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toe had much to see n.1 think ihmit
In throwing ronvlnring glamour of
romanf ovf the a O.Ht.h outwardly
remarkable for It worldly aspi-its,
tho. who had thr arrangement in
thlrir stiHltoualy avoided any taint of
eaeluslvenea and nni illinent- to let
the i-onulaee share In t ... ni'inslon
orh a mlgh Ii.mp sagfl had by a
quiet and poetn1 crrnnony at Mr.
Oould a great SStSte at l..ikeiior. It
u dealre.1 tlmt i ti flat . 1
of the cvcaaloii ahould have aj fif
generous display ol a n onday Clrotll
parade- And the) gM, gasp IS t Id
The Uttl group of lt.reford rala
tlvea. who sagas from Bagland for th
wadding, did not allow tbalr eMtur -s
of gentle breeding lo over In, rn tn.-m
10 aui-h an extent that they were pra
vented from dlaplaylng thai frank,
tynlcal contempt lor ih Whet gauds
alo.w and all the aclor In I, r. e,.i
thalr own Immediate frlenda,
haa been herrtully . haTSSISrtStla of
tham SlBOS iiielr nn ...
Bat off again! than arses in. k
tug guaata, who atruggled and i rana i
and ralKed their vol . in IBa Wild effo I
to be aeen and la ahow mIi.ii doller
had dona for them- inaka lun
Ing lllumliiad fur a moment h toe glow
of triumphantly hurtie.1 ana) Tit ugn
there ware not actually dollar Mil
burned In Lraslere during i K aaa m
hllng of the guest In the Inn . t I
incenee of them saturated t ia -it a
phere obvloualy aa illd th loi ol
Outalde in the atreet there mm a rah
bla whli'b got right down to the latvafl
of the hereditary arllto. ta. y and Ida
dollar made ariato t ..y Inaldi
Women by tlioueanda and men
l.undrada - or, at least, human
waggSJJg trousr-hargrtl .nam-- in
.uliewllrics and fought on i
and clawed each other to git a gll paa
at the people who WSTS 1st eul of rer
rlagaa at tha curb opening vt the nun
.ng before the church.
Some on Buaineta.
Thalr raaaona for being there were
many. Some at Irast had th. merit or i
helng on bualneaa, these War Ho dr I
makers arid milliners and the wi.nl
person who wrote In tailor nnnoiiiv e
ments of "the lateat wear In favor with
tha most careful drensara."
There ware a few gushing women
r tiose Imagination were fervid snotlg
t, cause thegg to overflow with senti
mentality over the apt tai le of i chi .I.
iisrdly out of long sk.its, being marflad
10 a man w ho la only two I ' 1 1 I UBgol
nan her father, the bond i gnfJ
opinion bring neltl.rr his good loo kg nor
hla undoubtedly fine military raoord, nor
bar winning, graceful, girlish personal
itybut a till and dollars
But for the moat part that fli Hug
mob waa neither on business nor paying
tribute to Cupkt, It wanted lo aa th
rich bacaua they were rub. It wanted
to aa thalr clothes ami Ui norshl;
from afar off the money that their
nam represented. The rabble gig rati
until It was dlszy sail snirfed until It
was fairly drunk with the dollar
Neither clawing nor elbowing availed,
nor l.areh words, nor whlapered ivhissl
Ihsg addressed to the policemen Ma.ll
son avenue and F"ort y-fourth -tr-et
wr not public streets. They bad been
commandeered, and a eloesl knit squad
of city police were a cantering eecort to
the bride aa aha rolled down the avenue,
and cltly policemen, with all the glitter
of thalr moat brilliant dress uniforms,
ware detailed by the bun. Ire. I to ..,. to
It that "eoclaty" should show Itself off
to Itself with aa Utile uncomfortable in
trusion by the masses as possible.
ti ouelh It certainly added to tl a pit II ire
of the actor that the forclbl) af lad
off audience was so laigc and so In- I
The earliest alghtseers arrived before
Use rigid police lines were satajblUhed,
They offered all kinds of bribe to be
allowed to allp Into the ohurch, prom
ising to hide themselves In the n- ti
leries and among the Moral decorations.
The girls in a Forty-fourth atreet
"dressmaker'" shop sent down a dele
gation to plead with the foreman of
tha workmen who were re-aet 1 1 nx the
awnlnga puahed down by the wind and
attack of the mob at the rehearsa.1 yes
"Won't you please leave the lop Hap
hanging down Just a lew feel where
It Join the church door," the kea
taan of the girls said. "Then we .an
look right In from our windows."
