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TBI EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER T, 1913.
Physically Perfect Child
And Mother Who "Trains" Her
BEGAN AT THE AGE
OF THRtt WEEKS
Could Swim at Eight Months
and Is to Be a Physically
'roa' T7i pntr't VMM I
MINN'EAPOLTS, Oct 7. -To mak hi
two-year-old djhtr hs VWM'l per
fect woman 1 the sr 4fMMi and avoca
tion of Dr. Ilkhar,: Hrtnt, osh of
track athletlci at th Unlvarsiiy ft
Mlnnoaota. arxl at far aa he ha ona h
taaJm to have had the cirateet tucoaii.
He was a famous tra k (tar whin at
Yale and hum "maJa" it. any Minnesota
athletes. Sine ths baby wai thr-
weak old bar father haa worked w. h
hsr with the frsatrat care and teal and
him aooempllahtnenu to data are note
worthy. The ooureaa whloh have mad the
aa.be, Ifaraarst Terry Hudson !r t.
who folmothor la KUan Tarry, differ
ant from other of her at raeulted an
Every part at tier tody if parfaoUy
ha haa a normal cheat measurement
of 19 Inehae and an espandau maaaura
maot of so; Wert e.
Har btoaoa muaolaa mnaaura I rnchaa
he could walk when aha was tan
anon the o)d.
ha could awtm whaa aha waa tight
raorith old. ,
tie waUrha pounda and there la not
a ounce of superfluous tat on har little
he can wajk up three Itkahta of stair .
aati oaok without atopptM.
"Xwrtrarot takes keen deatrht tn har
daily exerciae." said Dr. Orant while
he waa putt trie: har throturh her oouraa,
'ha ka Juat berlnnlnc to talk, and the
mere aha reallsss what aba ta doinc the
more energy he uses. The aecrat of
ft all la that I narar allow har to tlr.
t watch closely to sea that ahe Is never
OMlsTued, for one fatigued I would fear
"Whan Marf aret Was bora I deter
mined to make har a perfect woman
physically. I beaten whan ahe was three
weeks oM. when I taught bar to grasp
my (Infers when I paasad them over
bar. The aerae as I hates dona with
Margaret oaa be done with any normal
baby with systematic eierclse and pro
"I have a vartoty of exsrclsas far har.
each of which haa a certain duty to par
form. She haa a wand drill which
strengthen and develops bar sheet
muscles. I make a barlsoadal bar by
holding my cans for hay. Baa haaura
to the cane forty-five seconds at
time and all be
la a abort time.
Hits can touch
without bendloeT bar ki
aha can stand up and awkag back and
forth while holding to any Osuyer. Mhm
Is getting har arms so wan daraJopad
that it la begfcaalng to on a to bold
har. Har back mu cedes are etrangth-
ened by rertUnanaT on the floor and rising
without touching bat baada sa aba floor
ta axad baraalf.
"I have suoasadad tn
ant rim bow lagged l
aba "toad tn." I wan raiiaal wban
01 a day.
at, ants ragu-
She Is going to ka parfeot phya-
i op, and that oaa
she world at
DAUGHTER aas' i oat
BIG STEEL MEN BEHIND
T.R. PARTY TRUST PLAN,
DECLARES GOV. WILSON
Tells Colorado People Corrob
orative Evidence of Fact Is
Reaching Mini Every Day.
Pt'ni.O. Col.. Oct. T. That the
ITnlted Htnt"! MMl f'nrporatlon "Is be
hind the third party programme, in re
ir.ird to regulation of the trusts" waa
the oharKe made by 00. Woodrow
Wlleon In a apeeoh here to-day. Cor
roborative evidence of that assertion,
the Governor said, was coming to lilm
"It la a very Interesting circum
stance," said Oov. Wilson, "that the
fnlted Stntes fteel corporation Is be
ll I ikI the third party programme as re
gards the relation of the trusts. Now
I don't want to say that o prejudice
any one, hecauae 1 am not here to in
"I am perfectly ready to admit that
the officers of the steel Corporation
think that Is the beat thing for the
fnlted Btates. My point Is that these
gentlemen have gro-wn up In the atmoa
I pliere of the thlnga theit they theinsclvea
: have created and whl h the law of the
I'nlted Htates has so far attempted to
I destroy. And they now want a govern
I ment which wHl perptuat what they
i nave created."
I Th Ocvemor aald he had heen naked
as he got further West to put "a punch"
will not concede to It tho enrluslvs
Oov. Wilson devoted a considerable
portion of his apnwjii 10 labor quea
tlma. Before beginning to spe.ik he
gave out for publication the following
letter, which bo raid lino! been for
warded to hltn from Democratic Na
tional Headquarter as having been
circulated by Charles D. Illllea. Re
publican National halrnifln. among
employers of labor throughout tho
"If th November election result tn
the chobe of a Democratic Congress
and a Democratic Pratldl nt. new tariff
bills will be enacted nt once. In other
word, destrurflvce Democratic tariff
measures, such as I'rcldent Tatt vetoed
at the last session, will become Inns.
