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TH1 IVINIVa WORLD, IUAY, TTTL 11, Hli. MULHALL STORY BEARS ON CONGRESS FHfflBBEY S. V(xxl McClave, Acctised by Him, to Be Called as Witness. WORK FOR 'UNCLE JOE.' Manufacturers Were Especially Anxious About Election of the Ex-Speaker. WAfHIlNOTOV, July II -The Benat lobby hturtrra t ! Interrupted CuL Muihall'a story of hi actlvltlee aa Idobylat far the National Association of Manufacturer : .hi; enough tu ummon 1. Wood Mr-Clave of Orantwood, N. J., a a witness in he testimony ye.terJay Mulhall had described hla efforts In MO to secure th . Ir.- .,.n of MoTlava ovtr William Hughes In the Hlxth Congress District of Nft Jersey. Hugh la now a I'm led Htates Menalor. Mulhall Ic eland that he paid nearly all of Me Clave expensee aa the Hepublloan can d-late Ita railed Mct'lavo a "tight wad' and made other statements not calculated to benefit the Orantwood high Merer A special election Is to be held In th Math Jereey dlatrlrt next Tuesday on account of the death of Judge Martin, the Democratic candidate who was elected over McCtaye last fall. At the special, election M -Clave la again ths Itapublloan nominee. A. C. Hart Is ths Democratic candidate. Mulhall got a little ahead of his ret u lar"ftory In going over the McClave In cident yesterday and the Republican members of the commutes accused ths Democrat of playing poUtlos with a visa to the special election next Tues day. The committee decided to-day to call Mct'lave at once. Before M n 'lave waa summoned afulhall described how th National Association of Manufacturers' proposed to concen trate Its energies. If necessary, for the rsrolecttoo of former Speaker Cannon In ths lMt campaign. A letter bearing est Cannon was written to Mulhall by Secretary Hohwedtraaa of th manufac turer! on Aug. 17, IKK. and declared aa eaargte. would be concentrated In Can aan's district "If there la th slightest occasion for It." A latter dram Mulhall Is) former Representative tofidanilagw er N'ew Jersey aald th manufacturers bad flld -work era out la the unsjssjii in jany Mow Jersey. PiaaaodTaala And thdlana districts. Senator Road questioned Mulhall about Congressman Bart hold t "I always md si stead ssabwadrmta and Van Cleave looked after Bertholdt, and that th biowoiy lnteresu helped." retired Mulhall. TABLE MMIKETTI BILL, M'REYIOLDS ACCUSED Ppuuciria Cboto Off Action In Moqbc enrj RcputflcaQ I i4fr Baavnes Attorney GeflcnL at WALL STREET. Market CJoslng-In ths laat hour New Haven declined to ire, while a great many stocks were selling at ths beet prices of the day Union Pevlflo aold at 1J IH. flteel M 1-4. Reading 1-4, Penn sylvania llts-l. lertilgh Valley Ml 14. Mteet preferred lfTl-l, snd Bm.lt.r JM. This latter atock receded to tl 7-1 at the cloae, which waa active, and prices ware maintained near to the nig line established around 2 o'clock Issues showed advances from 1-4 to 21- points. Total sales. 322,Km shares Heavy buying srdere were again con centrated on th floor In the Initial dealings. Pates were made 1-4 of a point apart at the opening. Ruylng continue.) In large volume all through the first fif teen minutes, but on the higher level es tablished realising sales wars Induced In Isrire volume, and part of th ad vance was lost. Increased weakness waa shown In California Petroleum on the Intimation of a oomlng Interruption to dividend paymenta on the common stock. which opened at l-t, a loss of ona point over night, and aold down to ;,-. Around U o'clock large buying orders appeared In I'nlon Pacific and United Stat Steel, which moved