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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, It If,
Firebug Sets Second Blaze in
Brooklyn House When First
Is Put Out.
Mrs. J. Borden Harriman's Seven Reasons
BURNED BY ACID
Why Women Should Favor Wilson's Election AND IN GREAT PAIN,
MANY LIVES IN PERIL
Little Ones Carried Through
Flame and Smoke to
Places of Safety.
A fire started by an lneendlarr In
dour-story tenement at No. M7 dates I
avenue. Brooklyn, Imperilled forty-five
Htm early to-day. Many children were
carried through the flames and taken up
the lira escapes to the roof and onto
Tha firebug waa so deliberate that
aftar hla first attempt bad been extln
gulahed ha returned and aet tba blaia
that went through tha bouae.
Juat before l o'clock Mra. Anna Belt
and Joseph Aptal, who occupy apart
mante on tha third floor, were awakened
by tha amell of amoke. They found a
Are In the rear of tha hallway. With
bucket of water they succeeded In put
tin It out and returned to their beds.
Shortly after 1 "'clock John Rlack
raora, a former deputy aharlff of Brook
lyn, wJu) lives at No. UK Oatea avenue,
cot home with hla wife from an enter
tainment. As ha eat writing a letter ha
aaw tba Clara of fire acroaa the court
separating hla apartment from tha
house next door. The third floor uf
No. 587 waa well alight.
Blackmore, with hla on Louie, ruahed
to give tha alarm. Unable to rouae tha
hotiae. by banging at the, front door,
they ran up the flreeacape and ham
mered on windows. The flamea had
ealzed the atalrwaya and from the
second floor up escape by the atalra
waa wholly cut off.
WOMEN, 8AVED, HELP RESCUE
On the third floor Louis Blackmore
found Mrs. Anna Belt and her dauitn-
tar Tilly, eighteen, penned In, and
Joseph Aptel and nil wife frantically
trying to collect their sevsn children.
Voung Blackmore got tha Belt women
to aafety on the rear fire-escape, where
they then asslstcj In reaculng the Aptel
children. Two were mlaalng, but went
afterward found tu have run down the
flre-escape by themselves and hidden in
a neighboring houae.
Mr. Dlackmoie found on the second
lloor Henry Warren with hla wife and
iix children and Abraham Meyrowlu
with hla Wilt and baby. While Mra.
Warren and her eeventeen-year-old
daughter, Margaret, were carrying the
younger children out through the amoke
to the lire-escape they were overcome.
Warren and Blackmore got the youni;
atera to the atreet and then Warren
carried down hla wife, while hla neigh
bor followed Willi Margaret.
On the fourth floor the Krletxman
family of seven children and the Sche
naa family of live had the moat thrilling
eacape. They tried to get down the flre
' eacape, but found It blocked by fleeing
famlUaa from truthlrd floor and by the
faunas. They were directed by Mr.
Blackmore to run upward to the roof.
One by one the twelve children were
lifted over the gooaeneck ladder to the
roof and were taken to adjoining houaes
before tha flamea broke through.
ONLY ONE FAMILY GOT OUV BY
From tha ground floor tha Silver fam
ily, who have a fruit atore, wero the
anly one who managed to gat out by
eke front door. Jacob Wendorff, who
waa in tha rear of hla dallcateaaen atora
with hla wife, bad great difficulty car
rying out hte mother. The agad woman
waa guttering from paralyala and had
te be taken through a window to the
flo rapidly did the fire apread that all
tae raacuea were effected and the upper
noon practically gutted by the time
Battalion Chief Ooodeaon and Engine
Company No. UO arrived from their
nearby Gatea avenue quartera.
