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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1922.
20 The Millionaire Burdlar Author THIRD INSTALMENT. In which John Harding U introduced to methods and mean he had never considered. THE two left tho Krlll for tlio outer linll, Harding following tlio unknown. It wna some thing novel for lilm to be led. A rcmarhablly shrewd young man, ho mused. Hod ho urRcd, ar gued, pleaded, Hnrdlng would never havo ventured forth from the club. The yountr fellow's very hrusqucness, In which Insolence wjs totally want ing, engendered a species of coun denco In Hardin?. Ho wan absolutely assurod that somowhero in tlio paal "Mr. Smith" hnd commanded men, had handled enterprise In which quick and rf-oluto decisions had been necessary. And where had he seen him before? Well, sooner or latci that foic would clear up. The purpose In his mind was now fully formed, and he mulled It over as he passed down the steps to the street. Shortly this younff man would learn that John Harding hadn't been called "Tho Fox" for nothing. With his foot on tho running board of the yellow taxlcab. he paused, struck by a sudden suspicion too strong to be thrust aside. . "You don't happen to bo on the Ifammersley ticket, do you?" "Hammeraley? Oh, I see. No; t don't happen to 1. It wouldn't serve to kidnap you, Mr. Harding, when Mathcwson and half a dozen assistants go about armed with a hun dred powers of attorneyship." Harding laughed nloud. "You have an answer for everything. 11 must havo taken you some time to dig Into my affairs with these results." "I never overlook details If I can help It. Often a trivial detail. If ignored, Is paid for by a man's life Will you rldo Inside or on tho scat with me?" "With you. by all means. Young man, you Interest me. Tills Isn't tho kind of business for a man of youi stamp. Thero Is nothing to It In tho bnd. You are waltzing on a tight lopo. If you Blip you break beyond mending. Why not apply your talents In somo Iccltlmato direction?" "I prefer the llfo I lead. I would not last a week In your offices. If you were so kind as to offer mo a berth." Which was exactly what Harding had In mind! This fellow had the gift of clairvoyance. Too bad, too bad. "Has It ever struck you." asked the unknown, "that tho Intelligent criminal Is rather difficult to net?" "Sooner or later the net falls, young man." "But before It does, think of the sport! To pit your wits ngainst tho combined wits of organized society, and to win nine times In tcnl There's your thrill. You know your markets. Could you return to the hundred share manipulations after having played with millions? Assuredly not. No more can I return to tho hum drum existence of routine. Think of tho zest of entering a dark room and InRtantly bensing tho presence of an other manl Perhaps he lias been waiting for you, and Is as eager to take your life as you aro his. You hear a thousand strango sounds you never heard before, and uIhjvo all. louder and louder, tho lieatlng of your own hcurt. I havo known tha sensation, a man cannot sell nccft- 'tlcs after such an experience. A short life and a merry one! It's the -. r. I 111. 1 1 . ri ' It gets tho liest of us, wo are clone. Now, then, don't trouble yourself nny iurxner regaruing my morals. I nm paying a debt of gratitude; believe it or not." Irony? Harding, who was master of that stylo of fence, could not say "Have you ever Killed a man?" he asKea; ana lie wns ooiiscIouh of tho crack In his voice, lie regretted tho question liibtuntly. "If I have. Hod forgive me!" The voice was hart.li with HUilden angulhh and the owner Kpoko no more until th cab turned Into tSth Blrcct and btoppcil before u garage. "We leuv this machine litre." The unknown got out mid hurried into tho olttte, doubtless to pay hi icckonlng. Ho returned quickly. "There's an alley In the next block. Storo the locality away in your mind. You will meet mo thero to-morrow At the height of the canning and preserving season the housewife will find u plentiful supply of fiuit at moderate prices and sugar a cent loner than the midsummer price. In the last two weeks sugar bus loos ened, according to a rrpoit from tin American Sugar Itcfinlns Company belling wholesale now at $0.75 per 100 pounds. No Immedlato increase In price In looked for because the seaHon ' of heaviest consumption Is nt aiing tlie end and invisible supplies an 'bellied lo lx! liirso enough to lust out the year. There will be, how ever, a slight change In price to tak care of nn out uf tin- ordinary sllu ations which inns mine. .Many re tailors Blocked in the spring uhc sii'.