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HENNESSY TRIO
TO FIGHT TIGER
Antisdale and (iibboney
Picked by IMcAdoo to
Break 1 amniany.
MALONE I EFT OUT
OF COMBINATION
Wilson Directed Selection of
"Big ;V P. D. Roosevelt to
Nun for Sen.t
- ? .-.unce
huno Thur-riay. formal
? laj bj
would run
? c nom
? g primario*..
" ;?* made
<-?? as a
??.ati?i*i for
l'ait Senator.
? a new
htr or
Hall. It will
? maries
ice? of l?rc: Murphy
on.
? m conibma
.rmatioii obi
? ter, a-id Stuart (.i.
ney.
Dudley Field Malone. t'ollrctor of the
Pert
<'ount>
?
on that ho could
mal politic?.
"I a??, not coin-: ?o harr anything to
? ? ituation,"
gee all the work 1 can
*
? -ation
.oked to Collector Malon.
? tnti-Tammai
that he would bo able to accom
thc h H of the
-
i? admin*
?
?? partner in
\fter a
?'boney took
?erted lui
? would
mtage of tl
pub! -lace, it
i .-id the inde
ero working
?
bboney-Hei
affected.
andidary is
? or Glynn -
? mination to
for a renomina
' i>emocrat argued last nicht that
? out. Hani ? 'an ex
arrying the pri
| iment went,
. .. the election
of 1! uld do all he could to
.'ion of
publican ticket.
?
nek of
and the combination I with
?
combination not
?
?
throughout tl .
Scellent chance of cut
?i on il e county eommitt?
ndaga and Weit*
ch>
?,'Urpo*te.? of di?iribution of federal
patronage and organization th?
divided parti?,
handle
entrai and western count:.
look aftci
; Mr. (iibboney is to
. devot?
diaenai his
plant? in detail la.-t night, but
a fe?? days.
Mr. Schneider, who was lefl out of
I
? ! that Amha*^ad?>r Jumo?? W, (.er?
ar? was 11 c ation.
un F.
rnb?. chairman of the
ith the
\nr\. nor Oljmn,
urging McCoxnl come out aa
a candidate foi th? Gubei
nation. He >ia*- i iraged them,
decided
ter th?- n
?trice.
? s
F. D. ROOSEVELT
SEEKS SENATORSHIP
\ssistant Secretar) O? Navy
Nnriounces ( andidacy After
talk uith Osborn.
?
IU , ? ranklin D.
of the
to-day
it on for
?
!
formal Itat?
.led the ration about
i i mal announce
i have
I
' .
? ?
e State
of ret,
? . ?
. make I "iplete
?aid thai
mi Oaborn ol ;
taTBtten, bu" did
ided tha' he had no ktio\?l
r Secreta-,
**A illii ir. Oeborn
? him. Me
??id that h? ' 'lain "leave !
*i?hoiit firij" for abou* throe weak?i
to conduct an active^iupuigo through- ]
amt th? atat-a.
FIGHT T. R. VENUE CHANGE
Lawyers Sure Fair Jury Can
Be Found in Orange.
made I
? arme i
*
'
bet?? eon
v ' ounty,
. ?
Colonel, ga
...1 In
? > ad
?'to.
*? r>ly the at*?irnc , plain?
tiff, h "ore
of th< known eaa?
??Inch the
**1? i? Impossible to eoneeivs that in
so larre n .
Ined t.. try
a eau? an individual ?01
T. R. READY TO SPEAK
Will Start on Tour of New
England To-morrow.
? '
public i peechms ? i ? : Roo i
? isl of
? ?
1 on a El (land
If his larynx come?* back to It
form, the Colonel will probably Mump
?ui.tr?' in Congressional cam*
Roosevelt ???!' leave Sagamore
Hill and crosi th.? Sound t.. St?i
tonn. He will attend a rally at
ght.
Sand motor with * r ?
and Monda*. Mi Roosevelt will
tops includ?
?
REPUBLICANS LOOK
FOR HINMAN ROW
Fight Fxpected on Move
to Bar Nominations
from Floor.
Word reached thia city last night
that the delegates to the Republican
S?atc . .me County,
..r of Harvey D. Hiaman
eted to pr? ? to the
ntion and ask ndorsement
ad reache.; I keep
all such discussion fi Hoar of
troduce S resolution barm |
?
