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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1910.
PRICES GO LOIR
Beef Falls Three Cents Since
Oct. 13 Uld Pork Five and
Packers Declare Customers
Are at Fault If They Don't
It. rOUf retail hutcher put up hi
price aa!n" If ro, What hli ex-
euse thl time? lie Is paying less to.
dey for the hrst grades of meats ttinn
lie pal'! I Week ago because there has
been still another drop In wholesale
Here are the figures of the New York
Wholesale market, arrange! go tha' they
can bg compared by the consumer.
No. 1 beef: To-day. Nov. SI. Oct. 13.
Hlhs and lOing. .UVte, IfltO. M'iC.
Rounds 9'c. 1c. lOHC
Chucks 8V. te. tc.
No. S bOOfl
ttlhs and loins We. Ifl'jc. 12c.
Hounds Mie. s'.c. Rc.
'hucks T'tc. "'j-. T'iJ.
No. 3 beef: .
Ribs and loins., la, s'v". &
Rounds 7'4c 7'i 7'4C
Chucks 6e- 6',c. Gc.
Poik and mutton:
Tork lellM He I4H& IT'ic.
Ihiston butts p rk .lie. Me. ic,'c.
I.smba 10'iC 1V lPc.
Bheep 7". 7i h1.'.
Wlthtil the pat we, k there hn been
n ran of n, In the bent erode of
ilhs and loins, w 1,1 -h rep'esents a total
drop of three cents n pMnd In Its p i"c
since (ct. Ili The wholesale price, of
pork loins has fallen 11', cents sin !g last
week, and cents a pound since the
middle of ( I tobtr.
Representatives of the Western pick-
lng houMi M) that t e public win never
get its share of the price cut made 10
the retail bot hers, unless It ln.-l.-t
"We hnve dl ne n ir part, our prices
following the law Ol lupply and Je-
mnnd," said one Of these men. "Our
Infonnation Is that some of the New
York retail butchers haVS not as .vol
made any cut to t.ielr CUSt inters, while
other retailers who made the cut are
seeking to restore prices to their for
mer high level. Only t;. c mium t m
egulate retail prlcas, and this by in
sisting that his particular butcher give
him m. it at lower price than he ha
been pa) In?.
"Poopl In large cities arc not pay
ing for the meat Itself half the tlm.
.hey ure laying r-.r lng lUXUrlgg ri
butcher enjiys In hi home, they are
paying the high rent ne pays, they are
making good to him the sums of money
he cannot collect from dead beat 'lis.
t-tmers. if the consumer will rlc up
in his might and demnn 1 a share In
the wholesale cut of price he will gel
it. Hut h must Insist,
Restaurant Prices Unchanged.
"In rest.iurnnn the mm prices are
being asked for nt.-.iks. The proprietors I
Of tbeae plaoea lng tl t:-:,t they are pn.v-
lng the same for ineita as they have
.11 aton. I-atr .ns of toe ,est.u.rant.
according b. . .,... ., .,, get
. ..n ..... ...p.. . " r ,
"They s.t- that an honeal restaurant
man does not need to be reminded that
bit steaks should come down. If his
own accord, they lnist he will make
out a new bill f fine to r lot the
lesser cost to him of the minis he sells
t the public."
SAY DRIVERS STOLE $30,000.
i hi . Basloyoon of Qpwoonp rinn
mid Dealer lee Hold.
TVroe employees of the firm of it. C,
Williams A Co at No. M Hudson Mr, et
were arreted to-ii.iy hy deteetlvas,
charged "I'h tne tio-rt ,,f HO.000 worth
or groeerlea from the Arm,
The nun arrested ar Thomas Moves
of No. jo3 He.enth Street, Urooklyn,
I ilpplng clerk; Ed word M 'Mahon of
No. 3io Vet Twenty "fourth street, and
'lavld Mundelsohn of No. S'lo Hart
street, Urooklyn, drlvrs.
All were held by Magi tut. Stelncrt
In .the Centre street Court In .' M6 ball
.nch for examination.
