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THE EVENING WORLD, TUIBDiT, NOVEMBER 25, 1 9 IT.
By Abe Martin
Thanksgiving in a Country Town
Caurtl Spray, who Mid hla farm hara two year ago an' invested in a fold mlna out Watt, la In
may otay hara an' go baek In th' band If ha kin trada hl mlnln' ataek far a otarlnat."
LOOK FOR EARLE
SAILING UNDER AN
MOVIE PICTURE IDOL
MTW Day In a country town la all'ia In-
atta' on account r th' folk that oooie back f
th' day la ther ole bosses. Soma & aa kin alt
th' Fourth o' July or fair weak or even Chrtatmaa an'
Tears, but aomobow ther'o eomethin' 'bout Thanks-
glvln' Day that kind o' makaa ua want f ba book home,
fata, too, ana nice, loaf, dull Thankartvln' aftornoon in a
B flat town la enough f make tia ail satiafl.r t' etay away
tar another whoia year.
Out town looka real cosmopolitan Ilka t'day, aa Tell
MnMey would v On ever' corner you kin e little
clump e' fellers that hain't met In yaare hnldin' reunion
aa' talktn' about ala tlmeo. f)ome o' 'oat look like they had
lota f be tbankiul far an mum a 'am look like th' place
they coma from ought f bo thankful, while atlll othera
look Mko oar town ought f aa thankful that Thenkegivln'
My ooraaa once a year.
Mm Mooa ia back fcfiw from Ottumwa. Iowa, with hla
haw wife Ma ean't hold a candle r moat any tf nur
awn Ctrl a, but than whoa Aee lltrad here he thought ho
erase had r way hla ear muff oat o' town.
lea Bud. who traded hla farm hare far a Florlgy
erasure trove aome yea re mo came in from lb' north thia
snornln'. Ha aaya thia la th' flrat time that he' . ever had
olethea aa' money enough at th' name time f git baafc He
dea't look vary goad, but ha aaya he'a cured
Halite hfoppa. who' a been gone about ton year, l home
(Mm Coakoeton. Ohio. Ha aaya ha' a llad M long about th'
alae a' hla father (area hara that ha hardly recognized H
wtjen be got back.
Orayaon Ma-ate wua about th' first feller that allowed
ns far ThankagiTtn' Hla folk have been dead fer thirty
yaara an' ba never hawwed It. 'Bout th' laat thing ,mv
waddy ever heard o him wua la ITd, when he eent hi
mother a. Catitennlte' edition o th' Phlladarphy Ledger. He
oomo over from .'"" onvllte on parole, but nobody knowod
Joe Apple ta hack In town hakhV hands, toe. Hla
whlekera have been driven bark an' Me atop hain't quite
epringy aa It wu before he traded hts hardware atore
fer some rice land In Arkeness Ha'a juet a plain
shoveller now omewhere's In Minhlgan. lie say int
while th' work la a llltla harder than boin' In bualneee. ther
hain't no honk f keep, an' ther hain't nothln' 1nvaate1, n'
Von kin lav off when It ralna.
Lsurel Hprav, who sold hl ferm here two rear ngo
an' Invested In a gold mine out Wast, is In town wearln'
a atraw hat He aaya he' heen sn busy slttln' home that
th' weather never occurred f him. He may etv here an'
go buck In Ih' band If ba kin trade hie mtnln' otork fer a
Hut up an' down er no upe an' downa. a feller le "till
putty rich that' sot a good mother an" father t' go nark
to. Thar hain't no mashed p'tatoea an' rnat turkey an'
Mm?, Fishbachcr's Counsel I
Noi Deferred by News Ar
tist Is Not on Liners.
flAVti WRITS FOR CHILD.