-ar wus nrouii 1 I an 1 I '4 cnta un can afford to well jt u f:loe inargi "now without Ions. Minnr i tails at and 7'i cent per pound, bolli at Hi ieHH ami f 'tin Ktiii-cj The i'li-cst sb'pnifnl of frull ceUed in New ni-k in oi p moniin. was "'" cars li oin I'nliliu nla. ulin-l arrived Momla O,' thin i mould V'S can were inWcd fruit- pi-urn, srnpi fruit and suipes tnenty-l5ur una ul By Harold Of "The Voice In Illustrated By JOHN' HARDING, tied down to business all his life, is just ready to retire and go in for lighter things, when a letter from his wife tells him his daughter, Bli'l TV, has fallen in love. The letter doesn't say with whom. Hard ing plans a deal to control a bank and wonders where five hundred missing shares may be. MAI II I:VSON, his secretary, doesn't know anything except that the shares once belonged to old Nicholson, former rival of I larding, who left his estate to a grandson of whom Harding has heard nothing for thirty years. At his club, Harding is accosted by a stranger who introduces himself as MR. SMITH, who compels Harding to listen to him for five minutes and incidentally to pay for his supper. The stranger persuades the banker to accompany him on an expe dition to borrow, not to steal, something for Harding's benefit, and assures the banker he docs this because of a faor the banker has done for the stranger " 'HERE, KEEP THESE HANDY' AND A COLD, FAT AUTOMATIC IN night at Hovcn. Come." It pccmcd to Harding that ho had really Mcpped Into n fog which grew denser ami denser us he went along I'or the moment he forgot all about the mil object of thin adventure; it liccnino overtopped by the compelling magnctlHiu of 1 this extraordinary young man who wis whlmxlcal one moment nnd terrible the next. To have killed a human being, and then to go on eating, sleeping, working! "Am I In my dotage, I wonder? Have I not in truth fallen nidecp In my chnlr at the club? A criminal! And I am trusting 1 it in . I inn going Into tlio night with him i.omewhere! " Harding thought. It was Incredible. In the alley they came upon u huge touring ear. gray with mud. Mobs of mud clung to the wooden MpoUcs In the wheels nnd the headlights were freckled with It. At the wheel was u huddled form, presumably tho chnuf feu i'. "Mr. .Smith" shook him gently. "All right, -jeorge! Sorry, but I couldn't get here tailler. It's ten minutes before the appointed lime. ihniuih. Look alive! When we reach th north toad let her out." As the chauffeur sat up. nnythlng but ileepilj, Harding noticed that the fellow woie mi enormous oveicoat kukkIch and a headgear not unllko thnt used by football players. "Ml abouid, Mr. Hireling!" Th" car rolled out of the dark alley nnd Harding mechanically drew tin oranges nnd seventy cms of catlto- "Upes. No (imitations wcro available. ns the shipment was to Ikj sold by auction. "Delays In transportation due to the stilkeH have cicated u con dition out of the ordinal y and wheie be Cnllloriila fruit cniiipolcs with the ionic giown, prices will fall," Her- bclirt Jones of the Slate Department of Tonus and Mai I, its said, in dis cussing the lecoid shipment of fruit and its influence upon pi Ices. "Take in u i . lii-rclpts iiom Western New YoiK ore Inncioing dally and blmul tuneoiiKly with the arrivals Irom Cali fornia the price dropped l to $1.50 per bushel last week. Of the 208 cars of pcais iccclwd in tlie week ending Kept. -, 187 ens weru Now York gi own." Host li-ii tli-tt penis, wholesale, $5 to $5.50 per IkiiicI of aliout three bushels; ordinary iiuulity, $t to $1.50 SeckelH. b st glade, lo $-.5 pel bushel basket. The houFcwIfo must pay J- to $".50 per bushel for Hist liialit Iluitlelts to-day, but later in tho week she may expect to pick un baignliiH at tlie mnikcts. Seckcl peai'ii ictitil at 10 cents per pound or $3 pci iiMSl.el 'Hit gitalti pait of the lunches nt.w on wilt.' .He '!iin New Yuri. mTowu. the Huppl bring hber.il ah Inst neck's ifi 'lpts oi IS1 ears shuw. Yel low ii-iistoniH 1 1 1 . t He- Libel t is cul Hie Kit' l -i f- to $:' .'