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THE SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1913.
YEGGS NEAR VAULT OF
Swinir Sriiffold Out vhjp ,iiul f'ul
Willi I'inIpp Cover of
WOMAN CALLS '11! K I'OI.K'K
Four .Men Arrested Who llml
Hired Itooins in nn Ad
Four Italians were nrtcsied vestenlnv
vhlle tunnelling Into the pawnshop "f '
.liilin Simpson m K. !,ivverv. licit' Ken- I
male stive. III III., safe ..f which was
c-ild to he inwelrv i tit ..nii iinii The
dating method t litx ucd III nttncliltlg j
n solid In II I. Willi four feet thirl. I i - I
lrml)lr! till' lobbi'l'V "f til" p.lWlllol nf j
Mnrlln Simons v Son nt I llcstei
etreet mi Mil I ill !.
There tin- tuntiellcrs got JDnn.Oi'm
This time itxi' wit "f n wnmnti mid the
quick nrtlnn of the police stopped t tic
thieves Just iih thev had cot tln-lr hole
through to the pnwnshop nult.
You itui!t picture n little lillml nllt'
formed by 111" tenr walls of Simpsons
Mc shop and tin' back fence of n telle
tnent In III" rear on Kllabcth stlcel. n
erv pocket of a plan- In Salutcl'iv's
Tne lower Honrs of the tenement neM
to the one that backs Into tills nliev hns
been keeping Hi" neighbors wnndeiltig
ever Mnco April when the mom was
rented by n tnll. well spoken 1 1 nil- ti
There wi nn nlr of mvstcrv n'mnt the
place. Heavy curtain backed up lu
ll ilnik screen Kept imy one fiom look
ing In at tlx- windows.
No nil" in the tenement, which Is nt
Un F.llznbetli street, had ever seen the
big Italian h"foie. nor did he l.ilk to Ills
oitntrymeii In the 1ioiim It whs late
nn Saturday night when thine men were
admitted ipiletlv to the room on the
They next appeared In the alley where
one of tlie four. balanced on the fence,
flunc a hook with a tope on It to the
roof of the extension l the pawnshop
on the nlley.
There was a seiiirie and the grunt of
n mnn heaving nt something and then
Up alone the r.ilnso.ikeil btlcks and iron I
-hil.n.. ,11 ,,,lr..,.u itf tl.. tin Vl'M wlllll 's I
rmui'-e.i ... .- i
rear swunc a n-ciikiPDn bricklayers-
srarfoM. Some twelve teet up It went
nnd then under it appealed a bis wicker
lusket The next moment four men
were er netnelj at work on that
One besan to pick at the brick with
a steel bar and a Mt and tun.e wrre
feen bltlnc thtouch the masonry "f
I Simpsons rear wall. I he iietect.vet ' , n tr,.n with the.r sla.n and
say that the four must haw worked for, wolin(,.,
tlir'e hours in that nllev. As the bricks . ,.,, Anlon! I'njns. attemptlnK to re
tain" out they were c.itishl in the j rriir,.,. t. V,eral pnrrltrin and not
t,a'lr!' 1 ktiowltv: it had fall-n. rrnched a pos.
ne man heard them nt th !r ww-u
II" was Nathan Hebald. whu owns a
) welry shop next to the pawnbroker's
II is wife awakened him to tell him
that she heard poundlni; In the bail;
vnrd Nathan was s,.ptical. but llnallv
he ton heard a stead hammering noise.
famllo In baud he went down to In
esticate. II opened the biuk d nr of
his linp and made some nmst. as he un
hooked the chain. Outside all was
silence tlie ni'imen; he thrust his hejd
V mist of wind lliikered his i ,-indle 1
cold rain whipped iktos his fti.- -. V
Nathan went b.n k i i bis warm bed ,,r j i.- stuff ottlcers his iinymavter
As sonn as Nathan's door bad ,m, sniceon, ros-d the line shortly
slammed the fo-n sit. lightened them- after davllulit aicnmpanled by n niim
e,ves atid went bfiek to their pecltin: per of his men who no longer Iind any
f.rav lisht wns beclnnint; to reach . ammiin.tlnn en lor their rltles
ti 'i s tin tenenieiu walls nboe the' liefote attin klni; the rebels slipped up
shadowed nib v when the four had cut under rover of darkness to the ery
the r wav through the bricks edwe of the town and he win tlrlni: th"
The thinnest of them thrust ratit.oiis ', houses within their reaeli Then they
shoulders t'lrmmh tie nineteen liu h ! rus'... d upon 'h- l-vdei.ils, who wer- In
w rt- h"U they had niade. jthe fort This buildltm was soon tired
When lie had swims 'rnm th" open-1 and with Ills nil-ill handful of men who
Inc n the wall to the lloor of the vault still Iind ammunition (ien. OJed.i fell
room he 'elt his wav about as one who back to the Custom I louse
l on familiar Kround The 1ml h" ! The tight Ins was hand to hand, dyna
rani" tnt- ush was dus nt a spot In the 'mite hnstllv made into hand grenade,
wn'l bitween two steam radlatnts In i was used by both sides ami the slauKhter
the middle of the room was the ' was t rritle. Tlie fighting continued In
safe, bo It Into a vault sunk In the llnoi this manner, n-bels and Federals often
find siirrour. led e-. er where bv pro- n ii'.ir ns fifty feet from rnch other.
tering wit-.s There were tlrliinlngs of
candle grease all around Hie safe.
