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TUK EVEKIKO WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL t, It IS.
Chicago Candidate II. 3f. Siceitzer and His Wife 1
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VILLA IS REPORTED
I
Voting at Mayoralty Election Won hy Women
, 2,951 IN SEIZINli
NEUVE CHAPELLE
( lit. 4 W, . kiK ! ij
. .
OF 2,000 SOLDIERS
lt r.-wMi ? l .! MiiitNMmi
tart Hrt , m( T1,,,
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' II.
BRITISH
OSSWAS
ROUTED WITH LOSS
I i
Frcfi Troop in Belgian Ranks;
Army Strong an
lWIKIS All I Tki I
I-rt. n t t i '
uUttm If m H t W .Mit ' r
Wat Ut t iff Jay
Tin Wtrn ai 4 th Vpet
Canal, in lit WifiU Oral
Qra.hin, hat -,n c-ptlly
fal af lk niwif bp ''
trpt- T- Ceewiaiat l"
iiftdtf, l'g tthlnd tb-n
mtchm on a" ammunltUn,
Ts-tUr ' awittiy Ti
ti Hilltfy Im vtry lull
tlWilr "
Tl-c lit ifitii krt" t
iinif
mtrobtil put u,t Aumtt - uy
0nnn n.UirHL Km A it" rt hu
to bulb i'mtii nJ CmUn l II U
lnltibc Uitl trrry lUiit'tn 4nl ,
Germany and Holland Mann Troops
At Belgian Border, Says London
IvONDON, April I (L'nllM Vtrnt
lUporu that botb 0riniir l Htl
UrjJ r mawlna troop nlon lb
I)utci.ll-Un (rontlfr, rouil.l with
ruaior Ibal Ucruuny about to
Invade Holland, rvacbxl !nion
day frum Knfllih ourcn kl Tha
Ifamia, Amiurdam anil otbtr Dutch
rliki. Tba London ppr liM grrat
atraaa utm lba rurt.
Havcral Amittrdim daptchi to
1ODdon ntw agrnclr ilclnrr,l thn
Oannani were ra.iMlnK lamlaturm
rflmrnta and cavalry alone tha Ik!,
(la. Dutch border. On drapalch M
lha Kalncr'a troopa wera cntrcnchlun
on a line Itadlni northward from Ant.
wtrp and that purt of tba Kuns of
Astwrp had bea dismantled and
Biggest Italian Fleet in History
ayaus on mysterious Mission
ON TUB ITALIAN PIlONTIEIt.
A!til . Th warahlp of th Italian
fllet' dtpartcd tuddenl on Monday
' from tile Mediterranean naval ata
' tloa at Bpaila, OaU and Maddaltna
'laiand. Thy concentrated' at AU
guta. Hlclly, and at Taranto. They
iVcjuidice Against
Hair Removing a
Thing of the Part
- i
How much toflntBra ha "drfaa" upon
enttum or airjnillral l'or nwr look
arouud you uoio eTtntnir In tba ball
room, redauraiit, or on tha (tag, and
ote tba women In their modlab, atear.
Im frock, or tba abert tranaparrnt
iilounra. Uhienr how uniformly titan
'are ttielr arm, and Ibelr graceful free,
torn of motion. TU1 la liecause thy
are entirely free from blr aaaer tba
..am, and tba moat refined, rouaerra
tire wouien bave no longer any heal,
taary about removing It.
Tbe iinlcksat, alraplrat, and a feat wny
to ramoTo balr from lb fare. Up, ueck.
r arm la by an anpllratlan of Ei
Rado, tha Hanllary Liquid Ualr Be
aaorer. All you bare to do la to antorat
tha balr thoroughly with a little XI
Sado, and In few momenta tba balr be
coaae bannleaaly dUaolvad. You tbao
waab oft with a little plain water aad
tbe hair I ll gone, while tho iklu la
left In a perfectly tinootb, clear rondl
lion.