Ilernnrd Blltboa, a grocer at No. 121
XBOaarelt street, whs held In J,0M ball
ns receiver of stolen ffnods,
Mr. A. Little
When tile laltd-1
ba.v rtiponded to
ring of tlK' ,loor
W'll last evgAlnc, a
:: ex plain. -il !te 1
cited room and
Sinon after being
seated at th Ubll he iroM ind '.'
Dear ladies aiui ood gentleman,
Excuse me, i muB
I cannot bear to linger
And see vou all eat v.
This heavy laden Ublf-
Yntir Itutiin and okl vnu tell,
Make u i nt) it.'jrt. recalling
The das when I was well.
Be eure World " lioardcrn Wanted"
Ada. bring hourly people to hcallhf I
places. But perltnpN, If Mr. Wiitei
rracker hud ri in.tined n whilo. ho wuulJ
havg been huppy and healthful as in
dayt gone b;
Woman Becoming Mannish? Positively No!
. - - - - - - ... ., K n (WmhtiiVw m m m m . ftnftrtiWWnrtftrtftiiiVM,B,M,Mii 'i!! W a
Sie's Charming as
Perhaps Her Figure Is Becom
ing More Like Man's, but
the Change Is Simply Making
Her What She Should Be,
Harvard Physical Director
Girls A re Getting More Sensible
in Taking Proper Exercise,
but There's No Chance of
Their Outstripping Men, Who
Aft Aavancing Some Them
fsre-al M Th. F.en.f Wnrld 1
CAMH!U!Oi:. Mm., Pec. 1. "no
you really hcllcve the American jlrl of
to - rtny Is becoming mannish?" an Kve.
ntrLK WorM correspondent asked Dr.
Ijuilley Allen Sargent, director of the
Hem.nway Oymnaalum of Harvard
University, who quoted statement has,
according to report, stirred up the
wrath of those who s'lll believe tha
American young woman of to-d.ty as
dainty and girlish as of yore. For a
moment there waa a great silence.
Then the doctor rose from his swinging
chair and. standing at his desk, spoke
"Is this '.he foolish season of the
year, when the newspapers must send
out to me men who would have me
say what I do not believe and who
write what I have not aald? Is there
such a dearth of news that stories SUM
as this," and he pointed to an article
with a headline that well might make
men tremble In their boots for fear
their day had come. "must he
I 10 evening v or in man. r ..
made another start.
"Bill you do say that there has been
In the last twenty yeare a maikd
change In the female figure, I believe?"
Not Becoming Mannith.
"Certainly, certainly, 1 Ir. Sargent re.
plied. "Bill I do not believe and have j
never held that the girls are becoming I
minntsn, i suppose t:ie roomer eeiy
i-lrl who attends this gymnasium wl.
he wondering, after reading the grUoloa
that have appeared, why I am tryl ig to
t im tl.eir daughter Into men. h.v.
in a few days I will have letters pour-
lng In here from all parts of the coun-
try protesting against my daring to do
gueh thing and telling me that I do
nut know what I am talking about.
The lrl ar gatting more inl
Me; that's the whole story. In
stead of sitting In the parlor and
folding their bands all day they go
out and take exrcl(. Of course
It's going to make a change! But
It Is not going to niak mon of
th,m! , , .
i Hi'tny yearn ai i n 1: n.p, .
la k Of proper gXafOlga
woman With small feet,
wulM, abnormally laige hips. Itoplnf
ihOUlderl and a inall or thin neck,
"To-day W And a chanK The fgl
are somewhat larger, the hips smaller,
dug Undoubtedly to the fuel that the
set worn now la t :;..t attut th
nipa; tne warn laraor-miHw ,
I t:,e siiouiuers aio uruaaer anu uc
tl.nlr nnurMntP,l wlotitv ,111)1 lOMtlV. tile
"oW all of this is due to the fact !
that to.',, iy womM sjterelsa more; t:.ey
,. ,,,.!. Indeed, the
,.,., form that i al.JUl , dt
t.vu ..,, lerely come back to .
,,hnt it orlvinaliy waa.
Men Advancing, Too
' H it bOW nhout the poor men? Dr.
(argent was asked. "Are they sliding
OS k I i faat that women will soon be
their physical superiors?"
In nnwer he handed over a booklet.
