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THM Mllttt WOELD, MONDAY, JAlftTABT 11, It 14
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Fears
"Something Terrible" When
Harry Gets at Champagne
Bretr NMt Thaw: "Klamet; I know Brrrnethln terrtble will happen
Man. Don't ask me whet It will be, be t you won t have to wait lone, un
taaa ha starts right away far Europe. And ha U a fool It ha Soean't. Ha
weull ba all right it ha would haap away from champagne, bat ha oaa't
Attoroey-Oeneral Carmody: "Nothing will ha laft undone to secure
the arrest or Thaw and hrlot him back to tola State ahoald ha attompt ta
leave Maw Bamaahlra."
i eaaaaar through Cha granting attaU ti
may. however, ba permitted and proba
blr ara compelled." concludes the re
port, "a raeord oar Sadlng that what-
ever may have bean tha mental oondl
ttoa at Harry K. Thaw at tha time of
(da, upon whloh question wa
i irlalna bo la not aaw aur-
' froea aa af tha forma at mental
gaeeaee alleged by tha aeoeecutioe at
aha Uaa of tha trlala or swhaaqaaaOr
Tha commission, whloh waa ap-
Belated Deo. IT laat, oonalatad of Oaa.
rraak B Streeter. a lawye. af thla ally,
aa Chairman; Dr. Morton Prince af
Dr. O. Alder Blumer, buperla-
t af Butler Hoapltal far tea ia-
Providence. R. I., and Dr. Okarlee
I. Bancroft. Superintendent of tha
Hamaaklro Hoapltal far tha la
ss) af thla atty.
After referring briefly to Tha We eee
1 trial aad hla committal to alettes
aa as a trlatta af "manlo-dep receive
toaaalty," tha resort aaya tha eommla-
atoh examined all tha entries In tha af-
total raeord of tha hoapltal relating ta
Thaw from rah. 1, 1101. to tha data af
Bis sacaji from tho Inatltutloa Aug.
H. IM. Traaacrlpu af three eroee
f atohailaalliiiai of Thaw by aoaaaal far
Mm Stoto af Naw York on habaaa oar
paa areosedlags laaututad la hla bahalf
J ware alaa inspected.
HE'LL ARREST THAW
IF HE GOES FREE.
ALBANT, Jan. ll-Angered by Harry
4 K. Thaw'a probabta roloaap In Naw
i Itaaaaablr Attoraey-Qeneral farmody
thai aftoraoon attacked tho Fadere! au-
fhortttea for their attltuda.
I da not believe they have glean
iwcognuion to Now oYik'e rights
aaa," daolarod tin- Attorney-
sjeatrat. it ia inoonceivaine inat i naw
Jptaatalg ha rolaaaad 011 mil eft-r Gov.
Peaker haa recognltal knd iji.rd tho
extradition papers ordering Than 'a re-'
torn to Naw York."
Aa aaoa aa Judga AMrtoh aota. Car-
aaadn will aaramaa WUUaaa T. Jerome.
JBaiotol Departs; Attoroey-aaaaral la the
Www aaaa, ta Albany to hate Ma tot
Bt plana ta "ga af tar" tha fugitive.
1 aartalaly ahall aaak tha arraat aad
aHamiia of Thaw la amy athar Bute
sent hla arraat In thla lulc" tha At.
Id. "I Barer have
before Oo reiser, further
Baara. I advised Mr. Jerome to protest
'egalaat them. Thaw should ba dellv-
arot.to ua at aaaa."
Tito Oararaor aald that ha had laft
tha oat Ire Thaw aaaa la Mr. Carmody a
haada. aad that whatever oourae the
-t Attaraay Oaaeral ajay ohoae la fallaw
h would have hla a Irene eat support
Attorney -OanorU Carmody to-day
prepared to confer with William Trav
MaB Jerome on tho Ttuvw case. Thorr
. hi Bothinc I hay oan do, however, urrlean
'Thaw art amp to to leave New Hetap
, a hi re, ao Mr. rarnody ouUlnod la a
a ptom of action. Ha Inalatad that Thaw
JEROifE BAYS EVELYN
L AND ALIENISTS WILL
I HAVE TO LOOK OUT.
