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Mysterious Visitor in Lonely
Spot Near Yonkers Leaves
Gloves Beside Body.
TWO MONTHS SINCE DEATH
Stranger. Refused Ride in
Wagon. Disappears. While
Drivers Discover Object
Hidden in Long Grass.
rri a wild nd on<I. *?Pol on rhr ?"t"
Yortki rs i" tween Rowley
? i tl Amackaaaln Inn two
44 1k, \\<r<-- drlving a delivery
>n along the W irburton ron.] dle
eovered the body of a man yeaterday
? must have laln concealed for many
n graaa. The boya arere
-., the dbwovery by n woman
o:it of tho field and aaked thf-ni
i rlde t ' Ypnk.
: ber request and, filled wltb rrua
n, wenl back afterward t<
what had Inti r In thal de
; lOCality.
<>n ono alde of tho Warburton road
thf ground di brtiptly toa
thr trarka nf the New "Tork Central
} t three 1 indre I feel dla
? wlthln a
quart^r of a mlle The a ? n d
a ranb growth of catl
high.
!-*':rpri?( <l nt s-? ng i * .man rllmblng
ank. th" boya were prepared to
i ? tlnlae her aa Bhe dn i ? Bhe
? i and wa Ited for t!
?ir- BB. fi
ji<r rlotl ? good ma*
il, hor long <-]n;ik being f-ilk. Her
manner waa aaitated and wild, the
i said. thoiigri thelr deecrlptlon
hav*. beon affeoted by the dla
ry whleh they made ;> few mlnutea
'? r
it is rertaln th.it they mlatruBted the
woman, for tl ed her . ?
fnr a lift. Thoy rontinued toward
Yonl ? alked back ln the
direct Bomethlng ;. bout the
Ineaa
of th" n glon aroua?-d l
I
of thr Imaaginatlva boya, and they wenl
bach to tha place where tha woman had
emi rged from the I ?
[? wai an eaa) matter to follow the
? ? , i,, 'the grasa thai led dowa
Halfwaj to the railroad tracka
the boy In tl." lead atoppi d wlth an ax
atlon of frlajhi and polnted al the
ground li from of hlm. The feel of a
proatrate man wi re Btl. klng oul tow- (
ard them from the graaa Thoy wi i l
? , nough to aae tha whole Hl
?.berve thal the man had been !
: for a long time. Tl en they ran
bai k t-i their aagon.
A trolley "... hed nal paaaed aml
waa whiaxing on ahead toward Ton
ere. Thej looked ba. k foi the woman,
bul Bhe was nowhere ln nlght, ard they
took it for granted thai Bhe had board
i.,i H,. car. Thej drove to Tonkera
end told th.- pollce. .'.iron"!' Dunn and
r Wolf ..f tii. Tonkera pollce, ac
companled by Chb?f Cornell of Haat-J
?nps. ael out to Inapeci the body. Th"
Coroner waa Btruck bj th" boya1 de*
Bcription of th.- woman, which he
fltted a woman whom he had -? n
ting on a car ..? Qi try S , ire in v.m
k< ra
Upon vlewlng th" body tha offl
..] thal the in.'ti mual have been
; for ,.; leaat two montha There
waa not m trace of anj thing ln hi*
... about lus clothing t" b ig
;. ntity. Bealde the bodj thej
found a pair of woman'fl glovee, whlch
had appan m een dropned hj tha
\ isit.ir ih.it afternoon.
Th" Only mark on th. | the
. .'i ?? on tha buttona. Bealdi
s ribing th" rlothing of th" \*om..n
who had vleited the body, the bo -
had said ih..' ahe waa of medlura
t, ha<l ii.it k halr an.i a mddy *? *m -
..,:. 'ih, i',,ii.iioi'i | hjBlclan Mill
attempt to dlacover th.. cauae of tn..
man'a di Bth to-daj al Baker'a moi.
where th. ' - ' nlght
Th" l'-'ln ?? tracvd .. woman ana ?
the deai rlptlon of y. ? n by
M . boya tn the Van Cortlandl Parh
B
. ,i her Interrogatora
; new nothlng aboul Ihe bodj Bha
aaa perniltti >i t" ^ ; olice 'li'l
not have enough evidence on whlch to
Detectivea in rearchtng about in tho
tho I y mt* found
late tbla afternoon came a.... ? nn
Improvif-ed blackjack, whlch they be
Ijevc wna need t>> murder th.* man Tho
akull .?!" 'ho man won found t" have
I.. ? ti ith ih. <l ln, aml then waa a hola
ln It about thr. r. Tl
it thi morgue.
aOJT**-- ->-o?
tt -. '. ? - '?
