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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914
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STCAMKR WfU. START FOK NEW
YORK.
Ai'tiwn a minor repairs bad beea
aboard tba steamship prepara
tion were made to get her under
j way ror new Tora. it la expected
' ' IhAI Wt,- will i ..1.1 . .. IkU
POft about 7 o'clock. Hhe baa two
firel i lan.1 passengers and tbrae eec
ond cabin (or New York.
In order to allay any feara that
thaw la New York mlfbt have aa to
the Roraa'a aafaty, apt. Combernous,
Mr akipper, aent a wlralaaa maaaam
ashore early thin morning (or trans
mission by telephone to the Italian
Consul In Now York that all waa wall
with the ehlp and all aboard.
When aba reached the mouth of
Narroganaett Bay It waa decided to
anchor and (or a time the Roma
rode at bar chain while further In
enaction waa made of ber. Then
wltkoat attempting to land any of
the entente ra. Capt. Pumbemoui
welched anchor and began the tbrae
hours' voyage to Providence.
The I torn' s "S O R" call ware
picked dp at Newport and the rev
enue cutter ttaaca waa aent to bar
aid. The cotter Acuahnet made hast
'o fet Away from Now Bedford and
the wrecking tug Taaco waa ordered
from New London. Before theae got
wtJ atarted, however, wtreleaa mes-
eage were received that the Roma
' had floated and i raumed her Inter-
W-.' rupted voyage to ITovtdem e.
TWENTY MILES OFF COURSE
" ' WHEN SHE STRUCK.
' Te llrat nioaaago from the Rnma
" avae pleked up late yesterday after
lOMi at the Naval Radio a'atton at
Hut" Newport, K. f. It waa la French and
Vt roan:
tea- - ' Aahare onuth aide No Man' f.and.
irhrj Mend powerful towhoat with well pro
dw? reded lowing matorlal. Impnealhle
U Bar ue to get off with our own power."
e Ths lite aavlng atatlon at Uayheao,
Set i tb 'nearest to the veaaal, waa notl-o-i
ttod by telephone. Cast. Cahooo of
the Ufa eavere eald no craft under bit
eSAi ' command could live In the atorm for
fgjj : The eight mile row to the Roma, but
jVp nla man would start aa aoon aa the
a'- weather moderated. There la no mj
Ml t tor boat at the autlon.
' - The Roma apparently want aahora
tv; '. l nmJf t,da' 11 aiBdarateod to be
i aa., ijoasoernoua a a ret trip a eorn-
;Mf,igV not Indicate any grave concern
dt any time for too aafaty of ehlp or
paaaenger
One of hla earlier moeaagea to oaV
ofra of the Fa bra lino here eald the
aMa waa pounding but waa taking
IkJUs water. Ra did not oonaldar bU
lUon dangeroua at the time, aad
p change of wtaS would be
The changu of wind came
aad, according to aaafarmg
man, that la probably what
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m r Isvomsio.
ueJSV the Roma to get clear of the
received wag:
Roma
via Sagaponack,
N Tm TV aad ay. Peb. IT: Roma float
ed; wa are on our way to Provides oe.
i ( puiaiaa gere aara and sound."
If1' Wa - Roma waa buttt In 1M1 la
yypate. She la a steel alngle acrew
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, 21 (got depth, w-
aaana of the Roma'a accident
apwr 'vta dam of the moat dangeroua on the
ROADWAY CARS
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MANY COMPLAINTS
(Continued from first Page.)
EEEjaaaBMi as nH Bl vint.itk
aecond and Haventy-aocond
atsaota
all day. but bo admitted that
I.VlPaPeos eras vary alow. He eald,
however, that the regular cars would
He run on Forty aecond street, where
' ' storage battery care have replaced
thorn, before nightfall.
Mr. Mabar didn't explain wby the
water abould have filled hie
left the Inter borough
s M t naaiiie I open, no
dPl JSi. m4.i .wi.. .1 i
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He railed attention to
"Third aad Ameter-
had been extended
rto One Hundred and Sixty-first street
from One Hundred and Fortieth,
i wile the ears halts yesterday
i MANV COMPLAINTS RECEIVED
v Sy commission.
