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i UiJ i. WITH RSTS Ml it KEEPER PREVENTS - JAIL DELIVERY Battles With Five Prisoners at Mineola May I3c Fatally Injured. Willi his lunula as Ills only weapon, Keeper Richardson Comhc, forty eight, for neatly twenty minutes fought llvo prisoners and prevented their escape, anil a piobablo Jail de livery at the NasHtut County Jail In Jllncola, Jj. I., last night. Combe.s's bravery may result In Ills death. Ills head was severely cut and It Is thought his skull Is fractured. Although struck repeat edly with an Iron bar and his eyes tllnded by blood, Combes kept the men away from the gate to liberty until help airivod. Tho five who attacked him, the Jail officials say, wero lJenjatnln Siegel, eighteen; James Stapleton, nineteen, Simon Krassen, seventeen; Chnrl-M Kelly, seventeen, and Olaf Olsen twenty. 'i'lio prisoners wero arrested in the last three weeks In connection with hold-ups of motorists In various ljong Island towns. The fivo weio ill a barred corridor on the ground floor shortly after 7 o'clock, w lining to bo locked In their tells fi.r tl" night. Combes entered with C'liflird llaullsch, son of John Jlaullsih. the highwayman who yes terday was .sentenced to forty yeans in Sing Sing by Judge Smith. As Combes cl"Ki d tho gate behind him one of the prisoners toie the leg from an iron washboard and struck Combes on tho bead. Combes stumbled to Ida knees and Immediately the pris oners Jumped on him. Before lie could arise the iron bar was again brought down on his head. As one of the prisomi'S was about lo snatih the keys from Combes's belt the keeper staggered to his feet and struck out v. 1th his lists. He was kiekeil and punched, but stood with h's back to the gate leading from t'.ie corridor and again and ug.iln flung the prisoners back. Keeper John McCaffrey heard his cries an. I armed Just as Combes fell imconsr . his. McCaffrey waded in with Irs f lull, and when tho prisoners showed no signs of giving In. drew his revolver and threatened to kill the llrst m.iti who put his hands on the pate. He finally drove tho five Into cells and locked them in. CANDIDATE HULBERT CUTS CAMPAIGN PLAN Wife in llfibfieiiirviii HospltRl XtMillliiK nn Operation. iii -U Commissioner Murray Hulbort, Uenioi rattc candidate for President of tho Hoard of Alderman, has cancelled bis speech. making engagements fir .0 duy and "us evening owing to the III ness of Mis. llulbert. He was to have dellvired tour addresses on stalep Island and three in .Manhattan. Mrs. llulbert was taken to HaMnc jn.lim llispital. Park Avenue to-day for on i. in ration, which xvill liu tier Jorni'il l'v I'r. I, con S. laoiaeaux. The dininis,.ni r said that bis campaign It'll r.i r. tor tin remain, U-i of tin weo'i ri5Uid In I. itenilent upon Mrs. Hulbert'i ooiulitlou aftir th' operation. o CUBA WANTS NEW TREATY. Asks limtriinient ItnUliilC l'refrr- eiillnl SO Per Out. WASHINGTON. Oct. 10. Sebastian Celdburt, Secretary of Plnatieo o( Cuba, lias presented to tho State Department ii memorandum suggesting an emerg ency tr, ity replacing the reciprocity treaty between the United States and Cuba, wlili b would grant a preferential duty of "i'l P' r cont. on all Cuban prod ucts imported into thd United SI lies nnd on American products Imported into Cuba Under the present treaty Cuba enjoyi h preforentl ii rate of 20 per c.nnt. on Vtar sugar ,itul other products shipped Into the United States and in turn the United St les is granted tariff reduc tions langmer from in to 0 pjr cent, ur goods ex pot led to Cuba. T'riMiilnent Ciinnillnn SporlMuinn Dies WVnir.U,, Oct. I!). Ooi-e ICen- t.tl. -i t pio'tiolet and tormerly Bhtw tin wie-tlttig eh. million of c.in lo. (p. ,1 en to-day after a lnni; ili ii Me Kimili d and iirinupetl the ' mod' t ii ii.icl.ey Cluli. wlii,h won the on , ,i ei'i ii nt C.in.id t. lie w i - llej 'ii tl. i i'i, n. itin ol ic urge kcmlol. Immigrant Xl.il Ii f r DIsnppenrM. CINCINNATI. Oct. 11. --Aid of the .