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WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, ltlt.
fANKEE FLEET, HO!
GRAY SEA BULLS
Battleships, Vanguard of
the Greatest Fleet Ever
IDAY THERE'LL BE 123
York to Welcome 30,000
Naval Officers and En
United States Battleship Oonneotl-
belling (hp Hag of Hoar Admiral
ro Osterltaus, win steam up tha
Oi River to-morrow morning with
ni of nine of the gray sea tail's
the Atlantic Kleet. They are the
uard of Che Meet which will h the
et ever assembled In American
ere. lly Friday next there will be
ships o( all BaagSod in the North
!r arrival 1s the unofficial bealn-
of New York's annual naval huli
The real annual holiday of the
men of the (left, who look for-
to It from the end of on fall
the end of thu next. Thla year
a extensive inans than ever before
leen modn to make certain that
Sailors of the nation and eepeclwlly
bluejaikets have M good a time as ,
they knew In their Uvea,
only ceremony fur to-morrow, im-
tely fl-llowlim llu dropuiiiif of th
fa of the OoBneetlettt and the nine
tttfaj ut the stations estlcnt-d lu
under Riverside Drive, . the vielt
Admiral tif the Itccuptlou Cone
re;irvsent!ni; the Mayor. hi aded
i liw ami 1'risident John II.
ey of the City College, lol'.owel by
ty two others . -.. m nr in niun a,
pru:. 4 ... adu ation, butanes ana
A sub-coimiUttiu of thla commlttoe
have a little conferenco with the
Iral regarding the arrangements fOf
Ut to the .vijur mid the .Meyor s
vlalt to the Admiral on Monday.
E8IDENT TAFT TO BE AMONG
THE CITY'S QUESTS.
Mayor will Inform ntie Admiral
Mi . . i.-NiM unit the 1'realdent of
'luted dtatra, the members of hLs
Inet and the ottlcerg and enlisted
of the ileet an to be the gureie
M city of New York during their
here, and acceptances have been
ved from the President and nearly
the others. The members o( the
r'a e h,,; committee, of which t)ia
ptlun committee la only a email
tjoti, will re-afve the Admiral on
steps of the City Hall and will
nd the Mayor during hi address
programme whloh has been ar-
ed for the rest of the week n-
paradna, athletic ptunes in land
water, dinners and theatrical en-
nmenU and reviews of the fleet
erybory Interested, whether ha Is
t Taft on tha Dolphin or
y Finkelst.Mn of urenarn swail on
cent excursion steamer. It will
fitting recognition k - the fa -t that
float "la not only the blcgest fleet
oh ever asaetnaled In these water.".
tha biggest fleet that ever fathered
any harbor of the world and tile
t fleet ever assembled In any pla-e
t the open roadstead at Splthead.
IK ships will be manned by l.win
missioned officers, 3,00" warrant of-
rs ami 26,000 enlisted mm.
Hie Connecticut will anchor off tev-
alxth street. The active light. ng
els In full firming trim ami ne
ad northward tid the reserve tle--t
(he a -a th.
Trie ships with the Conne tlcut are the
rtaas, Wyoming. Florida, I tan.
ware, Michigan. South Carolina.
Klalana and Kauaaa. anchorlna In a
line north of the Conneepleu; in
It, I. HANDS WILL TRY TO SEE
t Is noped that it will be possible
get up exhibition basaiball games be-
tha New Tork American league
i and Hrnu-Wyn on two days lata
week, when flrat one-half of the
and then the other can come
re and see whai 1912 ha a done for
national form of outdoor atrcnuous
Illy. But the one certain game
.1. u in niieiulAd V,v everv sailor
get away Monday will be an
ta and Yankees on Monday, to
h every man who weara a up.lfor.ii
Uncle Saiu will be admitted without
Hon. VTlftfkTT It bars the Insignia
New floral to do to-day la to dig
ewe. n in their lorkara and idoeeta for 1
eftetr A-inerluan Haga and make aure
tfeay do not have to buy MW amblems
prepare to ma-ice in wjnnows or
New York bloom with a vlelhle wol-
lit is a
"""r" T" "'"Iruch methods
nspoTtaltoti companies oi mo ray
to the Navy Department that a
Hot of taw prevent a an arrangement!
whion a uniform shot! ant as a free
on any street oar, elevated or aub
llne. The navy nilee forbid uny
OarOi hosplUllty unlesa veiuntarlly of
fassad by the transportation companies;
the lews of tibia ritate forldd tha trana
aasriatlon compuilea to give free fates
to employees nf ths Htata or Federal
Oovernment unless oftlolalry asked to do
TMisre la no law, howevor, preventing
any patriotic cltlxen from sacrificing
ths price of one or n:rt glaeses of
goda water or something elaa to pay
faro of anv sanor woo naaw ei
sam" street oonveyance
The Pnraon'a Ad vice i
-flats Bail Oawa t Ueusk Brass." aa. e usa.'.'
