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put on tlo belt ann went Into dean
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have been drowned
MRS Q U DSC WORKER
1 DEAD IN HOSPITAL
Itari Dl en e Kotnl to KUanorn
Del ProKO Once Noted for
VorU In Mliaton rloldn
Miss Elesnora Del f t > raeo 1 Xy yftt
i old formerly well known In thn down
town Italian Colpny ai a charity nd
mliilori worker and In that connection
a friend of wealthy women among > them
llr > George Gould died todky In the
Metropolitan Hospital on Blackwclls
IsloJidi Her homo was nt No is Han
cock dtreet Brooklyn
In tho lost fowycars shn bad been
frequently received at llellovue In both
the alcphollo and psyohopatlilo wards
having Alien Into evil ways When
M IBB Pel Dfago was last talton to
iJcilovue sha gavo Mrs Gould OR her
nearest friend Mrs Gould was no
tincd of her death nnd It In nrobilhv
tint BOme of the dad woman friends
will provide for her decent burial
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Tpthe Editor of The Ev nngWorldr > f
iSIii TOSt RillHckls Day banqufet In OJ1dQp t < r t It
which Ipresided last nlght always is one oJh sigr r
nlficanf vents of the jeari nd one which rjolri yljh1 i
Mbe fidelity of aIw6iiieter to the position Irish
caus AViil assunie it
Tile striking success of la t nights bariqiM Is
therefore significant TelegrarpSjhave coniejd me from
the IrishWorlds Fair they haV cpmftfrorivNew York
from lp Townand ifbm lIiW S oiQi i Alnl
Among the cbfef guests of jhe fining wa Pty i
ppbnnellj Bishop of Raphqe thenIhere were sub
s rl tlons froty nearly very jil Bishop to the Par
liartientaryfuii r ajl of which HowS tlose urilofrpfai
ranks and classes in Ireland than has existed since the 1
days of Parnell v 1
j As to the fiiture Chamterliij lral1tllertIBl t
promisesiarrearly electfofy n d a ClecJlon Vi utbrI ia
Liberal imjprity which will wililngiy or anwjiilingiy 1
give Ireland in a eat mcaLsur ITgovefnmerit
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pml a ida disposes oft e rumor that Kuropatkin had asked fbty
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The Russiantail litary annals contain no more bitter imperial rebuke I
I mu Jit WM Hn II 1 ttb fiN
Council I nad already deeded to UP
> la t Kuroptkri r the lukden dls
otter the decision toi otmfer > th < taafc
of sftvtns the r m lna rrol ths mr on
LI IHiIttn tti v ry mWttofltt fllKht 1
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a tl orIt It4 J h Ii
Hia reoora 4urbIJih Chinese war
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Nothrnsr furthtr bahved from th
n < > ut UU c f t ar dtHiit 1e dec ra
4 bitUllon wil4h jthardlr icbv r
t l fro i tb detnorftllttUon of tii Muk
4a ratrwt ba v ibn thrown
Into ciW loii by ViiW Mirili l
Oyams f Unl < H m rcll e punutt
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t thi 4 > f w wWA K f i
Mtkta HMIMI d i ir t HakM barb
b n rl d to c tlu bwrlrt U M torn
It I i l
TttequeltJ nof ammunition an4food
Is alio vital BS llt Is known that the
huB ien were odmtfelied to burn fur
< her etores a Tietput where the com
mlaair7fcW > nVybMtniip otd
the halffamished troops when the new
ritreaLt was ordered
J Vladlvoatok Probably Loat
Mot yea In tlitae 6r th po ilbmtr
of iha compltto IOM ofOie IIrDlrill44 tbi