The flinty-hearted foreman turned
The police arranK"mehta did not be
towen merely that the curloua, prying,
aoectaeie loving, dollar - worshipping
crowds which surge around a n editing
of eromlnent people in New York have
grown to be audi a nuisance that a
large part of the police haw I
called out to keep them In order, it
meant that there was the gravest foar
that the succession of threatening let
ters which have been sent to the bride
groom and to the family of the bride
Had In them a hint of t. al danger and
' taat there ahould be the uttn ist vigil
ance to pr let I the good nam of .New
Tork from the horror and d sgra.-o of
an attack on iho wedding party.
Tor the houra of the osrsmony, from
the time the bride was to avs
honi at No. H76 girth avenui ml l !
Pedes to leave th.- Waldorf,
a special emergency police pre Inci
tabllshed. commanded by Inspt I -Btsphsn
O'Brien and manned by mount
ed men end patrolman of the t ail
Klfth avenue, fr mi the MooM i
to Bllty-eeventh street, through
Mies Gould's conveyance arai to nun ua
Madison avenu. and from Sixty s,.,
enth tret to the church theie Were
five or six uniformed poll emen to lbs
block. The aa.mu precautions aera
taken to protect Lord DeclSS'S ap
proach to the church. Both bin I
riage and Miss Gould a were sur
rounded with mountel me-, who would
not allow anyone to laftvg tht ourb
hue to move In the direction of tne
. arrlagea. Scores of Central OfflCI 'I
tectives mingled with the paopla on
ths sidewalks, with Hie arriving guests
at lbs church and later with thOgl at
too reception at tha Gould house.
In Front af Church.
Fifty men In uniform under ('apt.
J W O'Connor slim off the gtreel
In front of the ebutab. and Cgpt Kd
wsrd Hughes had as mai more to
keep the swat filing busyhotllch off Of
the Gould front doorstep
George J Oould, father of the bridf
elect, baa taken i are that there .
no repetition of the scenes of last ye ti,
wbeo his daugrhtei Mar;or) waa mar
ried to snthony .1. I)rxel Jr. and Wml
all but moi.bfvil by the srowdg In the
sttreiit Itecaiise of this tb list of In
vitations has been restricted to a fow
handled, mi it will be esslet to keep
Yesterday Xorn Dscle re
ceived three lettere . ontainlng
tbreata agalnat hla lit- Ona
fro.n the man Tbomaa who chal
lenged him esveral days ago to a
duel. The letter yeetetdsy repeateit
tbe challenge and contained nm
leflectlona. Th IWe other con
talnsd threats and warnings. One
saltl ti at If Lord D 0101 attampted
to wsd Mies Oould to-. I. y bombs
would be thrown.
"lly J .ve. do fc i k OW," ssld lord
ltecirs. as lie t.re p the .t;s, "this
Is getting amusing."
M o n Lord an I Lad) Dtektt leave for
their wedd II t trip they will h gs
Otnpal d l l starling point bj suf-
ektni ofll at lo provant ng approaob
b) . ..is It Is utid. ratOOd they
will wake Ibg trip a h on t private
ear and fot toflH time bg at -lek.l
A ... ttMBaMBi of a change tnada
at Ibg last minute In the btl I OS
maid I taken by soclsty to-. lay
as a sort of confirmation of tha
racant rumor that young Jay
Oould la also eugagsd to wed.
M.ss lis a triad Clanin. who was to
have been ons of tin bride s at
tendants, has become 111 from an
attack ol grip and Miss Annie
Doaglasa (iiaham, daughter of
Mia Hubert Voe of this city wss
ssiectsd to take her place. Mine
Uiabain is the young Woman ru
in 'i baa la to wed Jay Gould
lu June, though both lauillle heve
denied the eiitageiiieut.
Itirpi IM fo. Society.
It he a. no evident at the rehearsal of
'the wedding ye-torday afMrMOg that
Mi 1 1, oi ge i lo i.. I hu in a.., . d a .
I ta la that will be a Bra lit 10 btf and a
pl.a-.int tirprlat to society. Kvery
I tr...ve and feature of Uie . . remony was
: p annas by her, t is understood.
ih Miliar 1 1 was replete It h Inci
dents. Miss tlnuld smiled at the battery
of I Holograph, rs, but I. on lie. lea
thouaht II 'was lieastly rot tag busl
tc.. ' 'J'en minute t.efore they arrived
ai tie i hi. ten the awning fell and In
juri-d two In lb crowd who were caught
by the f. tiling Iron cross sections of the
rr.imework and carried to Uie.r knees.