WlUlam Travara Jerome. pjpoeUI At
tuaai fliailll for New York HUite In
tha atoJUar of the extradition of Thaw,
aummad up the effect of the
toa'a deeiatoH that Tbww at
would not bo a menace to ao-
afety or tha public poaoa aa followe:
"If Thaw la admitted to ball It may
hp difficult to know where he la when
eTfetga AMltoh fives hla decision as U
tha lagaJtty at the wtradltloa pruoasd
Mtoh, If ba la not admitted to ball the
af Naw York will at all tlmea
exactly where bo la."
"Aa u tho And In of too Comrrdealon
a" Mat Federal Court that Thaw may
gfettay ba allowed to roam at large Bl
fjf bawd, there la muoh to ba aald.
Thaw haa not been violent In Mattea-
wha or while In custody In New llamp-
tt la true. But there hava been
him none of the aurroundlnca or
Htlea whloh aUr hla Inaane de.
Into activity. I venture to sre-
that If Evelyn Naablt Thaw. Dr.
Hamilton and Dr. Aua-
Fltot were locked up elth him In
awaa or In Concord the Commls-
pton would apoedUy pet evidence that he
might ba a menses to Ufa and limb."
MAYS THAW It NOT ALLOWED
' tor. Jerome aald that he understood
Thaw had not tasted atlmulanu alnce
ho waa sent to Matteawan even when
allowed comparative liberty la tha rue
hag af ghartff Holman Drew and United
genua Marshal Kjruts. Mr. Jerome aald
aa anfortnatlon, which was not definite,
waa that this abatlnooos had not beer
tapswtory, but aaforaad.
"While 1 am not Informed as to
whether the court will admit Thaw to
hpB at once.' aald Mr. Jerome. "I am
etora that Judpe Aldrlch will not act
hastily, lis Is moot careful and dellb
arata la his declalona, and it would be
-SBa him to consider the report for a
'day or two before dicing on It Should
g lhen admit Thaw to ball, it will ba
djasaaatlag to learn just bow tha bond
JMMto htm. It yjf limit him to the city
tgf Coaoard; It may limit him to lha
'gghto of Hew Hampehlre; It may limit
the Uniud aulas. It la a vary
guiatlia af law aa to our rlphl
la another Bute, should
g ahaiita. aamely. oianioepreesive ut-
"Ba aw aatatoa. H hi teases any
atwhahle xa atony Keadall hewe
Mb an J aar ball weald aa ba eaages
I aas a a maaaaa to tha aabiio geeee
be Inclined to say that we clearly have
the rlpht to arrrat him If he returna to
Judp. AMrlch has algnlflad hla de-
vrBI srii:iient on the ba
teas rorpus prooentinita after he hiu
nonshlered the briefs of New York
State and of Thaws counsel. 1 ahall
of oourae go to Concord If the Judpe
deal pee to hsar me
'There ara Just four questions to be
decided: yiret. Is Thaw diarpad with a
crlmeT Serond. Has lha State of Now
York made proper requisition upon tha
Slate of New Hampshire and has tha
tote of New Hampshire framed tho
rendition of Thaw in proper form.
Third, Is Thaw a fugitive from Justice?
fourth, Have the proceodlnte been con
silient with the constitution of the
United Suten and the Revised KUtutea
fovarnlnt extradition between the
AVS COMMISSION TOOK ONLY
Ttie printed record of the proceedlnge
In the hsbras corpus procsedlng plied up
on Mr. Jerome's desk would mske a
volume two Inches thick If bound to
gether. Thaw's lawyers have yet lo sub
mit their brief.
The eommlsalon, aceordlne. u Mr. Je
rome, took only Thaw s own evidence
as to his menial sUta.
They threw out." he aald. "the evi
dence offered by Thaw during hla first
and aecond trlala as to his Insanity.
Thsy took In his otatemonts aad tha
evident In hla favor submitted at tha
three hearings to establish his aanlty.
They left out of consideration that a
lunatic with fixed delusions harbors no
resentment afalnet nsw acquslnUno.ee
such ee Sheriff Drew and Marshal
"Don you fear Thaw as a personal
menace if he la at larger Mr. Jerome
"I do not think Thaw has any longer
a personal grudpe against me." aald
Mr. Jerome, "lb alwaya watches me,
but In a gloomy, sorrowful way. Ha
regards me as a man on a deeert Island
regards atarvatlon. I mink, or aa a
manner regard a Irrrtflo hurricane.
His feeling toward nie la quits Imper
sonal. Rut let him mix up, as 1 said,
with Drs nmt or Hamilton, or Evelyn
Thaw or Dolanrsy Nlcoll (who waa
Stanford Wttlte'a lawyer), anJ It would
be a very different story, perhaps."
