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Bakers Cocoa stands all tests of laboratory and home. It is pure, it is delicious, it is healthful. Water Baker oCaLld t5TA?3L'2H? i L sr~nl N.H. EXPRESS HITS FREIGHT; TWO DIE Engineer and Fireman Are Pinned in Cab in Beacon \1 T PASSI NGI RS1 PANIC Open Switch Causes Occi? dent?1 wo Stealing Ride Seriously Hurt ? ? ? ? ? i ? ? ? KIR HITS 8-HOUR LAW She relia ' ? ? ? ? ' TRIKE DELAYED Maj ?? ' ? - wa? I *?' h : ? I SIXTY-CENT TIP COSTLY > < one < olio or A\ hi? l,a?c It to i ? ' ? : ? e CANT SET LIMIT FOR FILM KISSES, WOMEN ARE TOLD Censors Assailed by \v. s. Bash, Who l sts "Romeo and Juliet" as Example ? ? ?or. ? - ' ? rday. ' yelling ? . ? l'Hian I . ? it ? I d Mr. . pub I ' ? MOVIE MEN SEE LAWYERS I ail to Evolve Deflaltc I'l.m ta iaht Sands?, Cloaini the M \ ? ? At ? try I :' Ap Will ton t - .I,ably TWO LAWYERS DISBARRED Bta?Ollu-r Agreed to it. ' i - Pabrii at? Divorce Eh Idence I ? ? .m G. ? ' ? ' ? for a ? ' ? BRYAN TO TURN RECLUSE Will Uve aa Lasse ?eaewllle ivak, but \ ..te from Lincoln. Neb. ' home, the pia? ram- I "We - ' ..': - pei d a pi that part arill laclada Flection i-.. I WARN FERSHING AGAINST VILLA "Ready." He Says. When Told Bandit Chief Will Attack 12,000 BANDITS ARE WELL ARMED Trevino Tries to Gather ( arranzistas to De? fend Jnare/ . - I Dec i Exalting over m the Chihusbo i ' of ammunition ? muni rhl the ? ' Wai ? ' ? g Mexican sources frier. ?'the lariro army ? Chihuahua l ' ? ? irranaa eol ? ? ow be m du i Villa to think, the re I ? ? roa sol .inn Ihiblan country s rest ration ? iisr.'rrs. Villa Has l-',n00 Soldier? Ace ? ? St, but Btill very indirect, information Villa has now mon than twelve thousand men under ? ? send more ? the P? : urmy, bul with tl ? ? - lit leader I ? li?t? CO. Bid, such an order ? v ?' rican? are ret receiving eredil in the oral sstion has ' ? ' ?' ranss forei ? In the i ? ?? . I ??.? d ildiei who w< r? ? : pursuit i ? re made to-day bv lionera! ?????-. ? ? ? rc< - and assembli ? ????r official that the ' town ags thi i - ? eat . i r the < arranza .ol diers came without arm? or ammuni ? f American ai ri.. and border i that tl ? ? bor lump to the American ?B case Villa moves on Juarez. Iltating Suporsadee flhoatlng ? ? Villa lias ?topped ei . lost? sd hi espe? to be depi [ved of and thi 'eaten th. This ri ght I en Chinese ? : ng their v. ay OB ..,- li,. : :? tram and irder. \ lia rirdorod hi? ? ir ammunition for the m use the On the Ch.lie.--f, but to be fective. ? i :..!.. ,? have been bj Villa ?ahua . o? th? city, seee I i g ? g to-day. The;. ? cans who I . ? i hihuahua, but heard ,.! ?< ?1 or . , ? ? . out o?" pare the live? al ? bim. I;, pur - that ? latas bod burned ? I,en.Tal Louil Tel by Mexican refugeea. The ref . n the cuy, but that no K<n eral < ? ' had been started <u> the} left there, loi I V?< day. ( annon Moved Toward Juarez Villa ws I up the i ? ? tured on Sur.?.! Roea Hill when i , ' d that - ' I of re ? ? town. H ? ? ?- t 11 O 1 ' U. S. to Move Against Villa if He Threatens Juarez ? ? ? ? ? ? i ?,, the 1 ' fed States would take ] ? down toward Chihuahua in ai ? main Villa hi .'. eon ? ' ent in ? perm I Prieta, to re? in fore ? ? the d? fa.-' Villa from the north. Whl to do this would be granted 1 ? and it Is con dered ' I ? "idmin . ain if there ?--.., Bl ay. It ia declared . Wilson to with? . . ar army r os lible i. ? . line. ? " would remeal 12,000 ? '?' ? II ? a ithdraa ,r?. point oui 50,000 men, toward any : on ttii 1 er that I ? The Unit? .-''i the War Depart? enl shipn.' to the '!. facto govi ? ll-e<| ;,. muni! '. ? ? ? lieve, hoa ? Villa from i arransa troopi. ship states would prolong the lighting. GETS WRIT FOR LOST CHILD Mother \^k- Court fo Return Daugh? ter. Found After Twelve Yeara1 Beareh . Hartfo? i Padmore obi i i I of corpus to d . er her danghter Dorothy whom tad In New Haven after b search of ' years. In 190-1 Mr-. Padmore, who was then living in Philad pelled Dorothy, thei old, to board with Eli J. I ley. Goil Brickley home after her toman ? : i few hooi i bel Her earth took hei eridel] ' ' the country, tound Brickleys. When sin in Sew Haven, her ter, she eays, . a . Dorothy Bi ick ? j sad did not _ To Sc'.l Deutschland Postcards u ben I he <<? rraan sa tailed on her .conn th.