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THE EVENING W )RLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912.
STORM R A GES A T SCENE OF WRECK
Stops Dandruff and Scalp Diaaoe.
Restores dray or Faded Half to
Its Natural Color.
LEADERS OF FINANCE
! AND SOCIETY AMONG
THOSE LOST ON SHIP
Capt. E. J. Smith and Three
of His Principal Aide
sidor Straus, Major Archibald Butt,
'William T. Stead, Benjamin Gug
! genheim, Frank D.Millet, Henry
B Un.n - 4-V-.A T ! rr T Jet
JJ. 1W1113, 111 LUC UlOl.
Wrfcn the mighty Titanic plunged to the bottom she carried with
far some of the most distinguished representatives of two nations. The
United Slates and Great Britain are represen!ed on the roster of the dead
with names that are known throughout the world. The list of dead is
Dt Strictly accurate as yet, but wireless and cable are rapidly confirming
It list of saved, and in the confirmation of the list of saved the list of dead
I bo confirmed.
Americans distinguished the world over are among iho; who
went with the ship to her final resting place. Prominent among these,
and particularly prominent in New York, is Col. John Jacob Astor, de
scendant of one of Manhattan's oldest families.
leldor Htm in. th New
cdtesnt end philanthropist
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PAUK TMONIPSONI,. PHOT.
and Ik MonM." other l,lg Harris sur
ceeaor Virl 'Th Travelling Salesman"
lad "Tlie Third Lusne."
FOf NVtrftl kMaOfll lat.-ly Mr. Harris
hM lil from s.xt.nn to tssentv rom
p.uii.s on tour.
Mr. fTiiiTI wnu pri'Sifti-nt or imp nrnry
lor In On
tlun . .r OreMOt N
nn.l III" b rot hr foun.leil
to lie IM largest tareh
In t h world at Cedk
What ll Kill
Curl H. 17-hr of Mrooklyn n ne of
tho i.ist tennis pgjperta In In I nltee
Stale Mr. Bthr has Vlalted Mnglnnd
nd th National thro.' MUM
omfMfa for the Oavls
I '( I 111 I .Ml
n , 1 nl America, dire -1 tropin
Theatre atenagen AModa WyekoB VanderhooC wn a resident a!
Vorb. iraaaurtt of ! wllllmr.urg. Uroonlyn, and ti Oeora-
tha Actors1 read of AMorloa ann true I lary or tnr wiiiiauteuai city nro m
lea -if tha Hebrew infant Asylum of nranca company. He was well known
Nt, Vorli Mi llnrrlH belong-M ! a In Insurance ainlM throuahout Broob-
number of oluba and ocieti. Among, lyn.
la Hubs iM the l.arnl. unit Urrenj Tll.lltev J
n'xth ilrpet. w-nt to Rliropa "ti a vaoa
tlon abunt t:ip mlddln of l-VIo iwry.
Normal t'arlylr Craig, J, IV, Is well
known I ii. ouarhoiit Knffland as an atl
thorlty on economic ItUftani, He uj'
lHrn In lHfia and was Btada K, C, In
HOB, and ontarrtl Parllanirnt In
from the IsIp of Tlianen. Hp Is I t'am
hrlaiRe graduate and duriiiK his i olpf
days attained considerable fame us an
1 1 us;. ps It. ROOd was vl.T-prealdent
and faneral mannKpr of the Pacink
'rosotln fompany and a wpalthy tell
dent of Seattle, Wa.h. Mr. Hood had
Stewart llolilen of Ijondon lieen nhrrad with Ills wlfn an I hOf maid
lp madi Ids home nt WO, u wis on ni way to ipen a mission at
I'arh Wi st. He wa ai riun- at. .nne s i:plicopal Chlirra of Hrooa-
hy Ids wlfp. who was lyn on April zi
1 . i , .lampa Mnnltnniiiv Rmirl was flrrt-k
' ".'i.t r.il
panted In Rtirops
Miss Iran waliach
whom ha married In 19.
CLARENCE MOORE NOTED AS A
Clartnc Moore ol Waahlneton, 'one
of Atnetlra's lel known sportsmen, ai
ifn in Clarfctburti w. Va. in ise.v
Hp was pdmnted In DiifTerln Colleae.
