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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1918.
TO-DAY IS THE LAST
TO HELP Y, W. C, A.
ITwenty-Four Hours Added for Ap
peal to City to Make up
The Y. W. C A. campaign faai bctn
extended ono day longer and the com-
Eraltteta are maWw a special appeal to
(New York to-day to obtAln the 1244,
,341.17 needed to complete 11,7(0.000,
LYeaterday's contribution were 1187,
87.7, maklntr a total of $1.60S,e5.l3
Bfor the week.'
I The EiccutiTe commiitel issued
hast nlrht thla atatemcnt. In part:
"we believe tnat one reason wny we
have not secured our allotted amount
within the prescribed time la becauso
nil other elrnllar cajnpalgna conducted
during the, past year have bfMi so
successful that tho people cencrally
have felt that this campaign would
rurceed as a matter of course, There
i.ro doubtless many people who have
not givon because of thin fooling, or
who have not contributed an liberally
if they vrould otherwise h.ivo ilonu.
"Chnckit flhould bo mad a p.tynoln to
Mrs. Henry I'. I'avlson, Treasurer,
nd sent during the day to campaign
headquarters. No. CSO Fifth Avenue."
Cnltan Consumption fur Ilecember.
WASHINGTON. Jan. IS. Cotton
eansumed during December amounted
to GIG, ISO running bales and for the
dent month ending Dec 31. 2 0l,'r,
bale", the Census llureau to-day Announced
Five Minutes! 'No Indigestion, Gas
Sour' Stomach-Pape's 'Diapepsin
Neutralizes acids in stomach , instairtlyxelieviiig dyB-
pepsia, heartburn, belching, distress. It's fine-1
S. "neally docs" put tipiet stomachs
Sin order "really does" overcome In
T' dlfcitlon, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn
V and sourness due to arid fermentation
fin five minutes that Jmt that
ftmakti Pape't Diapepsin the largest
selling stomach antarld and regulator
In the world If what you eat fer
tnent and turns sour, you belch gas
and eructate undigested food or
'' water; head la 'ditty and aches1 breath
"fouh tongue coatedi your Inside
vsDlci. with Indigestible waste, remem-
J BUN'ji 't
AltMY OP I'ARMKnRTTKa bdne; organized by up
Ktnto wotnnn, who hopei to rot hundreds of city women
between sixteen ond sixty-five to wotk on fauna next
COHTH Xtonn to Ret sick In riatbush since doctors
raised ratna to 13 for house coll.
Jf , . -I
JAIL. JOHN IlltOW.V was In ftt Charleston, TV. Va
for half century a nhotv place. Is to bo aold nt auction 1
no Oovernmcnt can build a post olllce on elte.
KNfTTlNO 11AO MOVED, nnd uptown hotel cleik
found lloston girl was cnrrylna; her dog In It. ,
RIVET CITY'S LID
001 TIGHT, IS
ORDER OF HYLAN
'Clean Up Gangsters and
Gambling," Is Answer to
Wide Open Town Rumor.
SNOW, BAIN AND SLUSH
MAKE STREETS IMPASSABLE
Hlevatcd and Surface Car Schedules
Kir Off Clearing Weather
Heavy rains drenched New York this
inftrnlng and turned the strtcts Into seas
of mud, water and slush. The rain was
preceded by a tlrliillnc Bnowfall that
melted almost before. It touched the
ground. Oust of high wind also were
Included In the Weather Administra
tor's Intent offense.
Streets In mmy sections of thn city
were almost Iniiwssabie. and work-
bound crowds were drenched and be-
HTEAMKIt IaA CBNTIJIt, left a mile from river)
channel by Oregon flood, will bo used n a hot il.
A statement Issued to-day from draggled In short walks from subway to
the Mayor's office Indicates that the ofllce. itinerant umbrella sellers did a
JU11YMB.V took tnsto to find out It the bottle con- w,d opon lown rumo, nna flew off Just when their owners needed
talncd whisky, nnd then convicted man charted with prevalent again anu mai meia are to them tho most.
Illegally bringing liquor Into Wast Virginia.
nOOHTlSR. defeated hawk In lown battle, and fox
and coon fought no desperately In Delawaro both were
be put In "the lid" by Mayor Hylan, 1 nievated and surface line schedules
wero thrown far out or line.
Tho Weather llureau said almost an
"UNCLE JOE" HAS BAD FALL.
Slip, nn Step nf Ilia WaahlnBloB
Home nnil llnrta Ilia Knee.