Seltbel was setioisly hurt When Mis.
Oould and her BaBB arrive I the wreck
age bio -ked the w ay an. I t h.id to
be let In through th" parlsn Bo US The
awning waa nut ra IglSSsI until this
in. i .ing. when It waa op BdVtJUatt sup
ports. At the ceremony this afternoon ths
holr boys or the t'athwlrnl of Mt.
join tha iiiviue Brweadcd the we.i.iitig
proeoaslon, singing "The Vol. a that
i Lie. ithej Q'er Bdan" Witb the regular
vested .holr of the church, consisting
of forty five men and women and a
quartet, ail under the direction of
Arthur Hyde, organist and chou-master
at Si. i...i inolomcw's.
This Was the mualcal programme for
t.. UI I'.t- vllUS. Ill
i. . . is-- i - ..on. jam i rsiadsii.
Tel. .1 Bui . Cnj.is .li.uta.ui
Ill SMO Nlsrtln.
f'sopot Tu line llttors , . . ,
fat i - I -Pnuel tf in "la I'M". .
R'.msn. r .for rloliii. Iiarp sr.. I uie)sa),.d Amhrurit
Tssef ... siid nhaeus Morn la H.tun BeoarhiJ
. I Ills Voles ll.-l llirstiu-.l i.
H I : ! Pfrfest fxiTS."
Weodiag Msr-h Men.leis
.'I., ir Ui wi "Uird. Whn st rAi.n , 1
ihti Fsst Pari
The UHorS led the tirocfaalon, rom
in: after the choir boys bofd
le -lea whs waiting at the chancal
atepa for hla bride, mid was unci. led
by his cousin, Lord Alaatnlr Graham,
R. N., a son of th D ike of MontrOOS,
Tlie order of the brldesmulds, whir,
was followed at yesterday's reheat sal
,i.i.- Miss Lou IB CfomWoll and .Mias
Hannah Randolph; Miss auisou Plaro
ami Miss tStnetlna Holm; Mias Annlt
I. I'.rahain and Ml-s Hope 1 1 a mil tun.
the latter a OOUSln of Miss OouM.
Then followed the stnnll at ten. la tits
Bab 'llorla Giuhl. who walked with
Muster William llereeford. and Diana
liaU.cl. who was ea.-.rted by Master
After them ninivhed Utile Mlas IMnh
I QrAttMi who was her sister's maid of
'honor, and follow, nj; her the bride a..d
Bishop Greer Officiates.
Bishop Greer, assisted by Dr. Latfh'
ton Talks, rector ol Si. liarlhol iniew s,
Offlclatad at the ceremony.
The much talked of wedding gown
was shown yesterday to the I. rides
maids, it is of white satin, embroidered
Iti white and silver, with designs ol
Bp tiff III SB, Tba ttuln is live yurde
lOQat, Ovl tho wnoie gown will be ii
Vgll of tulle caught up with orniujg
i.lossoms. i'be gowns of the brides-
i . . i . . 1 .- are of white, ti mimed with many
whn. rogagjudjg aatd graeti lavoa The
brldgntaldg win not waaj bat, but
A reathl of green bales. The coll of
Miss Oould'd tiousaeau. it la said, was
The wedding preaetiis were not
- .own at the reception to-day. All are
heing packed for Immodfata shipment to
linglund It la said the value of the
gifts rc-elved by Miss Gould will uKgie
Mr Oould'l gift to his inughfaf Is a
superb coronet of doinon.la lipped with
nine eui -Shul'cl pearls Willi 11 goes
it ci-age omrtlsl of diamonds and
Mis Gould has given her daughter a
long goi.i ohaln studded with diamonds
to srhloh are attached as psndaati a
slab. Bsar-sbapd pearl and two mar
i " .ui diamonds ; .. aoutolr of pearl i
IBd two iIi.ks, on., s.i with ruin..- .ind
diamonds, and th all i with a large
pearl ufrounded by Mitallar spsotniens
-I th. same.
STom Mis llden (luncl to bef nlec
came a dog Dollar of matl he.1 pearls set
wltli dl tin nid tars Her brothers,
King Ion, Ja ami QSOTI OoUld, gave
i .i u braoalal t with solltslr dl.
mood, and her grandmother, Mi
Charles 0, aUngaton, sent bar i hi h
01 dlamoadl Mr. and Mrs Anthony
j in esc. t,er nt ot.'n r in-iaii ami hit
let, sent a gold vanity rase with a illa-
mond monoatatmi and Uisrs a a i n-
llur oris, from 1'r. ami Mrs. IllUim IV
An.i. t tun.