Any form of cutting or ahaelng un
desirable balr la moat unwtae, aa tbl
set only Inrrea the growth, but
' It Kl Ilailo la more atmpla to
there to no uiaaatag with pawdar
er route It remure the balr for a
aiocn longer period, and tbe hair beepe
becoming narr Inatead or coartrr wltb
each aDDllratlon.
Kl Itado I told la BOe and tl.00 atses
at leading Drug and Pepartmeat (tores
wltb the dltlnct undentanillng that
th money la to b refunded It aot satis
factory. liny a bottle of I"l Itado and
trr It to-night. Take nothing als.
If you preftr wa will gladly till your
order by mall direct, In plain wrppr,
U jou will write tnelnafng atampa or
coin. Kor full Information and letters
from prominent uters merely send a
ptiul, l'lltrlm HU Co., STW Kat ISth
Bt., New York. Ailut, o'.A
Seven Pretty Girls
WILL BE SENT ON A FREE TOUR TO
The Panama-Pacific Exposition
By THE BVBXIXG WORLD
mmd the UNIVBHSm. FILM GO.
YOU MAY BE ONE OF THE SEVEN!
Read the details of the plan in
the Evening World
SATURDAY!
Ever, Says King
.-..! I i
AltM f .
1 nvk
, (a, k
! riM ') in.' . iiik
I In win .i I la.iiir
I ' , la II, mi. r . IIiom
I" - ((4 tn if limn a4
'i n'ti- r iy rr tt nit
liwi i Kim 4i
4 lr ll'l((w . Mli I)
' ' nirtiM Uf riii i I
. .,. Tim Kin mmjI 4 Mill.
ii t. 'nrjc 4i. tlln i. tfmi
'IUI.n r.Vn w4 l.i
i nr totrt wtn.i ii
II. Ill.
I'"IN HJ VII IbuM- M'llO ! h ' in
lUI Mill Im rif4 m Mmlilrl4 i t - ,
u u
TlK-y UI U l.fu.wl r.MMl.
uirlM hI rfol
ki ! iffwft
lrtnprl4 to lrilrr position iitur i
th frontlr uf Holland. '
I'fom Th lliian ram iulWc from
i:nir!!h acurcru nnylmr that for tlm
Ut fortnlKht aouthirn pnti nrar M'l 1
flum havn lrn rvlnforrod with men '
and arllllrry Thn Dutch rrirular .
urmy of Ito.iioo na .i)d to hn fully
orrrivd and prpard for any fvrnl.
uallly.
In dli(imatln rlrrlrn, it I wild tr.
ilny tlmt llolliml lum iciiiili.i rinr
many fur u full Ptplnnatlon of th
ruraiit ntliuro of Dutch bout bound
for Riidaml with food (Virion. Th
Nothrrlntnli novnriimnnt I awaiting
an nnannr in imi uota
frlVlltn adVlcna from naillral
'1ll"C.rr.'.,.!'.,r,,.nrli 0,at. p,,,:1,c
npinion 111 iioimnn i
uriimiDK 111
namfil,
ro thus within a few houra of the
Adrlutl.
Italy now hoa the fliiont fleet In her
hlatory. It la headed by aevaral new
dreadnoutbta. of which th moat
formldablo la tho Conta dl Cavour.
wblch correapond.i In tbe Italian navy
iu urvai .irllNln'a Quean KlUabetb
Thn futurn tnovemanU of the fleet
are veiled with iib.ioluto aocreoy. It
la aaaerled that only tho King and
one or two of tho hlgheat Govern-
ment otllolala are acquainted with tho
plana wbloh havo been decided upon.
BRITISH STATEMENT
CONTRADICTS GERMANS
ON FALABA'S SINKING.
LONDON, April 8,-Tho Admlrultv
to-day laaued an orrlclal Ntntnmnnt ru-
gardlmt the torpexlolng of thn llnor
Knlabu, with tho lone of 112 llvou, to
It'fulo tho atuteitlnnt Irauod by th
(Jerinuii KniUiwy at Wnhlntoii.
