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HUNDREDS READY TO CARE FOR SUFFERER
abend the Cferptthix. He alto accepted the special ambulance service of
That the Carparhi-i Is practically a hospital ship was indicated by
despatches early to-day from Norfolk, Va., where the wireless was said
to hive picked up enough scraps of information to build up part of the
story of the Titanic tragedy.
More than two hundred of tho women roteued from tho
Titanic, according to tho report are confined to itaterooma and
have not been out of them since they were picked up, frantic,
terror-etricken and suffering from exposure, in the Titanlo'e life
boats. Many of the survivors, it was declared, are in a hysterical
state (ram being bereft of husbands or other loved ones, and are
constantly under tho core of the chip's surgeons. Some of them
l or hat been besieged bv survivors, who wanted word Bent to relatives
una friend that they were safe.
Mm. John Jacob Aator Mtit a long message t relatlvee (Hint of the
tragedy and tka probable drowning of bar husband. Tho wireless oporator
of (ha Carpathla himself (otd soars of tho flory, and It la ha Who will prob
ably bara to tafl It when tha ahtp reedaee New York.
Alt hope (hat oltiier Isldoe Straus or hla wife ware eaved wad abaadraad
by the Rtraut family tn-dar. J. A. Bed en on k. a buyer for R. H. Stacy Co.
and a paeengr oa (ha Carpathla, aant the following; wlrMeee dispatch to
Party Straus, a ton m Uldor Straus:
Missing. Every boat watched. Father, mother not on Car
pathla. Hope still
One niMAite ptckr-fl up laat night from the Carpathla told of the roaoue
of Mr. I.uclan n Smith, a bride of kx or eevn weeka and (he danah(er of
Congressman Hughes of West Virginia With her huaband aha waa return
lac finn a honeymoon trip to Bnrope. She waa eared, but ha waa loot.
The ior-na, which Waa reoelved by Mm. Smith 'a family, stated that tha
hrM noe III D critical ,-,.n,lltlAi mm m Miill . .fiM .liiwb .1 - -1 . .. Hud
are m oeHrwm, while others nave not reoovereo from tne ngera mission h .ought of n.o Government to have hrr rammed from the car-
pathJa before the ahlp docked.
of eight hours in lifeboats In a cold, foggy sea.
ooodhwre are borne out by information from Washington, m
with allowing representatives of the press to board the steam
ship before she lands. Tha owners of the Cunarder objected to allow
kjf say one aboard on the ground that the survivors of the Titanic,
mostly women and children, were hysterical and in no condition to be
questioned in regard to their pitiful experiences.
A report waa made pubUc by both tha Aaaoclatad Preee aad tha United
Preee early to-day that J. Bruce leraay, managing director of the White
bar Use. who la one of the few man reamed from tho TltaaJo, had ar
raacad to hold tha Oodrlo here ao that ha might board her oa her outward
trts tor England. Tho Ootrta waa booked to aatl at noon to-day. One at
tha raporta waa that Mr. lama waa to be traaafarrod down tho bay from
tha Carpathla to tho Cearle. Both regorta were naautborlced. The Oodrlo
aaMad at noon aa aeheduled No arrangement, It waa aald at the White
Star ofAcca. had boon made to take oa Mr. Ia may down the bay.
MESSAGE FROM ISM AY IS WITHHELD.
Vtao-Praatdaat rraakUa of fho White Bur line aald tula aitarnooa:
"We are not getting a thing by wlreleee from tho Carpathla. We
here hoard tram bar eereral Umoa, but there la not tha allghtaat eaplana
tiea of tha Titanlo'e alnklng or anything pertaining to tka dlaaeter In any
way any of the wlreleee maaaagaa wo bare reoelved."
"lava you hoard from Mr. lemayr ha waa naked.