Mr. Jerome aald that the verdlpt sf ths
commission did not hava tha sUghtest
total bearing on tha autua of Thaw aa
t eaas or lasans ascent for Its moral or
ithleal Influence on tho mind of the
Judpe as to (he ability of Thaw to know
whether he was doing sn Illegal thing
In eonsplrlnp to gst out of Matteawan.
OSBORNE SAYS BONDSMAN
WILL BE KEEPER.
James W. Osborne aald that to admit
Thaw to hail would practically mean
giving him hie freedom with hla bonds
men as h i keeper.
"His bondsman could go anywhere lo
the country and get him and surrender
hhn to the Federal Court whloh had re
leased him," explained Mr. Osborne,
"but If Thsw, while out on ball, ahould
succeed In gsttlnp away lo Europe,
which I believe he wuuld try to do,
than hla bondsman Wsuld bs powerlss.
Tha bond would ba forfaited, but there
would be no way of extraditing nun.
"If Thaw should come Into Nrw York
Stale he probably would be arrested
Ills bondsman oould than Uke out a
writ of habeas corpua, or a friend of
hla might do it. The writ would be
auatalned as against any IUu commit
ment, tha process of ths Federal courts
"New York Stale, In my opinion, would
have no more right to hold Thaw than
any other State, if the Cnltled dtataa
Distil, t Court In New Hemp. hire want
ed him it could reach out Its hand and
gel him. no matter wlial any particular
State wanted him fur. Hut Thaw prob
ably would muve toward Europs If bs
ould gat awiy from his bon-Umaa and.
iim-e there, he would be eafe."
CHILDREN ROB SAFE.
our Jaealle Haralare Itetd to
Divide With "Hquraler."
Four hoys, (lis oldest fifteen yeuie,
nre arraigned to-day In the Child reo'g
Court, Jamaica, on a churgr of huvlng
robbed tho aafe In the drug store of
Frederick Klenn-ke. of No. V.I Wood
ward avenue, HMgewood. They were
louls Schivrfer. fourteen years old, of
No. 1MB Cornelia street. William ltohnar.
four! -r rt years old, of No 1101 Cornelia
street. KIIub Kauaa. fourteen years old,
of No. MM Woodwsrd venue, and An
drew Wlekofakl, fifteen years of No.
lit Wood Nurd, all of Kldgewood.
Klemcke said the boys broke Into his
store through a lutllway door on Dec.
PL The eafe was not locked, eo they
had no diftVully in getting thefll It con
talned. The boye all admitted their
guilt. A fifth hoy who knew about the
rqhbery got 11 because he threittened to
' squeal" If he did not get a eliare of the
spoils They were remanJed to the
children's Society until Ian. IV
airk visa Leaps Krom Window.
John asttdda: .. MenagTBajtol. left hla
haste, at No. H33 Columbus avenue and
visited ula iittrenu 01 the third floor of
No. MB Oolutobttl avenue. He hitd a
MPVgng hrnakdown recently and had
done no wnrk alncs Christmas. He waa
chaitliuc uitn his father and mntlier
when he spidng t.i the window and
Jumped out, landing im his face on the
sidewalk, fracturing all Jaw and his
skull. lie was eent in the Knlcker
toorker Hospital, lie pmhahly bjh p,.
PINK SHIRT TWINS
BIND JAIL KEEPER;
POSSES IN CHASE
Convicts About to Be Trans
ferred to Trenton, Escape
From Bridgeton Prison.
ALSO TIE UP "TRUSTY. '
Steal Jail Keys, but Make No
Effort to Free the 48
(Bpeelel ta The glossal WerM.)
BRIDOETON. N. J Jan. 11. -Charlie
Jaooba. a "trusty u tha Cwmkerlaad
Coonty Jail heard groans Shortly he
fore 7 o'etoek thla morning oomtng
from an alley whlrh rssns akmgalds ths
main cerl house of tha prison I net do the
Jail yard. Hs hurrtod out and atwhlsd
over Joseph hlcDonough,
"trusty," who lay trussed aa
on ths ground. Nearby toy Night
Keeper Oeorge Blow, also hound had
Jaooba freed tho pair, who seed thsy
had been overpowered by two prisoner!
who were awaiting transfer to aha State
Prison In Trenton and who warn known
aa tha "Hah Shirt Twins." They had
lain In Ula yard for a half hoar or
more before Jaooba found thsre. aad al
though they gave tha alarm at aaaa ft
waa soma minutes more before Sheriff
Harfry Harrison and several posses af
ciUssns took up tha chase.
