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TH EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 38, 1911.
MOTHER ON WAY
HERE TO CLAIM
Two Little Chaps, Louh and
"Tjump," Probably Children
of Mme. Navratel.
"NICE" GIVES THE CLUE.
Children Recognized the Name
of the City and Mother
Starts for New York.
neim no (round for doubt no
th two RMS Freach n'alf from
Is are fhe eli'lVren of a Mm.
of Nice, TYsnoe. Too Whit
Wj sass offldmji received a cablegram
M their London office to-day etatlng
tfcsVt Mm. Navratel had tailed to-day
(or New York, confident that Louis and
loss users her boy, wbo had been
from her a month ago by their
whom she divorced. The cable-
4M not tat on What ehtp the
i woman varied.
the older of the two little
added tola mite to the ldentlfloa-
Sssn to-day by making hla flrat lntelll
gssst utterance In reply to queatlona of
Ma Margaret Haya, avUo haa aheltered
0sS little fellonva at her home. No. 804
Weat TClg-hty-thlrd atreet.
So suddenly exclaimed in French.
Nice! that'a Where motnrner
J. P. Morgan's Energetic Daughter Says
No Woman Is Happy Who Does Not Work
Haya mentioned Nice to the
little fellow, becaune of the eaibled dis
ss tehee that Mme. Navratel of Nl ro
porta that her ohdMren, Ioulae and Lolo,
and one-half and two and one-half
old, were taken away from her by
their father, a tailor, a month ago.
mil baa been carina tor the two
Mts Hare ha asked them in -
numerable question! In their native
tortgu without eliciting- one Intelligent
reply or seeming to awaken a memory.
With the now from Nice to-day she
went to work on that clue and little
Lou Is responded with startling sudden
eas. But that was all he did sty, re
peating the word "Mummer" over and
HER HUSBAND HAD FRIEND
Mme. Navratel of Nice doe not know
wider wJiat nan her husband soiled
on the Titanic, but ha bod an In
timate friend named Hoffman.
It haa bean learned that Navratel
bought hla tlck-t at Cook s In Monte
Cork). An employee remember seeing
him often wwh the children. He oloimod
to bo a dealer In antiques, and at drat
intended to go to Australia, but told tit
Clerk ho had a presentiment that tho
voyage would prove disastrous to the
children, and decided to take them to
Mme. Navratel has asked that photo
graphs of the children be eent to her.
Miss Hay said to-day ahe was In
clined to believe that Mme. Navratel Is
mother of the ohlldreti. The age of
the children correspond to those Miss
Hays la keoplnr. and the younger of
Mtee Hays' charges am wort to the
name of l.ou'- Ordinarily, however, the
younger calls the older "ha,ba" and the
older calls the younger "bebe."
w.i r . n - i I
J iw r iruni i 'PJiBni uriiriii U.-
oided that the children are natives of
the south of France. He bases this opin
ion on their look and In traoes of the
patois of the southern provinces in their
It la noted from despatch ee that the
body of a Titanic passenger named Hoff
MH haa been found and identified. It
lay develop that he was the man In
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The girl who make from $5 to $6
a week cannot possibly live on
her own resources in New York.
I know that no young woman
here can be really self -supporting
on less than $8 a week.
There is nothing I detest more
than charity. Charity solves no
problems, in fact it retards their
Personally, I am strongly in favor
of trade unions. I don't advo
cate the closed shop or the open
shop, but the preferential shop.
I'm not an anti-suffragist. I'm
not anything so foolish, so il
logical. Suffrage for women is
as certain to come as that you
and I are sitting here in this
Woman is the happiest when her
creative ability expresses itself
in marriage, the making of a
home and the rearing of ch ildren .