OnttrtO, and tn his early years dairaNi
Himself to danllkllM the mineral re
sources of his native StMe
8lnee HN Mr. Moore had made hl
home in WaiMnftOn. where ha U I on-nci-ted
With the banMtU and hrokeraae
hr.i: nf Illb'.S A .Wf. oorn s nr..
wife was Alice MnlAiiahl!
P'ranlilln MoUaOlMIn of
she died In ii'". laarini
Frame. Sarah and
Moure On Jvin SH.
six ears old and hid mad hla home
at the Hotel Victoria. New Yorb, tor
the last etcht year. Mr. Smart waa an
Inventor and achieved success with the
Invention or a cold storae appliance for
use aboard ships Ills office! were In
the Produce Kxclianae Rutldlna. He had
been abroad to visit hla wife and two
children, who raslde In K.urope.
Kdward IV falderhead was a Miyar
for Olmbel Hnnther nif New Vorb. He
lived with hla wife nnd seventeen-vear-old
daiiarhter at No ;il West One Jfun
drl and Klahtleth street. Mr. i'aJder
hea.l wai flrty-flve yeara old and had
kdOD a buyer for Olmbel Rrothera for
The two hitter were U sail at I later
WESTERN BUSINESS MEN WHO
SAILED ON LINER.
t, Hraily was President of the Pom
eroy ftatc Hunk of Pomeroy. IVaah
Intrton. K. M. Warren waa Presld. nt of tt
. brother of
Mat hi n and Oacar B. Straus, was horn
j Rhenish Bavaria, Feb. . im:.. and
earn to this country with his parents
la ltli. Ma was educated In prepara
tory aehoola ajid In Waahlnaton and
' Mr. Straus attained prominence dur
M da civil war when, as th rrpre-
ntatlva of a Oeorgla company, he
lit abroad In l(t to asalat In the
of etaamenlps and auppllsa
tha Confederacy. In mnn Mr.
tua. with hla father, founded th
i of L. Straua lone. Iroiiortsr of
kjroekery. Later ha and hla brother
Batlian became partner in ths firm
ad It. H. Macy a Co. of Nw York. 11
dlaa alao a member of th firm of
ikaaliaili A Straua of Brooklyn
MR. STRAUS IDENTIFIED WITH
Mr. Straua waa connected with many
d and civic organlaatlona In New
rk. He wa president of the New
k Crockery Uoanl of Trade and a
oter In vtal bank and financial
ItatltuUona. Mr. Htrau wa lctd to
doner In UN and attained promlnrnr
keeauae of hla tntareat In tariff lafla
afttlon and In the InveaUcatlon of moucy
Movement. He wa prnldent of the
8Muctlonl Alliance, vlue-preelden: of
tk J. Hood Wrlaht Hopltal of Now
fork and a meajber of th Chamber of
Oaotmtrc. HI horn wa at No. rM
raadway. Mr. and Mrs. Straus went
jkroed lai fall and had barn travelling
OOer Europe during the winter miinthi
The laat word received by hla aon. Percy
SVau. waa that hie father and mo.har
para aatUna for home oa the Tltaalo.
Major Arctltbeld Wllllnghani Butt,
Military Aide to Prealdant Xalt, wi
turning after an offlviul vlalt to Rome,
kare ha callad upon th Pope and
(lag Emmanuel Major Butt wa en
! tha moat popular officers In the army
waa prominent In Washing. on i
affati during two admltilstrutlon,
t been u:tiM to th Whl.a
ky Preatdent ltoonevell, who Be
him aa a military aide becauee
a military article which he bad wrll
)R SJWTT LONO A NEWS-
Major Butt we bom In Oeorgla
yeara ago. Frcvlou tu :b
ilah-Amarlcun war h wa a n-
aorreapom'.ant .it Waiiilngtnii, rep-
attnc the Loulsvlll Foil, NaabvitM
-. Atlanta Conttllution, Au:u:a
roalcl and aavannah News, ii ke
aa aaoretary oi toe American i.egi-
. at Mealru City whan Matt W. ltau-
Oam of North i.arollne waa Minuter
Troon the deatn of Mlnltr Itaninn
Sjutt returned to Waibtngton and new
It wae through the etlorta of the
Tttta MaJorOen. 11 C. Cnrbln, Adju
(Jtktkeneral or th Army during th
RptuUah-Ainerlcan war, that Major
Silt entered tn aervlca He wa one
t twenty young offlcara appointed to
tmand in fifteen voluntr regl
it for PktUpolna aefvloe tie wa
dommlaaloned a Captain In Dm yuur
armeaisr s department.