A milkman making hla early morning
rounds had aeon two men answering
tho descriptions of tha fugitives hurry
ing along ths road toward Salem aad
Harrison aad his man took up tho chase
lo that direction Ths fugitives had
more than a half hour's start, and ansa
thsy wore no uniform, hut ware ar
rayed In tha clothes la which thsy had
entered tha Jail about a month ago. It
la feared that they may escape.
POUNCED UPON HIM PROM
SHADOW OP WALL.
Blow aald ha had bsan making his
final round af tha jail preparatory ta
tarn lag over bis duties to tha day keep
er whan ha passed through tha altoy.
From a shadow of tha wall tho men
Thomas Connolly aad Harry Jordua
sprang at him. They ware armed with
Iron bars whloh they had aawad out of
their sail window. Before ha oould make
aa outcry thsy beat htm to tha ground
aad fall aa him. ohoktog htm so he
oould hot cry aejt Thsy had rapt
though where the got it la not ftaowg
and they quickly tied him ap, gagging
him with hla own handkerchief.
Aa thsy left Blaw, Trusty" Mo
Donough cams around a corner of the
building. Tha fugitives fell oa him and
downed hhn also before ha oould rales
an alarm, him thay hound aad gagged
Thsy had taken tha keys af tha Jail
from Blsw'a pockets aad tha keeper
was forced to watch them, while thsy
opsnsd ths big gat of tha Jallyard and
paaaad out Into the town.
Connolly ' and Jordon ware can rioted
about a month ago of having broken
Into ths drug store of Oeorge H. Whip
ple g Son and wore sentenced to In
determinate terms In the Stats prison.
Both man have prison records and only
recently wore paroled from tha peni
tentiary in Fhiladsrphla.
There were forty-eight other prisoners
in ths Jail, whloh has accommodations
for ono hundred, and Connolly aad Jor
don with Hlew'a keya coulg hava lib
erated ovary prisoner had thay oared
to do so.
CATHOLIC CLUBS' DANCES
6IVEN UP FOR BISHOP
Organizations in Brooklyn Yield
Respect to His Opinion of
ttie Modern Steps.
Tlie hoetlle attitude of the Hlght Rev
erend Hlahop diaries G. MoDoruvell of
Die kceai of Long loland toward the
moJern da-ncrs haa resulted In the Bga
el lo Hon of all daneaa for charitable
purpoeea eK'Nolifted ly Roman Oath
olio orpanlajttUuui in Brooklyn. The
KnieraM OtSBi whloh had mads all ai-
ruigeimtirtsi for its niiual loll on Ke'i.
?, Ifl the way ami eight other organ
laaUona followed eult.
It was aiuinuraed to-day tlmt the St.
Prsiicls Xavler Academy danco ant the
annuaJ danr-e of the aenlor tilaaw of Hi
Kranels'a College lis. I !een abandtniml.
The CathedraJ ('lull's dame haa been
noatiHSMol until after L:t and may
never lie given.
No oftli'lal nntk'e forbuhllnsi the moil
arg .'.m. tuts been ami by Hlahnp
Mdoiiiial!. Uut the OahhpUsjg of Hro-k-lyn
know lila (Mslilon and they realite
Ui.it unless the modem danres are er.
mltted the baUa nrlgiht just as .wall not
he given bevause the young folk will
not attend them.
Mltehol to Ba at Celebration of
atar NusHgird Uaaaer."
Bsyoi Jainee II I'reaton of UalUmore
vlaltid ilayor Mltcbel to-day and Invited
him to be a gueat at the oelebrati'iu at
the one hundredth anniversary of the
"Star Spangled Hannor." Ths celebr
tlon will nagln Sept. t and will laat a
week Mayor atltchai aocapted the in
vitation. A BOOK BY A H HOI'S AI'THOB.
Completo In ttli Inalalnienta. One
a week fur tan waaka. In tha livening
World. "The Return or Tartan;"
sequel to "Tartan at th Apes." bo
glus next Monday. Order from uew
daaitr BOW. ..(
Daughter of Copper Millionaire
Who Wed Son of Diplomat To-Day
1 gf ' -' '; 1
1 ' ' ' iammmmmmmmmmmmmV.
w ' fv-. ' am has Bniayt w
PREDICTS NO BIRTHS
OF CHILDREN IN FRANCE
OR ENGLAND IN FUTURE
Prof. Cattell of Columbia
Gives Warning on Present
BATTLE CRBBK. Mleh.. Jan. It.