Tha police are looking for a young
man who waa formerly a boarder In
one of tba apartmenta.
fj-,nj-,j-isnj- r---Lfcnnnru'in r---,-,-1- - mm
Laws Affecting Home Life, the Protection of Chil
dren, Limiting Hours of Labor, Factory Inspec
tion and Others Passed During His Admin
istration in New Jersey Pointed Out by
The women of the I'tilted Btaten should be for Wilson because
Flint He Is for the Improvement of the conditions surrounding
Hecond He In for the protection of children In school time, In
hours of recreation, In the labor market.
Third Ho Is for the safeguarding of the public health.
Fourth He 1s for suitable marriage regulation.
Klfth He Is for the humane treatment of social derelicts and
Sixth He Is for the abolishment of graft and the appointment of
public officials on grounds of fitness rather than of political opinion.
Seventh He la (or a redaction of the high cost of living.
These are lust a few of the reasons why Mrs. J. Borden Harrlman. eo-
clefy leader and President of the Colonial Club and philanthropist, has en
tered the political field with the Woman's National Wilson and Marshall
Mra. Harrlman la thoroughly In earn
est In her advocacy of tha Democratlo
ticket, 8hs was at her desk to-day,
In tha headquarters nhe has established
In the Fifth Avenue Building, at al
most as early an hour as the office
atenographer. Her private room la
simple and businesslike In Its appoint
ments. There Is one fine engraving of
Lincoln over the big roll-top desk, and
on the top of this desk a full aet of
Jov. Wilson's "American History."
Every other,, article In the room is as
strlatly utilitarian as Mra. Hi rrlman a
own linen ehlrtwalst and tailored ault.
WHY WOMEN SHOULD TAKE
PART IN OPLITICB.
"I am firmly of the belief that woman
ahould Interest themselvea a much as
possible In public affaire," aha began In
her low, warm contralto. "Personally.
I am a suffragist, although It must be
perfectly clear that the work of tnis
committee Is to be dissociate! from all
Ideas of suffrage or anti-suffrage. We
are out frankly to use our Indirect In
sn.ne. t know that nhrase la a red
tba women of the country to hla aide.
It Is they who know beat the constant
etruggle with the dally ascending prices
of the necessities) of life.
"But besides this we have compiled
a most marvellous record of excellent
lnwa passed hy the New Jersey Legisla
ture during Gov. Wilson's two years tn
the executive chair. And of course hla
Influence was back of them all. We are
sending this tabulation all over the
country, with an sppeil to help the
man who has done ao much to help
women and children.
"For Instance, !n hla administration
was pasaed the first law relating
to women wage-earners ever enacted in
New Jersey. It limits their employ
ment to sixty hours a week. There Is
also an act providing sinltary condi
tions in bakeries, candy and Ice cream
manufactories and all factories where
goods of any kind are manufactured,
and there are regulations for the 'HKc,
safety, health and work hours of the
employees. There is a provision pro
tecting workers araln-t draughts,
fume', gases and steel tilings, and one
COtnp- lll-ig a half hour for meals for all
I factory employees. Flnnlly an employ
rag to some women
"Because in most of the States women
haven't yet the ballot there Is no excuse
for their sitting back and refusing to do
anything at all. Kvery woman has a
certain amount of Influence over one or
more voting members of the community.
If she can't exert It directly, let her
make the beat of the situation and he
as much, of a power as possible in
directly. "We are, I think, at the beginning
of a new era of general co-operation,
the friendly working together of all
classes for the public good. We sre
becoming less self-centred and Indi
vidualistic. We are taking the wider
outlook. One proof of this general
condition is the Increased Interest
which women of every class are show-Ina-
In public affairs. In matters of
but why should era' liability act has been passed for
I lie benent or women an 1 children dur
ing the disability or after the death of
PUT THROUGH LAWS FOR PRO
TECTION OF CHILDREN.
"F.ver so many laws for the pro
tection of children have gone through.
Tiielr employment during school hours
and nt night Is prohibited, and there
may be no tdght messenger boys under
twenty-one. Spe. sj classes, under the
Hoard of BdUCattOA, have been estab
lished for children who are blind or
below normal. No person controlling a
place of public amusement may allow
the presence of a child under eighteen,
unaccompanied by parents or guardian.