irp one point and helped to advance a number of Is sues. California Petroleum recovered from 10 l-l to It l-t, InterboroughMetropol Itan preferred roa 1. while the Copper atocka were strong, up over a point, with fractional advances In moat Is. auee. London was aald to have bought about 11,000 shares After It o'clock prices reached a higher level, but Cali fornia Petroleum was again under pres. sure, declining to It 1-4. New Haven, which had risen to 10 1-1, declined 'tu 104. Trading waa quiet, with atock selling a little below the high prices reached around midday. Tha market waa dull aad eteady with prices well maintained between 1 and I o'clock. Rich Broker and Wife in Court, Sister Accusing Her of Attack LIQUOR OEALER LEAVES Th Cleelag Oaotatloaa. The asUowtaa we the highest, knrea and lot prices of stasis for u.-asj and the net ensaan si ooexpered Uk Bis cluelnj prices of yeeterdst: sBaaflBS Slu trylS fat Oar A WaiiBp u u nirrin UICSSO US neaa UsjraauStrs Ml a M Tl. Aai lu Atrh. , My : party vote. HI to M. ekT.fJaa CsunmetO-aamerriolda-OAclM) ef fV eras choked off to-day to tha atoax. Ajrangernonta had bean mad. tap tew hours debate OB the oontro- Rprantettv By raj of Tea i spelled everything by moving to off the talk. A hot Republican developed, but It waa inef and the Ho uae Anally voted to th Xahn resolution calling far don to th liouae of aft papers m the Cajnmttl-Dtgg ease. Republican Leader Mann later Issued atasjwnetat charging that th rseohi Mm waa dropped by th Damoorau In the House at the trajtismtlon of At- laniiy-Oonerai McReyrtsids, RUN ON A NEW HAVEN BANK. Hiil H i Tel. (!o. top. a h. r. 5? e ni C 1 II i i ji5 Jii8 Ji Jk VINlk SITU 1 1A loia 108 X 1 iSx X 1 IU14 10 I Ss 1 m is: I s i c lit 11 ill OTIS l aaU ab ia 1 m iifi L 1" seat. iiursl laseker asitisa ymMUte. . sBaSsaathsT'. '. 1 aSi.5A,!: US at a west. . iHk ... saU iiilliila! AfeTT...... m am.'"' w 8: 1 & m lJSk Ooopw....,,. 44 MI4 'UeaerlUt Nseavusi e dir. lw Chloawe Wheat Mstkst. f ft:; uT- 8 -fJh Y0UN6 JWtlPLE SAVED ' BYtUABDAIDBLUECOAT Woman end Boy Caught by Un dertow While Bathing at Edgemere, L 1 Peart Steinberg, twenty-three, and Ar thur Deal!, nineteen, went oaught by the undertow while bathing at Edge mere L. I., this afternoon, and carried far from land. Roth are good swimmers and they made a desperate attempt to swim to the shore, but their battle with the undertow proved a losing ons. They war rapidly becoming exhausted when their cries for help were heard on ohore. Frank Crayer, life guard, and William Nau, a polloaman attached to the Eigh teenth precinct, put out in a rowboat, but fast aa thsy rowed both Miss mln bong and Daniels war at th point of sinking. They were dragged half con scious Into tha boat aad later fully re vived, apparently Buffering no Ill-effect from their experience. Mr. and Mr JOHN CTATUM Ira. John C. Tatum, wife of the rich cotton broker, who waa hsld In I-.' hall for the Grand Jury at Andes, N. T.. yesterday on the charge assault ing her slater, Kathryn MacArthur, re lumed to her home In Great Nook, U I., to-day. Mrs. Tatum face an Indict. at puniehable by Ave years in prison. 11.000 Ons, or both. She was IPs. - ed on a bond furnished by lir husband, and returned to her home In his company. Interest in th unusual case now cen- rraaipUy raid M Trouble Mary Healed. RWW HAVKK, Conn., July U.