.ii pi r bushel fo .c"l ijlUilll) mid M fin piMiiei gi.iile i '. j w i ii. .Is me pi ici d ul M J,", to Jl." r lill'llit'l, while Willi. n . li lies All II St John t.tiul.v .ne 1 In Jl Vii oin Mac (Snath; The Fo0rxTbie "Raed Eldce'elrc. Win. B. JdhnsCone. A GREY MASK IN ONE HAND THE OTHER." Ian robe over his knees. Ho was In for it now, no matter what happened Had wishing served, he would havo wished himself safely back in tho co7.y Club. Well, so be It. All his life he had wanted something like this happen; but he found that the reality was not so alluring as tho dream Two men In a dark room, seeking to cut each other's throats! Ho felt the hill r stir on tho liaso of his neck. He pichscd back the.so sinister muslngh and forced his thoughts Into a channel which pertinently concerned his own affair. How had that stock, snapped up piecemeal ten yenrs ago, gravitated together Into one package? Why had they never answered the calls for proxies? Those lawyers hud purchased for one man; thnt was now obvious Hut lawyers, Instead of brokers! Out side thnt block of five hundred, not another nhnro had found it way lo the open matket. It lnd been bought am sold, but only nmong the fnvored few What was back of this bingular pur chahc? Harding sighed. Circles; ho was just running mound in circles and getting nowhere. 1 "Supposing I had hud you ejected from the club?" Harding turned upon his companion. "Tllero aro alwaB two sides to a fence," was the answer. "Ah! Then, if I had ignored your piesslng sense of obligation you would , havo taken your knowledge shall I mon varieties wholcsalo per 11-o.uart basket for tho same. Iteliill flguies show tho best grudo at $3 to $3.50 per bushel; fair fruit. $2 to $2.50 per bushel, or three peaches for 10 cents. Housewives who depend upon the ity markets for Ihelr fruit will prub- bly llud little change In the price of peaches except in tne case in nar- galna within the ncMt two weeks ami hould do their canning and preserv ing now. Another rniit on the cinniiin list is Plinns, which are available In quan tities and at fair price. Per 1-quinl basket Ilurbatiks wholesale at 20 to 2i cents: Lombaids, 15 to 20 cents; green gages, 23 to 30 cents, and nam suns, especially linen it" prisciM-a and plum butter, 25 lo 35 cents. Plums uiu ictalling fiom 10 to 25 cents over the wholesale quotation per imsliei It is a little early to buy grapes In imv nimntlllcs cither for Jelly or win making, although for table use tho supply Is adequate. bnppuei uoni the Hudson ltlver section weio ngni Monday and Tuesday with Delnwait mid N'iamira varieties pnceti winno sale So cents to 1 per 12-qu.irt has liet tlrapes retail per 35 lo to poun 1 basket at $1.50 ami table gi.ipes sell fitnii 11 lo 20 cents per pound. Iteceipt. of apple arc limited with Ihc inmket steady for large size, well colored, slticth fancy stoi k ilieen nigs which loppitl the maikcl In pilct last season at JM per bill, now wimi sale at $( lo i'o und iclail .it $:' . 4 ii 111 saj possessions elsewhere?" "Perhaps. All In good time you will understand the things that arc puzzling you. When tho tlmo comes to explain my obligation to you, you will recognize It." "Did I ever do your father a favor?" "You have done mo ono." "I sec. You won't be driven." "Itiindlo up. Wc are leaving town." Onco tho city limits were left be hind, the car leaped forward at a flfty mllo clip over tlio dangerous, Icy high way. What with tho wind and cold, Harding was glad enough to burrow Into bis overcoat. They were about twelve miles north when the unknown leaned over and pressed two objocts Into Harding's hands. "Here; keep these handy. We'll probably