!"- B?_ij^.--*J> _3_n *
? . , v '*MeriV f* I
r?S ir?'._ " ? __ wnawwa _ _
tauu
Inve.figated Advertisements Guaranfeed by The Tribune.
Fee Chargei) for Invesfigation Arranged in Advance.
44 \ N EXPERl mechanic could have gone over my car
AA and I would have guaranteed that it was in better
**- -? running shape then than the first day I drove it."
remarked an automobile owner.
"Despite this fact. I could not get anywhere near a fair
offer for it when I wished to sell."
This gentieman was an automobile body builder. He
gave up business about two years ago on aceount of iil health.
About three months ago he decided to travel abroad for his
health.
He knew he had a good car and he knew it was in good
shape. I he short time he had used it only tested its true worth.
1 le had often talked to others in a sirnilar situation. and decided
that they laclced ingenuity or energy when they stafed they
could not sell their cars even at a sacrifice.
This gentleman had advertised and read the used auto?
mobile advertisements in the newspapers in his quest of a pur
chaser. Many of the advertisements he read sounded more
convincing than his announcement. Being curious, he investi
gated a number of the more convincing advertisements.
"lt proved to me that advertising was untruthful nnd
even dishonest. I finally erected a portable garage on a vacant
lot and stored my automobile there during my absence," he
continued. "At the time I was so angry that I would have let
thr machine nist untii it fell apart."
His parting remark was: "Well. good luck to 'lhe Tri?
bunal. 1 would have used it at the time had it been in exist
ence and I will use it when I face this problem again."
I >ed automobile advertisements appearing under this
classification will go to I ribune readers with the gtiarantee of
this paper behind your statements.
"Ihe I ribunal" introduces and indorses you to Tribune
readers. The guarantee of this paper will do much to inspire a
sale.
It eliminates the timidity with which the average person
regards the purchase of a used car from an advertisement.
Register on your mind, as our converted friend has. that
you will advertise under "Ihe I ribunal" when you wish to sell
your used automobile.
HERE ARE SOME SAMPLE ADVERTISE?
MENTS THAT SHOW HOW USED
AUTOMOBILES MAY BE
ADVERTISED.
HONEST AUTOMOBILES HONESTLY DESCRIBED AND PRICED.
LOZIER?Late 1913 six-cylinder, 51 horsepower, Lakewood five
or seven passenger Lozier touring car, left-hand drive; equipped
with electric self-starter. cost $5,000. If sold at once will take
$3,000. Owner going abroad. I 10, New-York Tribune.
$4.80 will be the cost of the above minimum sized advertisement.
OLDSMOBILE AUTOCRAT?Good opportunity to purchase 7
passenger touring car; late model; cost $3,800 in January, 1912;
r.nly usrd 6 months. has been on dead storage I 1 months; runs and
looks like new; has set of shock absorbers, cost $225; combination
clock and speedometer, cost $130; front brass bumper, Prest-o-Lite
tank. electric light equipment throughout. electric horn. demountable
rims, extra demountable rims, trunk rack. rain vision windshield.
Pantasote top. side curtains, set of anti-skid tires, extra tires and
three brand new extra inner tubes, kit of tools; everything essential
Ior a high class automobile; in perfect condition and demonstrated
anywhere; price. $2,600. A 101. New York Tribune.
$13.20 will be the cost of the above sized advertisement.
I
IM
OF
Don't Mean More Pay for Em
ployes. Their Expert Tells
Arbitration Board.
STATISTICS BY DR. WARNE
Reads from Tables Whach Pur
port to Show Number of
Killed and Injured
on Railroad?
i" I'l.ink .1. Warne, atatlatlcal arcrt
?. ? tiai.im.n a.iil COTldUCtOI ' ' h*
ISaatern rallroada, wan tbe chief wltneaa
.i,i\ before the ? lovi rnmem BoarU
..i arbitration m Beaatoa at tha Hotel
Manhattan.
Dr, u inn.. re id from tabtea of Btatle*
llt-fl coplen of whlcb, aith dlagrama, were
ned over to tba ai bltratlori board Ti.o
1.1 ni. i wen pn pared to Bhoer thal while
the ? apadtj of fn Ighi eara 11
ln. reaalnrr, b ? well aa thel. aiae anO
v .....i.t. impl j ing'more worli ior tbe mea,
there b i n.m inondlns Iai ri tae in
the operating coel
ln replj to a q leetlo** bj U B. Bhep
pard of thi arbttratora reproeentlng
the tralrrmen an I conductoi a tl a wll ?
there waa a tendi n % toi ard maklag
!.,? for tbe rallroada bj n
of the Incn ItJ "'' th
? u on, i | ,,,?. we are g< Itlng tho best
we can oul ol Ih. ' -"'? ?*?"?*??? ?????
, halrman ol th. eonfi renci omn Ittee ot
managi r?