Thn Admiralty denied the t'ulaba
carried any kiiiih. It was aUted thn
11 vi) minutes lnttrvriiliiK bctwmm tho
nutimiirliio'a wnruln nlKnnl uml thn
nxploilon of tlm turppdo were limuill
clent to penult tho pnaauugera and
urow to nocaixi. Kurthriuom, It whm
ntatrd, tho aubmarluu'a commander
ahot tho torpedo ut ehurt raugn, know.
loir great lima of life inuat reault.
Thn ntatemnnt pralaed thn conduct
of thn Kaliibii'a crew and nnHHt'iiiriiii"
and null! thrro was no ilvluy In Ketttruc
oiit inn iniaiM.
TRAWLER DESTROYED
BY MINE OR TORPEDO;
NINE REPORTED LOST
1
IvONDON, April 8. The Clrlmshy
Irawlur Znrlnn was blown up In thu
North Sen to-day. tt Is fenred tlmt
the nine men on the vrnsal worn el the
killed by the exploalon or drowned.
It la unknown whether thn Zarin
was ilcatroycil by n mine or a suli
marine.
LIQUOR IS BARRED
TO FRENCH ARMY IN
THE VOSGES DISTRICT.
l'AUI.S, April 8. Tho Ocnoral In
enmmund of tho urmy of thn Vosues,
with th consent of (Jen. Joffre, has
fot bidden tho purchann or f-nlu of
Bplrltuous liquors In thn territory oc
cupied by his army. Violators of thu
order will bn court-martialed and
punished severely.
f t-r n ln i'f I. Hi M
m i (jn mn : not is
ill4 mj Ha Olwi.
urc Cut Oil I-rwn
Thfltr flaw.
WAWIINttlO I Ar i
Ur OMMi uf ) Villi r i v
,.,4.M Mr ... .IsiN.M I
VUU Iti In l"' i
), rwnit hl 4fmll ffff
... ta . Pt,im,,i
rlln frmi la OtrriN,' i I "
I tl)aMr K"H ( ivM l'rrHI i I J
Alird' i'l i. In U dnliiliiit.'li lrili :ll
lal.l. Iiihk in that IIih i 1 1 -f 1 1
' Mu iiii :,0V( ilrtid ullil nil I '
H
Tim iiinuft-R In full n a fi.li.w '
"im" tnly iiinmlnr Imiiln
UM.I nwr (Vluyu UIwimii.
':" ommandml liy llrn Obrini
"" lr" tally IimI hy Vlll.i
1 J""1 I" rnctilpl of
Lu","unlcn""11 'r"m """ Ohrnnii
dvllii mo that hi lia .Iflrutnl
thn enamy, Inlllr.lliiK upon thnni n
lor uf ovrr i,W) ilmul nml wnundad
and a large iiiiiiiIht of prUnnern,
arm and Minrrtuiiltloii, Olirrgnn I
In puriult of the nvi'lng nneiiiy."
III. I'AHO, Tin., April a. Hy th
reported ilrfi-al of Urn, Uhrrgou'H
army In thn hint two duyn III Ontr.il
klmlco, ortlclula uf thn Villa funtlou
ilni'lnrmt In.iluv nl limrni lliul 1. .U
ollv blow had b.m alrtirk nt thr
Cirruma caiiar. lteporla tn thn Vllln
hrndquurtnrH aald Obri'Kon'a forcn
was ralrentlng aouthward from u
point midway livtwoen Qucietnro and
linpualo. Villa peraounlly Is direct
lug th pursuit.
i:ch sldn had from 20,000 to 2S,.
000 men, accordliiK to reports.
BRITISH PROTEST VILLA LAW.
Sllnlna Men In Maslru May Tbey
Canuul Comply With Mlatal.
HI. I'AHO, Tel., April 8. lirltlsh
mining men uf tha Durungo Dlatrlct
to-day aent to Hlr Cecil Kprlng-ltlce,
rtrl t lli Ambutaadur to Wtuhlniitoii, 11
protest agalnat tho amendment to tho
Mexican mining laws recently udnpted
by thn Villa government. Thn protect
was druftad by tha'Hrltlah vice cnnaul
at Duriiniro City.