Say Kidnapping Is Part
Plan to Get All Four
Charles Lamb' pr it I se of I oa s t pork now must Si extended to the pig himself
He hat been mallgne-l for centuries; lil naturally fine habit and attribute
auppre-.ee,! and mlerlirr.-terl bv man. should have ma.le hint tin oblort of m-ls
n1 emulation :ntead of renrnarh mid derision. To rail I
man a bog ehould be a rompllment; to y he plggleh :
should be a tribute to rrnuin an.l Inherent modesty and '
worth. In the raluinny of ng'-s the pis ha uffcrel un-I U niri.- fVwralllfl Tiill
Justly. He la neither bestial nor gluttnnous-that la. byj ,,IUIILtr WIU 1 c"
nanire aim tne moisture or mis email red vn ha heen
the agony of a heart bowed town by nner though unati- j
predated Inetlnrt. In ebort. the pig tin bean th gentle, i
man. man the pig. The pig would choose rlaan and eelert j
loou, not me Teniae uirown mm ay lile lnitnn keeper. He
prefer to eat with a du eomprehenelon and regard for
table manner. He appreciate a clean, dry bed, and a
home that might well be a model for the houaewlf. In
the wo,-, ia of the degenerate drama of iba day, man haa
made him what he la.
All thia la on no le an authority than that of Trof. Auatlu Patera of
Harvard la a talk before the young men of his las on the ralalng of swlae.
trate He Was Drunk When
He Attacked Woman.
Although the captains of th Finland,
due here thl evening, nrl th Mar
quette, due to-, lay In Ttoaton, hav aant
wlrele-s meiiwa ahore that the name
of Frederick PInney Krl doe not ap
pear on the paaenncr list of either ves
e;. counsel repreeentltiR Mine. Kleh
bacher. the French mother of (he bay
h kblnappcd In Krance, believe ha I
on on of those vessel with the chil l.
Arlvlre from Kurope atate that he I
travelling under an assumed name.
Write of haliea corpus have been ob
tained hart and In Iloaton compelling
Katie to produce tha child In court a
oon ns he lands, II Wellington Wack
DITLLB8T DAT in Wall street since un.
to go to work.
Boma of the brokera maj yet hav
TOUNO &TR. HAWRIMAN arrived in Omaha In hi .pedal car and went to
work in the railroad shop. Uelng unprovided with overall on his first day be
ruined a suit of clothes.
W WO PRIZE 1 offered by tha Pari Academy of Science for a method to
domestlcato th heron to algrettaa may be obtained without killing the bird.
CABTINO THBm FIRST PAT.IyVT women of Weat Pullman,
suburb, voted to tnak the town a park district.
riHCAOO JITDHT' nnnounce
clerk of election next year.
that be will nppolnt women a Judges and
A CHHT'yirc mad In New Tork State from 3,an pound of milk and weigh.
lng ti.aw pounds wn cut Into 10,000 piece and distributed among the vlltors at
a lund ahov in Chicago.
mince pis anywhere else on earth that kin touch your
mother . Her noffe a generally purtv bad, hut we won't I waiting for the .Urtiie(t tn Hoeton
snv snvthins about thai. I don't aaM h..w nr feller is I" M,n" l'lhbwlir' legal repreecnU-
glltln' along, whether he's single er tied down, he feel a
whole lot better If he know be' got an ol home t go
beck to n- course your father hain't a guhy aa mother
that Is. he don't let on aa much hut even if you did leave
th' farm )et at a time when ho needed you th' moat, he'
proud a1 von. Jet as long aa you don't aak father fer any
money, either directly er thro' mother, he' proud o' you.
Hut mother I th' on. Rho bellevee ever'thlng you lell
her Khe know you hav t' hurry away an' that whra
you've been workln' haa had f cioae down till you git
back. You're her boy an' things can't git along without you.
ACROSS U. S. BORDER;
HELD IN $5,000 BOND
Utica Chop Sucy Hous Was
"Depot" in the "Underground
Railroad" of Smuggler.
Harry WWt. alias Joa Jwokson. an
Amarlotnlaad Ohtnasnan. bcHvad try the
rnttod maaaa auabortuaa to wo ta moot
aatlv slibjla-naniad import r of Chinas
tha Canadian border Into that
wm arraigned tafos Oamaaia-
r iiisaia t-aay aa aa iiidtotHitas
found ta byiaouaa oa Oot t, otmrglng
trtsa with smusajlliMI four CMnam
across fa border at Ofer irbunr . Ball
WMta far sovaral yaara past has oon
ducted a oh op uay restaurant at Titles..
It is charged that with the aid of oon
foderatea ln Canada and OgdmRburg he
a been allpping Chinamen aero th
border Into Plica and giving them em
ployment la hla restaurant. All China
man look alike to tho casual American
obaenror and It waa not noticed that
th otoks and waiters In White chop
an)- place ware constantly changing.