The p,,ice and in' n of the protectlv e ,
nsencv said yesfrdev that as snr,n as,
an. attempt to tool with the safe was1
made Ihev wo dd have known about It ,
intnni i through the telltale wires It'
Is probable that the vegsmeii vv ere '
rotn.ng tliro-iah tlie hole lat r. Iat nisht ,
perhaps The il.sgets of the hole had ,
no apparatus that the pollen could find 1
for nttmking so fotmldable a forties"
as Mr Simpson's -ife. 1
Mrs Antonio linn v.t. up befnre
her husband estotd'i moi'llltll' As
slie looUed nut the b.n-k window her
eve fell mi t'uil slating red new hole ,
n Simpson's pawnshop Th.s was at '
T oi-lo,-K Twi ntv minutes later c.-ipt '
K.nsler of th" .Mullxrrv stn ef 11, ill, e
F'ntiriu had plain clothe 1 men and pi-!
ttolmen on Kenmare stieet.' lulu f.tiL' 1
One of the wa', l.ets p. i-ked up the
S'oiv alsiiit the dark, ivil gio..nd Hour
t 1.1(1 lMJlbet h stteet Down the hull
of that tenement the pest mlnuie went
Duct-fives S'tevlin and c.iiavctta, ie
volvers in hand Tliev kicked open
t.le door of tile h.icl, loom lis four
Italians ins.de ihiiiiiiiI up.
Tin polli e 1 1 Hi it In mi) rner
thev found lam snnkeil ik in
I I . n .. I.. I .... t .. . I. . . ... . I
'I 1..1. 1 vv ii 1 1 oili'U
d 1st and chlpp.iiKs lav the haeks.iw,
bit and btaen, tin. Mhorienid crowbars
e.nd brlek reddentd doves Outside the.r
window sill iig-i'iisi t. feme leaned
the telltale Inilrli 1 Thev h.iil riot even
taken 111 then- afioid
These are the prioinrs. I'eter ...
g.niillo, the ti'. in nno iciiteil the
t'onin, limseppi Mnssena, out on sus
pended sentence tor .1 lnirglatv of two
vears ago and Know 11 to Hie puh. c;
Salvalote liulfiini and Ins bi other,
(illiseppi, nf :'i"i North Sixth street,
NEAR DEATH IN SWIM FOR BET.
Saieil hi I'i Irn, I wiin nt Mr
1 I on 11 get-.
Mephf 11 l,i.., 1 ,,f ' -, ,,, k ,.,
Itnt lii'lle Inst . I 1 rf nla I" i .1
fn led In .11' ill. in. In svi 1 11 1 f,,,,
'sltti'l to Hunt. Island l, ,,
' 1 I
-ill 1. in 1 ii n 11. I, ne gill iU.l mi V ,
. ' t'e In.) ItSe. he , s H 1 ., , ulth
e. snips mill went down Then l.iiin 1 -it
Beiabl .if 3C2 .Mam sie t. . p, p. ,..
"'h " I inn tin I nt liml Inin iii.nl. . niili i
-ml- sisi t. ii .1 r. r. . I.. U
' h" I us well ,t 1 I Ii
. ' i 1 1 inlet I111.1
I ' 0 I'i 'C'l. 1 ll'ispl! t
e- n s. pitis,
Cor. Mth SI. md 7ih Ave, New York.
The Pride of the South
for a quarter-century
Now made ami sold In
New York City.
Buy It fresh from any
leading (trucRlut or grocer.
REBELS TAKE NACO;
275 FEDERALS DEAD
"' J-llll A llll l1loll I 0UI A f-
ler Siv Honrs of Mi'spcnite
I'l.KKS TO AM KHU 'AN SI UK
Ailiifkiim- I'nrty Siiiil to llnve
Lost Severn I Hundred
Men in I'telit.