Th mining men aaaerted that It
would liu lmpoljn lo comply with thn
Inw. which require that nil propertied
ahull bo worked continually with gov
urnmunt cnnnaratlon ua a iiennlty If
such work I lint performed. The Ameri
can mlilu omiicik already hnvu protnated
in ino Mtui ueimrinieiu, making u
almllar aaaertlon.
SOLDIER DESCRIBES
BELGIAN QUEEN'S VISIT
TO RUINED CATHEDRAL
LONDON. March SI (.Aasochitod
I'rcaH Correspondence). "I saw the
Queen of thn llelKlunit to-duy," writes
a Hcotch nnldlyr from thu front to
relatives In Ixjfidon. "I had gono ur
to thn ruined t'athndral with onn of
my otllcern for tho uftnrnoon servlcn.
Wlilln we wero thoro tho Queen ur
rived.
"aim came unexpectedly. No one,
so far as I know, dreamed of her
comlnif. .She wus dressed with what
I can only descrlbo us religious sim
plicity a severely plalu costume und
a tourist cup. Her companions wero
a IlelRl.in ottlcor and her physician.
0 far us I could hear no word was
spoken,
"Her Majesty fascinated me. Hhe
was as one who In weighed down
with KTlef: hr eyns worn tho eyes
of una who lum cried Ioiik and could
cry no mom, rine stood look 111: n
thn burnt und battered walls uf tho
sncrcd bulldlnK. awn-lnsplrnd. brnk
en, rrushnd. Hhn ncknowledged our
salutn with a melancholy smile,"
SULTAN CALLS OUT
YOUTHS OF 19 AND 20
FOR SERVICE IN WAR
i.u.n uu.n, April s.rn Hultan o
Turkey to-day authorized thu Min
istry of "War to cull out all tho men
cupublo of bearing- arms, Inctuslvn of
thn aires of I'J nnd 20. The Ministry
also Is glvan power to enroll for mili
tary vcrvtcn all immigrants for tbe
duration of mobilization.
CAlltO, Kfi-ypt, April 8. Yesterday
mornlnB a small body of Turkish
cavalry was seen hy tho lirltlsh
patrols a few miles nortliea.it of Kan
Ura (on tho railroad midway between
l'ort Maid and Ismallla.) A few shots
wero exchanged und tha onomy re.
tlrod. Thoro wore no casualties on
olther sldc
80,000 WARSAW JEWS
DRIVEN FROM HOMES
BY CZAR, SAYS BERLIN.
HKUUN (via wireless to Sayvlllr,
1. It Aunt irnnl'tH rt't'L'IVpd hlH't
from retroitnul bj that about 80,000
,II!WH UUVIJ im-vii nw
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ROH'T 3WB.tTZ.CR AND M' 3
ONE AIRSHIP PUTS
THREE OUT OF BUSINESS!
AikI One Aiislri.m lUunh Does the
I rick Aij.iiiisl Kiiisi.ui Myers,
Says Berlin Report.
IICMI.IN, April K (by wlrelraM to
Hayvlllv, l. I. An ucrount of an ax
ttiiordlnury IIkIU nwih nlvon out to-day
by the OvvnieiiH Nuv.i AKcucy, which
)u that Ita lnformiitlon was received
from lludupfMt.1 ll vonceriiH an en
counter between onn AuMrluti und
three ItUH-laii aeroplnnea.
Thn Auatrluii aeroplane, It. In Huld,
uucciicded In niduiillng uliovn Hm ml
vi'iM.11 Ihh and dropped 11 bomb whlnli
struck 0110 of the Itimnlan lUToplutied.
The KiihnIhii mni'hliio plunged l.SUO
yards to thn earth.
tiki roport Hnyn tnnt thn atmo
pluirlo dlHturlKiiii'o canned by tho
ran 01 tun aeropiano upsui tun other
two ItusHlau muolilnen, caunliiK them
both to whirl down to eurth.
