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PICK FARMER JURY
FOR SIEGEL TRIAL
Train Counts on Common
Sense of Jurors .is
Box Is tilled.
WOULD DROP CAS!
IF THEY DISAGREE
l x.imin.uion Indicates Defence
w ill i .n Alleged faults
on Vogel.
\ v . N -? '
.
h? addition
-? ryman and a factory
?
???rday.
\
*j ir| of the
?
?
'
. - llenrv
i pari
?
Macey, the
mine oper
?
rial all
I
he homely t? i
- - .
.
ly had
? '
? '
? ? I
l<
_
? one as
nnd a
?
' -
?
? I
Of his
him not tj
?
? pet pi? o* th?
.
tii
?i be ?
g the
??o., i rrob
magine n i ?11? you,
A Scotch friend reminds
us that "plaid" to a Scotch?
man means his shawl rather
(han its pattern.
We were speaking of new
plaid overcoats?if we d said
tartan?, no Scot could have
misunderstood.
The coats are made of
" through and through" S< otch
tartan??the Black Watch,
Murray, Mackenzie, Douglas
andCawdorCampbell tartans.
The cloth is made by the
Scotch mills that turn out the
kilts for the famous Scottish
regiments.
Everything men and b
wear.
Rogi us Pi et Company
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren Bt 13th St 34th St.
We'll divide.
If your business doesn't
require an entire floor?how
about par? o? on
In the new Rogers Peel
Building?41st Street and
Fifth Avenue, with ?i Alud
Street entrance.
Opposite the Public Li?
brary.
Ready January, 1915.
gente
HORACI- S. ELY A CO.
489 Fifth Avenue.
let us ci*.H them 'bi'heniian ?>Ht?' ne
,? | they will make i4'n eta
.' i I't? or? gran bofori Yoo pa* >.
good money, nn,l whin th?y eome
i!., , pro*,, t?' be ?ecnnd grade <'i
stealing undei 'hi- statute?.'
m ? r? ein .? ti lu? open I
to ?in?. .i-. . ."ir : adjourn? ?' I
ore he 'rush?',i
l iir jury, ? amp et? I ?. cone)
of i'.I?? 'ni 8a m- , farmei of Gro'
\ ? ?? ?-i. \.?
work? emplo
> ork, ' ' ' >- i . ,. ii.nl o?
, itor, \
is ilbui. ? rmei I one . I l
? o? i -n?. il. s Linener, far
. . John Perrine. nui ei
D inavtlli ; E R Gre?
V, eel ' partaj Frank Mil
er, Ml Moi ri?; ? Idward Hein i
I ,,f them are ni'
tled and ha?.?' children.
linier the pra? ui
diction thej ?rill elect their .???
, oneider t
?nj: ihr tnleamen to .1
ittomey? reveal.??! what ?,?
? ? l earl ol their .1? fen?
Ul of tl tnl? i< wen naked *
'In yi\*r ii ?hould app??ar tl
made a *'al?e ?tatement, if yon ??<*
ucted by ihr court that you wou
Idition I
had puilti nnd criminal knowl?
that beyond a ? do ibt, ??on
, baerve the Inal of tl
.??uirt and rote I ? '
'
?
v ho an ?wen
would rot? te
under these cii ea we
? ' r i i ?o paei '"??
Before the opening addreaa was? h
gun, Mr. Stanchfleld, Siegel, ehr
??-?ved that i t ion 1
I? i of tl
t? in the indietmenl it wou
to .i?? with grai
?? .- ite, and tl
I'the- th grand larceny und
mmon law . .11.riirc ? lark refus?
CONKLIN DEFIES
FAIR suffragist:
t\ - Assemblyman Challenge
f u h \\ omen to Debate
en Ballot.
?*,i K. Coi '-.. -..-. ? i .aaembl* ns
balleni
Norn,?!' d< i ? I ?? houae and Mr
rick Nathan to a ??ebate on th
for women que Conl
th these lead
?
the house'
hop to a-k wha
r the ball
?