Mk-At meeting of the Public Service
Baammlsslon to-day CommlaBlonor
Maltble Dreaented a' lam number of
iesBwipUlnts from cltlaans agalnat tha
iplete (allure of the Third avenue
'to operate Its west side and
'foes-town lines, together with official
i of Inspeotore showing ths con-
of tbs service.
A 'J Commissioner Maltbls asked to.it
tlon be taken by the commlaalon
Iteeelver Frederick W. Whlt-
.(6r the failure to o Derate hla
when other oompanlaa were able
dn car. Chairman McCaii and
Commtaaionnr Williams opposed tak
flaRfi'.'daV action- Aa there ware only
taroe commissioners present at the
BOetlttg, Hr. Msltble waa obliged to
drop the aubject by a voto of two to
MM.
' , After the mooting Commission Malt
aid to the Evening World: '1
1 received a number nf letters v.d
hone communlcatlona from per
campanialng agalnat the break
m ths Third avenue aystem's
sarvloa. Thla
whoa other
tfcnt Ue un
DIES IN SNOW BANK
NEAR HIS HOME AS
WIFE AMDSON WAIT
lidward Ni Town.send, liditot
of Nassau County Republican,
Stricken With Apoplexy.
MEMBER OP OLD FAMILY
Widow Sees Body on Side
walk When She Arises
This Morning.
Within algbt of the llghta of bla
home In Teulli atreer, Garden t'lty,
la In where hi wife aad young non
were walling antloiialy for hla arri
val, Kdward Nlooll Townaend, editor
nf the Najeau County Republican and
a mmnlier of one of the oldeat fam
ine of tang Talajid, fmae to death
Inat night. Hi. waa aelted with apo
plexy aa be Beared bat front gatr after
a long, tollaomn walk from the trol
ley, and fell helpleea In a aaowdriri,
whore the bitter rout overwhelmed
blra. a
Mr. Townaend waa flfty-alx yeara
old and very a tout. Ho loft hla office
In Hempeiead for hla boma In Garden
t'lty after o'clock taat night, riding
in a trolley rar to a point a few blorka
dlatant from hla houaa. Ilia way led
along the old Stewart palate a wide
unprotected at retch. A botetemua
wlad fought blm and deep aaow drift
wore piled on the eldowalka.
STRICKEN WITH APOPLEXY
NEAR HIS HOME.
Dctora who have made an InveatlgH
tloa aay that the utmggle waa too
much for Mr. Townaend and au apo
plectic atrokc, which he bad feared for
aome time, felled htm aJmoet aa be
turned Into hit own dooryard. Had
he gone a few atena farther the light
from a window of hla home would
have revealed bla form.
Mra. Townaend aad her eon Cleorge,
waited for Mr. Townaend until al
moat midnight Then there being no
further trolley aarvtce. they auppoaed
ha had remained In Hempstead for the
night and gave up their vigil. No one
paaaofl the Townaend boma during the
bight.
After arlalng thla morning, Mra.
Townaend raiaed the ahada of the
window of her room and looked out.
Baa aaw a form on the atdewalk In
front of the houaa. Calling bar son,
wbo waa already downstalra and
dressed, aha hastened out aad found
the body of her husband.
Mr. Townee ad'a family at one time
poaaesaod, by royal patent, the land
on which la aow situated the village
of Oyator Ray. Ha was a eon of Sol
omon Townaend and Helen Uekay
Townaend. Resides hla widow, two
eon and two married daughters, ho
Is survived by three brothers.
arm round conduit a have become filled
with froxon anow and Ire, thereuy mak
ing It Impossible to run ths power
shoe through the slot, or to obtain con
tact with ths electrical channels
DECLARES CONDITIONS COULD
HAVE BEEN AVERTED.
