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SUE FOR $600,000
LEFT TO CHARITY
Heirs of Mrs. M. A. Murray
Want to Break Will tor
"Undue" Influence.
GOT SHARK UNDER
AN LARLILR WILL
Onl> Individual Defendant Is
U alter lieu ne. Whose Wife
I.loped with .!. I . \*<>tt. 3d.
Tsa ehsrlt i .
Usas a
n c - * . - t aid <
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Cblldi : B ety. 1 ? b Hospll
New Tork Clt M "
? e ) womi branch of th?
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Impro' ? ?? *
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loti
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oas of ths 1
tl] of th< a sua lived
,->n tl
t, whoa? t sa Blend? r |
as ti ? g that i
Ilia, aturra? to
, ? i r
proper! wll
all thi ' ? ? ' rom $80i ?
? Murrey i
.' I? . er estate 1
? i them, but In
. r . . he secret
plan*n I to i aivlng her
? nti" estai
a plali
.
? ?? M .- M ray to will,
- "undue m< and ui lue In?
fluent*?
tram? and - "
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t? her relativi el I
,,in ah? *
. i ths t:-- . ?ath 1 hi
Ime M*p Mui raj ssv?
inert thsn * I DO,. to ? 1 aritl?
Ti*?-> all? - ? '?'???- no?
? ' i ; nd mind a'hei
will, an? that "
ras lost ' er I
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WIDOW A PRISONER,
SAYS NIECE IN SUIT
Alleges That Her Aunt, Who Is 82,
dave Away Mer S10.(100
Property.
M
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the fire and
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PHOTOGRAPHERS TO
APPEAL TO MAYOR
Committee Will Protest Sunday
Arrests (.alls Work a Sab
bath Diversion.
A "??.- . of flfteei
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aw si
appohatad
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msl?Osi ISM IBM _ue?tvJ un UuaAOf, J
MRS. POLLARD TO SUE
Plans Action for Persecution in
Poison Pen" Case.
_? i. |i grapl ??. 'i lie Tribun?
i abeth, N ?' March IT. -Society
thinxxn ni" another
?:iei noon. ? mue!
Ml Pol
quitted last \x< .-i?, of xx rlting
fan . oiaon -, ? . lettei ?n
seek fur?
ther x indi? lion In thi
d thai he n ould be
? i he next f. v. daj s an a< lion
. . nal Mis.
fharlet ? who r? eel rd Ihe
?a nd
-? 4>
WOMEN EARLY AT POLLS
Less Hesitancy on Second Reg?
istration Day in Chicago.
\i Foi m? m
? . poll
i. i. ? ?
nil;
in tin
\ . ? . . .. ?
rst Wi ion n
. '
i ? ?, ? || i.? \\ si Marion i Irak?, In
ward! ???
- Itam ) "? .?s shonn In
il Du
? ? d b> vil.
In s ? ? ?
? ?- ' month.
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rvlILITANTS HURL
LEAFLETS AT KING
Papers Flutter to Queen's Shoul?
ders and His During Music
lla|l Performance.
Loi darcl Militant i
. an -Mia and unrehe i
the pros .. ? a i afon
ge and Qu ? n Mai at a i
hall performance to-day In aid of a ho?
H of th? natii
militant i " igett?
. fi ..h. the gallei i abov?
Borne ? ; he pep? floeted
the !
? _ nd Qui
Sii ? woman o
i of the in- at ' stood
at the "? ?
. ?
Mr? Pankhurat la In
: ? :?? : ?
Th? woman un-- unable to i aed fur?
nlth her S|..h a? ectlv?
clapped h;s hand "..? her mouth and she
t of the 1 eatre
? .. hard '-.hor
h\ the police ?
?'..... mill?.
agette who wai a
the M" i?
? ? ed In man'? ? lotblng
? ? reted
a suspected
?
She ss to the magistrate: "01 < ourae,
he aenti m * and
Rdd? d "I went to I hi i louse of I 'om n
in give Premier \squith or Home Secre?
ts M? K? m ' ? .' thmslilng "
WOMAN LAWYER DEAD
Famed for $42.500 Fee, Larg
est Ever Paid Her Sex.
rlegi
Mlei Mar? B. I
Miller, fort ear? old, lawyer and
? ? ? ted $4
to !" the l. ? - earned
...