I- w ..u,. tht n aald l il ? tort ' <? waa
... would offei teatlmonj to th
? ? id waa ? oatrolli .1 b
, , .,..-. f ther aada wi n
trolled bj ou.. ? I thal aome ot
"??""' bj ?
T .?'?'?? ' ' ,w*n'
ot the Ord. t'onductora, to
?
.., .. . . -ald Idi 0
??thal wi wlll i to put 1
,-,.,? ... .1 ? ?"? I" '"
Pho-fl thi real ownerablp of tbe n
Wt . . ? flith a oon
lom ol Interlocklna ' ,i,u
.. W* aill ' h"u
.i bdivtalon '
The Bft. ' '
,.,.. r, ? I' w*
ln regard I
mjun ???"? ???"? from ;" '
. me f the 1
kl rd rind Injured Ini
? . ? rar. while 1
! ln
x . ? ?? ? " '
. .. to tl
. .
. ? ? per t h.
. . . .
B.tttia an. .
...?? Inj red, ?? ? '
110.45 ln 1808. 1
...
idint* tho?<
\ I
?
r the 1
?-av-1
FOILS CATHEDRAL THIEVES
Watchman of St. John's As
saulted?Man Hold
i
,,; st Jol n the 1
Ihe nigh
arho wa ' "?
? . ? tho ight to be l I had
?
. , |d, of WUmlngton.
H . n I,,, n> cordlng to tbe pollce, haa
; tlm. i
'
?,t- ||.- ?.? ! l. lll f..r
ii i ? arlna ln Marl. m i ou. t i
I'.,-. eral maklng the round th.
?
Iwo men, who emerged fr..m the ahrub
., .| .i. mai ded 1
He ref ed to give them up The
Intrudei * hui h.i aeveral ton. a1 fo
and h" waa taken to Bt l.uke'1 Hoepttal
Buffertng from cuta eral brulaee li- later
a ' i . h<
-a
CAPT. WALSH LEFT $10.61
Will Gives It to Wife, Including
$1,500 Poliee Claims.
The petitlon of Mra Nellte A IVal ..
, . ;ui\ nf tha eatate of ii". hue
Poi ? ? ? apta n Tl bi i W ?l alsb,
who died on June tl after teatlfjrlng In the
,,i ii... four poliee ? en*
? .j tn prtaon t. un i i. collec)
graft, waa llled In the Burrogate'a i ourl
. t< rdaj. < aptain tValah lefl all ti
Aa44-flOrdlna t" tba p4*tltio*i a i tbal rlll
come to ii"- ui'iou i* t\... eauaea of ac?
tion for ?i.'.'?> an.i peraonal property worth
|10i The ct ol action ara ag llni I
tb. Nea Vora cltj Kndowmenl .\--s.i
clatlon for M.000 and againal ti?- Lteuion
anta Benevolenl Aaaoclation ut tha i' .
Ilce Departmenl loi J-.'jo .Mi*. VValah
al No 1861 Madii "ii avenue
NEW HAVEN DIVIDED ANEW
Two "Grand Divisions" Announced
for Entire System.
Importanl changea ln Ihe operating
managei.I ihe New Vork, \. .w Ha
ren | Hartford Railroad are announced
t..-'in\ Theae changea, eBtective al our..,
bave for thelr objei t an Inereaae of auper
\i-i"n and atrengthenlng ?.f tha entire or
ganlaaUon, all contrlbuttng to greater
aafetjr and efllclencj Iii operation
An Importanl featurp of thr policy of
t;,.. new managemenl 1- to rataflne ap
pointmenta t.. tbe Nea Haven aervlca
...... ' ? Inatance, eiary maa
V?11 '< .itit *?-1 la a New Havea man To ra
thi or. tori covered bj Ihe general
I up. iiiitrn.lt nl th" rnllroa-l wlll here
.'t.t be operated In two grand dlviakma
All thr iin.-.** eaal of wiiiiiiiiiiiti" a.i.i New
IflOndon wlll i" known ..-? tl*e aaatern
Bi. nd dlvi?lon All tbe llnea wea r ..?
? polnl ? aill I.. hereafter knoa i
the v eetern Rrand di.
Tbe pre* nl ehon line <n\ lalon la dh Ided
iin.l a new dlvla. coveting Ihe main line
tva.pi ..I Nea li.ivii and IheJbanburj and
New . ... iaii bi anchti .? 6t aated, to be
known heni. forth ..> th. Nea > ort. .h
vlplon, laiiii lieadquartera al Harlem
EUver.
WIFE SEES AVIATOR DIE
Max Lillie Had Made 3,500
Successful Flights.