Kkf plan. K ia charged, wm to bring hi
Chtaaman In bau-hoa of four, work
them tn hi restaurant until the Beat
batch waa due and ahlp thsm alaauj ta
various part of the country. Th MtUs
Uttoa shop auey restaurant wm a clear
lng Iioum for smuggled Chinamen
White' scheme wm dlsoovorsd ksat
asoath, and he fled from IMoa. It la
charged hs Imported, against the law.
more than 40 Chtnamsn wtilla h wm
running th IT tic chop suey place. AM
theae ware Can tone aa. Btaasara at tas
NaT Foon fwroary.
Attar leaving flsraoua. wfi.lt want
to Maine to Newark, wbiob now baa
Wggsr Chinatown than Now Tork.
Mo WM located there yesterday by In
speotor Wiley, trailed to Now York, and
6IYEN LIMIT FINE FOR
LOCKED FACTORY DOORS
COUNTEHR VON DM OWTEN-PI.ATHK. desd In Hurlnpest, aa u!poed
to be a millionaire, but aba left only sixty dreaees and 110 hats.
Of alt ih heroe dear to
of the patron of th "movi,
accorded greater applause
noble feature are flashed
i" non Is
T.FTTFR WRITTEN AND KAILID eleven joar ago by a Pee;,skill woman
reached her friend In Syracuse only last week.
screen than Maurice Costello, star of
the Vlt.igrnph Company of America.
Half the feminine hearts In the nation
have probably fluttered In ecstatic ad
miration over the heroic exploit In
which thl handsome young actor has
heen (limed, but never have the director
of the Vltagraph thought of picturing
their tsr In the guise of a drunken
And here U where hit of real lt'e
step In to blur the picture of Costello
the hero, so hlly engraved ln the
hearts of Us million ailmlrcr. For the
humble young man brougtit before
Magistrate iicisner in the Oonsy Island
POllO Court tO-dty on a wan-ant ('barg
ing htm lth assaulting hts wife was
none other than Costello the flreat.
lira, May PoateHo, th cnplainam.
charged tli it Costello tame home night
before last Intoxicated, and during the
night beat her cruelly with his ft'ts
.i 1 1 rt klckel her In the forehead as she
lay helpless on the floor She was
prepare dtp prOSSCttt an, I had the two
Coatelto chlldran Dolorts, tso ytart
old, and Helen, ssvan, both often shown
In Vltagraph film play In court M
Mr. Cast flit relented snd urged th
Court to lot her drop th chsrg of as
sault n.l siilwtltut a oharg of disor
derly conduct. Costello plead el w th
Magistrate Oeisner that he had Ml n
drunk wh-n the Incident OcOUTftd end
promised to at gool hai-t after. The
Court finally put the actor on ela
month' probation in charge of Proba
tion Officer Mr. M Hughes and th
fVMethM were nul-kly trtlllktd awny
In an automobile
Y. W. C. A. GIRL SUES
FOR HUSBAND'S LOVE.
His Mother Stole His Aitec-
tirms ind ks StO.OdO tnr
Mrs Cilltb Hherlock, who lit es at 1 i
V. W. c. A. In Urooklvn and I verv
P'etty, flleil a suit agal.iet net- mother
Ip, law, Mr. Adelad.. Sin rioca in tha
llrcoklyii Supreme Court to-day ssking
tlo.imn daieages fo: the alienation of the
afTcctlons of Kdwird J. Sherlock, her
huha,nd. The tcilofl was hrouiit bf
i'inney. i'ay und McAnBftW.
Mrs. Sherlock RUlrrltd BdWtrd Sher
lock on April lt The MVBit WBI
to live lit No. :0M Ihomwt ptftCt Sher
loek'i moihar, . wulowi nio llvtd Ultra
for a tints.