Used law for
? ars.
Mi?.. ? . . , . ? , big fee for 1
? ' .' -, r. ??-?.
ernor" of Ulli
lheir ri| I? his will
Cane Rush Too Rough.
?
\V'illl-.matoxvn, M ?-. . March 17. \\ t
f th? ? ' ndred inder
? ? i : x ? ; ?? ?
? f xx Hami i 'oil? -< ' i.'").'? thai thi
? i ? ? ? : in. f- eahm? n
,?nd the sophomores had been abolished
? ? ? ? i. ,ihe ' on
... ,.-.
? . ? ? .? will asi ' ? to aid
i n ' ng '
German Graduates to Convene.
i Vmerican toclet) of O raduat? a of
eitles will 1 ? city
for three d beginning April 4
i. present
imbci of t 'i- : ? Inenl uni?
llegi of the ? ounti ;? Thi
. . xx ni. a dinner, at
whl? I . ? Marshall, the am
nd A
I "m Switzerland a 111 l"
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Army and Navy Orders;
Movements of Warships
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Washington, March 17.
ORDERS ISSUED Theee army and
? n Issued :
x rt xi x
. m. noy nnowN, r*ft
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??> ' ?KRI?*K VON .-' I1RAD1 II
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Pascado If
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COY PANTALETTES SEEN AS
SKIRTS OF FASHION SWISH
Styles for Feminine Spring at Gimbel Store I lark Back
to Directoire Period?and Grandmother's
Ra?sque Reappears for 1914. .
?a mua n In the ] tut
? -. ? n atrlped cost i
ng .1 cost me put fortl
I ? on the pan of the d? rrtgn? r t
? i.?..pt<?i si one of th?
of the spring of IH I. A*- ?? ?
st Glmbel Broth? ? i
where tti? knlckerbock?ara sppesi
the Promenade de Tollett? i *
this week, explained carefully:
"it Isn'l ?* thing b lady'd wear "ti Y\
nvenue or anywhere else Pa
did '.t to ahow a hat he ? o ? ?
No. bifurcated garment? foi wi
not Imminent, ? ? ling I
ahow. The i rest i get a to
(ht of I
b Pn met
? ttt.-. mod? ?tl; peep g a t 1 m benei
the fluffleal "f aklrts. \ sa, s I It?
pantalettes like thos? son ?? o u c a*
? e a And, apeakli | ol g\ indmothi
?snot ? ? ? ? ?? ' them in I
Promensde d.-:: T< - * [ues! Qei
dlsgulst d basqud a; not
Burning the oldtlme nan r* for ?i
d ? the real old article, buttoned do
-.*. |ust sa thi . did thin.? year? bi
The Inspiration of the ahoa
bach fuiiher than thirty jeat-?;
goea back to Vtm the Dir? ttolre peri?
The purpoee of it ii to prt ?
Ire period ia dl
day Ke for Instai ? I ox of b
i ?? worn in ' * * ' din," I
in"d? l bj Bernard Bhown here I
front, tha loi g si Bffect In I
beck, w Ith tin? the lad) ? ai l< a at
of ' oui .-?. in t ' ue Directoire 11
'I he?, t'.ere a??- t iflfleS Snd : Itl
i ?t n snd ' uffles, ballooning out
hipa, falling In cascsdea from the hips
the knees, a*, in ?he ps ' blue gown wo
with ?he pantalettes
Directoire fashion? look rsther exp?
??\e, in that they will require moi
TEACHERS TO TANGO
TO BE UP TO DAT!
Women Vote Sanction <>f Moder
Dance Is Necessary To \sk
Support for Salary Bill.
ti.? Interborough Association
Women reachers, meeting to discui
thi Boylsn Kerrigan salsry bill, unan
\ ott d last night that to k? <?
: 11 ? r. si t of Hi?* tirai they must
the tango,
Mlsi Grace Bti achan presid? nl ?
the association, apok? valiantly a
champion of the modern dan? i
"Now that the one-step, the hesita
tion .md the maxlxe ?re here," she aal I
likely that the walta and th?
III not ' om< t aa th?
I*. II.a snd th? BChotti * i * ? r . atn?
bsek ?h? i ?? are man? h irch peopl?