l481uf4 fad that yUidlrpkalc atrcadr
i lbIilitf Iht EmBtttr ctUl tisw Ha
i of Jl6lcI1aut
Preparationsfor Continuing the war
on ilarger scale ihaftevW are proceed
InrThedloiUm ha tfone forth that
flhother army c JJfliOOO melto be
despatched to the Far1 Bast and In
order to iavold delay U hw been deCided
instead of sending only reservo men to
form new armlw lanely of regular
unitsleaylnirthereiieryes to replace the
r tgiilaraIn garrison duty U home
throughout the war many military
meri haye contended tltwnla fatal
mletake to send reserve men to the
FarKast AdlvJalonoHhoI Imperial
Guard will be serjt to tha front
It la tvqt Impibbable tllntomeot this
years conscripts vrilfVbe sent
Separate armies are to be organized
under Gen arpdekoff 9rlpenberfl anij
Kamaroff
Rojestvenaky f Fight
Tim War Council It lIalao undrnioad
hat dtnoltclr decided tiuit VlceAdmlral
J1oJeahenlk lieoullu t hit ori1lfo
nod dYe btttla o the Japeiien In the
forlorn hop of rntaf control of the
tea front Admiral Too
KUROPATKIN HAD
480000 AlEN
tUyA iicUfil Proti
a KtrBHEADQrAnTEnS flat
Unlay March il via YljUow March Id
From Information receved from Ilus
slan prleonors and rutdlnt of Mulcden
It Is esttmtited that jdcti Kuropjtklns
forces at the bejlnninff of the battle of
f
J iJ1 l j1 i4
cpaiTsteti of reort th TOW
men HlrlWs In klll l and wounded
before Mntcliio li tl toalel UVJO OM
Nearly all his wvunded were rwaoved
north ibefpre < th rallwegr was lit beat
bMOC remained In th4 Ruaeiaihoi
pltttli t Mrihdeniv Wr efhun tlf
t li1n4 < t R I Q
pCtaifllfO > i Btporta M tb too numotr
of frlson rs captured nre yet Incsraplete
Qvr211tO were captured In MukiMfitn
cjudlnrthe Wpund d Tha RusilM tt
nre to ires and the railway tatlori <
but ifoy Wef only partially destroyed
The Japantse ssved j lutiquaiitltlirOf
flour ad eaij cake at sother ali pllu
> B ttl eeneAwful Sliht
f V S fAtttfv f i i >
The batli fjd especially In Jt tie vi
InltriJtxf UXatapu five mile vweatW
theMUway present a twrtbtaiilfht 1
Fully tia thou and bodlet Att tllt ly
ing on tljeH id ThwlocalityWu tie
scene of th norc tGrbt ftbtn
ajnmles
I A division of Jipaness altdcktd Llk
smpir andla 1 etnaHiVIlIiiseto > lh4 duUi
and drove the riuistsns Out nfllOtln
much sufterlnR and s fiou JOM 4 tie
ttimiansi on belnp relnforctdj counter
aitociied lbe yniikeii i1 lv
out the 1 lIanOaieaM Ihll t111or
I iioMM The onilrrt brf t
me nouih ot the r
U 1UI1 IIA < d recely In tr 9t i
iu r ntle n1 kJtirt artiUrr fir
m li Jrit lhrvta
Tfai J di itl1 ti
ltlt i 4i J
alt
> eVilNi lUx U r mn I Mulls t 1
U ilITb I j 4j I
t t t I f
I pt IIIf 10 iohl
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11 In II
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ivair 0 f
Mat tke r
Use ikMcli u
Icasnyn > tbt ar
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11 WO d Iiti td
Every itreit lane d lun4
all ib a llII t orAisd Man
butldlnllrlluflll4 croma thl
JgffijW who c wUd into the ror
To aoitt cover fir tbi idiftholnB
trooM wtj1 toocaj5l On account of
the fnn JJlldIinl bolh the JW
n an JnU IanIhlleJ we mde
ac QP4mfte CI
r pr
WIFEELOPEO i
SAYSR K FOX i
Publisher Asserts She Ran
Away with Hungarian Army
Officer and Brings Suit for
Absolute Divorce
Justice Ddwllng eKT d an orter this
aftenioon permittlns Hoses H Ore
man to ierVe n summons and com