Ni-o. At-1. . April IS After sl hours j
of desperate hand In hand lluhllni; In '
the stteets of Nam. Sonora. imalnst a
lebel force sl limes as lare as his
own den ivdro njeila to-day bowed I
to the inevitable and with u remnant
of his llRhtlnK Riirrlson threw him-1
self and his men upon the mercy of j
lite nipiienn nrniv
Naco, Sonota. which has been the ;
seen" of so mnnv battles during the
tiit month. to.nlL-ht Is In ruins, w recked
with the shells and dynamite bombs or
the rebels and stnonlib rlni; In the ashes
of a fire which the battle started and
fanned Across the border the American j
town is riddled with Mexican bullets, its
houses splintered and shattered with
Mexican shells and its streets filled with
tho debris of the bomb.it dnient.
Oleda's Inst stand wns made In an
adobe house which formerly had been
a custom house, near the border.
Fiom Hits the Federal CJenernl nnd the
minium of his atmy dealt death from
Its iliint- and windows to scores of ail-
. . . ,.t.. V.Mfn n rn
, r1 , nf, J4 niei ivii u Mill- ill-..- '- .
Sevenn-ll wounded Federals There-
I ,.,., 'B redeial arris..ti. which at the'
, (1.lllllir 1)f ,,, MxU. mimlx-rcd more
!,,,., t..i n onm
I I II. I II .." iiri' ill! M'llll
I Many of the wounded Federals blew
out their brains rather than b IRien
bv the rebel Indians.
,, . i...,,,,,,,!,!,. ,., e,tlmnte tlie loss
f tin. rebels. Tlie countrv around the 1
.,,. .,,r ..,,,, fr...... v.ico this after-
j noon .111(1 eusauen ren-l iiooiis neiu nij
lllfr.ept ,. foice. The UshtlnK Still
was In progress to-nlcht. ,
! When the battle opened this mornlnc
nt 3 o'eloit; the attacking varty were I
inrnidd with Held plei es of a Iieavv I
icalllne. while (ien. ojedn's -ammunition '
for his cannon had been entirely ex
ha listed h a month's almost continuous
The Federnls saw the futility of fur-
1 j,,.r resistance to the rebel hordes and
i,.c.-iti t desert in law numbers Two
until 10.4.1. when (ien ojetla's last bill
pet wns 'tired an.l l-e walked over thf
line nceompanieii ny nis ni.een remain-'
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HEAES OF NEW TRIAL FOR HYDE
,rl Tlln, rllnle llltlslnn tins'
Hrwrseil I'nni let Ion,
The Wnrlrl th' mniiiing savs
I. .1 ,1 I! Stnnchflelil and .Max l Mem". 1
at ottiH , s
for Charles 11 Hyde, former
i itv Ciiatiilieiliin. who was convicted if
I'oiniii.t" 1- brllieiy to favor the CanieKle
1 Tiii. t 1 '.i'iiii.iiiv. Ii.ive leeelveil infornui-
t,,n, H w utiderstnoil. which lends them 10
1,. p. ,. tin' the Appellate Division of tli
h.m m-. ivn' will diottlv hand down a
dei Umn nveising tin- judgment and smuiI-
-i'L a new tnai
The Itifui illation Ins not mil' le.iihetl
tin- ,itin!iiev. fm the fo 111 1 Cliainlie-lnlii,
1. nt his bi'iome learn 11 in the Dlttil. t t
tome s uffln. and i-omis from a sumce
ei ilo-e In uieinbeis nf Hie Appellate
I i:i-, ,111 tn,t it 's 1 'edited both h- lh
li-tt .1 vi'iimv and I v ie s niun.'f'.. '
VOTE ON STILWELL WEDNESDAY.
11 1 1 1 - M III
I o-MKirriiu ,
V I KIN V il II
Th- H.nnte Ju -
iliil.uv ( '11111111 1 1 1 ee, which lieatd ev Ideiice j
11 tie i!i. uties .m.iinst Sfiiator Stephen ,1.
St.l.vell of The ln)ti, ulll meet to-innr-inii
to il .ivv up a statement of facts to
presint to the Sitiale on Tuesdnv
Th" Senate prohahlv will take a vote on
U... 1 l'e nu Weilnesilav
When Setiatur SHItvell left Albany Fil
H.n tllnllt he let It be llne stood that
he itii! iii.I e.ile fm ti siliiiinl nir no i.f I
i ', lie ..is., .is fm- as his side was ion-)
. ieiii-d ami will be hIIIIiik to let t li,
Sen. He take a volu nil Him statement nf
I ll.l'IS and I lie evident e
I Senator , lolin F .Miittaugh nf Kltnlia,
. ilialiiu.in nf the committee. 11 ml Attorney
liii'tieial t.'aitiinilv had a long confetence
L0ST TRAVELLER OF 8 IS FOUND.