On hi return fiom th Island lie
tStd glaan a ccniinl'alon In the regular
agaay and want to Cuba Willi Ui urn,
OC ooaupatlon. Shortly afterward h
' moa choaan aa military aid to I'raa.
damt Roosevelt Major Putt, l ien ui.
jgj, attained oonsldu, able promlr.en.s
kOUOll of hi asso-latlon will. Preal
dgt Itooevell ioclally no baciielor In
Waeblngton wa mors liked than Mslor
MOtt. He lived In an old fasuloned man
alao. where he entertained Uvishly.
WILLIAM T. STEAD A MOST
William X. ate. i. Kdltor of aha Br
etaw of Revtewa, and moat prominent
of the world's Journalists wax born In
Majbtoton. KngUnd, July ft, lt. H
waa aducaied In dllcuuis Hckool, Wake
flgld, end after leavla t hat !nlliutiou.
ag tbe ace of four-.eon, entered a mar
ckant's office ua an aurentlct
A few year, later lie enterod Juurna -Ism.
end at t i age of tnenty-two bad
become editor of lb Northern K
published t Dardnfton In ISSU Mr.
Reeled i .e i. 1 1 e aislstsv t edit.-r of the
Fall Mall tlatette, and t nee yeara later
am confirmed a editor In chief.
Mr. Stead attained prumlaence in lUt,
when he wa? sent to prison fur three
mouths for piibliKhlnK a political article
entitled "The Maiden Tribute." Mr.
Stead foutnlau the Review of Review
in l1, snd a year later peart ed tho
American Review of Reviews. Mr
Stead OOa on of th leadliiK world
advocates of univalent peacf. He uegan
hli peace proiMKamla In Km. lollOWtak
a visit to flie Caar of Ruialu. He
foanJwl a weekly called War Against
War and attended the seisl ins of Th"
llagu Tr.iiMiiai.oi which h Kate the
widest publicity In hi various puhllca
tlnns. He gtrangly oppnd the Doer war,
and wrote aeverul strong article that
attracted widespread attention, umoni;
them hcltiK his "Shall 1 Slav My
tlrnthr liner" and "War Against War
In South Africa." Mr. Stead In IttO
proposed toe founding of the Inter
national Union to combat mllltarim
and aacuro the adoption of The Hague
He waa alfSOOl as Wall known In the
United Utiles. Which he visited fre
d... cliffy, as In hi niUve land. In MS
he wrote an article entitled "If Chrjft
Came to CMOIRO," which created a fu
rore In thin country. In Inter je.ir
Mr. Htrad v u, IntrrrittOil In the occult,
and hi icie.iiche In article form ware
given w.du prumlm ncv In two conti
nent. P. D. MILLET, ARTI3T, A GREAT
Prank U. MUleL the artlat, whoie can
tfaaea org kninn In every Olrllleed coun
try on tha globe, nas born at Malta-
an Important position lii the general
nperlnirndi nt' office, where be re
malnad until 1T7. That year h' be tmi
ccretarv to the general manager of the
Missouri Piiclfle Railroad, and In IIM
he keeame general manger of th road.
Mr. Haya urn I hosen general manager
of the Wabaah, St. Louis and Pacific n
year later and from that stepped to tho
managership of th WahSfli WtsVin,
tlonal promlnanca becaue of thir min
Ing and gmoHlnaj Intoraata, oaa born in
I'll. Lull lphl.1 Oct. i'l, IW' lie wa the
lkft.h Of t'he seven sons of Meyer (lug
genhalm, founder of the Ininons house
o( M. QaaHonkelrn Hons. At the n
of twenty Benjamin lluwarrtielm waa
sent to COIOfado bjf hi" father to take
i hatWe Of mining Inti ret. He nulckly
r Dgnlaad th poaalMlltle of the
'" MR Wl ires vsn i vr unuoi
H.muel Pre. tllll sewsasi . r.e.wr.