? ho im ? ? gl? en up th? ?t *-'.? iai affairi
? n i '?r th? ' dat" ??- hut the)
?'"? bo( reallj awful! Thej <?r?-, in fa? I
mu h like th?* folk dan? * -
Mis Btra? han SUggl nt? ,| that 'line
be goto i?! 'Ian? ing ,-,rt? r th? exhibition
a in* h *.?? di i.? given ?" th? naso? latlon'a
.*? ? ptlon ?'ti April is "f, r . ., | ...,,,,v
?I "that th, >,. .,,,?*, ,,, ,Jiin, ,.,.
aren't exel f..i ?>-, ? -., ..., ,.. ?
Th? i uggestfc n waa ? arrk d unanlmou -
i.. establlahlng a prat ? d? m for ths aa
?..,. ist lon'a r?-?? pi Ion
Oovei n??' ? Hj i ti i. ? ?? int Qovernoi
w sen? ' 9\ ii'i.Mi. r Ui Combe and Pira
? ' mmlsslon? r Adamson ha ? ilresd
promit ed i" attend,
Tha a o? latlon voted to i upon a i
I mid in? I. .itul .*-'? nil?.i - ,.f i |,, |] ?,
qualntanca i" pledge ih? t - ipporl r?-r
tue mBYiAU'KarrlgoA bin.
?han the hobble Bkirta of feat?
da;
c I?, h ixre er, one cheering Indie
lion In tbla BhOW for the man Wl
? " billa Milliner* I n'l going to ? i
ich at least, it needn't So err
.;?? R4 Polret h? de ?reed that
t ? an ordb ary veil, can bi wo
? With, bul instead of, a hat. I'o.i
show? i veil worn that way in this di
play.
The model appeals in ? marvello
te and Ma? k and yellow, .11
on the rrown of her lead Is pinned
white veil, ihe end? i"..niir>-' down tl
Maybe ?he xeii will prove r ? ??
?. re of colored \xics 1
ten in the Promenade <'.
for rhat la the ns-- of doi
. .-eri?--e or i irple 01 roae r"-? a
.h 'i then hid ng 11 under a hat
s*oi thai the hati are so large, Ihi ig
? . ? bwi al -'.'i . Iger are a so
. ?? : || . ? ? ? raw, in'i'-h adorn*
floe era and 1 ocked at an ani
4 . er the ri??ht ' it
1 ,a-i;., hata there are however. Tl
to 1 ?? g1< aned from thl 1 1
thai Directoire Influence permita almo?
Pbe silt skirt bo bel
?,?<,irv- ? .. not 4acluded. in fact, I
one pale ?,r. e?i dreve seen m the para?!
there Is a aUl thai entende?well I! Ii
' thin* that model has a xxaist 1
?
-,. ? ? are the mod?
it Brother*1 to-daj. and
grand time Afty-sts bande?me piris ai
having acting as modela. They nol onl
OUI ? ' ?rida>- they tea?ed an
tangoci But th< w al fun i ame In th
. gged up dreealng rooms behind tb
... \? hen flftj ?ala I ?irectolre ladk
? i their baequea and poffa and ru!
?.; Bwallo? tall ' oata for t'?? evi
? ... : of fifty-all bonndi b Ne?
fort glrhx
JUSTICE DINNEAN'S
WIDOW SUES AGAIN
This Time She Wants 23 Share
if Stock His Sister and
Nephew Are Holding.
Mrs Elisabeth Poy Dlnnean, widow o
I Juatice Thomas P Dlnnean, ?le? auil li
'the Supreme Court yesterday agalna
[Mi u i athertne Dlnnean and Thome? P
Dim an his later and nephew, charginj
I fraud and eoHuelon. Mra Dlnnean sal?
thai the defendanta ?xere trying to da
?ran.I her OUI Of t went > -t h r. e si
sto^k of American i.ikIu and Tractloi
, ' ompan).
1 M las Dlnnean Immediate]) Sled her an
]sx>.er, f;i> iii< mi?' waa the owner ?if th?
I atock, and that ?orne person, unknown t<
iorn<d an a-slu-mnent of th? Stock,
?making it appear that she had li in
fei red 11 to he- brother.