-A run n th New Haven Savings Bank. con. atdered on of tbe strongest Institutions IB ths city, occurred to-day, a steady stream of depositors passing the Uller'e window all rooming and this afternoon. They were paid as fast as they pre- anted their book. The offlclale of the bank attribute the run to a rumor start Ing from an unknown source to th pffct that thr was financial difficulties at the bank. In 'a statement given out this after noon they declare that there waa "ab olutely no truth to any atatemant oon eervlng any financial embarrassment of th New Haven Raving Rank." Th bank, they state, la able te meet all lndhtdna and have a large surplus stlU avaUabl. The bank'e aasots are given as over lU.wo.MA. and the deposits slightly In esceaa of tlT.oun.ooo. Whan the dors were dosed at t o'clock a erfarae crowd of depositors atWI sought sshtrl salon, sonic of them surging against lb door as they swung to In an effort to forec tholr way In. The bank, it was Mated, will open for business as usual at the morning. SHIPPING NEWS. INOOQtJ.NO STdCAMsVUPM OVM TO-DAY. U'ms)"' "aides. amisss rhaata. sertla cwua. lte aF ' ' SataaaaadBAIlftllfltf W ' ahtataaakhafl m-xm ,k 3S "h vxTHr?yN . on lha window sill, on clutching the window frame with on hand and hang- tn nnn rn nunnoti n h oU,Pr th hp" "' f3U,UUU IU UnUnbH hi" ",:nPni'" The second man grab ' . bed th girl as ah waa about to fall and pulled her out of the window. He swung her out, fifty or more feet Aliov the sidewalk, an.l ) anked her Into the room In the window of which he atood. There he and his companion tore ' the kIi I s clothing from her and beat out th flame. She waa unconscious Peter McOinn's Estate to Be De voteJ to Religion After His Widow Dies or Marries. Peter McGinn, a retail liquor de.iler. ,na th,.. ,ork.,, .- h.r . r. ho died uly I, 1913. at his home. No. lory arrived from New York Hospital. MU Klfth avenue, In his 111, filed to-day j The girl waa the first hurried to that in tor probata, bequeathed th real lue of ailtutlon, aa her condition was dan- it s iv'.trn estate, amounting to about gerou. ' IMrtet, to the Homan 'athollo Arch j iilshop of New York or ttl successor upon the death or remarriage of de cedent's wife, Bllsabeth Mcdlnn. After disposing of soms 20,on0 to nlcs, n-phews snd a brother, and a few hundred dollars to charitable In- I stltutlons, the entire residua i left In trust for his wife with the provision. i however, that In the event of her re marriage aha ahall lose all Interest In his estate. Than hs provides that th Archbishop shall receive th residue upon the death of the wife or upon her remarriage. Under tha will St. Vlncent'e Home for Roys gsts 1100, ths Little Sister of th Poor of St. Francis 1100 and real estate at No. Ml and 141 Wsat On Hundred and Forty-fourth street pon th death of two niece who hav life lntereot In them, and ItOO to Ht. Joseph's Home for Blind children. Edward Deacon, employed by dec- ent, Is to receive the good will and xturea of decedent's retail liquor buri al No. 1411 Fifth avenue. nee STOVER FAVORS SMOKING AT CONCERTS IN PARK mmissioner Adds He Wouldn't Mind Having a Place Where Music Lovers Could Drink. Park Commissioner Stover does not tm to-day to be in sympathy with Dr. Pease, the anti-smoke man who wrote him recently requesting that he urb all smoking at band concerts In Central Park. Perhaps he heard from the Mayor after the crusading doctor published ths answer he recolvtd from the Park Commissioner. Though t do not smoke myself," said the Commissioner, "I am rot op posed to smoking. I not only approve of It at band concerts but also of drink ing there, too. I would Just as soon sse a reservation on the Mall back of tha bandstand where people could amok and drink while listening to the music." tree in what Miss MacArthur was