need them later." With a rush of misgiving Harding nspected these objects. He knew now that he wa.i a doddering -old fool. Here he was, riding like the wind into he knew not what kind of trap, a gray mask In one hand and a cold", fat automatic in the other! IV. Between the Impulse to stop the car, when he discovered the mask and tho automatic In his hands, and tho ccompllfihment of the fact, Harding reviewed the astonishing events that hnd landed him In this flying auto mobile. Hypnotized! There was not the least doubt of it: for once In his llfo ho had been hypnotized, spellbound. Tho mysterious strangers novel method of entering tho club to obtain his Interview, and his subsequent thunderbolt that he could put his hands on tho missing five hundred shares of bank stock, had thrown Harding off his balance. He knew that there was such a thing as hyp notism, but that lto one dependable factor was personality; and this criminal hadn't tho scoundrel ad mitted it. fairly radiated person ality. Possessing tho most valuable of human assets, magnetism, he was bartering it for this kind of excite ment! 1'lstols and gray masks! Thievery! What else could this Journey mean, unlcsfl blackmail! Some diabolically clever game to compromise him, to make his wife and daughter blush for him. Hlind fool, why hadn't he looked at that side of It? To have answered this promiscuous call of ad- enture at the rollicking ase of flfty- flve, when he ought to bo saying his prayers and getting his house In order! Ho leaned forward, caught the chauffeur roughly by the shoulder- rather a dangerous thing to do Just then and yelled: "Stop this car!" There was a grinding or tiraK.es, ana tho car slewed and began a series of light-hearted quadrille movements, now on the port wneeis, now on mo starboard. Only the skill of tho man at tho wheel saved tho car from turn ing turtle. "Put mo down!" siioutea naraing. "Remember the conditions." "Confound tho conditions!" "Ah. that's quite another matter. Mr. Harding. 1 gave you opportunities ns wide ns a burn door to withdraw. I did not urge you once. I laid down conditions and you agreed to tncm verbally." "But pistols and masits. expioaea the millionaire. "Mr. Harding. I told you that tnoro would bo rlKks, but I promised you that you .should come through this night honorably, no matter what hap pened to me. Pour miles rearward we. passed a road house. I'll return you that far. But I propose to ftnlsn this affair; and pernaps you win nave cause to regret the consequences, am not compelled to pay my obllga tlon to you. You are absolutely free to return or to proceed. I suggest that you get out and walk about for a few minutes, l ou are probably cold. Aa for the mask and tho automatic, you need not ucccpt them. It any one should recognize you, you will have to shoulder the disadvantages. Wo may not find use for either mask or pistol; tne measure was omy precau tionary. You are pcifectly free to act as you will.'.' , (Copyiljht by the Ufll Syndicate-.) (Continued To-Morrow.) per bushel basket. This apple makes nice preserves nnd Jelly. Tho favorite fruit for Jelly, crab- ipples, ate not in demand as yet and (msldenilile stock ts held in cold storage warehouses, possibly due t. the fact that the hoiuwujfc waB n0f ready to make her Jelly until after Labor Day. unerry crabs wholesale at $2.50 to $t per bushel and other varieties ji.jO to -.', while the retail price is between $2 and 5 for the same amount. Prunes aie not plentiful enouzh at this time to warrant canning, but by me inmate nt inn inontn the house wife may plnn to do her plums. The retail cost is i.ow 75 cents per basket ami the wholesale -10 to 60 cents. Bet ter varieties at mora reasonable prices aro duo laler this month. Vegetables are of good quality and many housewives nro running com, lomaioes, jet-is ,nna carrots by the easy nnd satisfactory cold pack method liccniisn' they hope to cut the loon cosis .is cioso ns possible. Nco nccis iinu carrois retail at 5 eents per bunch or HO cents poi don i..m..,s. aim line, largo ears or com tin bo Had at $l per joo cars u ,t )t) qiiniiiiiiin.it tne i.tige.