An net to regulate moving picture
shows Iihs been passed, and laws for
trie Improvement of free public schools.
"A committee on playgrounds has
Veen provided for In all cities and 11
lares with power to estnbllh recrea
tion places. Any adult encottrnKlng
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BUT SAVE COMRADE
Employees of Chemical Com
j;ny Badly Injured When
YES, SHE HIT GROCER.
BUT NOT WITH AN AXE.
Fiatluish Housewife's "Woman
hood" SO Strong That Storekeep
er's Dishes Were Broken.
"Your Honor, she threw an axa st
me and broke all mv dishes that I
gave away as premiums, and"
'Just a minute." Interrupted Magis
trate Afvduire In the Dates Avenue
vce Court. "We bear avhat the
la.lv has to say"
The lady was Mrs. Jane Wallen,
twenty years of age. slight of build,
haatly dressed and with the light of
battle In her ey. Iter accuser waa
Auiundoa Cortea, who ifeepa a grocery
stOTS at No. IfiT Hast Thirty-second
a treat. Ctalfengh. a few doors from the
W alien residence.
It was like thjs, Your Honor," aaM
Mr" Wallen. "We owe thl. man a bill
for gioecrles ami 1 t"ld him when he
ill, at ny houae that l oth my hits-
I band sod mynelf. hag I n sick and
i -o-day in unload g largs glgSI t v ; .,,.. ',, ,
of nllrlc I OTI from lighter IrV hor-l I bail no womanlomd ti me Wh.in my
husband aiue home I made him go over
In tha store with me. I mid Ogftgg ha
w.ia .1 coward and he shook his flat In
.i rai When he did that I Just bit
William If Hi. ten. Robert .Mulln
and Adsm hwyr. employes of I ha
isnersi ChiMlMl Campany of No. ?
Hrnsdway, Manbattsn. were engaged
iff tin fool of Hebrew street, ll-o 'tlyn.
The men hag just hoisted one of Iba
i ks s from the hold of the lUth ei"
Uld Mara arrylng If to "he dock Wnstl I rilm as hard aa I could I told him I'd
sanitation, pure food, OhUaVWBOf and , juvenile dellnouem')' tuny be. pevendy
utmlr.d tonics there Is an almost mil-I punished, and a Juvenile detention
versal response from the women
any appeal that they trust.
IN GREAT BRITAIN
UNDER POLICE WATCH
Government Fears Violence is
Protest Against Long Prison
Terms for Women.
713 Baal Fifteenth atre'el. Bag In Ball4
I ia gtaag bottom fell out, and a Qisan
tlty of the fiery acid was DO U red about
the three men. They were Ihor Highly
lmmerae.1 In the fluid.
The Mould set their s 1 1 1 1 .i ' cil clofiilug
on Mre. and w.is soon eating tliromih
their tkln whereer It hid touched, 'n
SleHng terrible p.iln.
llUMteu. the most collected of the
!h'e. men. shoutivl to his comrades la
. 1 . - , . . . .L
ju.og Hvviuissra. nnci in a araca to a I
three men were struggl.ng In the Basl
The salt WS tar made the pain almost
unbearable, and Martin, who SOU Id. not
swim, was In danger of drowning lie
spite their own pain, lliistcu and liv
Sf swam to his nsalstan and su
pOftsd him lint 1 1 other men ,,o the
lighter threw them a rope Martin's
hands were so badlv burned by the i
acid that he coud not hlnld to the 1
rope, and his two wounded comrades
tied It about his waist and then sup
ported themselves until he ajag hauled
.in the docs
a harry sail was sent to the Italy
Family Hospital aiol lr. Plllmolh re
sponded, lie tre.lted the men and sent
them to their homes. All will recover
H oat ea ives at No. : CMargMa
atrsat, l"m Island Oltyi Martin at No.