IMR he marriedj FRATERNAL CIRCLES.
Miss Mat elle Swift, daughter of the late William Anderann Wilker waa a gar-
H C. Salft f Chicago, ny bis aocona mint manufacturer of Manhattan and
murrlafc he had I WO children. Jasper ntfOd at No 1: Bagt Park street. Ra
nnd CHren -e Jr. orange, N. j. (p went abroad on a bus-
Mr. ktOOr WOI Master of Hounds Of I Inesi trip several weeks gn. He was
tin Chevy Chaaa Hunt, anil was well fifty yeirs old and well known In fra
hnown In vac'itng circle., lie was a,t.rnl circle In the Oranges, having
member Of the New York Yacht Club, I Mastpr nf Hope Laidge, r. A A. M.
th" Travpllers' club of Paris. thP Met- Hanfpl Warner Marvin had ben abroad
ropolltan, CMtevy Hiase and Allol CtttOI . witta hllRrMbJ on their honeymoon. Mrs.
at Wat-hlngton Marvin's name Is among thoee saved
larotiFS FUTRELLE GAINED i'rnB1 ,n Titanic The Marvin resldd
JACQUES rut Nfa, tw RJrerotda Drive. The
FAME AO wnlits. Marvlns were married on March It and
laoquel Kutrelle. who With his Wtfajattraotad attention to themselves by
hai .iH'i'ii looming hlg In American liter- f having moving picture taken of the
nrv circle, was born In Pike C.mutv. I wedding. Mr. Marvin and hi bride de
Oa., forty years ago. After flniHluii j parted to Kurope the dav after their
h!. education he entered lewspuper , m,, ring. and had bean touring 5reat
work In lWi and later 'neoame a rP'i tJf Britain and th Continent.
In New York. In M he beg in to con-1 ,.;d(rar j Mv,r wu , merribe-r -a? the
trlitule to magaalnen ail la'terly b'-$,t0(.g rX . !mnre house at Kugen Mever
vot.-d his entire time to fiction wrltlna ,r & 0l of Sl . w-in Mp,, Mr
Smong Mr. rnireiies nnuas . Meyer, who was twentv-rln years old
Master and I ne 'Kn,an(, rrni v(V 1VI si IMhtv.
With I lie. consolidation of the Wabaah 1 amelllng bualneaa and Induced the fani- i ,,inri John Weir had been for mny I
Una, Mr, Hay arakiaada rlceprealdnt I y I0 enter that line, a business In i v,r, a resident of New York, inakin
Of the i peny and general manager I WhlOfc they havo led ever lnce. The Unmr , ti,r Wuldorf. Colonel Weir.
it hi,, ennie ayatoan. These poaitiona ""r mn i me a i who waa alaty yoara om, waa a ratirea i
Mr. Hays retained until Inc. HI. Ki;, was in luirite or
alien he resigned to accept the (len- I MM' attained lad
eral Wanagerahlp of tht tlrand Trunk !",h"' emclters In
RallwB) Company of Canada, with 1 1
heail'i'iartera In Montreal.
In l'"T he eonpletOd the i cor-nidation
of lb Cttntral Vermont Rallwav
Company, n subsidiary line oftheOraod
In the meantime Mr. Have had been
elected president of the Orand Trunk,
At the dc,ith of Collls P. lliintln?ton,
Praaldont of the Southern Pacific Com
pany, Mr. Hays took the plMO. lit re
signed n Tew month later and wa re
called to the tit. mil Trunk as scond
vlr-presldent und general manager.
GREATEST FEAT OF THIS RAIL
Prnhnhlv tle greatest railroad feat In
Mr Kay' history was Ids eonooptlon
and planning nf tha Oradd Trunk Paoiflo
Itnllwav, which was made possible
thronsn lha asilslance of sir Wilfrid
Lnurii i. alio In KOI an I 1H04 assisted
In the passage of the necessary legisla
tion. This Hue will be the only trans
continental line wholly within Canada.