Weal lrn In Wnslilnglon
Vi lien on Wity tn .li-rsr
1 s old, v hn i 11 s nwt
,,,io.. f. nn, i,, r.,rrn..r h. 1.1
u-.iii. W 'a t.i hei new oik. m
I 1.1 I... tin. ne ...vei',1..
pi'.titi, mived'uoith two weeks
It v 1 ' l.f, v it., in 1 n- 11 1!
, i' '" ' 0
in ,1111111 1 leiiii'i "i, n n-inn'ir, vvnti 11 an
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la 1 1 .1. -r ,.r ., l'-. en. ,i,n. , , ,.. -
1 .111 1 1,1. L.iin.l S.iluni.l'
1 111 Ii lis. 111 in aihiiiaton
in n innv in a
nri sneel V 1 t llnhnl.en uii'1nU
I have two pupils whose Instincts
l are more coninierrlal than artistic,
isiild n music teacher. "They have
! caused me min.li amusement bv n little
I trick with which each wets I wo lesson"
, for the pi Ire of one. They nte friends
land started coining to me together,
I While I am giving it lesson to one the
'oilier listens, mid then In turn the sec
ond listens In m erltUlsiiiH of her i "Several tlnie In the past few weeks
friend. I believe each Is learning faster , We lime been Milled In the phone In
dian she t'oilld If she had come iilone." some woman who was Irving lo Met a
I ttit-.it market," Kald a bachelor who
"They wete n couple fiom Hudson, keeps house with several other men'
, Y.," said the pi opt icier of u llro.-id-1 ".Vpp.iicntlv. this woman had u way of
wav tcslfiurnnt speaking of the I o'clock t giving the luitclier shop's number so
cut few, "and they seemed to have been that It sounded Ilk" ours. The voice
very tecetitly iiinirled. At the hour of . wns always the same and the woman
I approached I ronld see that they Invnrlnblv. had n tu-h older. It was
weie becoming more and tnorn excited, amusing ut tlrsl, but ll became tiresome.
The woman ilrauk her port wine, with ' So hist week 1 did something "
an assumed air of atinndoti that was I "What did you do?"
Inimitable. The man keep glancing at! " look her order for a dozen chop-i
the door expectantly. A policeman en-I to be sent nround at once and shy
tered on the sttoke of I o'clock nnil in.sn given mc an older since."
ordeted alt hands out. The couple were
HiiKlIni; now. They did not nioe until
an officer went to their table and ad
"As they went out I heard the bride
say. 'And won t they set up and notice
us In Hudson" "
".'ccr lay In 11 supply of your fa
votlte tobacco In the sprlni;," said a
"Why not." asked Ids friend, "doesn't
It keep well?"
"Not that. You may do ns you please
ir you re tint mntrled. Hut last week
I slocked up with my favorite brand
one Hint's almost too costly, you
know. Well, eMcnlny I went to till
rriy punch, but never a bit of tobacco
could I find. My wife heard me liuiitlni.: t
'"" '-Muiiiiieii. u seems sue unit neen ;
puuinic away HiIiiks for the summer
and belnn out of moth balls had used
my tobacco as n substitute.
whv I hne added a new one to my
list of don't."
lime uower snop in Nassau street
bit on a plan the other day for a window 1
display which drew a crowd that blocked
the sidewalk. The plants in the window
were nrrnnced to ule the effect of al
nowerstrewn hit or Rieenswnrd. That,
whs ery pretty, but the t ljlnr that .
drew the erowd was a bird that 'hopped
annul picuniK up seeus una liuiitltiK ;
lis dinner atnunn the plants without the
xliKhtest trace of the wlf-conscioustiessl
in me uemonsiraior.
"I'xe heard of absent minded person."
said a barber, "but the sttoneest vrfse I
ever knew of happened In this shop' to-
A eutomer who ha. ben-woarlnR- a
,M!""' ro-.enrr and has come In once or
tw ee a month to have it trimmed, came
l 1.1 i i j
"wnK and had It taken off
z z -
f rtTTTT TTT1V ntintv
X I H I IlKHnJ HUHll
VJ VlllUlllUll 1 UUV
TILL PA IS FREED
Tim lliiiin-ev U,i...,. ,. t.-. '
.r.r ll uiib i Mr I wi b ll II in III-
ilv Seek CoIipii, fp Who Sent
Datl l'p for Debt.
I, OUi ChMKS KOIt
Ami 'riniiiirli 'Plipy'rf Kcil TIiom1
Little Mites Show Appe
tites fo Drenrl.
A'.thinmh we've all been tnunht
t,I..L, I....I .... I ....I.....
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?. ' :'".. f P" '1 . 'a . ' . r?