"Tan," replied Mr. rraakUa. "I have reoelved eeveral maaaagea from
Air. leaner The laat oaa oamo la during tho night. Mr. lomay la otunned
ffgoad axpreaaloc He U almply overwhelmed."
tr. rraahOa decllaad to make publle tho maaaagaa from Mr. lamay.
A abed tt It waa true that Mr. lamay would tranefor from tha Carpathla
to Ska Codrie at aaa. Mr. rraakUa aald:
1am aartala that ao attempt to traaatar wlU be made."
. rraakUa aald that arraagimaate had bow mada with atveral
huapttak aad that amhulanoaa would bo t tha pier to take earn of any
aarrtvora who ware suffering from aback after betas afloat la opea boata
tar aaaaaaj houra or from moatal dlatraaa. Mr. Franklin aald ka did not
kaow whether there ware aay auoh eutarara or not Ha aald ha expected
to hoar from tka sable ahlp Maakay-Baaaott to morrow. Tha oabla ahlp
called from Hallfag to tha acene of tho dlaaattr to pack up aay dead bodies.
ONam have been received at tha local oaVee of tha Free ah Una
tram Xarrra that eaptalaa of vaaaala aalllng from tkta port ahall take a
man aaathariy oouraa than tka chart abowg la order to avoid leaberga.
Tkla la tha flrat direct effect oa tho ateamahh) laaaa of travel at tho Tltanlo
IMMIGRANTS TO BE SPECIALLY CARER FOR.
Commleelonrr of Immigration Wllllama made arrangement to-day for
taking rare of (he Immtgraata among tha en rr Ivors. Tha commissioner a -alatad
by a corpa of hla moa from the Immigration atailon at RUta Island,
will be oa the pier when the Caftathta reaches it and aa rapidly aa possible
tha Immlgranta will he admitted, and tlioae who era unable to take care ot
tbomaatvea or have no frtanda to do ao will be provided for until their caaee
Can ultimately be disposed of.
It la probable that eome of the Immigrant will be helpleaa charge oa
tha Oavarament for a Uma at leant, aa they, like all othera on the Ill-fated
ahtp. muat have loot everything they had, monoy aad alt.
Soma of thaae Immlgranu will probably have to be sent baok to their
homea at their own request la the caae of aome of thorn, tha beada of tha
famlllon having been loot la tha wrack, the woman aad children aurvlvora
may prefer to return to their hOmeo. where they have frtenda and reUtlraa.
commissioner Wllllama haa accepted the offer ot the Wotnen'a ReUef Com
mittee to aia (ho immlgranta.
Among tha charitable aad other organltetlooe volunteering aaalatanoe
the New York eectloa of tha Council of Jewleh Women aad the Hebrew
Sheltering aad Immigration Aid Society. Tho former organization announced
laat alght that praparatloaa had been made by tta members to look after tho
aeeda of tha Jawlah woman, atoarage paaaengara.
Leon Bandara, Judge ot tha Municipal Court and president of the Hebrew
Sheltering and Immigration Aid Society at a meeting of tho Executive Board
of tha aoclety, appointed a committee of aoven which will moot tho Car
pathla upon arrival and will extend tho faellltlaa of the orgaalemtlon to thoee
aurvlvora of the Titanic dlaaeter who may be In need of aaalatanee.
The Houae of Shelter malntalaed by tha aoehrty at No. 148-111 Baat
Broadway, H waa announced, will ha able to care for at leaat flfty ot the aur
vlvora for euch length of Ume aa may be necemary.