- m.n 1,1 . The oi illnnry price is Ja to u , dozen. Tomaljcfi are n, i and tetail at $1 .60 pi-i m , Is well to can tnmutoe I..- , is any cliauco thnt i. ... touched them. Cabi ki.iilt is aMiilable . i , u' S pi i l'.'O heads p-r . .-.:t It I' "10 h.no auer- pl'ice Screenings By DON ALLEN POME. I.tlltf .ml: lloinri Wrnt lo the- cunin To .sec. it movie jsioit. lie vilyht as well have sUtycd home I'or he saw it a year ayo. Poc. OUR SYMPATHIES Tlie mother of Hobrrt n. Vlgnola, the widely known Cosmopolitan direc tor, died In her homo m Albany on Labor Day following a long illness. Mrs. Vlenola's ilcnlh was not un- expected nnd her son was at her bed- slde when the end came. niw. is sur vived by her husband, three sons nnd n daughter. Our sympathies aro extended to UoD In his bereavement. CAR CONVERSATION. Thev were a couple of members of the Kalsomlners' Union, having been given their cards In recognition of their efforts on their own faces. In a Gates Avenue car yesterday afternoon they wero discussing things In gen- ernj. 'Mr GavVd!" muttered one. "Y'shoodha seen Benny las' night! Lit up like a movie house! We musta bin makln' sixty when a guy pops outer a oross street and slaps us ono on th' fender. I seen Benny wasn't n no shape t' save hissclf, so I grabs him arou' th' neck nn' Jumps with him before th' car turned turtle. Wo lands In a clump o' soft !and an "Llsscn. kid!" broke In tho other. "You talk llko Poll White acts!" CHEERFUL. A relic of bygono days which had been actually used In tho carrying out of the mandates of Justice Is being used In Richard Barthelmcss's forth coming production, "Tho Bondboy." It Is a gallows which had been the official Instrument of death and which had been used for numerous hangings In Bath County. Virginia. It was erected by tho man who con structed It for a hanging in 1905. 'I havo scon men who gloried In their work but I don't believe that I over met a man who was prouder of himself than tnls hangman," Bald Mr. Barthelnicss. "Ho gloated over His father was tho Sheriff of tho county and was intrusted to do this Job, which was part of his duly. Cam tho day of a hanging and the Sheriff was ill. Nobody clso would do tho Job. But tho son took up his father's work and pulled the. trigger which sprung tho trap, ending the llfo of the victim of tho law. 'They were somewhat crude In building this gallows. It was con structed right In front of tho cell window which was occupied by the man who had been condemned to death. For three weeks ho stood at the window and watched theso men building the instrument that would plungo him Into another world. Some say that he was crazy when led to tho gallows." HERE'S A PRETTY THOUGHT! Seldom do we run bluibs sent lit by praise agents ns they aro sent. But we'll bend this steel-bound rule for this once. Hero goes: "Because Salome did what many women havo desired to do, yet could not, she has come to be regarded as the most vicious character In antlqu Ity," said Xnzlmova recently. "Salome, rebutted in Her advances to Jokanuan, (lew into a rage. Since she could not havo blm, hho wanted no one clso to. The only insurance of that was death, and of that Salome had the power. How many women have longed to slay the men who have failed to love them? Jilany mole than Salome." ROMANTIC (?f Wo've often lead, as you probably have, the glowing accounts of how this and that actor or actress hap pened to enter tho movies. Theso pralse-agcntlng romances have thrilled us nil while wo believed them but seldom have we been fo thoroughly thrilled as by tho story of Hull Mon- t.inn's entry into tilings theatrical "Suppose you were attracted to the theatre by Its appeal lo your artistic nature?" some femlnino writer asked nf Bull. "Naw!" answered the bovine one what then." continued tho bob Ister. "first drew you to the theatre?' Two bucks a night!" answered v Toro. "I lister be u bouncer In i Bowery teeaytcr of cv'nln's after 1 ,e through d'llvcrln' ice. An' I gets two clam3 a night Jes' fer trun nin' noisy guys out." Attaboy, Bull! Stick to tho truth OHI Pack