IT! West Hide avenue, Jersey t'lly, and
Pwytt a: Ha, IW Psarggll street. Long
ahow him whether I had any numanhoot
"Hhe threw a little axe at me. Judge,"
declined the excited grOMf
"I didn't," retorted the lady,
The Magistrate dismissed the charge
and told the grocer that If he Wants I
P'ly for the dishes he would have to get
It through the Municipal Court.
ANDREW CARNEGIE SAYS
HE IS NOT TAXED ENOUGH.
Says Millionaires Here fvape Just
Uurdeivs Through AbWfKfl of
LONDON, Aug . Andrew Carnegie,
i I'i unveiling a statue of Itolnit Kurns at
MoatrOSa. ye.iterday, said:
"In one department the motherland Is
atowtd of thai dominions and tha I'nlted
Ml. ill's. Si,, ii. ii eatablislie.1 the law.
I first prod, ilmcd by Adam Smith, that
, v. r aUbJaOl should contribute to the
J stipuosl of Ihg I lov erntnetit In proporthm
to the Income ic enjoya under the pro
i ta lion of the Htate.
This Just t nation the millionaires
iT tha fmmlrtipni and ihe I'nlted State,
gave so fur escaped, but their day Is
Doming, The honrda of mllltonalrea
should be an tt.ated. not na a punish
ment, but for their good. bQOaUsQ It la
lust, and IttStlOS alone Insures g.-ni-nil
On Hand. Scratched So They Bled.
Spread to Other Hand and Face.
Ashamed to Go Out. Cured By
Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
aia B7th St . Brooklyn, N. Y. "About
a year ago I noticed a pimple on tha bark
of my hand. I picked H. and the next day
my hand became full of
pimples They raaaa la
blnU hoa. about a half doaen
together When they gret
appee-ed they were red anil
Inflamed and Itched vary
much. I aerate hed them ao
Ihry bled and then they
developed Into anraa, Tha
disease apread to my other
hand, and fare. At aaa
time my fare got so full of pimples and they
Itched ao much I waa sahamed to go out on
"When I bathed they became Inflamed.
I treated for them but Instead of getting
belter I lierame worse, and hy thla time
my disease became en had that I cuuM
not aleep or eat. Finally when I began
to despair of getting better a friend told
ma to try Cutlrura Knap and ointment.
I aent for earn plea and used them. I took
a hot ha ih using Cuticura atp, and then
applied tbs Cuticura ointment to tha
affcrtisl parte Ix-forn going to bed. When
I woke up tha neat morning tha Itching
had atoppwd. Within three weeks I had
no sign uf a pimple. I was entirely cured."
(Hlgnedl K Marks, Oar. 16. MM I.
Cutlrura Soap aad Cuticura ointment ire
sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with :-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cutlrura. Iept T. Hoatoa."
aarTender faosI men lUnuld uan Cut!
Soap Hbavlog Stick. J.V. Sample free.
vue Hospital laic yesterday iifteru.mn
LONDON, Aug. . Suffragettes w he
CAMP FIRE GIRLS COOK
THEIR MEALS OUTDOORS.
New Group of Organization Ini
tiated on C. D. Lanier bstate
arU'TRNWICH, Conn., Aug. 8. The
Ohattapoohee Oroup of Camp Klre CHfll
of America has been formed by Mrs.
Charles D. L.aJler on her Oreenwlch es
tate. Yesterday the group entertained ten
other new groups of girls, aome alxty In
number and initiated them on the I, in!
er estate, all being attired In ceremonial
dress and carrying banners.
The glt is wero made to cook their noon
meal our a camp fire, and given nature
study and athletic testa. Among the
prominent women who have entered In
to the Cgmp Ire movement here are
Hps? Lanier. Mrs. II. S. Bowen, Mra. I.