1 ""ion i.muow street.
yet .sometimes it Is true there aie sum"
very funnv thing she manages to do
M" Hlustiate. we shall relate the odd.
pathetli- tale of how a tailor couldii 1
pav his debts nil went to j.ul. while
Justice who had put him thete could
not suppress n grin for thinking of the
tlx she put the mad cotnplninatit In
In Hrooklyn .several days ago I.ew
Drucker chnticed 1.1 meet a friend who
passed his tailor shop nt !0 Stockton
street. Thl friend, whose name was
Samuel Cohen, the tailor hailed with
glee- "of all the men In Hrooklyn you're
the one I want to see.
The clerk I used .0 have Is
. .,...,, ...... Unow the salary ain't
high, the hours Is short, the work Is
light, the shop Is clean and pleasant,
What do nu say? In case, of course.
v ou ve nothing on at ptesent."
So Cohen went to wot k as clerk In
I-.-.. ..I .,.. ...II.... It,,. ..llnB,l.. 1
tiigh, the tailor 'followed Cohen to the
,or ni hll,i ,e guessed he wouldn't
. , , , s,....., M no more
' All right '- said Cohen, "as you say.
Hut dill I hear ou speak about a cer-
llllll sni.w.v Jim 11 pnj me oj in.- ei-n.
The week Is up and though I've no de- 1 r. . api. nnaa-
slre to make you mad. I know 11 place w,,r,h- sustained him In this unwilling
where SI," wouldn't go so hnd." ness to win Immortality -saw the ser-
The tailor sadly shook his head and. pent first
heaved a mournful sigh. I'd like to, ,. , ,.ommnm f , ,
favor .Mm." he said ' In fact. Ill gladly -,, ,. ,.,,. '..
to do most anv little thing I can
on jour account. Hut $15 Why
bov. there Is nn such amount'
i'lie mournful "clerk departed, but as
he left the slote he hit upon a wily:'"" " ""; '"" se-i IlKe a Klant
..hem even un the score, And as 1 rn70r ml ending up twin geysers of
! he turned the corner h- laughed ran-
!,ous laugh. So here comes old darnel
lol.luslice In a bland new paragraph
I lie sued the tailor 111 the courts; the
tailor testltled lie couldn't iay. said
1 t-i.n, jr. If he tiled. The times are
hard, lie told the Judge, he worked
-am morn till late' he had a family
, support, eight children- count 'oil-
Ighl' The .Itidge declared It pretty
."' .. r" ee , nv
I... ,. I.,l'l " And since, ns Drucker
testified, he didn't have a sou, It seemed
as If thete really was but one thing ho
Iist I'lldny Cohen lay abed and
smiled complacently to think how Justice-noble,
dame! had smote Ids
enemy and cnHt him In the county Jail
on dreary I.udlow street, whero prob
ably he only hnd one loaf nf bread to
eat. Hut then there came to Cohen's
eats the sound of many feet
ra: f-r-Sii'"r jiw:",,0 Tr:
cttiss the corridor and stopped outside I "' "nf, r j " "j " '""f1," . A "rK
1 his door, and then a high, shrill volco
let nut a iieneiraung vvau. e nnven 1
I hnd n bite to eat since you tient Fa to
I'litinn sal 1111 anil set-.'l t elw.,1 lim linml
1 Cohen sat up and scratched his li"ndl
nnd wondered whnt to do. lie tried to
,!,,, ,i,m from his house: -.he children
I 1 '1
1 ii-ir p eldest sav,
I n ii..ns to eat since
-s "" '".1 uvav
And so at laft he had 'o atk the eight
mall children In. The sat around the
table ami they lot, out such a din tho
After the opetailnn t wouldn't hava
known him If I'd met him In the stteet
"Hut a strntiKcr thltiK was that lie
didn't know himself When he not nut
of the chair and looked at Ids face In
the mirror he turned nround to see who
the strntiKe chap was whose face he l
saw In the Rlass."
In one of the subuihs the (uik au
thorities mean to wl the most on- ot the
xeruiit season. They planted a lariie
bed of crocuses III a cetitle of ttafflc
and when the blossoms came out they
f-pelled the word "Sprlnc."
"Well." said an old New Vol Iter as
he strolled down lower Fifth aenue for
the first time In several years, "here Is
a ciy curious thlnir and It noes to show
whnt a curious city we're llvltiK In "
The "curious thliiR" was nt the south
west corner of the nvenile and KIkIi
teetitll stteet. ll has been lll"le for
several .vears nccordltiK; to the old New
Yorker, and ptnbablv will be llieie for
many years to come It Is a eoninion
Iron hooped molasses b.urel lllleil with
cement et in the cement l a three
inch Iron pipe twelve feet tall At the
top Is an Iron crossplece with an ate
Urdu on each end.
"I teniember." said the old New
i Yorker, "when the iron Unlit post that
used to stand there was knocked down
toy a heavy runaway truck
provided post wns erected liurHedlv as a
makeshift, and there It Is, nnswi't itiK
"Did you ever watch the crowd that
cithers In rtntil of a w indow of a cafe
or restaurant where lemptlnc eatables
are dlsplaved"" aked a woman.