Mr? Dlnnean no? baa pending In the
Surrogates' Court ? piooeerijnt,- to compel
'i horn? - P Dlnnean, the m phen, .1
mlnlstrator "f the est?t", to pay her a
lustice 1 "nnean xx Iliad thai
nepl ater were to provida foi hla
? leaving the residue of hli estate
to ins slater, n< phew and the children of
i di ?d lii oth? ;
Surrogat? Powlei has <-onsii md thil
rlatoi to me? thai Mra, i Nancea muel
be provided foi before the reelduary
legateea oan gel their beguaata bul II u
the amounl to be given io the widow
? h* determined In another proceed
Ing Mra Dtaneaa aaM thai aha ??a*
wlthou! meana and wag oempelled to live
with friend became her aleter-la Ian had
"I her from the house ?rblch her
I md ha.I .ii leas? at She, i> h. id Pa>.
? ? ? ?
Must unis Not to Open Evcnines
lh<- ground iIimI lnere xxa? .
dene? "f a M?tti. i. in demand i" warrani
h.. ? p.. ? ?? Involved m reqiM Mia ; thi
1 Metropoliten Museum of .\r| and i ?
lAmerl sa M leeum of Natural Hletorj la
|bi opened ?? enlnga, the Committee on!
'?'? " atlen ol Hie Board or \i,i,,,,,,.,, ,
?juiied against the pioposltlon yrsleid_).
SUFFRAGE WORKERS
SHOCKED BY BORAH
No Voles for Women by
Constitutional Amend?
ment, He Declares.
Washington, March 17 Mtei ? rigor?
? ice of woman auffrag? In the
~. > ,?. Senator Borah, of hiaho.
ahocked auffrage advocates by dedarlni
that It waa Impossible to obtain th? rot?
ffor women by a constitutional amend
ment. Ha predloted that sftei fifteen
. rain endeavor the women would
- ...?? thsli sbandoned request for the
t her?.re the people "f th? BtStOS, bO
' :ric an smendment to the
f. dei ? oi atlt it on, they i.a?i '
themselves down aith the negro question,
the Jspanesi question snd a dosen other
? ? ' Ighl i**
"You will nevei ? ,rr? the required thlr?
nstit oi al w'tnati
* *? | . intent." asid the Sena
? -: I : i Ami ".'1
I
\ lertlngthal tha Wft?*enth Amendment,
g thi negro th? ght to vot? was a
i ai ?i a dead '* tt? "'it beii _ ?
for ? i in a ' :ii" Union,
Bet ator ? asked a hot ? ? I ? ad t
,,f the woman auffrsge amendment
noa pending foi s moment ?uppoaed th?
..- ?f the B ? ith would add - 0,000 to
ths II i of those whom they must dtafran
? i ?
The Fifteenth ?.mendment, the Benal
ngendered In a aplrlt of
11 * lallation, ? I * ??? lit that after the
flrai blush of rsti faction the North bad
connived si the Bouth'a violations of it.
it Infringed on ?tat? rights, and might
f ;? i i i a preci 'ir m r?T an amendment
dt laiing thai the right t.i hold?, r? ? ?
tat? oi attend echo? .? ni? d
i. of race or < o or.
"i have ti" dei-ire," explained tha -
"t.. ht toa th? franchise on tue
tr?. thousand Japanese on the Pacific
-, or yield up to the f?deral govern?
ment the control of the achool questions
,.? ti*.. i* ??!*"? Coast i would ount my
?.??it derelict to those great Pacific States
I und to ths framework of our government
if i were to bar? ??' ? precedent as to
who shall own properl h tha states."
Senator Borah defended the wisdom of
th? founders "f the Republic In weaving
Into the fabric of the f?deral government
tbe llamlltonian Ideas of a *-t rung central
government with the leffersonlsn Id?
il government.
Referring to a recent book bj a college
professor who Bought to show thai I' ?
fathei - wi re ": pos? d I i Intrusting l ??
government to the people, Senator Borah
?i?* 1er? d i* bad u mm h i ? ip? ci for ths
i.i: -1 thai hurled a bomb as fur the Band
that sowed aeed of anarchy under the
guise of .i college professorship.