N. Lewie, Mrs. Urnest Thompson gStOfl
and the MISSSI Marlon Mend, Laura
Sutherland, Alice Holden and RhOda
Mis Seton has ten girls In camp thla
Week on her !ub.ind' Cos Col) estate.
t ame Out Heat In Hour's 1'lnht aad
Raved Her t'blrka.
HANPl'HK Y, O., Aug. 8. A battle be
tween a black snake shout two feet
!o.ig and a clucking hen with a dozen
little chicks at her aide, fought In a
Ho.ty ri' near Milan yesterday after
noon, was won hy the hen. Thetlght
lasted almost an hour, but the snake,
aocordlng to witnesses who stood away,
ready to go to the fowl'a assistance If
she needed It, never had a I mk in.
Wheyi tha hen Anally withdraw from
gkg wns tha goakg waa dead.
CLOSER UNION OF WOMEN OF
"As a corollary, women are becoming
more democratic. In the general, not
the partisan, senso of the word. Work
ing women and those who ate well-to-do,
business women, philanthropists,
artists sll are coming closer and closer
together. In working for a common
object they are forgetting surface dif
ferences of environment. lniy are
getting to know each other better,
and you remember the French proierb
'To know all is to understand all.'
Therefore I have faith that thla pres
ent organisation will he a teal national
movement. We shall hold r. -ethics all
over New York. In fact, we have the
first one already BChSdulad for .Mon
day, Aug. 15, In the vicinity o; Mauujn
qiiara, Uut we ure also planning 10
send literature and speakers through
all the States. In tho suffrage UtM
we can appeal directly to the women.
In the others we can convert women
to convert thc'.r husbands."
"Are you going on the stump." she
was ask ad,
Mrs. llarrkman laughed, but didn't
"We shall have all the speakers we
want," she reiterated.
"But do you expect to find many a.l
herents In the woman suffrage ettates
now that Hoosevelt has come out lof
"I do not believe he will win sll the
Democratic women against tlov. Wil
son's aolld record of achievement.
After all. Col. Itooeevelt doesn't BUtfes
suffrage a matter of Federal concern.
He only recommends It to the differ
ent Ktates, and though some of them
may b awgyad by his recommenda
tions we cannot know that they will,
and 1 do not see how he can ninlu
Foderal regulations supporting the
planks In his platform that have la
do with woman's labor.
"This Is the way I fsel about
Soosevslt," added Mra. HarrUnan,
frowning latently In an effort, to
make her mtaulnff claar. "I ad
mire him very much to a great
many ways. I believe be la a
strong progressiva at present,
and of oourae my beliefs are pro
gressive. But ao is Oov. Wilson
a vrogTesslvs, and I fssl that ha
baa mora stability.
PRAISES THE STAND OF GOV.
"Wasn't his speeh of ac-eptan-e
wonderful!" ahe broke off with kindling j
entbu laam. "It warn so tioaullfully
written, aside from its substance. How
do you think people w-lll take It? Don't
yen bellevo It will have a general ap-
"He made his attitude on the high
cost of living ao clear. He showed tint
only by an Immediate and downward ,
revlalon of the tariff .-an the trusts ne
brought under control and tha con
sumer rescued from the baneful effecla ,
of the 'private understanding' It
seems to me that Wilson a puaattlon on '
tola single issue la tnuugh to bring all
to court ann special county jnoge ror nave uisiinguisucu namaei r ea i y past
I Juveniles has been arranged, It Is un.- ' demonstrations of Rlllltanoy wars all
lawful M SSII cigarettes or tooaeco " BadM (oI1cb aurvelllnnce to-dr y. In
"A splendid law is that providing for anticipation ,.f retaliation by the
the attrtllaatlofl of the mentnllv unlit. I women for the sentencing of Mr..
The marriage of minors without the Maty I.elgh and Miss 'iltidyH llians to
consent of pirents or gnsrrtlnns his
been forbidden. A deserting husbnnd ooun
or father may be punlsbeu as a dis
"A very progressive poor law and In
determinate sentence act have, hern
passed, as well as acts regulating cold
stor.ige, weights and incisures and
"And fln.illy. In his npi'iintments.
of Injuries re oived curlier In th,. dny
hy being struck bv a car at Tenth s'.re-t
and Avenue B.
l.aUe llopaleona I'rll roar reef.