"It certainly nffords an opportunity
for thouRbi. Tlie other dav an old
woin.m with a faded shawl stood and
Kared lnni;lnt;l.v at the temptlnK delica
cies She moved away and her place
was taken by a man whoso appearance
Indicated that ho spent much time on
the benches in tho park As I watched
these two walk awny with unsatisfied
appetites I wished I could have taken
them Inside nnd slven them what they
i." M.Ml lllllll 1WIHI lltr
would like, but I didn't have the price
nclchborhood all wondereil what "that
awful noise" tnlftlit be. And Cohen took
his wife aside and said to her. said he
'It's plain we'll neer lose them till
we've tilled 'em all up llrst, so look
around the pantry and we'll let 'em do
their worst. Hesldes they do look linn-
. Krv and I'd hate to have It said thnt I
nnythlnK so mean as that upon my
I Kf-have Jim. gentle reader, seen
eight hungry children at? Fight
growing children, hollow from their
heads down to thlr feet" They ate
like eight young troopers, or cannibals.
or worse. It takes a lifted pen to put
such appetites in vrsc.
Hut when the smoke f battle at last
had cleared away the children said
they'd "sure be there" again on Sat
jurd.i.v. S. Cohen sjrntcheil his head
I once more nnd figured up the cost, com
pared it with the paltrv JK. he had lost,
to grabb d lint and coat. shimmed
' . . .... . . ...
,r, .ne ooor. ami turned nis flying feet
!" V'"..wry ":im- -'ion the Jail
The charge against Drucker. the
laiinr. i.n i... iiiri,. n.. ,.i.i .1 I
, i.,M,llir,. fo,., two ,i0ir fort y-t wo The
fall fee cost U more, hut still. Cohen
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nril PnnnDMT CDDIlTi
ODH DDIlI lil 1 ODEft.
TT'C h DA7ADDADI
11 5 A RAZlUuiJ AuiV
, Cl Ifdltll ill
s Second Mule Kirt
to Sijrlit an Kntirel
A new species of sea serpent has ap-
',,,nr"' 1,1 ,," Vl,r"' Mean.shlp
lnn'' according to a report from the
1 bridge of the Anchor liner Cilo,!ni,. 1.
yesterday fiom C.lnsgow. The second
nfllcer. who modest I v .Ieii.,..,t . ..tt
.. . ..
' ' "' , ; ' ' ' ' '" "' J":' '""-' 'e
ei-u ...ir MiniiKii .um me i aieuonin was
slicing It serenely nt about a fifteen knot
. ""lethlng, long anil thin, not tin-
"Pray, appeared dead ahead
T be second officer and his mates on
"'"' """''' i''eu 1 tmv thought
" n wlKKl" once. IndlcntlnK
'"" '"' " wonm pass 1111.
Uner '", h" n'" thev probably
".' ' . ., 1 aunt
, ' "' inw. I'
" . " V; ' , ",ril r''1'
"" "" J ",.n1 ''"'V l5'11 ''Bn, "
1 v" i'i nipt nun JUT'
l.s Ihe onmshlng thing was a new
:(."'lniiln ""bnuttl.in tr.M.ig to upset
The seventh iiinle n. that ''apt
W.iiisw-firtli tried 'vli.Vss on the ciea-
ture and got no ;eiponsi.. ny thin t Inin
ship and sea se -i-ri t were within BOO
feet of each ntlie". Tim sea nerpent
then suddenly :'i'tteil Its coursn anil
went InsHlng pas' Hi" port side of the
Caledonia, H.i cif'e Hint a (liven nt her
cnhln pnssene;rH ,"M'ltlg over the rail
rould fieo Its uttd'Tiii dy distinctly.
It wan said thnt the erratum wns eel
part of Hits projected ten feet or morn
from the sea. A Virginian, who wan a
cabin piuiyenser. said lio would cnll tho
S,.. ., r.-n-h....lf...l ...... .......nl ...L.I....
" "CW Ml.iei).
T'"J 'ir"l!' headed due east and left
' fnatny as Unit of .1 big tor-
1 1 boat, Nobody Wi tild venture tn
i S'--s length or slr'h, hut the second
f'"l' fnld It w-iis "longer than any
The revenue cutter Seneca, looking
ni.l for berg, may he nsked lo keep her
J eye peeled for submarine, razorbacka.
WMItRIT I .
Enters the Best
5 Homes :
For 1 25 years Carjtairs' purity and
excellence have never varied. It U
finest foi medicinal purposes and all
occasion? where hoipitalitv play? a
Smooth, mellow, palatable.
Hlended of the finest ryej. Atjed in
The niimlifred label showi our bottling.