On board tho Titanic ware MIS baga of mall for tha United Siatew,
Canada, Sooth America and the ParlSc lalande. Million of tattere went to
tho bottom with tha groat veaaeL
Tha lorn of tha Titanic will entail oonfualon and hardahlp on many
atoraa ot Now York which deal la Imported gooda tor aprlng wear. The
bulk ot the cargo wail made up of oonalgnmenta to the big New York akopa
Oaorgo B. Rogere, at preeent paraar ot tha Wklto Star liner Lauren tie
had been appointed aa jolat puraar with Mr. Monro of tho Titanic, but
at the laat moment this dotal! waa cancelled and ka rem aim aa puraar ot
tha Uurentlc. Mr. Barker, lata of the Majaatte, waa ordered to tho Titanic
A atraaaa coincidence la that Mr. Baker relieved Mr. Rogere whan tha
Utter loft the Republic Mr. Barker waa aavad when tha dlaaeter overcome
tha Rpubllc only to loaa hla Ufa on tho Titanic. J
TO BOARD CARPATHIA
FOR TITANIC INQUIRY
Secretary of the Treasury Orders a
Government Vessel to Carry the
Senators Out to the Rescue
EAGER TO GET TESTIMONY
FROM J. BRUCE ISMAY.
BOMB IS LEFT
Not Explosive Enough, How
ever, to Blow a Light Hat
Out of Ring.
, Fire Headquarters Conim!tlnr,er
Mn's seoret.'irv, a youin man naov-d
Willis, answered ull Inquiries 11 if he
desired to prottot .Mr. ROoeevelt from
publicity Kroin it Irss myel -i ... tnd:
vlduil Ii has learned thai .upcctor
Hem had mmn tha package -ipnrt end
found re bombl!ke thing 'hat reetly
wasn't vary bom ly Jaat how bonVby
this bom?) It and ether dftalla may 'be
THE TIME HAS COME
when the hlah-soundtna names of certain
makes of ' with hlirh?r prloes are
elna replaced hv other Instruments lust
naood or batter and rostlns much leti.
e road thit -tU d.rert from the muu
facturcr to tho nurrh:.iers homo Is the
simplest, mrrii and chrsoest.
A contrivance In the nature of a bomb
n.l ad4reeaed to Col. THeodore Hoosc
veit ttu delivered through the malls to
day to an employee of thn Hoosevelt
heatlquartera In tho Metropolitan llulld
tnu ut the branch poet-office there.
Although the bomb has not been ana
lyzed yet It Is reported from the bureeu
of combustibles tliat It ia hardly ex
plosive enourh to blow a very llifhl hat
out of a ring.
Thle mildly Infernal machine was con
tained In a mall package of th ruble
dimension K4x3 Inchea. The address
written on the w -rapping was "Col. Theo
dore Rooaavelt, No. 1 Madison avenue.
Rjah. I'ereonal, Please Forward."
Charlee El Conlck Jr. on employee of
t: i Hoosevelt hcnd(unrtrrs. got tho
package out of the poa:-oftlc- box and
carried It up to the T. It. campaign o-
esa. After ii" n:fi iiirneit it over
r tnatriimnt- of Ithrh qnftlKr ftnl rh -
true vaIu Is bsltiat demuns'.ravtcU tlaii lu
Ihousiindi of liomei.
To nlvai ymi m rhinrp lr know how tbtv
worVt out In actual eR0artinri, yvf Will Mfttt
I KKK to vmir home on of thM fammia
nanus or Plftyr-rianoa $ not, styls 20).
WASHINGTON, April 18. Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh
late (vday instrucied either the revenue cutter Calumet or Hudson to take couple of times he began to dislike the
the Senate committee which is to investigate the wrecking of the Titanic
out to fhe Carpathia to-night. The Carpathia will be stopped by cus-
looks of It. He culled to a fellow em
ployee. John & MM DOTS. Vfl who at once
uttgestvd notifying the Bureau of Com-
l.iiu.'KW.a ln.n.r.ln, licit', ra m.i .'-.a-m
toms ifflccrs and the committee set aboard before the vessel reaches portJ, '.udted the packntre tew- moments and
She will then be within the American customs jurisdiction and the
authority to stop her is lodged III the Secretary of the Treasury.
The aenatora who will make ttie !
veetlaatlon are a eub-eommltloe of tn.