, loss of about four feet in the depth
of Lakg HoPatCOng thH summer la
claimed by soma obsarvars to be due tg
the rapidity of priwile water eompsnles.
Hoys tff..rnled In Corn. Tha Slate Board of Water Commission-
WAIIASII, tad . Aug. ! Will lam Mor- ar nB, hgl inspectors looking over the
row, son of a weulthy grain dealer, and , Krund. MM uld the COttdltlOBS continue
Frank Jackson, eleven, were suffoc i'ed I for nv t,.ngth of time there la a llkell
to death beneath one thousand bushels ; ho(J(j , owners of property along the
of corn In a hln yeaterday. The boys I gjM shore will app.aj directly to the
wire playing In the bin when u chute ' state hoard for relief, as they believe
was opened to empty, tile retainer and the value of the lake as a resort may
they were draw n ilown bv the suction. be affected.
A l I II ml erst oud Toast.
(Krcni il. s Lin 1 ci Chf-iairls. i
Van a toast la liable to bo mlaun-'
dirstnod. Mr. llHckwood In his hook
'.lood Chsar" refera to an anecdote
pr.werved Id Notes and ljuerk.a, "Which
tells mat during the short-lived peace of
Amiens tlWI?) the chslrmsn at one of the
City banquets proposed Ihe toast of 'The
II. aim of the Three I'reaent Oonaula,'
I which the toastmaater took up In hla
StSJilallaa accents, and by mistake or a
happy Inspiration tranalated Into 'The
Health of the Tnrce per Cent. Consols.'
The company, wn are told, honored
I tho toast with great enthusiasm."
The youthful, lovely complTs
lon that naturn Rave you will ba
enhanc id by just a touch of
Try It and sea Carmen will not robaff
until ynu remove It, nor lose Its delleato
fragrance. Refined people use CAKMRM
eclusiv.ly-for It DOKSNT "SHOW
Harmless and pore. CARMEN benefits
the skin Instead of Injuring It It's dif
ferent from other powders.
FOUR TINTS: IVsif.. Pink. Flee
and Cream fll year Dnttfi er
Vtpartmtni Wrt-fkuVI iSse toe.
Carmen Cold Crasam
far reugh. Irritated akin ssgaj wklts
asa-stlsky. JSc sad iSc
Staff ord-MUlar Company,
gig Obve gar eat. St. I
of Locality on
aflar a hard, narvo-wrecklag i
penal servitude, of tlve yearn on uc-
if mi attempt 10 burn the Thea
tre Royal, Dublin, and an attack on
The militants said freely that the
Government's rtnsort to such extreme
measures hag prectpttatcd a crisis, and
that the country tnuy lis prepared fori
anything. The police know that these
Interest rates v
whether for publl- commission or for threats are not empty, and It Is un
boards, Oov. Wilson has gated with ofnrlaly admitted at How Street that
regard to the training er fitness of theth ,Ve,.Nt apprehenalon is rait there 1
man and 1th nr. regard WeVOI- o i,Vernment Is worried at the
h i poUtleg, nt has appointed many . . ,
wi- n to the boards Of managers of , lPly of sympathy aroused by the
BUte institutions and shown ,. uniform ""verity with which Mrs. Leigh nnd
siiirit of co-operation with all mon and Miss Bvana wen- treatad. The public
women throughout the State In , crested ' has nuver taken lha short Jail gen
In c'vlc and philanthropic work. tences Impoged for prevlotlg SUffraget'S
"He has shown ns keen a ibslre to disturbances very seriously, hut In
proteel women's Interests as he has mJng gotUal OOflVletS for long terms
men's-a virtue rare among politicians, of vp(lr out ( ,w somen, wh
it least in the fulfilment. Why ahouldn't ,, ,. ,t,.xuri, nr nolltloal. th.
law wismwu mii i ""in ' ' 11 - mi
"OTHER HURT IN SAVING
BABES FROM RUNAWAY.