Ans;? ering a question bj Benal >r
Thomaa Senator Borah aaid h? ?.a.- In
favor of repealing th?* Fifteenth Amend?
ment If woman auftrage could be ob
talned In no other way
Benatora Lane, Thomaa and Polndext r
apok? in favoi of the amendment No vet??
waa taken, and thi resolution win ?ome
up acain t" morrow,,
\ rescue"~s?ciety Teports
! Thousands of Persons Fed an?
Converted in 1913.
Th? twent Hi al ann tal raporl of ths
R< ? i? Bo lety, a hlch ? onducta th<- I ??
Street MMnlghl Mission In the ? lid
' ? hlness Theatre, In ? ihlaatown, wai
I sued ??????? nia?. ahoarlng thai In Uli NaV
Ml person? attended th? mtdnlghl ser
vlcss, ? ??! rsq u -t? d prayers and I IQO
professed conversion. Fourteen parsons
Iwen aavsd from burial In the Potter'a
i ,. ?. ih-? report ?aid. through the actlv?
i" of tha aoclet] In hunting up their rei
.????????. snd frteada while aooraa ??f fnnit
hes wet-.' reunited and thouaanda of pet
given f.i lodging end clothing, m
addition to Hi. thousand man worn
.n and children who were fe,i on Thanks
I l'a?
? if thlri ? ? ? ..i. h?- from fathers and
motl ? : .i i m ni ding missing ehll
dren seventeen were aucosssfullj taken
up while IM outoasl boya ?\,'i<- sent to
? i i Han hornea Th? i ? ? elpi ? f..i the
? .n' fi "m iii ?.?, irees were 111,41] i. uid
tli? rxi'cndiiui.? kit a bahMWS ct $*k1 S*J. I
ARRIVING BUYERS
Buyen arriving in New York may rep;
In this column by telephoning
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Mppei roods; J. 'ii ?
furnishing . Leonard,
fit irgi
.XI xi ,? Co.; a h gretl mil?
liner: 37 Weot '
DAYTO> Elder a Johnston ."n h y
? i. c Store m i .:
4.. ESS) IT'
r***LE\ BLAND H .,-? x
si llsi ! snager; Ne 214 Church
DANVILLE im. Em? - ' npany:
vx ;
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI? H -prlng. i' ;
: i. rugs; Xo. ?14 < "hurch
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m. .i - i \ ?? . Munn
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KAXf MU Smith, M "? I
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No ': Leona i ?.tree?
1 j \ m H B Rfl ? 'X'- Ould ? - r
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LOUISVILLE -i M Robinson, Serton Co.;
i: \x nsi .lon.- tults, li ises, car
i ?. . ? ... ! Leonor
? - ? ? ... sr ft Co. ;
.""?'?'.ne, furnishing goods; M
?A'sHlck.
i ?? r-RLEANB Da ???-? Bi >?.; W *'?
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nod
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ugh D Q x g
r- ppta? ets and
13 1 ' ' ? ' ?
- ?-i,h i Horn? Co.; O B D it Ion
Vest Md i treet.
li? iCHESTEH - Duffy, Powers Co.; M. F
O'Tool? goods, ? ?
umn . -?'? M'?s ?*?' K?
:,-.. m itl underweai . F U,
m i,.1 v
RICHMOND \'A-''o!ien Co.; XX'. perlst-ln.
carpeta end toys; No. .tro Uhureh streer.
? ? Lin li .-?> .?;? i irr <~? :
XI, ?; Power? booica; So ?U? Vourrh aveno?
Bigelo?* .?. x>. ,
i u - x?. r ri -.nit-, : Walker
1 ERRE If A i ?'i*::. D I D 0. Co
\ g . , md n?'-V-> ?
?. Mr Acl
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Miss x. Hall i
T ? ' rtun^h. leather arid
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Dm
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7, ? VE8\ ILLE ?'?:' D. G. Co.;
Miss lies' ready-to-wear
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PHILADELPH1 ' ' Broi
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Northern
BALTIMORE Hochschlld, Kohn ? Co.:
H Paid, Infants' a-.-! I Idren'i
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-;i:i ROH Pittsburgh Drjgoodi Co I
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DALLAg. T? x Uarrli Llpi R K.
di i goods, T"' Leonard Hr I -
WHEK1.INO. W - ?*io?d ,\ ?
ft, Oood, dr.?K"e'i? and Is I ? ?. ?? 'r>
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EI.AXD Harl ? He M "' ?