Lord PSOlSS rllnel last night at t e
(Joull house, and his let man, Lord
Alaatalr Iraliaiii and must of the gl afg
went 1 1 Qot Asior'a dinner dance.
Elaborate Church Decorations.
A ainaii aiin uf Aoi amen last nia'nl
romplatad Ih OhUrSb decora! long, which
aio very elailsirale. Tba Interior of
tl mrah rsaaflvhled hanaiiia aardeB.
a i' a trailing caiiouy of BSBaraaus,
Immense palm trees
Six Bridesmaids Who Attend Vivien Gould
At Wedding Uniting Title and American Gold
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aaTnmal the ohan al walli Whit lllacg svii-,c. iAiTiXsi s onv.,., rr. , 10 oona' t" l "A. piksi nc'i, i . . . ... , .
t,.nd all kinds of sprln Ml 3 5 LO U I COM W EL-U Jacksonl. 1 o I, ti to 1 ind 4 to ,. v ,. , s
Into the scheme ..f . I ration (( '.IT. Campbell studio. I thlnl. Time, 33 4-6, Hldopa. Ori.n d . '
as , Lady ami Kitty . rao.
i BREAK ALBANY "KIDNAPPED" GIRL ALDERMEN SWITCH twiTntres- '"l
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t.... i till I I fill It Mil. ami ti nnia i nniiin nnnm i iiap a - it- i:
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aa -. . ' Seal 1MB, III. -,..it ihsen UT. Psn' 111
IContintisd from FiBst Psgts.) . . . . . . , i t r . i . . i i -...erie. 1 1 1 tm. 1 1 1
Mare Coleman dm ts Lurid Proposed Law to Reeulate mu uv.-l . ., ......
seain-t hi i II.
de nit .ck hroken ''
The aine tiritiltiiciit a-.is used l.y
Uoveruor to Aasemhlvm in f'osnd.
I'hnrles l' Murphy refused to discuss
(lie new BOBfSrSBOe. He -.com-, lo b
K'eatly pleased ivtth b -Ituallon.
rlenator CttllSBi I tie King Count)
leglslattv leader, gave his nisw of th.
conference as fallows:
"I understand thai the nbjsel "f Ihli
ddflferenos i to snabls us to .-onvin
. the Insui ceiiis tbat It is their duly lo
j vote for ths i holes of ti,i. niajorlty u
I the party. I do imt exj I ih.it i;
! forinal action win b tahen to-mocrow
We will pri sont our oass to the Insur
acuta ami adjourn without any daflnll
aetten. After tint another vote win be
I taken for United st.no nenator In join)
I sssaloni .-ti l ws will see if .mr arau
msnts have lutd any affect, ir there i
I BO change, then u i llkl that sfforta
I will bs mads lo call a nan ference
and posatbly ,i caucus. Bsfora Klngi
I t3ouitti memhers win bs willing to re
' scUni in.- aotlon or tin. caucus i think
I they will Insist thai n new oauoug be
I called hefote the members urn releaaed
rintn the oi.i. i unflerstand luat tm
pns-iic in i 1 of a substitute nandldata e1 1
ne one of the matters freely iiis.us-.-d
al to-morrow's . inference."
Kennedy 8ees Dix.
Aaaemblyman Kennedi ol iueeu
County was one of the Insurgents who
mw He Dovernor to-day. When ask. .1
about ihe Interview b said t un th.
iirt sjueatlnn the Govern r asked hint
was whether or tint he iK.iiiie.lyi would
Bjttnnd a DemooraUs oonferenesi
"1 win attend ti Bonforeticoi but p.
caucus," wni the toply.
"Illd you draw tne conclusion fro i
oiir tala wllti th ...r that in
would like you to vote r i HhsehanT"
"i did," in anasvared.
Statement From Dix-
An antiouti. einent came trom 1 1 if rx-
scutlvs Bbambsr this sfternoon that
the QOVSmor had decided t" make a
PIIDIIO sinieilieill on Hie s.oiecl or Ih'.'HUi.l (I,,.
SBnrerenos which ih io ne n. ih to-mur-low
morning. John A Mi - hi, secre
tary lo the llovernor. said.
"llov. DlS esi. 't- I., tillike some
brief Statement on tne . inference late
$25,000 FOR AEROPLANES
FOR USE IN THE ARMY
Senate Void Appropriation and War
Department Mready Husj Se
lecting Air i led.