Mr. I miriioned a Trlb
? -
? .
er which ha
? >-e th?
ither .1-. .-? i
1 i n H
threw tl ere.
'i throw down my gauntlet, a ehea|
eottoi md in
S'athai
. i-hatic.
,:id up on the platform of tha
? d con*, inc? ? ?
?
not deserve the ballot. In
er v, vers?
? s unto y...
bfitiuf. as unto th? I.nrd.'"
?'I>oi- ' r- i onklin subr-, ? her??
? ? reporter inquired.
Imitted, "sht
-. J ei I don't exp?
r. .. ad ih<
word 'obey' 1?
?
could; .?man he ?
Hut
? ?
into their
"Rut to go back t?
? to Mrs. Whitehouse and Mr?
Nathan that women don'1
vote. ?
friend?, if thej wonted
of th?
?o which I belong. I
anything about - rkinj
that. Bn1 th?
.
Ther? hur M
?.
ye?, I know M
talk Germ in to hi i ant th?
rote ? 01 cou i ic not.
SICK WIDOW NEEDS HEU
Charity Organization Societ;
Appeals to Readers.
account of a
operation from which she is con
I . . to g
to her employm? ? '
dren. Th? thirteen
must, complete I
;..
ne, ar<
also at school. Th?
dead there arc n<
re!hti\ ta who c?
id a nard ?tl
? ?ul an?
?
ollowinf
?o pre.
for othei
15; "A. V
I
? .'. ' (6; Mr?
VICTORY FOR TAMMANY
Mullen's Action Gives Tiger
Board of Canvassers' Head.
eeerl
Mullen, who ha
?
enabli
ct the chairmai
'
v.a- elected over A i
?
17 to 16.
nomi
? ,i
by the Democrat?, ei
-in ac
I?
.
? ?
fut?
Il ?? ?
tan '.'
ning
ARREST PRIVATE BANKER
Chargea Made That Schwenk
Took Deposits Illegally.
Ir
'
' ' ?
? Grand and
Bedford ???? . Brooklyn, wi ,? ?? ??
and held bl
bail. In del
terday thai
?
'" properly
1 ?44>.-.-?t> - tntc holdings.
CHARGES AGAINST
PROBE WITNESS
Thome, Who Testified In
CWH ?Service Inquiry,
Suddenly Accused.
INTIMIDATION HINT
AROUSES NI.U'S IRE
- i
(oudert Persuada Kin^sbury
to Suspend Action While
Hearing Is in Progress.
Prank Moss, Specie) Deputj I
? neral, at sesi?n "f
the Inquiry o: th,- State Civil Sen lee
Commission into the Municipal Civil
examina?
tion of I Mi Kee Borden, secretary of
the Department of Public ? herities,
elicited tin' information that ?
had been preferred atramsi An^us I'. ,
Tb.,) ne by i i.mmi- lioner K -
lull oi 1 horn?v* testimony be
fore the state commission.
Mr. Thome, who il th? superintend
eut of the Bureen of Dependent Adults,
?,- ? wo week? ego thei a women
name,i Mrs Isebel Mullan, S relative
of Ta* Con G rgs V. Mul
foi ' SI in partner,
had been rein teted in her- position nt
th? lolicit Deput) < ommi i
sioner Doherty, of ?he ? herit i I ?
pai tment t >..>: ? erted ?ha; Mr.
. . -h. ?- nstetemeni
women on the ground that the
"Mayor ?a- much interested m her,
eesc " ' sn bad b?, i; ,i
f,,r n ubordinstion failure to repon
for duty after her transfer from en
? . to that un.1er th?
. born?.
? ?
ie.l m be
? .
formed wheth?
? -
.- been heard' ' I
K Borden
? d that he km
. ? had b?-ar.|
I
? i< i; i
for ii
-
to be
?
M r. M
"Mi - - i.eiti
! a m
11
?
? ? who
Mr.
with
?
?
. which he
r,.ver
lot for it
For il.
?
?
ie coniro ?
r-iche?l
for his 1
. and It ? ? .i
.....
Mr. Coodert
?? .
'. the at
?
- - -
-..-?y t?,
?