"The I'hysique of Scholars, Athlete." and
the Average Student" was Its title. Dr.
Sargent himself, its author. And as The
w.r. i man . pi ned it and looked Dianxiy
over Its pages Of figures and tatl:k's,
the author helped out by saying:
"It allow tbat man 1 advancing-,
not falling back. And as for
tbe woman advanclr? eo rapidly ae
to outstrip th .uu, lt' all non
n. There are men VhO come to the gym-
naslum here and In the first six month I Popper was advised by 'Justice I loff
develop nearly Ut per cent. Now, that 'that she needn't answer any question
.Iocs not mean that they ate going to binding to Incriminate her. ghc was
develop another M) per cent. In the next simply naked if she had married Hyine
few months nt all. So with the women, j n iv.14 and replied that she had.
There has been In the past twenty year m,s. ByrnPoppar about thirty
a great agitation for more athletic and I eight year old. She appenred ex
better developed women and they have I tremely nerVOUS,
heeded the oall. N0W1 they may have I popper told Justice Qoff he lived with
advanced their N per cent, in that time, j ttl() ttKllan a month when he log ned
but certainly they will not advance so
rapidly in the future.
Depends Upon Fashion.
"It does not take any great reaaonng
power to flyure out the 'why' of the
Ohanga In women's flguroa. You co-aid
probably answer the question as well as
I. Ton years from now there will be
only u slight oh an SCI that Is, If too
change Is for tha good.
"The woman of to-day 1 vry
nearly wlir.t she should he and
woman will never advance beyond
th placo wlior eh yroperly be
lontfw. If the change 1 for th
bad It mo y b only a slight on,
and again, porbap a uroat on. It
deptu.t a grut dal upon laahton.
Pai blou lim forced tb female
form out of It true a In th
past; and It may do It In tb fu
. ,'i.v ,. . n.rriw hirw. ... th, BtUoU voted hy Mr. pel waa ft duly
".', i iVo's'r, KaVlS: .PPOlatad Inec, r tha IWJooay.
egopa, thing. . .shouh. ti- wa.piH..t.r..erg organ laaUon In tola dl
waist oonta Into fawhlon ngain, , ven
to-morrow, you would fin.l ta women
i, ... .1.. u,.i.t in in.t ... tnwi.v
"But one thing 1 am eertaln of, tha
uomi.ri are not tie, ,. ulna mar.Msh: th,
arc not so changii aa to -indicate the
coming of the Woman-Man,' a the also ujl hei In the Twenty-eighth Die
headlines of this article atate. You will irrt, and not Injector, a the entliu
be doing the world and myelf favor i Bl)(r3n Hoard In this dlgtrlot wraa g(f
;r you will reruio mis siaierneni wnien
la eeMliteri to me Wo'nar flaure mav
h, T MBaata b beoomlna Ilk
man', hut a to her loiing her wurr.n-
I. ne., femininity, hr charm. I ay to
you, 'No, she ti nV H4UTlrV'
VOMAN Or 20 VCAK A40
upper Admits Her
Two Marriages in Annul
Mr?. Anita IVarl PoBMfa 0T Hymn,
Rpptrt1 be fore Huprome Court IttnVtte
(.()fr tny n ttiBW U) a ,ut)porna ,.,
the cult hrouRht by Julhis lolontan '
Topper for the annulment of his mar-
rlago to her on ehe ground that alie
was the wife of Charles V. Byrne when
she married him last June.
Mr. I'upper. a middle-aired woman
f the blonde type, te.t.fled tha. she
had never been divorced from Byrne
when she married Popper. Iater aha
caused a stir in the corridor of the
County Court House r,y fainting. She
w.ls ngatsted to the street by a court
attendant and returned to her home In
West ime Hundred and Thirty-ninth
When the cuse was called ysslerd.iv
nfternoon Byrne was a witness fo
l'oi);ier, do -larhi.; he .nan led Matilda
Klenlte at ByraCUge In January, 11M.
I'opper swore he married the lump
woman undi-r the name Of Anita Pearl
Keeser this year. Photograph were In
trodUCed ns proof of Copper's conten
tion. Justice (loft said he would prefer
to see the wife personally.