ON FREE TRIAL
Too don't have to pay anrthina s oq4
sre nol obligated In any way. If. efts
a fair trial. ,vou don't daelde to keep It.
When you decldo to kaso It. we make vau u
Special Low Factory Frtcc
on Easy Terms
No lalereat. No Extras. -
Xesr Weaer I prlsl.t. SBBI aa
New l urlglil dlwontlaaed tlri IMun
Xtm rtaftr-ftaaoa 4M ou
l.ed ttaans 7 aa
Sarreror of Use Port Henry haa been Inundated by. requeeta for pi
fraai fliaaaa of the aurvlvora of the Titanic or or paaaengara oa tbe Car
patMa. RelaUrea aaa frleada of paaaengera known to have been oa the
Tltaaae are aocklng to Now York from all parte of tha country to meat the
Owing to the grant praaaura for tlekaU Clan. Henry naked so-day that
thaaa who with to meet paaaengera oa tbe Carpathla atap aaMa for thoia
ho wtah to aaa Titanic paaaengera. Tha Carpathla ealtad away (ram New
Tort anly a few daye ago. It la likely that tha further laeuance ot pier
aaaaaa to pereona wtahlng to communloata with Carpathl.. - r arlll
SEVEN LIFEBOATS MAY BE LOST.
A r aaa eat from tha Carpathla to tha White Star line to arrange to cart
tar tajrteea of tha Tttaale'a lifeboat ahowa that but thirteen of tha twenty
lllwhaaaa of the laat ateaanablp were laancbeo or ekw It abowa that atraa
of the boata that Were lauacbed ware lost with their cargoes of women and
children. The BtMBOta are that tbe seven lifeboats unaccounted for were
either diaab lad ta the eoUiai ot tha Titanic with aa iceberg or the ahlp of Chicago and north of the Ohio River became a nearby posiibflity this
lie tad aa after the accident that It waa Impossible to launch them. ..tf-l ... r-rnireis'ssiis ' i n.n.- M '
owing u the oenaorahip that haa been eatabiiabd aboard the Carpathia. afternoon whcn the inference Committee of Railway Managers abso-
mo aotalla of the wreck can be obtained until lite venae) resehea port. Cast. I ,u''y "ned c'own ,he demand of the Brotherhood of Locomotive En-
ENGINEERS WILL STRIKE;
RAILROAD MANAGERS TURN
DOWN THEIR WAGE DEMAND
A strike involving 40,000 railroad engineers on all the railroads east
of the Carpathla haa aald that ao preee mailer will be allowed to
leave fete ahlp by wlreleee. He la aendlng out nothing but pergonal maa
aagee aant 11a ta of aarvlvora.
The ecout cralaer Salem, unable to get any newa from tha Carpathla,
baa ahaadnnai the effort. Tbe following meadage from Commander
Chandler of the Salem waa received at the Brooklyn Nary Yard at ft o'clock
"Can get no information from the Carpathla ot any kind, although aha
Is within eaay radio communication. She aometlmea acknowledge a call,
hat will not admit the receipt ot meaaagea or make any reply. I cannot be
lieve that aha baa tailed to understand the maaaagaa 1 have aeat her. Ska
la within eaay range of the tornado station, so :ba Saum will go to Brad
That the White Star aad Cunard authorities anticipate a heartrending
and deewweelng experience when the Carpathla arrive is ahowa by the
acceptaaee on their part ot the offera of aid from the city government, pri
vate organisations and charities wbo are anxloua to care for the alck, In
jured aad mentaly dtetreeeed among tbe aurvlvora. At tbe request of the
White Star management only a fe reporters and ao photographers will be
allowed on tbe pier. Mayor uuyuor laeuad tbe following instructions to
Police Oucnmlaatoner Waldo to-day:
Sir: Oa the arrival of the Carpathla with tha eurvlvore of tha
Titanic the Halted States authorities Will exclude all photographers
from the dock apace devoted to the customa service You will ai
ded e all photographers or picture takers from entrance to the rent
of the dock. Also rope off a large apace on the oatalde for the pro
of theee unfortunate people from all approach or Interfer-
Of photographers or any one else. We owe thla to them, aad
let It he carried out strictly. WILLIAM J. fJAYKOH
glneers for increased pay for members of the order.