WAanTDf OTON , rah Ths genat
Ill's afternoon allti-.l an .rn. ml i. . .it to
tin. Army iiiii making imms
dlatsly avuiiuiiiv tot tu . p :i iiass of
Ami' 'lasting Hils a.-llon, "
Department today began negi
for the puFstoaga of aa all
duty along ths Usgloan boed
Wright washing lognsd to
by tiie tsronautlcal rsssrvs u lo
iii sent in I'.ni Hum Houston, Tag. i
where Usui D. ruuun af tha sian.ii
I'm-;. Is prepiirilig T.ir ti
military asroplana duty
I'll i a i hid i i in i A n.tta.
Tcul .1 iigs .1 ...II rfluDa luuiirv If I,, i. tit
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lstruilf ri'n iu S U l 4sn, We, ,
- r . nniRrir rnnnfl Tniifi
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simply winls Ih I ... ,-. .... . . -s .tf e . ! v
iMack ii.'.iu Mnr ,i aiuewaiK i ickci aeuers seni
Her Own "Make-Up." M ick to Committee.
. .. .i. ;. o tlvea labored
two -..ins to-day befon
from M iris I ! ilemani si
if v.. MS Rsvsnlssnth Mr
'. ti. that h.-r lui i story
Idnappad last evening
Oman e. prompted by t
of havlni i.een
was a childish
i imt she
IVOUld 'e punished fBl
ri ma'ning nivny
rrsm horns Inst id
o her mother.
The itei. h'ather William T McOuIrt
pastor of Ml Mlchasl's Roman Catholic
Church, 'it forty-second street and
fourth bvsbus, Rrnoklyni was attraotod
I ist nlaThl by h itng 1 1
box and found the lltti
I Ion il
then III O'clock nil I the .ho,
Itiif closed lor lie- nlsThbt.
Marie Bold she was on her wnv horn
from tl-- parochial school ..: dl John
the Bvangsllst when two men kldnaMed
her Then -he nl I
cemetery .'irnun I d
oi f the meti I. -t
i . san ituary Th
of P. in . takt n to a
mth Brooklyn until
icr co ami shs ran
story was eomplst
In every essential detail. It had Black 1
Hand all 0V( r It, and aMUSSd much
interest ani Indignation.
This morning Ivtectlve Itoddv, Van
Wagner and Blank went to her home,
w here, under a Pro of questlona she i
Btuok to lur Mist Itorjf. This after- 1
n the detOOtlVM went back for
mors 'han two hours (he child stuck lo i
tier original text
Plnall) IhedetecUvaa to d her thai harl
story was false, and she admitted that
she had merely w.iik.si tu the crhurchhl
liise sneh illd ' 11 lllere BBCS SBd
nur ii. Hb said t int she l.-ft
i school with fassphhlna Jonlcka and
I floi'snes llmartln, ami aftei walking la
Twenty-firs) strssl and sixth avenue she
.had dodged i.-i OITrpanlons and Ifone
Iglons io i riser Church, Uu sgt
j in i in- ohurch io rest, and lh -n. gft u.l
In go Inline in tlie
i Patliei Mi Quli i fo
i n K, she rvpl i'. t" a
and rsmalned until
raprlal tn II. gesalng Warlil i
A 1 ,11 A MY, N. i . Kisl. T. I'll'' vol
for i?ntied atatss Hsnatar mi me
slghtssnth joint ballot today is-
Kiiltel as follows:
She. u an . .
Ulynn . . .
Ami nil I
rn ri.tAl vote
fir mors t is Bos
ths) eiic-' big lo-day
. ilw.nir-.. 11
ft .aSaaPe' J I
d of tldsrmsn. a.t Its meet
to. 1 1.. an attempt to rectriate ,
ki t spe illation. Prompted
of . impialnts acalnai ths
i a' rtiori practised by spsotttadors. ths
Comm ti i Laws and latsjlalntlon re
ported, with a favorable rsoommsnda.
' "''i'. the onltnam e itroducod by Alder
man Bonioas iaat ea . proBioitma ute
sale of ticket 111 Ih street under a
penalty of 100 or ten day In Jail, or
The RchloBS ordlnan S doe- nut Inter
fere with lie psrsoos who speeulatS In
tickets iti regular t isineaa niri s.
The forty votes n c-.-.ai fur the pas-
saue of the ordlnan ad I n promised.
but lust before the voting began a switch
took place, and but twcniv-slx warn
found in favor a i the i l call was
The ordinance was sen- hack to the
, tmm ''.I'
TAW PA RESULTS.
Ptftf i' H A K n
about three t irl ing
in (Troglsr), i to i.
