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FIRST DEPARTMENT STORE STOP ON HUDSON TUNNELS.
August Furniture Sale Continues( B y Furniture,lRugl^^tc^ I c I on Easy Payment Plan I °ur fhars»* account department, 5th floor, B « n will make terms to suit your convenience. I Our New Jersey trade is phenom enal. This is your nearest New York store. Bring this ad. with you for these specials $25 Sideboards a*#*** ^rtfBBBMfi *15 ! A very attrac tive, finely finished Amer ? ican Quir- ' ^ sradous °i*n*n $60 3=Piece Parlor or Library Suite and silver A splendid Colonial design exactly like picture. Framework of heavy drawers, also selected birch, with hand-rubbed mahogany finish. do a „ wine closet of High-grade upholstery workmanship, plain seats and mi goodly size. tufted backs. The coverings may be chosen from No. 1 V i •W Note the pretty shaped mirror in panne pliish or silk plush. Both in a variety of • W M . mantel. shades . $5.50 Enamel $3.29 Extra Feature, $0.75 $29.50 Exten- $| ^.50 Beds, Special, $ 2 Couches, O sjon Tables, at . I * Posts 1 i-io Extra Special inches, 6 tillers, heavy T ball construction * Exceptional value represented in this serviceable couch. Oak | I frame, full spring construction, . * j cover of heavy chase leather, tine of the greatest values in the B rr ~ ~ ' August Sale. Beautifully grained and *20.00 Couches of ^.75 hand .polished; solid guaranteed oak, $io.no Bed and Spring QC Velour or Fabricord, I ZL massive round pillar, very attractive S 1 at.. _. base, with great hand carved feet; 44 ■ spring.. w (Sale Fifth Floor.) inch top, extends 6 feet. thk hth stbkf.t stoiii:—wk isivk i.imam si \ sins *London Dockyard Employees Raising Hands in Pledge to Stand by Their Big Strike ---5=-~X aFWSta IMHII Bilk T^J — ill I gar - ■ Thin reinnrknhle new* photograph, jnnt In from London, shown n riciuonntrntIon of dockyard striker*, when thounnmln mined their linndn pledging theninelven to ntand by the ntrlke until their employer* Rive In. TRAINING GUNS ON STRIKERS Troops Rushed to London as Others Camp in Liverpool. (Continued from Flnt I'ltae. > the Cunarder Caronla, which should have sailed Tuesday with a full pas senger list. Although tile passengers left London for Liverpool, the vessel did not get away simply because it had not a crew. The chancellor of the exchequer, David Lloyd-Ceorge.declaredtoday !ha'. the government was determined to pro tect the railways and the food supply at all cost and would not depart in the smallest degree from .its determina tion to protect life ami property. "The government." he said, "is bound to protect life and property, but its re sponsibility does not end there. It must do all in Its power to see that fair play Is given the community at large. Nothing Is further from the mind if the government than even to convey the impression that It would intervene in the Interests of any party, it is es sential that the government should preserve an attitude of impartiality. It certainly does not mean to give any guarantee or to lend any eountenane to the theory that it has undertaken in advance to lie any party to t'-.e con troversy-" Sir Guy Granet. general manager of the Midland railway, gave out a state ment in which he said: "The railway companies have not had this situation sprung upon them. They have been making arrangements for some time to cope with such even tualities as they are now faced with. I am quite satisfied there is no occa sion for panic. Although there In evitably will be a certain amount of dislocation of traffic and inconvenience to the public, myself and my colleagues are satisfied that we will be able to Fee-Splitting bp Doctors for Operations, a Menace NOTR—Citizens of Newark who are familiar with the practises and ethics of physicians are join ing in the general and rising criti cism of over-operatiilg. It is as serted that physicians who advise their patients to undergo operations by specialists split the fee with the specialists. By Arno Doaeh. For years fee-splitting has bc*n a secret disease of the medical profes sion. The fee is split between tin physician who gets the case and the surgeon who performs the operation It is done behind the patient’s back Secretly carried on it cheats all hands It has grown* up in the darkness undei the cover of "medical ethics.’’ Fee splitting is becoming so common in this country that the men who refuse to pass through the gate which is left open foi them are beginning seriously to 'fee give a service which will meet the firs requirements of the Situation. "We have three objects in view ii the event of a general strike. In th< first place we will provide, as far a; possible, for the conveyance of the foot of the people. Our second object wil he to feed the principal manufacturer! and merchants with coal and raw ma terial. When these two objects haw been attained we will, to the utmos of our ability, deal #ith passenge traffic demands a yd meet them as am ; ply as possible." Ramsay Macdonald, leader of tin Rabor party, declared today that re sentment shown in the present crisii has been accumulating for year unc that the men have been driven to thi conclusion that they cannot obtain jus tice without force. He said that tin trades unionists thought that they die not get fair play when they appeaiec to the law. It was the duty of thi House of Commons, he continued, no merely to talk about law and order but to see if it could not establish something like justice for the poor Rents and the cost of food had gom up, but wages had not increased, hi declared. AVIATOR BADGER’S BODY TAKEN TO PITTSBURG - . PITTSBURG, Aug 17.—The body o William F. Badger, who was klllei Tuesday at the Chicago aviation meet the"*efffect. T have it from men who are most capable and highminded that their business is going to charlatans. Why have not the doctors themselves done something about it? Medical ethics! Why should a gentlemanly courtesy prove so corrupting an influ ence? Because it refuses to allow light on anything that concerns the profes sion. Good doctors assail the out and out quack, but the unworthy doctor, so long as he is "ethical" is protected by silence. The trouble lies in the way doctors are paid. Nowadays the big fees are going to surgeons and specialists and, by the time they are paid there is not much left with which to compensate the family physician who hns the re sponsibility of the case. This often makes it necessary for the physician to dicker with the rpecialists whom he calls into the case. This opens the way to more crooked deals. when his aeroplane fell, arrived here today, accompanied foy Captain Bald win and John Goettman. It was taken to the Goettman residence in North j Highland avenue. Arrangements for J the funeral have not been completed. TENER ACTS IN LYNCH CASE. COATESV1LLE, Pa., Aug. 17.—No “ 1 more arrests will be made In connec tion with the lynching here last Sun duy night until after the conference between Governor Tener and District Attorney Robert S. Gawthrop, of Chester county. The governor is said to be dissatisfied with the progress made so far and the district attorney was late last night summoned to Har risburg. CECIL RHODES'S NEPHEW KILLED. , LONDON, Aug. 17.—Stanley Rhodes, a nephew of Cecil Rhodes, Is dead as the result of injuries which he received in an automobile accident yesterday. His wife, who was formerly Mabel Russell and a Gaiety chorus girl, Is also reported dead as a result of the accident. - HAND CUT ON CELEBRATION. There is a deep cut on the hand of Joseph Malorano, 20 years old, of S3 Fifth street. He was at an Italian celebration last night, and while two ! men were fighting was stabbed. Hl^ l wounds were dressed at the City Hoi. , pltat. .‘A - ''r'.rp...'* . . P .