WASHINGTON. Jan. IS "Uncle Jo"
Cannon, former Hoeaker of the House of
Itenresentatlvcs, Is confined to his
her the moment "I'ape'a Diapepsin'1
cornea in contact with the stomach ai:
such distress vanishes
tonlshlnv almont murv
In,. I. ii. morning an
A large fifty-cent case of I'ape'i 1 - "y 'h""lJ
wiapcpsin is worm its weight in gole ,r
to men nnd women who can't gel
in yotr home-ihouid MUyi 3 'l? cr rl bad
l',0".J?J'.' W weltber.nd hu'My-on'i.e.Ti'have
piuiuai.li i.u.iiif iiic iiit tir in nigiit.
It's the fjulckcst, surest nnlnrld fo;
the stomach In thn world. Adrt.
Ji the ftomnc,,,. ftprlIiient nMh , ,nlllrC(, ,
ar'velous uud lb,' ' '"PP n the steos of his horn, this
an clous, unil tlx . .nJ wl, ,hafcfin ,1D btily, A
bones bad beln
wss restless to-dsy orer 'hn
prnsoect of staylnir Indoors two or three
not deterred -Sir. Cannon from attend
Inir to Imili.cM daily.
'M mccT I'lllUB II I 1 Wf1 1f iTra.Wt-'VVTfl Market
is wcji r i iiwra i d vm jjnTrnviii.i-i'W
l outfit IkcKSmmm N-J-H
iLSrr (?' II , II I HHIIIIIIIffclf I I II I I H,,,,,
TAlV? .ill l ft ttntm tu wttltBB Wt llevf Onlr 1 U
, On Snail
35 TO 36 ST. BLOCK 8th AVE.
Own HlnlT Krrnlns I'ntll in oThwIt l All Ti.r Bl..r.
mi a inM tint
r j URfr r,
Iclt or a maul
it )ou with to
hay itf to
- afr (4meiii'
1 thr Samt
FREDERICK MAY DIES
AT WASHINGTON HOME
Sensational Career Covered Two
Americas and Included Duel
With Herald's Owner.
WASH1NOTO.V, Jan. 15. Frtdet-
lck May died hero yesterday. Two sit- j ,h(J cUy rrom aU gambllng and dl
irr. M w ?i 1..uVrlit a r"- J- orderly housca. The Mayor stated thi
Ileavor ebb, both of Now York, iir- ..nn , ren,
TI I II
Open an Account With This Bed Outfit W
Vlll?-233ai C....MInr f HI sndWc.Wetk JZSST
Jpl s wihtm KMMif.i, iii:i. W W -n e i''ib HlB"
S: rhnnnnrj ; lj
Saltoi Scrtni Machines "St' Genuine Oak Bujfct
M.H. for u. b Oj. N.w Horn. JUiJUkJWt V & & H WM Lj .J 7 Cre.111.
W.Ti.''.yA: fZMfk7 alP Mm I we give free
Um .n. . , ,.0B. gd& & v & J LIFE INSURANCE
X Plor Stoces tfSpgi K " 3W H Genuine Oak Rocker
19 1 0 enamelt- v 7.94
I V.J 5tS.,iSr.TfV COMBINATION MATTRESS r,h vjjf
VVPBN, ('Mh or Credit. mill .ninwl, lliarutiirhli wo., u..,U i,J n rt.,1, i mill Wi llXiffiiJI
iKsA..JR-iSlS' MeUl Spring fflg 'm',,; .uT; H MSSSD.
aPIsM eyerv rf.u.n. hd Our I iberal Credit Meant : , n-n n exunt wiih 4 m ii w !5ilfivJra'l1
B W ai IT. ftn, sjuo.rin. witfit In niVliK a amaU lilt uuwu uJ (bu Uunra at wr,iy or imln 11 a TV 4r
V v!i5!'H" nd u" n,m,h1' i""n". tion yr
EfflJp drj 111 Q I a-
American Walnut Qutcn Anne Dining Room Suit (Four Pieces)
(Holil tiaratlv If d..lr,l
nn-m liar. Prlea ssh.uu....,
;illN (lU)Niir- Hair. I'rloa san 00 .........
kxTf.NMON TIII.1U Itaa. 1'rlie HI till .... .
3UIVLNU T.UIl.U Ilar. JTlca 12ft (III
. . K.VIH
. . III. Ill
piece Is perfect in
Ite I'tlre KIIMI
ChOi ur I'rnllt
assisted by I'ollco Commissioner Ilu-
ghcr and District Attorney Hwann.