Oaleeburg, m ? P'T't 11 Max LtlUe,
aviator, irru killed In his tirst Rlght -it
ti,,. OalcBbuni diatrlcl tatt to-rin\. Lll*
! . - Mptana va.-is OfaMtUrtMd hy H aVAOi
,,: u:r..i arhen aeveral Imndrad faal la >,lf>
air and lha aviator araa hurlad to IM
ground, wllh Um ma.-hlne aft'r him.
ii.. di**<i i fi a miconda afti r apectatora
raa bed iii"'
Hfl h.i.i nr;:.l<* thirt>-Hvc- hunrlr*-ii fllghta
wlthoul 11 aarlooa aa ?eldent, and for tn*
eral reara condtxrted a aehool for avlatora
ln ' hl.-iiJ,'...
Ti,.. death of LaOllfl aurixkfl the ">'jcth ln
ti, annaJa *>f aetotlon an.' tha Mth Mn.-e
janUar) l. Kourteen nirlatora hava been
k: i, ,i thli month
6REENHUT-SIEGEL C00PER
CELEBRATION A BIG ONE
Principal Evidence Found in
Low Prices?Wonderful
Decorations, Too.
Tii*. ? i- i'i .'iii"n of the aoventeenth an*
nlveraan >'f th? Greenhut-Blaegel i n>>r<T
Company la ln progrcaa Both nf lha
l uiidlngfl on Slath nei nue, nt i*ih
|ar.d Itih rtreete, ara la K.?ia attlre lla
jthouaawl BagB, large, amall, American
and forelgn. baee been leeora
: tlon
UU? i !iiori<-. who aratehea eeer tha
\ bi? atora on ti;. aaal alde ol th- avenue
er vantage point In lha centra o?
th- famou founta.oaa |IH
. in honor of the oceaalofl Olowtng
! i,,i balla aloarti t trom ? le irlt U?h?" ln
-i.i,. are ? ? ' ? ' :'' ; ' " eelllnf <-f
the maln floor
!? the r.1 departmenl on tha
fourth ti"'"-. arhere man: demonatratlona
,,f pure food ara belni Blven acarla l
t imi i ' ' ???-??
? ?
' '" ?'
. ,,..., i -.- ? ??
Tl e prlna l| al - rlda w - of
tha fael th.it '.*? art - '? bratlni I found
lhe i..v. prlcei n mt. ? ? I ? ' "
; . .. , h hai for *"?' aton tl in l-f""?
rall ind a - ?? - -?- k hat
..,...,1 We i ava ?'? I dpated
? th* larlff ratea and I
?
?w,. nral opena-d our al Beptei r
? ? ,h '?
? ? for tho ? ervea
? ? ' '
,., m the i t that a Hmpry
" ?
,' . ? ' ? rt of i
? . . . ?
.. of th" 0
... Mai ?- ol " ?
rli
? ? ' ''?
- ? er. a
... ? -i
?And
?
.
yeaterday,
... 1.
> -
ENGINE DRIVER IS HELD
FOR NEW HAVEN WRECK
Coroner Finds Him, Conductor
and Flagman "Criminally Re?
sponsible" for Disaster.
Bl
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..... iieta <.'i
N?.\a Ii
' "
.....
ll N.irth Un
- . ??
| , .Iriv.-i
. ?
.i
?i-..i th< ??
i r.f iu,- i. .,i... pa i -ona ? hen
1 Into th. H:.r ii.u boi ii...
i.. m u ararranl i hargtni him a Ith
, ... pla ' RUlltj bfl
and ara Mo hall fu
i... ti..- Brotherl.i ol UKwmotlvfl En*
i h u :. ? ii Murr.-i-., tha " ' the
lai boi Eipra rho arafl undi r
OOO and Hni' ?? '' Kdam Ihi
? ? .,!,- the 'iihi-r di fend inta afllli ?
arreated ba f..r.- tha rei ult of Ihe ln
qulrj a as placed on tn*"
-??
DRAFT TOPPLES FIREMEN
Hall" Do?rn KlOCktd Unconscious by
Explosion at Blazc.
w i,ii. .. aajuad of tfl ta trom
tha m iil ern atreel ? tatlon araa ai ? I
i, iiidlnaa ot tln ir tenanta a
h .if doa. ii iiti-iii'-ii attached t.. Eagtne ??<
?, i, lutoa hed unconactoua bji .. I a< h
ilrafl in tha mli nn manufai Un y <n s
j..mh. .it Nn 13 '<> IS Croah} atreet,
which caoght Mr-- a\iitt.a- ..it.-r mMnlahl
BfTorti io chech lhe Bamea
| r* .-|.. rain, and the d image to buildln i
and itoca la .-tim..f.i i" D<.'