Does Beauty Count More Than Brains
She Who Make a Friend
of Hot Job la the One
That Crowe Into the
Useful Employee It la
the Quality of the
Work Done That
Some Girle Flatter Fellow
Workers of the Sterner
Sex to Induce Them to
Extend Help in Climb
ing the Ladder of Suc
BY NIX0LA GREBLEY-SMITB.
There are alz million women In
uully they do. An l then tha
For we all know that It la the f Iri I
vho ar.akea a friend of hor' Job, who
lieats It as thouffh She l ived .'. w ho i
n ally does loe It. that growa Into me ,
Olrl Who Makra Oood.
There are thousands of her la
Haw York Otty and In every other
marleaa otty, great or email.
And BOnieUinea It aeama ta ma
that thla girl who waike the quiet
ways of auoossa, thla girl who la
not a problem to herself or any
one alas, Is too much obaourad by
the girl who, perhape through no
fault of her own, haa failed ta
one way or another, and having
failed has become a problem to
herself and to soolaty.
No one can help tho soman who has
failed so much as the woman who lias
succeeded. The very story of her su -
ce. the aepu;a.t.on and analyeta of Ita
jcausc. mutt Wu helpful to tnose ai.u si
the bottom of the ladUer or who having
climbed up u few rUBffl have found the
way hard and ateep and dangeroua, and
have grown din aurageJ.
WILL THE GIRL WHO MAKES
GOOD TELL HER STORY?
vary girl who makes good lias a
story to tell as to how she did It. Will
she tell the story of her success for
other girls to whom 1: may Da an
encourugument if not an inspiration? '
Within m own SerSanal experience
I have seen many glria fall. I have
aeen a few iUCOSOd. Add 1 think I
know why the many failed and tho
few mecteded. Uu. the rane of any
Individual experiences t narrow, an in
sufficient basis from which to deduoo
the rule of succse so many are look
If you have found thla rule of
aucoees, win yon give other work
lag woman tha benefit of It by
writing to Tha Evening World
ust how and why yon have suc
ceeded. Ws hear so often that
tha pretty woman haa aa a van
tage over her plainer sister. la
that ao? What la your opinion la
tha value of beauty versus brains
M own opinion Is that beauty may
constitute a sort of pull" at the aiart.
but In 'tho end 1a very likely to become
a handicap, hecauae Ita posaesaor. un
less owning besides an exca-ptlonal
poise, Is apt to rely upon It too much.
Moreoyeri no girl makes good In the
long run who uses her beauty as a
apon. And In whatever noble cauao
ski, use.i It ahe mlsuaaa It.
THE YOUNG WOMAN WHO IS
ARTFUL IN BUSINESS.
type of young woman who
managea to climb two or three rungs
, of iho ladder of auceeas by showing a
I aiihltme Inefllcleney a hloh prompts the
attll chlvslrooa male to extend both
; hSnda to help he:- up. Thla la the girl
Who greete every man who can po -i
sflvly be ef use to her with a rapt
adoration, a calculated cringe, holding
up her mind like an empty plate to
be filled And what charitably dis
posed man wouldn't drop a thought or
a hint or a valuable suggestion in that
i (lettering vacuum? The Spartan who
J would refuse to contribute to that nten
I tal collection box Is as yet undiscov
ered. But nn woman gets to the top
I of anv employment or profession by
When Beauty saeoauitere the
sat Bualaeaa, sad tries to play
tricks with him, the ead is Inev
itable. Perhape It may be gathered from Ihe
popular tale which runs:
Algy went hunting. Algv met
Hesr TJie Hear was Hulgy. I':, Bulge I
And the Dsast, HnelnesB. la bilgv
with female "Algles," who go forth to
bunt him armed only with the boomer
ang of ltaaiitr. However, aa I have
said, The tllrl Who Makes (loud is
never of this claaa
8U0CE83 MEASURED 8Y THE
QUALITY OF WORK DONE.