.'it on
? ? on.
ho have h> ?hap
ing tl ? tlons in the
acknowledge that almost
?myth" ? happen at I
ear.
ga, and for a
?me have maintained that the
question should be submitted to ?
ular r? ? tatemen, of
? '?*> ?man on tl ?
question. Representatives of the ;
Women's Political Union have called at .
' get him on record. 11.
yesterday he was sorry he was out, but
the foregoing is ??'hat he w'ould bai I
said to them.
Samuel S. KoeniR, president of the
Republican County Committee, said last
?hat he did not know what the
ation would de I per
lly he was *
der for the United St it It if?
understood that a majority of the lead?
?
It il understood that Chairman '
Barn? 'hat the Republicans
.
at-large to the
' tutional convention, bat
overruled on the jrround that it ?
to put any Democra
? publican slate.
CITIZENS UNION
TAGS LAWMAKERS
Committee Reports OR Brook
lyn. Queens and Richmond
Assemblymen.
Of the
? ??rila? completed
its analysis of the records
legislators from greater Mew Vor?-,
??hen it took up the Assemblymen from
: n, Queetis and Riehmond
Many are stamped M "record of
bad" or "introduced objectionable leg?
islation," ai in ? ? ?? \ss..i,ill's -
men from Ot , nd Senators
from the entire city.
Brooklyn ? *< mblj men snd the
ens Union's valuation of thorn fol?
i low:
MeQulsl
bad
. -?? K.
' ?' . '' ' |
'
? "lia ? ?ood. Repul
lent -.
' lagtalat
-
??? '. ' ?? ? ? . . pre* i
?
tant measun
?.111-.
?A .1 M '.
?
'
'
I
' ? ter pa)
?
?
'us un*
? ?enable
game, j?
i
Uli!
-
vm.'H front Qnecni
?
? |.| of
'
I future
??f Staten Island's only Assembly*
man. Calvin It. Van Nam.-, Democrat,
was ?aid:
Diligent -lid atiei ? .I?
bad record of vote? In A??euiS>??. Introduced
?in iinoortAM ItmtateAtou.
NEW REVOLUTION
THREATENS MEXI
Villa, Maytorena and '
lasco Said to Mav
Formed Coalition.
CARBAJAL ARMY AN
CABINET IN FLIG
i Obregoi and ItvrMtfc S
Peace Pad al Behest of Wa
inpton Army Surrenders
? ?
1 rase, U . Keg. It. A new
tie r? r.?rs to I
eitarted in Mexico bj
>3eneral Vtiia In
I huahua and eCoahuila ai-.l r.f Qoee
reaa ia 801 the l-'erl
? 1 Ice under ?
eral Velas.' of War In
I ?
?
? I militari liirtatorsluv
?
I ?redo, the ? arrt
. ommander,
1 seisur? for \ ilia.
rawal of (?enera! Obregon'a a
from .?-. , .- .. Maytorena
larjrcr force.
Villa hold? the states of I
and Coahuila. There
rati7-a troops in either -tat?. I
? 1 circulated
? bal Villa h 11 reached
? 1 anil
oi . ? . - ' eh the Federal ai
? ? ? ico and the foi ? ?
? together a|
Villa ?ending ?all
? General Vel?
t.. dri
capital, hut holding safely V> th? '
ntory which he controli in the N01
? ' .
'". Stil! IM OT1
Villa'
I In departure of ? srbajsl and
?? ?thdrawal of
?
? is claimed, !??r (??
- to hold his army tofcother Ui
Villa eati assist in the effort to
1 capital.
1 -.
? ?I peace pa? i bl
and Eduardo Fturbide, ??oven
?
forms the basis ander which the ('?
nalisti a ill enter th?- capital
? rille-? egOl
and property of ci
?lai and pi
e, acefnl oceti]
was drawn up at the rer;,;.
?{ton, whi
ea the Un- il ion ht
that this was absolutely
? ? arranza, ehief ><? ti
tutiom
. any document ?eying uncon?
.-'?-? of 1
coniiuerite? army. After an B
on, however.
? .i, andar whl
1 ibtogon egnsd for the ? ?1
?
The Federal forces nro ?till ??-cup
?utitlam. To*nigh! G4
-.- ? ?. -
Ht theii head, leaned ? proclamation
wonld 1
? c doty,
? ? ary, a- furth
fighting undoubtedly would I
awakened th
rnoriiiiiR th? ? 1 re empty, 1I
: and the pt
Presiden! h well ai th?
hers of hi
? ?Carbahal left tin ?
ebound for Vera < .ras i
8 : l G a. m.
