certain amount of education and regula tion to bring home this understand ing to everybody. "Why should we do less to eafe guard the business of begetting life than we do for all eorta of vaatly lean Important business? For theee enterprises we require licenses or reputable flnanolal backing. But If any maa wants to gat married he goes to the County Olerk'a ofgee, wholly unknown there or unvoncu ed for aa to character, responsibil ity or anything else. With him goss a similarly unknown, unvonohed for woman, gfo matter what their mental, moral or physical condi tion, they get their license, and If they can pay their fee or ret aome body to trust them they are mar ried. "The aaat generation looke on for itaalf. There are 900,000 people In hospitals all the time, aad 3.000,000 abnormal people la one pnbllo Institutions, coating the Btate gaoo.ooo.ooo a year to care for them. This human wreckage la increaelng far boyoad the per centage of increase of our popula tion. Isn't it time to think of pre vention, aa wall aa palliation?" "And you do not think that putting restrlctlona on marriages will enoouruge Immorality?" "If the rule I mako In my church became a national Btw Mere sOtlH still be common law marrlagen. I do njt put forward tho health certificate as a panacea for all social crimen Hut I do beUora that Its general adoption will be a long step toward the single atandatd of morality." NOTES OF THE THEATRES. I. Minn Russell Is 111 at her Pittsburgh home with acute tonnllltls. De Wolf Hopper bj to be the goat of the Friars' dinner March 3J. Hot stuff la said to be brewing. The Syndicate ;,nd the Hhuhtrta hive agreed to trv a peacefest. They will start by divvying In four cities. Hoslon, Chicago. Philsdelphla and St. Louis. Mrs. H. V. Martinsen sr, Miss Mary Shaw and other women behind tile Woman's .National Theatre Idea are plau n'ng to build a l,3ut)-seat house In New Yorli. with a roof or movies. In which the highest price will be tl.CO. At the Century Theatre Club's next social day, Keb. gj, Mrs. Mwgfd llowsrd will rend a paper on "Cuiuedy" and Miss J.'BSia K. Watson give a one-act play. Presldent-i lect Woodrow Wilson wag given an ovst.on Isst night at tho Ht laero, where ha had a box for ' Veare of Discretion " The Smith College a.umnae "Pg o My Heart' matinee at the Curt yester day uettad for the college endowment fund 11,101) from seats and Si's) frorn candy. Theodore A. I.lebler ties guiin to Ber muda for two weeks. "The Dili I 1eft Bablnd Mg" leads "Liberty Hall" by a majority of abuut two hundred for the Empire. Twentieth enui eraary. Dorothy Parker, daughter of Louis' N, I VggkaWi tbe author. Is to play Asrnatn I in "Joseph snd His Hieiuren " Lily Cahlll leaves to appear In "A Mini It.' lids " The cable- agy bbe erltloa aiw not en - tbuslastic about "Ask QuOgbtiry farce by T Merbert Lee about three pretty WOD1M and twu distracted hus bands, produced by 07oae)Ofl Ofoggmlth at the London illohe last night. Prlscllla KnOWlM becomes William Pol's lead ng woman at the Star Keb. : "Bought end Paid Fr" win be seen In Ixindon March II. Willlnm A Brad opens wlih 11 at the New, wl:h A an Ayneawoilh. Alexandra Carlisle, Alice Crawford. Wordaworth Oold snd Krana Oravnn In the oait Nat Uoodwln hag sold three IgbJ of real nstate in Han Kranr'sco In order to suusre up with Edna Ooodrich. On one of the lota he had plenned to build a haiids-ime home overlooking the ocean. I Mlee Jessie Wilson la lean, 1 Mrs .1 Borden llnrrlrnan nnd Mil I Jessie tVllenn. dauf lter of Prasiden' j elect Woodi ow Wilson, were visitors .it the Children's Court terlay. tQO ' sat oeatae juguse iioyt gj na Heard REGULAR MORNING BOMB EXPLOSION BROOKLYN? YES 1 W WB 1 Ills I Bam f And the Ashcan of Guistppl Slldlw Is Now a Mass of Ruins. HA bf.l Nvenlng World telephone rings, incited vo'-e from the other end : "We've