I.elaloiih. 1M i.loti
. selling. Kglanilne,
1 to and out, first .
11 to I. 3 to I and
RUSUIsS OF FOOD
lliallh HUtl Nuliiiiil ( MdltlfNM I "Mir- frruii
Itigbt I t'fihuii.
Man. phyil a'ly. should b
perfactly rtiultaJ mtcbloa, f,
part working easily in Its appropr
ate place, a illgbt ertnismem
eaugaa undue friotlon and wagr, an 1
frequently ruins the entire lygtsu,
A well-known educator of Mo on
fouiiil a way to ksep tba iiraln un 1
tin. body in Hint barmomoui co-op
oration which muki H u oy of living
Two yean ago," !ip wrltat, "belni
in a condition or nervous sxbaustlon,
l resigned my position as teacher,
which 1 had held lor over tony yeari
aince then ii" sntlra ras: haa. of
, li acres id . mpl.iinta Bw.-ilUH' the ,,iire elflBMSI,
course, bsau .1 benefit, but tba ugs (
fjrape-N its baa rsmoved ona grpat
cgjuae oi lllnesa In tl"' p;wr. nam. .
constlpatlun mill lis attendant evils,
"l generally make my omire tii-mak
fanl on :i raw Sg btatM Into four!
spoonfuls of Qrape-Nuta, with a lirtlei
not milk "! imt water added. 1 ilk.-1
i- sKtremely, my food aasltnllatss, 1
anil my bowata tak- care of thwn
elves I II'"' " brain poAer and
nhyalcal enduranoa mucb K'ain- uini
1 know iliut tlio uso of I In- drain"-'
Nuta has contributed largely to tblsj
-Ii is wttii reellnn of gratitude I
that l write '-'it teatlrnoulal, and
trual li way be tin' meant of aiding!
otheta in ti"1'' aegrch tor bagltli."
Name glvan by Poatutn Co., Hattie1
it. .1 1 tiie little book, "Tin' Rogd tn 1
Wellvllla," in .'k-iH "Tbsre'i a Hca-i
' son "
Kver reavl the above le'ler? A,
rw me appeal a . on time ta) time. I
T varegemiim, true, and full of I
',1. 1. an '.ntetest. 1
l lr 111 1. ma V nn.l M "
mil- stid sti eigtiUi tlgraoil, mi, . Kins .f
a, k. full, iisl ;i 1 lurii i- Ha urn
l. i neb, in- Hnsieai, tin irkiili mr, I of)
It ISillman. IIRl.
I'lHM ICM'H Selllngi t'irre esr olds and an
fu furious Ho MeTlff io . tlianate, Psi
Ite-im-'to nil. Sa -t i- tu: ....... k in
Al.-i -i.i. lis lli- llsfglei. HM. ill. ii si ' fo
il. MotlUi, lis
-ixrii it UK Pnuryear-oMs aad up: sis fiu
kings. Tlsit..MW ho) IH. lbs-' I -an 10
ft w . I 111; An nr-; to., tiir Ktlgge I'".'
.a U. -.ia. -ne prj. I.,.. Wat ii., loi
It lUbtia, P s. l i, ju . m
iinote. foe imiltkls ciniirie alloWSBf
rlauaad. tflsBates tic i - ... els ii-preotios ,u
Westlur ...ar. Tm- k fast,
The best pick-me-up for the
man physically run down is
Its proper use will proc.ucea
renewal of form and a condi
tion of well being that ia a
iiaea. Mglnonsi. llsm.eT-
Ihe World Printed
'If alp Wants i" Ada.
t.i Let" a.is
'Por Sale" Ails.
'ii.irs Cavrlags" Ads
"Plaao Organ" Ada
"Wantsd t" Purshass'
Than the Herald.
Tltsrs are IWfl great reason ff.r tills
The naming Werlg has a i-ircif.,
tl.. t: 100,000 Qr -i i i' t Inn nil ,
iteming nawspapsr in ths United
Th World prints Mnnr: twix
II.M.K A M 1 I.i. I" n MORE :i .
tiseinetils psr ysar than AW
OTHaVl nawapapsr on earth
Bkowlng by fgg th Oreanat Varlty
ol Poaltlon. Woiiii'i, BemSSi Invt
BlSatSi n i n ui' kc, rroiu Which to
Clvosa- Worltl Art. Arc IlTrST REAl;
and Cm IgQSatly Brln i; lbs BBBT RE
FIRE POLICE FORCE
BECAUSE IT DROVE
iieci:ili-t- say when pnwilcr I.
mimetic in- need for anj RTeal nerioi
Ihr -Wm's surface bei omcs dry an.! scalv
ami often i pimply condition follows,
ays Mrs. Mac .Martvti, in the san
"Ths teason i- plain. Powder lands
to dug th pores, anil when, the.
organs of elimination arc hampered
"Many women now uve a liquid,
which spreads evenly ami smoothly anil
e-ivcs mors satisfactory results ihau any
powder or cosmetic.