about to testify on th witness stand regard ing an "admirer In New York" when aha waa Interrupted by Mrs. Tatum' lawyer. Tha vounc woman, who charged tbat her slater, Mrs. Tatum, pulled her hair and beat her eevarely, had reached the point where aba aald Tatum and his wlfs had a "terrlbl fight." Ml MacArthur aald her slater boat her, in disapproval, not of her love for Dr. F. W. Mason, but beoaua she re fused to marry Frederick W. Peter Jr. on of a New York manufacturer. ALL MELLEN MEN MAY HAVE TO LOSE NEW HAVEN JOBS (Continued from First Pag.) Raw T BE ikrs. apacae. i sal 'die. OUTGO INO OTBAMBHlPg. alUD tn.ni? , tyS'Aan.. .Norfolk Montertlee. Trinidad. Aasjolataaeate by Wllaea. WASHINGTON, July in I 'resident Wilson to-day sent to the Senate the following nominations: Minister to Ecu ador, Charles S. Hartman of Montana: fritted Statee Judge, Northern Dlatrlrt of California, Maurtoa T. Doollng of California; United State Attorney. Southern District California, Albert Sehoonover: Northern Dletrtot of Tela, Jam C. Wliaon. Ona Ktlla Baltlaaor Financier. BAVriMORIS, July Id Thomas M Hullngs, vlce-presldsnt of th Conti nental Trust Company, was found dead In bed in his apartment this morning. The Illuminating gas waa turned on full and the Coroner gave a verdict of suloide. It Is believed tbat Ill-health prompted the deed. properly. That It was useless to dis cuss the reasons for or tho causu of that condition. That it had to he met, and the only way It could 1 met. having proper consideration of the property, waa by hla resignation That he fait everything that he had dan was and would In Ume be Justi fied, but that thr wu a question Whether that If he remained to work the problem to that justification it would not be atlll further emdiar rasaad. Therefore he resigned. The committee, after considering Mr. Mallen'a rtatement. acoepted hla conclusion with great rsluctanc and at th umi time with full apprecia tion of bis work. The resignation of Mr. Mcllen wa accepted by the hoard to take effect on th appointment of his successor, and ths committee was instructed to consider the selection of such suc cessor. Th members of ths com mittee were J. P. Morgan. Theodore N Vail, rlamuel Ilea, William Skin ner, Kdward Mllllgan. Robert W. Taft. It Is considered elgnlflcant that Mr. Mellrn aaked, in hi resignation, that the directors accept It aa to be of ef fect on or before Oct. 1. On that date Mr. Mcllen Is to go on trial under an indictment charging him with man slaughter In connection with the West port wraok. Mr. Mellrn, hla friends aay, haa bean dssply distressed about his Indictment. Ths loyal Mallen men In the New Haven eervlce have been whlaperlng that sines the death of J. Plerponl Morgan there has ben a disposition on ths psrt of the directors to maks I'rea Ident Mallen the "goat" for all the der auctions charged against the system When Mr. Mellen goes on trial fo manslaughter he will be entirely free or the railroad und In a position to glv extremely Intereellng testimony aa 1 the rraeons for uctlona for which he haa been crltlolard SAYS GIRL'S BROTHERS WANT HIM TO WED HER Panayopulos Charges Them With Causing His Arrest on False Accusation to Coerce Him. Charging that Demloa O. and John G. Qabrillon. brothers, of No. m Cast Twenty-eighth atrast, bad caused his arrest on a charge of grand larceny to coerce him into marrying their Bister, Katlna, Thomas Panayopuloa to-day caused their arrest. Supreme Court Justice Ooff late last night signed the order. They are held In hondl Of tl&O each pending the hearing of a suit for IM.Ono damages for falsa Imprisonment brought by Panayopulos in th Supreme Court Numerous affidavits are submitted by Panayopulos to prove that hla arrest was simply a means of accomplishing hi marriage to Mlaa Katlna Uaurlllon He charge that on June II he was ar rested on the complaint of Miss Uabrll ion charged with the theft of 1600 while a visitor In her apartments. Magistrate McAdoo, alttlng in the Third Dtatrlct Court, held him to the Orand Jury, but that body refus.