Battalioi fhlel Pellem had led rl
Into tha burRlni hulhllna and had
rea< hed lha Ihlrd t!.*, arhen Ihen
an . tploalon, and even man araa ana
ti,,t i.- a bi i'i of Rama Hia .iraft 11. a
,,.,! arlndon and pai lltlona, and aa i
nf the men were badlj cut by fljiing *-?! ia
' ?s the) la) helpleaa on the n-.-.r Pallon
tir.ni. ii reacued them from the bulldlng,
.,,;,! ,,ii arere reelved later la tha i-tn-.t.
j By tha time Chlel Kenlon had arrtva >i
i th*- flamefl had aolned auch headway thai
the tir.' Rghtera arera <iii\.-n to eonflna
theli efforta t" proteetlag nearby bulld
-U
SKULL BROKEN. S^ILL LIVE3
Woman s Vitality a Surprise to Sur
geons Husband Arrested.
m ? Man Nalaon, <>f No RS Baal IOd
atreet, arhoaa rdrall araa ahattered on Bal
nlghl "itll I* ih.tiroii in a quarrel
arith her huaband, araa BtlB allea ln Leaa*
non ii.?i.iini in*-' night Har huaband,'
John Nehaon, returned lo lha apartment
laat ni^hi ..i"i ?;i'' arraatad. He had
ahaved off in*. nuatacha, apparentl) arith
the int.-nt to iiisKni*-.- iii** appearanca it
la conaldered a aaanral at th*> aeaadtal
thal the aroman ahould ba allea ll a ia
aald tiiaat th.uplfl had bad a violonl
quarrel ln their homa Baturda) nlghl
Barller In tha aronins Ihejr a*Mit th*?ir'
four chlldren to a moelng plctora -Iuh\.
Tha . iii'ii.ii. thfl oldoal <>f whon la
fourteen. returned to thetr homa al i<*:.'?>
.,. loch and found tha <i<?.r ..f ih.* Bat
in. k.-.i They arenl to the roar an.i
cllmbed ii"' Bra eact^pa vYhea Ihoy
ni.-hi .i ih.-ir Boor th. \ heard aoma ona
froanlna and they called tha lanit.n- fffa
opened th<> n.it arith a *-krii-inn k< >? aad
found Mt-u Melaoo ln a critlcal .-on.iitlnn.
BIAID FOR FULL IH.
Court Procedure at Fault for
Crowded Tombs, Judge Holds.
MUCH TIME IS WASTED
Only Relief. Says Swann, Is Law
Simplifying Criminal Code
and Rules of Evidence.
.lu.lije l-fldwaril Swann. who returned
from bla -a. atlon reaterdajr to take Judge
IToeter'a place ln Qeneral Beaaiona, bbM
that th" real eattea of tha congeatlon ln
tha Tomba was tha antlajuated lagal p> ?
cedure '? ***** ln lhP ***? *-l"'lnK thft
coming vi.u Judga Bwana Intenda to puab
amendmenta te tin- Coda ef CHmlnal
Procedure whlch, ha bellevaa, wttl ao
?tmpUfy crtmlnal trtala without worklng
injuatice to tha defeitdante tbat "New
Vork juetlce'' 44 Hl ba nn famous as
?New Jeraey "tietice."
a eaae before Judga Barann yeaterday
azempllfled ona method of waatlng time ln
,, criminal caae Oeorge Newton Clarke.
? negro, waa charged arlth btgamy. Hla
counael, M B. Duffy. woajld n* conceda
tha vaiHiitv of Clarke'a Bral rnarrlage bat
i,,:,! charlea P Beetwlck. Aaatataal Dk>
trict Attoiiu-v. tn hi'* proofa. In . ona. -
Buaanca Mr. Boatwlck called aa witneaaea
oll thoae who had rigned the appllcatlon
marriage llcenae, offlclala ol tl ??
Ucenea Bureau and handwritlng aaperta
When tha proof wea ln Mr. Duffy. ?.<>?
holdlng to hbi rtghta under the law. an?
nounced that the defence had never quea
t|onod ih.. vair.lity of tha Brat mnirnM*
11,. aaked the court to Inatru. I tl
that the defendant waa merely exerdalng
h.s privUege In holdli i ecutlon lo
,.. proof and that the productlon of tbat
I.i waa not to ba taki i
i |alm of the defenc. Ju Iga Bwann
waa nol Bnlahed when
g-aann rtjeurned at . ?
i arke baa be. n In
Judge Bwann, wblla ? xp.a.
, ,, ,,.... rj i o oi ln on aa ta tba me. I
the ? ? ?? before blm, did i.' ? '
waa typii al of ihe di I "" |
. . t iaa
? ti." defendai t." he aal. ?' be j
. .: to diaclo
11
withiii th.
deflned laaue, aad tbe
I M .,, | . queetlbn whl. h
.,.,,,, ,,, I. fence wlthln the
Thla
mea unm
burdena the mlnda of th. |
with matterfl whlch hava I
? ..., um, whal torna out ?
latea I
^ ... the judgea ?