It e? m? t?.
.
-? ? morrow it the ?lut.,
?nmis
? . ,;;..? . fore '
orroe
to be d
' ? .
?
?
? .
-i ; ?? Hie
. ? ? till'
I I a,i ?!.>,- I
had placed Mi
1. ? ? ,r- ? -r ? .
on; I com? . d with
and. t?,
found that It wsj a feet I
. referred ?- ?? it? d, end i
I Mr. Kir g
,-??-.
id been ?
. .-?
Mr. Thoi held in
?
i . mmediaiely
? ?a and judt
? ? tl end sc : .
"1 d< ? ? '",ri
portai
?? timony in any way."
ie hearing *
?
? I eligible for ci* il em
ploym?
?
i
....
? .
?
LAWYER 30 YEARS,
"ROSEY" LEFT $3,800
Will (iives All to the Widow
Aided Many Poor Per
sons in Court.
Hyman Koaenschein, most o
? bar of th?
?
? ? hit
wil... j -
1 - tobei and his
will ws ? ?
i
?
? r .
-
',-tii and
il
?
Mr.
i hain . ! mi
? ? ?
I all ins belengini
f re?
? ?
?futuul Alliai
.i | -., 11 .nun
rVboUl ?'?' ?: -.???hi- BgO "i.
titeil froi,r the predice ?,f law and
went into the cloeh business ?rith ??
nephew. ]? -.. :i? tiO\ for long, rv, ?
;oi aft^r :. i ? month? a- i ?
returned to Essex st. and
th? law.
PROTESTS TO MAYOR
Vicar Asserts Complaints of
Sunday Drinking Unheeded.
Beeottoe, ??*? he ?old, the Hojot i"?.'
n,.i replied t.. in? In?! two complainti.
Jimea V Chalmere,?ienr of the Church
of the Holi Trinity, m th?? Pnrt ? "f
si. Jamee, ,il:' Ea it Mth si . ?ont to the
ne? ?pap? i i laal nlgbl eoplo? ol ? I'''
1er mailed i" Mayor Mltchel ye terdnj
it ron,i . ?u par! :
,, January, 1914, I have written
warn seven lettei s iking you to enforce
the Inn againal liquor Balling on Bon ?
daj I have given you names, number?
and dato? where ?nek Illegal traBl?
,i, place In tbii pnrleh I have '"!'i
you oi eornor .?;?lo?n where you ?-an
,, barkeeper? Riling glueeee nn?l eon?
.?it tin- bar on Bondny aftornoono.
"In replj to wv letter? rou referred
me to your Police Commieeioner. An
Inspector wai enl to ee we. I Im * * -?- ? 4
him i.? ???.in.' arlth me the foil"'
. u ida) m plain clothe and I ?on'.I
undertake to tnk? him Into thirty or
^,ir'\ ul?.on- breaking the lav?
?Ho declined with thnnka and 'aid.
?w Lai ?-.?ul.I i .1.?" il..?? la >? favorite
ion of the police m regard to
Sun.lav liquor selling. Varied a' timi
I.? the Information, 'It' I ?lid anjrth ng
I'd ho m "Goatvlllo" next weeh.
RICH MINER WINS
MODEL WIFE HERE
Porolfn Dunn. of Artistic
Beauty, !*? Wod After Speed]
Courtship.
w in ii ?t mining mm ? oop don n
from A'a-ka ?? 'I? a peltrj tew mill
credit and meeta, woo and
marri? Sou- ?i ork'i prett)
?id>- of a ??. eel n i ?
foi i,1.?? . ?? h?, grumble that ro
is dead 1o \?ak.' up and ?top
talking of the old and better daj
l.asi nighl ai 6 o'clock l'
1 > il u n. m hi.-, picturei drawn i?. Plagg.
anil Boileau hi'',, appeared on
flu- cover? of many magazine?, am ?
married to Henry ? ?ay ? an, the His
re? and owner of the Hroad l'a?s
in Ala h?, the i -.1 ,. of * h
? million?.
i? th? Sti arell knowi ?! i
. ? ?. 127 u ? ? 191 ? . M
who ?'.?? graduated from Harvard, met
.