. of the children. The Carrmthla's
lJ7-a.taffi ! Sv.m Fund.
name was srtven a Hofman. Perhaps you don't know what the V-
Mta Hay ha received at leant SH0 cation Savings Fund Is. Then lot Miss
Setter offering to adopt the ehtldren. 1 Morgan tall you, for, with Mr. Au-
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH. "
If you want to got .11 the benefit: And entertain
ment of a $2 show for twenty-five cents you must buy
ticket to tho "Vacation Savings Fund First Enter
tainment and Dance," which will take placa at the
Grand Central Palace Wednesday evening.
You may not believe me, but you will certainly
believe Miss Anne Morgan, daughter of J. Plerpont
Morgan, who 1b one of the prime organizer ot the ball.
"I am very sorry," Mis Morgan told me yesterday,
"that tho Impression aeema to have gone abroad that the
Vacation Savings Fund Dance la going to be a hen
party. Nothing could be further from our intentions.
Any young man who will walk up to the box office to
morrow night and pay t wenty-flve cents admission to our ball will bo more
welcome than anything In tho world exoept two young men who will pay
fifty cents and so add naif a dollar to the running expenses of the Vacation
Is riad's SeSfS t, but a secret b:wa
II ree I evrrv'iodv's secret.
The other moito. In old French, I
briefer, alio, tiring Interpreted, .. v:
"Think m i h,
Hp. ,ik little,
Write m V
Hut you Mant in knoiv mure about
.Mlii Anne Mugs than that she I
Ming K dame at the atlon Kavlnfi
I Fund ball. I told her o.
lit course our Idea Is not merely ti
i en mirage working girl to save.'' Mm
Moiimii said. 'Having, fur ths mere
1 BAM "f "aNlng, Is not our Sit! MO to gotl.
We hnpe to Irduce norklng wo nen to
a spirit of co-opeiu'.lun and helpfulness.
We want thorn to learn to apprecloto
1 the value of loltectlv effort."
'Di yas Know that you will head
I Ihem straight for trad unionism If you
reed?" I kcd.
I am not sue thot ycur aasumptliin
I in rorrect, miss aiorgan sniwvmi
If Me do, so much the better, person
ally" Mlse Morgan psused as thoug'i
In smphSSlS the adverb "I am s'.rongly
;ti favor of trrden union. I djn't ad
fOOatO the closed shop or the open shop,
hut the preferential shop.
KeWi of SsSJfWi you are going to ask
me If I am a suffragist 7'
hellev,. II Is gcn.'rally undeielood
i I Mh von and Mrs. Morgan .e ontt
i tnfffofflsts' I answered.
' liiu I'm not an iintl-soffraglit. I m
up' anything so fooTlia, so uiogicai,"
MISS MSVgan h.istllv exclaimed "I am
M pi no' tntt-rcsted In iiffrasje, I be
ll, ii' there sre many thing more Im
SIdlISly necessary for women. Tou
and I both know that suffrage for wom
en Is as ceitaln to com as that you
and I are sitting here in thl room. But
am more Interested in making an ef
fort lo prepare women so that they may
lie able to use the suffrage proporly
when It comes."
"l)o you believe that the woman who
aorks is happier than the Idle woman? "
Iteally." asked Miss Morgsn. "Is It
siieolnMy neeoSSAry that I should utter
a lot of bromide? Of course we all
know that no woman le happy who does
not work Work Is the greateat of hu
man privileges. Woman's nature Is es
sentially iTeative. I hellovn that woman
la the happiest whose creative ability
eapressi'i lleelf In a happy marriage, the
making of a home and the rearlnic of
abaMsosL Undoubtedly her life Is the
fullest, tlui most splendid. Hut women I
i to whom lhi happiness does nut prent
i Itself m ist ex.pre then cieatlve pow
ers In their work. We all kmw these
thlnsr to be truths. We all know the
greatest happiness of life comes from
work, not nOOSOSAfilf work for wages,
but from usefulness, from efficiency,
from sei vice."