Dr. J. hfoKsen Cattail of Columbia Uni
versity, speaking to-day before tha Na
tional Conference on Rats Betterment,
pat forward ths suggestion that tha
ooat of bearing and rearing erMVdren
ahould ba equally shared by all.
"In order that ths sxlstlng population
ba maintained, or Indeed that the race
mar survive," he said, "It will appar
ently ba necessary to make a eugenle
selection of healthy mothers and to
provide that ths coat of bearing and
rearing children bo equally aharad by
Dr. Cattail, speaking of tha decreas
ing birth rataa in the families of col
lege graduates, aald that If tha alia of
aueh families ahould oontlmie to de
crease aa It did during the nineteenth
century atudents graduated In im
would have no children, of the con
dition In European countries lis aald:
'If ths birth rates In England. Ger
many and Trance ahould continue to
decrease aa they hace alnce UW there
would be no children born a hundred
"In Trance tha population la now sta
tionary,, while In eome departments
there are tour deaths for every three
births In other nations an Increaalng
population haa been maintained through
a decreaalng death rate; but In England
and elsewhere the death .rate must In
craaaa, being now ao low on account of
lha age constitution of the population.
It Is only In Japan that the birth rate
la Increaalng. though It still remains
high In Ruaala.
BISCHOFF BANK SOUND.
Examiners Resort Mure Tbaa
Money Kaeigk ta fay Depositors.
At the offices of the nut.- Bajthlna
Department. No. g) Broadway, thla
afternoon, It waa aald that am minora
had examined the books ami resources
of the Ulaolioft Bank, Inrorpnraied, do
ing bualneas at Reade atreet and Hr.m.l
way. and that the Institution wns found
to be In a Muble condition The gtm
Iners found more than money enough
on hand fu pay off all depositor.
"Thla must not bti BSS fused wilt, ;'.,,!
private firm of Biehoff i Co . which
Is In the hands of a receiver. " aald the
There had been a QUlOt run on tho
bank all day.
OLD DANCE HALL BURNED.
"Billy" Memory's old dance hall at
No. 11! West Fifty-ninth alrsu waa vis
ited early tu-Uuy by fire that waa at., r t.. i
jy defective Insulation and did a ilamuKe
of 110,000. The firemen had aasia dltll
culty In overcoming Urn tla.iiaa, which
were consuming the gruuiul floor when
Patrolman llrown d-acuvorud thorn uud
turned In an alarm.
The building la three ttorlea high and
was built In IBM. The I'aullxt Katiiora.
a Klftj -ninth atreet and Columbus ave
nue, soon put an end to the dancing,
however, and alnce then the building haa
been used fur various purposes, recently
aa a moving picture theatre. The entire
auditorium was ruined In thla morning's
Til anir Hawipolla'e IgsgSBSSf.
IU1MK. Jan. i: -Tlia I'ope to-day re
ceived a "iuhii ii of thr . anon, of
St. Pelir'a who came to IBOUlft BwSlM
tho appointment of tne new nn hprlrst '
to take im place of the latt 1'ardlna,
Hamporla. Tbe meet probable cand.
Sates for Ike Bsajetlan are Cardinal
Many sal Val aa4 Cajeiaal CagUgs, '
OF 15.000 MEN
ATTACK FORD PLANT
AS DIVISION BEGINS
(Conunuod from First Page.)
registering t lOJjPgpg above aero, Tha
factory door, wore eloaed and no shel
ter waa obtainable In tho neighborhood.
Hundreds of tha man ware actually
Ths officers of ths oomoany after
looking over the situation decided that
at would be. untctae to attempt to recruit
any men under the prevailing oondlttona.
Word was sent outside that no new em
ployees would be taken on to-day.
The announcement waa met with a mar
of disapproval and disappointment. A
policeman stationed at the main en
trance to the factory ordered the orowd
to disperse and tried to push the leaders
away from the door.
It was a bad move for the policeman.
He was overwhelmed In a aecond. Hla
clothea were torn off and only by good
fortune did he escape being trampled
to death. Several hundred men rushed
the doors and got Inside the plant,
where they cluttered about steam radi
ators or swarmed to parts of the fac
tory where there were Area.