■ NICHOLAS DEL BOSCO, WHO WAS INNOCENT CAUSE OF KILLING OF HIS PARENTS % I FORMER NEWARKER AND WIFE KILLED OVER BABY. Tried to Take Infant Son from Foster Parent. • Mrs. Rose Del Bosco, 45 years old, and her husband, former residents of this city, were both killed in Brooklyn yesterday while taking their child from the woman’s brother, Gufseppe# Ri bis, 50 years old, a clerk in a law office, Their son, Koeco, 19 years old, was also shot but not fatally. The child, Nicho las, had been given to the brother in May last. Another son, Frank, died recently and the mother longed for her baby. It was trouble over possession ! of the baby that led to the shooting. It is said that at the time the child was given to the brother th<* Del Bos eos lived at 10 Jacob street, this city, but at that address today none of the inmates knew the family. ARRESTED AS THIEF, GIRL PERFORMS VANISHING ACT Captor Let Her Go to Adjoining Room to Dress. Arrested on the charge of having stolen a ladiSfe’ ^old hunting-case watch and dresses from the home of George L. Hoxie. 99 Clarewell avenue, Montclair, Lizzie Deegnan, a rbrmer servant girl at the Hoxie home, nlftily slipped through the hands of the po lice last night. The Deegnan girl lives on Second street, Bloomfield. She left the home of the Hoxie some time ago, but was suspected of having revisited the place for the purpose of robbery. The case was turned over for investigation to the company in which Mr. Hoxie car ries burglary insurance. An agent of the company took to the home of the Deegnans an umbrella that was found in the Hoxie hoitie, and the mother said that it was the property of her daughter. The Mont clair police were notified and Detec tive Sergeant, Edward Reilly met the insurance company agent In Bloom field. They searched the Deegnan home last night and £11 the stolen* dresses! were found. The girl was placed under arrest, but allowed to remain at the house in charge of the agent while Reilly went for a hack to take her to Montclair. The Nagent, however, had allowed the girl to go to ai*>ther room to dress for the trip. Thence she escaped tnrough the window, as It de veloped after a long wait. As she had a start of half an hour or so and had probably landed in some other city be fore the police could get on the trail, efforts to catch her were unavailing. BITTEN IN LEG BY DOG. While going to work today Samuel Rooinowitz, IS years old, of 71 South Fourteenth street, was bitten In the leg by a dog. He was taken to the City Hospital. His condition is not serious. How to Remove A -Bad Coniplexion lFrom lxmdon Fashions.] Cosmetics can never really htjlp a poor complexion; often they ure posi tively harmful. The sensible, rational way is to actually remove the thin veil of stifling, half-dead scarf skin from the face and give the fresh, vig orous and beautiful young skin under neath a chance to show itself und to breathe. This is best done In a very simple way, by merely applying mercolized wax at night, like cold cream, and washing it off In the morning. Good mercolized wax can be obtained from any well stocked dnuggist. It absorbs the disfiguring cuticle gradually and harmlessly, leaving a brilliant, natural complexion. Of course this also takes with it all such facial blemishes as red blotches, tan. moth patches, sallowness, liver spots, pimples, etc. As a freckle remover and general ^complexion beautlfier this old-fashioned remedy Is unequaled. I BPS! Double ^.^Stamps With Morning Purchases; Single^^Stamps After Noon j r America’s Greatest Furniture House Yliberal credit) I ' W \ 50C Weekly 1 9 opens -an Account || I ^UB^ An account with us is as iv- AS ■ 9 B VP IS If H nR a convenience when you £9 ■ ^ ■ I 1 Ip IK Si S3 i! gB need it most. II reed never ■ ■Jr. I I I I ■ ^®DwaE.Ja Ja It SB worry you, for £.1 H H w M B BJB/M- ^ ^ allowance in case oi accident, iffl ^ P&vgmp y Atcp°r,oms$5pi'ped I ’ 49 and 51 Market Street JKftS £«£.**& 1 Newark, New Jersey $ioo / §7.00 to $19.00 Deposit |1 New York Store--BIock 8th Ave.--35th to 36th Sts.^Worth <r$1.09 to $1.5i a Week^ WE INVITE OOMPAHISON ^ 11 tot;/? PR/CES ARE ALWAYS^ THE LQWEST!j | OUR GREAT ALTERATION CLEARING SALE | Compare Values! You Will Be Convinced IS ^^^^TMta^Thi^^oui^hanc^^Sav^toney^^^ |3 jg9 ft ft Windsor Duplex Roaster if p J H 9m ACTUAL VALUE 50c * lj| Made of Royal granite enamel or steel—each part seamless and K M MB with don bl© Interlocking handles. The handiest and most econo ml -%? cal roaster on the market Has a tlght-flttlng indented cover, Insur 5 ■ IHr Ing perfect basting. Can be separated Into two complete pans—to M ™ bo used as “BAIN MARJK"or cake or pudding dishes, or used as Illustrated as a roaster. Width 14 ^ inches, depth 6), Inches (completei. f /l, c^TAssr’. Al Made by the National Enameling mBlw- , sj% $3 ENAMEL BED I ^A 9 & Stamping Co., one of the best and !p%J olip 5631 I •irfT 9 largest manufacturers In the coun- T ^ S HR 9 try. The purchase of their entire III N I Nil CrlAll* I H 9 reserve stock of these pans enables LM 1 X I i N VJ vlinuy | W 9 us to offer you this 69o article, spe- _ j Bn I«... 