burros were us-cd to transport ,,,.. ounce of building materinl neces sary to build a cottago near Craig's . ... i......l fir iifco 111 HPof i i.'ikii. caitttji ui.. " - -o " iv Heart." the picture Metro Is mak i..o. witli Lauretto Taylor as Its Mar & lonir line of burros kept going in one continuous stream up the narrow mountain pain. Sounds llko an Interborough sched. ulo docs It isui .' DOUBLE-HEADER. An overloaded stork stopped at homo of Harry Beaumont, widely known director, recently mm cciiuin i delivered the. goods. And now llnrry Is the pioud pap twin clrls, both of whom ho say would bounce If he ever let "cm fall Both twins ami tno mamma are uo lug nicely, thank you: titti, ( STATIC. Jlarion Pavles has by far the most important screen role or nir career I .When Knighthood Was in Flower.' Thev say Mabel Normaiid in "Su ,miio" puts one more in mind of .'Here Mnble" Ihnn ever. "Tlie lioitctuoi is an .luoiu a nor ,.i,n couldn't ride and did. "Day Pi earns." Buster Keatoii h.test. tello two stories, both ol wlml nic funny- 1 me Mull will suppoit Dustln Far Love Smufen Swain Smile Air With Song, Smote by Neighbors Two Forlorn Ronicos Serenade Their West Hobokcn Juliets at 2 A. M. To the. strains of "0 Sole Mlo," two lusty-lunged young swalii broke uto song to tho accompaniment or morning in Smith Street. West Hobokcn. between Ilcrgcnllnc Avenue find West Street. They serenaded two Juliets living In tho street who dis creetly hid their Identities. In nn Instant sleep was an utter Impossibility. Other expressions that began with On" but that weren't confined to the .v jiding of the lvrlc smote tho n!r from every window, and old Bliocs, .la r m clock, and other removable bjecls barrngetl In the direction o the young Hotnror. The sercnadcrs merely-moved out of tango and con- nuctl their wiirblinn. Catcalls from almost everybody living In tho neighborhood having no ffect. tahn Livingstone, of No. 502 Smith Street, stnt wind to tho West Hobokcn Police Station, nnd Lieut. andlord Regrets Raising Rent When Tenant Starts Baby Garage nfants Mothers Park With otitis From Flat and Clilam Halowltz stands out to-day quickly mado tho landlord regret raising the rent. Naturally, thousands ill ask Immediately "How did he do Well, It was easy. Ho merclyS tartcd a baby carriage garage to take in enough money to pay tho raise. Came then the noisiest young- tern In tho neighborhood" to bo parked for the doj and the other tenants bvgan moving to a quieter spot. It all came out In Harry Schlacht's East Sldo Arbitration Court, at No. 150 Delnncey Street, when the land- ord, Hyman Oickman, mado a pa thetic appeal to have Chlam thrown out of tho house, which is in Attorney Street. Dlckman raised Chlam'a rent $3 a month, he admitted. Then Chlam had painted a big sign. "Baby Carriage Garage," and put it on the fiont door. East side mothers responded In FIVE COWS KILLED BY LIGHTNING BOLT Animals, Fastened to the Same Chain, Struck by Lightning. Five cows, all attached to the samo chain, weio killed yesterday on Frank Ford's farm, a few miles from the village of Union vlllc, Orango County, by a bolt of' lightning. Another bolt ripped oft a section of tho steeple of Crace Church in Port Jervis. Slate shingles wcro scattered about for a dis tance of a hundred feet from the edifice. SHIP NEWS INFORMATION Due To-Day. Niagara. Vljo Auj. ZS Zacapa, Kingston Aup. 31 aole, Havre Aug. K Absrla, Glasgow Aug. G One Ta-ilorrow. lomerlc, Southampton Aug. SO Mi-tapan, Kingston Aug. I Ho-allnd, Ht. Johns. . . ..8ept. : Caincronta, Gibraltar .Aug. : Due Friday. AiliiHanln. Southampton ...Sent. I'ri-. naming, riouinampion . .TXug. .11 ...Aug. 17 MaMldP retire, Genoa r-nntp Rosso, t!enoa ...Aug. "j:i arinanla, Liverpool . . .Aug nniluml, lianzlg . ..Aug. 21 peranza. Vera Cruz ...AUK. 31 Uochambeau, llavru ...Aug. 29 Sail To-Day. Malls Close. Kails. Colon, Cristobal UiiKllHmo I'L-lrcr, Names 1.00 P.M. Noon 1.30 P.M. 4.00 RM .1.00 I'.M I.ltimnla. I.lbau .. Montscrtat, Cadiz 4.30 P.M. 11.00 K.W. in. l'ulk. London... 7..HI A.M. Tivlves, Hanta Marta. 