It will be .1.(101) tulles In length.
On Jun. I, lulu, Mr. Hays was elect
ed a member nf the board of dlreetnrs
of the Grand Trunk Central Rallwa)
Company and wns also made president
nf the company and all Its subsidiary
Hues and Miinclns Mr. Iluys had u
mining eneineer. and was known in
lis nj ttnln
to the erection or ,,, .,,, ,, mir circles throughout
,-uilou parts Of the (he country. Colonel Weir had been
fil.r.va.l foe SMStStMsl month Ultll hiStWO
The Otlggen Im Interests ni e so I ,,,, ,, .
lart that they have become the ruling Wiird Slant. in was a well-known
factors Id the Amorlonn malting and , ,,B,ntrr nf ,a, ne sultlects nnd an an
Raflnlntt Pompany. Benjamin OuMon- ; morlty on marine construction In and
helm marrlod MlaaPloratta dallaaaan, I about tha water of Maw Tdrk He was
daughter of James Scligsnan. a banker ; ,,,., , ,hp Kouthi ull r,pr he com
of this city. Three daughter ware i ,,,,,, ,d n(i ,.,,.atlon In New York he
born of the iiiMirluge. turned to loiirnallstlc work, l-'nr many
n iw enjamtn utmannera rectd t yMra ha waa editor and illustrator on
I the Nautical Gazette of thi city, at
I one time Owning an Interest In the
, paper. A few year ago he gave up
Skin Peeling Nature's
Aid to New Complexion
M II M nuke
the manufacture of machinery, Three
years later tli s plant was merged with
the international nteatn pump Com-1 hi work on tha magaaln to imiuig
paay, in wntiM .Mr. iniggeniieiur luui i iiin love for in. lie nalntad all of th
mural decorutlons on the now Hudsn
been for y.nra a Iteuvy atockanlder.
He wag made rhiilrinun of the Ke u
ttd aktnmjtleejj IrvlWhhth rnfM U- be
served until January, LM9, when he was
tad pin Mdajatt,
HARRIS WIDELY KNOWN A8
lay l.lne steamer Robert
dirt otlier urt work for tlie stPamshlp
company ' He wa returning from a
two monlhk' trip In Spain, when he
hn, porn to est sketch material for a
new KcrlcH of palnlingtt He was mui
rled uad had three children.
Henry Ii. Harrl. one of the mo,tlME F THE OTH ER NOTED
prominent Of New York theatrical man- .PERSONS ON THE GIANT LINER,
itgers, was horn In r't. l.ouls Dee. 1. ltstMS. I Waller D 1 ' liglag of Minneapolis
Mr, tfarrla received bis education In the! WB, one o' the waaUhlej t :-ien i-i Mln-
public schools of the Missouri nietropo- . j
La and In pOgtOn, where his fan.il
uiovcl when he was Mtl.l a boy. It was
In the latter city thnt he first euteresl '
the theatrical firi. fee-ion, becoming con
(from tVomaa'i Thbunt)
aiercoilsed wis Is a natural bestitifler.
R.v risking off Iks devitalised sur'sce
skin, it merely hastens NatUff'8 work.
The soccind skin layer, beouant gradually
to view, exhibits the healthy youthful
color produced by eaplllsry circulation.
Thli beeenea the eaptuarlss are thus
brought nearer the surface; alio because
ihs new skin Is unsilled by dull and dirt.
I This wax. to bs had at any drug store
I in ounce will doi pj put on nightly Ilk
cold ci tain, washrd off inarnlags with
, wsrm "wiit"r. Its work usually Is com.