I It seema to me that sacordlns to hsr
i own formula Miss Anno Morgan should
' be very h ippy Indited.
skSL . Al
"WHAT HAVE SHOES ad A
fiouctUg to do with faoh otbsrr Horn .
than you realit. The good tinea
which you achieve with so ranch atten
tion in your hat and your gown mutt
suffer no break when it comae to your
hoes. To be well dsssMfed you must
carry it out it smy detail.
YO U W ILL SEE what I nraaa If
you look at tho boas diapiayed at Ua a
Queen Quality Boot Shop. TUty donl
forfot any dm
that Um line.
call it what you
Faulty llnaa in a
rnuxred what would
charming; coat tuna.
BUT GOOD UNESm
of many excellent features about (
Quality Shoes. I haya never 1
found such supple, elastic soles or suah
perfect fit and such moderate prion
--93.40 to lo.OO.
STEP IN AND SEE THEM when
you are in the neighborhood, if for no
other reason than to visit the only
exclusive women's Boot Shop in New
York. It is located juat a tew doors
from the Waldorf-Astoria.
32 Want 34th Straat
FROM BEARER TO WEARER"
and In the mean time the search for
their relatives ts going on in two con
tinents. The White Star lino ha calbted
from tta Liverpool office to know what
kOB fcecome of the children, Indicating
that it has a chie to their Identity.
Offer to adopt the two attractive ohil
OTsn poured In on Mis Tfaye from so
tnsny sides yesterday that In self-defense
she referred nil lnmilrer to th
CTilldren'o Aid Society.
HEALTHY LITTLE FELLOWS
WELL CARED FOR.
'1 aim in no position to allow any one
to adopt the children." Miss Haya said
to-day, "end have referred all inquirers
to R. I Neill, tho New York aeer- o the
Society. My father and I want to look
out for them until we find their family.
Meanwhile we are making every error
gust Belmont and others, ebe helped to
orcanlae It and make it th success It
PAS grown to be in a very few month.
Bristly the fund represent th co
operative saving of hundreds of w ork-In-;
girl In New York for th purpose
or enjoying a two weeks' vacation In
"We all know," ald Mis Morgan yes
terday. "UkM th girl who make from
f6 to 11 a week cannot possibly live on
her own resources lu New York and
save money. I know that no young
woman hers can lie really self-supp jrt
tng on less than ts a week, but a great
"elved the idea of giving thl ball at
Grand Central Palace to-morrow night
to pay th running oxpenoef of the
vacation fund. Bealde the ball, there
will b a play and vaudeville aot by
both prufeistonal and amateur talent. 1
assure you we at really offering a U
show for 26 cents."
"Are you going to the ball?" I asked.
"Am I?" repeated Miss .Morgan. "1
should say I am! 1 wouldn't miss It for
anything In the world Mr. Timothy
Healey. presldmt of the International
Union of Stationary Knglneers, will be
th chairman of thu Mou'a Keceptlon
Committee, and Miss Mary Kelly,
who I employed by the MiSSn
Company, will head the Sidles' commlt-
Her face has spirituality as wall as
power, and she speaks the simple, un
accented English common to cultivated
persons In RnKland and Amnios. I
mention t g fact, which might seem un
necessary becaua the other day 1 heard
a very well known society woman lay
"contrawst" and "wolds" in to same
HER CHARM REFLECTED IN AT
MOSPHERE OF HOME.
The frankness and charm of Mr. Mor
gan's daughter are reflected in the at
mosphere of tho Morgan home at No. 2IH
Mdlon avenue, the only palace 1 have
ever eeen thai deserved the numn
"home" at all. in fact, the New York
abode of J. Plerpont Moiimii Is so much
a home thai It doe not deserve to be
called a palace at all. Massive It is and
splendid, but as you enter Its doors you
hear the piping song of half a dozen
canaries, the whistle of magpies, and
when a footman that looks likes a hu
man being rather than the conventional
automaton take you Into the library
you catch the gleam of gold fish, tho
flash of living green from Hie adjacent
conservatory and a perfect convention
of clocks intone their own special ver
Ion of the hour of six and tell yuu that
the time of your appointment has struck
and that Mies Morgan will be In pres
ently. The clocks In the Moig.in household
do not strike sll loflotner, but every
nuiD for himself, Just as yours and mlno
do. . .