"This condition of affairs could have
been prevented If the company had
run Its cars and sweepers continu
ously during the etorm of Friday
night and Saturday. Instead of re
ducing tbs number uf cars operated.
it snouia nave increased tnem so si
to prevent ths conduit from filling up.
Tbs Nsw York Railways Company
apparently did so. with the result that
Its lines continued operation."
Chairman McCall, when aaked why
the Commlaalon declined lo take ac
tion agalnat the company for failure
to perform service, replied: "The
conditions were extraordinary."
Under tha law, a St root railway
eempsny falling to sarry out the
ardors ef the Publie Serviee Com
mlaalon and eperats cere la liahla
la a fine of $6,000 pgr day.
NEW YORK RAILWAYS COMPANY
CARS RUNNING.
A complete inspection of all the aur.
face lines In Manhattan reveals the
following traffic conditions:
All tha lines of the New York Hall
ways Company maintained continu
ous operations, though much Impeded
and delayed by traffic blockades. At
no time were any of Its cars snow
bound. On tbs Third avenue system prac
tically only the Third avenue main
line below One Hundred and Twenty-
ninth street haa been In
stneo laat Friday night
operation
The Forty-second street and upper
Broadway line haa not run a car
elnce late Friday night. A striking
example of the breakdown of service
was ths sight of five cars stalled on
Broadway at Hlxty-flret atreet for
two days and a snow sweeper stalled
at Klghty-alxth atreet for a similar
period.
On Broadway, between Slxty-flftb
and Seventy -second streets, tha tracks
Of tha Broadway line are used by the
Sixth and Amsterdam avenue lines
nf H New York Railways Cuuipauy.
This short strstoh of track wae the
only part of the Broadway surface
Una above Forty-second atreet that
has bad street car traffic sines Fri
day night. Its operating condition
was duo to the activities of tha Nsw
Vat afaanaay paUar (Ma to any-
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thing done by tha Third avenue com
pany, which owna the track.
TRAFFIC ON TENTH AVENUE
TOTALLY SUSPENDED.
Traffic on the Tenth avenue linn
has been totally auspended since Fri
day night.
The One Hundred and Tenth street
erosatown line went out of business,
but on Hunday a few etorage battery
oars were run. On Monday I he line
waa closed again.
The Avenue R line kept going dur
ing the first storm, but csaaed opera
tlona on Mondsy.
The Twenty-eighth end Twenty -
ninth street orosstown line linn not
been operated since Saturday.
Tim Klngsbrldge line, running to;
the far northern section of the city, i
above One Hundred and Twenty .fifth
street, la not In operation.
HARLEM CARS RUNNING SINCE
MONDAY.
The One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
street erosatown line, the main thor
oughfare of Harlem, was operated
only oaat of Third avenue until Mon
day morning, when It got going Its
entire length.
Tha Flfty.ntnfh street erosatown
lino waa abandoned Saturday, but on
Sunday aome atorage battery curs
were run. On Monday regular ser
vice was resumed.
Tha Third avenue main Una, shel
tered much from tha etoria by tbo
elevated railroad structure, haa been
kept In operation, but greatly lm
peded by vehicular traffic. Rs service
above One Hundred and Twenty
ninth atreet haa been only occasional.
CITY IS STILL SNOW-BOUND, DE
SPITE THE CLAIMS.
Demoralisation of the Third ave-!
nua's aystsm was only ona result of
the bilimrd. however. Although
Street Cleaning Commissioner Feath
erston and Snow Inspector Gunttier
aaya that 46 per cent, more (now bus
been removed since laat Saturday
morning than was removed In a sim
ilar pertoo. during the big Christmas
storm of 1912, New York remains to
day, except for a few "spots," almost
as snowbound as at any time since
the beginning of the blizzard
There were a doaen or more Incip
ient rlota In various parts uf New
York to-day, led by men who were
angry over not being employed at
anow shovelling. There were no cas
ual ilea, but the police bad a busy
time of It st several points.