I pietsd In from seeen la len dsys, long
I enough not to show too marked results
from day to day, ef cause pain or dsten
! A fare ba:h to eetnetve wrinkles, Baade
fulton and Dy ","i,in n ounce or laaollts In a
heautlfler. .lee Its sstrinfien. and tonic
effec's smooth out the arlnkles la -.-enrrtanc
wl h Nsture's isn proeets.-
potseit. .Mass., in iaJ and ulinosi from i Kowlng tribute paid to him a year ago
In boyhood had Iwen a rover. Ho ! hy Sir Wilfrid l-mrl-r. w ..... at a dime r
ragmtil the aavaaj a auj tno tiv con-1 of the Canadian ciub in Nan York, aald
tinnr., and It ha been said of him that , vtr n iys was me preaiesi runway
tl.ero was no spot on earth where ome
one did not know lilm or where he did
not kno.. some one. A traveller si. II, be
only to the lata Kdward n Harris
went io hi death with th Titanic.
At tlic outbt.ak of the civil war Mr
Mi . a. '.!' as a drummer boy. H.
wa later promoted lo tlv position oka aboard th
MM sttt.it in tno Surgeon':. Corps. Aflor
the war MUlet eulcred Harvard Culver
ally, and upon hi graduation entered
newspaper work, He Joined tho stair
of tl, Uosten AdVertlaeT, and later was
made city adltor of the Uoalun Courier
Still later he bc.anio editor of th bat
uitia Venlng tlaavtte.
Millet ever had a talent for art. ami
In is.: h enter! that Held, ui lying
at the Royal AcaJamy t Antwerp,
whero ho won honor during hi Rrgl
year. Hi work atUaOted tho at tan
Hon or Charles Francis Adgnta wiun
til" 1 titer wa appoint. si commissioner
tu the Vienna Exposition uf 1171, knd
he chose Millet a hi aecrutary
In IsM M.llat returned to America and
combined newvaiier work with art. II
aulite.l lohn l-s Paige In dactu utlng
Trinity Churoh. Unton. In 177 he be
came a war correspondent for a New
York ticwapeper and aent through the
Itu.so-'.'urklsh war. Ills' Journalls'U
nrortt a'.trnrted attention la London nnd
he wn appointed fcy the editors uf the
London Hilly M , to arceed th cela
kf .' 1 Archibald POTbOl,
MHIet not only wrote wonderful de-
aertptioaa of th battiai kui drew vivid
aket.'hea. He ratumad from tka wa
with six mada'e fr bravery under fire
Millet Ihen WOOl to Pgrlg and devoted
his tlm to art entirely, Ha waa okoeen
a gtOmkOf ot the Fin Aft Jury for the
Xir.i luii of 17'. I i illy afterword In
returned to Pogton and marrlod,
Per a few year he led a QUlOl life,
but the roving Imnulaa grew too itronti
I III HM a,nd he aaialn nont tn Kur il
where hs made iltetchss for Amerl sv
i. .mar nes. Soon afterward be seltl
I down la vTaroeete rehire, unglt J. v m 1
I place he oalled home ever gftarwavd
i Ills work a palmer ha earned hln
det .rations and honors In half . die
I countries. Millet Is well ropreaent. 1
with painting in America At tka Mc-t
ropoUtM Mueum of Kin Art XI 111 -t 111
represented with several oanVAgeg
HAVB ONE OP CANADA'S BIG
Cliarle MelVtlla Hays, prealdenl of the
Qrand Trunk and tlrand Trunk PgelflO
OompanlgOi was one of Canada's mOBI
distinguished in. ii and was regarded In
the railway world a one uf the most
1 gtioceaefiil of i uibiera and dlroctora a -
though born In the United States and
bat for seven ttea year a reeidi.nt . f
Canada. Mr. Hays was r. sardsd as otit
of the Dominion i it-sdlnj: man.
He was born at Hock Island, til , May
pi HM. nn i nt tin- agi of laventean he
entered the aervloa of the Atlantic and
Pac'flc llai. road In St. bOUtg He had a
natural talent for railroading and rna
repldiy in the piofcislon. H obtalnad
Mils Mary B. Ila. a slater of Mr.
Hays, bus been visiting Hie family uf
Cyrus Wulser In l'i p. i Montclalr, N.
IS She said haf brother was returning
riianlc ii c ,. 1. 1 nn. t tiy hla
wife ufd i 1 1 - i i -1 .i v and daughter. Mr.
and -Mis. Thornton Uavldaon of Mont
real. GUOOENHEIMS HAVE ATTAINED
Benjamin Guggenheim, member or
the fa ally that has attained Interna.
nected with '.lie old Howard Athenaeum.