Would that some walking dslSSJAta of
to And their people. What we ehall do thst u9 pay hi girls H and 1 a week, j w
to ease their relatives eannot be found a h en,ploy, ony young women ,
Sj s matter we do not ear at presen' . 77 , -' ' eke
many young women Hv on less because to. The hug floor of th Grand Pen
thy or partially upporUd by tliolrjtrsJ Palace will be divided into nine
families. When any employer 111 VSO-I SSStlnft and there will La t. n ,.,. -h.
will exercise a general supervision of
presen ----- - - no- u.in. . u ein eeviMSsv
SO discuss." ss " ,, we hope all the young men In New
Two Uttle toy boats still engross , that employer who does not pay a living York ., and pajr n
ffce attention of th. ourty-hoade. WaS Is prsctlcally sub.ld.sed by th added Ml. Morgan frankly.
Mlso Hay say they go to bed at six I xowuhssi oi sua "i'"ii"".
.erf .re .wakSverv brlaht and Mr1v ' "Th vaoatlon savings fund was or
ev.rv morn In i: Special additions li.v. canlzed primarily to help
j - aw- ii . i m k r tlx ai... iiion.v for a I
V? I 3 w" boo. ul matelv to co.:; MP .ranc. the daughter of Am.rl-
expense or trouble.. Their life, Mlas Hays I vlrioe eniployers that a girl who works
my. i Just that of normal, healthy, I only fifty weak 1 o: greater valu than
y cniic-ren. l"ay au oay I who wurk, Sftr.tWO week. You
must know that th greater number of
r.verytlimg about MU Anne Morgan
poorly!' lr"" "u sua-gn ... ward and
and do not sm to have a oaro
E. Tav; come 7 theTouM 7 " S5
Mceman wa, atat lotted then yesterday. SSJSSISS Iw vacations sna mooo h. w
HOFFMAN" DESCRIBED BV ksve llttl chsnoe of eiu y.nB them, be-.
HOFFMAN UL jOH I BED cause tbelr two week' wage are mort-
8EC0ND CABIN SURVIVOR. alvanr, w J, r families.
On the llt now In the poissesnlon of i "The Vacation Savings Fund was or
Ska White Btar line's aeoond cabin de. ' Knnz?d lo help girlN earning small '
partment, whloh wer made up on the i lo put a,ide sums raiding from 1
Carpathls. the only record of two ohll- H rrnt9 a weell for lha pur,,oe of;
SpU". VnV Z of" .-'Mr. 1,. ! u two weeks' nation In the!
Survivors of the Titanic at Ht. Vln- country. The girls savings sre Mated
ftent's Hospital give some deulls, which ! st two and a r alf por cent., but Of I
were comunnieated to Mlsn Hay last course two and a asif ppr cent, on i...0O0, I
night. Julian Pedro and femUlo PallSSi the amount w now have on h . id.
Spaniards, who ware In tho Tlt nlc's I would not pay the expenses of o' r o.--
Oerona csn'ii, h-i okoi,. i me pi.-iure. o;
k.. ftf. ' lr,.. 111 Tin. Bv.nln. IVAel I
I" ... 'that th.v neunl..,. Ih. ,,. I of Inve, tlgators
telle to tksm in the second cabin i houses. '
saloon. 'GIRLS NOT IN ANY WAY RECIP- i
"Th man who accompanied them was. IENTS OF CHARITY,
about K feet 6 iMhSt tall." said Isnor ..Th(. K'rl,donot w)l lo f,.tl . u th, f .