Tho OvurhCiiH .Suwh AKenev iilloten tlm
Noun Zurlahcr '.vUuuk n.i tiayiiiK that
French uviiitorn durini; u nlBht IllKht
over SStriiHMtJurj; dropped bnmb.i,
which fell In a pri.Mnii camp tn wblch
wero coullneil uoo Frtincli Holdlers,
wuundlni; llvo of them suverely.
M. E. CHURCH FOR SUFFRAGE.
York Kiial I'liiiferrner I'tiaae
Volra for Women lleantiilliin.
Tho New York Knat Conference of tho
Mi'UimllM Kplncopal Churvli .which la
holme held In llronklyn, riimn out to-day
diirliiK lis second eaton In favor cf
wkiii'iii HiilTraKu.
The ivsoliitlnn In favor or MinTHKe wsa
rend hy the Itev, Dr. O, I'-. Il.irlholow,
uml II ndoptlon whm iilvihiiii.iiiIciI liy
oheiM. The leanlutlon was Hlimed by
Dr. lliirtlmliiw, Siipi rlnteiidenl Ulmer A.
lhmii .in" iiev wiiiiiru i,. i(oi)inou uml
Dr. Charles W. l-'lliit.
juarez Entries.
Thn .lunrez enlrlna for to-morrow's
racoH nrn iih fol own
l llt-l' IIXOK rt.llnia; Ilirn-juroliU in.1 lip.
M, fhe liirlin' V.w. 1ii. Cull, In.': (lit
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Ills I.l it.. UN N.Jilj. 113; llul.h Ann, li:..
Clmiki liotrlJ. II".
Mkl'llMI U.M'K -H.lunil; f..iir.)..ir.l.lji anj
upnl: IO' iuil tiiic-hilf Itirllt, 'limiH.t. leo,
ti l'a.llrk. lkl. Klllv st-nflrlil. tor Ivlui
ii'i, nr. .ijnrr, cmui rnur. liu. I nunU
lUI, l'lt, I.U.U1,), lli, Ultl, U;
Ilraikl. pi. '
rllllltl lUCI'J S,lllrt. lhr-.'jwr-1'la n,l nn;
im nitt rtit itiu-, ,, sunlit jig uii
SloUn Ante, IM, l.nlt Mini, 111; (inimrnililtlon
Tlwi. 1 1 are. In;, tlr.t,r, tiki; Klyma'
lii.1l llcnr IValhtnh, 10.1; ulu Tll.hiu.ul
1I1I'UTII IHI'I'. Tlir-i..r,,tU .,i
hujuui wimi fiirlncg., Kitty . in,. .Mtn!
Hiif.v HI, .Mlw 1'ifHir, :'. IViiUfiact, ti7: IUr.1
lull, Inn, K.n'iitor, 1117, Jliili. lie, Jotu Hr-
tin iiiii ii n -I iirt5pBr ou tiui uu:
IHMII lUCIT ollUili. lUrctf-vurol.U; (It,.
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Mk lli.iil. ll Vr.l. H0, II ir. Ilkl. Itr.iirr
jn-.'l itnl.vrr'i li.t. nil. LUml) Vt.nl. ln.1, Hi
-IXII HACK Kfllliu. thw t.s.m.1,11 .n.1 in.
.1! Ill" .ml IkII lurni;. Hi l.unut, ii,,
.Itwi.liu lltiu, Iim; Paliirr. JIV.i. Lift .
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B.l'iriiilliv au'M.iii.
Tine! Ml
BOWIE ENTRIES.
IMUNCH (IKOIKilJ ItACi: TltACK
Mil., April S.- The entries for to.
morrow's race urn aa follows :
KlItrtT HAL'i: Tin nit Dl,u. rnr f,.,L...
I'lolimr, lint; yu,vn Apple. Kill. Jl.i-mir.t ii
urn. i.ini. An.
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Mk.l'UN'11 It M'K Three el okla nl UBWirJ
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mi : nnn,i.,i.ir. ivi,, , .. ii , ill,. Ilitlitr.
