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THI 1V1HINO WORLD, THURSDAY,
An American Wife Answers
Prof. Berginsky's Charges
Against American Mothers 1
" Think a Child Need
a Whipping Now and
Then," Says Mrs. Kath
leen Norris "When Hie
Mother Spanks Him He
Remembers It and Re
"Mothers Should Go Out
With Their Children
and Answer Their
Questions The Wise
Mother Exacts Imme
diate Obedience," She
Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
r . A4oiph Bsrgiaaky of the
tJnlv.relty of at.rtia.
2. American, mothers vre too U
galg.at. lIuf Bomber of t tSSS
oWUrn mo Blokly aad 111 41s
olpUmod. a ba United WtMoo OoTornmoat
koala etablla aeothornooa
S N I
erttabl rejoinder. Ana aometimee
they'll take poor llttlo youngater and
laugh at l and taaaa It until In nervee
aro all anatrung.
MOTHER SHOULD 00 OUT
WITH THEIR CHILDREN.
"What ara tha mother doing? Why
ar th'-y missing their bablesT Onoo In
a wnile. ao rarfly, a mother will go out
Ith har children Aftar aha haa done
once I don't aao how aha can boar
"Tha mother ahould not merely antar
into her child's Ufa, going out with him
In babyhood, and halplng htm dispense
hospitality aa ha growa older. There
i la no reason why aha ahould not taka
I her ehlld Into her life. My young eon
I Til., t n mv f.1,,1. a,lH . r, .1 nlivi nfllK
spools on (ha floor and haa a beautiful
MM, Why ih niMn'i every women's
club have a room for tha children of
'The trouble le that the mother doean't
twgtn her work early enough," con
cluded Mrs. Norrla. "She doeaa't gain
her chtldren'e confidence In the begin
ning, and therefore ehe doean't hold It
later on. When the aon gnea wrong In
huelneea or the daughter In love, out
siders My, 'And yet their mother waa
uch a good woman!' Maybe ahe waa,
but ahe failed somehow!"
nothing of the Morgan contrtnatlon, of
Archbold'e gjft, or of the o her dona
tlone from similar eourcea. Believe If
you ran that ho wae Ignorant of the
eourcea of the vaat volume of money
which he aaw flowing unceasingly In
the campaign for hli election. Waan t
It tainted monerT"
BALLOONISTS SAIL TO TRY
FOR CUP GERMANS WON.
To-merrow la the tint gay of
Ilea. If you do not realater yea cannot
veto. sVrsrlstrallm booth will oaea a T
A. M. aad rloee et in r. M.
2. We moat return to the Ideal of
On children are what we make
them and the rssnit could
treqneatly be Improved upon.
. OerteJnty we ehoald have text
books and coors.e and aehoola
for the training of mothera.
In any talk with Mra Norrla, whoaa
taiea of mother-love .and mother-wla-dara
her delighted thouaanda, I found
aa able advocate to conclude the caee
of American motherhood agalnat lta
lotsst erttlc. Mra. Norrla, haraelf one
of alx children, haa a two-year-old aon,
and franily hopea that he will aome
day be able to count at leaat nine lit
tle brother and aider.
"You're getting me atarted on my
daareet hobby," ahe laughed, "when
. yon aak me to talk about mother and
children. There'e nothing which In
ternet me eo much, and I certainly
agree with that Uerman professor as
to the absolute necessity of mother
hood aehoola for modern young wlvoa.
I don't believe anything lee will
arouae them to the importance of what
akould be their greateat duty and their
"I have aen ao many
Imply tyrannised over by
mall children. These women dom
inated their aervanta, their clube,
erea their hnabaade. But they
war patient slaves to their 'unblee.
alow, a properly brought up baby
ahould be hardly more trouble than
a kitten, and a aonroe of unalloyed
I can aaally imagine that Mra. Norm
hersetf combines that judicious mixture
of firmness and fondness which la tno
hallmark of the gllSCSSSflll mother. Her
.ulcsUy-amlUng BsOUlb and Arm chin so
adniiralbdy qual.fy seVOh other.