? ? me. It ?-?,? t I ral light,
ghi and pro
,-.'! . .,,, m ding i" him. < in
? I their
I hi -. ii ight 11 the
wei
?
the daughl .-'tato
Senatoi I ' inn, of ' nn., a
? i
\i.'h. ?
,: pro
,,,-.,. ther ' York
? l;or, th? , ? . ?
nlerrupl bei
cal educa i?? Dunn na? 1
Mr. an i Mr - i ,.i r ??
for ?
there . to '? i where
??? ?? fall,
The wedd
I '
ll- i;?'!,! al
th. Strag t receptio Mra.
?
.. , ,, ?.. : mail
YALE'S CAMPUS COP,
DONNELLY, IS DEAD
College Policeman Was Known
\\orld Over as Students'
Oood Friend.
Haven, No* in. "J ' Di
.'?? "compu -
the ?.? ? ?
Kor more I
? ? . i ? ? ? , the ner?4
.
ar ?
ill? e was
'ho ?.-r , it theii
,
mpic JTarr..'?
ill Su.
A i lid of him
that l ? more undei.
?'1 'han all
end ? ? ? ,,iunt<-'i the
Rattell Choi el ] Donn?
? lei ci?
? ?, , ?'? ,?r eould.
Donn? ? Murphy, tin- for
l'ale trail
. ? ?.? r ro fell.
i 'I.'?
am.'
Donn? ng the -'?>???? Hove ?
:??
rack COaeh. It ha r
had more Vale men as
? ? ? ? . l'iT-nns in
the world tjr-1
eld Hi eave ? i
,ii i Prei denl I ifl
real landing.
. reaenl
, .. ? ?>. h.-n thej
Ah
ergre i g them once
remar] i owdl"
Donnelly'? ofli. ?? In Phelp Hail 11
| ?itl, BOUV? 1
alumni. On? of I '
? ? from deer antlers, i
..: il .?.nit to
?'? iioiiiii 11 .,r me? n-1
.
the Yi en**
r, ? eting no chair
be four:,I that would
two prof?
? r, ., ?,- | Donnell Pro
l .?fr expr?
.
i. ?., lie* .-?i i ill hove or.?
?
? ?
DAVIS HAT HIS PASSPORT
Maker Quotes Depew on Cor
respondent's Life Saver.
r-,? Tribun? ce ???'l from ?h.
tel ??* M luch ' hunk a circulai
addro i? ?I by K
, i in that city ??.horn the
?
-, n from
... M. Depew
:
Harding I1 - ? ? ar cor
.- '
"Th.- (?ermann were ready to write
!?. : [';-? -'-r. Pe
i" ??. lenly he show?
'Knox, ? aved
enterprise
i upon th?
dent to i de that il
'..
tige ii that in tim?
., :,
' ,. _
CAVANAGH'S"
258-260 West 23rd St.
Sea Food Specialties.
Delicious Steak* & Chops.
Courtesies to Ladies Unattended.
Banquet Rooms ? Music.
nrpyno'C i i \> in ??*? i~. i>, .-*.??
nili Win 0 ??? -, .n ... r n
HUM.I. I \M.|I??N,
.ili At. and > "? - ti t*t.
SOUTHERN WOMEN
DEMAND THE VOTE
Mrs. Belmont a Speaker
at Their First Suffrage
Convention.
PRESIDENT URGES
STATE RIGHTS PLAN
\mriidimnt lo Federal Consti
tiition Advocated hy Mrs.
Midiii McComick.
? hettanoega, i
t ?ens thai las wem? n ?>:' ths ; Ited
.'..'. -Ail! im-, i i he bel lot
, ompai m -, . . ? i and I bal 11 ers
.-ill I,,- nu quarrel among leedera o.'er
?l? - method ? by which It i? to bi oh
? a.I..-,I ,-. < i ? \ in. . d ? ?? i Ight b
??. II. P. Belme
othei ? ernei proi
,, ement. b< for? th? i
. 11 IT rag? < onferenc?. a hi? I o
',. i .