The reply of the railway managers terminated nerollations. In a
strike vote early this month 93.3 per cent, of the engineers voted to strike, i me ship who may have survived and
Committee on Commerce. The mnulry
ha the hearty approval ot rresldent
Taft. Senator William' Aldan timlth of
Michigan le chairman or the sub-committee.
The ottier members ara Bena
tora Perklna. Bourne, Uarton, fllmmuns,
Newlands and Fletcher. They Intend to
summon J. Bruce lamay as a witness
When they left for New Vork at
o'clock thla afternoon they wera ac
oompanled by the flarge.tnt-at-Aarms ul
Senator Smith said ha feared hla
committee would he without Jurisdic
tion to compel Mr. Ismay and other
riritlah subject! connectet with tha In
ternational Mercantile Marine to attend
its hearing and give testimony.
"We may not have jurisdiction over
ibo Individual," aald Mr. Smith, "but
the American Congress U not without
Jurisdiction over the hsrbors of the
United dtstes. It Is for the men
vho make use of the harbors to majt
:h public denu:iri for Information In
regard to tills totriblu ultaator, and to
do It now."
"Tha fact necessary to Intelligent ac
tion abould bs SRcerlalned without fear
or favor," aald Senator Smith, "and the
officers ot the White Star llnu should
respond to Congref s:unal action frankly
and honestly If thoy arc to enjoy tho
privileges of American poits and retain
tha confidence of tbe American public.
we are well aware that thla
ygl'ita ttae of beat le closely re
lated to, tf not actually a pert of,
the Britten eery ; net area that fact
should act deter the American Oov
eraaeeat from asarolsing Its au
thority Mill etandard of enlp
Aeat sat eoaatruoUon oilaulated
to aslaggalae tha dsager of eea
travel frets Americas, porta.
Among thoee who will be summoned
to appear before the Congraaalcnal In
reatlfintlng committee, besides Presi
dent J. Hruce lsmay, will k tho sec
ond, third, fourth and fifth omcei-a of
tha Titanic, who are reoorted to have
been saved, and any other omcets ut
ore of thirty. sis cities In Hsw
York Bute, or ring legislation to
1-eo.ulre adotjnsts lifeboat equip
meat, waa reed In both houses of
LON DOS BOARD OF TRADE
decided to water It- First he pnakeJ It
In tho sink and then he got a bucket of
water, immersed tt and in thu laalilo:i
carried it back to Fire Headquarters.
N'n report was made to t.;o pjllc con
cerning the rocenCon of ti e homo. At
FACTORY SALES ROOMS I
131 W. Sitd street (near 6th Ave.)
lltustrsted catatonia B oa reauest.
E'tslBgi br Apinlntatct. Tel Ohelsss Ml 4.
SEVERE ITCHING AND
BURNING ALL OVER
MANY MORE OFFERS OF RELIEF.
A meeeenger from tbe Mayor'a office brought word thlt afternoon to
the Wbtte Star oalclala that tbe Metropolitan Hospital on Dlackwell'a Ia
laad aad Belleme Hoapltal will be thrown open tor Injured survivors an
that epeclal arrangements will be made to rare tor eteeragn paaaeagers
who have no friends or relatives In New York to ruceor them.