"A splendid nml inexpensive lotion
can he nutds at home l.y dissolving i
.'lin es 1.1 ipurmai in 'v pint ol hot
water, then ail. tin; t teas Btull
" this recipe is very p. miliar in eg
clusivs social circles, ami its use soon
produces that pink ami white ow of
Opftl l.lni ulll'ki & . 11 will l)Ct iill'sl ItlrfJului
February Sale 33', Reductijns
Open Monrlai and Saturday Until 10 P. M.
We Pay PraJghl
ami v'. k. Para.
J RoomSi at . . $75 1
SCuiiiplcic, at ill
WRITE rOB Ot.'B
Blrt'-sy Ms,.: .
D r e a s s r, extra
large, with large
Level plate uiirrur
like out. Value $30
at $13. 79.
ORAND RAPIDS TURNITURE
, M.uuillM. I nil HOI StCKRSPIKa
LASY PAY1VIENT I'LAN
1 IHO VVorlli I0 tlown $Ml() Wookl)
1511 " i!5 " Jo25 Our
'.VI Hi In
3011 " i.lll " rJ.SH
4IIU " Jl'l " N.00
100 " : 3 . " 10,00
f U. Y
120W.23 JSl.near Gill Ave.
IPEHHY A POUHD PROf!! J
I 1 1 .ill.- Murk. I
SPECIAL lOrl T 0 -0 A r . IHE 7IH.
si'ltMUKHttt i i it ii I M ,i.,
I.l-sl - l'l,k Mi llll Ut
t ic un. ii i.i; mm miMiiiNs o
a i inn i.i ui I'm mi im sin
special for TO-KORflOW, ih: a t h .
I I I I I IIMIN I I III S II ...
i iti IMN I'm mi ni)K l"
oi ii iii ST -sun I mi
i iiik ui. iii- I'.ii mi im Out
bsf BARCLAY SI
PARK ROW o. NASSAU
bi aBs a ,,
Churcn Ct $ HflUI lilC r.iW ii.,
PAULIS'I i A I HERS,
(Oil 1 1 S I IN II 111
HI I lit-.
tm II I . ' . ... I
Ml. I n AV,
REASON AND FAITH.
Tlia I'cr.fi i1
f!.,ld Mine. 107. Mka Wir. 11i WarMtig UjJ..
int. IrlShtoen, 11.1. ' 'j;:1" . " Hrl-, .
Aril.' . 11". HtSr .IISni-1'. N",.' -
. I I 1111-. -M llll h . I III.-- J- .
.If Inr lines. - I .mitsSjt. '
at,. .in to,.
rr n.lerEr:iM, lie. i " ..
lie ,. . ( ,1. , lo.-, It
114, Boil) II i, lo.i
"i HinV. h'k mtt ';"-'""..:..
...rd. Mihcias.. Moil A.iil. i
lot, r,i ii, P1; Btntets M .-ti I n KM I'
OS le MarkleV. inti. Night Mist. 1. 1
la.iil.V. !''. .Mm A. Monro, to.
fill Hi ll It M'K r ft " f ? '
list riarlte..; t liree ;esr " ' ' '
.ml .i list fitr)ent 'lanib. fl.
rerius. 10s; laid Irmi. TO I e
s.-tk, i lut , HQ: Uellssn.il. ltd: Iksafltsl.
B... I. 111-.
i ii-rii Ii n il Kfllltil; t!iree ;ssr
I . : en
auk I ..Pa I.e. .-. wd. ml
l in i. in n'. I'ct. ... IB1 Be i.
1 1 v" Psrjon ni; iMkle. MIT.
SIXTH B.M K Srtllnsi tut" '.J,
sari , ne .! an I s MUJSBtn. Hi
ill. .in,.-, lis. I 'ami si ne n ' 111.
tr, ml Knr .f Hi' 'i u ni t. I"-'. ''Il'l'l
(j . hc ' I". .
i...s.lei tl'te. I mid
. . ii -I Tv 'iiilw fie i
Meat let .ni.tns
It Was Awful. Cried Continually.
Had to Hold and Watch Him
to Keep Him from Scratching.
Suffering Was Dreadful.