- 'it . ,.i i 'ineinn.iti and New Yotk Inc. i ,i rn'i-leil iv Morris .tod Ir-idore ; J'i '!?!. Ho Teh Hits in'!.', lo llnd their i it. .oi. Mi . Tiiil.o Jnuo.k. M.xty-tuo. i ' ii'i l.ili I Ion. I and Ni iv Yoi k 'i i 1 ii an al.lv on a IIib 1'our linn So. uii., tx,ited inn1 Satin. RUGS DTX at 255-257 FiftoAvemA satisfaction Guiran'.ecd Seamless Wool Brussels 5x1 9x12 Seamless Velvet $17.90' AXMINSTER $21.90 g Velvet Carpet, S9c id. DIX BROTHERS 3 O r: a c v pipru Aim ra L a rWViO charges asininity AND GRAFT, DROPS 32 "VETS" SCHOOLS Col. Forbes, Head of Bureau for lfx-Service Men, Takes Drastic Steps. WASHINGTON, Oct. 1!). Col. Charles L. Forbe3, Director of the Veterans' Bureau, to-day took dras tic steps to curb the exploitation of former service men. Ho announced that ho had disapproved tho con tracts of thirty-two Institutions, eight of which arc located In New Vork, on charges ranging from asi ninity In management to deliberate graft" Announcement of tho disapproval of these contracts was mado during an address at the first annual meet ing of tho district oillccrs of the Veterans' Uurcau, and Col. Forbes laid the ' blamo for exploitation of former service men In training di rectly on the Federal Hoard for Vo cational Kducatlon. The New York Institutions whose contracts nre disapproved and the reasons given hv Col. Forbes are: "David Ulspham, Now York WJ S. S "VlrtiUa" of the Cunard Line which reeently carried 87,000 New Improved Gillettes the major ' 1 I W Y'Mi to V.nslanJ. Simultaneous shipments went to 1 ranee, Holland, Heltium, Denmark and I lEu"-- 1 "A N '.W yl l,alj" S3S.000 New htiprovi.J Gillettes shipped abroad in the month of August alone, ' ( J I r, m Only the boundaries of "the 3 ( M theN I Gillette Safety iheAfew 7? "t7 MADE III U S A i MO for one vocal lesson. (Itlspham the opera singer. Is dead.) "Walter linker. New York City Vaudeville course. Ti .'lining to In clude tenor banjo, .'cceiittK! dence, sort shoe danee and three songa, $I0U lor three moiilht. 1 "Don I'eiinock's audelllo school, I New York. Individual tuition $ IU0 Writing ait and tr.ilnliltf innu to put him on for tryout. , 1 Ilhodcs's School, New Yoik --tteiieral contract disapproved b - cause scientific and laboratory train j lug is not of the best grade. ' Nathan Katz, Yonkors, N. V. -. Auto driving nt $3.7.) per lesson. James l ol troll, New York lils.tp proved, as this man Is a Civil Survou employee of the board. Greenberg Tailoring Company, tltooklyn llecause of exploitation. Industrial Kvtenslon Institute, Now York-On account of member of Fed oral 1'oard In lug a stockholder, the school being a mushroom type nnd the Questionable method of promoting.' Business Training Institute, Ncv York Other bettor known Instil u tlons available. N, T. Fickcr Dcnica Charge Of Veterans' Iliircait Chief N. T. Fickcr, 'resident of the In dustrial Kxtension Institute, said to d y t jero was no fo nidation for the charges mado nga nst him by Direc tor Charles L. Forbes of the Veterans' Bureau. Mr. Fickcr declared his Institution had onlv had one eontinet to trim n man from the bureau and that this wax cancelled later. Oiner of Ilrimnc'n Chop llmce Demi. Frank Fnrruieton. owner of Urowtie's chop boil.oo at Hi'oulwm ami Mill Street, died fiom heart tioulilt' estm