"Wi I. ii.- d
M ra. Bi ? ? .i ,. a are di
?n,m the terms on
eepl in?- v?.t? th.- n,- moni
tion of victory I have IWOIH Blle|
to a nutlonel amendment. -a hi ?
Southai n ."i.? nee ? ?? ma to I
?h<- principle of itats rights, if the
latter metnod pi?>'? ei effect -, I
gratefall) sccepl th.- i. . ?
Phi? sent irnent un ? : r,,|i?r^.-ij b
half iio,in other ?poskers, including
il? IImm et Stanton Blatch, ><\ New
^',,r^? . ami MlSI l.a'li I CIS) ??'. K* n
? i>,. '. iture ,i' i he programm?
sympoaiurn dealing ?rith i re ?
adopted in 1848 by the Woman'? Ki^ht ?,
Convention at Seneca Pells, v . . d
elered to be t?-,.- *'.i. | publii
un orgenised body in I
"\otes for women."
I ?r?t Sufras?- Demand.
"It fell like a bomb,' laid
Blotch, Th? pre? pour? licul?
dornend. Bul ble ied b. i ?.h
culo. It mode known ?i,,- I
v.onian's movemei I
'?! I BI Steh calle.! the snl
fraci .t the "isolated v.r.
and ?leclar, re the tirai
eless to ? ghl
alone
Two plans of ,-n;- paig 01 th?*
'.?.orne-i '??>..
? ? , -
?
'
? -
?i bend
iheir e
?ami.or I from
the Democratic
?
I Met OHM el ?
ehairma of I ? Congr? ional corn?
il
,-.a* ?on, sdvoi at>? ?! a
? ?. ? titut
urged sn to orgni
.i .!;?.
? rief -, ?ir in?
en tativ?
\N lleoe'a Helpleesnees
Mi??? Gordon srg
make ti.?- Democi ire foi
? otei
platfoi ? lenl Wil on
bad ? ... ?
?
?
lUffrage, i' Will mean n v.-ritiible suf
frags landslide within the next five ei
rears. In the tu ?? year we have
witnessed tha Democratic caueei go
on? of Its wey to defeat the eatabll h
ment of a women luffrags committee
n, the 11 o n ib ??i Bepn entativca by ds
daring the party's belief m ?uffraga
?i ? ?tata ml not a ? n federal ritfht,
thu? disposing of s responsibility on
.1 movement thai has sssumtid s world
b ?de propoi
?? ?nfileg *b. ieei from I
?ni, i, let n no longer d
the ?it in,? ion from *h< point 'if view
i ;, - '. .,.,.i.i. .t eon ?dor 11 Iri"
point of i. of thi -?'? omen of
nfteen Soul ? ? who ash that
the ?ruth be applied st home. Ws sal
i o mo? ratle pai ?y, s
right party, in i ???'? part] ten toi ?
te i;- " up '-. 'i ? n--"'i ' tradlt on . or
tell us why th i truth Ii not i |
at homo and only
. ?' ? , ? ,,
THREE INSPECTORS
LOSE ?N APPEALS
Sweeiey, Murlha and ihomp
?-'?n Justly Convicted, Rules
Hit'her Court.
?
Nov. 10. The eoi riet ions of
? eeney, John J
fhoi foi mei New Voi Ii
. .........
I vear and a Ana of 1600 foi
? I In keep or., ?, ' I I tl A
v, b ?tman'a gra I
itate. won up] ?y the
? "um of ippeal Thl app
their hope of reii tat? m<
Swe? m tha and 1 bo
laland on March B
their I
Preceding ?? daj
-,, who wa
th ?hem. In,
tion had been n 'be Appel?
Just Mr-40 l'a.? ial to Hussey, va ho
waa letei
?? , ? ? by ? omm : - oner W o
... M r. Whit ma'i had pr
! ?
It III "
ee whose cs
alao ui
?
? ?
owed 'o drop, no
Id, ami
thai th? i '. ' i - ? -tl
?
oui of the Police io part?
is tlowand?eU
IHK BIG MENS STORE
Hat. Mel's iiribt?lfl ai??J iliut*.