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i Mii.xx x; KEE n E Heller -, Co.; B K.
i . millinery and ladie?' ,r,\ to-wc
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INDIANAPOUP L B Ayrca A c< B.
Hubs i, upho1ster> ?.-"^is. rug? and carpets;
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? ,E " FYedei Ich *? Nelson; J D
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IKRON Ol ?' '- Federman, hosiery, rioxes :
... roztell.
Ti iLKI .ii.?- ? ? nder A Martin
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OXEIDA. S. V. ?!. W. Han!, milliner?. \
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BALTIMORE 11 S'ennebor-n * Co.; R
, Makovi ilem IE 3d '? ? ?
RALI MORI Ball more Bargain House; B
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LOUI ' i ' <**. . ; .
I Baker, rerhm. an; sutlnga 177 B'?
1 HILADI ' PHI x 1?. Horn ? i o I' Horn,
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IPH1LADEI PHI x ini ter ft Ce i? M
h gher pli ce sooda Xlherr
AUBTIN r. > M Kea i -? A ? .. tl
xx' Ms ?sie. hosiei end no? :
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M .'?i. . .< y xx ?
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PITTHBl ROH x-i.ui . >nson Co
i: . ? domeal Ici, prli
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1 xt.- ?' i ? x all? ?. ladles' read) ?"
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i.i ?TON Ollehr n Co n xx- gehaaohke,
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POTPnviU.r P? mi Button Hoffmai i
?' Hoffman, furnlturs sad i irpeti '?riin.i
George A. Helfert for Panama.
Panama March i: The government? ol
the United Matea and of the Republic
of Panama have agreed thai ??i-oiKe \
ii.n. i who \x.??i for ten yeara dletrlel
Governor or Enmboangn, In ihe Philip?
pine? -?haii am u? police Inatructor m
I'anaina for tlu next two jears.
DEATH OF BABY
LEADS TO RIOT
Mob of 500 Misunderstand
Mother's Cries and Threat?
en to Lynch Doctor.
SHE FEARED TO
TELL HUSBAND
Child Was Pride of father's
Heart and Seventh to Die
Before a Year Old.
Ilia indsrstaod by bar Bsighbera, a
motbei - dread t" tell her husband thst
their bab) waa ?lead led to * not last
Bight In Cambn lleni ?*? ? ? is, 'i he Bra
Dr. I.u n.- .1. F.rtaia had to he rasSIU
from hla office by the ?
U hen Napoleon A?ld?izlr.u. of Ns
Belmont avenue, The Brans
fiv? months ?Ago. hta fathsr said. ? u .?
will name him f??r the great Emperor,
for I know h? will conquer all the ene?
mies that lave taken from u? his brother?
and Bisters, he I? a fine ? MM, and he will
? ertalnly live to take care of u? In our
old a*?* and lay our bonos to rast."
Por four months little Napoleon ?m the
- parents' Uvas, snd ?verybody
Belmont avenue asction knew him
? iddOSlnsa lia?i had *-i\ other babies.
and a : bad died before r< **tebtng th?alr
first blrthdaj Bui a montai ago Napolsoa
became aickiy, and bl.'her, Mr?. Mary
Addoslna. took him to Dr. Parrara, at K?
amt relleng avei
When h<* saw him last I ig .' Df Ferrara
t!.o Ight Napoleon had Improved. He
weichen him ahd found the child ?a?
eight pounds, a betterment of two ounces
since the prevlo'.ia \'slt to the offt-re. But
a? the doctor handed the infant back to
its mother tin; ual.?y gasped and died.
Crased With grief and fear, Mrs. Addo
zlna rushed Into tlu street, ?creaming
that h.r baby wae dead. H?r neighbor?.
mistaking her cries, got the belief thai
the do? tor had killed the i iitld In an In?
stan? a mob of five hundred men and
women, as crazed as Mrs. Audoztna her?
self, Btormrd Dr. Perrara'a i ?