At the offices of O. V. Mltcbel, a
anow removal contractor at Hudson
and Barrow streets, about two hun
dred and fifty men gathered and there
was a furious demonstration when It
waa found that there was work for
only 160.
MEN STORM PLACE WHEN WORK
IS REFUSED.
The men who weren't picked tried
to atorm the place, but were finally
appeased and sent elsewhere
"The trouble la," aald one of the
snow contractors, "that we cannot get
enough trucks or carts. We are paid
by the yaid, you know, and the more
men we can put io work the bettor
for ue. The trouble is general und Is
due to the fuel that there aro more
men looklnK for work than we can
use In the daytime. The traffic Im
pedes work. But nearly every one uf
these men will be busy to-night,
when the streets will be clear of ve
hicles and we can go right along."
Fire Commissioner A dam son la fear
ful of a conflagration, admitting that
his depart meiit Is In no shape now to
rope with one. lie has had forty snow-
ploughs, manned by firemen, clearing
paths In Iratll or (Ire-houses, but these
lanes snd In snow piles where the city
haa not yet cleared the streets.
A result of the lleup of waffle has
been the Inrreaae In prloe of perish
able foodstuffs. Milk haa sold aa high
aa It cents a una. t Sobool attendanca
haa fallen off because parents a ill not
1st their children atruggls to and from
aehool In th present condition of the
streets.
NEWARK PAYS MORE FOR SNOW
Rr MOVAL WAGONS. "l
Commissioner letherston and In
spector Ounther say they cannot got
msn and wagona to haul away the
anow because higher prices are paid
for labor and teams In Newark and
by tha railroad oompanlaa. It da-
PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN THIS
ps, a I $yt ' I
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M-loir,i to-day, when the payrolls
were made up, that In all five bor.
nghs only 1 1,301 men have been
employed in cleunlng the at met s, ln
atead of the 11,000, which wua the
number estimated.
A atart waa made to-day at clean
ing Rroadwuy from Twenty-third
atreet to Thirty-eighth atreet. The
three blocks from Thirty-eighth to
Forty-first street were cleaned last
night. Otber gangs were at work In
Thirty-fourth atreet, but other main
travel arterlea were left untoucbed.
WILL TRY TO CLEAN UP BROAD
WAY FIRST.
Lexington, avenue. Madison and
Park will bl lsft uutll Broadway and
Fifth avenue have been cleaned, and
ao far Sixth avenue haa not boon
touched, though Commissioner Feth-,
erston planned to turn hla Broadway
and Thirty-fourth street gangs Into
this thoroughfare when their Initial
tasks have been completed. Tha
atreet cleaning officials make ne se
cret of the (act that they are pray
ing (or a thaw. Without one' there Is
clearly no hope of cleaning the
streets short of a week or tea days.
MIT0HIL NOT SATISFIED WITH
STREET CONDITIONS.
Mayor Mttchcl, who got back from
Atlantic City yesterday, admitted to
day that he waap't entirely satisfied
with the situation, although he de
fended Commissioner Ketherston,
"I shan't be satisfied until regular
traffic la possible again." said the
Mayor. "I have made some sugges
tions to Commlslsoner Fethsrston and
I must say I think he has done pretty
well. I have told him to concentrato
hla efforts on the main arteries nf
traffic. Clean them flrat and then go
after the byways."
"Have you found any fault with
Commissioner Fetheraton?'- Mr.
Mltchel was asked.
"I believe there might be a little
better generalship, a little more cen
tralizutlon of forces at strategic
points. There are some things which
must be kept In mind to realise prop
erly the position of Mr. Fetherston.
Yesterday he called up 175 trucking
companies and got promises of only
twenty-five trucks. But not even one
of thut small number sppeured.
SAYS "COMMISSIONER HAS NOT
DONE SO POORLY."
"During a given period of 191.
when there was a atorm of consider
able magnitude, 28,210 loads of snow
were removed. The period 1 mention
covered three daya. The total num
ber of loads removed under Commis
sioner Fotheraton during ths three
daya following the beginning of the
work on the present storm waa 14,lt,
so you sec the Commissioner has not
done ao poorly.