On April 1! of tiiis year KdWtrd l rt
hf young tflff iih'l went to Port land,
Oragon, with bis mother. He le theie
Ml. Hut Mrs. Adelaide Siiei.oek hss a
suit for damage ng.i.nst the B. R. T.
which I to come up for trial oon. and
when she retunm to Ttnsiklyn to press
her action her daugbter-ln-law will e
thai she is .-creed with the paper tn th
SHOOTS AT THE "BOUNCER."
an Wha slofa ta Pay das Drtaka
iwl Tlseasysr of No, a Park
avana. th Bronx, was sUil shaky ta
day when he appear in Merrlaaala
Court against John Doyle and Uoorgo
Vahaj of Ha VM Washington vau.
who war aeeuesd of trying ta kfU hlra
laat ntgkrt Ttsmsyor was aaved by tho
aaot that Doyle waa too drunk to aim a
awss sp- tjewetr. "gsatpy saw.
ftt HEN AMI WOMEN
Ws solve Your Caothiag PraMsm
by aiTtal you tha most sabttaa
tiai clothiag possible at lowst
ptiott. Also Pur anaj fur Oowws.
No Money S
2S5I U An,
IIU West 125th SU Y 8th Arc
Doyl and Vlat refused to pay for a
aaa of boor that had been fillsd for
thm la a saloon at On Hundred tad
y-IWth strsat snd Washmgtoa ave
nue Ttamyr. who happened to be
la tha plats, volunteered to put there
out and did a moat artistic job. On the
sWewslk Doyl drew a revolver and
Ared two ehott. On of th tiullatt
grated the head of a little girl a block
y. The two wsrs arrested liter at
their home. VI agist rat Corrigan hold
la 11.000 ball tach
Clothing Manufacturer Scored ,
Justice Forker for Risking
Albert Levy, a clothing manufacturer,
wan) employs fifty operators, for th
part young women, on the ninth
Of the Asch Hmldlng, No. 2ft
on plaoe, waa fined to th Umlt
af the law. fan, for dlsobsylag the firs
prevention ordinance, by Special Des
tloM Justices salmon, CslHns and
Forker. last night. Tha Levy factory
ocuplaa one af tha lofts ta which the
Are af two year ago or out red, In
which nearly Wt operators of the Trl-
Mgls shirtwaist factory lost their Itvcs.
Inspector Oscar J. Mendel af the Bu
reau or Fire Prevention testified that
oik July M last he vlelted the factory
and found a door leading to the prin
cipal Are etoape looked and Ported
Under the oondltlena. he aald. It would
have been impossible to get tha door
open In Ume to av th workers In
caae of a Are panic.
Justus forker, In placing the atreme
penalty, aaM again that lie regretted
that the law did not provide an ade
quate praalty for those who peralatad.
ln aplta of the laaaon of the Triangle
dlSMtsr, In endangering tha Uvea of
eoores of their employee. Mr. Levy
paid bis tins.
farmer State Baawleyae a lalclde.
iHpacM to The Bnalat Wend.)
MTRACU8B. N. Y.. Nov. J6-Wllllam
Manning, former chief engineer of the
itats Architects' Association, shot snd
killed himself to-day. Manning with
his wlfs and several small ehlldren had
been visiting all aummsr with hi
mother-in-law st No. 1707 West Oene
e street. He was competlsd to give
up hi hualneaa In Albany, where hi
family resldencsa 1. because of sick
naaa, and Is thought to have been tem
porarily insane at the time he com
mltted sulstrle. A elder and other rela
tive live In thia city.
; tlvo und one of his assistants 1s wa,ilns
t Quarantine for the rtnlanil.
EXPECT NO Dlr-FICULTV IN SE
Earl, who Is cunning In his scheme,
msv be on one hlp and Charlotte Her,
man. tha lititherford, If, J., girl who
actually kidnapped the lwy may be on
the other und tltbtf may have posses
sion of the little fellow. No difficulty
la anticipated In taking the child from
Mis Herman, as ahe has no authority
to hold him for a moment.
Karle'a first wire, mother of tho kid
napped hoy. has cabled that he la bound
for No. 11345 Uroadway, and to "Watoh
Mother Karl. Letters ahow her com
plicity. ' Karle'a mother Uvea at the
Broadway addios. and It la reported
he bas shipped his baggags Share,
A motive le suggeeted by a friend or
th present Mrs. Earls, who was Miss
Helen Theodora Hldford of England, for
Kerle's alleged intention to kidnap all
four of hla children. The one ba now
la the son by Mrs. Elllls Flsch-
barber, his first wife. The former Miss
Julia Kuttner, 'his second wife. Is care-
fuUy guarding her aoa. Edmund Erwln
Darls, and bis present wife wUl awt let
htr two little daughter out of Aer
eight at th homt of her parent la Ox
EARLE FEARS CHILDREN WILL
HATE HIM, IT 18 SAID.