Mrs. Schatz Trampled by Team and
Neighbor's Child Also
i out Is ti e n to have gone too far for
It Ih widely predicted thai 'he Home
ttflea win have to pardon lh Dublin
pilsntiers In deference to thla sen
timent. "TAGGED" HiJTfOR $10,000.
I Millionaire Helps lilrl -.IrlUers
Saving her children, Harry, four, and j After One Aronsre Ilia fvmpathy.
.In la. six, from u team or runaway , . It . . . .
horse, at Ames .tree: and St. John's' A wealthy New Torh.r, Who WUhW quality tO t
place, Ih-ookiyn, Mrs. Lena Schais of ; b' name K-pt secret, aaa pusai
No. UN Real New rorh avenue ,t, the ,rl f',r '"aT '
It Was sa u j esiern.i y dj mimm nu.n
Illink. inarbhal of tho tag brigade. One.
..nocked down ami so cully hurt that
i millions. re.
MM Blanh co villained last night thst
norn a,,n after, did In I Diana, marenei oi .... -
. Ol l " ir.ij ... . ... .. .w-. ....,,
1 , w . u,,.n h .I'im.iil hv of the
. .... -.... .1,1..,.. ... .... I we SI"'. 1 --
eight-year-old Ma I, demon, who lives
In ihe uiii,. boose. Ti e horses knn.lir.il I
her down and she Is said at St. John's the police were chasing Ihe tag girl,
Hospital to be mortally Injured ! from tho street cars and threatening 10
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in.' uii.i, ii.il. i.i . , ,f. . una- o." --
tin) hospital with' two Ii .inoi en hi mi prvtinai .ne
t.'it'g ts u.il la.'Kie nr i.yniies to-iiav.
In their o'.vn borough, and on Saturday j
sea. I an-1 gunoai tne en." .i a,J ... vuunjr
Woman Tries Suicide ;n fell. laland and Ito kauay.
.,. v.irk unlaas on a closed shop basis.
t, triad to com- Qfn,.era 0f the Aasoelatsd r ir atanufao.
tnphi-r streei. Is
eoncUaBaOa of the hrain. Tiiu hor.-ea,
KatS sai l, took fright -it ,m automobile.
Annie letter, forty years old, of Xo.
11)1 Kasi Sixteenth i-tr.
mlt suicide In Jefferson Market prison
at midnight hy hanging- her.'. If to the
door of a cell with lor apron strings,
sho was taken to Bellsvus Hospital.
Sh- had been sentenced to h . k monltiH
In the workhouse for vagrancy.
Hirers reply mat ins sii is. -is are return
ing i y degreae on an open shop ggraas
Uiminn Ivjlled l.v a llreet Tar.
Mr Hannah SulKls, thlrtj -five, of No.
Delicious and pleasant how good they do taste,
A dish one tan relish and served in such haste;
Post Toastics for brculdast. a meal by the vay,
VI 'ill make your checks rosy with sunshine all day.
Wrlten by MuntUH WKINTIIAl..
S0fl Frsnkatown Air. Kast Eng. Palatini gh Pa.
One of the 50 Jingles for which the Postum Co.
Hattle Creek, Mb li . ild I10u0.no in June.
dav vvr utXKVWTWKin
cnfs5sSIS,r ine laiejr rage fniioiei?
tal Rtve Rea foreign postage Jtompf
an na'tone engrayinff'-'
2 Kb11v$ .eSSeflf e0Ch PQCk0eV
a c c o rt
isbiies and at CCTW,
five years ago.
Today largest selling
plain tip Turkish cigarettes
105 s. u$m
I MAKCR I
lO Cents .