Had not Used Half a Set of Cuticura
Remedies Before Head was Llear
and Free from Eczema.
"I think Iho Cuti'iira TVraorlios ar
the best reinsdles for rvwma I have
ever h.rtl of. Mr mother bar! a child
who bad a raah on Us head when it was
real i .oing. Doctor caJle4 it Imbtr rash
Ha f'avo us rmslii ine, but it aid no
gaaa. In a few dovs tho head was a
solid mnaa, a running, sorf. It was
awful, th child mod . ontinuallr.
Mkd to hold him and wauh him to
ks-p htrn from M-ratrhing tho aore.
Big "tlToriiin was ilreailful. At iaat we
rvrasmberra Cutlcurn Komeslie. Ws
KM u il.illar bottls of Cuticuia Renol
Tonl, a I'.n "f CuttCUrn Ointrnent, and
a bar of Cutloura Boap. Wo gave tl
II .ivent aa dirextsd, waalied the head
with the Cutloura Soap, and applied
tha Cutteura Ointmsnt. Wd had not
i.--l half bafor) tho child's head era
clear and fnsa from ecr i.ia. and it ba
i, over isitno back nrnin. His head was
healthy and ha bad a beautiful head of
hair. I think the CuticUM Ointment
vi-y fur tho hair. It makes tho
haii si ne iiinl prBTsnti fulling hair."
- mod) Mrs. Francbi Luad, I'laioClty,
l tiih. Sept. IQ, 1 w l).
Fof niorw than a feneration tV.e Cut i-
rnira Ransdlea bars anoniw the spaad-
les anJ moat ex-oiioninal treatment for
'i.in am) einlp eruptions of young anil
old, that itch, burn, crust, cale, ami
destroy irsep. Bow throughout th
I world. Bend fo Fottor Iinig A C bst..
Curo.. solo props., Boston. Ma., for
I f ris. 32-paXS CutlcureJ Booklet, a fu ids
to fVir ami hair health.
FINAL CLLAN-UP SALE
FROM TRAPPER TO WEARER
Bu tho P AMOL S
dlract from America's
at our holcsalc sales
room and save tin
THE WORLD OVER
biLUVV STORIkl lPtKS' PRICES.
m WoI.sm 01 I ill IK SPECIAL SALES.
our mi -
o perm la under Mpuriou
' ' Dl ' mmOX In 1.UIK fura.
"Iiiiiiiius Kratitfr rurw enloy th-
'Vi ,i. rice : i- pioil iJinitethln . m. r
.. io.it tu.' I ' ti i ts l Stm. , who eel
inre 1 M7.I.' The ui warraniH.i
repreaented, -t n-l r not found in fu
r - pi 'tut f"r th irHnon. We hv
etal "tor.- li.it you ctm buy then.
1lre)t from u at rpilurwd whitl-ile prlc,
(.1 SI INK III MIAN MOIRK IN.NV
s . MKM(IT, CsiMCvt and oih
$17.50. $26.50, $35.00, $45.01
i.i si ink miiii i mix.
i n v, (ii i . it wroos,
HI v . K POX, MINK anl
$U.50, lC $40. $55
Ml NN I Ol II I OAIH, lined
Kllh Muikrats Msvrmot and
$Z0.tl0.' $30.00, $40.00
WRM'N A I
1 1 v i a, ii
I II MOBILE
i t.. Degsala.
lid uthsr fur.
$13,110. $21.00 & $30.00
.sv in unit i xnttiiii-
lll N H 111 Kit.
KRAMER FUR CO.
or Nr.w YOBK,
IS EAST 1STH STREET,
Ilrl. B'WSS ml mil Its., Nw Vnrh
ral .ooi,. or te u-tiolesiil ftalssrooma.
Out Ot The High Rent District
Ss I ill. I I VJI i Hi. Ill UI
rimuiTiinc rn tic
i umiuuni. uu.
588-590 Ninth Ave Nr 42?5T
CASH or CREDIT
' III I'll M'ilft-
1 il I null,- uf
- H I an (1 tl,
CMH f f r Ii
rgf. I. i k
rirriHl c rri
v-.i'ii nml It
novi hire u
Prompt Relief--Permanent Car
LIVER TILLS fie vcr
fa.il. Purely rget
oltlfi art lureljr
tint Krnl'y n
Hition irnirove the cornpleiion bnghlMi
tl.r eye., biukii P 1 1J , Samall DtM, SsbaIJ Pnc
Genuine mmImm Signature
CHILD'S HEAD SOLIb
1 MASS OF HUMOR
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