7.00 A.M. 1 1 .00 A.M 11.00 A.M I t. St. lieorgc, ucr- muda (.uu " Hail To-Morrow. Malls Close. Sails. Mlnnckahda, Ham- burc T.00A.M. 11.00 A.M. aroula. LHerpool... R.im A.M. Noon Taonnlna, Naples . . U.VO A.M. 1.00 I'.M Atropulls, runia wei- ,,.., gada 11 " .Vail Friday. Malls Close. 3.00 P.M Salts. Munargn, Nassau . .. n.m) a.m. .. 1.30 I'.M. Noon 1'aria, St. Tnoinai. 0.00 P.M mini in "whtlo justice wans, men summit! As "tweic! I'lillv Mnishall anil uooori aicivun, Ihc screen's most polished villain duo, are In "Without Compromise." Wnrl is truing along wen on tne r.,i Miv Kiieclal. "." .Arauiau Kniirht." Kid McCoy will appear soon in an other Kox film. He'll : e marnca our- ln 11, r. nctloil. t 1CI1 Dringlllg Ills m." dial marital scoie up to tne cicven inn r'c . Hull Montana directed tlio making rn1n Horn iVAnrQ up ot tlio blncii eye vima ..w.. In Mime parts of "Juno Madness. Vnrmn TilllliaUgC. now ivuiuf". for a spell, luis her dressing room all fitted out with Coorer-IIowitts, the footlights of the films, just so she , I.,,.. iu-r make-up Is setting. "Iloso o' the Sea" and "Hurricane r:ni n, .o believe. "Sisters Under tl... Mlln " k-... ii. i ihn tlireo Keatons of ,.,,Y ,11,1 I ' vaudeville fame Huster, Mamma and n,,n,,rn in "The i:iectrio House, tho ulr should bo surcharged with vivid l,lrtr.l lornls. PrnlRo nircnts for the Innumerable "wonder dogs" f movies seem to like, in refer to their dogs 'pupil tarlty." AVe liked It. too. when v. wrote It llrst " about lassie, 11.1 I'll, nlmnuu rolllC. the a ii.i .,n:.kimr of wonder dogs Slionclieait has b',0', shipped back to the Hiinw-coiernl hills of the gren Vmlhucst for anothei fiiitncst non incline, , bnnjos shortly after two o'clock this Dulielbclss nnd Policeman Becker speeded to the scene In a motorcycle side enr and arrested tho llomeos. Arraigned this morning before Ilo cordcr Walters, tho youths described themselves ns John Clark nnd Joseph Smith, which names are said by tho police to bo fictitious, and would give no addresses or explanation of their actions. More Information was required by tlio court, so nn adjournment was taken until Friday and tho young men were paroled until that time. Shrewd Tenant Start Ex- Rate Comes Down. among his fellow men as one who It?" droves, leaving their bawling off spring while they went shopping or to the movies. Tho noise of all them babies Is making my tenants move," said Dick man. "I want this man thrown out of my house." "What do you charge for taking care of the carriages?" asked Judge Schlacht. "Twenty-five cents a week," le pllcd Chlam. "Sometimes I have as many as fifty carriages a week." The tho Arbitration Coifrt proved Its worth. By adroit questioning It was learned the landlord would give up the extra rent if his tenant would give un his perambulator garage, it was so settled. CAT A-FISHING CATCHES TURTLE Or Maybe It Should Be Turtle Catches Tabby. PACKERVILlE, Conn., Sept. 5. The old saw that cats love flsh but never will wet their feet to catch them, has been exploded by Joe Walsh's old female tabby, who lives on flsh and catches them herself. Tabby had five kittens not long ago, so now she brings five flsh each morning before sun-up for her brood. To-day Tabby caught a baby turtle by mistake. The mother turtle grabbed hold of Tabby's tall and hung on. The cat, doing its best, could not gain an Inch and for half nn hour Madam Turtle hung on to the black tail while Tabby yelled. Walsh finally chopped oft madam's head and Tabby was re leased, probably never to go fish ing again. DETECTIVE BUYS HOOCH, BOTTLE HURLED AT HIM Tltrer IIrlrt for Violation of I.innor I.iitt. Three men charged with violating the iijuor law were Hrralgned in Fifth Av- nue Court, Brooklyn, to-day. John Mo Itobble. No. 50 47th Streot. was held In J1.000 bail for the Grand Jury, charged with selling liquor to Detective Leo Parks of Inspector Sackett's staff. On a charge of felonious ssnnult ho was held In M.000 hall for examination Sept 11. The detective said that McRobbie threw a bottle at him. John D. Wagner. Xo, S603 Fourth Acnue. and William Reynolds of No 116 Lawrence Strct, were held