Tho teaoher. the stenographer, tha
efficient aaleawoman, all know hat tne
secret of euccees Is in the Quality of
the work dsna, 1 would like very muca
WHO MAKES GOOD
by The rnn Publishing Co.
the United Statea who earn their
own living. Every time the aun rises
It looka down benignly upon hun
dreda of new recrulta to thla army
of women workers. Every morning
whether the aun ablnea or not,
aome girl puta on her prettiest hat,
her brightest amile, her most reso
lute demeanor and goea forth to
look for a Job.
Often the hat has grown a little
shabby, the smile has worn a little
thin, the resolute manuer aeema a
trifle artificial before the Girl and
the Job find each other. But event-
Is for them to make and remain
to hear from any girl who thinks her
experience In making good mav be of
benefit to glrla who ha.e still to make
I would like to get the more de
lacneti but perhaps equally valuable
Mews of men on this aubject, the views
of employera and fellow-employees wh.i
obaerve day after day the girl who falls
and The Ulrl Who Makea Qood
ENDS IDLE LIFE
35 Years Ticket Agent at
Rushing, He Found No
Uke the subject or Charles Lamb's
essay on "Tie UllpersnnuatSlI Man,"
1'isnK Mir. fur t hirty-tlve ears station
aacnt a! th'i TuShlD depot of the Long
Island Railroad and rucntly retired ut
the age nf BeVentytWO on a pension,
DOttM hnd no happlneai: hi an Idle twi
light o' life. To-ilay he went to the
scene of his years of labor and threw
himself under the wheels of a locomo
tive. Probably no envplove,. of the Ijanu Isl
and itallriiad la so widely known is
was Mir. He had been the first ticket
agent appointed When the railroad ffM
bull: through Flushing to the north
shore of the Island. Me hnd seen chil
dren grow to be oi)Hlne.s me.i and SOR11
niiiteis. line tneir lathers. He hid i feet. Han . bald Willie, and I'll make
watched the passing o ths old style lo-1 bslleva ahoot lbs gun at you, and yon
OOtnOtlvesr With the Hare r pai k cat her drop and mate bHIew dead.-'
on top o the stuck : had known conduct-) Willie Stepped off the required pa ei
ore and engineers as they came and I hit companion level' s. I the gun at me
went. From the little grated window In ; haok and pulled the trigger. Willi,,
tha aiallon behind which he U or 1 fell. Hurry ran to his home nnd bab-thlrty-flve
cars uad been his sole oul- bl.l the story of tho horror t his
look on lie.
When the railroad retired him on a
pension a few weeks ago, Mir could
find no comfort sitting In a rocking
chair In his home on PrOSPSOt avenue,
listening to the passing of pains and
knowing that a rnil laser man was
atampl-.g tickets at hla window, with
that old familiar hand Stamp, His
wife tried to comfort him. but his rest
lessneas Increased. lie began lo talte
long and fruitless wslks pofors dawn.
He Rat moodily about tie house,
thumbing ,ils collection of old time
tables schedules of s past gensrertlen
To-day came an erd to Ms ague
heart longing. He aalked dnn to the
atlon. chatted sith S'siualnlanees and
then moved sway frotn the small knot
of commuters to the end ef the plat
form. The atiti train, New York bound,
thundered in Ml' t irew himself head
long across the rails, n front Of the
heavy driving wheels. H'e body was
taken to h n unde iak'ng atabllahmsni
and hie widow nnd foul gnu n ohlldren
were notified of his arid,
A SURPRISE TO SOCIETY.
Vew York nnd MeWPSr
if Ihe mar
asirprised to-day to
riage of Robert K.an la potter mi
Misa Virginia Uangflti Voorhaes, arhleh
nr:i piaos yostordny In the otosntry of
-race Chnroh wltho't any ayoad of ihe
siuTsgsmafM hiviim reached the publl
Mr, roller, a sen of lid ' aid T i kef
Potter, inea wit i his widowed mother
at No. Hi Kaat Th r: v -si venih Itrael,
and is a iroker -r ffj Wah gtrset,
I'l .. late li shop I i was an Uncle,
lit is h niomher at several clubs .
I. la mother has a villf at Ifowpurt,
J' he bridl Is t.o daughter of tha la'.e
Darnel Uaddralf a Vooxhaaa.
in a Business Career?
(The New Turk World)
"Miifr. BBJ icuc ncAn"
ill n i L- wi-klVk ulmu,
CRIES BOY, AND SHOOTS.