Me left a manifi
had done hi
Capacity to save the
'
ful overtures had been met on tl
the eeConatitutionalial
eompromiaing .lciiian.ii. for an uncot
ditioiial suri.
Two paths lay before him. he a.
^ht or to accede t.,
tutionalists. i ndei
President claimed that his egovor
could no longer i
I'r, ;?
triuniphant "Conctitutionali?! a?iny i
the ?capital ere under way. A ?-?.n
mittee, Consisting of Senators -,
-?? thi old Madero ?
been appointed ta ? ral Ca?
rants ss he ont? Businei
? ? hal ?? V>< . ? ? tad to der
orate, and ? i Tangen !.. .
made for women to .strew tin- ?path ?
the incoming arm) wi'h Ho
When the Constitutional: '
the city they will lind 1?
motley, arms or ammunition. A
al to-da
.? inch WOI '
with guns, cartridge? and shells
re empty.
although the destination of tl I
eral army was carefully Ruarded, it i
'
\ elasCO, M e\ nr, heads the re
11... -
?or Lujan, es-Ministei of the in
,,kc .1 l,,,rrie.l trip t
\N eaahington. I h? pu ? ti :
,1 known. Presiden! Carabajs
and )ii- oilier f.? ,mi n
? '
. AUR. IS. I he
provisional Presiden! oi M
? a.ial. arrived her.
train thi., evening.
AMERICANS MAKE
PROTEST IN LONDON
Passengers on Prin/ Adalber
Tell Embassy They Were III
Used After Capture.
?
I M don, Aug. IS. The?,?lore '
of Philadelphia, wl.
if P? I Wil mi and
a graduate o? Prii
?
with a liu
th? Hamburg-An
I
bj th? t(' logtisl I, in Fal
harbor.
Mr. I I rib
? nt to .jn>, s,,,,| th?
rtually
111 .?a
' ion, aied fe. ? 1,1? "1
.
. Brit?
' <\ aboard to k. ?
?
. plac? ?I und? 1 . 1 lion
.?
??
War Delays Port Celebration.
rhe'tarcentener) Mobration m com
iiii-morat ion of the anliv ersary of ehar
I tetad commerce si f',r ?port of Nea
has beeu po.-"t? tie?! on account
of the war. * I
PRISONER IN FRENZ
On Trift] lor Kidnapping. H
Daughter Is Hurt
f:..'"In. accused
?
II .?p.?**1 II'
cm. ?
?he si ? Itfl ?"oi s
.'iphtcr. ?? ho bs I
\v> n th? . erraad ???
plained to R ?
fret
. head apum?-*
Judge ' r'^"' hod
tor ai the prisonei n?-r
??if.
1 hi | earned hit
. harried bac
_
BABY BORN *WITH TEE
Daughter of Mt. Vernon C
pi? Has Two Lower Incise
in the
thel Knoep] i
Mr. and M r I'red W I
West !
?
Dr, I teeth
: : ?, ? and as
pad n*? th???> of ? . I
? Id. So ' ? lid to I
POLICE "PEG POST'
SYSTEM TO EF
2.500 Additional Patr
men To Be Available f<
General Distribution.
? i. r ?.? ,\?, ? i.,.? <\..
stitutio Department,
bane el ?*eary man on the force,
be abolished by order of Police C
n was learned :
lartei I ha sj ?
hi Rhinelander v
? ? oner <?>!
lice und? r Ma) or Gaj noi
of hii ' " sdn
?
he predict'?.I that it would prn'.i
ill?.
.! study of the "
missioner ??? ooda
cid? d j estei da ?
?
ing crime. Durii .
layor Mitehe!,
rd ". Ith Mr. H so?
By the al
r \\ oodl ??'ill have L\
additional policemen to
throughout the city for other wo
I for mi
Policen,in in ma
ly iii the outlying
Oy a tn c
the members of the Police M?-pa
men I rep ?rtei
The Tribune apprised them o
poaed ehang? ' of th?
fared ? bearable hnrHshi
they said, especially daring eeldweal
er, whfl
( middle of t
street, where the full force of wii
ram. snow and lleet struck thrni.
WOMEN MAP CITY
AS PEACE CROS
Parade Committee Arranges f?
I onnation Black and
White Color Scheme.