-.l to return an Indict inent Agatnat him. Panayopulos doe not hold Mlaa tlabrlllon responsible, as selling that the brothsrs were the dominating characters In caualng hla arrest named With viaklaa llor lH-iinU rnaan ! atrial Spreads. a-nb li tfmltl. r v., wt'i ii. ... XII0U Germany. July II -KIght thous- ... ,,e,,i,iv Z.Z w uaj D,.,siiW yaroe 1 Nr)an , ,,, ,,,., ,.,,.,, tsaasaaa Indian lulnail la lk .ik. . ' " eianeri , ,, E11,u to-dav of hiiina oh,, I nn.... 000 men at Hamburg on July 11. ..aIM j,euh Toys of No. itw M,.n by vlth llguor until DR. E. H. GRIFFIN SUED v BY WIFE FOR SEPARATION HUNDRED RESCUED TWENTY INJURED IN FACTORY ARE (Continued from First Pag.) Others took to ths way was cut off. fire-escapes. A crowd gathered outslds th building and in their fear the girls on the escapee did not think to lower th laat laddar to th strict Instsad thsy Jumped and men caught them as they fell. Many wr saved In this way and hurriad away as soon as thsy had bten aet on their feet BURNING GIRL SWUNG OUT OF HIGH WINDOW BY RESCUERS. Potano and Aocaoo ware leaning over tho mixing tank when the explosion cams and Miss Rlislo waa standing nearby. Their vary nearness to ths eg plosion saved the men, for they were hurled so far by the abock that thsy fall tstdhr of the burning gaaollna. Though half-senseless, they picked tbemeelvee up and rushed for th fire escape, down which they clambered to the street and dropped from th lower escape. Accaco' blp waa broken by thl drop. Miss Rlaalo. standing a doaen feet away from the tank, waa just In range for the flood of biasing gaaollna wbleh was tossed Into ths room. It over whelmed her and Instantly hsr clothes wsrs on fire. In a freniy of pain and fear aba rushed to the window, blindly selecting one to which no fire-escape rose There ehe stoo0. shrieking frantically while the flame from her clothe licked up about bar head and face. She was nearly senclss and was staggering back Into the room already filled with fir when two men on th third floor of th loft building next door, at No. lit West Twentieth street, cams out BOYS SAVE SCORE ON SINGLE PLANK BRIDGE 100 FEET HIGH. Meantime, two boys In a building In Twenty-first street which backed against ths burning building rsn a ladder from one of th windows on th sixth floor to the rear window of the loft building. On this they laid a plank and over this flimsy bridge they led to safety a score or more of terrified glrla. But thla Improvised bridge was of no avail to two boy who wer trapped In th front of th sixth floor. Flames were already sweeping up through ths middle or the room and they were held by them at their posts at the front window, where they stood yelling for help Flames from ths lower floor swept by them each moment and th haat which rose wa so Int-nse that th boy could look out th window only an Instant at a time, long snough to yell, and then dodge back out of the amoke and heat. Capt. Callaghy of Engine No. 1 and Lieut Reed or Truck No. 11. the first firemen to errlve, saw tbe danger or the boys, and Keed and his men ran an elchty-rive-foot ladder up to the sixth