- United Statt the submarii.i Gei man ?? stei , Cap? et ? ' i - to ..and the) are te be old I the Kaiser*! wou appear <'i. each card. Lubetsky, HO. Makes Peace with Wife, Who Hides Her Age .Absente of Son. Lad of Sixty-three, from Court Paves \\ ay for Settlement Between Long Island's Oldest Citizen and Accused Spouse di Btitj <.f Job Lub? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ?? ? day i of the Peac Bei I ? apparent d defcmlunt am ??n reu? progeny. . .? has erijo-, i . ' ii. Loi g I land, und svei ......... . which hit: rears ?if life dwelt in : obscui ' Suit! He W M Slabber) In i? ab? i etakj ntsntii ..?..-e a to who ? i> ? a.?- I ? . ? \ Jones ? oneile ihi'ir con ? contending ? ?'.I'd that ! ? ? ? sight \ w the defence, a ? ;rs o?d ? n m lad th-. ?er. Haskin admitted that He COI woman was a Bauchtet of th) . i t.Mt admit i that ti ' ( annul Be ?li?taken " \ ba ihelor i be the I Mr. Haskin ? jr., a . . John, who rdingly the roui t < ltd tl . . Mr the i rtrooH soy ? ? rcpared a I to thi ".in." wife met rst t u am, a I thi ' S|ie.ik? to Hi* ?\ ife As man ' ? kl nu nui i eaniostly. "What did they ?ay?" Mrs. Olish "Why. lather asked mother ?f ?he 1 didn't nroi I boma fcfrain. and In? quarrel i? ? By this time I had I readied the d s?l sf thi Arm in ar r? thi root l LETTER TO TALS' BARREDOSBORNE "If Seabury Is l-lected All Is Peaches/' He Wrote Sin.i? Sing Prisoners ACCOUNTS TANGLED, DERRICK ALLEGES Tells Carter Me Inherited "Mess" of Irregular Pur? chases by Predecessor * ny. Dee. 1 Hie privilege of vis iting Sing nied Thomai " tl 0 horno .ecu ' ' ? ' In explanation of I ? - warden, told exclusively in The ' : ll . I liely . m which he declared: "If - | all he ? ?' . .1! not lo-e even if Whitman "Never Will Desert Pala" The letter is said to have been BOBt ia, a eoavici at-arn I | M itUal Welfare I It i? addressed "to my -?? ? ?injr Sin?*" and says: "If jroa fellows think I am not a ; | . ? gel another think. My on th? bum. I am tired d.ath and I wish I had I ? until ? d. Are the] th me'.' This la the -l'i which "?? 1 worry r i-ht. if Seabui then ".lu- ?ho? our gi ?IJ nf ? to fix 1 . , ? elected Keep Straight and (lean "There re a number of strong Re ? ?y *?*? ? ? ., | , the hell throat ' : "u **? BmTi a ?ce now. that every - - If v." h Ubanv will not play ? raigl ' si 'i clean. , . ... ? p, ,-.,? ally I do not tnink it will com.- to that 1 think with patience ; way 'he election ubliean we will have to be a ttle more wiss and careful. ?Dear ps re be no mistake about this. If things ro right, be 11 . reful. If things go wrong. : ? ink Of all . and all v do If we stick '?' ' eh! I will. Promises Visit After Election -l v. rite I "'" m>' ? er I will be || i ,,? refu -e admis Buse I am still a ? ..n ex So I will and a ? I times. As ever, to th< I Biah, DM BROWN." A . ? snt by Mr. .? .1 the .; n on N? ber ?, ' ' on. I'n?on November 27 Mr ' raei Sir. < arter il York . ' the ( rde? be r? ? the prisoa ? | . ? ? aa a copy of the ruling of i ,i r 11- , ond( W .ird.'ii Den 1er, in which the I ? I go" of I ion. Chargea "Irreajalai I'urchases" In a leti' ? ". Novembei M Mr. Carter ?' BBBUthOI - ,.d: "I wish - . Mr. -, all of the irr eg h ich We I refi r I ? . ? ? . - w ?? '?? ? lean ? . Wrote Letter to Prevent Riots, Osborne Men Say 'rom ? ' ? ? Dr. '-? rge S. Kirchwi . for a time Dr Kir ' il a -imilar order John B, . - excepl ? When I B ?fol H -med t.orne ? Ke.u?*'?! to Addres-, Convicta I ?a? to ? ? ' t'orne ? ? mess hall or -? ? asking permission. ... 4PVEBTMBMENT ADVEBT'SEMENT ADVKRTISFMFNT An Exhibition and Sale of Men's Fine Silk Scarfs in every weave of importance from the looms of at least twenty European and American Neckwear Manufacturers at 39c 59c 69c $1 $1.35 i Not ;\ collection of neckwear assembled for ,-t cut-price sale, l>ut scarfi of tlic highest order in weaves, color combinations, and designs. For the man who is partial to college, Hut? or regimental stripes; for him who prefer? rich Paislev effects adapted from old Chinese and Persian ru</s. tapes? tries, etc., and for men of every type the selection at each price is nothing short of phenomenal. A Special, Beginning 7 oday 2,000 Men's Silk Shirts at $3.95 T The man who wants ;? -ilk shirt at modt but desires something that Is hoth different and superior to .ilk shirts usually shown a' $8.95, will lind this special offering to be of unusual importai The silks are of heavy-weight, and the d rfM and weaves are the most tempting ever shown at this price. ?