The ami vat Ion Army haa also offered accommodation for thirty single
men at the Industrial Home, No. (St West Fortr-elghth street, and for
tweaty othera at lis hotel, No. It Chatham Square. Other accommodation
will he offered as It become available. The Training Collage, at No. 114
West Fourteenth atraet, baa also been fitted up to accommodate tweaty or
re- sMgur J. Meyer, wife of the President of the Baden Copper Com-
peay, eent a meeaago to Kdward Kohr, her uncle, in Norfolk, announcing
that aha waa safe. Her name had not appeared la the Hat of survivors first
aeat oat by the Carpathla. Mi a. Meyer, who waa a daughter of Andrew Sake,
wgg also reported rescued, ta a private auaaage to daks gt Co. of thla city
are two wlreleee operators aboard the Carpathla. one from the
. hat eaJy a few word of the real etery have beea toM.
Chief Stone submitted the answer of
the railways to the ftrty lstrtct dele
gates tale thla afternoon. They decided
to hold a meeting to-morrow morning,
when they will pass upon an answer to
be submitted to the railroads Thla
answer may ba a mcdlfloatlon of de
mands or a declaration of Intent ta
The Conference cnmmttce't en
ewer of March eet forth erRB mack
care and daflnlteneas their eonsdu
alena to the effect the- for the rea
sons stated the reauaet made by tbe
engineers could not be granted. Im
mediate responsibility of the rail
roads to the public was briefly
touched upon but apparently ems not
thoroughly appreciated, and we
again refer to It In greater detail. .
The public Interests are demanding
safer and better tranaporthnhn-.
double track where In many please
single track now eslsts. third and
fourth traoas where i.gilred; lirter
looking and block signals; better css
snd stronger tracks, the elimination
of dangerous area crosehtgt; the
adoption of safety appliances. In
view of the narrow margin of profit,
It le eteantlslky the duly of-the rail
road companies to provide far theee
neeesetUee before completely eg
bsuttlhg their revenues in the la
erae or wages The present wag
rates tie full, fair and liberal
dates at the Broadway Central Hotel
until nearly 4 o'clock thle afternoon. Mr.
tone retued to discuss his alana Hot
there wae a bualneeellhe stmeaphere
around tha headqahrtara of tha engl
neeis betokening action.
The railroad managers advance no
counter-proposition to the engineers.
They repeat their arguments, advanced
le March, rbat tbe railroads cannot r
ford te pay Increased wages. In addi
tion they state tt they consider the
preeent wag scale new and liberal.
The answer of VM railroad manager?,
comprising minor officiate from eob of
tne arty roods Interested, lies the In
dorsement pf the prssldents of sll the
railroads In the Eastern Diet: let The
managers and the presidents held sep
arate meetings, to-day ana then hU a
common meeting a: whlrb the reply to
the engineers was talked over.
Inasmuch aa the railroads have flatly
turned down the engineers- demands
there remains no ocoaalon tor Interfer
ence on tbe part of the Interstate Com.
meroe Commission unless both aldss
should apply tor mediation.
are on tne carpatnia.
A telegram signed hy the May
LONDON". April lS.-Imme.Mate and ,
searching Inquiry Into the Tltanlo dls- I
aatcr was promised to-day on the floor
of the House of Commone by President 1
Sldr.cy Buxton of the Hoard rf Trade,
which control all seagoing vesscle.
Buxton. In discussing the insdequste
live-savins; equipment on the big liner,
deelared the committee ot the board In
cnuego of l.tc-savlng pe long ha 1 re
cent, y recommenl d IfscTaeiOd lifeboats,
rnfts ai.l life preservers on ull big ships,
but that the requirement had been
found unaatlefeotdry an t had not been
put In fOTCe, He admitted tlio necessity
for tncrea f ec-lpnie-
T' .. hoard, he said, Wat unable to
cbmjK-l the transallantlc vessels to
loner their speel In the contest for
"express.traln" ships. He also said the
board could not force ships to take the
southerly puxsaKo In the sprliw, to
avoid the Ice.
The regulations under whl h the Tl
tenlc carried lifeboat aeronimodatlons
tor but aliout one-rbtid ot her passen-
gSrg and crew had not en revised by
the committee since 1SW. At that time
lb regulations were made for siilps of
"10,000 tons or more." The Tltantc's ton- j
na-;e was IS.oOO.