\V<- C.n Se-ll at Lower Price? i han
little Shop? That Pay Big Rents
Just-right Soft Hats
$1.90 & S2()i)
ffTs
You ?ave $1.00 /??SM -J-^
Fine Mellow Felta
Riih Fas' Color* ???
Telescopes
Sunken Crowns and Fedoras
Silk IhlLs HS?
worth $6.00
Flat Paris Brim
Valour Ssfl Hat\
$4.50
Imported Bodiet
Six Coloi?.
I'weed Golf Caps, 50c and 95c.
WINTER GARDEN
DANCING AI "-"?in
_ I . am im r\ ?? '
WA DC '" it. , 1 u> l r*_ J1 '"'
Arco TMi vT ?L* rt. L. i_r ,-,,Ml.)Y
? I ,000 ' MAMETEMPEST
^oiiisi ' *?' " ...ir.1,.:.,,..,
-???him. FAVERSHAM
f.;*. THE ONLY G?RL
''?"?" MANHATTAN sir'
ggKiM. suzi "' IIP!:
? LITTLE *N
r- LITTLER
? ? -4 '- 1
& PAIR ?F Si?K S
IHL BATTLE. CRY^M
44th St. """, i A PAIR ?F Si K STOCKINGS f
The Lilac Domino * , ,,
4fith st BOOTH
HOln *31* I BARGAIN M?TINtE TO-UAY.
THLLAW LAND
^-^PLAYHOUSF /At?hCV:^1
e-KAOYil 4r?'*-,T t*Sf ut rt wai L .,. | ,
m LADY'S DRESS:??;??.
...? m ? !?-.,,fi .| rn 'tVERYWOMAN
(VAX1NF [LLIOIT'S ^^^^
WIUTESIDE:\MR.WU fi,,0[) SEAT ? " ?*?? 75c ? Sl
NIW YORK ? .? I rs. Sri 'I rVsd ?. ?
CORT N" hmn mPanti-ea
liri.1 d-T^i\fJd 1 STANARD -
L,LJLlJd.JI>Vi?Ld-J GUY BATES P0S1 in OMAR
i
\.-.ill:lli II.ill. vil Ml Vol Hill, ut 3.
ROSE GARDENS THEATRE '
GREAT i UFES SHOP WINDOW ' , v 1*5 I ipIVpllVil
DOUBLL ...,.i.i..i...ra..' *r...i?. ii..,, .., R?**ital -Ut?*W VVVUJ II
Bin. 'THE WISHING RING m.j*^ham?on.
(iintlnunuK. II* 1] P M.. :.'..? and ?>'< (** F N T II R Y ' U ?"?-. W. ?M 8t
BWAY ROSE GARDENS ,, \L!.M n,?". >iahi"?V m.i
_ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ?>it M ?i
le.illiilnii l|..rl.ii-e /.,rr. um! ?Uli, r?. " I 11 I - "f IHUIM?.*??? Ihm? Mit
\||\1I?'H?N I 111.1. HU 10 P M I ri ?V -ul. Nli?hl? " \ll?\ '?
SHANLEY'S
Broadivay?43rd to 44th Street
Superior Six-Course
House Luncheon, 7 5c (Music)
01 Cabaret Extraordinaire
Pre-Emineni ... . , .- - ,
I wcnty Acts every evening 7toi
Quality. Restaurant also in the Shopping
Zone?Broadway 29th*30th St.
cafe:beaux=arts
Sixth Ave. & 40th St., opp. Bryant Park.
TEA, DINNER and SUPPER DANCES
ORILL LUNCHEON 75c
BEAUX-ARTS DINNER 1.50
Different from other Restaurants.
tiBoUkWemmUp^^ U^Si W?^^
9 Mcn's ?vil
3 17 * IL * . '
9 lui rn ?sh i n #> af
? McCutcHi?<0)rf?
N
i
i
t
? May ???'? suggest to wotni
9 Im band ' wardrobes thai they
t?n !-. and ex?perl ach e at McCutch?
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