Before She Wenl on the stnnd Mis.
' she liaij anothOf hushand. Then he left
her. Justl e Goff reserved decision in
ROBERTS A WATCHER.
Vol an Inaprrlur in l luhih 1)11 rlrt,
BUBktaaeith i, n., it.- n-.
n-onklvn. n. 1, 1910.
T" tl Mltor nt Tlif Evtnlni World:
in pefeeenoe to your article in frl
intiry KU-rtlon oaas "f Jamr 1 1. Hell,
published In your Issue of Nov. !'),
i dartre tu ay thai ' a not nn
Bleotton Inspeotoi! as stated in your
jiuucr, but waa n wtit bar In tin, T r.-
ty-,-lKhth irtsirh-t ol the Blgl leenth
Agaembly DBtrt ' We Inapootor of
Blactkut who roeelved a n.i cast tho two
. trtot, of irhl n Bi
James n. Dell
' - . . .' '
oitr i. iri. i no . o :o . .a.-ue no
I reeeiveo mm cam tne " voteo eaiiots
M "' KwH'r.
in rararence to .ir. wiuiam naniana
and Mr. Robert i. ii'n
I , . ... . n. ... .,. ,v. i.
i """"' . . n ...
' ganlsallon, Mr. James D. Hell, chair -
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EDWIN If, HOUBRTH.
he. UO Beverly roaO.
WHEN SHE WEDDED
Ever, Says Dr. Sargent
UNDER DR. SARGENT
Mentions One Loss of $3,936,
000 Ties Up Property Here
Seeks His Removal.
urrogate Thomas sianoii to-day nn
order restraining Louis Owsley of Chi.
aKo from noting as OMOUtOT In thl
Stat under the will of Charles '.'
Yeikis. SXCepI where It Is abSOllltl'l)
necessary to safeguard the propert)
j The Surrogate nlso ordered that Owsle)
I"t TVed by publication In .Mr.
Yerlte suit for his removal.
This action whs the outcome (it an
application made by Mrs, .Mary Adelaide
Terkea, the widow, who al aged, "on ln
formation and liellef." that Owsle.-,
namgd M executor of the will In Chi-
eago and later appointed ancillary ox.
ecutor here, had "wasted and lmpr ;,
erly applied" the funds of the estate.
Mrs Yi i kes alleges that en Oct. 'j:
lust Owsley brought about the sserCl
delivery of M,4M,M0 of the bond of the I bad the children brought bof ire su
Chlcago Conn oi .iT.eii Traction Company prne Court Ju lice Whitney, who held
to the Chi i go itaiiways Company fori that the Heno divorce wsj not binding
n,l01,noo, The accrued Interest on eacn I In this gtate, ami h it jean and Lynde
bond a tl'.J, aOOOrdlng to Mrs I In t'-.e custody of their futaer.
Yerkc-H, w-i.lcl, c iused a losa to the
e;a'e of 13, 908,000.
Mrs. Y'erkes declnres that her In.
tei eat In her K it-band's estate, If rep--y
n.imlnlsUM-ed, would be more Mian
tJ.i-on.nflo. Oweley, aba ..vh, hns in
vested money l.i securities imattthorlaed
hy law and ha ntberwlaa gratl)1 In
jure.t ma prop, rty.
She F.ii ed In Chicarjo.
Mr. Yerkc tried noma time agn 10
have Oweley Miatod a- executor In Chi
ttagO, tut fallrd. lie under a bond
0l IN0.OM in an llary executor in thia
Owsley l. " man of email mean."
worth not more than 1100,0110, with no
buatnega except the executor-hip of the
Yerkei . state, and B unfit to administer
the estate. Mrs. Yerkei allege. Mr.
Yerkes'a lawyer !s .lan es Itus, ll S .ley
of No. 21 Rchan place.