8TAND3 UP FOR OLD-FASHIONED
MOTH E 3.
We may say What wo will rtbout the
atom, severe, ol '-fashioned mother."
ah oontlnued. "But If this woman did
not spare the rod, neither d'.d she saoll
tha ohiid. Her BbilAren developed Into
tha men and women In tvlioin our coun
try must take the greatest pride.
"I can't say that I would go quite as
far as my graujmothu- did. She ones
told my father that If he atole any
thing out of the pantry she would
thrash him. He did take some pre
serves that had begun to spoil, an 1 he
waa exceedingly Ul lor three weelis. In
fact, hie recov-jiy wm uncertain.. But
the day he VM able to get up my
grandmother koi nor promlae and gu-. j
him bis tor Agoing,''
th, but really 1" I protested.
"I aatd I woul In't jto to that extent,"
admitted the mbi ! 'uhter of ltl
strenuous grandmother "Just t; e
soma. I think a chili Ot'Sdg a Whipping
now and then. If he t itches the atovo
tha stove burns big APfsr. It ilOesVl
argue with him or axp.gta to him tag
ohamlca of commsti hi; It Just burns.
And he remembers U I doesn't touch It
again. Like I , when his BaOlaaf
spaaka him for disobedience he rerr.om-
ber that, and he has a real reepect for
her. Just aa he has for the atove.
"You can argue and reaaon with a
chtld all day and ho will always find
an anawer. Who la It eay that an In
dolent child on a calm aummer morning
oan devlae enough arguments to oiake
over the unlverao? It' perfectly U'tie.
I bav heard moDhrt who belhr in the
method of roaaonaole explanation, and
I have heard the wearisome aerlea of
cMldleh rejolndera 'Whyl' "I don't
wanter!' 'Lommi do It to-mrrow"
and eo on. Tho wise mother glvjs one
command and exacts immediate obe-!
"Another this; of Whloh rm
convinced 1 that the oalldrea la
the poor family hare the bent
chance. Almost all the biggest
and finest msn aad woman, I
know grew np In struggling, hard
working households. livery In
stinct aad -1 acuity of the mother
In such a family Is drawn oat aad
brought Into play. And tha chil
dren, la close oontevot with each a
widely developed aad stimulating
peraonaUty, are bound to profit."
"You believe, then. In close compan
ionship between mother and childT" I
"Oh. emphatically!" -ieclarnj Mra.
Norrls. "I can't underatand why so
many women leave the personal care of
their children to otrwra. Really, they
are depriving themselves of the mo.-.t
fascinating work In the world. A
mother can make nnything arte chooses
of her child, If she on!y begins young
enough. 1 don't mi in, of course, that
alio ran BtUtg It a genius, but I do f"Cl
that she cm turn out a good, sensible,
straightforward cltlien, who aUI max
the world a bit better for living In it.
"To me one of the most pitiful phases
of city life Is the nursemaid and the
bal y In the park. The ordinary nurre
matd la lo Imooaslhlel 'Why doea, the
policeman near a uniform?' aaka the
Intelligent child. 'I donnow,' replies
Nurse. 'Where do the b'.rde go In the
winter?' 'I donniw' It's Nurse's In-
ftAOTNAW, Mich., Oct 10. The Taft
"Truth Tellers." John M. Karlsn and
J. Adam nede. In the wake of Col.
Rooaevelt. addressed meeting here end
In IXstrolt yeaterday. In denial of T. n.'e
assertion that he had been a lieutenant
of ex-Senator Lortmer, Mr. Harlan
"Irtmer's blttereet enemy has saM
that the expelled Senator had no knowl
edge of the lion.ooo fund that It was
charged waa used to purchase his elec
tion. "Mow take Roosevelt's re oan t testi
mony before the Senate Committee In
vestigating campaign funds. Believe
htm II you can wnen he say he knew
Kansas City and St. Louis Mtn
Leave for International Meet
Three hnllnon teams which are to
represent Ameflra In the International
balloon race for the Jamea Oordon Ben
nett cup at Ptiitgurt. Oermany, on o.'i.
tl, sailed on the llamtnirx-Ainerlran
line steamship Victoria tails toilay.