The statement In full Is ns follow:
I "After a conference held In the
Mayor's office late yesterday be
j tween the Mayor, tho District Attor- 1
ney and the Police Commissioner,
: which was brought about by a report
j that certain criminal elements would
I havo a freor rein In thla city, tho foU j
lowing statement was Issued:
"The Mayor directed tho I'ollco Com
missioner to use all tho forces nt his
command to break up the gangrt and I
drive out all cangsters and clean up
vivo. A third alstor was tho Into!"'""" Aiiornoy owann was rcauy .
Mis. William C. Whitney. to ro-opflrnto with him and tho i'ollco
Mr. May hold wldo roal estate In-1 Commissioner to the fullest extent,
terosts In Washington and had prop- Tb nir!ct Attorney also acreed to
ortlos at liar Harbor, Me. II wan a ,, ,,,. r-ui,. ,-1...
member of tho Metropolitan and hold a conference with Chief Uty
Commercial Clubs of tills city. j Magistrate McAdoo to tho end that
! tho co-operation of the City Mngls- ,
l.eil Ailrenttirnna Career Here ainil trutes might bo obtained. Tho Mayor
In Month America. I further directed tho I'ollco Commls-
A duel with James aordon Dennett, ' "loner to confer with him frenueiitly
.11 u. . a .u . i ) that bo may bo constantly Informed
a flight to South America after m- s0 le prorM1 of tho w?0rk."
aaultlng a policeman, a light Ono for Announcement Is made of tho np-
this ofTenso years later, after com- polntment of James Uutlcr as Deputy ,
mendntlnn bv thn Oourt for Mvlnc ' Commlsslonor of Water .Supply, Oas
mendatlon by tho court ror aJnir KlectrlcUy f0P QUconiI, at J5.000
tho Uvea of American sailors from a ft ycai anJ of ncrnard M. Patton.
moii at Valparaiso moso wore a low , former senator, as secretary 10 i-arK
events In the career of young rrco
May, club leader and sportsman,
thirty years ago.
He hnd a brawl with Col. Cody
(HulTalo Illll). Ho saved women end
children In a South American shlp
wieck. He fought professional box
ers. He led cotillons In Nowport.
May's most famous exploit was an
assault In 18S7 on n .Vow York police
man with a revolver, whllo Intoxi
cated. Ho fled to South America,
where ho stayed for sevcrnl years.
When he. returned ho was penallrcd
ZW for the offense.
Mra. Algernon Nlirrldan Illra.
U)N1J0N. Jan. 15. Mrs. Algernut
Thomas Ilrlnsley Sherldsn, daughter of
John Lothrop Motley, the American his
torian, died last night at I'rninpton
Inch of rain fell up to about 10 o'clock.
Tho lowest temperature of the morning
was 2C degrees and tho mercury gradu
ally rose to 36. The weather Is ex
pected to clear up by to-night nnd turn
colder, possibly reaching 20 degrees by
There has been a heavy snowfall
throughout Eastern Pennsylvania and
other parts of tho Dast, ranging from
two to ten Inches In some places.
FERRY TIED UP BY FLOOD.
Hrle ttallrond Heats Ont of Service
for I'onr Ilonra,
Krlo Itallroad ferry traffic was tied
up for four hours this morning by a
flood at tho comnsny's Jersey City
docks. Water entered tho ferry houses
and waiting rooms and tho boats were
unable to make a landing. Tho station
Is on an extension of land considerably
lower than tho city proper, and the
heavy rains, together with a river rise.
caused It to bo deluged. Thousands of
I trons of the ferries wero forced to
take mo nines. ...
The Pennsylvania and Lackawanna
Ferry stations also were affected, hut
not to such a serious extent. The Wr
sey City fltoekyards. south of the brie
ritation, wero aiau nuuucu.
Into the boiler rooms and shut down
HAMMERSTEIN OPERATED ON.
Infection In Left Toot Threatened
I.oaa nt Lef.
0.car Hammersteln, who has been s.
patient In the German Hospital for the
last two weeks, was operated on to-day
for an Infection in the left foot by Dr.
Willy Meyer In order to save Mr. Ham
Mr, Hammersteln has been 111 for
more than a year. When his condition
became worse ho was removed ftwn bis
boinn at No. 013 West Dnd Avenue to
the honpltat. and It was thoueht for a
time the operation would not bo necos-
taj?rs. Hammersteln was allowed to go
to her husband's bedside when he was
brought from the operating room.
rive Ilnrneit to Dentil In Marlon, O.