That Oweley employe 1 hi lawyers
the firm of Jollne, I.arkln ft Rathbone, Wolfort'g Booat. the equipment of his
attorney for the Central Trut Com. , law office, ahou' 110,000 i-. cash ami
pny. irhleh hni n Intereat'adveree lolgnaut aB,0N m New Yo ... boadg,
the ea.e, is Another of Mrs Ytrk's'e i Those Interesti i ,: Wolfart's
a to tho "echeme or oonaptraey to
surrender" the bonds of the Verkaa es
tate to f Cfhleago Rallwayi Company,
Mrs. Vt-rk. say a i
"This sale a'.ih rot In ood fllh, or
made irli ordinary pruden "
Accur.es Chie:go llallw.tya.
Tho bonda ware Uu led by the Chi igo
Conaoltdajted TTotlon i. . A:-
guaranteed by Hfg i uior, Railway ''-i-
MB ih. Union ... , . tb. f -
ffi'v' $5i tSffi borldl
She adds th it H,eTO,000 of the I, nds weie
,., .i- '..,.i, ..u- a , ..... .. .... ...... , .. .
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central Truat L-orrpany us truetee, .n)
hvl'? T" ."T"" .'! .l" " ' fW P'
i i oan " .,,. o-. ."-i i. - a,i a
iia" uompanji r-r toani .uno'innng i
Thin. he agyei a- a trifle nior loan
the accrued Internal, and If i)rley had
done, in duty he w.mi.i have auc.t the
. . , . . . . ...
auarwBiora o in owiai ior tueir tun
; value lnatea.1 of disposing of them gt
A louo. .-.lie ii.ii.i-- , .. mi,.', , uit.i c.t.i-
.nlrev hatwaan Ow.luv and tha Chi.
.w........ . .M..u...,. 1
cage Hallway CKunpaAr.
Wi tnt LY
NC I ONWNfr
IAN MllLtTlC WOrWAN
Reach Agreement Following
Aspinall's Advice After Tw o
Habeas Corpus Actions.
An agreement was reached today in
Justice Asp. nail's Court. Urooklyn, be
tween Mi. and Mrs Cor. I,. Ontlln,
whhel. rcsultil In n UpenSlotl of the
habeas corpus i lion over thg ouatody
of their two children, j.m", four years
old. and Lynds, nine.
The Cat Ins wen- married .,;e.relly In
Now Jery in re oo aid ispa rated In
i:s. going in on tits ago Mrs. Catllnweni
to Iteno, NV., mid seemed I divorce,
leaving the children In the cuatody of
an aunt, Mrs. Bmma V in Vleeh of No
B Katkimer street, Brooklyn, from
whose house they were kidnapped by
the father and taken to his home m
Amjstegdam avenue. Manhattan.
tin returning from Reno the mother
began a ha bee corpus proceed Inn and
a month ni.o they dlaappearod from
Mr. Catlln'a home and were laier 1 00a ted
at the bottte of Mrs. Van 'h-.-k. where
upon the father began the aotlon whlon
has been halted.
Tie parents told Justice Aaptnall to
day that they Imd taken Is advice mid
reaohod an agreement T - ehibtren
ar, to re
main with i -ir mother dminv
tne nlnn school montl
father tha rent of tha I
und with their
TWO PROTEGES OF HILL
GET BULK OF ESTATE,
I The will of David Bennett Hill, which
will he offered for probata In Allmny
In a day or two hy Judge Alton I). 1
Parker, disposes o woifert'i rtoftNt, I
wblch Mr. mil purchased from tin.
Trltz Kniiiei e.tale when ho mails hll
i :..me la Alhanv, and n ... , .-!,
of tSO.000, Ut ludlnx the furnlthlnsa In'
Boost at ft '.'.'". though the Senator he I
rofu.ed 1100,000, s.T.aio- Hlll'a brother.
Dr. Aiinr.. Hill, a i . Ian ,:, mi -
i-url, and tW ' nephew an.i two nleer'i
ara.to t lto.000,
Tho balance Is divided equally
tween tr. . nn eites of H.r.ator H ll's.
ir. Harvey geymour ran rag and i'etr
it. atanwltler, who eras tho genator'i
ARCHITECTS FOR CiTY
Comptroller Prendergsel 1
I II It
navi "" l) nan mill i uuiiari
year, If Ih" Hoard ,,f Rstlmote deotds
Id adopt hi PUggOgtlOg that a city ar
chitect and taff he employed. Al pres
ent the i it paya architects a re., on all
plan urti.-ri u. wnetner US00 01 not in
the pat three ti ,,. tiiesn fees have
amounted 10 IUU0.0OO
.... i, ...r . 1 p. . I I , ., ' ..
reatl the Comptroller lays Ih expens
hi i,m no 11 ,a'..i 11 1 .. . veil,
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, To-day the Boai I nl I tmed
committee tu unrwiiiw wn i .i t.
un Lin i
ON SUSPICION SHE
IS LENEVE GIRL
Immigration Authorities Take
Miss Elizabeth McNaughton
From the Majestic.