... ' a.:.. ... i !T I. " Ur IS any way the reclplen's of
rsther n haBdSSSSS nian of nbout forty,
w i re a lon4 o ei' -oit of Rnnl.n c 't ov
ca s greatest Hnan ler la So genuinely
and wholly handsome and dlsttnA'Ulahed
that on hesitate to mention It. a of
(oiirae one would not healtate In de
c.rlblng a less fortunate woman.
She Is tall and slender and dark.
Don't Go To Europe
For Your Health!
IT'S SAFER 10 REMAIn AT HOME.
Kor Rheuuuttlsni, Hclsllra and Neuritis,
take NUltlTo, a pi eec.rlutton. not a patent
medldne; gaarantued tu rellV or nmni
We ISSlISS that ttiera Sf worllilese ant
Ssngeeous remedlss Sfklek ST Sold SS
1 eurs-alle by the help of manufactured teS
j llsSOSlAlSj WkSSS otijeol Is tu sStrSSI gold.
Nurlto's puipuns ts to glvs relief, and I
; I'ompouniled excluslv..;y as a gpSSIflg rem
edy ioT those only who suffer front RSSS
1 mstisni, tfciatua or Heurltlg,
(onvlnce yourself. O to Itcgnluan's
Rlker' ui any leading dricslst lo-diy.
get all Sol of Nurlto, Ike leii.sdy thai
products ' soils. '
You cm feel It worltln
Coliipoinil.d by the MaSlMrSl Cliemla
Co., Fiaiiron Biog , Nee rerk,
Tim might unionize them and order
them til out at once!
But meantime they dwell In happy
anarchy In that neat green and gold
room where Mm Morgan ancestors look
down from the walls.
Incidentally I wondered what the por
trait, of John Herpont. SArllf MoMM
progenitor and llrst American poet, must
think of hi magnificent surrounding.
And yet, perhaps, he feel, at horn In
them. I did. for the white roses eel
about In vases were, a little Moan, the
yellow daffodils nodding from desk ard
mantelpiece had SSkiSVOd the crinkly
look that foretells decay, and th framed
mottoes over the open nreplace wero
Juat those I would choose fur mine..
They Srs sfSonobi thee mottoes. The
first motto aya:
"Secret a deug,
Secret de Dleu;
Secret de trols.
Secret ii tout,"
which meaiie, us you doubtless know,
that a secret he! ween two persons
William llnrrls at Urak.
The BISny friends of William Harris
sr. will be gratified to know that the
veteran theatrical manager has recov
ered from a twelve weeks' nines and
Is once more at hi. oftV In th New
York Theatre building.
Ai Uanalwd Quickly sod Permanenlly by
th Original, WarlsVReistwnod
the most wonderful and poailive prepara
tionfur removing skin iliscoliirations ami
liridlitcnink an.l liraiitifyink the nun
pleiioo. Inconipsishlo to cream will
not ((row hair. Absolutely harmless. Il
results exceed the most difficult accom
plishmi'iitx of high-pi iecil licmity Spa.
JalisISi Women of social prominence in
Kurope anil America have used and in
dorsed it for ciiarti't of a centmy.
bold at loilet ilept. anil I rug stores.
For trial lint tie nend tS cents statnpi
to Mtne. A. Iluppeit, West toth
street. New York City.
rf in tn muns-v.
1 HBtBF Our Plumes Are Absolutely a Fin ss Yeu Can Buy Assj-fflB
WSB where In the World and . IB
Yffl 1HESE PRICES DO NT LAST LONG. HURRY I WU
Hgfl 14 inch SI 00 value I .5 IS-lnch . I4.0U value.. 4uM H
: ntffl 16-inch tK.Od value. 18-Inch sS.OO vejd . (UsW gMfJJ
ami is-inch 14.00 value.. 2.f M-lnch SI0.O0 valoe I.M M
BBS It-inch 17.00 valu I.M as-lnch . .1.0 vales.. Lee mm
ml II-Inch . 110.00 value I.N SO-lnoh SSS.00 valu I
tg 1 SIS. '. J.iiJ I J.l seines Hlthesl Pel. esl Messes All a H PJHj
I NEW YO wi OSTRICH FlTHER CO. (Inc.) I
" Fifth Ave. ix?7.u, m
rraeVafsr fls s Cesskwf H
rut SHi on
Don't risk infection.