"Only one thing ran prevent thla, and
that Is a prat tat vote on the part of
the American worklngmen. They must
choose between a high standard of liv
ing and that of the underpaid European
"Do your employees understand that
thla defines the exact difference be
tween the Republican and the Demo
cratic party, not only as far aa your
produce la concerned hut as pertaining
to all other products of American labor.
"If you will klndlv send us a list of
your employees who are voters, with
poM-nfrire addresses, each one will he
aaked personally to vote for Taft and
Bherman and the Republican candidate
for Congress and told the reason why.
EX-SENATOR PEFFER DIES
AFTER AMPUTATION OF LEO.
Former Populist Leader Succumbs
at His Home in Kansas Was
81 Years Old.
TOPKKA, Kan., Oct. 7. William A.
IVfffr, elected to the United State
Senate by the tlrat rmpiillrt Legllature
of Kansns. died of apoplexy at Grenola,
Kan., early to-day, aged eighty-one
ye-ir He bad "offered from shock fol
lowing the amputation of a leg. Pelfer
raj elected tc the Senate In 1S91 and
served six year
To Foil rastoms Swindlers.
Pecauae of frauda on cuitoma du to
the reuae of cancelled label, a new
form of label and cancellation tamp
has been adopted at the suggestion of
Collector Loeb. The new labels are to
be made of the thinnest onion akin
paper and will be Initialled by the
Inspector attaching them to passed
baggage with a sharp Indelible pencil.
Thla will mnke It Impossible to aoak
the label off for use a aecond time.
The watchmen at the exit of the pier
will hereafter stamp the Ubela with
their own names aa well as with the
GOT INDIGESTION? STOMACH UPSET?
RFI RUN! IIP HAS OR SOUR FOOD
UkkWI 1 1 1 1 W Wl WIIW wae
You don't want a slow remedy when your stomach Is bad r n """ata
one or a harmful one your stomach is too valuable; you mulU t injure It witfl
drsstic drug.. . , tmfimmm
eerfsln nnfsilin(r arltnn in regulating sick. sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions M
cures in indigeation. dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouble hare made It
famaua the world oyer.
In his speeches and "hit th other fol
He declared that he was not In
terested tn persona, hut laauos.
"What tllfferenoe does Mr. Taft'a reo
I ord make lo me?" aald the Uovernor.
I "Whoit difference does Mr. Roosevelt's
j career make to me? What difference
do my own attainments make In the
' fsc of the trernendoue laauea? I tell
I you I can't aord to think of Mr. Taft
and Mr. Rooasvelt In thinking of the
fortunes of the psopls of tho United
The Oovsmor atscked the platforms
of the other psrtles and digressed once
"I call It the third party because I
SAVE US FROM GUNMEN1
Jadtre' la-alfJaaual Cbargte ta Bela
bor Tarsa Oraal Jarlaa.
Two Grand Juries ware sworn tn by
Jwafl Aw son m Oanaral Sessions to
day to aerv for th October term of
court la addraaatnc tham ha referred
thus ta the kHUna; of ZaltsP
"The partloular type of criminal at
tracting jnibllo attention now are gun
men and gantatara oommlttlng the old
Crimea In naw ways. It la due to Cho
public should any of the oas coma
before you, to give them especial at
tention ta the and that pubilo confidence
may ha restored. "
an O.000 ball for examination Wednes
day by Magistrate Breen. H wont to
the Tombs In default of the bond.
Good lor Baby Better
lor You Best lor the
Tho most desirable Laxative Blood
Purifier, put the stomach !n perfect
condition and keep it that way.
At all arasi. tie. 10. -d
Far free aasaal sad 100-aes
Partola Co., ISO Seeead A ve
il. 00 a kea.
SWEATER SIGNAL FAILS.
tOm Margaret Fawoatt. nineteen
Sail sll daughter of Oeorg Fawoatt
fee aetor, now appearing In London In
"aka Orant John Oanton," waa a much
dtotraaaad young woman when aha ar
giisd on the Minna tonka of th Uantlo
Tlnnepiii I L4n to-day.
Bar father had called to her juat aa
Oa ablp nailed that his friend "Ham"
sat "Kroop" would mast bsr on thla
dM and aha waa to wear bar rod and
ajnbita blnaar to Identify herself to them
a they could take bar up to Rosemary
all. the aobool at Ureenwloh, Conn.,
which ah la to attend. The young;
woman patrolled the pier In the red
bluer until pratty nsarly everybody
had gone, and than eat out for Qreen
wloh vary near tears and without
"Ham" or "Kroop."