1.95 I Genuine leather slip seat, broad f back seat and banister, daw » feet, very 3ui> stantially built, £ Pretty designs with graceful head ortnal voln^ and foot, white enamel finish, with aciudl value brass knob trimmings. In three foot | J>3, SD6C. at 1.95. ^nd four foot sizes. _J _ M ^ $60.00 PARLOR SUITS, $39.50 Imitation Q *7^ |i Leather Couch s • I i 9 Actual Value $15.14 __ Another evidence of our unchallenged leadership in Parlor Furniture sell- Imitation Leather Couch, It inch;/ ' ing. Our lines are complete and beautiful. This $55 suite is ex- wide, hardwood quartered veneer ceptionally heavy and extremely artistic, covered in panne plush. ^11 u frame, carved claw feet, ail spring j J cYou will be delighted by this fine offering..1/7 u J\edge. J We Close Saturdays at 12 M. Open Friday Bveningj Till 7 o’Cloct Until September 21 Inclusivj Freight Paid within /^oubiTstampTwith Cf q mnc SifR'e Stamps^ F™fh‘Pad "„ill,,n t 100 Miles on Pur. Morning Phases OiampS after l2o’Clock ! 100 M,les on Pur< ' chases of $5 and Over V____/ chases of $5 and Over AUTO DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF NEW JERSEY J % We Give Trading Stamps With AH Purchases - ‘Ant) Place at All Is Home Sweet Home/ Says Thief “Well, It Will Be Jail for Next Ninety Days,’’ Replies Recorder. “There is only my clothes in that bundle. You needn't open it,’’ said a man who gave his name a> Frank Vought to Chief of Police Buttcllffc. of Nutley. “Well, I'll open It, anyhow,” said the c^lef. “There has been too much milk stolen around here, and I think -you know something about it.” He opened the bundle and found the names and addresses of many residents of Nutley and throughout the State. The man was arrested for stealing KEEN INTEREST III NUGENT-WALDRON PEACE COMPACT -— Democratic State Chairman and Former Candidate for Mayor Bury Hatchet. Democrats in Essex county and. for that matter, other parts of the State showed keen interest today In the de velopment of the annual outing of the Joel Parker Association at Avon-by the-Sea yesterday, when Democratic State Chairman James R, Nugent and Mr. Edward M. Waldron, the con tractor, shook hands, after having been unfriendly, in fact, not on speak ing terms, for five years. Just how the two men were brought together Is a matter of speculation. The crowd generally did not wake up to what had happened till they saw Mr. Nugent and Mr. Waldron, John- F. Monahan, candidate for sheriff, and one or two others hobnobbing at the same table at Scott's pavilion. The political gossip today gives Mr. Mona han the credit for suggesting that It 'was about time to bury the hatchet. As far as the two principals them selves are concerned, they say it was one of those things that “just hap pened.” Mr. Nugent and John J. Gillen, a friend of Mr. Waldron, smoked the pipe of peace at the same time, after having been on unfriendly terms for a long time. Mr. Waldron did not say after the peace session that Mr. .Monahan had anything to do directly with bringing himself and Mr. Nugent together, hut he went out of his way to give the Democratic candidate for sheriff a boost, nevertheless. He told a number __-- :_ milk on complaint of Councilman Ernest Q. Weischedel. The councilman said that he saw the man take a bottle of milk from the porch of his neighbor, Robert K. Donaldson. La‘er he re turned and took a bottle from the councilman's porch. ‘Where do you live?" asked Recorder Washington E. Page of Vought. "Any place at all Is home, sweet home, to me. Just put my address down as the world," replied Vought. "It will be the county jail or The next ninety days,” replied the re corder. Chief of Police Suttj'.iffo, who ar rested