Playmate Dying of Buckshot
Wounds Hired From Gun Fair
Find in COTOIM RcfllM,
Willie Row, nine years old. Is dying
Ut Ills home. No. f."i Itatielje :ivrn le.
I'orona, shot through the haek by Iwen-1
ty buekahota fired from a dlse.irded
shotgun tainted a him by his friend.
Harry Suvlne. thirteen ,.nr old, who
lives at No. 147 Crown street
The Isiys were ruinmaglng IkrOaaTb
the public dumps at Myrtle aVenUS Sndl
frown Hlreet when Harry, with a shout
Of Jo, plekotl up a rusty, alngle bar-1
relied gun which had been parti all eon
cealed by tin sheeting, as if bidden lv !
wineboo) with a purpose.
"New, you sti p off ahoul twenty I
' Dr. Doughty said that mom of the
1 buckshot hud penetrated hit l inrs and
; 'hat the boy could not live. Ilarrv
waa locked up on a technical charge
EVELYN THAW DENIES
CUC IC fAlllfs Tn nrun
oMt Id UUINU IU KtNO.
Expert to Be Happy With Husband
it He Is Hver Released Stick
in Him, Anyv.-ay.
OMAHA. Mob., Out. lHvelyn Thaw
In Omaha yasttrdaj ot, ihe way to tha
Paelfyi ooast denied that hr is going to
Ren i I B get a divorce, she mid:
"T i" rumor that I am to apply for a
diror is absolutely without foundation,
I propose to siand by Karl , to the tnd
and If he ever leses the as.lum we
will nc tsgetbsr ami lo happy, jf M
is novel released i xpe-i to remain trus
to him until ileuih
"i have no Idea ef seeing a dlvoros
and less idea of marrying soma other
man. 1 never expect lo return to tha
Itnga, It has no attractions fur ,,,
This titer I expert t i Ir.i aTlttlaf Stjri-
dsi siurlei for newspapsrs. i wi i be
In I,, At, itcle, and ggaj IMagO all win
ter" MRS. STALLOWINS DIVORCE.
CLEVRliAND, Oct, .
bUSbsnds I' now iha n
May Harrington xtaiio
Book o ' M . i-taije Pall ir
i' wo dlvorcad
ord ., M
in the Itlue
tal ties with K. K HUH,, wealthy
New Vnk and OlnalnttStl bustnssi sua
utusnisii sore legally isvorod iisra rs-
lerday. Hue divoreed Han It. Ilai.na of
csv s. end, la Januaiy, Has,
sasV W 1 It I i
PL 8 MTV 0 R.OOM AT Te TOR
OF A SERIES
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X, v Mm i-Tw
SHE LAUGHED AT A JOKE.
' SWALLOWED A PIN, DIES.
Operation Palls to save Girl Who
Carried Hit nl Jewelry in Her
Lung tor Two Years.
The sllllUM of a Joke told 10 M.ss
OIkii Martin, elgblei'ii years old, nio e
than two years ago, oamg esterda, In
her death. She laughed at the Joke SO
haartilyl ttlattha harp Intake of Bar
bi.alh curled ltu her lungs a pearl and
guld pin, whb h ahe bad beta holding
between her teeth.
lr. John Kepka of No, IKS NoMirai d
avenue was called to the Martin ic-d-
deuce at .No. Wi ITescent axenuc. He
sdvlasd thai the pin be allowed to
remain, unless iw.m developed Not
until early last month did tha pin begin
io bother Mls Martin. Then ahe oviuld
not breathe without experiencing a
sharp ftab. An X-ray examination
showed that the pin lay In SUOh n
oosltiou at the bottom of the lung mat
ii noliii .1 Into the tds.uie at each
An operation was perftprrood Sept,
but Wood poisoning developed,
WIFE OF MORGAN PARTNER,
BUT SHE HASN'T A RED CENT.
Mis. Steele Admits Owt)lfl a West
bury Mansion, but in Personal
ssooawmewii run vi ess sown wm
1 North HempaUad, which Includes
amenff others Ihe vlllane of We-lhury.
shows that toe wife of Charles Steele,
a partner lu tha firm uf I. I'. .Morgan
A? OS, ankers, wtileh haa tieen sup
posed o be dolus falrli well In Wall
street, has not, by her own statement,
a cent's worth of pera'iunl property.
Mrs Steele owns the home of the
family at vVSttburj and did not oppose
s ties, ess asaeaomi nl on the place, h it
ahe did objSOl to the additional ap
praisal of 1100,401 for personsl prop
el ty, SSSSrtlng that she owned none.
ThS tetsl aSSSS inenis of the town,
poms o. aalioSS residents srs ver
aeal amount in It TOi.ltvl In real
eslale, ti,7Tii,01t personal property,
t, 110,043, and In spe-dal franchlaes.
1771 US, ThsfS ia an Increase of ltd
per cent, over last veer's valuations.
r'.dltor's Wife Hnrneil.
Bf4tVIDBRR, X. J Oot i Mra. J.
Madison Drafke, wife of t o editor of
t ie tlslvldere Apollo, seriously
burned at bet boms on Mat afield street
by the SI PiOSiOfI cf i IsntP. whl "li she
,viis isiiding in order to give her bus
hand llghi in the cellar, Her husbsnd
and a neighbor succeeded In putting on
the flamts. ihiie saving bar life.
Slimmer llolel Is Oncnea.
N'OHWIt-'Hi N- Oat. :. -Ths Che,
a ,-,o l.otintry tJlubhottse, a aiimmer
oial lies' 0 ansngo Lnks, burned to
,- e nl late yes.erday. It waa
nSfUad by a t ek OSmpMy and will be
jfrai.lt for nest season. Mv-Sunator
JothauO V. Ailda ia a atoakholdtr,
TAFT MAY DECIDE
IF BRITISH BOY CAN
Appeal to Be Taken to the
British Ambassador by
Young Temple's Father.
PUT OUT OF SCHOOL
Can't Go Back Unless He
Agrees to Swear Allegiance,
Though Not a Citizen.
President Taft may be the final ar
biter of the dispute at tho High Hrhool
at Cedar Orove, N. J . to deride whether
young Leofrlc Tesiple. whose father
waa a captain In the fifth Canadian
Artillery, ahall or oholl not repeat the
oath of allegiance each morning and
aalute the American flag.
Mr. Temple would not dlacuaa thla
,,hase ef tha question tlda morning, but
the fact waa learned that the matter
i, sireadv been placed In the handa
an Momiv who will aend a atate
ment of the entire affair to the ItrlUsh
Ambstasador at Washington.
The father, whose name la Frederick
Temple, and Who Is an auditor attached
to the New Amsterdam Casualty Com
pany, No. 1 LJberty street, said lo
day: "I am a Canadian. I aerved In the
Canadian Army and I am tn-ituy on the
reserve Hat. One of my lni's uncles Is
a colonel In the llrltlsb Army now. Is
a D. O. ( IMetlngnlahed BsfvlOg cirderi
and lias served under Kitchener Mv
boy la proud of his birth and la Just aa
much an ICngilshmau us any of hla for
BOY'S FATHER SAV3 SPITE
WORK STARTED IT ALU.
"My boy has not gonn Sack In school
yet hut he aoon wilt. I am a taxpayer
In the town and I help auppnrt the
nchool. 1 have the friendliest feeling
Inward this country. I salute the flag
when the occasion requires I regard
all Americans as my cousins. I have
sworn allglanc to the llrltlsb flag, bow
ever, and I could not go back on my
oath and no fair-minded man would
aak me to.
'I will tell you how this whole th'nt
came about. There Is a man In our
town, ho Is an official there, who was
formerly a Canadian. He dose not ilk
I me, and I place all thla trouble at Ml
door. For morn than a year my son
aaluted t ie American flag each arh.iol
morning, slid one day be asked me
"It was not mv Initiative. He asked
me whether It was right for him lo
aalute the American flag and repeat
the oath of allegiance when he was n
Hrttleh auhjeel at bean. I told him oe
waa not huiieat in the act unless he
hud determined to become an American
BOY SENT HOME, BUT THINKS
HE DID RIGHT.
"He refusos then to take part III the
sxerctaea as far as the flag was con
oafaeaj and the BahOSl Committee of
nine members met. The QgJOStiOQ of ex.
pelllng any pupil who would not salute
the (lug was brought up end discussed.
It was finally voted on and one mem
ber, .Jacob Urlaalng, voted In the neg i-
I UVS, II" waa alone In I la vole. Jly
I hoy was sent home ypsterduy morning,
Of coirse he felt basl about It. but he
j believes lie did right,
"The manner of saluting the flag In
that school la wrong unvwav. There la
iei nag in ins room at me t.me when
the practice started It was all light. I
The Hag waa can led to ihe front of the
assembly room and there held aloft. It
I " then ealuicd. nil method
I continued for perhaps six months, ehan
i th llag was reli-itileit lo the rear of
the room and bung up The salute was
1 then given by tlx pupil with hl nack
.towards It. Now the dig has been re-
altogether and the salute la
made to an Imaginary one.
"I am very surrv this whole ttdm
came tip, but 1 fee taut evarv fair
min i, d man will glv n.e e acpiare den' "
Mr. Temple was Isnn In ,ova Hcotla,
as was Ills son UeofrtO, The family
move I to New .lers, ty abmt ten years
THIEF CLIMBS POUCH
INTO MONTCLAIR HOME.
Hobs Btfil House While the
Membi'rs uf Family Arc
it was reported from Poll 'o Hand.
nunrtersln Mantef-tlr..M I., It da) . tost
a porch ellmher Kid Into the filnn.iitiH
mansion of Kills p, Rarlo, 'he oooper
mlllbitialre, on ridge llff Tsrrsee, Ptllle
the family were at dinner last night and
looted the bSdrOOm of Mrs. Marie. The
thief ot a gold mesh puree containing
a gold watch and l-ssi in money, but
overlooked i-."J" vorth of diamonds
t. its sidj Bsaaafatlea t win
ni, .I.-- ai,a oliaeal llw
i .fluwt Inlnrv to tti sit del.
eaal srin remote
H ftrti UiiUnt.y . "i y
ii)lil. Iin't dm a . i
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sp.irdf ffT It' MTl'-'lfm
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11.00 At iii Qdj aid OipirlMai Uru
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FIND MISSING GIRL
IN RAGS AFTER SHE
Broker's Daughter Wandered
Far, Living on Apples She
Picked Up by Road.
rRBajHOLTJ, Jf. Oct. I. -After
wandorlng around Monmouth County for
more than twenty-four hours and living
on apples picked up at the roadside,
Mlsa Itulh Klv, twenty-two year-old
daughter of Daniel K.ly of Mootalalr,
who mystartouely disappeared from
WaterWItrh Thursday, waa found here
late yesterday afternoon and waa taken
home by her father In an automobile.
offlrer W. U. Hulfs aaw Mlae my
wandering near the i'anneylvanla Rail
road atatlon here and recognised bar
from tha description aent out. Hh wore
no hat and her elotbea srero torn and
covered with dual. Hhe aald aha had
walked from W'aterwltch. which la about
twenty-five mllea from hare.
The young woman haa been aufferlng
from a nervoua breakdown, and waa
ataylng at tha home ut Mra. nqulree, a
Avoid Impure Milk
for Infants and .Invalids
It means the Original and Genuine
Rich raft, malted gram, in powder form.
For infanta, invalids and trowing ciuldren.
Pure nutrition, upbtasding the wfaoie body.
Invigorates nursing nsothen and the aged.
HORLICK'S Contains Pure Milk
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ef V areas, k. J., with a flaat i islliail
em Afterarkew Way, aear the Maalsftr
Use. Mr. Ky la the haast ef the am a
Daniel B. Sly Co., Inv
trokera ef Ma. W leal a ay.
The Mya spam the ssaiaaas at Ja
lantle HKMaataw Siaaaaa at waa Ulaaatsl
that the ihaaaye of eHaaata would hetsa.
flt Was Path.
hers of the
two wastes ago I
of Mrs. aqairaa.
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Mra Hqulree then aotlfted Mr. Map.
went at oaee to Atlantic Wghiaade i
tabs charge of the search far k
RAT BITES BABY IN CRIB.
Pew Ml art so Lasaajer Woalg
Coast Life, Daolor Dooaaroa.
enable to ajalet her avan-montha-eM
baby, Ooorve, who waa aciaaaabag M
hie beekte her had early to-day. Mrs.
Oeorge Bohland of Ma oTl Do Kelb ave
nue, Brooklyn, roa and turned up tho
light. She found a big gray rat gnaw
ing at the lnfant'a left wrist
Hohland, attar beating the rat off with
a shoe, ran out to Patrolman Parretl
of the Vernon avenue station, who ease
monad an ambulance. Dr. Feels of M.
John's Hoetptal found the ehtld'e wrist
had been torn for a width of two Inches
and to a depth that nearly reached the
artery. He eaid that had the real
undisturbed for a few minutes
the baby would have died.
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