The " parade eomml
'.? and ''in
York Cil
bolie of the ' >?r brin|
The upright of thii cross is Fifth a
the arms are 84th ?t., aaal and v?e
The pur,...-c of thi? arrangemenl is f.
nienec in formation.
All women living tiortheat?t of "1
Si, and Fifth av. who are willing
march for peace on Au)
. to be m East 66th st and Ka
67th st. promptly al 3:80 o'clock. A
Ihring northweat of 34th vt. and Fifi
av. will fall m ?i' Weal 66th st. at
Weal 671 I living southeast <
It and Fifth av. will fall in i
th st A
living southwest of 84th it and Fifi
av. ??ill fall in al West 66th it u
-t
Brooklyn women will fall in on Ka1
68d st, those fi and in Wet
.'..'id ? and all from points eutsid
ter ?en forl In I2d it, east an
The parade will start from 69th s
m 1:30 o'elock. Black and white wl
be th" color scheme black for mouri
ing. White foi peace.
The plati of requesting all marche?
to dreaa in Mac I Mida as in
practical, bac?n i some women don
poi ? blac -' Howeier, the
are requested to .-.ear black if the ea
or else white dreaaes with black band
on th?? let? arm.
Mrs. Henrj Villard, the chairmar
?aid thai she would nnnounc
her iub-committees to-day. Georg
Postei Peabodj will head the ftnanc
? ..in" the new oftie
at 26 ' lonated by th
? the building, and the o flic
is equipped free of eharga bj a Net
York Arm, bul there are other expense
and money will be needed.
| of the committee
Will be at ihe ?'? I daOfldl
afternoon at .'1 o !
"Are You My Wife?" Opens
g H ranch. N. J.. Aui*. 1". R0
V ' Wife ?" v ,
? Iwaj 1 heat re to
The piece i" founded on Ma
'?el. Mr. Atwel
.
The Company include:? Florenci
Fisher, Edwin Mordant. Pletcher Har
rey. 11 an .rge I
Well, .1. Walter W. Armin
Mar A. Bo.shell
- Walsh, Justine Johnatone am
h ?lay. The show ??til jjo t?
Ma> hortly aftci
. |
MOVIE PLOTS LURE
ENDANGERS ACTORS
Comp.tn\ Are So Lngrossed in
Work ihe\ 1 ail to Notice
Building K A tire.
Pire that through the
UtT> '"
Pora it a re o :*
than 100 persons,
? ring for the tire
esrap?'.- and tun
lay aftarn?
from
the burning building bcra of
?ear argd so
srh that th?
nol hear the erackliag of the tire nor
. nil.
The 1 holding eral a four .'or? .trurt
uie and tM llano - were en.,I,ued to the
:..|i flom Irin ? ... .
'.-. a?.?,m'i|-*rl ??. llAaOM
DENTIST VANISHES
IN AUTO MYSTE!
Black Car, 5 Men, Ble
Woman and Child il
Strange Case.
BLACK HAND CARD
ONLY CLEW LE
Rrotlier ?if Dr. Mosko.wib W?
as He Asks Police I"
lake Dp Starch.
In last evening's mosl ton :
?
i ce?e
alarm foi I?r. M
? and a brot
t., an
? home m I ?'!? Ten
The i
?
with del "lobile,
falling ihad?
e- Poll I..
? d
Von have il ful hl
woman, with blue eyes an?! a retro?
?
Pive Di Moi
fa. Mi I ? i
<-.i a i. ?ara old, according
the del Edward, '
-
in 1911, ?
rd, th? eoupl? ? si i | e.rted by
?nrri?. Moth loved the
? ;. h- M
adopted .-'..
'
larce. i
? e men and the he
tiful blonde, swung toward the f?.
house and ha!???! b) the i
All or peTactically all
other minuta. The .'
ere brushed into th
:
e&dws 11 forma?
.
son of s neighbor. Name si
of In.
memoi
i dwaetrd1 ?? orrj i the n
receive?
p .-h, ?bearing
annoiin
'
the latl . ? ho pii
i uttering fr
? 1 napper
ends "i" i< ol
v. ard, w ho eonld m laugh
i did not i.no'v ai
it all mean! Perha)
brother mighl have beetl kidnapp
i onegman,
Rreslan, left the d? n! I I iO,
?
pain '
Or. " ' wo y?i
old. w. live feet i
u-.che?
rhl ehe?