Their motto is 'Kverythlng to win and
H. B. Honeywell and H. F. Inng of
the Kensss Oty Aero t'luN with their
big baloon fnrle Sam safely stowed
away In the hold, and John Watts ami
Arthur Atiierlinlt of the amn cluh are
prospective entrants In the race. From
theSt. Iroul ,nillon Population Cluh, a
boostara' o:ganlxa'.ton, Capl. John Ber
ry and otto Van Hoffman are the eky
pilot delegated to make an attempt to
wrest the cup away from the Germane.
Cap. Iterry la the oldaet veteran bal
loonlat In the country.
The cup la now "held hy Hans Oerlcke.
the Oerman who flew 3,11 miles from
Kansas City last autumn, Iherehy
breaking the world's record for sus
The Folly of Women.
IPrrmi IkS ChUssu U . llr-l 1
"Women are the slaves of fashion," h
"Tea, dear." his wife replied, "I know.
W ar an awfully silly lot. By the way.
I found your last aummer's straw hat
yeaterday and it's Just as good and aa
clean aa new. Hhalt 1 get It for you?"
"What! TV) you want me to make!
myself ridiculous by wearing that thing?'
It lan't the right shape for thle season
HARMLESS WAY TO DARKEN THE HAIR
AND MAKE IT SOFT AND BEAUTIFUL
on the market
A Little Page and Sulphur
Will Make the Gray Hair
Vanish and Remove Every
Particle of Dandruff.
Who does not know the value of Sage
and Sulphur for keening the hair dark,
toft and glossy snd in good condition?
As a matter of fact, Sulphur is a nat
ural element of hair, and a deficiency
of it in Ih- hair la held by many acalp
specialists to lie connected with loaa of
color and vitality of the hair. Un
questionably, there is no better remedy
for hair and scnip troubles, especially
premature graynes, than Sage and
Sulphur, if properly prepared.
The Wyeth Chemical Company of
New York put nut an idcnl preparation
of this kind, called Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Itcmrdy. in which Sage
and Sulphur arc combiued with other
valuable remedies for keeping the hair
and acalp in clean, healthy condition.
If your hair is losing its color or con
stantly coming out, or if you are troubled
with dandruff or dry, itchy scalp, get
a fifty-cent bottle of Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur from your druggist, use it
according to the simple directions, and
see what a difference n few days' treat
ment will make in the appearance of
All druggists sell it, under guarantee
that the money will he refunded if the
remedy is nut exactly as represented.
The M-O Company. Buffdlo.N.Y.I
MKorf o"H-0. forcc.itjof Preslo.1
D0BS0NS' REMOVAL SALE
Every dollar's worth of our tiarter-niil!icn dollar stock must be sold
before we move into our new location. PrLcs greatly reduced. Articles
Body f?ru!?e!u; .'-fn.me,
imunal Quality, Cut fruro, 7Cir
i.rayd.to... IDC) (i
Wiltoa VisYttii 11.90 OCT,J
per yal i value, nt. . . . nl ttiO tt
WUton s'o'.vets. lUduced OA. ..J
from 91.93 yard to bUCytl
Wilton Velvets; glwgyg tfg J
lold nt 1 vrd ODCyU
Axminslers. Sale wlc rc J
reduced fr on 11 a yard to.. U JCJtl
Igpcstry Brussels; 10
wire Ojc yard uuality. DvCVQ
I - V
Good Quality Inlaid Linoleums at 70c sq. yd.