.
? io gel at th
? . ? ?.-.?? : ot tt."
two man
writ ln? . peri the defen lant not ed
-
.. atti r which ..?????i nol have
? ? itea, I
,? i Mandlj r.
. . . ., enlal of thi
Igl
?Whal luatlce won there bi
? ?
e ma b<
. ear cut and conl
the real def<
? ti,, ? -..Urp muft be , rowded
?nd thi ? Itj prifl.rowded ao
-rlcal method la conth m a
; aii of tha Diatricl At
i nlght
. ir them. Belief can be c*
. through thi -
rlmi
?e of at Idei ?
LOSER ON BID ACCUSED
Witness in Ellis Island Food
Probe Called a Perjurer.
,,.., oi ? prindpel w|tn< -?
Uoi thal I
,,i for ti,.. Irr.mlgranU at tSllla laland i a**
'?" ?**
FriU '
f.ji bidder t ??? the i on
chalrman li ghi ol tl ? i '?? ' **"'in
commlaalon, In iddreeetnf oavaaal foe lha
unauccaoaful btddere, *atd:
-i? vir-w of tho nUtemenl mad*> hy
you on Baturday thal ron wooM nat perf
mit your cllent, Trlta ?'?'''???'?"?? ? ??
on th*- Btand to teottfy t<- an afflda lt. In
whlcb ha awore that thera w*-.-o.go Judg
menta HK?inat him. tho commtaalon ra-.
ruaaa to bear any further trstimony from
bla. Ha now atand. bafora lha eoarwla.
slon as a parjnrer."
a Btatemenl from thr tltle **^?"***
and Truat Company araa t.ied arith tho
commhailon nhowing that when Ltodin?Ter
mad.' a tender for tha Bllla laland con?
tra* thera nere ne fawar than turerre
Ridgmenta recorded agalnat blm. it ***
aaaerted thal there araa a federal atatute
which mahea Llndlnger'a action a feloiOM
Kritz Undtnger aayB that tha eonuntnt
of Chairman Hughea that Undlnger
?now stands before tha commlaalon aa i
perjurer'' mav mlelead thooa arho do aot
know all lh? drcumataneefl The oAnAurn
waa drawn by Henry D. Herebant
eounael for Tboodora Klcke, from M
given tn him by phone or on looaa
of paper by Mr. Undlnger, Mr Llndln
?or aaya ha araa nol aarara untll about
ten daya ago that tha eJBdavll aald Uial
thera arera no Judgmantt agalnat alm.
-? >
SMITHAIDS WRECKED BANK
Treasurer, Out on Bail, Helps
Examiners at Newark.
Prlendahlp for lha makera ot chacka
and aotea found in tha Inetltutlon'a raulta
ittributed aa tha cauae for much of
tho Rnandal entanglement of the wroched
Roflevlllc Tru?t Comfnany, of Nearark. ln
;1 brlef Btatemenl by Raymond B. Bmlth,
the flecigtory and treaaurer, wbo iurren
dered hlmaelf Baturday and waa releaaad
under nMOO ball yeeterday
.\n i... promieed when he a i aavad
from Rotng to ? cell. Bmlth nppeared il
the bnnh yeaterday tn help the banh ea*
amlnera in tl ? li eBTorU to itralghten o it
the muddle H< araa IheVe bul ?< tow
n inutea when I i araa aummoned ta
. tr, 11| ?? .. nea bond for Wfi.000
furnlahed by ofBa Ial I ??"*
Ith then returned to lus ta^k
tn tha bank
> ?
??AL"ADAMS'SS0N''8/i0KE"
Much of $31,000 for Gambling.
Says "Policy Kings" Kin.
wi'-. r Adama of No -'.
avenue, >-<>n of "Al" Adama, known hr
Ir rs dl Bth ns tha "poM. v Kint;** of
\. -.v rork, flled ? volun! ? tlon la
bankrupl
-
^t... k tr
il. aa heduled Ua lltlea of BU
1250 and ili ? ?? ' '
forl
| . ,, n,.-i. atnrk lr..k-r-. of No -l tt'all
-...,. \ Rothateln !
forn
,.f n.. fl Broad '
- ro br. ??? - ??' %t" ;" w
. .1 .- Jotirp. Ol ''
. t... '
?--)
PARDEE IN MORE TROUBLE
Second Wife of Railroad Man's
Son Wants Separation.
Dwighl W Par*
dee. aecrel f the N i Vork Cenl I
Bj Hudson '? ? 'in,i :tI1 ?'
ant ll
cultlea arith hla ? "' i:.'.'