.' a blue ' The boy
ban- and sf
H his head
\t hoi boms In Fenafly last nip'
Mrs. Mo-ikowit/ ridiculed the story i
Kardinp; the alleged kidnapping 01 I
?She --.-ti?l ?he ?-?.as incl?n
to think thai ths doctor was arraniri
the adopteil h
Or Iffoaa son pro
isp.i a valuable ssl
? her, proi
? him. She said Dr
also had told her that tin? boy was
truth le . and n? t
-h.. had believed.
CROWD SEES GU!\T FIGH
Twenty Shots Fired in Stre?
Battle Due to Feud.
\ o itol battle, in which n
? twenty shorts won Arad, oeenrred ;
1 Mott anil Grs mai,y epersol
. going home from work yCeSterdl
Stefano Mar:
hito, nfety-two rears old. of 832 ?Ea
16th .-*.. fell with foui bullets in n
.
After a running titrht, during whl?
hots wire exchanged, Poiieemi
l Uphor
Quaetrone, thirty years ol? . - "
1 rrrv ?-? . v. ho wa- Tg ??.I wi|
the ?hooting of Marafa
The shooting il Mid to be the on
-. feud, ,h ting back t
? in winch more tha-i forty ?pel
1 eson? have bc?n killed or wound??!.
VOORHIS DEPLORES
AGE'S WICKEDNES?
Accused Elections Superintend
ent Says Ottice Is Great
Force for Good.
John R. Voorhis, State Superintend
? nt of elections, ehareged by th? H
Ballot Asaocisetii !uct i:
office, said at the hsarll fc' Vestorda;
that t;. ? eejoeiation had
simist out of hitn. Mr. Voorhis'? coun
.?el, I.i'sl.r .1. Tompt il :ii if 11.
, thoufht the world Wi
and rascality in all il .creas
inc.
"I don't thn I lid the ase.
Bnperintendent, "judging by >?
experience. ClOi - ttlng bolder
and the only thing whict holds then
in ieasb h the fl ?> pow
erfnl forces to ? ? offic?
?,f t??.
la one of theee. 't il on thoheel,
?it the vul ; DJ .i ?
"IVrhap.?." q |< Totnpkin?
"what you have .sec-; of I tin:an natui?
in thi? rtioin ha ..i .'"
Mr. Voorhls agreed that II had.
If. <". Kunvon, on cross examination
endeavoreii to show that Mr. Voorhil
had it) superin?
tendent- upon the requests ol
ticiar.s ud tha' their qual?
ification? ha?l teot be.-n made. The wit
d?nie?! th? ehalge, and I
I that they had a ?? ? xamina
' tion prescrib??.I h-, itatnte.
Mr. Tompk'ti- sugggated that tl
? than Mr I
of hi? law examinations.
"I?, tha' -'."" flafbeil bhck Mr. Run
?or "I -ever failed I NOUS?
ir.-.tioti in my llfs ?HIVS 000, in botany,
land I rol I take up that study."
"V. ? replied Mr.
'V' S are green enough a>
BRITISH GUNS TO
CONVOY OIL SHIPS
Cruisers Ready to Guard Stand?
ard Tank Boats in Dash
from Here to Meet.
A <i
?
ap|i..r. being planned by the
at Bayona?
wor? ig and pr??
ihf? the TeaOWaada and the W'Htellu,
dackod a' I bis Hook depot, is
, now being pushed at forced ?peed.
i Tha Tonawanda and the toatello jue
:,<? a fa?-? run tot
than aay of the other- of the flpe?.
,? the
ird i?
n
. and under mi ccort of Brit
' .?ar.
Batid ?o I
the ships m the North
Sea.
BOY KILLED IN CRASH
Ambulance (Ml Case Runs
Down and Injures Another.
.-?:.." Squar?
from St Vincent's Hospital
ran over a younger boy
and carried him hack, stifle ring from
i and internal in- '
m of ?he era
after th.
asked for a ride with
Mori ia Heinowit th at, and
? in i father lat ? n"*lv
Mum H* rifkowie, of '''"0
l'?lan?.
IH abb, twel? ?
in the crowd when the ambulance ai>
M. . , hm eked ?
i r;il ' "r depart?