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lot. iT.l.Uiiii, 1W!, l.a)dfro-nM. ni 0"k
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COOKED, WASHED, MADE
BEDS, WHILE HIS WIFE
WOULDN'T TRY, HE SAYS
Rinnan's Answer in Divorce
Action "I Was Good,"
Says Mrs. Furman.
,lty In Tlm Rienlng WnM.I
NHWAItK. N. J April .-A rn
muuro Hint culminated In marriage of
two employec.i of tho Consolidated
Trust Company of Now York had Its
sequel In tho dlvorco court here to
day when Mrs. Mary C. Kurmnn of
(iroshen Avenue, Vonkers, N. Y., bo
Kiin her IlKht for nlwolutn dlvorco
from her husband, Theodore II. Fur
man of Kast Orange, N. J., who Is
still employed nt tho CVin.liilldated
Trust Company.
Mrs. Furman bnforo her marrlngo
was onn of tho prnttle.it and most
popular Htenoi;rnphors In tho Now
York banklnt; housn. The pair wero
married In New York In April, I9U.
On Oct. 20. 1911. Furman, tt la nl
crciI, left his wlfft. On this ground
thn vroceedlnKs vere commenced.
When we wero llrat married I had
to net up, light tho Urn and cook the
breakfast tn our apartment in Two
Hundred and Fifth Mrnel, New York
City," said Furman In his testimony
to-day. "W'hon 1 returned at night
It w.s wash tlm dishes, cook tho din
nerfor both of us and then acaln wash
thn dishes after thn nvrntng meal, My
wlfn was not use to housn work ao
I did not mind. Hhe refused to learn
and after wu had a spat she told mo
she was koIiik out to work again.
w iv I even mnilo thn liens.
-Mrs. Kurmnn denied the allegations
of her husliand. Hhn contended that n
part of her mutiny was used in lining
up III" ttnt and that h was always
a model wife. "I did my work and
h knows It." shn said. "I did cook
and cooked well."
LONDON CELEBRATES
40TH BIRTHDAY OF KING
ALBERT OF BELGIUM.
IXINDON, April 8.-Th fortieth
birthday of Kin- Albert, of llolnlum.
was celebrated In London to-day with
unusual ceremonies In recognition of
tho Uelglnn monarch's heroic atand
ai.-alnst tbo Germans.
Sir Arthur Walsh, as master of
ceremonies ut ii blK mass meeting,
thi afternoon, urutentod tho con
gratulations of the Klni? nnd Quon
of link-land, and ouloirlnxl King
-.Hurt.
Sueclul llelutnn dinners will be
served In tho 1-ondnn hotels to-nlitht
Thn UolKlnn isinuusay was ajpro
prlately draped,
SCOTTISH CLERGYMAN
MAKES SHELLS BY DAY,
CONVERTS BY NIGHT,
OlaAHGOW, March St (Correspond
onco Associated l'rcss), A call for re
crutta lie re to assist In tho roanufac
turn of shells brought forth a clergy
man. who was promptly screpted
lie Is iho llev. Htuart Uobertson o
I'olti'kHhteld Church, a tall, athletic
Insure, 'who now serves from li o'clock
,ii nie murium, until o nl iiikiu in ,i
I.ik l imill'lMIIIK sh.ip.
M gTaagiiiaa iw.-,.m-
MARY GARRETT'S
MILLIONS GO TO
.Tl
(Continued From Klrat Page.)
nlly for a urnduatn student who Is
plunnlnic to study Independently
abroad.
In 1M1 Miss aarrett iravn $500,000 for
lb foundlnir of tho Women's Medical
Hchol of John- Hopkins University.
For snveral years she had been in
terested In auffraim work nnd always
loolt an active part In suffrnRe meet
Inipi n Haltlmore.
Severul relatlres of the woman.
financier now are living in Daltlmor.
One of them is ltobert Ourrott, n
nephew. When sho heenmo 111 several
woks ngn nowii of her condition was
kept from her relatives and at her
own request sho was taken secretly
to Johns Hopkins Hospltnl from lior
home at Ilryn Mawr.