floor. Flames, leaping from tha three atorles beneath It, awept about the lad der, and it was Impossfbla to pass up It until Callaghy and hla men mounted with a line or hoae to the third floor or No. lata There they directed a stream, which swept the ladder up and down, keeping It veiled In a mist or water, and through this torrent Reed and Fire men Frank Costello and Prank Mil on ran. At times the men were out or sight or those In the street, while heavy clouds of smoke enveloped them. There were cheers when they reappeared and a wild yell of encouragement when Costello was seen to disappear through the win dnw. lie reappeared a moment later dragging the two boys whom ho had found half senseless further back In the room. He passed the boya out to Reed and Mallon and the descent commenced. FIREMEN HEROES RESCUE BOVj STIFLED AND HALF DROWNED. It waa really only a moment or two before the firemen had the boys on the street, but It seemed like hours to the watching crowds, for only for seconds at a time were the rescuers and the rescued visible. Then they would pass out of sight In a cloud of smoke, or a burst or flame from one of the lower windows would sweep around ths lad der despite th stream of water which Callaghy and his msn kept playing on it Dut finally they reached ths street. hair-atltled by amoke and hair-drowned by th water which bad poured over them, but the boy war sat. A aecond alarm was nt in whan the first firemen to arrive saw that the could not cope with the hi. re. and it brought Chief Kenlon, who aent some of his men to ths rear of the building and others to tbe adjoining roofs. It was more than an hour, how ever, before the lira was under control. snd then it had burned out ths four top floars. Xh firemen kept th blase from spreading. Six hundred girls employed In No. lis were inarched out In a Are drill. There waa no panic among them and they were kept in perfect order. The lower floor or th burned building were vacant and all the dam age waa auatalnad by the Model Ilutton owner. He is Accused of Having Kissed a Woman in the Public Streets. Mra. Caroline Orlffln, wife of a prom inent physician in New York City, to day Instituted a milt for separation from her husband. Dr. Kdwln Harrison Orlf fln, of No. H West Forty-seventh street, charging cruelty, both active and oonstruotl. In reciting her grievance against the physician, Mrs. Orlffln de clares that laat May her huaband of fered to permit her to get an absolute divorce from him and give her 171.000 In trust and other property. Thla offer followed, Mrs. flriffin recites, after "he (Dr. Urlffln) had been discovered kiss ing a woman on ths public street of New York, and after he had been ac cused of IllegiUmstely supporting said woman, one Marion F. Holton." Papers disclosed the fact that Miss Holton lives svt No. 70 Downing street, Brooklyn. The Orifflne wsrs married 3une 14, IMS. Mra. Orlffln aaka for ths cus tody of her minor eon. Eugene, and a reasonable allowance for her own sup port and that of Eugene. Dr. Griffin, according to his wlfs, owns valuable real estate In New York and Connecti cut and haa much personsl property, In addition to a lucrative practice. OHO If you are wearing and haven't had your eyes examined for two years of more better have one of our Oculists examine your eyes. It may be that a weaker or stronger pair of glasses are now needed. The examina tion entails no obligation to buy nor to pay. Harris Glasses cost $2.00 or more Ov&caX 'Status o$s New York: 54 bast 23rd St. 27 West 34th St. 54 West 125th St 442 Columbus Ave. 70 Nassau