...-.- idei '
KINDERGARTEN ON RIVER
Hudson Day Line Installs Story
Teilers on Robert Fulton.
i o ' ? . mothers - nd arau m
he Hudson River
Day Line baa et-gaecd two "Children's
, t ha Rob? rl Pulton. Miss
Adl Walsh and Miss Mabel Krau
perienced kindergarten teachers, will
t 1
Other? and children.
-nds" Will try to
?natil i" th? le a l<>ve for
. ? ., toi b;
? il
io have
v. rit*' ? . ' eal river ?rill al M he
; to the children.
ACTOR SHOT DEAD;
WIFE ARRESTED
Sentons Heard Quarrelling
by Negro Maid Before
Mysterious Murder.
Ha? ??.. Aug. l?. Trader?
ici R. Sea ton, pn acor, ??as shot dead
' ? anda of hi
Elm av., Bi I u? wife was
arr> ited and put into jail.
One bullet truck S"aton in the
mouth. H-" hear*.
Hre. Sea ton, a.Io? pshoot?
Ing a? will be ar?
raigned to-morrow, Sh? refuaed to
make any stiitetnent and no one ;aw
? ooting. A negro ni.''
hear.: Ag and the
a men working on the
road near by >aw the actor fall to the
.tie Payne, told the"
proaecutoi thai 'he couple often quar?
relled about the husband's alleged ;?:
iir actress in a randa?
"ich he had played.
tathoritiea have a picture of the
aetreea and hope by tracing her to
lean if hfre. Seaton's alleged jealousy
waa wall founded.
The borough marshal -aid that about
three week ago nelghbora Arad ?ho*?-,
at mid .?tract hia attention iu
the loud quarrelling of the couple.
The couple moved to BoRota about
Their home ?
their three-? ear-old son's name. The
tiled George Cohan Beaton,
after the actor, h whoae compani-M
Beaton had often played.
"STRAIGHT ROAD"
LEADS TO SHERIFF
Fine Sentiment in Publisher's
Sont?, bul Woman Accuses
Him of fraud.
"Th? Ptraight Road Is a (?teat Road.
After All."
Frederick ?, Chaae haa the publish
ghta of the long 'hat bears that
- ntin ant, bat, accoi ding to M iss
Levine, of 1262 Clay av., The
-, certam financial transactions
???Inch Chase had with her were not
baaed OB the advice Riven by the ?itle
of the ?ong.
In the corridor of the Pulitzer Ruild
mi- yesterday Chaae met Misa Levine
b) appointment. IWputy Sheriff
Donnell and Zeitner erara m hand.
They took (Tia-?c to the Sheriff's of?
fice, where the mu*<ic publisher had to
?1,000 bail in a suit for fraud
brought b] Misa Kevine, who alleges
that -ho WSJ induced by the fraudulent
representation- of ? hase to invest $1,
600 in hia enterprl i
Ifiaa Levine aid ?hase told her he.
was a ?nan of wealth, but his property
was tied up. and he needed money to
pay aingera to advertise the songs he
was publishing. She asserted he in
Pormed her he ?vas going to incorporate
the Metropolitan Music Publishing
Company and give her stock in H
he never pot the stock, although
told her he "?vould never cheat
a wonaaa."
BIDS HUSBAND GIVE
UP N?RDICAS WILL
Baldwin, Executor, Files
Copy and Gets Sub
pcefia for Young.
BANKER CUT OFF
FROM BIO hSTATE
Singers testament Says She
l!ad Given Him $400,000
Three Sisters Get Bulk.
['.ober? 8. Maldwin. one of th?
?,eorge W.
Young, known in the r?,us:?- ?..-orle! ,?<
Mme, Lillian N?rdica, Bled ? cop-.
10 th"- Surrogate ' ( <, irt -. >?-terday,
with the declara
banker, or
? riginal, bul had p
anil
i hi obtained I
??a'e "Cohela .. -?i compel Mr.
Young t.. t I?- th? or u'lnal will, and also
? -I'ca.
The opera linger ?iierl on May 10 at
the Tone, Strati Hospital, Thursday
?;. off ?he Australian coast, while
.it. H?" death ?-a? caused by
pneumonia contracted while she was
on ? steamer that went aground in the.