Juet had our sixth bomb ex plosion In a month over here In Brook lyn!" "Did It wake anybody up? "Certainly it did. Ureat excitement. Doxeua of families hiked to the atreet In tholr nighties. Police running about, children crying, broken glass all around -'ots a-dolng for a while." "Where did this botut) go offf' asked the reporter. "Right In front of Ka. 6 llpenear street 1n OulsepfH fluclle'x aah nan. Who la Qalggggdl Why. he Is the man who keeps s grocery end Uvea on the grourd floor. "Want the namee of Ihe people who Itw on the aecond floor and aomeB tba atreel? No? Wntl, the bomb oirt loose about 1 o'clock, broke most of the glass In the building ss well as the Windows across the atreet. and i-ulned the ash can. Nobody hurt. "Ouiseppl got several letters from the BISU'k Hand demanding Hot) anil paid no attention to them. Th irsday came t no laet saying as he bsdn't done his duty hie grocery would be blown tip. This niorn.ric they tried to make goial, Did 1200 damages. AH r detectives from the Vernon avenue elation had cns.se I the people bMk Into their homes the. wenl out to look for the bomb throw eri." , "lley? Vou say did they get 'em.' Nope. Aln t tula Brooklyn? OETECMTRAMP, TRAPSTWO BURGLARS Captured Pair Believed to Be Responsible for Recent Safe Blowings. Two men were arrested lu Brooklyn early to-day by a squad of Deputy Po llen Com m laglonif Dougherty's men on suspicion of bnlng responaiblo for many recent eafo-blowlna; Jobs In Manhattan tuui BrOOklyW. 'I'he men were on a burglary expedition when naught. William Uol Jeniilth, known to ths po lice as I'utoaky, and mid by them to have, shu ved time, baa been trallaii .sev eral day.- by Dntoctlves Clulre and 'ill day. Claire, disguised as a tramp camped on tioldsmllh'a trail and at 2.3d o'clock 'hia morning aaw him nnd Joseph Hiilklezloe. who says he Uvea at No. 2U4 lilaft Tenth atreet, Manhattan, on Chaum-ey street, between Ralph and Patch, n avenues. ialr tslepiioned to Ollday, who with other detot'tlves .lumped Into an auto, mobile and aped for Hrooklyn. Uy the time they arrived Ooldamlth waa out of eight, but Uulklralcs waa on the lookout" for him. The detectives gTabhed Hulk esc a and verged him They wultwl gtl lioui. when (loldeimlth was caught coming out of No. Zis Bambrldge elreat. llotli were taken to t e Italali aVOnUl police gtgtlon. A Jlmiio, falgg aey and an olOOgWfl flaaii ligul Were found mi Bulklaalon. Tho door m no. 33s llalnbrldtfe street had baen opsiul w II. a Jimmy. The prisoners were n. id on a Ohgrgl of atiempted buiglary. TROOPS AWE STRIKERS IN KANAWHA REGION. Miners Pall to Keep Threat to March on Wrt Virginia Capital Many Leaving District. OH.VHLKSTON VV. V , Keb. IS.--With two 'oinpanlea o' the West Vlt glnla National luard on duty In tho .apltnl cltv and Ave hundred sollleri scattered through tho strike rlddon sec tion or ili.- Kanawha coal ruglun, QhWi QlgggOOOh and Adit. -fieri Klllolt to-day (II they had the situation well In band No dlstui ban' - a wore reported during I tl.e night and officers In tlie field nul l f at many miners were leaving the II. trlet. Q ule sm also reported from th north bank of the hianawha Rive-, whers rhe men l ave baen holding mee' Inas and were sail to be prcnarttai In 1., - !, i..i and eien.ee.t .a. release of Mother Jonee The sgel woman - being cared for a' the raal leiije o" Dr. Huniford at Paint Greek Junottogi and Is not under guad, her pgrolg and th egeneral piovlslons ? the martial la W proelsinHilon heilriB deemed a IT. Tent by the mlHtery Heal Itching Skins 1 ETHEL ROOSEVELT'S El AM E. WHO WON HEIt II) HIS HOItSEU iXSHIP, am "B asw LtI I 1 lSTl II fli T)R RICMaVPD OeRfATT DR. DERBY GALLOPED OFETHELROOSEVELT Excellent Horernandiip of FK ance of Colonel's Daughter Hirst Won Her Regard. It was his ablMty ae a homr-men that flrt Inciined Mi.sa Kthel Carew Roaee 1 volt, hereelf an ardent lover ot iiorsea, to consider fsvorublv the ggti of lr. Ithrhard Derby, a the rn.