MARION, O., Jan. 15. Klve persons
nero burned to death In a fire which
destroyed the homo of Chris llouk, near
nspyvllle. this county, early to-day.
REAR ADMIRAL'S WIDOW
HELD FOR ABANDONMENT
Acquitted of Slaying Husband, Mrs.
Jennie Eaton Ainsworth and
Daughter Held Again.
IIOSTON. Jan. IS. Won! reached
hero to-day that Mrs. Jennie May
Daton Ainsworth, who was acquitted at
Plymouth In 1913 of thn charge, of mur
dering her husband. Hear Admiral Jo
seph (Jllcs Daton. U. 8 N.. has been
urresttd in ilullford, Conn., on a charge
or abHiidritilng her four-months. old
grandson, who has slnco died.
Mrs. Alnsworth's daughter, Dorothy.
Mrs. Alnsworth's most Important wit
ness at the murder trial, was arresteJ
In lloston Saturday.
Mrs, Ainsworth, according to reports
reaching hero, confessed that with
Imrnthy's aid she had left tho baby !u
tho vestibule of the home of Dr. Har
old Dotvdldgft, of Ilrooktlne, an old
j neighbor of thn late Admiral's, so It
could have tetter care. Tne child was
tho son of Mis. June Kcyis, who In iail
I to havo lost her mind. Mrs. Alnauortii
sold sho had named the baby Woodron
Wilson Keyes, after President Wilson,
whuiu she admired.
Commissioner Ucnnlnger. Mr. Patten
succeeds Irwin Thomas, and will re
ceive 3.160 a year.
Tho appointment of these two men
was looked on In Queens as full
recognition of tho leadership of Uor
ough President Connolly, and tho ,
complete elimination, politically ;
speaking, of Arthur C. Keating, the j
urposed borough leader
With thesa announcements came
one from (Juuens tliat Mason C. Hmcd
ley, who succeeded Keating as leader. ,
had resigned as Uorough Secretary at
14,000 a year and that Joseph Plana-1
pan had been named In lib stead,
llutler has been Connolly's Deputy
Commissioner of Public Works. Ho I
vacates this position to bo Deputy
Water Commissioner and Y. Au-
i gustus Shipley, a Jamaica iiopub.
llcan, was named by Connolly to sue
1 coed blin. The salary Is 13,000.
The Mayor's committee to greet the
Serbian Mission met and organized at
the City Hall, Charles II. Alexander
CHARLES H. CAFFIN DEAD.
Art Critic anil Author I'nsara irnv
After llrlrf lllnraa at llelli'vnc.
C'harlea H. Tallin, for years' ono f
tbo best known nnd ablost art writ
ers in tho country, died yesterday In
the Now York Hosplt.il. after a brief
Mr. CafTln was of Kngllsh birth, the
son of a clergyman, and ho was grnd
uated from Oxford In HTiS. Ho be
c.imu an actor oil the Knglish stage.
That vocation and scholastic work
engaged hltn several years, when bo
turned his study to art. no camo to
this country in 1892 ami held various
populous in the art world.
He Is survived by Mrs. Caffln and a
daughter. Puncral services will be
held at 2.30 o'clock to-morrow In the
Campbell Funeral Church, Hroadway j
and GCth Street.
llllf Aircraft Plant la Mini Do nil by
Although the Wrlght-Msriln Aircraft
orporutlon at New ISrunswIclc. N. .1,
itia teen under (invcriiinent control
Mnrn Jan. 1. onn-hulf tho plant, nhern
1.000 men worK. was clo.l veairrd.iv
fur 'lack of power. Tho Public Hervlc
rporatlon, widen rurnlahes power to
li g Industries In Middlesex County
three days 11 week, said It could make
no distinction in ravor or urn corpora
tlon. Gen. Ooethali Is head of the cos
The Master Spirit in revolutionary Russia, if not the most amurint; ficur; in Europe, lias written
what in essence is u
f MESSAGE- to the WORKERS of the WORLD
r! UNDER THE TITLE OF
I" The BoUhe)iKi and World Peace
' ' 11 .a, Aaaii a a t-a m 4.1 a . A l .1 .
.utiHDiuumuiiiuuvciuncnicmoi tne alms and purposes of the revolution utiri embodies the
creed of the Bolshcviki as Trotrky understands It.
and continuing dailjv this sensational document
will be exclusively published in : ;
THE ONLY MEDICINE
THAT HELPED HER
Srnatr Mourna llrnily'a Delilli.