FRIEDM ANN ANDBLUE
iTALK OVER HIS CASES
I'.pilin Doctor Still Withholds
His StMTi'l From I. S.
ASKS A HOI'T A I.K'KNSE
fHniiol Do Tiitrfitnte Rusinos
I'ntil Orip;in of Sprnin Is
Wasiiixoton, April 13 Dr Fried
rail Franz Frledmnnn hnd his first
conference with Stirfteon-deneMl Hit
pert Ulue of the I'nlted States Futile
Health Service to-day.
The entire course of Dr Frledmann's
operations In this country wns dis
cussed and the doctor Informed ' the
(Jovernment authorities concerning; his
series of -experiments, continuing oer
a period of almost n deende, as a re
sult of which he perfected what he
says Is a tuberculosis cure, developed
from bacilli In nn Infected turtle.
Dr Frledmann made no proposition
to turn his cure over to the United
States Oovenrment, as he had an
nounced Ihnt he stood ready lo do.
Neither did he agree to let the Gov
ernment authorities have his secret.
According to a statement Issued by
Surgeon General Ulue, Dr. Frledmann
Inquired what steps he would be re
quired to Ink" In order that the vac
cine might be nfferd for sale tietween
States. To Tiik Ht'N correspondent Dr.
1 ' ' " lllllll "' ""'
l'...,1n,nM .1 ,. H I n.l . I . r. . . .. V. .1 n - .. I n
, ttntU,n of placing his cure on the mar-
I ket himself or of turning It over to any
j nn -,, fnP PnmmrrM m,rooe.s. hn
.,,,1 jhat he desired to meet with all
requirements of the Onvrrnment and
to protect his discovery In every pos
slide wav from unscrupulous quacks,
(1 'n H'ne's statement follows:
'Dr Frledmann and his secretary. Mr.
Htiiirtt. called on Surgeon-Oeneral Blue to
ia and discussed the tuberculniils cases
that have been treated by him In New
Vork. Dr Friedniann also contmlted Dr,
lllne with tegarcl to the steps thnt will be
necessary under the law In order to ob
tain a license for the rule ot his pioduct
In Interstate commerce
"It was explained to him that until the
exact nature nf tho remedy and the
method of Its preparation had been re--naled
nnd the claims that had been mad
for It had been substantiated by official
tests and investigations a licenae for its
siile In Interstate commerce could not be
Issued. Dr Ulue was much Interested In
Ur Frledmann's report regarding the
eases Heated by him In New York. Dr.
I-rleiiniann said that several of the cases
which he had treated were In the third
stage of tuberculosis at the time of th
beginning of his treatment, nnd that h
did not consider them as the best type of
c-ases for the demonstration ot the effi
cacy of his treatment. He suggested
tn tlie SurKeon-General that more cases
In their first stages he provided and made
the claim that the patients tn the early
stages have retponfled reMllj to
The law governing the snle of the
Frledmann cure In Interstate commerce,
Is nn net passed In duly. 1902, providing
that a license shall he Dstted hy tho
Treasury Department upon tho recom
mendation of tho Public Health Service
In order thant nny vaccine, antitoxin or
serum be offered for sale between
Stntes In order to tecommend such
a license the health authorities must ho
made acquainted with full knowledge
hk lo the composition and manner of
making the compound. It Is not neces
snrv for the health authorities to find
It a guaranteed cure lo grant a licence
for Its sale.
Dr. Frledmann hnd expected to leave
to-nlfflit for Providence, but he decided
to stay until to-morrow In order to call
on President Wilson and to perform a
clinic at tho George Washington Uni
versity IIospIt.il. Morn than fifty
patients have volunteered tn take thit
treatment. Ho will betrln In the clinic
nt I'.-Sil In the afternoon nnd leave at
night for Providence.
FRIEDMANN HELPS GIRL
Dr. Klein ny Serum Arrested DU-
rmr In Month,
Dr. I.ouls Klein of 334 Stone avenue.
Kant New York, said last night that he
believed pulmonnrv tuberculoids haa
been arretted In the cane of one of his
younK women pntlenta who was treated
n month oro by Dr, Frledmnnn.
Un snld ho would not declare a cure
hnd haon fffected, but he thought thn
gains mad were strong Indications of
the value of the remedy,
Dr, Klein would not (five nut the pa
tient's name. He aald ihe had Rained
four pounds In weight and had hecome
strong enough to return to work. Ha
thought another month' observation
would deride whether a cure had been
?B. Altaian $c (Ha.
are showing a number of new models ir
Women's IHiigh-dass Gowns and Taibr
made Suits off superior workmanship
and representing the latest fashionable
materials and colors, at the following
$50.00, $68.00, $95.00 to $1165.00
$58.00, $75.00, $05.00 to $1145.00
$65.00, $85.00, $110.00 to $1145.00
Speciall Sales wflll! be lhefld tHiSsday
(Monday) off Wonmeini's TrSminniedl
Leghorn Hats, Moosq oetaire
Gloves amid dretomiinie Artocies.