-nda ot the couple whose nnrageinent n. recent ly announced declared to-day. Mies Ethefn oplnon ref a mollyroddle waa aa marked aa that of her distinguished futher, and moat aamuredlv there Is nothing of the despUMal "woakllng" about Or. Derby. Aa an oarsmuti he, made )ln mark at Harvard, rowing In the I'rilvearalty eight. He waa ulao one of 'r: -neon's gridiron herons, playing halfback on the eleven. Hie clenamatae thought so much of blm that they made him first mane bed of the olaaa at the commence ment In '03, wi loh la about aa high an honor aa van be bestowed on a colla flan. Dr. Derby s wooing may be drw rlbed gg a "bOOtl and saddles" gMhlr, It waa largely coiuluoted at Ihe Meadowbrook Hunt Club, at Kookaway. and at tho Piping Rock Country Club in October daya. Dr. Derby's, ability In the anddi. also .'iiri-.l hint A wnnn friend In Mlaa I it!, el a ftiihor, gfl o. na numeroiiH ph-i-tigia.pliB attest, is somewhat of a 1st fer day Centaur hluiseif. GIFT FOR HELEN TAFT. Big ICrleade Present ..old Hand haa as Ksrewell Token. WAHIIINUTON. Feb. UV sXHrl friend 0l Miss Hel. n Tuft havj pri o nted iier w'th a farewell gift In the shsne. of a rrngnirirent gold handbag studde.1 with gmgttygtg. Virtually all her close friends wererepic ssnted In the presen tation, ehlch wis altogether informal. The President' daughter una deeply arrncted. idle. Taft linn epent almost sll ot her girlhood In the national fahPttgli liar fattier timing here in 'V as Mollcltor Oentral of the Departniint of Justice, and with the esceptlonuf ronr yeara spent in tlie Philippine as tiuvernor Cieneral having realded her ova since. "The Precious Lives of Little Children" Are often sacrificed through carelessness. At AH Drufgi'tt anil Department Sfores. GEO. BORGFELDT & CO. Ntav YORK CSMCaVaO BAH iBAHCISOa FLAG 0F GREECE WAVES OVER CRETE. POWERS WITHDRAW iiieJ Control of Sfnce 1898 linjs- lu Island -Turkey's Colors ( some Down. laivi.os i h, Ti'e itowneoj of tbe Mritlah nublio in eubscriblng to the AI'IIKNat, Ureses. Keb ir.. The Island ''dads being rs.ed f.,r a tnemorlsl to ? 'Veto was flua.lv evarusted by tlie'"eP'. Hoiwil I". sVotl snd his iOIii ade protect'ng powerg. flicat Hrlluln. Rue- Mb Kranre and Italy, i,. dav, when the Oreek neg was holalgd amid enth isiastle demunatiatbans uy the ttlUl I Tn. Britleh cruiser Varmo ith this i i . . . ,, morning lauded a detachment of blue isclato and marines In Mode Bar. and these men hauled down the flags of the Powers, which hav flown smoe IM, es well aa that of Turkey, wl!h full mill- lery nannra The flags were hen. lei omr lo the t'ontule of the rOggOOtlVg coin Ities. that of Turkey being plsi ed Ig c.iaige of the OgffgtM 'otis ile'e. irtngMaaa immm, , . ' ' " """" ! what alarrnlst editorial I. ,.M1M,1 to J vj llir ,...iiiij,,i.hi , I ii e oia'' ' the A.tatro-llungarlan lie'r apparent, Arrhduke l-Vans fei.l,nand Tie writer declares thst the days of the confer ences between Ihg AggbgaagdOl s of the giest Kuropran Powers In London are numbered as tba differences existing be tween the AmlNussdors of Itussla snd Aiietrla-Hnngary on Akbanlsn ggggUggg I are fsr too greet to be bridged o . sr by such mesne I It eoncludee that the laindim confer ences OOUld not be enpectewi to OtsOOeOd In effecting thai whl'-t the tnji'lon of Pr'nce Hohenlnhe - Watdenburg Si hill Ingeftiarst, who carried an autnaraph letter from Ktnpi ror Krancls JOOOgh of , Austria to I'lmpnj-or Nirholaa of Itue-la. failed to achieve. FIVE MEN YELL FOR AID: FIRE ESCAPE NEAR BY. TllfV niilll't know What It Watlhorbood of ItrLslol hag brought MUM ,. . ... ,, . 