Vought, found a large knife in his possession. This Vought said he used to cut wild cherry limbs while on his rambles. of newspaper men that he was heart and soul for Mr. Monahan for sheriff. ‘jl believe there is no Democrat," he went on, “who should not support him. I have known him for many years. My own friends are all friends of John F. Monahan. If Democrats will do what they ought to do they will make him sheriff. The enmity that had existed between Mr. Nugent and Mr. Waldron began five years ago when Mr. Waldron was a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for the mayoralty against Mayor Jacob Haussllng and failed. Following much urging by his friends at the outing yesterday that he run this fail for a second term in the Assembly, Assemblyman Michael J. McGowan announced today that he had made up his mind not to be a candidate. Mr. McGowan said that he had made a personal sacrifice in going to the Assembly last winter and that he could not afford to neglect his per sonal business a second year. Assemblyman LeVeen and Assembly man Backus have not yet made up their minds whether they will be can didates this fail for a renomination. They were given many pladges of sup port yesterday if they decided to re enter the race. D^ING FROM DRINKING FIVE GALLONS OF WATER PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 17.—Having created a high water mark in the consumption of iced water by drink ing five gallons in two hours to quench an intense thirst caused by the exces sive heat, Alexander Matusio, employed in the kitchen of a restaurant, is in a dying condition from thermic fever, brought on largely, the physicians say, by the water he drank. PLAN LADIES’ AUXILIARY.* At St. Aloystus's Hall. Oxford street, on Sunday next a ladies' auxiliary of the A. O. H. will be instituted, to be affiliated with St. Aloysius's R. C. Church. The State and county officers of the order have been invited to at tend. Divisions No. 2, of Newark; No. 8, of Montclair; No. 4, of Belleville; No. 5, of Orange, and Mo. 6, of Orange Val ley, will attend the oeremonies In a body. Star want ads are read by people who : /o buyers- Advertise la the Star. _ WE have convinced a few hun dred people that we do have, roast and sell 'the Genuine Arabian Mocha Coflee, at 113 Mulberry r'-t. We want to convince you and sev eral thousand more. We are so sure of your trade after you once drink Mocha straight or mixed with any other good coffee, that we seil it under a guarantee and give free samples—price 32c lb. ' FRIDAY SPECIAL SUGAR, J|'c Limit Four Pounds E*Ta8/ti, to a Oustomer F. Y. Reilly Tea Go. (Inc. 1907) N«xt to Noll's Seed Store NORFOLK, Conn., Aug. 17.—Attack ?d by a large blac-ksnake while berry ing In a remote section of the eastern part of this town a day or two ago, Gleorge Nash, 15 years old, was iqueezed into insensibility before aid •eached him in response to his cries When found by John Mahoney, on whose farm he worked, he was un conscious. The snake had disappear ed in the bushes at Mahoney’s ap proach. Nash says that he did not‘see the reptile until it had begun to wrap t Belf about him. * ASK $55,000 BECAUSE FORCED TO TAKE DRINK. , KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 17.-Be cause they sty they wefe forced to drink whiskey at the point of a loaded revolver, Harry J. Behart and J. Laughlin brought suit against the Mis souri Pacific Railway Company for $55,000 here yesterday. They assert that on November 1. 1910, while waiting lor a train at* Lake City, Mo., the station agent and a porter commanded them to drink whiskey and enforced their command with a revolver. VARIED THREE SECONDS IN ABOUT SIX MONTHS. Preacher Praters It. Rev. C. 3. Cramer, superintendent of the Bethelehem Orphans' and Half Orphans’ Asylum, College Point, New York, says: The watch I purchased from CJharles A. Keene, ISO Broadway. New York city, on May 20, 190S, is by far the best timepiece and most accurate timekeeper I ever owned During a period of six months it did not vary three seconds. I would not . part with it at any price and advise* my friends to buy Mr. Keene’s' watches. ___