>al\5 &<Tflmjimuj 2Z Broadway at 34th St. >UIW aCUUUMliHI ir:.rl,v 2626 words to tlio men ho declined, saying it | not bo pi-oper for him to do so." Aimed to Avert Riot? I.i the absence oi Mr. Osborno from the . friend? declared ? er nade pubHc by Mr. fur ter was an appeal by Mr. Oaborna te the men inside the prison 'o behave themselves no matter what the result ? ebction might bo. it being well ?i ?hut torn? of the hotter beaded, .- a return of the o!,| prison sys? tem, would start a ?cries of no's ^ueh ! the dismissal of Warden - Kennedy a few years ago. This, i* was said, was admitted by Biter a' the luncheon given by Mrs. il.'len i i ?? rt '. ??>- .!? Mon ..* which Osborno, ''arter and Acting Warden Derrick met. Mr. Car? ter, however, Is said to luve instated S*r. Osborne had ?eon fit to ? from the prison, he must be con 'i remain away from it and trans . . ? whatever prison work he might wish to do through the department in set ivity suggested for him by Mr. Carter was securing places : .r i!i charged prisoners. On ? ?ir. Kirehway said yes terday that he believed the department ? have the benefit of Osborne's experience. "The Prison Department," said ho, "still desires ?o have Mr Osborno's co. uperntion ?ml the benefit of bis wide experienes end knowledge of prison eondit bi liei ss tb it it would bo bettor to have tiiat coo" (Cited through the <j U rVlbai v " SUMNER QUITS CUNARD LINE Eagliakaiaa to Succeed American as \gent ot Steamship ( ompanv Here Alfred A. Booth, chairman of the board of directors of the ? unnrd -hip Company, announced ye? terday th? retirement of chufles p. Sumner, genera! agent ef the Cunsrd Line at New York, on Ilecembcr 31. T. Ashley Spsrkea, an Englishman, previously a member of the firm of Funch, Kdye & Co., has been appointed to succeed Mr. Sumner. Captain I1.une! Dow, formerlv com th? Lusitsnis and M tsnia, wh i has been in this country for ? as -he connecting link b. I the I'unarii Line ind the Brit ih con? sulate, owing to Mr. Sumner being an American, will return to England next Wednesday on the Laconia with Sir | Alfred Booth. , I Deerfoot Farm Sausage make you long for breakfamt. Order some today Farm .-?t SouthLorough, Mass. AMERICANS FOREGO FEAST Reunion In London Abanibmed Beraase of F'ood Kcnnomy ( ampalrn LoadOB, 1'ec. I, The American So eiety baa abandoned a reunion which had been arranged for December 12 ? a iv feared that in view of tbe irov??mment's uemai.d for economy in the consumption of food the dinner might make a a ? SB. The societv had waived the custom ar- Fourth <: duly and Thanksgiving dinnera since the beginning of the w,r, but had decided to hold a quiet re diaBer, with a plain menu, in of a Thanksgiving celebration, but it has now been thought best to toreara 'his. James McCreery & Co. 5th Avenue 34th Street Holiday Gifts That Please Men GLOVES For All Occasions New Stocks Offer Extraordinarily Extensive Assortments \ Various Famous Make?. Regular and Short Finger Style?. WALKING GLOVES Plain, Black Tmhroidered and Spear Backs Gray iVlocha.pair 1.85, 2.00, 2.25 Gray Mocha, silk lined.pair 2.50 Chamois.pair 2.00 Buckskin .pair 2.00 Tan Capeskin.pair 1.50, 2.00, 2.25 Tan Capeskin, silk lined.pair 2.00 LINED GLOVES Tan Capeskin and Gray Mocha Gloves with Fleeced Wool lining. pair 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.50 Tan or Black Capeskin; Lamb's Wool lining . . . pair 4.50 Gray Mocha, fur lined.pair 4.00, 5.00, 6.50, 7.50 AUTOMOBILE GAUNTLETS Black Capeskin, Fleeced Wool lining.pair 3.50 Black Capeskin, Lambs Wool lining.pair 5.50 MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT. 35th St. Entrance MAIN FLOOR