1, , rOf anJ lla.l to BC UUItIM I jnu-n M a small nre in a ragKiior) In tbe baaecnent or No. c cin-yatie niraol to day flv men le.med over the roof of the building and vailed for help a fran tically as If the fire were presalug them from all sides. Directly honagth them was the nre es cane, but they didn't Umrw wh it it. was for. OwlUg to thg gOQgggtOd lo.ulli v two alarma had been eent in, and with the atreet full nf apparatus, firemen and policemen there was grent excltesnnnt among the Co-mends of inhabitant when men PfoWgOOn on th POOf, The croWdl sbo-.iled to the men not to Jump, and tho flromeii tried to ludloai there waa no danger and to com on down Ihe Are escape. The Ave men imply kept yelUng. NllgUy nattallon Chief .Marshall had to go up with a man or tn'o and guide them from rhs 1..0' down ervwn stnties, while the nroeed agsplaieied. The Areinen, includ ing TiU4 Kenlou and Deputy lllnns, n JuM'.l the Joke. The blase dUI not go e.txivo tiie flft floor rf thn bona and did only tz. damage. The fiv.i men on the roof were workers In Jacob llpauner'a clothing storei on tlio fourth tlonr, who sleep 'n tne building to guard I'. OFFICERS LOST WITH LINER. rise Drannrd Wl.en steamer Was Sunk III Collision. HAJdlllJlU.. 'ienmitii. I'b. 15 -The flvu officer of Co Stetlin tVf Chris tian la were drowned when thi Ir vessel gauk after being Mil down last nigh' b the Oerman teamer Oal.-ila during a deiaie fog off riorkum The fbri-.tlsnla found rod three minutes after the colli Ion. The saUois and itokar! nlntaji in number, rn.-aie-d In the a upa bo i's A NEW MAN d- .ltT - f No 75 TMII tt,, Sew i TlUtiUtal With It) ti - nD Tis'k "Pur i g k lM rraitntlnlU ttld flt-tof.!. snu c!imlon to ty luqwjfi ran, r lauaWdtUMy fouiiU rt rUi f frnm - ub. T ftfl Ilia i,f duui r.fff I " I twedrig tJtcm. woiill nor now tw wtitiout tbu. Th .u sUtM fakiului ! uetl U) tm bsm wtlr.lT ,j K '.-grw-l ii dni iiiU Vfti tell rn i , r1uauruin hu -i ntirtly. I akn ai m' -i if uir m ' 'ni'frt will 11 Mniway'a I'llb a tiHftl thr will 9s7sm$ 'iiroi 'hin R adwas Pills ess sll dhjenlfei -i tea rt; ..t. I, Uejf, Hoi..;. gitrTS, BlS'ltr, rare fHlniS, I'llre nil, rolJSNF.H.S, IMiK.bVnuN', fXiSlWrtPATION. lie A UOS. AT UHl.'ljitlHTD 'IK MX ItSll. RADWAY flt CO.. H rim St., IN. V. Children should be taught at an early age to rinse the mouth thoroughly morning and night with "0D0L" The germ of Diphtheria is ever a deadly menace to the Uvea of children, it enters through the mouth. Tho constant use of "ODOL" as a mouthwash is the SAFEGUARD that renders a child prac tically immune from attack. Pleasant to the taste and delightfully refreshing. "ODOL" will also harden the gums and keep the teeth in a healthy condition. There is nothing "Just aa Good" as "ODOL." Price SO Cents. ENGLISH ARE SLOW RESPONDING TO CALL FOR SCOTT RELIEF FUND t 'p tt Onlv MOjOOO Ha Been Subscribed Debt ol JM So.oorj Must Also nk Met. ln died ,.n tne eaped.ti.iu to the .Mouth 'nle. la cs is ng ui I 'll ehsgr n. Iinlv '""lt NMg has t ins fsr been olleet-.l ( " ' '" "r ",r H'Wsl nr tbe . n !.' ""'"" The dllstoMoes, of the pub- '.spouse aitf bitted to th. Bull , , I geicit of the soon es of rollei t'on. ehl h Ihj many MMg .p ' If the llrltisli people want tn raise I money to aid the families of i spl. IffOH and Lha men who died with him III tCe 1 1 1 . r- n... tn,. ahoilld first Hlaksl IIP the deflc i m Ihe cost of ths ettpe- iHMn, accordiim la leird naraoa, ive.i-1 d.nt nf.he H ..... I 1. .igriai.lii si Moeleit , . . " - ' In a public letter lewd ''iis.m ae . s mat tnere is set ii,isj due on tbe .ost . t, ,.., e.pedltlon. and that .