?lulf of Papua In December. She made
her will on January ID while 10 the
ai. Toe matron wa>. one of trie
h it tu
Mm.. ?Mordico left nothing ta b?r
husban?! from her large estate of both
real and per onal property. eShl
? had ad--aiice?l hint mop
1400,000. ' ira-.?, practically
lier entire fortune t,, her t'.r- ? I -*
"I?i prop?
erty." the will reads. "? at?, not forget?
ful of my husband. "Seorg? vV. You?ig,
oin ? have advanced over $400,
?900 in ca-?h, which 1 estimate ,.
full or mom than the full share 'e>
he might I in my es?
tate, rrver, I ? -ire that my
husband, (?sorge W. Young, .shall re
his legal portion of Stock now in
patiy." The name of the company ie>
d in the will. It is believed
that Mme. N?rdica ?lid not remember it.
Um? ee!-., expressed in her
will the desire that her body b?? ere
:orward??d t?, h it
, family. Tl M carried ...
Mr. ?? tly brought tht
??a York.
to tier sisters, the
primi donna telade only three hi .
Maria Masiao, "my faithful maid
for eight year-,." $.",.iit'ii?; t? E. Roma;, ne
Simmons, her secretary for
.?.ears. 130,000, and to Mrs. Ada Bald?
win, SI ,000, Tin listen, who share the
of the estate ir equal parts, aro
Mrs. Imoegene Castillo, Mr,s. Annie
Baldwin aad ?Mrs. Ions Walker. The
executor* besides Mr. Baldwin are Mr.
Young an?l V.r. Simmons.
The r??al estate consists of a farm ir.
...|-, near I'.-irr: ngt.on, Me.:
an estate at Ardsley-on-Hudaon; two
houses, ?i ami K We?t 'Jth st., her city
home; forty acres at Harmon-on-Hud
son, an estate at Deal Beach and prop
; crty at Lo:t Angeles._
FINDS RHEUMATISM
WAS SHARK'S TOOTH
Tar. Undergoing Operation,
Gets Souvenir of Fight with
South Sea Tiger.
Suffering for almo M twenty year*
. from what he thought was rheu?
I John MaeNeill, a boatman, of Hcboken.
j had his leg opened yesterday and a
I piece of shark's tooth removed. \\
I though he is sixty-two years old, h?1
hopes foon to go back to work on the
"ront.
MaeNeill wot swimming off a port in
' the West Indies when the shark at?
tacked him. He thought nothing of ?t
at the time, nor did he ever since think
to ascribe his suffering to that en
! counter. Both legs pained him and a
growth came on the right near the
Yesterday surgeons at St. Mary's
Hospital opened it.
"I thought there was something
funny about that '.eg.'' said MaeNeill
when they showed him their find.
"Every time I took a chew of tobacco
it hurt me."
_ AMUSEMENTS._
WINTER GARDEN ! Vf
PASSING SHOW OF 1914
?HUBERT Thfi. B? ?T?j IfsU '
THE THIRD PARTY ^
'<1TH STREET Theatr?. M?tle?aa T> tu'w A Wad"
TOO MANY COOKS
????fc?j " KITTY MaeKAY
Cailn?. I l' M Km? treats 2:.i\ Kn. ? 30. 15c- ?Oc.
Lut Time Thta boaogj M?ht.
Paul J. R?in?v ? 1114 African Hunt PloturM.
MANHATTAN "?&W
dfi.ISNIN?. TO-MORROW NIGHT.
PEGO* MY HEART
HOTELS AND RESTAI RANTS.
HOTELS ami RESTAI KANTS.
THF LAN?.IM?**'.
55 ht. a .*. Ase.
SHANLEY'S
Broadway?43rd to 44th Street
Superior Six-Course
Luncheon, 75c (Music)
Breakfast from 8 A. M. in Grill Room
Cabaret Extraordinaire
Twenty Acts Kvery Kvening 7toi
Restaurant also in the Shopping
Zone?Broadway 29th-30th St.
For
informal
And
Delightful
Dining.
?E
. ;.' 7*
acr
ZZZDBB
BRAWNER
ATOP THE STRAND
RKIIUlUAY AT 47X11 ST.
sr.n initk*? kkivikt im? i*r**r
RESTAURANT & BALLROOM
I MQI F KNThKrAINMK.NT
CARMELITA FERRER r, MD?K \WZ-n?.
ROSITA MANTILLA \?..i?.t?*ii hT < iiwioik iio\i?.
I\\THK>\ \MIR1H\ .im-aIk-I.
Mu?le by I Kill ?'? IS I Mil mi<l In. IIIUIIIMKV
THE DANSANT Da?y at 4 P. M.