Mr. Boston replied to questions
thst ths Titanic actually carried
elateea boats on her davits, giving
aoeommodatlon for SB0 persons.
Other boats carried oa board pre- i
elded aoeommodatlon for aaothei
lee, making together a total ef I
1,1TB. In addition there were
forty-eight life buoys aad 3.40
life belts. Tbe aotaal number of
paesengera aad ores oa board the i
Tttaatie wae 8,30. - -In
reply to a uuostlon as to the false
, infermaUuii sent out Monday, Tostinast
I er- leneral Ramuul asserted that his de- ,
I partment had begun a vigorous invest!- i
gallon tn determine who was responsible I
j for the false reports. 1
Scalp, Body, Hands, Limbs Covered
with Scales. Could Not Stajd Tor
ture. Cured by CuticuraRemedies.
til Knickerbocker Are., Brooklyn, at. v
"About three year ago I was attacked with
a very severe Itching and hunting all over my
body and nnaliy nur skin
broke until my body looked
like e piece of raw meat. I
did believe Inst I could not
stand lie torture any
longcr. M i body ivos cov
ered alth Isrge white calt,
with scsles on my bands,
arms and loser limbs. In
about one seek my scalp
was covered with urales
which looked like dandrutl
but became worse each day
intil at the end of another week the scales
were as large as on a Hah. The Itrh lo my
bead was unbearah1. My hair was coming
eut In combfuls until It looked to bad I waJ
ashamed to go on tne street.
"I used tar soap for a shampoo but It took
' no effect. At the end of three weeks the back
1 of my bead waa completely bald. I was a
' sight when I decided to to the C'utirurs Olnt
' ment for the hair, and when I saw the wonder-
ful results I decided to try tbe Cutiiura Soap
end ointment on my body, after taking six
baths hi hot water with plenty of Cuticum
' Boep, aad using three boxes of Cutlciira Olet
1 merit and one bottle of Cutlcura l'llls, I was
cured My hair has grov -i more than sn Inch
In length Before u- 'H" Cuticura boep
I and Ointment I lost ail linger nails and
j my handn were so so: -ot 'd not put them
hi water. It I bad tried i 'u sooner I would
' have saved a few hundred dollars." (Signed)
i Mrs. K. Dellefaoa. Jen. ?. 111.
Cdtlcura Snap (2&c.t and Cuticum Olnt
! ment (30c.) ara sold by dealers everywhere
A single set is often sufficient. Liberal sample
1 of each mailed free, with 32-D. I
, Address, "Cutlcura," Dept. T, Boston.
asrTendet-faced mea jbould t
dee' Shaving Stick, a sanative hutuar.
Years of experimental
work has just brought
to successful perfection
the aieal instrument for
people who are deaf or
hard of hearing the
There is not a case of defec
tive hearing that this mar
vellous device will not re
lieve. We will gladly place the in
strument on trial with you
if you are skeptical. Easy
Payments of you desire,
hone or write for our rep
resentative to call.
Detect. Phone Co.,
186 Fifth Ave., New York
Koanu 10.1-400. Pbso 11 Orsssisiy
Small and broken beans of rOc,
high grade coffees. Equal Jfym.
to quality retailed at 35c.
No. 3 Willow street, llrooklvii. las: I
nllht. Ills body whji discovered t -dH-
by one of the servants In the oo.irdlng ,
house where h" resided.
Though one window in the room wa
partly open andfthe gas cork over his
bed was only partially turned on,
snough gas had flowed Into the room
while Mr. Sheldon slept to cause tils
death. An opened book by his side In
the bed indicated that he had evidently
been reading arter retiring and In turn
ing off the gas bsfore going to sleep he
had not closed the cock completely.