-., ! Hcott pledged the prtvaia f.tonee of nimaelf and his wife ggalagl the geld The ..blow of tie ep,ocer wdl be re. sponsible for the money unless it Is da up In gome other so says lend Co 1 son s aogtinanh'atlatv Irurthor deggeYtcben from Chrlgtohnrob i Ind cabs thst some degree of MgthM ! HOD iievalls smoug tne survivors aixiard the rel.ef ehlp Terra Vuvt. Im- ause of the su.eoh lon spread about tne death of loot) and bis men Cawimandei Mwari tt ti it nuns lo usy, nuwever. . bars, let ised as "cruel and andatuus l ea naMrd n irreapon slhle persons" the suggest Ions of In terns! si life In the Hcott parly and the "iiggoriggglod foi ' shortgga or fuel. n tlaa iniignuniiv denied that tharo. Wgg sm thing NgphelolM sbout the dea'li of Pott) officer Bvani. bNrtaMT 111 111. ks. iVmoi tlie Ixnalisi t'lmaiale ) A h.ni of ancient Brblt.e . tn. . .. J(. I oilier confeaslons rf .-oii.eule.1 tress- Uraa, There is a ' ngghn" itiMe f KU". a ' lllshop s Hilda" of IM In a nouatry I'Ottage, And ati'ither dad iiil, which me owner, being a gg ir man. would like to sell That uteo is In good condition. They hound their MMtg sraf when printing was young, and that I. poaslhlv in secret of their preserve. t 'on. ii TO THE OREAT HEALTH PROBLEM When you -do not fecras weU uottboaloWThcn you lack appetite, energy, strength and ambition when the liver is lazy and bowels clogged, causing sickness and suffering, ygju awaaiM try m battle ar HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters Nature needs assistance today and to neglect the matter only invites sickness and trouble. Tba Bitters has helped thousands ol sickly people and will help you. too especially so in cases of POOR APPETITE SICK HEADACHE FLATULENCY CONSTIPATION The Adventures M l ) 'Inri.roeail.ra tt4" Ail, Is estate la ffce Morulas er anerfer Wrtg h srU a . Isculaiiiii. lu Sew T..cL i lls greale. Tlwa II iiulilia.a la ihe Hrtmtd. r I. Tbi)m-ii.- seal i-i. rfiMMla'KH. MOVE TO OVERRIDE THE TAFT VETO OF II Members of Boih Houses Take Action W hich Mav Re Suc cessful In Slim Margin. M laVUVOTON, Keb II Ilnuae and bOnttg leade-s, S'aise.l t'v I'reeldent Taft's disapri'm ii of the Uurnrtt-Dlll-liiilum Immigration hill, begsn making e rgnVggg tn il.i preparatory to an effoit to pas It eVOf bis veo Honatoi l.od, who wee leading the movement In Ik Xnate, de Isred h though' II roasiuie of a. -mptishment and Bftpasajd to force a i Issue Monday. I nmedlatelv after lh disposition of the I'nnnei tlrui It rgf dam lull I.Ike plane Were heina made In the II., use. Lead, n In bot places de -Isred that If pa.., Ve ,,. praoMaat'a veto it wnui in. b a nariow margin. POSLAM RELIEVES TIRED, ITCHING, CHAFING FEET. 1.. 1.:.... ... . 1. .. t . .... ... ..i.r,,i f... 1 , .. .. S . V..". " 1. I I lie- ii--" trg i"iam g.rlf H'lll BIIH agger spaits are sooa healed. Krarma ixrurring on any part of the body. ar, tetter ami all akiu affections are SO quirkly me tereil Bj ibis perfect remedy that to laag endure llwir ilivomfnrte is unnece.ar . Poslam is antiseptic, sonf hiag. rooting inlene ami live in healing power It cannot poeeilil)- hsrm and .InoiM lie use. I unheitalingl v in all i-on.rii ins. The ilaily Msg of Pt)Sl.AM S41AP. an absolutely iu re anap meilh alcd with I'nslam. is of inestimable braedt o all whose kin i subject to eriiptional triniMes. Soot hes teniler skin, never ir ritates: ideal foe haby' liatk, l- t shampoo for ilaadruf f . All druggists Mil Poslam tprire. .r canto) and I'oslam Soap (price, i ' gggitg), Kor free samples, write to t he Kmergeni v Laboratories, If Went tSth Street, New York City. I Immigration bill the Answer'9 INDIGESTION COL Da, flRIPfE AND MALARIA i of One-Dollar Bill Adventure 19 i an feeling vrry lonely, all Rt world venied dirk M bUtn 1 lii i drifted far twty Irum all ttis old Mka tn j r 1 knew, tn.i --ntficr. ilgtgfS, counlnt vit- trr-M norm, mmn, eitt rrai .-e' I looftgd ! meet tnd frrt tliern t'i ": rfiat I ban lovrJ tne tnt. lhr li'.'.d thit'." Wmld ads. brought Hi stiinil out foremost In my mnd, So why khoukl liuv now fill me in seeking: kin and klnd An l...'tMlHiii WaMte.1" WnrM nuit sirrelf tsnd t!if tet ft d ill and brought i.t answers from rtio I !uea Mil i-r ' 1 i p mi sw-aa