Broker Arreeled far LaMWeny.
Xhanuan M. Fanguson of Maplawood
N. J., a member of the bankrupt broksr
aa Arm of la B. Wilson Co. at No
It Wall street, was arrested to-day as
ha waa leaving tho Federal Building and
waa charged with the laroany of t?O0.
BUaa Tourgakl of No. IT Montgomery
street, Jersey City, th complainant,
charge Ferguson received from hltn
U.M0 for th purahass of stocks which
ware not delivered and of wheee pur
chase there I no record on the book
of th defunct firm. Ferguson was hold
fn ,000,000 Hotel far Chicago.
CHU'AOO. Oot T- Plans for a nsw
hotel to be erected In MIcMaTan ave
nue fa.mg iimin Park and whloh It
Is said will surpass any In Chicago
und rank with the finest In America
re said to lie maturing. The entire
xebeme, It Is said, haa not been
worked out yet. but the estimated coat,
according to report, will be ti.000.OUO.
Two Chicago men are the backers of
ALMANAC yon TO-DAY.
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HaMotKcra. fsai SMI Mill MaU"Uu. Aiurw.
tiuoedaaa. Hi jutthl
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Th Bnnday Wurld'a Monthly May Man
SB Faablon Massslne will be g'ven viih
aaaxt trader's World. sMkUtNie-llmltad.
usskar In adrasc, - ...
No matter lit form ynar skin affec
tion may take. I'nulam will eradicate it
more rapiilly ami more effectively tlian
anything yrt davkaad, I'oalam haa si 111 -nlificd
the treatment of akin dilMtW
Nothing Sliiti snleh CM rual it in in
tense, active healing power autl certainty
l'oalaui is iuvalunblr to you if nffrrlril
with et'sema, acne, herpes, ranh, itch,
fuimples, sraly acalp, itebtnl fret, or any
ikr disorder. The terrible itching which
cauaes alrrpleaa niglila of aggravatiun ia
alopprd at the very outset.
POSLAM SOAP, medicated with Po,
lam. ia unequalled for the akin, not only
when diaeaar ia present, but aa the aafetl I
anil moat tirnrfirial aoap for daily use, '
toilet and bath. Sonthea teuUcr akin,
All druggist sell I'oalam (price 80 1
renla) aud roslam Snap (lirice M cents).
For frrr sample, rite tu the Rntargencv
Lsboratorica, Hi West UU Mreel, NtW
York "-(. v.
Five Million Men use theCilletto.
The Blades are fine. Cat a
ho intoenuB - ho honimo
Gillette Safety Raaoa Co..
Oar Thanks to the Good People
of New York and Vicinity.
Every Record in Retail Drag Mer
chandising h Broken.
UR formal Opening Day was by
all odds the largest single day,
in point of sales, ever heard of in
the drug business here or abroad.
We are grateful, profoundly
grateful, for the confidence reposed
in us and the splendid patronage
with which our entrance into the
world's greatest city was greeted.
From time to time we expect to
set forth in these columns just what
"Liggett" service means. Those
who have experienced it pronounce
it something new, distinct and dif
ferent from the manners and
methods current heretofore in the
We, on our part, know of no
better appreciation of your support
than to strive daily to better our
service to you.
"Li&tett" is never knowingly
And every courtesy known to
modern merchandising is uniformly
extended in every transaction, no
matter how large or how small.
Thank you again.
Broadway at 34th
FOR DANDRUFF, FALLING RAIR OR
ITCHY SCALP-25 CENT "DANDER!"
Save your hair! Danderine destroys dandruff and
stops falling hair at once Grows hair, we prove it.
If you rare for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an incomparable aoftnras
and ia fluffy anil lustrous you must use
Danderine, because nothing else accom
plishes an much for the hair. ,
Juat one application of Knowlton'a
Danderine will double the beauty of
your hair, besides it immediately dis
solves every particle of dandruff; you
cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair
If you have dandruff. 1 his destructive
scurf robs the hsir of its lustre, its
strength and its very life, anil if not
overcome it produrra a feveriahnrs
and ttclnng of the acalp; the hair roots
famish, loosen and dir; then the hnir
falls out fast.
If your hair haa been neglected and
is thin, fsded, dry, acrsgy or too
oily, don't hesitate, but get a ." cent
bottle of Knowlton'a Dnmlerine at any
drug atore or toilet counter; apply a
little ss directed and ten minutes after
you will any this was the best invest
ment you ever made.