clay In Atlantic Cit efler a short 111m s.s. Mr. Farrlngtoii . simiveil b ni widow, three sons nnd one dang'itei, Mr. Kir rlngton was sixty-eigtit yenrs old and a llfvioni; resident of the t world can limit the spread of mprov IN the month of August, 335,000 New Improved Gillettes were shipped to England,Francc,Holland,Belgium, Denmark and Italy. Forerunners of nobody knows how many of these improved shaving instruments that will go to the remotest part of the earth as fast as they can be made. No new invention has over had such immediate world-wide demand. Another picture of what travelers have so often said that Gillette is die best known article of any hind used anywhere by anyone. For instance, Gillette Blades in for eign countries. Where they cost two to ten times as much as competitive makes. Yet over 90 of the sales arc genuine Gillette Blades. And in more than one country, a gratuity from tourists in the form of Gillette Blades is more acceptable than money. By now,many of your very own neigh bors express their enthusiasm ever the Razor - - tiflr1& 1 1 ' "M A ' SAFETY If NEWS OF U. S. N BRIEF 1 t'ilH'ACiO-Flie thousand members 'of the Journeymen Dumber' and Him l'liters' l oloii, who have been on strike sn.ee the aiinoiliieeineiit of Jtidgo l.un dls's wage award of $1 Instead of I Li!,, no Innu' me leiiirnlnu to work to-d.iy under on iigieeinent slmied yesterdiy with the Muster rinmbers' Association. SAN l''l(ANCIS('( Twenty million dollais annually Is lo be expended for the next few enls III tin- ('tilted States for Aiuetleaii rolling stnek, machinery, mils and supplies In coiiiiertlon wit lithe expansion of the South Mntiehurla Hull wnv. itieording to ozo Tainura, who is hi re fiom the Ollent. OMAHA. Neb.-The worst prairie fire In a decade In the ieinit of Callaway. Neb., swept that terrltorj jesterdny. hurtling a sit hi seventy miles long and t.n miles wide from North Platte tiorth-en-i Horses and title wluili sought proterllon by huddling together III I'uli- iin were burned to death, iilns eiect ! (1 In the gialli stubble fields weto de slioM'd with tlielr contents. WASHINGTON. Tho Director of Sales, War Department, announces that a Uirgo quantity or floating equipment will bo sold at public auction nt l'ort Newark, N. J.. Nov. 3. I'llIIADl'DP'll A Federal Prohibi tion Commissioner Baylies has diiccted tile dismiss.il of sixlueii ngents on tins foreo of William MeOonnell, l'rolilbltiou Dlieclor for pennsj lviinla. . ASIllNtlTONJ, Congress has been asked by tho Post Ofrice Department to help get vast sums of money now hid den away In tho old tuinlly sock to de posit In Postal Savings Hanks. Pay mcnt of a higher rate of interest, as proposed in a pending Bill, was urged. ATI, NTH" CITY William F.. Crow, new Culled States Senator from Penn sylvania, denied to-day he had been ap pointed with the understanding be was to step aside; and make, loom for O.ov. Sprnul later. WASHINGTON. - An ln"entoiy .oss of 90 ooo.auo 111 Hie value of surplus sup plies ami materials held by the Shipping lioad was Indicated In tho report Hied to-diy by the eommissloti, completing Its snrey Ship.wird equipment, land, ed Gillette real shaving advance brought to them by the New Improved Gillette. Not long before you can go anywhere in the world and hear the same thing. Important about the cPcn Improved QillettecA Word about the Ulades Must men prefer to -screw the razor up tight to net the most satisfactory shave. Gillette deems it proper to ask the pub lic to use Gillette Dladcs only in genuine Gillette. Razors. The Gillette Blade and Gillette Rarorare developed to work together. No Gillette Blade can deliver its full shaving quality unless used in a genuine Gillette Razor built by Gillette, in the Gillette way and up to Gillette standards. Company, Boston, KNOWN THE iSBrc Iktented January J igzo 4: T . " w . .f c . rtnr, building and dry docks orlglnnl cost 8117.Ouit.OOD aro et down nt $22,137,000, and uncompleted wooden hulls cost J5S, 17.1.000 at $190,000. BAltTFOItl).