Aa ths mob would not obey requests
to disperse and an ugly mood was be
ginning to develop, lines of hots were
stretched and atreama of water were
directed at the mob. Thla waa an un
polltlc move, for. while It dispersed the
clamoring thousands, It didn't drive
them from the neighborhood.
ATTACK PLANT WITH TOhtt
AND OHER MIMLKB.
Furious roan with Ice covered cloth
ing forcibly entered stores, dwellings
and other bulkllnga and grouped around
atovea and radlatore until they were
dry. Then they went out and gathered
atoiioa. bricks and other missiles and
charged ths Ford plant from all Mdes.
In order to give his employees plenty
of light Mr- Ford has constructed his
factory largsly of glass, it was a ahln
ing mark for ths rioters and they did
a lot of damage before the police re
serves ooull reach the acene. Not until
the offlcera of the law ware lined up
for a rush did the mob give way.
There wae a big police guard around
the plant and lines of boss ware In
readiness this afternoon. Several
thousand men hung around the neigh
borhood. Hallroad detectives atate
that lob seekers are still coming luto
Detroit. The Ford management Is In
a quandary and tha city Is confronted
by the propoeitlon of an army of un
employed charging in from all direc
tions. Willi the coldest days of the
Tammany Lender Uriah! (irts Job.
William .1. Wright, until Dae, ill last
Deputy Commissioner of Correction,
wits tWSm in lo-Uay as clerk of the
Snvent i District Municipal Court at
Manhattan and one Hundred and
Twcnty-lirtii streets. The Joxi pays
tll.ouo per milium nnd the term of
..Hire is six years. Wright Is Tammany
leader of the Thtrty-ftrst District. He
Is the flrat of the Tammany leadera de
Boaed by the recent change In admin
Ittralteg 10 be place! In another posi
tion. Quit Thinking
You Cannot Eat
Anv IKvxl W holes ti ma KimmI stmi whan
well. Try eatlns anvthlna; you ilka, and
m'i vmir food atp a n a.t or two of
MAN A CEA WATER
Pior,ptly Hettorea Good Digettion.
' ssla l-AHK a 1 11 MU an I
ww,- rirsi-ctsss virocsra
More Than 5(K) Invited to
Ceremony This Afternoon
at St. Regis.
Mart than five kaadred gfaBM - mem
bers of families prom.nrnt n soial.
financial nd professional circles are In
vited to the wedding of Miss Oladya
Eleanor Guggenheim, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs lianiel (luggen'helm. and
Roger WHslam Straus, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar 8. strausa, which took place
Mna afternoon at t o'clock In the grand
ballroom of the St. Regie Hotel. The
Rar. oaauli gllvwrrrnui performed the
ceremony. The rnarrkvm united ana nt
New York's wealthiest families.
The father of the bride la one of the
eevea Ouggenhelm brothers, whose cop
per and other mining Interests extend
all over tha world. Mr. Straus It the
son of the former Ambaaaador to Tur
key, a member of President Roosevelt's
Cabinet and noted for hh charities and
The bride la only eighteen yeare
old and her husband Is twenty-one
Ths engagement of the couple waa an-,
nounced laat summer when they were
In Europe. The date of the wedding
became public on laat Deo. 4, when the
young people appeared at City Hall for
their marriage license.
Mass Ouggvnhelm's attendants ware
her ataaer-ln-law, Mrs. Leonard Hooh
a tad tar, Mrs. Edward Schafer and Mrs.
H. . Ouggenhelm and Mrs. M. K.
Ctaggenhefan, Her maid of honor la bar
cousin, Mlaa Nettle B. Osratlt.
Mr. Straus had Ms cousin, H. Orant
Straus, aa best man and the ushers,
moat of them Hit relatives, were Na than
Straus jr., M. Robert Ouggenhelm, H.
F. Ouggenhelm. Edward Schafer, Leon
ard Hochstadter, Walter Rothschild.
Sam Mark ham, James 8ellgman, second,
Stanley Halls, Louis Kohn and Harold
Young Daniel Ouggenhelm, second,
and M.Robert Ouggenhelm jr. were pages
and ths little MJss Madeleine Schafer
and BmlUe Hochstadter, flower girls.