St. Bkiyn: 478 Fulton St. and 1009 B'way. Newark: 597 Broad St.. nr. Hahne tt Co. HAS $17 TO PAY $2,515. Robert Price Bell, null Moose leader and lawyer of Long Ialand City, has filed a petition In bankruptcy. In his schedule of liabilities Bell enumerated t61.5i In Judgments against Mm and other unsecured debts of fl, S63.M. For assets he has tl2, of which 1173, representing office furniture and law books, Is exempted by law, leaving 117 to settle his debts. A shady tree, a hammock, a good book and delidoua iced Wute fto8e CEYLON TEA White Rom Coffee, Only 35c a Pound FUms FREE Develop MMMA All slaa roll films developed free when prints are ordered. Prices for prints are the very lowest. Work guaranteed and dsllvsred promptly. Msll orders fl'.lad. A Week Buys Any KODAK Bicycles aid Tennis Goods 111 4M Broadway, heiow Osaal at. Ill Broadway, Bt. l Jih 13th St.. MAKE THAT PURCHASE Not all the advertising we could put into a page of thia newspaper, set ip smallest type, would do half aa much to make you a steady customer of Lam berts as one purchase at the lnml)ert store. U ill you not. for your own sake, make that purchase the very next time you want any article of Jewelry which must be at the same time itronf , elegant and low-priced. SUPPOSE IT IS AN ENGAGEMENT RING A aparkllng diamond or tine color, cut to perfection In a hand made mounting, solid 14-karat or is karat gold and platinum, which you want. Will you not buy at a t o r In which all Dia mond, b e 1 n y Imported di rect, are sold at Ipiporters prices! look a tore la ! berte. Will you not buy an n agement ",'"; or any other ..InOll llf lew- lry. whereuuallty f "C.U wher no middleman rMd ag where nothing is .JStatlin security thai a J-!" to T AV ICI ves? fiXTV COat WW from io Sri to i 1 niamoad piamaad kis and h"hrl li ii jewelry, aril.ilc. durable. hrinisniM. ttenuty snd correct la style. sere u..m'..B Solid n a I d wvnin Rinas In all .tries bearlna the stamp n " are made 14 Ksra-TWHJm up with rsre ;o 1U .WZmmt SI IU1 ,i u. nr n With Coll 15-Ksrat. ii" dne. No "older in them. l snlts the perfect work la thriii snd 'heir IJe renuiaiion. iay are sold s. low ss IS. SO. No ehs'ss LAMBERT BROTHERS rhir.l Saasaaa. Corner HNth aireet. During Jut and August Store Closed nil y mi o. BBADT TO CBB f. a!!aieie Laaaaa asaa3 CBMTt HAVE YOU TRIED ITT Malm Cold and Hot Meats Tasty. DELICIOUS on aandwlchee Sardines A Fin Salad Dreselnp by adding vinrgar At Del leal e sea and Grocers' Stare. Imported Absolutely 1 1 H0LBR00KS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE la made and bottled in England. AT STANDSTILL IN ALBANY. One lln nle Seaaloaa Held la Senate aad Asaeiubly. AM1ANY, July II-It took the Legis lature Just two minutes to TUspoae of to-day's business .MU- minute fur each Iiouko und It udjotirned until to-morrow, when another leglalatlve day la planned. In the Assembly consideration of the calendar waa put over until Tuesday. Tnrprdoee Kiplndrd for Them. N i:VJ -OUT, It. I , July 1.-The manu facture of naval torpedoes was wlt iiiaaiil to-day by the members of ths 1 1 hum i ' mi iii it tee on Naval Affairs who saw also several torpedoes exploded. The local Inspection was concluded with vleliu to thu coal depot at Melville und tho now naval hospital. The Congress men will B.nl for Iioston tu-jlght. tvlatloa Papll Killed. FRANKrXiRT-ON-TIIK-MAlN. Oer many, July it. Aa aviation puill named VYaetplisily was killed white flying at the aerodrome in th suburb of Mladerrad toeday H touch dtb wrong lever of !!