-Suit for UK.toift dam- ages was Instituted Here to-ds against ITiinrin .Mcuoveiti jixiiiiim ai i i Peters Cataolic riitiiiii, n n toiuiei fholr soloist. Helen Coneiton. She sa s Xteftovern tinnw )u-r out of tile ehoii ! loH. WASHINGTON. Ordinary expendi tures of the lioverniiient fell on" neaily J:'."'. 0110,000 illirlng September, as com pared with August, according lo tin monthly st.iteimnt of the Tie.isuiJ. and payments on the public debt Inercafcd by inoie Iban JsOO.Oiia.ouo. AIJIANY.-Col. Arthur Wood. Chair man of the Committee on Civic and llniergency M casinos of I lie Nation li i'ncinploymcnt Conference, will address ,i eonfeielice of tin" Mayors o( New York State here Wednesday. Jl'.ANNFTTi:. Pa. Michael Dillon held up the bank here cstcnl.'iy and get away Willi Jv.ll. but was oveit'ikm i, ml shot by Chief of Police Cat oillhei s. He Is in the Oreensberg Hospital. LOUISVILLE ENTRIES I .1 I'l Tli.' (ot to in t i li.l IVtis. ls,oirs J 11 I1VIII.K. K . l't iri ti'io riitrl, fot t'Jmtvh uaj i. i. .o 1'lllsr ItM'l: 41 i'l: r'aimou. Ihrrni'af 0II.1 ami u.irtftnls: si; litrloiic Pout. I'afi' II . I.O; l.j-nM,n, lol. "It.t'jloniaii. U'l: I' nl .it rT. Iirj ; ll. 11,- or Klin-il,,'thlot. lli'l. Uufkmrr, 10.1, Mar' Jolin. I("i: Pyx U'l I'nsiml Sufll. ills. "llfM Holt, ins; 'llr Pi tlon. 110; DialM. Ill; Mwisl tu. Tunr. IK, l!ifiiir.'f II . tli'- I'liiilomilV I'jl Also rlnaluV (''tt', W Plus t lira. I III Ynnnir l.lain. 1H; I'nils I rlo 117; lloriiin. Kni; .Mt'n 'ianl. In'. SIXllNIl UAI'H .tl.'.Xl; (lalmitis luoif.ir oil m.iKlt'lis; fno anil a fmlf 'nr-'iu "'n I mil, t"7. ".ktsilfr, KIT'. MV..I I. irk lilt. Pl.Msnm lloii-f. nil; "Mist Xalioiiu' till, Wako I 11; I'lnni'lla. II'-': lli.'nin, M..M-. tl'.'. Ida M.ii.-i- 11." Ill.llola. IP. II 1,'sli-U.- 'P.io l-'ratn-i- in. tl"'. .Mso uiruMi' i.inri an", ii.: iiin-i. ii l io I'm Tell. II.'- Klmirf U'riiLf. 113: U. 11". IVrini-tsi, A 'I'll I III HACK 4t.'.'Oo; cKlmin.'; tl.reo tir oMs atal itl'tt.ifd; olio and on' fur1!''! mint. Mar .latin llakt-r. '.)": "i: .'.inor s, mi, 1.11). InO; 1.1. fuiaanna. Kin. -1'nvn.l, ll.l- "fi. Wit 1IM: VIs Man. 1IM. Miami.. ill III, I riiol'is. Ill: Itlarur Ntoni', 11J Imiii Niioiia ltd Arpinn llitrt; thru nyr ol Is ai.d u.twn.l. m ..i'l, fnrlotics ML-s Muf'iti a.li'in S Ibnnlnn. Ill !s alio lla It. i .sitilnt'r't'r. Mil Ire' IXII It'l'll l(.ni; l .li. ant.a.oi .-. i.irot'li TMI DIAMOND Y KNUBLINC V , Hie "'tv I in proved Gillette Saiety Razor Uses the same fine Gillette Tllailci as you have known tor years lint novour IJladcxcan Rive you all the luxury of the finest f.huvint rd;e in the worlil. A thavinu edge cuarilcil from the face, but fiet to llir bcutd. Identify the New Improved Gil lette by its fulcrum Shoulder Ovcrluitiiiii; Cap Channeled (ituird Inicrometric Precision Automatic Adjustment Diamond Knurled Handle DiamondTradcmarkonCuard I'inrr Shave Lonjjcr Scrvicr More Shaves from your Hladci In SILVER and GOLD i'uTin;; Sets ami Trarclcr Outfits $5 u $75 U. S. A, WOftLD OVER RAZOR $- -;- . . - r - " , " " wtv. 10.1i rt.ipl.l Tne11r, CZ; l.llu'.lrt Trcs,f, tUui hl'UiK'i, le7; Jim l)i), 107: UJi 5II !., ll'S; Smrll I ,v..J llli I'i.UO. II-' AllenKurt Jollri isiilj urlj.. ter lhl lu.J fait) . I'lfl'll It ( i. 41. 