NOT LEAST HIT VLIXE.
Nevertheless 'Tom' McNaugh
ton's Sister Goes to Iillis Isl
and, hut Is Later Freed.
nunheth MeNaUfhion, tall nri.l sharp
featureil. sn a. tress. Bag di '. ilnesl by
t.: Immigration snthorltles today
upon her arrival from yneenstown In
thg gacond cabin of the While Star
liner llajaatle baeauaa of vague sus
picion th it Ml waa Rtkal lneve, who
iig.irc.i so promtnantly In tha Crlppoa
Mjs" l.en. ve Is under medium height,
plump and round featured. Iteporters
who saw her when she was captured
with I'r. Crippaaj otl board the steam
ship MOntroi at Father Point, que-
baa, last aptantbarl told the immigra-
lion P Ipla t ill .Miss McNaughton clld
HOI resemble lo'r In the sllgltfest Mis i
MeNaugllton a Ig held Just ihe same
Meanwhile Pai CJaaafi iha vaudeville
agent, waa in a ttata af nlnd. .mis
Mi N tag ion Is a sl-ter of Tom Ma !
Vaughl W, the (HimcdlaA, who I the
i husband of all ' Uoytf, the vauaoeill
i hi idllm r. MkM Lloyd itartad for 0M
I eago yaatardaj afternoon to fulfil an
engagement the urpneum t iremt
rind Mr. Cai promiaed her fattMuily
thai he would bg at the jgaB to-day to
meet her s.si ;-in-lnw.
C.isy Out Early.
a ibeatri . people nay, Mr. ruse,
rot up "in t middle of the nlghu
namely, ai I o'clock In iha morning, t..
' on the do. k when II"' Majestic ,n
rived. On acootini of the chauffeurs'
. rlke ho had dlfBeUlty In getting a
ial nh, and the Majeatle hud docked
and the passengers wi , nil aahor,
.. . n ha reach. ,1 the White Slur pier
Miss McNaughton had been suffering
I onglderabhi ,.i an ordeal from the time
: 1,. Mn, 1 arrived at Quarantine
Apparent)) the Immigration paapB
ave determined that kjtbel Lenevs
,11 not in allowed in the United
Htalea baoauei 'f her connection with
tha CHppeb isaa. At any rate, they
itg.in a .11. 1 for a Woman supposed
;., he Bthi 1 Lenevoi
They were winking on a riild. gram
vent from London. Nov. 13. the day
Dr. Crlppen waa hanged, stating that
Miss I.encve had engaged piihsage on
board l;,e Majestic uniler the MUM of
Miss Allen and had boarded the ship
at Southampton. Later aablogrami
stated that the supposed Miss I.enev,
had gone to IJii, el "tow 1 and hoard. 0
tin Majestic Ihore.
There was no Miss Allan nn the M 1-
leetle, luaplelon than atta died to Miss
MoNaughton baeauaa s.' caught the
Majcatic at Queenatown, Bha ha navr
e.-n out of Rngland tefore and was
naturally oonfuaad when bombarded
w ltli ucsilons.
She said that Miss l.loy.l and 1 Mi j
. asi-y were to me, t lo r at the pier, lull
when no one appeared to claim her '.he
Immigration authorltlea determined to
tend her 10 Klli Island 11 h a eupiclou
1'it Cagey arrived finally and stralgbt
sn d out the elluatton. Miss McNaugh
ton was placed In his a ire.