President Thomas, of Ryrn Mawr,
who will havo tho handtlnK of tha
Gnrrelt fortune, is flfty-otitht years
old. After Kraduutlnp from Cornell
sho ohtatned permission from the
trustees of JolinH Hopkins to work for
a doctor's deirrce. In 1879 sho entered
tho University of Leipzig with Miss
Mary Gwlnn,
whlln they were in tno university
a movement was started to close Its
door to women. After such strife .ho
order wan held up until Miss Tho iims
and MIhh Owlnn had Kraduuted. Next
sho entered tho University of Zurich,
where aha lecnlvnd tn uearen or rtx.
V. In 188C she txicutno l'rofoaaor of
Kniltati at llryn Mawr and 1835 was
chosen ns I'reatdent of tbe college.
"BB-rirrr Inre4 From anteta.
A. Hrodaky, who has a small nurav-
Ina eatabllshmant at No. 33 Htanton
Btreet. attempted to kill himself by In
hallns Kas lu hla shop to-day. Tha
ndnr attracted tha Janitor. A. Lavitz.
who forced the door, dragged Ttrodsky to
tha hall ana nummnnra a uiciur. tiroa
aky was taken to Oouvernour llojpital n,
erMonvr. Ho has n wife and daughter
Ilvlna at 373 Hdford Avenua, lirooklyn.
SSSHf Auvertlaeil Huoclai an uu aule at all Our Btorea.
" 1
Verv Hish Grade Chocolates
or Bon Bona and Chocolataa. A strictly high claaa aaaortment of
fin Chocolut Covarod Sweats, presented In a variety
of centrea and flavors that leave no taate ungratlfied. M f IP
If you hav not yet mad the acquaintance of this
assort nunt of superior Chocolates, there is a mighty TTV
agreoabla surprise in ator for you. POUND BOX,
Special for Thunday:
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nrn Bturar
TOUuTaT
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lltfllilllir which rraiillml In thn ctpturn
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U. S, DEMANDS BACK
JACK JOHNSON PASSPORTS
MiniMer to Cuba Intimates Thai
the lix-ChampIon Got Them
Under False Pretence.
By Barry Far in.
HAVANA. April S (Fulled Prci.)
-United Utatna Mlnlator Conzales,
who yaaterdsy Issued paasports lu
Jack Johnaon and hla white wife, this
afternoon demanded that tho pass,
porta ba returned. Ha said they wero
obtained tinder false pretenses.
Bab Ifaa Last 111 Parents.
Nicholas Mmarollaa, the one-year-old
child of Otorgn and Annie Smarol
las. was taken from an apartment nt
No. 306 Kast Fortieth Btreet, today
by .Patrolman Seller of tha Kn.it
Thlrty.flfth Street Utatlon and sent
to nellevue Hospital pending tho. In
eating of hla parents. The Infant wns
recently placed. o board with Barbara
tlvo-.n V. . n . . . . . , .
Street but thn money for th board I
was not forthcoming, ao the child wa
returned yeattrday. The parent bay
not been teen for two or trirtie duy.
Itaaawar Daabca Into Trolley.
Becoming frightened at Twenty-third
Street and Madison Avenuo, a horse at
tached to a delivery wagon owned by
Meld-teln Brothers, of No. 622 Kast
Eightieth Street, and driven by Loulsi
ureene ot no. sit Kodney Straot,
Brooklyn, collided with a Lexington
Avenue street car. Breaking away,
tho untmul dashed acrois Twenty
third tftreui tu nixtli Avenue, wbre li
was stoppad by Patrolman John C.
Logan of tho East Twenty-second Htreet
Station. Ureene recalvcd bruise on tbe
left toot and lacerations about tbe
hands.
SALAD DRESSING
Mayonnaise DeLuxe'
No one raa rcaiit the tenipting
dellciomueaa of a salad made
with it. At your grocer's.
Fronds 11. Letfflett & Co.
New York
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VAN CltlCAMK.II A LM OS 1S Tb al
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