J The slightest CUl or
other open wound is
ready to admit germs
which may cause serious
trouble. Have CN it ady for thu t incr
gtrtCjr, and ust; it freely. It will stop
the bleeding and kill the germs. It may
save you Suffering and a surgeon's hill.
Knnlz.u'nn tho ofllce fore, the gpnl
ot souatry Bosroing
Shanty, ai.'l IheiAls BStblas lha. 1 tie
test in srs man ch.irity ntysolf. Charity
a suit of vuoeil foous aaa.ieoasd an 11 oo.i 1'iwium-m i.vi, n rv
tit (hslr soluUon. Bu ihsy sea-
Women's While Boots
The favorite street aboe for the present I 51
. son with all lilit eostumes. (inwieful 3f I
II . lei with welt sole uiul leather lieel. Si
While Canvas. $J, $4 and $5 J Sf J .
White Buckskin $5, $6 and $7 J
Sixlh Avenue Kidh Avenue ' If
ai WmtmsM Ate RsjyjsMRi at. mmmMMW ,
J Use CN for liun.s, Mtlds, bruises., fl V.veiy houscwif. should use CN on
ulcers, chilMoitis, nuMqtutu l.itfs anil ' llu.rs nnl in sinks, toilet basins,
laSaounatniii. It will keep tl.o sur Karliogc can-'i and every plscs where
facrs cle.m ami help BAtUrS to repair germs anil verrnlti locate, or where
the daraaBS there are offensive oJorn
At "The Linen Store"
50c to $5.00 -Hand-embroidered Linen and
Batiste Dutch Collars and Cuffs.
$1.00 to 12.50 each Hand-embroidered Sets.
$3.95 to 18.00 aach Hand-embroidered Linen,
Batiste and Net Fichus.
50c to $1 .50 each Net and Shadow Lace Yokes.
Special. $1.00 Hand-embroidered stiff Linen
Coilars. Ht iular f 1.50 value.
Special. 50c Hand-embroidered stiff Linen Collar-.
Regular value, 75c and tl.00.
Real Irish Crochet Collars. Collar and Cuff Sets,
Yokt ,, Chemisettes large Round and Square Col
lars, all at specially low prices.
James McCutcheon C& Co.,
5th Ave. and 34th St., waeu
in It prevents
by those Invi . i ; . lc- sc
To them lu l
tntieh is fatal, lalecttoua oiasaas
cannot gala n foothold or br-a l
ebsra it u ussd
sj It, i i safer to ust than csrboHc
m id or chlorides, bucattss it i non
pol knous; snd ii k five times as
tnicr lbs before they cun be curnei
Osrms gathar and breed in tracks
und craviuas, in yarhuL'e, in dcciy
mi; tn.iiicr ol a" and ev. ry kind.
Dnv. them out.
Stake yOU I be t ' realty clean and
tbsso enemies cannot live there.
Qet CN and HAS it daily.
CN is not expentive( and a little BOCI a long ways. Two
tablespoonfuU in pail of watef is .ill Mm need for household
use. Ask your druggist lor a bottle today. He has it or he
tan get it for you.
be that you get "The Yellow PoCSQft With th CMe Top"
10c, 2Sc, SOc, $1.00
WEST DISINFECTUiG CO., 2 EAST 42d St., NEW YORK.
Careful blending gives It the delicate
ilavor that cannot be Imitated
0.DTA AND CEYLON
I IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
A WORLD "WAN.T" AD. WILL GO AND GET IT
a assBflnmsa, . jt jssxa