"During the atorm of lt there was
a depth of n.s inches of anow and the
approximate depth of the combined
atorma with which the snow cleaner
are now contending la 15 Inches.
"On Dec. 26, the biggest day of the
112 atorm, 16,t?4 loads of snow were
removed. On Feb. Ik yesterday
18.000 loade were carted away. It
must be taken Into coneldaratlon that
the temperature during tho time the
men were working at the 111! atorm
waa St degreee on an average. The
average temperature during the car
rying on of the present snow clearing
job is II to 31 degrees."
WILL HAVE NEW SNOW REMOV
AL PLAN SOON.
"Of course when a now administra
tion assumes control on Jan. 1, In the
heart of the winter. It would not be
possible to change snow removing
plans made by those who have gone
before. One must take what there la.
If we had attempted to make sudden
obangea In the aaow removal i.t'.
before thla atorm wa would bae beJi
AFTERNOON BY EVENING WORLD STAFF
l et ' . I Hi iN4 ...
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up aKiiinat a Worse system than we
have to-day."
By this announcement the Mayor
indicated that nsxt winter New York
would have an entirely new sno
removal plan.
OIVERT TRAFFIC TO RELIEVE j
rue enMAriTinki
in order to relleva the traffic con- !
geatlon In tho downtown v. holesalo !
and manufacturing districts, due to 1
the accumulation of enow, new and j
drastic traffic regulations were Is
sued by the' Police Department to
duy. Beginning at noon, Orand street,
from Centre to West Broudway:
Spring street, from Lafayette atreet
to West Broadway, and Houston
street, from Lafayetta street to Weet
Broadway, were restricted to west
bound traffic.
Prince atreet, from West Broadway
to Lafayette stroet, and-Eighth street,
from Lafayette street to Hlxth av-
IUW,t wei.e given over to eaatbound
traffic exclusively. Aa the afternoon
wore on, the regulations diverting
eaat and west bound traffic to cer
tain thoroughfares were extended to
cover crosstown streets In tho shop
ping districts.
OUT OF TOWN MEN FAIL TO
LAND JOBS.
Complalnta were made to Street
Cleunlng Commissioner Fetherston
to-day that men aent to uptown sta
tions of the Department or street
f leaning, with cards Issued by the
Municipal rcmploymeni nureau at
No. 27 Lafayette atreet, are unable
to get work In the snow removal
operations. It Is said preference Is
given to men recommended by Al
dermen and politicians.
No claim Is made that the men
recommended by Aldermen and poli
ticians do not need the work. Nor Is
It claimed that they are not residents
of New York and heads of families.
The complaints were filed by tran
sients .who have drifted Into New
York for the winter and will drift out
again when the weather gets warm
and the big construction jobs out
through the country are resumed.
Alderman Wendell Introduced an or
dinance at this afternoon's meeting
of the Board designed to give resi
dents of New York City the prefer
ence in the matter of employment.
It Is claimed by Wendell that tha
major portion of men who apply for
work at the t'lty Employment Bureau
are non-reildents. Commlsiloner of
Street Cleaning Fetherston Is criti
cised In the ordinance for giving the
City Employment Agency applicants
preference over tnose recommended
bv Aldermen and other citizens Fu
sion Leader Curran objected to the
Immediate consideration of the or
dlnance and It was referred to com
mi t tee.
LITTLE GERMAN BAND
PLAYS A REQUIEM FOR
Leader of East Side Bohemian
Has Simple Funeral in
Room Over Saloon.
'The flrat blood of Bohemia which
Is for this purpose not In Austria, but
on the east side attended the funeral
thla afternoon of Zoe Anderson Nor
rls. who had been queen among them.
The little Herman band ahe used to
hoar In the courtyard beneath her
Kaat Fifteenth street flat stood In the
hack room of the dance hall where
the ceremonial waa held and p!ayei,
as she hnd requested, the dead music. !
The members of he', Ragged Kdge
i "lil were there In force and ready to
march through tho snow, If need be.
so the writer who had foredreained
her own death might have Just the
kind of funeral aba prescribed la her
farewell writings.
All in all Boa Noma's fuaarai was
OF SNOW AND UTTER
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
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like her life. That Is to say it wits aa
she would have done It, alight tho
dead witness and resulate their own
exits. The little hall at No. tot Ave-
, nue A. where the crowd gathered and
i.. - .
1 "and Placed and the minister de-
llvered the final talk, was over B j
"""on- T1n u,oon 'n ,urn ,H 'mf I
"a a howling alley und both are'
conducted by John I.liiiiincr, who
uuw or cared little about the etrana-e
funeral going on upstairs Ho was
posting s notice to the effect that u
disputed game w uhl be ruled off to
morrow night and could not atop to
worry about funerals.
The ceremony opened with u se
lection by the Little German Band.
The muaic was aome what wheeiy.loluh
BUI llll&l uiw not yrriTHt uiuaw UI llic
women present rrom crying auaiuiy.
Miss Sldonle Perdon, un artist and
close friend of the dead woman, waa
so shaken that she was forced to
(save. There were more evidences
of the emotion felt for the dead
woman when the Rev. Dr. Von Her-
rlck of Bt. Paul's Chapel delivered
the final oration.
Among friends of Mrs. Norrls and
members of her olub who were pres
ent were: Christian Oerhardt, J. H.
McPike. Mr. and Mrs D. H. Mcfal
lahan. William Oberhardt. the artist
who illustrated Mrs. Norrls' Kaat
Hide Magazine: Judge Oeorge O, H.
McAdam. Edward H. Hawkins, a
painter; Edward Baffin, Mrs. E. M
Boeworth, Phillip Bedell, Mrs. Lottie
(litfiilmin John Vruiiri, Tucker
President of the Twilight Club; Mrs
Racey Wood, Mrs. J. D. Baxter and
Mre. Hannah Well.
Bobert Norrls of Kansas City, son
of the dead woman, and Mra. Fletcher
Chelf of Hurrodsburg, Ky., her
daughter, were present und will take
the body back to Harrodaburg for
burial to-morrow.
JUAREZ ENTRIES.
The Juarez entries for to-morrow's
races are as follows:
KlltsTHai'B evinnf: tare rest obis und as.
wr,ra: we mile. Kick, St, i lenerml war-ea,
M, Matsl. M K B 'Marie t'oftiilt. Hi
Minatur JanuM, ICHi. Uswr bid. Do. Ail m.,
lea. MirUt klsriiiu. Urt. Dt'y. Int. fraalfa,
llK'l : Kin. Hi". Q, I Nunall. In... Mr V Un
lofl. I'nmutiin. lov Monunt. le.
SKi'tlNti It At i; Hrlllnl Ibris, irtrnlila and
unaanl all fiirlnna,. "Jtilin Hurl 07 Kve
Whit, lfm; T.T-,. I0t: Cloak. lOHt Mlatli
Hrtaiit, ton ; Anatlua. in: Nam. 10
ay
Toatarract. in.', "lasiy iitrwunn. in., n
.ttlw, na mimr imp, i.
1I1B- llniaflnn ll.a- Uaaalu. till.
Risk,
THIHII BAVB rurw: tlin yrar hum li lur
-a' -nine, lui , i uwiauiiia. int. rear
loft : Hot. I0rt: Wild Hnrae. tun : Kla
Wmth. m. Xtil I'ath. 108. IW.. 10.
Ktil HTII B A; fc-Tfirea-yeae. lda and upward,
tliuxaaa Maa.li. an, one mil. unt.uj DO.
Mihon Ua. dee. Ii Alr Kltil riimn. H; JitM
103: Trulj. 10:; Jnha Hearduo. It:'; Con
a 1'ia. us.
Kll-rii RA rtalllna. uree-jear nidi ami
uumrd: one laiie. -Ann, ki. iii.i iKit.li
PS: r-swhum-aaa. 1M) naimsia
eta. KiH; PkUIW
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Arsirentic allowance. Track fan
Sac what a full flavor
coffee can have.
Serve Vuban to-night.
Everyone in your family
will aay "This is rem!
coffee you have found
it at last."
YbBAN
His iVbudits Guast Ca0m
FIGHT TO BREAK
ML OFCOUNTESS
Hubert and Margaret De Stu
en Accept Money Compro
mise from Zborowskl Estate.
A
new chapter in tiw atorj of tho
MW 1 UHNHW .niUK-ini bBOrB BB
. Smers-Zborow .ski, detuillnir the cir-
late
cunistancoa nf her estrangement from
ber Mist huslmml. Baron da Bttters
. . . .
"',
StUS
umi their two children.
Hubert dB
rs ami MargBrel de
Btuora, now
the Countess i iberndorff, came
light to-day In the report or Itsforoe
Charles llowlaud ltusaell. who recom
mends that the contest brought
against fountess KboroWgki'l a 111 by
the two de Steurs children he com
promised The report was filed In
the Supreme Court.
The compromise, which Is agree
able to the attorneys on all sides.
gives to the two children t32."..flf0
In consideration of which thev
are to drop thn contest and a clause
In the Countess Zborowski's will t on
detnnlng and disinheriting her two
children by her first marriage la to
be expunged. The two children aro
to pay their share of the transfer
tax on the Countosa's estate, which
la valued at nearly ti.000.tNs), an I
which she inherited from the Astor
aatats
rne entire estate, save for
small beqUBBtB, was left to
Zborowskl, a son born of tint
a few
Louis
f OUtl-
toss's second murriuge.
The fountess Zborowskl, wh
waa
I a alater of Arthur Aator Curoy. now
in Harvard, and Henrv Astor farcv
"
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OFT CANDY goes to
WOrlda A mo,t fiicnt Mail Order and Parcel Past Do
part men t in charge of a painstaking expert and
ataff of competent assistants forms the connecting link be
tween our big Candy Makins Oraranizatlan and thai eaaa
remote parts of tha oarth. In Sunny Spain, Darkast Egypt and tha
Froxsn North. LOFT CANDY is introducing its joys tho same as H
Ha been doing in A merles for over half a century.
Special for Tufday.
Af'IDVLATKU rifl'IT TABU
Three awreia are llaeored wllb ths
J aires of panseiil fralta which slva
I Seas a pleaslnslr tsH
tawis. M different flavors J g-k
-uak. ao tlijrtajeM. (a
Sugg f lion for Tuoday.
BARI.KY POAB C'tTH Mill
reunion aliased candle Just rlwck
fsl ef seed ehl fashion whelasame-
neaa, prreenlea in van.
I'riiorrmint. Wlntersreen,
15c
aaaaufraa and oilier Inslv
rim or. ruiBit
nark Raw. f'onlandt. 1'2'lh St.
until IO a'rlarh. All ear al
w, renlay
ill IB a'rl.
KAHCI.IV
asd at.
B4 BAIM't.lV Km I: FT
fiaroer Kwarah Blreet
rASala BOtt' A N'HHU
ST.
soo4BM,8',ai,'BJSKi
OSsaTrBB C,JBt4Ts' SaTsrsBsi
SB BAKT XI d NTRKKT a& aM
Jaat Wees f I'onrth svermr W
The aewinaS welsat laaisae
tisJP
Join This Happy Processionj
JUST READ WORLD ADS. TQVDtAfett
n 1 7i ii it tl Union lrhieMr Htuert
in l7j. Mo wns thin chrajiCaffairs
In Washington for lwlfctflwl. Afte
the marriage the couple went to Kn
rope and lived lor aomo tlaa In PSBJ
In IMS the Huron and hla Wlf
quarrelled. Hhe rettifnd to tb
fnlteil Hlnte und nt to Blou)
Valla ii when. hc obtained I
iIImim lii the i ' rlt ahe ma
ried the fount Klllott Zliorowakl. Hh'
was awarded the ruatody of both he
children In the divorce decree, bU'
when ehe attempted to take them II
rUBtody he was Ihwnrted b thi
Raron. tattli Bborowsltli the eoi
win. received nil the eatale under tb
will. WM Iniin In IIS.
on April I, IPOS, the fount Zborow
Mkl waa killed In an automobile BOOT
denl near Nice, France. The C ounteai
died it RrMjfO Mill. Canterbury, Kng
land, July f, V
trrdlet of BIMfcl for Wra. talor.
lira Madeleine Force Anr wa.
n .i.Ih.I SKS.'i dnmnKfii In Maslatrat
McAvoy'a fouri here to-dm heeauee o
iniiu. ilonc trie por'icu in im.tww
avenue home n lien 11 motor irui:a aoi.
lion collided me I then "kidded Into tbl
. i.,,. fr..nt The dntnasea are egalne
II II. Mae) i Co., ownera of the truck
The Titanic widow onht In recover $1.
ADO from the Macy fompanv and tl
MHine a mount from the Fifth Aveeui
ittiHii Company.
like TUeves In the Nifkr
The microbes of decomposition wi
DESTROY the TEETH and otherwise
effect the general health, work mostly
AT NIOHT. snd they do their week
extremely well, as sny dentist can
testify.) V
However, as with every other man
ace, there is s safeguard
Use it before retiringandyourmouthla
"BURGLAR PROOF"
Sit H afcta ansa) la www eeaar
rake aad ekW taa aw
eweta uanesUr-
ad a. u
herMbsef anw-
XKrkr
GEO. BORGFELDT dk CO.
"iw TOIa CHICAGO U
la. Bat PIT
Wke he a odd-wide ftp
taiSoe for quauty.
ik. ka awckaal wB
yea wast the Baa. 50c esd ap.
year csaor. bv the We I OB.
area Imj mn ant rWJ
I A eVesa tm cut ram ft
' tkfugk 32 thickntutt f tktttt cM.
If you don't see thla 2rC
It Isn't WIS8 Vjgg
TtTTUI Treated, filled and restored to
ILLIfl. natural condition. Extraction
DR. WEICERT
63 WailXSt.
irwr Ilk at.
on. rmdr BSSB).
Hear S,
sun.ljx hr artwtat-
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LO-lT, Kt). 111.
Ilbt-raj rewanl.
.litis, mil la hUtt
Adiirau l 457 World
every pert of the civilised
opeciai for YVtdnmgdo
VAN
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BKUHV
bawl, of
BssaaassiaiBB!! Ini
IMN-oiatte
bnr.
i"f'ion lor Vtednasafi
2t.A
AiarwiHTKII HARM I'ANDI
rulUrtlon that
vee
laat Ins
dainties, aurh aa MeaBHaaBS,
ullirr enn.ill, u,. yB-A
r nil
manr
In, ,,.
niiiNn tin awsuFskf
ad Hreel
BatarSar
kirn Mfcei
aA
fi
the
oontalnar
It ll a merry throng and asSMapsf.
ous Ml that followi In th QC I of
woru iuS.
They my fall in line In the fernlng,
laden down with business t rouble tad
home problems to solve, but Watch
their happy Uces at the daya tad.
One can see at a glance that tha
want-dllmg World ads. they co&ul id
so eagerly when the day Un hava
made many a downcast eye, shirk U
Witn rfiitucJ liop and couraaw-
ll's-a wonderful mission tWR World
ads. perforin each day, poliatlag out
thousands of oppdrtunltle. ffTwork
hire rent, buy, Mil, ftc, to onC ad
vantage. 7
If you doubt thit oppordhiaiiv la
constantly thumping at your door
Ista9
V.Vh1 uthu,
lo bbbbbWL T II ssisaaaul
SMfficM Mst rBtBiNSil,IBiS
Uoat
I, - 1 wntk wira riveak. lasBt
yea wast me Beat. SOcssJep. PrasB X "
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