WASHINUTON, Jan. 15 In respect to
Senator Jamen II. Ilrady of Idaho, who
died hero Sunday nlKht, tho Kcnutn ud
Journtd yesterday after Senator llornh
announced tho iftaxn 111 Ills coiuugue.
Vice President Marshall wdt iipiiolnt ,1
cninmlttee of ten to attend the runeinl.
arrangements fur which "111 l made on
the arrival of the Senator's two runs,
who hav been stormbound In thn .Mid
dlo West while hurrying to Washing
ton. Tho body will lio cremated here,
probably after services on Wednesday,
uud the ashes taken to the Senator1,,
former home In Pocatcllo, Idaho.
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Wednesday, January 30, 1918
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"Fruit-atives" Again Proves Its
Hoclion, Que., March 2nd, 1012.
"I have received tho limit wonderful
benefit from taking Trmt-a-livrs,' I
suffered for years from Rheumatism
anil change of life, and I took every
remedy obtainable wit limit reniilts I
tried 'Fruit-n-tivci' and it was the
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Now 1 am entirely well the Rheuma
tism has disappeared, nnd the terrible
pains in my body are all one, 1 hope
that others, who suffer from such di
IretsiiiB din-ahej. Kill try Truit-a-lives.'
" Madame ISAM', IturilON.
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Itallrond Trrnanrrr Dlra,
Anhlbald John Wykes, foity-slr
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road Company, at No. : Liberty Strrn,
New Vork City, died yesterday In hi j
home. No. 12 -Midland Avanuo, Cj:en
Itldee, N. J. He hud been III about !
wenkH. -Mr. Wylte.1 was boin In I'iik
land, but hsd lived In thn I'nlted Htalej
practically all hli life. About four yeara
hko bo with his family moved to fJUn
Antrnatna 11. I'nrliniu la lleilil,
11ANHOK. Me.. Jan. 15 AilRiistus II
I'aibuuii former Adjutunt flinernl of
Malmi and for nearly a quarter of a
century Postmaster here, died yester
day. He was seventv-sK veiirs old. He
served throughout the Civil Wiir. bcln(
Previ'lleu woionei ior nruvery in Dam, .
SUGAR EXPECTED SOON.
100,000 Tuna line In Ttt 11 Wrrln,
I, nt t'niiaiiiurra .Mnat nr.
James Howell Post, Chairman of thn
American Iteflners' Coniniltteo of tho I
federal Pood Hoard, iinnoiiiu-cd to-duv 1
that 100.000 tons of raw sui;ar aro duo
In New Vork within two wink.
"I do not say shall havo a normal
supply at once," hu said. "I tin not
think it will l' normal until March, hut
there will bo eiioiinh If wo use it mm
InKly " Ho sold hiiiii! of tho IOO.111IO Inna
was for lloston, Philadelphia and ,SYi
SMALL DIES ON SCAFFOLD.
CONCOTtD, N. II., Jan. 15. I'rejfr
Ick I Small, a former lloston broker.
ns hanged at the State Prison at IS. IS
this morning for tho murder of his wife
ai their home in Oislpea m aeptoiubj.,
I Tho Governor's Council declined tS.
tcrday to grant a reprieve.
tllea rnrml In )l in 14 I an.
PruirUta iiiind mnii U I'AZO Ol.NTiltNr falls
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SIXTH AV& I But TO 10 CI STREET
Gins, Brandies & Wines
Reliable Brands, Moderately Priced
NeUan Uourlxm i
on., 7.50. hoi.. 17t) o.i
(lalnas' Old Crow
l.&OlGii., 1023. not., 1135
-California Cased Wines
Cht. I tt'tni e7 AO
I ibtme 0 SO
Zinfsndel ft M)
.MJo; Superior.... d 00
Ch. Yuuem Tipe...7 f)0
I taut Siutcrnc. .... (1 .()
Mi.oi Superior... .10 50
SI. Mi.ilre S.fiO
Puritan llurminJr.. 4 .r0
Iri.rt (unlibellej). U.75
Altiihclmcr Aai....)7 fiO
Jolii.inisberner .... II 50
Hirsi.- Superior.... 6. fit) l.abinet ltlea,lf g . . . h.hO
I'urtten Ssulcrnes.. l.&O' liora'iclner .". 150
Dlreit Imporlillon from
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quiUiyj per $" 'IB
Pommerlln Hot. ifc boi,
Hed 12.40 130
HtJ 2 00 1 10
Choice of Minhtttin, .Mir.
lint an J Brum; 1 rjr
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Kountree Dry 1.75
Imperial Dry Oln. 1.60
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