B. Altmatt & &o.
are prepared to furnish, at short notice,
Seamless Rugs of Hand-made Oriental
Carpet, in plain colors and in any size
up to 20x40 feet ; ' aEso seamless Rugs
of American Chenille fabric, in plain
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Special attention is given to the Making
to Order of Rugs of desirable textures,
dyed in colors to harmonize or contrast
with individual schemes of interior
JTtftl) Atuiwr, 3411) mth 35ti, Stxttts, iStw fork.
FARM PRODUCT FREE
LIST REACHED TO-DAY
"Mnrkpt Kaskpf" Ts Exiict-led to
SI'tfAH MEN AHK ("VKI
Southern Senntors Will Keep
l'p the Fiht in Their
Washinotov. April 13,- The Hemo
crata of the House will resume con
alderation of the Fnderwood tariff bill
In caucus to-morrow. In view of yester
day'!) defeat of those who wanted sugar
on the free Hat at once It is not likely
there will be any further trouble In the
caucus. Itoprescntatlve t'nderwood
demonstrated that he is in control and
Democratic critics of the bill have de
cided to accept the Inevitable.
The. agricultural schedule will come
up to-morrow. Thla embraces what Is
known ad the "market basket," which
provides for many tree food products
and others on which the rates are mate-
rlally cut. City members may make a
wild demonstration against the schedule, i
but Mr. I'nderwood Is convinced that It
will be adopted.
Democratic members of the Senate
Finance Committee will resuino their j
conferences to-morrow. Most of the
day will be devoted to consideration of
Items In the Underwood bill. It Is
manifest that many amendments will bt
made. The committee chairman, Senator
SlmmonB. believes there will have to be '
a readjustment of many Items and that 1
In some Instances duties will have to be
Increased for revenue purposes. Senator
Johnson of Maine will offer amendments
changing duties on some of Maine's
products. Senator Stone nf Missouri Is
not entirely satisfied with the, lead sched
ule, while Senator Shlvely of 'Indiana
will advocate neveral changes in the
House bill rates, notably in regntd to
wheat and flour.
It was learned to-day that Senator
La Follette has taken up the cudgels for
the millers and has asked the Finance
Committee to give them a hearing. Sen
ator La Follette believes that taxed
wheat and free flour la an Incongruity
He also believes tha 8enata Finance Com- '
mlttee should glva public hearings.
He is opposed to the closed caucus
such ns that now being held by the 1
Democrats of the House to perfect a
tariff bill. The Democratic members of ,
the Finance Committee have announced ,
that they will not give public hearings
$85.00 to $1150.00
on the bill, nlthough it has been sun
gested thnt in extrnordlnary rases thev
will accord private hearings tn repre
sentatives of Industries that hold the
have not been fully heard liefore th
Wnys nnd Means Committee
Sennlnr John Sharp Williams Is In
the open ngalnst the Fnderwnnd bli
He declares it is not a revenue meai"
tire nnd objects to free sugar and sev
eral other Items In the bill
The Indication of a growing rev-nit
among Southern Senators becomes mme
marked dally. It was said to-day th.v
In addition to the two Louisiana Sen-
I "tt,r" "'ere are probably four others
I prepared to oppose the bill ns repnrten
I The objections are mainly to free sugr
the rates fixed on pineapples and other
, tropica! fruits, free lumber and th"
'small duty or lack of duty on nth"
! lending products of the Southern
Among the Western Senators the nnh'
, one who has proclaimed himself openlv
.against the I'nderwood programme is
I Senator Walsh of Montana. He has an
I nounced to his constituents that he n I
' not vote for free wool or free siiem
llerlieley srnnn to Move .Inne I.
The Heikeley School, nt Sevent-evnfl
street nnd West Knit nvenue detre
correct a stntement that notice hart l"'1
given to vacate the school hy May '
cause a new building Is to he elected
the site The school will tenialn in
liresent tillllrllnf- lllllll .lllne 1. when t w I
ninve to a new location, announcement "f
which will b" made later
To cast aside the hastily
woven rug, the half wotn out
modern rug masquerading as
un antique, the spurious rug
which may well deceive less
trained eyes, the rug UN
WORTHY FROM ANY
CAUSE, means to exert a
guardianship which is certain
to find appreciation.
By doing this we present in
Wild's Orientals only the best
grades of both antique ana
modern rugs at prices which
arc a measure of their use
fulness to you.
JOSEPH WILD & CO.,
Fifth .Wenuo and 35th Sired