? ? .. ? 11." .4
.. front bla I ral wife the
... .. ? ? -i from i
-
rat wife ?? (1
.; rl. with arhom he
meetlna her ln a ' :'",:-;
T1,. ..,,, ||ra Pardeai lefl the -
man t...r I ' "ld' WltWn
twenty daya afl marriage, and
?xatlon. A
obtained ..
,l,v,,r. ? on ? rlda na fl which al i
MrJ ,. i:..,,.. ,,... ? ? Haltfaa ?
?
EARL & WILSON
SHIRTS
$1.50 to $10
Special s
RED-MAIN LABEL-S..50
IROQDOiS M $2.50
Unusual Fit
and Service
Makers of Red-Mari Collars
AMUSEMENTS.
IM1PRQ!
1,1 uia.] I?val -.t'-H Evb.8
l , h.i..il tr. I .f.itrii 1 L.il.r.i.lor.
' Klre I nal*? "
A-M-E-R-I-C-A
..wi Itoraaa ... la llanfl PiuBaglag Auto
Mih. fltrainer tlirou-fh tl ? I*" ??'? ' ' ?? '?'?
44th STREET IV -
$1.00 MATINEE TO-MORROW
I'on 1 * a ???-? Mulil- glJBl M.il*. W.tl A-ut M
JOSEPH SANTLEY i?
WHEN DRLAMS COMI IKlt
wlth MAI VOKKH,
lOTU CT TlTlS v . -I"-: EbbI of ll aVB)
fo I II M ? Bi i t 13 Mta Thur .vs.it ,2 l
KISS ME QUICK
IffSt ' HOPPER"'.?. LIEBER AUGUSTIN
. ., ,; ,, Ma. r ii lan? aml Bupprlatlvi iai
ni IVUnilCC 48.h, i: of B'wav. Evp B:20
PLATHUUot 4i ... M nn... Teni'w, 2 20
THE FAMILY CUPBOARD
eltinqe u?M^U;::i"^>',!,,:^:
WITHIN THE LAW
wm, JASB < OWh a< M \r.V TURNER
intlPlPDC I* Kl w "f H'W*J Eva. ** -'"
LUNuAUKt ,.,,,, m.,i Tom'w., ;."<? togl ..'i
M tt \<)HK'M AllETaE
t.iti ii kstm i.i;-*-.. l-a.la#.a^-IUiJLa
nnriT nth ?i * nt B*j TH Bn ? >??
rflRT*-- /l*urettetayl?r
UU ll I only. -' -'" I'l'H. i?' Ml HRART."
DtlVll 1 ''I'* 'r"'" I ?'' ' ? '"' ''? '' "' ,;'"'''
nlllAL Bi s la.Mta.Wea.a8al Malt-eaa
'?BUNTY PULLS THE STRINGS"
IPfll fltllll imi-ii.i itiiipiiiiin. Qtaa E4*
vULUfllBL HMi.lv Revae, Harrj. Thaa
Dally*Mai ?-?'.?? Plrturep. B.UOoldberB.o.*-a.
CoiiMiill. tTwai g ITlti iu Bl ..MU 'I
MOLLIE WILLIAMS MKnT )"V..
aCTfiB BvarjrDaj lncl.Bon.,1 rnea *0.2***AOr
n 1., ' .... ,. I'hoto Plar. UUU IBUIO ?
AMUSEMENTS.
WINTER GARDENE ,ftfi?Vio*
THE PASSING SHOW OF 1913
i.'.Mli Ut. I bea. - ? ? Mai n i $] 50.
BELIEVE ME, XANTIPPE
.li.lm ll.irr, miirr ? Miar' Iimiiik.
pnUCnV Hai Bt., 1-: of B'aaa) Mrv. ;,1U4.
HER OWN MONEY &
M.iiih iiinii a?i' II." Ev?.A*4lfll.Bfll . a
B.-JB THEOLDHOMESUAO!,^,',
l-1\ i: WEEK : M. IN . IBP r SS,
li SOTHERN ;,Vi\ MARLOWE
PIR8T W BBK Ml u. .-k. exca p4 Wad, Mei
"Mui li .v.l.. aboajl Nothlnn". Wed Moi .
"ir i Wera Klnc." i Mlm Marlowa ?
pear In all playa flicepi "lf i xx >r. Klna.")
Prteea Ma ;.?? |l |1 ... geaunow enaale.
LYRIC ' SAT. NIGHT, ;::
PAI i. IRMSTRONO'H Ne-a DramalH. ita
THE ESCAPE ttr.
PAUCE
B'WB) A 17th Bl
i'.XII.I MATINEE
l-:.. ?? -j;.. ta $1 BO
NORA BAYFS Uliiir ?ldrld*-fl m. r
NANCE ONEIL " <-"" ui) m i-r.?...,.