The Mnj. stl 's peaeang -r were all
workad uii over the Incident in which
Bigg McNaughton llgured, Some of
them had bean Informed before loavlng
Queenatown that Mlaa Laneve waa sup-
p, sed to ho oti board and tha action of
the Immigration authorities aroused
considerable ex iltement,
They also hud some thrills at the lie
Inning of the Voyage, Just as the Unci I
was about i" cist off at Cherbourg a
water tender on Hie ship 11a ned Kit- I
Simmons g it In) i a Hghl with a dock
baud and was stabbed to death In sight
ut tha passengers lining tha lull. A
few minutes later u sailor fe.l from the 1
Majatlc unj era drowned.
EAGER 1 0 WORR
Health Bsaalaed 10 Hurhl Peed,
Tha average healthy dim or woman
Is usually eager to lie imy at sunn'
11 laful in.-it !' employmant
lint i t dyspepala or Indigestion gal
hoi I of one, and ull elldi nvor hncoineia
UA yaar ago, after recovering from
an oparatlOD." writes u Michigan
iddy, "ill y g(OBttcn and DarVOg DOga!)
I" glv. nie mudi troulil".
"At tlllli'S Illy ap"'lllr' was vora-
I clous, but w hen Indulged, Indignation
fOllOBOd. Other t i nes I had no gp.
patlta wliatevci-. The food I took did
i not notirlsli tne and I urt'.v waaker
"1 tOSl Intct'i'st 111 every' h Inc. gn
wiiitad to ba ab.ue. I bad always
ba I gnu I h'TV. -. but now th- ucr. !
j trlfla would upaal ne and brli g on g
violent bagdache. Walking .111
the room wgg ntt I'nrt an t proecri
od asarctao wn out of tl ueatlon
"I bad lean Qrap 'Nutg advertised,
but did no? belle vi
'..u I read ut
tne tiui ' 1 1 laa 1 11 11 e- i'iif i :
if 1 waa literally itarvlng, I beat
to ont (ii .111" N'ul J.
"I im 1 not Uaan able to word for n
year, but now after (WO months on
OrapaNutg 1 mn anger to ba ut work
again, :y atomack glvai na no
trouble now, my nerves ure gtagdy us
ever, und In erejit In life mi l grol
lion bava conn back Wltb tha return
Head "The Road to W 'U UIe," In
p., us. "Tin re .1 a iieaaon "
Kv.-r read tha above latter? A new
- - . .
' They are .niune, true, and full of
une bijioi ,.in ...- .
WILL CARES FOR A CLUB
OF FIFTY WORKING GIRLS.
t. S. RemSM Mike-; Provision to
Qtrry on the Pricndshlp Qrclc
That fl'ty work n girl had bttfl
formed Into the IThndshlp fhcle hv I
I lie-n.en was not known puhitdy un-
tH .sterdy win the llllrg of hi lll In ,
N l "' County, Me wag ., cgrrlag
manufacturer In Hroohlyn and had t
o ' ' ' ,! k Ctnlrt, t. 1
In I N the circle wag formed its on.
J I is ... maki good, uprifhl worn
en' of its members, so that t gould I
take "their place In life" and he sup-
ported by tha aoclaty in an) work they
nilght gndartaka. For every member
Itemi i 160, whi. h Waa dtpoittod
Is only a beginning. Others will follow only
too quickly if you neglect them.
NOW is the time to use HAY'S HAIR
HEALTH. It will keep out the GRAY HAIRS,
and help you to retain the natural color and beauty
of your hair.
Send this ndv. to me with 10c. for postage and
I will send you a generous sample bottle of HAY'S
HAIR HEALTH and a sample tube of HAY'S
LILY WHITE TOILET CREAM FREE.
Address Win. Hardriam,
Philo Hay Specialties Co., Newark, N. J., U. S. A.
You csn buy $1 00 and 50c. hottles of HAY'S H MH III MTU end
25c. and 50c. sie pckxe of 1 M Y WHITE TOILET CRKAM t Drug
ouJ Department Store or I will send direct to you upon receipt oi price.