plaint bv publication In alt fiction
brought t by RicUard K Fox editor of
the Polici1 aazette agalntt hja wife
HoUnA Fox for absolute i divorce
The order was knuited upon nffldavl ts
I1lei1I tglris that ilrs ros liji eop cl
with an offlcer In the Hungarian army
named Alfred Stein
Jllohard K Fox Is fiftyeight years
old and hi wife ts of the same ace
They were married In London in Aug
uat isss f
The charge Is mudothat1otra5ox
and her aJlcgftd Hungarian military af
finity ran away Europe on th Araer
leAn liner New York on JanO and
hat her present whereabouts are un
known
oIiID
TWENTIETH VICTIM OF
ALLEN STREETFIRE DEAD
Clnrn alnslicrff Cnrrled from
IluriilttR Tenement by Poilee
nnn VIe of Injnrlei
Ml s C Ginsberg seventeen ywv
old of No IDS Allen Btreet one of
lhon rfflcufii though terribly bitmed
4t the tlrl whlili MUiad the diiitha ol
nlnntcen ptmoni In the tenement there
on TufHitayf died todiy In Gouvcrncur
IJc lII1I
80 was alien out of the hwMIng
tiv fatnlmnn John 11111d1l who It
InDellev lnowilnd It WU Uiou7hl
oho iiilKrtt recover Bhe mtkei the
twentlelh victim of < the flre horror
I to listra Chnrffe for It
Advertlttmcntf Tht World mar betitt
alan American Dlnrlet Utwiostr Qfdoe
la the Mr uatil p PM
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HIS NIECE
Willi Mrs RooseveltaofMiss
AIieHe Jouriiey s lIer
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BRIDEGROOM A COUSIN
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Ceremony Performed Only In
i5fesj orpejative and
i ji ediate FriQnwiA
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MiSS ALICE A BRIDESHAiD
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Bride > VM IM Kleinor fiooaevalt
1 nd the irldegroom Frank
> bef no Rooievejt
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iliEJeIlJlOr Roosevelt diuikhter 9f
the late Mr find Mr BlllOtt Roose
velt was trialTied this afternopri Jo
Frank Roosevelt llnt the hontx
cirtllIJ flryParhh Jr No 8 Eaat
Seventysixth itrcot Pre Meiit ROOM
yelt who li the un leOIibebr1de and
couilii of tho brldetrpom gaye the
bride kwayf i
i Tie kremony wi asimple one The
idjolnlntr home of JIri Ludlowfcaa
thrown open for the occasion Krid tilt
4t InarTMnia of both bOIlIU Iflii rat
JI y moyftble partition weri thrown
nta on MMUIIIS hall for the troddlnir
tI ony 6py re1Al v sot tl bride
ad4 brldeffoom and their imotttntl
mite friends were preioni
ientae verwritn the
trfp from Wublnirton tQb present at
tht i weddlBir tho d Iot Trhl6l WM
ait i to accornodita i hli oonT nteric > ir
rlv J at th Pariah horn but a short
tlj1 t lG t C r1lr MrPo
yaft and hr daUfh < ar Alice were the
only other membersofthtPr Jildental
household present at the ceremony
J
beentir lower floor < the Parish
and Ludlow homeswere decorated WUh
njjbffdaljotea and srhllax The Wtd
1nVproee slofi which started in the
tiqmo of Mrs Parish matched down
the an from th second floor and
between broad ribbons of white sattri
proceeded the drawing room ot Mrs
L dUi1blQtiirIeltftlle4 with
ri UIAftlie big Louts XVI fireplace
thej procession halted the rjblionswere
torn apart and the jueets crowded
arflijnd the bridal party
The bride aillinii i and happy leaiwd
Jibiltbar iVni prrthe Presde lt who
iiofced mono solemn than whch he ni
Mfsti PUWlu function Uutjhe did