The voaslbte motive la that Earla has
hscoms imbued with the belief that his
children would be brought up by their
toolbar to despise him and that h
had determined to esert every effort to
win the affection of the little ones.
Carle went to Oaford laat Auguat ex
plaining he wanted to aee hla young-
eat child, Avta Mary Earle, who waa
born in April, after hla wife had left
him. Tha other daughter, Yvonne Bid
(ord Earle, la eighteen man tha oid, and
wm born at Blooming Orate, Orange
County. Mra. aid ford, the ohlMren's
grandmother, permitted Earls to aee
them for half an hour In the prssenoo
of hereelf and a male relative. Earle
than endeavored to perauade Mra. Bid
ford to um her Influence with her
daughter bo he would be permitted to
have the children half of the time, but
he did not succeed.
Where Earls wean when he left Ox
ford could not be learned, but It wai
aald to-day ba wm ln Parle Nov. T
it waa on -ov. tnat the boy wm
kldnappsd from the school In La Motte-
Papsrs la ths dlvoros proceeding
brought by Mra. Earle were aarved on
hla lawyer. Elwood C. Smith of Monroe,
N. Y., Nov. U. Both Mr. Smith and
ituaaeU H. Porter of No. at Wall atreet.
who la oountel for Mr. Karl, hav re
peatedly refused to eav anything about
the case, but It wm learned to-day
that In her complaint Mr. Earle eat
forth she wm married to Larle In th
uegistry office in Oxford, England, in
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Hye Always Bought haa borne the ala-na-
- - a. tt sTv WW WJI 1 AaV.S a A fa- a BW
www v ysss, ii, i irnuer, smiu II MB Drrn uldt tllHler bit)
perspnai aaperrlaion for over 30 jtra. AlUm no one
to deoelv yon In thia. Counterfeits!, Imltatlona and
' J Mt--wo(Hl are but exptirlmtnta, and entlangt r tha
stealth of ChUdren-KxpertAuce mm alnat Kxperlment.
What is CASTOR I A
Oaatorla la a harmleae subatltute for Cantor OU, Pare-
Krle. Drops and Soothing; Syrups. It contain neither
lum, Morphine nor other Nareotle subatanre. It de
stroys Worms and allays FeYerlshneas. For more than
thirty years It has been ln constant uae for the relief ol
Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething; Trou
bles and Diarrhoea. It rcffnlatftathe stomach and BowtS,
M'trnUefrs" the Food, rlvinr healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
the Signature of
GERMAN WOMEN ASK VOTE.
sarasre Petition Is Presented
BUT RUN Nov. I A )et1tlon for the
introduction of woman aufTrag In r
many wm among those preaente.1 to th
Imperial I'arltament when It met to-day
after a ' of nearly five montha.
Tha lafe-lrlatlve progrsmme of th ses
sion include some Interesting measures,
especially that dealing with military -irets.
against whlct. newspaper repre
senting all parties have proteslsdi that
lor the regulation of petroleum monopo
lies, directed agalnat th, operations In
ilermany of tha Standard Oil Company,
and tho for th protection of etrlke
oreAkers and ths relief of unemployed
Wrm BffBH y-yBMCTtheSiciistureof
HMfNF Use For Over 30 Years
SHOT, NAMES ASSAILANT.
Veath Arrestee After tiang Klght
oa Victim's llearrlpttoa.
Henry MeNulty of No. :a Onand I
street. WlUlamaburg. wm reported to!
he dying tu-day ln St Catharine' IIo
pltsl of a wound sustained in a geitsral i
right at Lorlmrr ami Maujer atreet
early thia morning. Word of the battle ,
wm eent to ths Sugg street station end 1
the r(rv led by Detective Ceiroll'
found MeNulty on the ground.
He ald that rival gans, of the nelgh
norhood had mst by agreement to aettle
a quarrel and that Joseph Oredy, a
youth of No. ho south fourth stri.
WM amonej those whu had (hot at him
Urady wm arratted.
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