Members of tha families Invited to the
wedding ware ex-Senator and Mrs. Simon
Ougegnhelm, Mr. and Mrs, Murray Gug
genheim, Mr. and Mrs. WlUlam Ouggen
helm, Mr. and Mrs Xaaae Ouggenhelm,
Mr. aad Mrs F. R. Ouggenhelm, Mr.
aad Mrs. Nathan Straus. Mr. and Mrs
Jesse I. Hera us, Mr. and Mrs Percy
F. Straus. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert M.
Straus and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kohn.
Many school friend of Che bride at
Rosemary Meal School and mends of
Mr. Straw at Prkaoocoti were
tnvfted, and In addition thirty invita
tiona hava been sent to friends hers
and aaroad. Anaona these were Sir 'Er
nest Caaaell, Mr. aad Mr Nathaniel
Oauddeaux. Earl and Lady Orey, Am
baaaador and Mrs. Hsrrlck, Ambaaaa
dor and Mre. Morgan Lhau, Ambassador,
Mrs. and Mlat Faga and Baron Edward
Others include Lawrence Abbot, Mr.
and Mrs. Oeorge Gordon Battle, Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, Mr. and Mrs.
Abram Blkua, Mr. aad Mra. Oeorge B.
McClellan. Mr. and Mra. Henry Phlpps.
Mra. "Bheodore Rooaevelt, Mr. and Mra.
lease Sellgrnan and Mr. and Mra. Sam
SENTENCE FREES PRISONER.
He Had Already Served More Daya
Than .Number Coart Set.
Justice Jaycock of the criminal
Branch of tha Supreme Court, In Brook
lyn, evidently did not think much of
the Judgment of the Jury which on laat
Thursday found Harry Zedder, twenty
one years old. guilty of manelaughter
In the aecond degree. The young man
In last August, while driving a wagon,
ran down and killed Mary Seea, ten
years old. He was Indicted and held
In the Raymond Street Jail.
The epnaHy for manslaughter in the
aecond degree Is not to exceed fifteen
years. When Zedder came up for sen
tence to-day Justics Jaycock sentenced
him to the Raymond Street JhII for five
days- As he had already served more
than Ave daya he walked out of court
a free man.
ejaajassBsfjMajMtMSBn nan MIMMaBBBMaBBHBaM mmMm ill at .
HEN Physicians Say "Eat Candy"
they do not mean any kind of confection mat-
fuerading under the name of Candy but rather,
he Purest , Freshest , Most Wholeeome Candy that
money will buy to come to the point, LOFT'S.
Special for Monday
are IlltTs a
andv with a VMSM eal
Ihat eleaelr re- f An
.l.l-. laaulaal allfif.
- tovsu nox
rarh Bew. rertlaaSI. 180th St.. SSI at.
aatll 10 e'elerk. All eur aleree ours
04 BABCLAl gTBKBT
' West Bread war
SO rUhlXANDT STBRBT
Career Churtli Street
l-AHK SOW A VII VtHMll' Bf.
At t'Mr Ban ryrk
wm WeeTef'eert A raws.
Suggestion for Monday
WdEW rot Nlt TIN 43C
M mahssM Ua seat
WILL SHARE -PROFITS
WITH 4,500 EMPLOYEES
Will Sell lo Per Cent. Stock it
1 10, and Extra Dividends to
' Wf-irkan VVttn km If
. - - . ... . . a ,v , .v ' It.
The Intr-rnitlorial Nickel Company,
of whlc'i Ambrose Monell 1 t'reetdmt
nnd Robert M. Thompson, the copper
BMgfeSpBj Vs chairman of the Hoard of
MftgtOfg) haa announced a profit !mr
Ing plan for Its employee, with a sal
ary bonus for those who accept th
plan of itroikt Kli'arlng. The company
off era common stock to Its employees
at 110, to be paid for by 1ntaJmnt.
dividends ate to mo to the purchaser
aa soon aa the flraA Instalment la paid,
with an extra t per cent dlvktemd to
employees who hold on to their stock
and remain In the employ of the con
cern. The International Niokel Company tt
a an.OOO.OOO concern, with worka at
Constable Hook. N. J., and mlntt In
Canada. The common stock haa been
paying 10 per cent, a year dividends and
the company even at that haa been
laying up a surplus. There are 4, POO
employees who may take advantage of
the offer, though offlcera of tha com
pany at No. PI Exchange place aald
they did not aa yet know how many
employees would take advantage of the
opportunity. Tha atook Is sn "outalde
stock," not being listed by the New
York .stock Exchange and seldom dealt
In on the curb.