iiatmaJntaJn > n austerity of cxDrcs
elollJorany length of time oudi boforo
Wh rtntlpal p the bridesmaids una
uantra hadtakwi up tliclrpoattiooshm
fiittillostlla ee eritii MriinO ehl
anCMfin i Altee wltoled tha btde
waldaTatood near the bride
3RiebrMeiWorei white din > JrOw1
w It Dcourttwln ThA trIIlUinr
11 11tOInt IJ le i4ni orAn bI0180IJU
tbvnndlaeQal111 lIOD1Ihav i
I Ibeen ivhl by tho br 4 rrand
1t broad pearl collat ttilflt
ottht mothet f tl1 b
yJrcled the 11114e IcJr rJ4Mmien
bowitnot the glU Odl1tItI jwar
fDelano adornedihj > huuoe an4l
iJ lD4cr entd held the yell to her
rlnI1e hand stoe carried a largi
O lq eo miM rtbivJleyi
iI1 jrldtwaalde Mlas Allo Boose
It Us Corlnne Douglas Roblneon
I belia < BelraesMlie Muriel Hob
UIUP pumm lelen Cuttlnr 1 ud =
iSMia Delano entered ewrylnjfbpu
QUets < jro e fb r wort simpse
white allk fawns trlmmedr wlth lace
and Bhon court vefa of tulle fa ten a
with three white feathers held with
Uttr plne
1IVW W v i
The bet 1anwa Lathrpp Brown
jRoosevelt tRoosevuih8jf6Fother of
Fr nk Delano Roosevelt was to have
hid that I ° n6r but he jr JILin the
soulli and was unableto attend The
ushers wert Owen Wlneton Thomas
Pileal Lyman Delano Warren Rob
blni Charles0 Bradley end Nicholas
Diddle
Aa the brWe jjiod JjWft0 K6k
their places tne Rev Elidlcott Peabody
of Oroton began the weddlnp ceremony
Preiident Hoosevelt wae ihe flrst to
offer congratulations ahd bis beaming
wee wa but an Indicationot their
heartiness Then the handshaking
nrratultllilt became Jten r J Mr
Uowevftlt onQ Miss Altw takingan afi
UThe1 > rideirooin lived at No SOO Madl
oni avenue Hia father died flvj years
ago and was VloePreatdentof the Del
aware and lludipn nallriaa Franklin
Delano RooseveUwaa graduatedfrom
Harvard with the class of UM and Is
now twintythree rIoldi He was
the editor of the Crimson ills mother
ua Miss Delano the daughter ot
Warren Delano
The bride Was educated In England
and since her school dayn has lived In
tWa clUt
Among 1heiguata were Mrs Valen
tine 0 Hall Mrs B U Hall Miss
MaryHIU1 Mr and lira Lawrence
Waterbury and Mrs Henry Parish
Mrs Eugene fiklfnip Mr and Mrs
Douglas Robnson nnd Mrs Vj F
Crtwies
After the weddlnsthe President his
I wife and daughter returned < o tJie resf
I denco of hll1unlln Flftysevenl
street
tFFOnrrT
EFFORT TO BREAK
UP BIGAKADE
Fft e Alarm Turned In and Pirn
CiiBlueii and Truelci Rmniiied
TlirnnKh < ho Iliio
While the great parade wan passing
Fortysecond street going up1 Fifth
avenue this afternoon some one with
a distorted sense of humor sent Inl
flre alarm from the Bristol Building at
that ROrnfri
ROrnfriWall with twentyfive men
olCilr the street of para m giving
the engines and trucks room It was
found that automatic alarm i had
been rune bv breaking n class with a
amall hummer wovldtd for itho puipon
bv sn ie unknown nerwn A n aroi r
the building failed to locato tha mis
creant The parade was delayed about I
fifteen minutes
TRIArPOR YOUNG OR
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RE1EASE ON BAIL
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Duntnn Voungi who has spent six
years In tihe Tombs under the charge of
murdering Oeorge Ebsrhard and who
his Inproved his time by studying jaw
MUst be tried by June 1 orreleoeed on
ball Justice Truax so decided In the
Supreme Court today