I ii.It IMrr.'fion of M/1NM IIIH l?lol. \
BOY FATALLY HURT
BY DYNAMITE TOY
Box F xplodes in House. Injuring*
Mother and Throwing
Tenement in Panic.
A tw-?|v?*.ye?r-o!d hoy wM hj-j^j
?#ly th??. doctor? ..y he ?Tin*
"?"??" *TI** bra "'1 ?nd
burnet i ?ft-rnoon wl ?-? ? ?*?
?h ha
trat n Fing e.p
si w?. w-ahinr elo'h??
? e kitchen of her flat, on th? third
Poor .nd ?.v., wh: i ? ,.. oaj?
ion, John, played on the floor with s
ii bo*. There was an ?.?,,
and Mrs. T?nz ?.???* blown une/ir th?
tub. The boy -vas thrown fifteen Ut9
into another room.
It ii fuppoied 'hat the box of dyr.?.
rr\tr wh* left ii the h ou?? bv thu bo?N
fut ii ?r. ?vl'o had been employed br a
subway coi struction rompany until his
dtsth, ?? few montti-; ?..
??? in th? hc-jH w_a
broken bv the exp?o-,on and |*u.#
n ?orn in th*- floor ard eeilin?
A heavy table
"n w?*? sp!'?, one half
Th- rapaii ?aas heard five Mot.,
HW?y, und ?he re?,erve? of the f.t*t ?Jgth
.'ion had difficulty m handli**.? t'ne
rrowii t:iat collected, '?th?.- ???-?-?t? |_
the how?* were panic itroc- and rtjsb?>d
to the .-Tor'.
Hurrah, bo}-*?.
Vonr chance to get into
long trousers before sch-onl
opens next month.
All our boys' lnn<? trousers
suits, including those of blue
serge, marked down to on?
bargain price.
I t. 15 and 16 year old sizes,
52 were $14.00
M7 16.00
11 " IT.on
5?'? " 18-00
71 " 20.00
-1
*I0 now.
'."J.OO
All our niru's tun-piecS
suits down to luir liarsfsm
price, too.
$15.
Three-piece suits.
$15, $90 and $15.
I .ots doing iu furnishing?!.
Clean up sale of shirtv
underwear, wash scan'**, shoes
and straws
Rogers Peet Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at _t ?t
Warren St. 13th St. 34*? St.
AMUSEMENTS.
FULTON
?>_?
4t>thStA?:rWy
MatsMW?rSit??i
Evenings 820 ?
Bed inning
Io Night
DROP
INTO
WIN
BEDS
Thr.* \fw York i.e-wtln? Thratr?*
II.it*? No Drulltis? with the T) ?on ( ?.
? > ?? rtf.
Mitlr.e?. Ts-mo-re?. incl W?dn??<li> 7:1%.
\MBmm
?- -.-'.-. ... ? f.. || ...a
riEUFELO DANSE DE FOLLIES
lla.'rti Your Tab!? !" a ? .'??? ? ml
HUDSON . '*?:
rHj m mW
KNICKERBOCKER A ? .-at
a- *?lAT MON ULOBE ' ? I
'~tHeH&
MOHVi
r-n-U:.M
^COHAN'S
til AI \ SOL SA \i\V
9\ ? ?? ?? F tee t opi-rrt?. .
Wilful \ftarn.H.n A r.ruM
\JITAGRJU>H #
W \ tiuuii.v ?.N< h VN rwi.sr
99 IHK PAINTED WO?UI ____J
l-???A??H 'ittlttfW
otr3no
VIIMIIU it*.
. ?? of t?a? Mi>n.r
H?mmrr?lrln'-. U....? \ii?...-> ?: ? ? ? ?-- a ? ? "????I
A B?l-a-?.?J
COLUMBIA ,' BURLESQUE
W BERT BAKFB . I THE ?ON TOW ?IRL*
ihm im. i\-..Kt ? no*-?
The Dances of Next Winter
Ait-.
LOUIS" H. CHAL1F
Cr.du.t. ?aetltt Imfrtsl ??"?? ???????,
.._. laa.rarl ter ?-MMm* IM
I'tIi,'? flu??-? ?no ?????? *~*
?-lulu fro? T- ?
a-a a ? a?. O C ? ?*? '"'**"""? >l?',^,
LA RUSSE, -? .:,., .
?i- nuit? .VI
,,,,'.. I .. . I'll, l'I- 111? I. '?'?'? .
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