He left tint house ta become a partner
In the llrm of Men and Harris, for
many years aotlva In ikt theatrical his
tory of Boat on,
AmOttf the stars whom Mr. Harris
managed during his Boaton career w'ere
Kky Irwin, Peter Dailey nnd . Mr.
Langtry. Mr. Harris produced "The1
Climbers'' With Amelia Kingham In : lie '
principal role. This wag his opening
Wtdga Into New York llicatr.cals. Later!
he started itooei i Bdeaon on his (tarring t
career. Mr. Hani ; entered New York '
n- manager of tha Hudaon Theatre m
West Forty-fourth Btreots a poaiUOQ In
hs held OOntlnttOUaly ever ilnte.
It. PJOti Mr. Hurrls goqUlrad the Ha k
ett Theulre and a short tlm later won
hi grantee) tkdntrloal vl tor In tha
production Of Charlr Klein's "The Lion I
ot rouNTAins,HOTCLa.on ctacwHcm
Original end Genuine
The Food Drink for All Ages
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$ Post no more than Si
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Mr f I out the gloves. "Kayser"
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for tho sngginR ligitment!! nf
a wi nkonrd arch is given hy
the COWAJU) wn BOFfORT
Shoe, wliot her sitting, tand
ing or wnlking. Tho pcu
linr ennatruotion relieves
painful conditions, and re
stores the arch structure to
its rightful position.
Coward Arch Support Oho and
mad by Jam S. Coward, in hi
Custom Dspt. lor over JO Sara,
SOLD NOWHERE BL98
JANES S. COWARD
264-274 Greenwich St., N. T.
Mall Order Plllad Send tor Catalogue
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cised their right to recall their
advertisements from non-pro-Jucing
mediums and place
them where they bring the
Q1 RQ WORLD ADS.
O 1 ,0OJ LAST WEEK
12,323 More Than the
A GAIN of 1,682 Ads. over
The World's record for cor
responding week last year.
WORLD ADS. LEAD
BECAUSE THEY SUCCEED.
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send I lie. In silver or stsnnu 10 piiy pot-
sua im aaod roa l b0,,,
an.l our wonilertnl Irstlinoila s.
Th.rr Is no rsoill,. tor bnlitiirss. write
to day id iwlaeee Hair Ramady CO., aa.ia
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gWlaaea it on sale t ail draggMM and
iir'in deoaataiaau st Ida, nd 11.00 a
Extraordinary Sale of
which have been on rental in the best homes of New
York and vicinity for a brief period. Numerous
other slightly used high grade pianos, including
HAINES BROS., WEBER, etc.
(taken in exchange as part payment for Knabe
Grands and Player-Pianos) are included in this sale.
All have been carefully rebuilt by our expert workmen
are perfect and fully guaranteed.
Unusually Attractive Priees:
Mahogany. Was $ rf e
k30. NOW Oaf 7
, 1840. NOW
nette. M all og
an v. Wa 9700.
Wa 84U. .
Was ,8J0. NOW . .
Uose. Wus gHiu.
Ebony. Was 1900.
Waa UJU. NOW. .
Perfect . Was
Was $830. NOW . .
anv. A beauty.
VasJ00. NOW .
Waa M00. NOW..
Waa 300. NOW..
fect. Waa WOO.
grantl. Was $000.
wood. Was $300.
Was $41)0. NOW..
feci . Was SDUO.
nut. Was 1800,
KNABE-ANGELUS. q m m
.$1030. NOW Ol 9
Wa$50. NOW. .
Or I.uxe. gj
U74. NOW.. . .
Was $300. NOW. .
Music rolls Jrec and sptcial library privileges
Some of the above pianda will be so!J
on TERMS as low aa $5 a MONTH.
All Are Fully Guaranteed
Liberal Allowance for Old Pianos Taken in EukoHM
Record Music Rolls
'It's all in the Rnll"
COMPLETE LINE OF COLUMBIA aSJ
TALKING MACHINES and RECORDS PjJ
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS.