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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1912.
DRINK TOO MUCH
Father T. A. Hickey Declares
He Sees Females of Tender
Years in Saloons.
MERE BOYS GET DRUNK
He Inspects Road Houses and
Reprimands Girls for
Xdqnor. Ud the fut that oar
VWMT (ins and boye Imbibe too
trly of it, uo th ommi of atao
tnth of th. trouble la Vow Tort.
This 1 the belief of the Rev. T. A
HJckey, pastor of St. Brendan' Roman
Catholic Church of Klatbush. Father
Hickey hae been preaching against the
frequent , of liquor for the last
three Sundays, and has even (one so
far as to make u personal inspection of
many of the road houses within the
bounds of his parish. He has repri
manded several -rls, hesglnK their
mother to be more strict with the
BLAMES THE MOTHERS FOR
LACK OF VIGILANCE.
"Mothers know too little of their
daughters' whereabouts. From the
time a girl becomes old enough to earn
her own living she desregard her
mother's opinions and paddles her own
"I consider It a curse for any girl
to earn her own living. Kvery girl
lost her feminine charms on she is
made to battle with the world. The
continual Journeying to and from work
is what places many of our young girls
in hospital!. A girl's place la home,
and she should be forced to remain at
home. God mada women to ba the
maker of the home and to have child
ren. Every girl should know how to
oook a dinner or wash the dishes. Her
recreation should be had In company
with the other members of her family.
ADVOCATES LOCKING GIRLS
OUT AFTER 10 P. M.
Mothr know little and care les
what Is happening to their daughters.
They seldom reprimand them for com
ing In late, and think It clever of their
girls to bo able to drink a few cocktails
or a glass of beer. It Is my belief that
when a girl returns to her home after
It o'clock she should not be permitted
to enter th house. I would close th
door In her face. Any girl who visits
roadhoue In the company of young
men and sits up until all hours imbib
ing liquors la not fit to enter a respect
"1 think the young men are equally
a bad as the young- girls. Roys, as a
rule, think th;tt In order to be papular
they must become Intoxicated every
once In a while. They are not good
sports' if they can't drink. Moreover,
the girls will have nothing to do with
the majority of men unless the men
"That Is .precisely where most of the
trouble lies. When a fellow Is seen In
toxicated, no matter how vilely he may
have acted while In :hat state, he will
b received with open arms at the home
of some respectable slrl on the follow
ing evening. I sincerely wish girls
would Insult such men when they call
to visit them. Instead of being de
lighted to see them, and giving them a
"arm reception, the girls should repri
mand the men for their conduct and
refuse to have any further conversa
tion with theem. If this happened to
msny yuiinu men Met t!ie world would
he better. Any fellow who Is ones In
sulted by rOOpOCtabU glri usually tries
his best tO get buck Into her good
BOY8 OUGHT NOT TC HAVE
"There should b( no luch thing a a
latchkey for the younger generation.
If girls and boys knew they must ring
tlio bell upon their return home, ;. nd
that there would be an angry parent
waiting up for tliani, they would trial..!
it their business to be home early.
Here In New York I have jeen little
girls snd boys as young as twelve
years of age with their own latchkey.
When they are out late at night all
they need to do Is open the door. The
parents never stay up, because they
know the children can get In.
"1 urge mothers to Insist upon tne
ohl dren handing over their pay en
velopes every week unbroken. This
silly Idea of paying two or three dol
lars a week board, with the belief till,
the child should get the best room In
the house, and plenty of food, Is what
I breaking up most of our homes to
day. There Is no mors home life. Bv
ry hnuae is a boarding house, with
the mother turned Into a boarding
house mistress. No wonder a mother
has no Jurisdiction over her children.
No wonder her sons and daughters can
stay out until all hours of the night
and always have plenty of money to
spend op. drink. Is there any wondor
why our young men hate to get mar
ried, and why our young girls refuse
to become mothers? If they had less
motley arid respected authority more
they would have little cause for drink
and there would be less crime In the
"I am tired speaking to motheri
about the necessity of guarding their
daughters. I have seen many girls
from this parish visiting road houses,
and I have repitmmiiled them severely.
The crisis has come. Liquor 1 tit
cauie of nine-tenth." of the trouble in
the home, and unless Its use Is for
bidden we can never hope for any bet
Killed hy Third-Rail Shock.
Patrick Donovan, forty, of No. 213
Boot one Hundred and Second street,
was instantly klllsd late yesterday
afternoon by an electrio shock when an
Iron bar, with which he wss removing
dirt that had collected in the trolley
slot between the westbound street rail,
war tracks In front of No. s West Eighth
street, came In contact with the "third
, AsTST . TvTJTJ
SlMPUCnV IS FA. MOR. ATTRACTIVE TH AM RlCHWES';- TH CiOOD FALLOW S- i c, , , r, i jT V ssssV
A huiiuMC max- Haw wtiwiM e.jerv C O-. f f Tfl sPnsWSSY
"OPIUMS' Vf(- 7" BsW "-sss
"I Have Never Had Cause to Think New York Men AYvi m
Are Other Than Gentlemen," Writes a Stenog ll DVi v m
"If Girls Would Select the Right Kind of I K0y ) W
Men They Wouldn't Be Subjected to VwfiS) I -Jr m
Disappointment," Says T. A. j Jl (. -
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
ST i i i i iii i m i.l . I Em H Ml .
, , s V .1 nlB lantnrn tooKing tor an non-1 II
I ' t Mt ? jpv- oxfaV I eot man, seems to have been a hope-1 U " 1
I ' ft'sSbCaf'- V."g"TBsil fuI an1 ch,',,rf"1 Peron compared I I IInAA ) )
VssnTlsnar'' ssstaaS "! -C I Wtth certain young men and women N . .-
BssssssssssssW' ''-tl ' Sow YorK who are sneklnit an f?T TlC
ItffejLl Ideal all assuro I I
' H me, have Ion; since I I I 1
PwBsPKi lavI "n"nK one- I V I I
i KB'''' r I oi tiling at nem. t no Hutineam i I I i
jRe1. '' ; H th( soap bubbles we used to blow1 J
Vl-XOU GRBBLJLY'-SHITVt a,, there g no ue iooklng tar an
ideal when every young man or woman with an Imagination is another
Aladdin with the wonderful lamp. One rub, young man, and a little red
haired girl who has worked beside you for yearB becomes the beautiful
princess of China. One wish on tho magic carpet, little girl, ami, behold!
you dwell In a country of sweet enchantment, enthroned and garlanded
beside it wonderful prince.
Other persons, too blind to see by the
lamp of Aladdin, whose dull feet have
never trodden the magic carpet, may
recognize the prince of enchantment a
a clerk in a broker's ofnee or the book
keeper in a cloak and suit house. But,
after all. you know best.
The main thing when you go In
aearch of an ideal, whether of love or
famo or worldly succb, Is to take
along the right lantern and to realise
that you have not failed o long as
you have not given up the quest. But
let's hear what some of the searchers
have to say.
FREQUENTLY ENGAGED, BUT
Dear Madam: A few wordB to th
dlcjurnged girls. Why condemn all
men and classify them as the John
nies? I do not think that there Is a
mun who would not share his life
with a loving helpmate. But there
ate too many disappointments In life,
and there is alwaya a reason If a
man does not marry. I am thirty
yoatf. of age, not married, belong to
many socletic and have a large ac-uualntan-e.
When 1 was about
twenty-two year of age I had in
tentions to marry. I never looked
for the tluffy girl clas. always
for tie plain, simple-minded iirl,
having had a good education and a
good home, training. On day about
six years ufo 1 had called on a
young lady whom I had admliod
much. She was etnpluyed as a book
keeper at a aalary of, I suppose,
about 11" a week, her parents in ing
of very ordinary standing; but when
ever 1 called, witnessing her make
up snd overdressing, I could not,
under any circumstances, see my way
clear lo marry her, although my
business allowed me then to draw
11, MO yearly. I have had the same
experience on other occasions, and
derided to become engaged to a poor
gtrl of very poor parents. Hut tuera
again Ignorance, lack of manners
and education caused me to hre.ik
our engagement. Not withstand rig
this sad experience, I again became
engaged about a year ago, and, un
fortunately, had to break It for 'he
same or similar reasons. So hero I
am, have tried, failed and am willing
to try againbut I do not know what
kind of a girl to marry. I suppose
sorae of you will say I am tuo par
ticular, hut It is not so. Every mun
should marry his equal. Unless a
man and woman are equal there can
not be any happiness. But If the
girls of to-day would only try to
look for their equals, not endeavor
to attract mlllionalrea, there would
he many, many leas disappoint
ments. Oirls, take my advice: Do
away with your artificial "makeupi"
be simple simplicity In a woman 1
far more attractive than riches. Do
not try to attract some millionaire,
as they are not your equal. Follow
the footsteps of your mothers and
grandmothers, and I assure ynu
there will lie very few bachelors or
old malda to complain about them
A BUSINESS MAN-.
Aad now he io Is still Mtlktf llttOf
Johnnies Told to Take
And Discouraged Girls to Cheer Up
Copyright, 112, by The Tress Publishing Co. (The New York World.)
Poor, overworked old Diogenes, out
with his lantern looking for an hon
est man. seems to have been a hope
ful and cheerful person compared
with certain young men and women
of New York who are seeking an
Ideal mate, but who, they all aasnre
me, have despaired long since of
Now, an Ideal Is an Illusive sort
of thing at best. The sunbeam In
the soap bubbles we used to blow
was by comparison permanent and
substantial. And the cynic's lantern
is not a good aid In the quest. After
frOth a young woman who has rubbed
Aladdin's lamp the wrong way:
VAIN 3EARCH FOR A WHOLE
SOME MINDED MAN.
Dear .Madam: I'm a young lady
twenty-two years of atie; have lots
of friends In the male sex, as I'm
considered good looking and come of
very refined people; am a lover of
good mulc, as I myself play, and
am accomplished; have sporting
hlood In me and like to have good
times In a good. Innocent wu , but
:he fellows don't care for that.
When )0U refuse to let them kiss
you or get familiar they have no
earthly use for you, and they m-vor
call upon you again. Of course It's
understood a girl is belter off with
ou: them, but what gets me is why
don't they appreciate a good girl?
Have they no manhood about them,
no self respect? A man can easily
find out whether the girl he's keep
ing company wlrh, and with whom he
has good Intentional is good by call
ing at her home, speaking to her par
ents, noting her surround1 ngs, 4c.
But, no; they are In for the good
fellow who drinks every kind of a
fast drink, tella off-color storlef and
allows the men to treat her as they
FROM A YOU NO L,AXY WHO
' KINDS K1ND1NU A OoOD MAN
bHE SAYS MANY GIRLS SELECT
THE WRONG MEN.
Now, let us hear fro:.i a young wom
an wno holds some harsh opinions of
her own sex.
Dear Madam: I have been stand
ins alde all these days reading In
wondern.ent all the letters Bent to
you, and, although a young lady my
nelf, 1 ObaorVO that tho lettets of the
men are more honest than those of
the ladles whose serpent tongues
tome of lb. ui -run riot. The young
girl who claims thai for theatres,
dinners and Mowers ..utrageuue re
turns are eXPOCtOd must have ,my tt
certain claSI of gentlemen (?) frien la.
Would tills fame young lady or
others of hoi stamp sllow herself to
be entertained by a plain young man
who uoes not or oawiot buy diumsro,
flnwera, A a., but who would I uter
tuin ner moat amiably wit.i bis
brains? No, emphatically no! Th it
kind of entertainer tho beat kind
she WOUld call a "cheap skate.1' The
ladies hide too much behind their
ex: that I, they attack men bit
telly and then dar them to strike
back at a woman. 1 have found bet
ter, more serious, Intelligent and
honest friends among men than
among women. A woman's best snd
truest friend l a man. her worst
enemy will be found In her own sex.
Why do these sltis seek and often
run after men? Why are they r igor
to marry iliem? Why do their moth
ers go husband limiting all the while
If all men are N. O.?
There are worthy and unworthy In
both sexes: the unworthy female,
though, Is bv iar worse than the un
worthy male. T. A.
WHY, NEW YORK JOHNNIES ARE
THE NICEST EVER.
I close to-day's discussion with two
letters w.ilch are more hopeful though
perhaps less true to the average girl s
D MsOom: I have beta vary
A ITS NO." CWtl JOMNNt A -HALO
nsjch interested In the recent
article on "Female Johnnies" and
"Male Johnnies," etc., and wish to
a word In defense of the "Male
Johnny." I have been employed a
a stenographer for the pat even
years In a manufacturing concern
In New York, an ' during ail this
time have never been insulted by
any gent Ionian in New York, nor
have I ever been given cause to
think otherwise of them than
gentlemen. I auppoae a good many
girls will say I am an old maid,
past hope and looking for a "catch,"
and thereby wishing to get "solid"
with the male generation. No, In
deed; 1 mm engaged and to be mar
ried In a few months, and befor
meting my "ldeul," went out with
several illfTeren: fellows, and tney
all treat,-.! nie, wlu. respect. As for
tho article of "a Virginia Olrl,"
"that you have to hurry along so
faat In the atreets of New York you
are In danger of getting overheated,
on account of the remarks passed by
different men," I be; to say I have
never yet had an occasloh to get
overheated by remarks passed by
anyone, by reason of my tiavlng to
hurry to get away from them. Olrls
ure treited, as i rule. Just according
to their manner, not boOOHOO "all"
fellows In New York are not repot
able. I trust you WtU not think I
am trying to "boom" the New York
fellows, but If there Is any dis
respect shown to the girls walking
alonji In a business-like manner, and
not commenting on the color of the
aocks, eyes or hair of the "good
looking fellow standing on th cor
ner." why I am .'roin .Missouri and
you will have to show me
A. STE NO.
THIS GIRL DOESN'T THINK MEN
ARE ENTIRELY TO BLAME.
Dear Madam: Erom my own point
of view the men arc not entirely to
blame The girls who are good and
ureas nicely hut yet in good taste
must suffer because of the actions
of our unscrupulous sisters This Is
not fr.un an old maid's standpoint,
as I um twenty years old, also have
many male friends who would never
think of saving anything that was
not entirely proper.
It is absurd for a girl to say ahe
can't meet a nice fellow Perhaps
she look for them In her office; If
tie does. she. will bo disappointed.
I am a stenographer myself, and al
though I have to be polite to th
young nien In the office, I wouldn't
allow one of them to get ompany me
to the train Mly boss Included, fine
of the young men In the office Is
(rank enough lo state "that he has
more rotpoct for dogf than for
women." In my estimation ho is to
bo pitied, for BO has never known
what a Mod girl's company Is. Kor
n I tujoy nothing ts-tter than
th company of a good, clean boy.
Don't got discouraged, slstere. Just
look for the right kind and you will
Uroly find them.
an BNTIRICLY BATICriBD (MM
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
K NOT FOR TNI ORMNaHV MAN BUf
" tho best boor brewod "
Is roars If sext Um 1m ssk ky nam tor
(rn Bottled 0al)
Von Can't Got Bettor
Thin the Best Made
0s sal at most fears snd sales
k A It I VIU. I Wholesale Healer
Hbous Sat -' i7 s-.'i Btevoata a
mranv t ts lors rity
ROB MAN IN BOAT AND
TOSS HIM INTO WATER.
III q . . ...
"' jujtjiu murray on
Lrin and l.avc Him
Molt Haven Canal.
Josph Murray of No. 159 Eaal One I
Hundred and He. and street wan tying
up his motor boat Krln at a dock In
the Molt Haven Canal early to-day when
three strangers leaped
and grabbed him. Hnrr-
into tho boat
who Is thirty -
five years old and athletic, put up
Hiirr I. km, but was overpowered.
The three invaders threw him Into the
bottom of the boat, choked and gagged
hint and abstracted 17 50 from his pock
et. Then tn?y lu w.1 him into the
It wns low tide and the water wa
only about three feet deep. Murray,
however, was bruised and dazed and had
linicultv In claiubcrlna- back Into the
He ieporle.1 the robbery to IJeut
DagDK of the Alexander avenue station
and detectives were sent out to round
up tne rowoiw wno nniK.. their naug
outs In the ticighbnrhoo.l
Dr. I'ellnger of the Lincoln Hospital
draaosd Murray' cuts and bruls.vn.
Canal Coalraelor Itanltrnpl.
Hankruptcy schedules of Hhanley
Morrlsscy, Inc., burgs oanal contract
ors, with ofrtces st No. Ztt Ilroadwav
ami plant at Mechanlcsvllle, N" Y . were
flled yestsrdaf IB the I'lilted State His.
trlct t'ourt. They show a. sets of tlTf,
21 and liabilities of t't. ').'. of which
only III, ton re secured.
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one, a widower of Covington, Ky., aui
Ilia Sarah A. Thompson, aged seventy.
three, a sister of his tirst wife, wirf
married here to-. lay. 'i'he bridegroom li
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CHOOSING A WIFE
WITH A BIG CLUB
Neither Does Beating Her
When You're Jealous, Says
AND DO NOT KILL HUR.
Matrimonial Rules of a Chi
cago Man ResenleJ. by
All hail lo th hammer and tong
method of wooing' liansal to lb hair
rulllng cavj-man! Halttta tn Ha bin
matrimonial jiringcmr nt'! tir, ,f you
positively refuse to do any of these
things, at least listen to Dr. William V.
H'sugh, who I doing them all at once,
with twth hands and a typewriter.
nr. VV'augh Is Dojssl of the Hennett
Medical Oilleg and ok! Of physloJan of
the Jefferson Park Hospital In CMowf
A to whether he Is a married man
history remains silent, but you may
draw your own conciualons. For here
are the four matrimonial niaslms which
he has the temerity lo propound:
Whoa yon find your mate, tak
bar. She await It.
Whn yoa have her, live for her.
he wau-s that.
When h arouses yonr jealouay,
boat bar. Bh aeeda It.
If she botrayo yon, kill her. aha
l)r U-,.h .. ...i saw.
" ' " " i i sihiv her own father was a 'cave man';
simple naxlms that ruled the cave mos! certainly there are om hus
dwrllcr govern humanity to-day., Every j bands of that type among her circle
woman sit ami waJts he coming of her of acquaintances Hhe knows, from
lo-d. Hhe is ready to follow when ii
beckon, no is masterful. Ho woo isoL
orseeches not, Implores not, serve no'.
Mo takes his own when he Ond It. His
ancestor simply caught his woman.
Kno''RP' '"r ,,,,wn lf "h" resisted, snd
Iragged her, none tOQ gentij, to his lair
I'he nearer Uli modern approximates
this type and method the better It suits
CASE LAID BEFORE A
Ml of which was respectfully aulimlt-
led t Mrs. letitia Taylor, probation
officer at the Brooklyn Domestic Itela
tlnns Court since its Inception, and
therefore In a position to know the sort
Of husbsnd that makes a woman happy
"Does tt'ie modern woman enjoy helm;
'eaten, pulled around by I lie hair and
I threatened with murder If she transfers
I her affections"" Mrs. Taylor was asked
I No w-o.'iian with a scintilla of personal
I dignity or clf-repect ever enduros
more Hum on., beiitln from her hus-
ssncrted the probation
officer. ' The only exception to this rule i n lm -r nei .re me enu.
i k ,u , ,l ,,, I "It seems to m that If there Is ons
Is the caae of the wife who s also a - I ., ,. ,
. ... . - thing our civilisation means It Is the
mother, and who f s that for aor ! yfrtM of solf-ooatrol,'' ssstod atta. Tar-
children's sake SB must embus any- j jor. Mre than any other ethical quad
thing to keep the home together. Hut ty this dlffernntlatee us from the anl
even she, though she may remain a wlf.'s mals. If we are to oall ourselv su
In name, loe.si all love and reeert tor perior to them. If our marriage I to
the brutal . .ward w ho has married hr.
"I agree with Dr. Waugh that a
woman moat rpot a atrong man.
But th fatal flaw la hi argumsnt
Is that th wife-beater I not
strong. A man who us physical
vlolsncs on a woman la Invariably
a coward In soul, whatever his
muscular power. X uaver darsa
to hit a man of bis own else; ho
slinks oat of th way of a fra
ught. Hi la Ilk the on,l llttl
hoy, who pall th legs off lis
and howlo under hie mother's ca-
"There Is a type of woman Who will
put up with a brutal husband, but ah
ll usually some lasy, shiftless creature
i who would rather rtatid a few btoWfl
I now and then than attempt 10 run her
own living. Mer bt)4j suffers but not
ner soiri. co sm or gets in.' swung
'"" " "
. ww.n of nv aaslrti. .nv nnen...
mental perception, every b'ow Is an
ineffaceable Insult, and love for the
giver Is at one egtlngulshed. '
WOMAN WANTS THE STRENGTH
THAT WILL PROTECT HER.
"The sort of Mr, ngth a woman want in
her husband ll that which a III protect
her, not assault her. Khn likes to feel,
down In her heart, that her man' will
right other for her sake. If need tie, toil
not that he will 'urn and rend her. If
sh loiea him, she wants to Idesltse
him, to believe him braver, kinder,
wiser than any other man, or than he:,
elf. But she doesn't want to helleve
him a bigger brut than the rest of
"It Is true that women have wonder
fully forgiving dispositions. Case after
case comes to this court, in which w-e
ask the complaining wife If ahe want
her husband sent to lJI and she an
swers 'No!' Kven when a man has
been eent to the Island for Just oause.
his wife Is apt to ask for remittance of
his sentenca before the time la up.
"Hut In many of these instances the
husband has not been actively brutal.
Me ha got drunk and refused up
port, or ho has earned money snd
spent It away from home. And mavhe
the wife has a secret convection that
the blame 1 not altnerether on one aide.
In my Inveatlgatlona, I have noticed
that very often domestli- troubles am
started hy the woman of the house.
Hhe Is Idle or slovnly or nagging: or
he doesn't mnke allowancea. She can
stay at home In her own house and do
! her work whmi and how she sen fit
, Mer man has In labor for a cranky
I 'bos,' under sll sort of unpleaaant
I rondltlona. It's not to b expected
tti.it he'll always come home In a per
fect temper, and his wife has altogether
too little forbearance."
"And do you think a man may 'take I
his own when he find It' -marry any!
girl on whom he sets his fancy?" Mi.
Taylor was askd.
Not to-day!" she smiled. "There Is
very llltle romantic glamor In the life
of the average working girl. Hho's
in ilia ...i.i.-r limn primeval, rill
I ehrewd observation, th life of thp
1 7m'm wno mrrl '"at son of man.
for the happiness and suffering of th
poor are essentially communistic. Thera
Is llltle fals reserve about th euccoao
or fallirr o' their domeatlc life
"The working girl ues her eyes, forms
her own Judgment, and, aa he herself
would express It, resolves not to get
I 'stung.' Hhe reuards marriage primarily
as a business proposition. If a man
asks her to be his wife and ah thinks
hr can give her an easier time of It
than her life In the factory, she will oc.
I re" "" " ' " "f '""
anywsy. (she has a very complete idea
of her Independence' and 'what's owing
"And what do you say to Dr. Waugh's
lsst pronouncement tliaf a man Is Justi
fied In killing the wife who la untrue
"The laws of tlie United States and of
very other civilised country have J
ready answered tbat point, tint even
lf there were not the laws, a woman
untrue lo her marlrago vow Is pun-
la hod much mor sureW by life than by
death Her huaband should simply let
her go her own way; she will tret al.
. mean sumnming more man ins triiimpo
I i if blind tnetlnct. we ahull s.tvtinee r.i
ther and farther from the oonnublal re
lations of the cave dweller Instead of
reverting to them."
MANHOLE LIDS FLY IN AIR.
Families Hush to street In Mnlit-
elnlhea Fullunln; lllowup.
The cover of five manhole of the
K.llson Companv blew off with loud
V- V - a
etptMloni and burst 1 of flames In Low
avenue between Mlddleton and Lorlmor
tre:s. Brooklyn, just a Mill aftor
dawn to-day. The racket waked evary-
body on the avenue and many la the
ld striels The sidewalks war Ml a
moment full of men, women and
dren In their nlxhtrlothr.
Aft. r Ihey had watched the gas flat
will h rosred out of th conduit
themselves out. the frightened
'rr" VtVtUH by th, police rei
"" hrk '" b'1- T1"' 'Overs wr toft
Hn ami a h.g suusd of workmen
t the Joh of nndlng the leak by
" l"lo the electric conduit.
Most everybody's doing it!
( hat? Going to the Opti
cal House of M. H. Harris
for their Eyeglasses.
The wonderful attraction is
perfect fitting glasses expert
service accuracy and, most
important of all, the economy.
Any wonder e erybody's do
Harris Glasses coat $2.00
or more, depending upon th
quality of the frame you select
and tne kind of lenses your
OcxvUcU anA Catalan
64 Kort 23rd St., nar fourth Av
tn West :4 1 h St .. bot. 6th and 6th Avoa.
64 West 126th St.. now Lonox Am
4Z l olumbus A vs., Blot snd 82nd 8t
TO Nassau St., nesr John St.
1009 Broadway, near WnioTyy, Rkhra
488 Fulton St.. opp. A. AS., llklya
ttn Broad Sc.. new Hahas'a, Nowaoa
Use Tyrec't Powder
To Avoid Diseata
The need of an effective standard
antiseptic in every household, either lor
deodorising and disinfecting sick root
or lor the prevention and iirstnxrioo
sll infectious or contagious tlis
cause.! by germs, is a well established
(act; and there is not!iin( better or
more economical than Tyrer's Anti
septic I'nwilcr. A twenty-live cent hog
will make two gallons nf standard aati
i Tyree's Powder i in general uo
throughout the world, and has boom
strongly recommended by pbrsiriaas for
more tbsn twenty years. Dissolve
instsnlly in water, contain no poison,
snd when used a a dmn lie it is uow
passed. Kxtremely beneficial in tho
treatment of catarrh. Sob) by drug,
gist everywhere. Send tor booklet and
I sample. J. S. Tyree. Chemist, VYaah-
ington. I. (
FOR YOUR HOTEL
Beautifully furnished or urtfunv
i".heil apartments one. two or threo
oofns and bath, overlooking the
beautiful Morning-side ami Central
Our own restaurant In the build,
inn, also Kitclwnette in each apart
ment - wrier you may prepare your
own meals, if you like.
SO.OO Pet Month Bag I sssri. Sss0S
l rl.nl. In rruonrtWa.
rrl.,ci..i S970 Rtfeff.
Col issbtu Arrant ftm) 110th Mnrt
1 Mor-1. fn m mbwij. alarfatoMl and tmrttcm mm.
Radiates real beauty -rdds a fooUifitL
lovely complaxion. and won't "show
powder" nor com off until removed.
Is unlike ether oowdei s floe and
Ism. It soften the skin and benefits th
tissue Instead of ruining them.
A fascia tins' f rat-ran c and a tie I
for every com plsji ion.
Wails. Pink. (mam and FlK.
At your Drugffiat't and flssoH
ment Stor. TnUI Sum toe.
Carmen Cold Cr
and SSSaOS the skin, tic anal BBS.
SIB OUvs Street.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
A Strong Week
for World Ads.
Last Wt4k There Were Printed
U.742 World "Help Winttd" sad
"Situation Wint.'d" Ads.
N.ttni Here I haii I he Her
4,Sl' World "To Let" Ads.
U.IMHI Mure I hail the Heral.
1,681 World "Rel tiUte" Ads.
46J 11. ne Thau the Herald.
2.J04 World "Summet Resort" Ads.
I.IHMI More Than III Herald.
t.fWJ World "Buslnesj Opportunity
TON Mora Ihaa the Hernia.
And this was no exception to ska
general rule, is The World leads '.as
Heta.d. Its nearest and really OM.Y
competitor, by j. ..it th
"n week alter week.