younn has been trjed twice and twice
fqund Kulliy Eachtrial his beenfoo
10WedbylIli npnrAl and tho satln
aside of the verdlot
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KILIEO GIRL IN >
NEWARKHOTEl
Mamie Dennis Styj to
J Sj j1g1 Dlf4JroMi
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AUTOPSV REVEALS irA
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Supposed io Have Taken Head
aohe Ponder inResort She
Visited with Comp lo i
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MiSsJN SINCE WEDNESDAY
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Flrat Belief Waithit GirlHad Been
II ereH Frqiant Vliltor
at Reiort In N wark
Mamie Pennls tha ygunir giri who
wi fajmd dead in tlejW raabJnitqn
Hiiel In Newark liif nltht and waa
at nrit bollevcd bvtheDOllce to hate
bun strangled WM < not murderejli
CoUnkriPhyjlclan performed
ah itftbpijripn the I body today nd i dll
covered that jthV lrV died pf heart dll
< e aunerfndiicMl by a b6adacn
puwder preoie unusual excltemtriti
THT y rnp sn yjplenco any
whar about th podyj aald Dv Me
enEJe afl rwurdj The g iria lieart
Wn linilkllnltu tvikll nnti tttir uMttlf t
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a 1j Informed that the man with jier
iwttbcriiprai ihe < idaeh powdtra y ir
dafandHl quite likely that th
otl I or ll ao on the heart paused lI1r
death
TI laiiitjty of th Dennla flrt wU
at aHea today by the r01ll y City
p 3lc v Bhf wa Hventceh yea rp old
and tha only child of Jolm 11 Deonla
MJnteri of K Ii itf HopKltrs ftvhue
JerMr City Helfhls She had nlway
borne an oxccllent reputation
SAYS f AW EY
MARRIE R
Mfss Miriam Morris Tells Ven
Ing World Story of p
Waitiage to State ep tor
an dPredlctsrrQuh e
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MJ8i MlrUm iMprrit of typ Kl West
One Hundred aijd jDhfeehth istreei
whoha startled many of Senator
Janies J Frawicys ccnsltuents with
tha deelttratipnthatJie ir jier divorced
huabaha and the father orn finboot
who la eheered on the btttti rtglVter
tt tije Ifluwaji of yit l Statistics
James J irawlw iJrJ told fan Eyen
In Vrll1 reP9 U o d jcnum
staofiajj tflry ofher nianiageahddl
VOt f
Th younr woniandeclar l that if
the Benator porslita in hta denial of
ne warrlaie sbe will make a few dis
closures Jci JJw public thai will make
the lhlrth lnl1Auembly District1
sly up anl take notice Mlas Morris
aa ahe calli herself since lwo talned
I htp DakoU divorce Is now llvln with
her ibrolher < Ilaw itt j N ntfr
Js absurd for aim to deny our
jmafrtaffe she laid ye lwere mar
rleolnWhltePJoltln ijOJ by R Jus
ijoaVof the PeAC and a record of our
rhnrrliiKejlf ribedori the registers
of yWal statistics at that ctace the
reajon wo weremairritd by a Justice df
ihaypeace was < hat Mr Prawlay Iii
nbnisn Catholic linG i am a J TIM
Wec ii d not have beon marrl d by a
prlcit orrabbl i
Mr FVawley supported me and s Ye
me everythlnK a wlfo < ould ileilre di
rectly ter our marrlaao He took me
with him to all the social and oolUteal
functions he attended and mtxoduced
me M his wife I ihaye many frUnis
and relatives who wHI corroborate my
WC T In every detail
l have a little boy two years old
whowas named Jam J Prawley Jrl
8thll fathers suggestion The record
of the childs bjrtb can found at the
Hoard of Health After Mr Krawley
and 1 sftparatM I vent to live with