Tur urccrit-c Sow'?rd * lUfllg, ll. II.
THE UESSEMS Hathaway. othera
\iiii Mniiiin Pteterea ??r iitarr.v Thu?.
BELASCO %^&lSffi&SS
The Temperamental Journey
with i... Dltrlrhfltaln and Notabl? Cai
?_._!> 1UIM hoi BB. I| ll K*aT. n: n i.
MatlnaMA Wed i Ral - P. M., Nlahlfl ..t s
\n Thl? Waab, **All?A." la Bnallah.
\.?i M.in Mk'H. "AIIIA" Iii Ii.m.ih
\\... u it, a Tu.s. >.,?. 23rd "OIOCOMDA."
Hniiiiii*Tatrlai'a. Ul) M' - ? ?.' ? Ea .". $1 '..i
KtV Ttw ;;.::;:? I All New Bill
5tu aur BTwa) Dlghy tttA a to.. rr,,nu I
lll Hffla BBlh 81 I i.ititrt., .lulir Klai-_( ...
1M> Mta.it BOfl |_ IUk lurnlt.il Hlll.
*-***-cx
?-**> ^
"PtrP-as ?hn? aYtllctl *4Bl ' - - wlid '.>????
That'i .ill slraws are #ood
for now.
Derby Time!
We'lT licadi'iinrtcrs fnr
Stctsons.
(omph'tc stock of new Fall
blocks ready now.
The "S t <? t s o n Special"
Derby, which we alone scll in
New York $5.
The Stctson "Senii-Klexi
hlc" our own idea and con*
fined exclusively to u>* **.
The "R. P. Special" Derby
made of real nutria fur?
$6.
Hosts of Stctson snft hats
too, from *:,..>.) to $12.
Chilly these Fall mominjn!
How aboul a light over*
coat i
New modela ready now.
(tot your Fall suit'.
ROGERS PECT C*?MPA\Y,
Three Broadway Storei
Bl
g|
al
Warren St. 13th St. ,*4th St
7#
la? &0&4%ridtel
The Men's Big Store
Men's Furnishings, Hats, Shoet
$1.50 Walking Gloves, 98c
tgaata ... iii.|...rt..i *.um.
(iray, htaede,' banaa-la, i appakla in'l Kid !
Fall Underwear,
Direct from the Miil
A Th.rd Saved I
Ribbed Balbriggan. 49c
Cooper's Oerby ribbed.
79c. worth $1.50
Light Weight Wool, 98c a
Sweater Coats. S2.98
lo $5.00
j 400 Fancy Veata, $1.98 & $2.98
A m'f'r'm oif/o -all branJ n?W_J
AMUSEMENTS.
M \\ VOKK'H It ll'IM. UlliTKi
ErVPiRE
inun nPLcwaf MtiH auo
Ckill'.KION im
T t*-?
fl^- x-' '
T - * .r
WILLIAM COLLIER
WHOS WHO?
. ,, ? ? fraaaV
CARRICK
FANNIE WARD
MADAM PRESIDENT
KM. Kl BBO. Kl li I* \% 14 ?MH? Bt
-1 Wl | I IMI
II . I \ KASIII BBOT4 la ?l,h
THE SUNSHIME GIRL ' ^U
V M \ i MOXDA1. ,l->.,
DONALD BRIAS
y A 4.1 ' M!
i ir-i Tam. ned Mai '""''Vdii*
"COMPLETE RICHARD itRLE
SUCCESS" - N HATTIE "AILLlw
in Tha ga-aaaaa'a .???? M."' ' ?*2ff"'
THE DOLL CIRL
FULTON
IAST , RICHARD BENMETT
V.m.s jn DAMAGED G000S
GLOBE
\ |. fOR HKKBBB1
M \> ' KHPIKi I*
NEW AMSTEROAM ..u
CHR1STIE MACDONALD
SWEETHEARTS
LIBERTY,;.ftSS
Ih.. Da K-w-ii oi'i-rn Va. ' . *
opcetc |
abott ROB ROY ***??
DeAngalu
' V/COHAN'S
IM.I'l UiB .... ... Bl M MU TO*"*
POIASH & PLKLVIITER
iBIIETVM.a in .
0111 I I "1* ' " ? ??* ? _M . i
u ?). BRfCI M ?? >>* .lir**ti
lBi^C1?AN.UtCHir*x,HlTt^.
GRAND;,;', -?.,;,?.
HUDSON
M \TI\KI. tOM'Vi t
Hanr* B Hai ,.,.,.iit?
THE
G
H
r,v n.W \HY> VKI! 1 t*k
THE MOSTTALKED
OF PLAY IN TOWN

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