For the purposes of the atock sub
scription, offlcera an! employees are
divided Into three classes, which ars
again subdivided according to the
wages and aalarlet paid. The first
class Is comprised of those who have
been with the company for leae than
five years: ths aecond clasa those w.-.o
have been with the company from five
to ten years, and the third class those
who have been with the company for
more than ten year.
Those In the first claas, whose wages
amount to leas than PUB a year may
subscribe for one share; second and
third clasaea. two shares Men with
salaries up to 11.37.", may subscribe to
two shares If in the first class, three If
In the second and four if In the third.
Those receiving more than W."M a year
may subscribe to four, seven and ten
shares respectively in the three clasaea.
eJuberrlptiona wis! he reoelved from
employees until Jan. fd. ft mors than
1.000 tthaxee are subscribed for the al
lotments will be out down. The di
rectors of the company bealdoe Mr.
Thompson and Mr. MoneU are J. R.
Dorema. William Nelson Cromwell,
Iuncan Coulajn, Benjamin Strong Jr.,
E. C. Com-eree. W. T. Graham, E.
Freoerlok Wood, S. ' 7. 'V. Pell and
WUiard H. Bronson.
The company la capitalised t tdtnno,
000. There Is a large amount of atock
In the treasury of the concern loft over
from the amount needed for absorption
and consolidation of the various com
panies which entered the corporation.
Of the authorised stock I3,000,I; of the
common haa been Issued and fd,00l),0u0
of the preferred, which pays per cent
Express Robbera Get pv.HTB.
FORT SMITH. Ark., .Ian. If Local
officials of Wells Fargo & Co., reported
to the police to-day that their office
hero was robhel of ';." last night.
The money was Intended to pay the
miners of the Western Coal and Min
ing Company at Jenny Llnd to-day.
It arrived here yesterday from St.
Louis The loss was discovered when
express officials prepared to place the
package on a train for Jenny Llnd.
ire easily relieved" by
Scoff's Emulsion, and it
does more strengthens
the lungs and upbuilds the
body to prevent sickness.
Special for Tuesday
nrw a h i. e a m oacogjitrf
NUI Alii s The KMi.'.l. I'ureal New
orlesna Uul.,aaea. auu cholcral Mirt'U-
drd CiMosn.it. orraard Into
riiMd llltu sfh a
m .'.Ti-x 1UC
Suggestion for Tuesday
NI'lt KU OI'KKA 1KU1H Tllras are
rnlnlalure imtalllsed Jellies In a
nleeelns variety ef color., flsiored
with such ounsrnt anlrra aa Inna
nien. t lore, tilaser, Saesa tv
fraa. aa well aa l.rmon aad I hS
Urease. POI NO it:i Xejfw
and Brooklyn ftlurra ourn rverr tenlna
Maturdav evenlnes until 1 1 u'rlock.
i ururr ruiivu nirve,
l:T Mu HI KURT
Bel m ee Merkatan g Nnrui r- Sts.
Mm UtHT lU.llli HilihrT
Ju. Ksai nf lUshtb Av.no,
Z;l IVtsT 3 Itli kl'HBKT
. Kaat ef Hlxth Avraae
Ara n t Btrkht
suss I lees, wreeaora
Horace Waters St Co.
invite you to see the new
Waters Pianos and hear
their sweet, musical tone;
also to examine the new
pianos, which combine the
wonderful Autola player
action with the Waters
Piano, and which caa be
played either by hand or
with music rolls.
A Special Offer
at low prices & on easy taring:
Style A Waters Upright
An artistic piano of EjgJtl
est grade, celebrated for Its
full, rich, deep tone, with fine
singing quality one of
most popular styles, only
$10 down and $7 monthly
and no charge for interest
Style 5---Player -Plioo
with full scale, 88 note and
excellent and up - to - datafl
Haver-Piano that is simple II
and easy to play. Pries 1
oa payments of only
and no charge for interest mr
Sand Postal for Catalogue.
Horace Waters SCo.
Three Stores i
134 Fifth Are., near 18th St
127 W. 42d St, near B'way.
Harlem Branch (Open Era nlnga)
254 W. 125th St, nr. 8th Afs.
STK.HNTIIAt un Jan. 11, MART JJ.,
axed twenty yeses, beloved daughter ef
John J. and Varonloa Mleralhal (aee
M ; y.in of T44 East ItOih st Breas.
Funeral from her late resldsaoe Tues
day, a P. St. Intel-meat St. Srrssead
Cemetery. Arrangements by UaeSrtaher
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