In J600 ball each for examination Sept. 11. The detective said that Reynolds was un loading liquor from a truck last even Ing at Wagner's restaurant, and that he found twenty-four bottles of liquor in tlie restaurant. WEDDING GUEST HELD ON CHARGE 8 YEARS OLD Another Gnmt Sara lie stabbed lilm nnrt Vnnlnlird. Michael Pazy, twenty-seven, would be a free man to-day If he had not Insisted upon attending the wedding in Jersey City yesterday of Harry Marchanis, 111 best friend. Pazy Is alleged to have etabbd Michael Zodhannel of No. 235 Pacifl venue. Jersey Cltv. eight years ngo, at the christening of Zodhannel tmhy, rol lowing which he Is supposed to have flud the city. Yesterday his old pal marrlf Stella Murfa, of No. 216 Whlton Street, at tho latter's home, and Pazy and Zod liannel, who he Is alleged to liav stabbed, were anions tho gueats. Zodhannel disappeared after Pazy' entrance, reappeared with hair a doze policemen and Pazy was taken to a cell BROADWAY SEES RUNAWAY HORSE AUm-lird to MIIU Walton HoHm nntl Sonren Comniutera. Street car traffic wns tted up for a short time to-dny at Itrondway and Murray Street and hundreds of com muters hurrying neross Broadway from Ilrtioklyn Ilrldge and North River fer ries ran to Fafety when a horse attached to a Sheffield Kiiruis nillli wagon be anip frightened and ran away. The wagon was overturned. The horse shied an ay from a man who tried to catch lil.i bridle and ran into a pile of dirt nnd rock at an excavation on the east plde of Ilroadway opposite City Hall. Tlie drilT. Joseph Rollins, of No. 11 Wrbt I03d Street, 'Has attended for laiciullons and brulsei. STABBED AT HOTEL, " DIES IN HALLWAY lUc Mystified in Rochester Slnying. ROL'lIESTim. Sept. 6. The body f Sheldon Drcnnan, forty-nve, was found shortly lcforc midnight lying; n the front hall on the third floor of a hotel, where the mnn had collapsed and died nftcr being slabbed over th heart. The body was found by a patrolman, attracted by the shouts of man In a window. It wan still warm. The police could find no motive. Drcnnan wns a teamster for a carting company. His wife, Mrs. Agnea Drcnnan, was employed at the hotel an a housekeeper. A man rooming opposite to Drcn- nnn paid ho had heard loud talking in Drennan's room, then a groan fol lowed by tho sound of a falling body. Ho found Drcnnun lying ngainst a. rndlator, life extinct. J. HAMILTON LEWIS IS SERIOUSLY ILL VIENNA, Bent. 6. Kormsr Unlt.l States Senator J. Hamilton Lewis has been ordered to Davos-Plat. Swltr. land, for treatment. Ho has been 111 In a Hospital ncro for a month and hit condition Is reported as serious. HELP WANTED MALE. CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY. WANTED: HOISTING ENGINEERS WITH GOOD REFERENCES. WAGES AWARDED BY UNITED STATES RAIL ROAD LABOR BOARD. APPLY TO C. E. CHAMBERS, SUPT. MOTIVE POWER AND EQUIPMENT. CENTRAL RAILROAD CO. OF NEW JERSEY, JERSEY CITY, N. J. BOYS - WANTED, TWO GOOD HUSTLERS, OVER 16 YEARS. AS OFFICE MES SENGERS. TO CARRY COPY FROM 4 TO S P. M. IN THE ADVERTISING DEPART MENT OF A LARGE NEWS PAPER; MUST WORK SAME HOURS SUNDAY; OFF ON SATURDAY; SAL ARY SIO; REFERENCES. HUSTLER, 280 WORLD. WANTED. BOILERMAKERS, BLACKSMITHS, MACHINISTS, CAR REPAIRMEN, SKILLED IN RAILROAD WORK; STEADY EMPLOYMENT; STANDARD WAGES, AUTHORIZED BY UNITED STATES RAILROAD LABOR BOARD. Apply to CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY C. E. Chambers, Supt. Motor Power & Equipment, Jersey City, N. J. WANTED MEt.nA.MCS AMI hklpi;ks. Permanent positional a r a open at the following rates, authorized by 'the. United States Railroad Labor Board: Machinist! HoikrinalKM IllttCksniUI, J Bluet Metal Workers Ultctilcal Worktrt Power Home , Switchboard Opeiatori Powet lloii'O KlMtrlclam Machinist !lt-lp llollermaker llolperi lllai'kimitn Helper' Bluet Mutal Workers" Helpr Ulcctncal Vorkr- Illpf rs U'C per hour. "e pr hour. (Jr r.epalrers t Inspectors 63o rer hour. Annlv 0.W1 A. SI. to 500 P. M. to Super. Int.ndVnr. office, at 12:nd Stieet and Willi. Avenue, llroni, N. V. I'. M. Cl.UIK. Sillifrldttndenl, w Tork, .New llaitrn llarlfortl It. R. Opt