We sincerely believe, regsrdless ol
everything else advertised, that if you
drsirr soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots of it no dandruff no itching
scalp and no more falling hair you
must use Knnwlton's Dsnderine. If
eventuslly why not now? A ti cent
buttle will trill v amaze you.
gs ssaia Tnwwyws we
MAKES DISORDERED STOMACHS
PEEL PINE INPIVE MINUTES.
fttira i vntr.pcTinN. rwe.PirP9.lA
SOURNESS, OAS, HEARTBURN.
JUICE SO CENT CASE-ANY DRL'C STORE.
A SPECIAL SALE OF WOMEN'S BLOUSES
WILL BE HELD TO-MORROW (TUESDAY.
COMPRISING A LARGE NUMBER OF CHIFFON.
SILK AND LINGERIE BLOUSES. WHICH WILL
BE OFFERED AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
CHIFFON AND SILK BLOUSES AT $2.90 & 5.50
LINGERIE BLOUSES AT $ 1 .25, 1 .90 & 3.50
will continue To-morrow, Tuesday, their Extraordinary
Sale of Women's
Street and Evening Gloves
In the most desirable styles and lengths, comprising
two clasp, Paris Point embroidered, overseam sewn,
In white, black and street colors, Actual Valu ft. 35 Pair,
one and two clasp pique sewn, with three rows
of embroidery, in black, white and street colors,
Actual Value i.5u Pair
Glace Kid and French Lambskin,
twelve button length, plain and embroidered.
In white, pearl, biscuit and champagne, tt
Regularly told for 12.25 and 2 50 Pair
Glace Kid and French Lambskin.
aixteen button length In white, champagne, pearl and gray,
Regularly sold for 2.85 Pair
Suede and Glace,
twenty and twenty-four button length, In white, a gj
pearl, champagne, opera shades and black, at ..nr-C
Regularly sold for S3.50 and 4.00 Pair
West 23d and 22d Streets
No Money Down
Seamless Brussels Rugs
ALSO FOR TO-MORROW A SALE OF
WOMEN'S TRIMMED HATS
IN SEVERAL ATTRACTIVE AUTUMN STYLES.
AT THE SPECIAL PRICES OF $6.50 & 8.75
THE DEPARTMENT ON THE FIRST FLOOR.
ANNOUNCE FOR TO-MORROW, TUESDAY.
A SPECIAL SALE OF WINTER BLANKETS.
BEDSPREADS. COMFORTABLES AND PLAIN
AND HEMSTITCHED MUSLIN SHEETS AND
AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES.
rltll. ulouaij small drpo.lt. will attract th lacapcrleai ad bajr, bsl
wis anopprra win iovh .v. nvmi rwrwu idbi owi I araw prop4'tla borer.
k nrl f blah niiras and Ironrlad condition. Proof of our .ir.l.kif...Mi Jm
la born, out by the fart that we ara oaa of ta laretwt lurnltiir aad rarpat ala
trlhulrra In the counter. Thaaka to ear aorsasa purrbaalnt power. HI ass en
abled to after tod eacrntlonal values.
All Goods Marked In Plain Figures
Onl-of-Town Deliveries Hade by Our Motor Tracks
Genuine Mahogany Dresser and Chiffonier
finely finished, dull,
front, 48 in. long, with 2
large and 2 smaller
drawers, with large oval
French bevel plate mir
ror 26x32 in.; tcroll
standards; like cut;
to match . value W8, mir
ror 18x22 base; 36 inches
THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
IS DISPLAYING A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF AUTUMN
AND WINTER FABRICS IN THE LEADING COLORS AND
BLACK : ALSO A LARGE SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN
THE FOLLOWING ARE REGULAR STOCK PRICES :
ENGLISH TAILORED SUITINGS PER YARD. $1.25 TO 2.50
1.00 & 1.50
75c to 2.00
75c. to 1.50
1.25 to 2.50
1.25 to 2.00
PRUNELLAS . . .
SERGES . . .
CHEVIOTS '.' .
.full) Awtmr. 3411) uJ 35tb. btxitU, tfnc fori.
o2t . ii
? PA i 8.3x10.6,
909U Value $16
jjfjfci $9.50 $14.9
IT MAKES L1TTLB DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
A WORLD "WANT" AD. WILL GO AND GET IT.
lie aurc atnl K"t n Mpy of tkU Krrate.t of all guides to High Class frnaitsaaas
Houses in Grtatai .New York.
PRICE AT ALL WORLD OFFICES
With tliis valuable volume at band one may tiuickly and easily find a roiv
and comfortable place of residence for tbe cold Wiuter montbs
IfsllOraara Flll.d Whan So. I Inclosed to Cover Poataa ... ..
Manilas Quid., World Birt.. N.w vork city." ro,,' adorae "Fall