The women had arn ad themselves with
kitchen utensils, the n*. n srlth Ba
shove'? und ol er I I *i?!lirig and
acreamlng, they attacked ' i? doeh
the | "to come
* ind he lynched, in the mldat "f them
was Mn 1.1 dozina, tearing h?*-r ha!r an?i
ahowlng the d< ad child
Dr. ring hla life was in
? ? I to 1 polic? An auto
patrol wa | ...
i aro'ii-.d from Th? Bronx Park
tlon. 'I he p"'" men beat theti wai
thi ou t; ii the Infurist? to I
door and then .i-.. ? ? ? .
' m to? k thi
- ? ?
Mrs, ?.ddoxlna then ?
sfrsld to go home snd tell h? r I
hand that t.;.? |r -? ? ? ' : htld han i
before it? firsl birthday could
Bhs wsa ? ....
his distraction Addosli i * I
and perdaos himself. Two ? oUcetm It I
her home and ?lid their best to '-on?-".
and pat Ify the I:?I? ?
M. E. MINISTERS
CENSURE WILSON
Adopt Resolutions Against His
Meeting Dignitaries in
Catholic Church.
Telegraph to i he Ti i - '
AM'irv Park, N' ?T., March I*.?Desi ta
I ? ?ubts that I
Id ever rea? I ant ?VI son
enea
tha President's ?scrstary, the mlmsta
?>f the s^v,- Jersey Methodist Bptecopal
? psssed reeolutlon? this ?ft?r
protsstli i
agslnat what they termed "the preaump
? - ? press la put
tnikT forarard th? etslm tha? the Roman
maa 11 th? ofll i itlonof """hink
? ay
Contained ii the lesotutlons was eriti
r Pn ant " I en for extending
? o ?n. les to a fotatgn represeatatlve
within a Kotnan t'afhoiie church
The R? ?? D. C. Cobb, Of Aabury Park.
exprea belief that the resolutions
w.iiihl rot renr-h th?1 White l?oUSS thro ,?r
t* a press, and urged that they be i?nt by
the confersnee aecretary.
The Rev. Morgan J, Read, ^ho rr?
avs as much faith fa their
petti? g to the White House through th?
prssa as through ?Secretary T unulty."
T. B, Hammond, ?-?; s-vede*h.,r-o, eng
* ' that pte! ap?? t; a White MoUS*
-' ;? icbed through ?Soerstary ol
? Bryan. However, Dr i obb"a too
t on that -t copy be sent to the *.*.,..
pre\ailed
The resolutlona are in part aa foHews:
?'H? it resolvsd, That wa Iota with
iniiiir.ns of American ritlxens In adding
our prot? at : "gainst this attempt to e i
vert our national Thanksgiving Dai
fi it!val;
"And ho n resolved, That n*e will dill
te,i,-?i the sixty thouaand b
??? ?? t
ds of on * ?? ? thst 1
?irch atid *?".*?? -
the fundamentals of oui RepuM!<
that Roman CMthOlWsm and America
ism are not - - ?'* hi
"And i"' it further res ?'* ed That
the extending ?? I ? :',"-'><' ?'> I
Chief Masl?trat ' to tha n
* uM
Isnt l l
the place to extend theae co irt?
the White H
FEWER KILLED IN WRECKS
But Other Railway Accidents
Show Marked Increase.
w Bshlngton, March D nrtag I *
quartei ? od? d I ?? MM, Hl i at
?,,?? were kllla ! and I ? "? were laj-ursd
In train attcklents, .. dscreass m toon
pa , ,i with ths corn quai ter of
HU ,,f .; killed snd Ml Injured.
\n incrsass ?'f IS killed sad of i.vi? in
, ,,. i ,?.i? ahown In "other than trun -i
cldenta," Including accidents t?> smploi ?
while at win i?, the total being UAm Ml e-i
and U\7i ? InJ
Coll?dona snd derfilmsnta on steam
rallwaya numbered (.fit, The motas) lo?
amounted t" M.MP.1M,
simiii I'l.iin.'ii.i-? ?m i i - (re sr? nu.
, v, luaiv, \,,?. m,-, *,\ ?> .u,. n,,? ?hewing
ii,^ leiMi I'.iiiMin n,??. iii.-?? m Heir orna
m, m ? M,,?* Ruckle? Sautoirs, ii.u.i-. Nevk?
U.--?, ?nh Velvet Mallo??, 1'i.rl?? und liil**,
Unu. J*ii'.in??. 04- .th av?.

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