-?rr''f.M!!!!?ya-r ro- I TT. ,tW ..mj ; th. boy wa. dang.rou.ly III and t.k.n been 400 case, or smallpox reported th J "Pil eg iwagaty ea Baltic Baa. At Htettln MO rivet- to the alcoholic ward at Hllvue Ho- I year, no death have resulted from th 1- j TW " Jerua. MUtt wee h la Hw beii. Astaaea, Ua bwvtta alataa . li. .tl. Hal for Mar Wa High. ALHAHYi July iv Peathi throughout inn Htate during Mav ntiinUered 12,-11, an uiiuanally lilgli nuiiiber for the taOhlhi acoOrdlaa te the monthly bulle tin of tile Mtala Hvpartment of Health issuud tn-duy. Although there have hla this Uttto Hurts may become big hurtaif not prompt ly treated. Hydros disinfscts and heals. ' Kaape germs from the throat, checks estarrh. Beet for ell eruptions or ulcers. Hav. Hydros huody At all Draeeis SO. 1S.33..U. Hydros Ok iloal Co ea lore, t nieaga. Man rraarisru. MU HELP WANTED MAI K. paiVfnU. si sa aUten wages: salary aad tarn. a.n.. . (Trade Mark.) WEEK-END COMBINATIONS Fridays and Saturdays Only 99c hum before din tar week-cad without eae ef ear combinations Is not complete It does aet full loeasare of pleasure. They are all carefully parked ready for carrying i on euter the sure, aa that aot a ml.ni, Beed be lest, aad there are eight el . ooiblnallun.. all numbered lu make ll .-a.. I ..ril.r. Her. tm .ointle omblnatioB No. -Onejouod box of each af th. folfowlnai 8 pedal AMeriedCbe nUles. lea ( eat Mpe. laff Mfleep l ent gpe. UU, Hv. of MarshinaJloa llrous.oeloa HI Tie Broken Caadyl also a half -pound' baa af MUk Chueolate Covered Maxaecbiue C herries aaa ssaisaa nine i ream vaaweaases. Special (or Friday, July 18th. CH0C0UTE COVERED PEACH MELBA Imaslne a mrlUw rreamr ..In. Havered with the Joke of fresh reaches aad the eeveeed J Aj, with el rot Nil BOX SrsarJal for Saturdav. Jul 10th. VAN. CREAM FILBERTS a m per lor qaallly ef van. flaverod H IS 1 aad selected filberts A delU-leue combination. 1 afla POUND BOX SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOUGAT AND FUDGEA.aa.xtm lagarease.it far yea te try this high grade sweet, we offer our regular as grade at. 1 Of rot Ml BOX . MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED FRESH FRUITS-Flnrspole. reach, trewberrr. Maraechlas rherry. They're all reorearete Us their full lasetnasans. They are ue treat or tne AA. Oi7t POI ND BOX CHOCOLATE COVERED PEA- NUTS It weald be dlffh.lt te Had a more wholeseaie eon feet I. a thaa these large, aeatir praauta covered with eoocoiae. uur rrsaiar isve grade. POIND BOX ssaej was 25c SUGGESTIONS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SUPER CHOCOLATES OR BON BONS AND CHOCOLATES -i reaiir aa.iitr ranrertioa bcraas. aali sseiio issrrairsii euier late preparation aad what you would have -eeeewaer. th n-ha iy real on to par aTbga. P)1 Nil BOX OUL park Bew. Certlaadt. lOth alreel and Urooklru Htera open every r real as uUI 11 e'clecE All our sleres epca Welarday evenlag aatll II o'clock. BARCLAY STRKCT Corner West Broadway St COR TtANOT ST. Comer Oiur Street Park Row and Nassau St. At City Hall Park 400 BROOME ST. laraar Uotre Street 4TS Tmltmrn St., Cor. Elm PI.. a MM BROADWAY Corner Fulton Street F NASSAU STREET Vox St. 31 RE REET lust laat 01 tighth Aveau U W. 34th STREET Just East ef Sixth Avuajg ABSOLUTELY FREE WITH tVTRY PUSCNaHC I n ita mm OUR TERMS 300 Down on $50 iown on f w 7Kbowr,Wl00? lAPGrRAMOUNtSMPrtOPOffTK W. L. DOUGLAS 3MU&94BShci8 or stTa),fltandi u poena aaoea AW mx SPECIAL SALE TEA COFFEE. 5 Lbs. for $1.00 worr both rr. lla Bureau, faiusar stuMatag Hreehlra Offlsa.s m Wa.Cta.,! lea Ma Urooklra. for UU days f.il.wlas lb. prlaUag e the sdvertlsssxsat. m alaaaHHslssaajsaaaaaaaassa rn .