my parents InBuffalo fora time Then
Itwent to South Dakota because of 111
health and while there I brought Uie
dlvarca actbn i
fKrr Frawley now paying me a
regular allowance for our childs main
tenance 1 cannot understand the oo >
cntlun for thet Senators denials It
may botllr political reocons or It may
bo for religious reasotra as the Roman
Catholic Church does not sanction di
vorce Whatever the reason lt Is ridic
ulous for liltn to deny what Is a fact
I
OOK lor this Shield
L on the window when
you buy cigars
United Ciflar Stores Co
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Lwy nemBb umme
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ANIU5TKU At Welt llurllngton N Y
onnhurJay March IB 1005 MAHY LOU
ANKBTELU widow of tho Rev John
Ankctcll M A In the ilitymenth fcur
of her III
Int rrMnt at West Ilurllngton N Yo
GI IOIlMtfT a Idn Itintra on nullS
diy Wiutii Ifli STBPHEN fata ON ID
hli Olrth 1Mr
ruiwwJ from the dt1lCeot bit niece
jfri Ftank 6lootttMOW < SMunlM
18t 100 r u
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I U r fAr B D M If j 1 Jm J I
vjs s R ftl
Vefs Gr nt dffte ll nute
ToQeteffSpendTlni iii Eri
deamicnts and Cafe es
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Jd Prp llsesto ijB9TrucI1 j
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WW Rim SFlCKv Nv Jv rtarch
r4Jiilla Bowfie is todiy Uu 101 nr
the soiled ilnen of the olopin pastor > J
FrrinK1 Cordova In order ibatjiotnasf
aptfear prcstntabie tojmorrptT in i the
Quarter Be a6ni Court heI Judittt
StroRK rfinil put the seht neei for the
eonvlctlona In the oSindonment ahJ
a iulf char sThe flrl d1I1I Inter
view withsiCordoVa last hliht an rpnoe
more p ladgedj Wr faith iudconat tidy
Uiac oyrniinledf ahey vftlto into tyje
herirX btticB tid aiked for bo ini > IUII
to a w the prlapneri ne 8he Hit eion
ducUdtha clrl toth Jill door and
houcd inioud for the formermnlate r
Cordova left his cell and carao toward
Julia the iron bars which separated him from
Julia My Jullal
JIlII4mYJullaW ho exclaimed and
rushed toward the jrmtlnff Tbtf bari
are wldo enough npnrt for hlni to put
ou t > hls arm and partjlaily embrace her
Their faces came together In a Ions
InieHpir kiss
Aiy father said tho girl has allows
e4motoviltOUJhallbo true to
you Frank dear always always
Cordova 1Jildthi1t he would be lost
itt quther lust hU life would havo
no relieving or uplifting torce ifhll
failed him
Iwo I > ron iFnuik Ill watt
for you and bnoDler times1 the alrl re
0
plied
Cordova then told her that ho had
hour a the Juiltre would give lmn
thrwyear sentence oh both convictions
lant ft nwfulI IsatiU uwfuir the
girl exolslmed
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Kissed Many Times
For fifteen n lnuteathetwooon
yeracdlnJow tones and then th 4dlb f
iff told Julia that the timo was up She
replied Whati so ioonf I have Juit
bejun to Ulk The couple then itiwed
eyerai times arid the jtlrl left the jiil
Cordova waa very restjeis after that
lie walked up and down nls celt and
afterward conversed with the Jailer
God plclclout4 mat for every
1qnhll said Clod Intended Julia
f Lme Inwdea horrible mistake
when I married
0
FREE IF IT FAILS
Our Leading Druggleta Offer the
I Pcfiple of Noyy York yinoi iIBody
Building Strength nln and
Healing Medicine