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Hr7 'Ai,rrn' I e a'lo'aiHv clxfcm.M Wi-alnt clear Ti o'k fan' 88 I i Y j n I vi 88 m AN I I IV XXX N i yi - - ----r " . .r. $5,000 TO $2,000 OH HYLAN. llrlllnic l" AVnll Strrrt Alorr .trtlvr. Mn it llrulotrntiuii. Hcttitu; in tin 1 1 1 1 a n l' I h I ill.trlct Ins lipcoiiii mor iii'tlvc lnc tlm clo of rcKlstrnthin. Tho InrKPKt Uit o fr ivnn tiuiilo ycitrrilny tiy Priitih Hllln- ky of I. Dirnull & Co.. betting ruiiimhHlnnprn. No. i I llrouit Btrcet, win) iv:iRireil $5,000 to $2,000 th&t Hylnn would l) reTli'ctiil. The name cnmmlKslnnqr hut $!5.000 nt oilil.i of "t to 1 to wiikit on tiip Niitni! rcfult. .Mr. SllltiKky offiirs 6 to t thitt Cur run will not ritrty ou lioroiiKh. And l. ufTorlns 16.000 to J5.000 that Uls trlct Attornuy I.owIji of Klnn County will bp elected to tin) Suiirrmo Court: atno $5,000 even that Mr U'Wl liomii the Judlclnty ticket In the number of voted. Followers of Major Cumin want 3'm to 1. ffl "V"" A .vmI1) jiioia .i Cborrlght. KuJolph Wurlitior Ca '! Brand New Player Pianos $. 295 ( O. B. Factory) The most amazing player-piano offer ever advertised. Just think a moment you get a beautiful, new mahogany (Walnut $10 addi tional) or oak Ellwood Player-Piano at prac tically the cost of an ordinary upright piano. And it's priced nearly $200 lower than other player-pianos. A tremendous production and a new Wurlitzer Equitable Piano Purchase Plan makes possible this startling offer. Call NOW and hear this beautifully toned piano. It's your greatest opportunity to own a fine player-piano. Convenient terms can be ar ranged under this Wurlitzer Equitable Piano Purchase Plan. If unable to call, or reserve your Ellwood NOW, mail the coupon below. Act quick! Telephone Bryant 8140. OPEN EVENINGS IF UNABLE TO CALL MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY WURLITZER, 120 Weit 42d St, W.ltMO iitiioK ' ii'l 'iiniileto information regarding your i;ivonJ )Ikit offer No obligation to purchase.- IS'lOU' . Aililrejiii -WURUTZER 120 West 42d Street Between Broadway and Sixth Avenue. Victrula Victor Rccordt- Player Rolls -Band and Orchestra Instrument: The Art of Making the Oyster Taste Right Tan it or Try it. -st'w it or "sfall'" -oi' MTV-tit raw fniiii tin' !ln'll t iilw!ts Willi .i o"a.ih of Iddus OLD ENGLISH TVUt auce MADE IN U. S. A. At (iroi'pr,iml I )eliialceii Stores E IVil lurd, 327 Sp-m Si., N. Y binuav wkuu) wants wouu wo-NUtiiaj SDIP NEWS INFORMATION- Due TO'Day. -- Mnlco, Itltlnt Ort-TJ fllil.rppl Vrfdi. 0no OrL Mlnniautftn Inlon ,,, kirn Miri. Cnlon, ,,,.,,,,., Miiitaniar, Anttli Minirt, Trtnldi.t L'luillon lllll. sta I'rdm Due Tn-Mnrrow. fintt Mini, Hintt Mint for. Hamilton. Ilrmrnda. Me K.mport, tliltt I'unirllin Mllkr. nunoa Ayrf.. .Sitllliiy TO'Dav. Jl.u. rim.. Ilrrntatt frtiilhim(.ton. . . 1 00 !. M. I-nlmiU, llantlj ID.JO A. M. I'ort llimlllon. lurmilda. . fl.30A.lt. K. I. Ijvhrnl.ai-k. Ctlflolill. I 00 I'. M. tln. II. r IImIim, CtlMotlit 9 30 A.M. 12.C4M. Hatting Tii'Morrow. r.titni. lutim s.ooa. ll. lrotof..... I'irlmi. HI. Thomll U 00 51. 1 M P. J,. lii-cvliUm. Iliir). aoOIVHiT Information as to o'her vessels than thine snerilled may be hnd by calllns The Kvenlni; World nnd askltlB to?' From Factory to You W ork anil Mone GuurtMpert iU SPECIAL rini-li.tlr in til Knrkfft inuitrui i.niMr i unim. i.rc. auiti KcuphoJilcred in tarn-utry or Je.it her Ml CnTp OC98 5.Pc Anj lie llt'Uihn nr rr- wiiMHir i r i iKiiriiliiire Cullfrtril OelUrrd A Htorril Free I f lltir Uttmr tx,xU tn Inn I.Un.l 1 fiiirn itiAtin una ,ew 4trtj ii aciorv. ii in ve. vvr. 741 Greene Vvcnu n II. w r-m m m u yi m it 'as J3i !1 l (