Tea elate H Is year ears est desire
i eameaun eeerp BaorebU saTert te
eetVaoaaat aaa traat the
Ooafereaee ooaamitsoe may bare
eome bswpeeej that win betssy the
teelrsd roenlt- h Oeafereaae Ooev
aUttae sseeM gladOy snake sash a
osujrgeeeMe It ti eeetd, bet eabjeet te
the so so sot iiiaiasli eoadgsaeae U te
aet poeedble to aostete yey jraga
Le eammtttee sppreciates ftdly
the (Mat roes that would result from-A
stoppage of railroad transitorlillOB
tn the important territory represent
ed, and ti-uets that ths engineers aim
hare always stood for conservatism
Bill lecegtita the Justness of posi
tion cf the roads.
THD CONKKKKM'E OOUUITTKG
J. C. BTv ART, Oliairman.
Tha answer of the railroad manaeere
to the demands ef the engrneero did not
roach Oread Chief atone and hla aeeo-
Pfiwrr RAiCiE-d'urse ftn, for two-year-olds;
four ,'urloi.gs. Holy Uee, iu
(trorerthe). I si I, I In I and 7 to le,
first; Boss,, 110 (Bhuttenger), even, to ft,
I to 1 and 1 In I. eecond; May ecrlhe,
U (ButwelU. U to 1, 5 to 1 and S to t,
third. Tlme-a.W -t. Benaoate. Mai-la
T. and Roarbuig IV. also ran.
MatCoNO RAVH-VHirac $:'.Vr for
t1.rea-veSr.oUla and oa: BlK furlocu ... 1 U
atnntagnio, 113 (Butwall), 1 to S, I to 10,
1 i i, won; Chfitoti Trance, U (Am
brooe), IM lo 1. t o M i to &. secondi
Ceeejue, IN (Undsey), if to 1, 6 to 1, to
a, third. Time, l ie i-t. Iron Oummrll,
Roseburg It, Hay Kb, Kmght Deck
New if the Tisaa ta Begn
After tha strata ef Wlater, a nerve feod is needed to rebuild ncrvoas vitality.
Warner' t Safe Nervine
aad wsteh our eervoua treuhlet disappear.
wnnnr aamp. npnog asontbs when you iinvc
Waraer 't Safe Rkenmatic Remedy
end rid yourself of pain.
The bast for U years. Ask yndrdrugsist.lis knewi
bend us tin- oletares of remedies from this lulver
tisrroent fer free test packnget.
A eepy of fas original umoa Warner's ife
Coo Hook. for a eofs" fraifc-marl' rvl frimi
actual paifrbcTrdpw-lrriee and if fuv-ranf sfamjia.
fra esxMej M cents prrpnid.
I . tt V
I R c 1 1 ritiTor nnd
Bqit t! to coffees
at 'ISc. & 40c. .
Sold in r lb. lota at the whole
sale prices minted, saving
uu the middleman's profit.
To allow yea te convince yearseet
-lor a llatlteg time I lb. at the
whslesele prke -at oar store, er
delivered Ires in Manhattan,
llrnokl)':iaadtrenv te I SOatlC.O.O.
G I LU ES
lm -lorter . art' ItonmewM
iff, itg) let, zjo tvaabiafiea it., n. v.
bt. park itaaeaad itoetlef u
tsTABi.i-.tit t iaaa
GAS KILLS TEA BROKER
AFTER HE GOES TO BED.
Charles B, Shsldon, a tea aad coffes
broker ead the son of tbe lata Judge
gholdoa. who was one of the ergaaUars
ot the New York Public Ueeery, waa
accidentally asphyxiated In hla teed at
Sold Everywhere. Write Heery B. fJlalt.
tsfliflSt.. N. Y.. (or Illustrated booklet
If you wont your
a pi i
tmlk ot thm town, toll mbout
it through o VtVorW 'Wont'
A -,r1l IT. IS12.
Specla llor Ihursdty, the 1Mb
2n. .loe. 1VC
Tin Hsmv'H itVrkRTNii.
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