Webave a TrarranUJ cure r rlli thin
Urrd dobltltated nervous people It In
Iflitol tne noit delicious annluabll pr
tarillon of cod Irwr oil frt Uncovered
VJnoltonH up the vllseptlre organs cures
ll totnach troablei mikei rtehr red blood
crMlcs itrtoctb and bullli up arm
tealtby flesh
Mr Frank Ortras a lawyer of Wloooikl i
VL writes Permit ine to iray a word
Ihdoralnit tie ptfrleis merits ot your cod
lUer vll prtparatlcn Vluol I was In vtry
pwr health wben 1 bourbt my lint botlli
of Vine 1141 whh Tery iufferor could
ste1 what It has done1 for ne It brourtt
back my appetite put flerti on my bone
nrcnttheoM my nenroussy teni and toneJ
up ray wbolo phynlfil condition yluol
nlmplr wotdersfor me
At we hnei oftiastated In these
rolumDK Vlnolis the greateit itreDth cre
ator known to I medicine and we do not b
IICTe there l a persoa In talsvicinity but
what Ylnpl will beauai at this rtuoo of 1M
yr DrIt ° v orfLtll to niake tne weak
ttrooKand th ilok well
Vlnol Is junliat vilunble for all hacklnj
coiihi chronic cold throat and broncftIM
trnuoliMJ alt Vlnol from any at the fol
losing New York drugglstJi
Wr nuderslBneil
retail drugjlru or New York being Salt
Agents for Vlnol In this city are prepared
to guiranfru It tItlleslronllet nunnery
and roilllulr apree toj return money tc
any one vbo bJr Vlnol 0rUI and It not
Mrfectlr aUaftlYour money will be
returned without ro1upoDr tmbarraulot
qieitlonv Tlili shows our faith In Vlnol
aDd thnl the purobwer t kei > ochances in
1110 < It
Ikrirs DruB BtorN Blsth Ave and JJd
Bt CohierBioaawayand tll I
Hcfftmin It OoCO ond W Broadway
KO V I2 th st1917 Aro Urtam AnU36
TlllrdAn IClolmne Drug tarell1 ElpotbAyp
t25II1St aiiA iElghUi Ave
J Jungiunnn VM ThtrdAvIdS Colum
bus Avei1KMt d 8t
Jn Urooklynat all Uolton Drug Stores
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1 for
The BE51
thitKuirinteidiobtAY
I I fast black and rilnproof
M B Umbrella
Is the BEST dollar Urn
btel nude
sold verywh ro nt M If yoii i
it t th iMP Iend your dealefinamo and
ltllU oril wd will lmv the umbrellii
Made by Mlllor Bros 8t Co
4547 Mipensrd 8t New York
Tnli Guvanlte on Eviry M B Urihrrlla
MBUnl > r la7 rQJ
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Kiivu Time nj Monty by Cumins Htru
JIGGER Aitorlments dcjitKQuali
llei MORE PAVORABLE Termi
LENOX CLOTHING CO
Mil Av iirnr laitli St
8SI Colliinlinx A Inr KMili HI
Open nvfnln n
LAUNDRY VYANTS FEMALE
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td also loirncnti ruo1 t > iy whlln ltamlnl
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FOIDKilHi UKrldiKcJ Uutuul uunury
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LAUNDRY WANTS MALE
HAN ON WIUNOBRSt Uutiul Laundry
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Soafc the f ett or hands on rctlrlnp
fa astfonp hot crwmy Uthif of
CUtlCURA DryanCi
anoint freely wfth CUTICURA
f eitut kJ
Cure and purest of emdlllints
Bandage Ughtly In old soft cotton
or linen For ltching > tominQf i
and scaling eciema > rashes in
flamraatlofl and chaftn rfof rcd
oesi roughness cracks and
fissures with brittle shapeless q
nalU this treatment is simply i
wondfnulfnquentlfcu rfag1 1 l
one night
Ctfflflm nor Cut coidrtlnf ol CtJTICtTIU t
Inp lit JUMlTnt Wo In form of Chocolm Cotlxi j J
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