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TM1 IVllflXQ WOILD, TUESDAY, NOVIM1I1 17, 1114.
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ST REVEALS
ENTLESS HUN
T
EX-CONVIC
T
ctlvcs Constantly qn Trail
.Tom McCarthy, Porger,
b Since His Release.
ad tb arrest at On Ilundt e4
StaUenth Btreef and Seventh
Mat night of ifcuoii Abrams
lit Weat On Hundred and
nth Straat and bit arraign-
t-ay In Centr trt Court
chare of passing a famed
for I1.H0 th (tor of how
freed from Bin Sing after
roars bablnd ban became at
SIM nuniea quarry i pnvai"
unr to "oak avowing'
Mtlmatlon of tb bank and
'aa rawed day and night on tb
that M womla not ml an
Ufa.
atonthe ago, Tom McCarthy,
a a olevar "pan man" on of
it la tb trad nu let
t sat at Um prison with
Mtkat titl M In hla pockat.
m took tb flrtt train out at
4(mMtm war a bta trail.
to Nw York and wont fa
wttk hi "Ctrl." Within six
h and the rlrl wr arretted
atMpltftlng In a 11 roadway depart-
McCarthy waa rem red
M0 ball. Tfcra WNki at tb
detllve aireaUd DM
oa Um atrtMUi ' a far god
for S70 on the Oreenwieh Baak.
if waiting trial on that chart urA
t MO ball.
Ifkm ha lift Ui Criminal Curt
arttr Milling mo nan matir,
plckd up hla trail again.
selrig lblr vigilance day and
Tkf aaw him meet a man at
ay and Chamber atreet on
II and Immmedately lnclude-1
man la their eaplonoge. Thin
UArry vreat to th Wdetlty
Company at No. 1 Hudson atreet
daoaitd im in eaab,
aa aaceuat under th nam of
Mo. 1M Ckambar
COMMISSION CM'T AID
III BUNKING ELEVATED
Chairman McCall Tells Committee
Removal Striidtires Would
I Keduce Debt Margin.
I Choirman Edward K. McCall of th
I I'ubllo Kcrvlc Commission 1 heart
ily in sympatny mm in right th
lironklyn Committee of On Hundred
I making to rid that borough of tho
unsightly lvatsl ktraoture on It
main arterl of traAo, but fall to
m hww tb Pablle ferric Controls
lun can aatt la giving any Irani-
tllntn rollef.
Commissioner McCall outlined tb
attitude ot tb Cotamlt1on to-day
' Iti a reply lo a oonimltte consisting
ot ftobrt A. Shaw, Col. A. L. Kline,
(Ml. Willi M. Ogden and otbr Urook
lynlte who railed last week to sound
him on hi attitude toward th plan
for th dprsstn of lerud tracks.
Pointing m that th Public Her-
vie Commission, In adopting and
agreeing to th dual subway system,
had lo tako certain mattery at It
found them, lis eafit:
"The valuitlon of these elevated
rallroA'la figure In thi'totnl itmount
nf assessments of property on whloh
tb city' debt margin Is bused. Any
destruction whloh Is what thii r
moral would mean would roduo
that margin proportionately,"
Chairman McCall Invited the
Itrooklyn Committee to sulitnlt any
legal and engineering aUfrgeiitlon.i It
may have lo lb Commission.
Mr. tuft WaaU th Patello la Know
ravels,
fleorge W. lft, through his counsel,
Messrs. tieektnen, Menken and Orlscom,
has Instituted a suit for libel acalnst th
Hew fork Tribune for 11(0,000. Ills ae
tlon Is rased upen'artleles alleaing that
he, aa Chairman of th Campaign Com
mittee of lb Oemocratlo County Com
mittee, sent letters ta Federal employees
requesting contributions to campaign
funds.
Whan th article first appeared Mr.
Loft want to th office of th Untied
State Dlatrlet-Atlornsy and requeated
an Immediate Grand Jury Investigation.
As tb newspaper attacks bam been
continued, notwithstanding th com
pleteness ot Mr. Loft's denial of any
connection with the letters In question,
lm hope to b niiln, through his libel
It, to let thn public have the full In
fnrmatlmi ns to thn exnet 'nets, which
might t othsrwUe unobtainable.
FOUND DEAD ON DRIVE.
Traanl Officer Probably lll four
Mnrlra Into Court.
The boly of Jitirnis M. Odoll, a truant
ot'l'tr, wns found Just beforo noon to
day In thn court nf the npnrtment house
at No. HO Riverside Drlvs, under the
window of the apartment In which he
llvnd, four storlos above.
Mrs. Anna 3. Udell Is manager of the
apnrtmont house. Hhe loft her husband,
ho has bn suffering from a nervous
breakdown for soveral months, alone In
the apartment lo maka the rounds of
the house.
No one, so fsr as could be learned,
diw Sir. O'lrll full. A pauorby ran Into
the hell and notified the telephone npnr
ntnr of Um prnsnnon of the dead body
In the side court.
Oilnll. who was slaty-one years old,
was subjected lo protracted attack of
melancholia and had frequent fainting
spells. He waa twice brouiiht home nitnr
having fallen unconscious on tbe street.
SEARCH COURT FOR BOMBS.
Hrnns Curnny Cautions Defore
Opening fnqaest,
tlofore beginning the Inqueet Into
the killing of Leonardo Angelo, shot
to death ay two cronies In a card
Jame at 10.10 t M. on Nov, I, Coroner
"rome T. Healy of the Ilronx ordered
his courtroom cleared and searohed
for bumbK. None was found: but to
prevent any chance of trouble tbe
Coroner excluded all spectators and
allowed thn wltnessos to come In only
ono at a time.
Angelo waa winner In a peoullar
Italian card game which has sent
more men to the grave, the chair and
th hospital than even draw poker.
It Is played by group. The winner
Invites everybody except one to
drink at the expense of the loser.
The Jury found that the killing was
done by persons unknown. Ten wit
nesses were locked up In default of
$100 ball each.
Cold Hfiell WldeepreagT"""
WABIIINOTON, Nov. IT. With th
temperature below sera from Northern
Mliinesotn to the Montana line and a
general falling of the mercury from the
plains Btntos eastward to the Atlantlo
end southward to the fJulf of Mextuo,
Wenther llureau experts to-day pre
dicted warmer weather toward the end
of the week In the Kast and In Uie In
terior valleys on Thursday.
FIRE ENDANGERS CONEY.
firemen Have Hard right to Keep
Bias fraaa Spreading,
The effective work of firemen In a
high wind saved Coney Island froea
what might hare been an extensive
blaxo at 1 A. M. to-day. Th three
story frame f total Savoy, In Ocean Park
way at West Avenue, waa burned, but
tho flames were ;onltnd to the one
building, which Is leased by Mrs. Mary
Altos. No ouu was living in tb build
ing. A resident of the neighborhood on his
way homo to-day saw smoko and sent In
an alarm. Tho firs bad a good start,
but was ao quckly extinguished It lid
only tl.JOO dnmage. It la possible com
and set (Ire to It Whit emaklnv.
Marshal Hrophy Is trying to And out
now mo Diase siarteo.
one had broken Into tb ptae to sleep
:. ,ir
New Depnly Water Commissioner.
Commissioner William William ot
tb Department of Water Supply, Oa
and Ctectrlclty ha appointed Deloa F.
Wilcox as Deputy Commissioner at a
salary of IC.OOO a year. Mr. Wilcox waa
born In Michigan and lives at KlmhUrst,
L. f. For some time he has been em
ployed by tho city at a remuneration of
fi) a day as an oxpert In appraising
private water works In Queens.
STOMACH SOUR? STOP INDIGESTION,
HEARTBURN
PAP'S
01APPSIN
Don't Buffer! Regulate your
upset stomach in five
minutes.
Do some foods you cat hit tack lastc
good, hut work badly; ferment Into
stubborn tump and cause a sick, sour,
(jy stetnacV Now. Mr. and Mrs.
DysWtie. jot this dowat Pane's HI
pepsin digests evtrytklng, leaving noth
ing to sour and upset you. No differ
ent how badly yolir stomach is disor
dered, you get happy relief in five mlh
utes, but brft pleases you most Is thitt
it sVehgtheiiJ and regulate your stom
ach so yoU cad tat your favorite foods
without fear. Must rcmnlie ftlvc yo'i
relief suuiclimcs tlicy arc . slow, bill
uot jure. Liat'Hiu is titick, positive
and (nits your stomach in & hcaltli)'
coti'litloii no the i'iipry won't come
buck. ,
You feel iliifcrcsit as foon a Pap?
Dlapepiin ponies in cntitact -with Il.c
stniiiMch distrvsi just viuilslies your
stomach gets sweet, no gnses, tin belch
ing, no eructations nf umlijgciled footl
your head clears and you feel fine.
Put an end to stomach trouble by get
ting a I n rue fifty-cent case of Pane's
Diapcpsiu from any drugstore. You
rcnlizc in five ru liutrs how needless it ll
to suffer from indigestion, dyspepsia or
any nlomsch disorder. Advt.
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED.
A WORLD "WANT" AD. WILL GO AND GET IT
tta feu wing day th man call-
I yaeaiif Back dtpoaltad to hla a"
M It.MO in th form of a check
i is Men an th Mutual Aiiiaiio
aitkM.I wNk lha
aCl. Mmona, aa auctioneer of
iff draaa street
i aek wat tnrouga tk bank
tt question. The detactlv
of tb paaalng of th 6hek.
It to Blmon and heard fMm
taat it wa foraad.
t aignt, arur vatair waiting to
saon in conauitatioa witn mc-
y, tb convict. tbey arretted
Ha gave hla name aa Jacob
b
rtkv. tk dtoUvaa sa. la (ha
i Who jtcuted tb forgoty nf Ml.
ra name, xney nnvn't caught
y y.
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beer should be removed. This prejudice is held exclusively by people who do
not drink beer-AiVD IT IS FOB THEM . ESPECIALLY THAT THIS
ADVERTISEMENT HAS BEEN PREPARED.
Beer is the mainstay of practical temperance and provi;aUd and wholesome beverage.
It contains an immense amount of nourishment in a delightfully refreshing form.
It is not only most palatable, but is a wonderful aid to digestion;
It is a type of food which is very rapidly absorbed into the .circulation and requires no preliminary
digestion, but is easily oxidized in the tissues, thus affording a valuable source of energy.
The greatest Physicians and Scientists the world over advocate the moderate me of beer.
Prof. Chas. Fred'k Chandler, Chemistry Expert of Columbia University, on October 5th, 1914, said:
"Btr it one of the fw food that it free from bacteria. BEER and BREAD are both made from ceremh. Bread contain water and it
tolid. Beer contain water and i liquid. Yeatt make both more palatable and digestible. And only when taken in large quantities
it beer intoxicating,"
Dr. Henry Davy, Pres. British Medical Society, London, Eng.:
"Beer, bread and cheese for a meal i infinitely more scientific than the American meal of bread, tea and jam,'
Prof. Adolph Struempel, Vienna, Austria:
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him added energy, bmlsJ tissue and give nerve strength,".
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'in
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