Chests of Silver for
Nolliinq will Rllkt a morr plrasing gilt than a compart chest of
ajlvcf blocked lu contain doznis or hall dozens a worthy and
The Meriden Company, Silversmiths
Inter 11 iii.ni.tl Stlvrr CO SuccetBor)
49-51 West Thirty-fourth Street
Carriage I utrancc, Wth Street
Money Ihirerlully kelunded on All Unsat slactory Purchases
John Minder & Son
HUDSON TERMINAL MARKET
Hudson lermliial Bidg., 1 u Ion SI. Entrame. jcJjSf
m COOK TOUl OftlM IR OF CHARGE
The conU's nltcrniion out hut, no terrors hcn you avail
yourself of OUf tree KBof ttTViCV.
I.e. ut I unil.
u,l I..-U i...,mn
I'rii.ie sail. Keasl
I rll lt--e I III' I pa
-uu iiiv - 1 ;
-Mill I hi I! I ill I Hill's
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. I e. It.
Al io iik n 1 1 .-i.i , rag price ilMe
s v 1 it 1 11 ini.tN IIIIVKm, ,ra. im.. Isle.,
hum . 1 o M H it, 1 r.H, rea. 10 . i ,...
s unit m 1 i e. 11 M 1 . ,p. iirii e 1 AC ...
I IM i I 111 V M I I' -. 11 III I IV I- I I
, 1... a v,i,s,,s 1 nt ' 1 1
RSH DEPARTMENT specials
1 mi,. 1 1 s KOBWAt HACBMKCJ ,,
Ihe kln.l .ulirr .', if --n 11 nr. earn
.nwiiaa; i isiissssisra assjaJMatsj1MMMii1gnMM
V I., uiaf itAiriii iS
1 1 palrii-h ' ' i tTii'itli 1 1 ,ii.'
I hetll tO ' -ft'! WH Will tllNkf
1,1 K!' MOW .il ry rr.ul
v;ai,.w und rrnc. PI r. oi
Tr-nn ynur .n onoa nt 'i
KhV t i
''"'fcw. Ulelll 1 I
fl : . r -
; i Hi. .. WBP SQ
i wKioil I moms BBMOBV44.BB i
I (,r .ilt I ! I . . tile New i tlie fr.IT... t, i
In a savlncs ' in. The monthly flue
' fif rint. :ir,lr lso tare '1 r. .ltd.
Kemsen giving a tmia. smount ever
At In t.i f ftren year the
amount and H earning aro to be ai
lded aqually among the member
Provision Is mad In itemsan't wD A
arry on the work.
q--r., nr M.,r..r nnn VamttrU
J( p,,,,, Bholl, tn, cltr Hml
VP,.,.r(l,v , r.-mni,ner of A-
eowltl rortick and Mayor OayMT BM
in ,. ,, ,lV.r ., r,p,ir, Fo.dksk
mBt , reference to Dr. Daniel C ftp
tutmmt nead of tne Bureau of Chat
institution in the Financ Da-
p,rtmant and lately appointed dlraatar
t,y lfle Board of Ambulance Sr1ea 0
, . , i that Koidick had threaten! to
reeign. Both the Commissioner and tha
Mayor denied the report
lasling remembrance. Oak or
ntahogany encajg, lined with
Cnamoil or velvet, in wide var
iety ol sizes, may be filled with
your own selection ol any oi
the exquisite patterns ol Meriden
silverware. Combination sets,
in attractive cases, less costly.
Everything in Silver. Sterling
or l'late. and Cut Glass.
Jref i rrh iimn. , , . .
t,n... anieked r.aicues
, Kaniu Cruel Iteef . . . .
1 Itiii I me 1. 1 hiui.
'.!.'.'.' .' .' .' i,iV. ih.'
. . IMr. lb.
. . HI. , lb.
. . I I, lb.
. . rJe. lb.
. -ii.-. lb.
. aOe. cm
. . lib . hot.
. . . . I A . eaa
x 11.... at. no
ll ne fjjgH Q,n t fMn Ctag
's- re hair th. ha.
' ' 1 " aeareii
ftMuh s r.mr
llcll.n I. irr.u, a.
i t't ..elvmj
. w UktOV.
' ' li tia.
.ei riRia fau
Ihlo -et fral brittlV
Mpwlal gjg. nt.
f. ' :
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Sunday World Wants Bring
Monday Morning Wonders.
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