Best Body Brussels : teal (P ) A fl fl
value ISO. ltemoval price p4.lF.UU
Rojil Wiltons. Repul
price $87. 30. Sale pi 1 01
Royal Wiltons of finest L' A V f"A
$A7.S0 weave. Special at Jt I .JW
Axminsters, tasty, dainty
lit patterns, at
Tapestry Brussels, ttcg-
utar price t i cut to.
Mai o is of CarRata for SO Yeara.
Bet. Sth ond eth Aves.
53 to 59 West 14th St., New York
Near "L," bunwuy and Hudson Tunoela.
Bediiso lsia.a.g-i i is
Guaranteed to reduce hips and
abdomen one to five inches, ef?ect
ing the requisite fashionable lines.
Elastine Gores relieve all
train, rendering the corset excep
tionally comfortable, (-.coo
No. TM for short, stout figures, low husti eoutO
snd rnitl.te. t.l.M. No. 7JI fur mil. well-urvrlotieii
flguree;mediunibusticoiitll U.M. No. 7sv. medium
bust. Inyoried coutll, SS.SO. No. 713, low bust.
Nwi,cj luuui, e-SV
W. B. P.'UFORM COMETS provide fashionable flinire-line., grarcfunr modeled
bust snd ropeily subdued hips. Superior Quality, cut, I soj butlsie, dsintlly trinuned.
Ouarsnu;.d no! to nit, teer or breek. Price, SI as up.
lorei attractlv ene.s to ktie.r. Urv u.ti.t. .n,i
keeps snuK-Attlng waists Innocent of wilnklei. Ilelng
made and fitted over V. H, Coracls. carry the V. B.
Corsel-Styla, Korm crratlsg and perlsct Fit. Ss, TSc.
11. II SS .1 J.tbr.
WEINGARTEN BROS.. Makers, New York Ci
Are You Tortured by Had Teeth?
Mm, me mil niK-nmrart and nniu ,ou more than nni.
h Mltrr an loncrrT Come to us will fig them br
Mi-thuds and make them a lifelong ulea.ure lo ,,u.
Dr. McBride's S
Our Patent Suction Teeth
Fit, Feel and Look Perfect
Fillings io Gold,
50c, $1.00 Up
NOTE OUR LOCATIONS
M.U lOlK OF IKK:
( ornrr ni niv- uun .fltli
Writ Door la Ma- '
HltOIIKI.VV III I H K-
IMM tnilliiu Mi.rt. N.iir Hnnil.
Onuo.lt HroMalosr. Kins Jt fa.
St VV.MtK ifl irKi .Vateriraa Dental
ran nr.. turner srsss t siaraet ls,
Full Set Teeth, $5
Gold Crowns and Bridge
Work, $5 a Tooth
Style Notes by Mjdame Louise
THE QUEMN QUALITY SHOP
is in the hetsTt of the now shoppi' r
district, a fw doors west of Fifth
know rov ma fisd tt (Wiht-
ful. when yott st tired of thr dfparl
mcnt store corfust Hll, hurry, to Mr-p
into thin plcaiwit shop devoted extlu
rirtly io womf't Jntvear and br intel
ligently fitted vithcorofurialilo shoes.
BEniND QUEESWAUTY hoes stand
the largest rounfeturrs of women's
footwear in the world, with n rapacity of
17,000 pairs ech day. This record is
possible hecuuse thty offer the best in
style and quality It moderate prices -$$.50
to $5.0Ot few at 16.00.
QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP
32 West Nth Street
ur I'alult-ss fe
Well Some game, eh?
And now that we nearly
won that one, how about
a new Fall Suit or Over
coat while we're waiting
lor the next?
See the Brill Twenty
famous Suits and Over
coats at $20 with finer
fabrics, better tailoring,
more distinction and
better fit, than any other
$20 suits or overcoats in
New York yes, or even
Now you needn't gel hot hut it's i policy to
kepp Harm whether we win or lose.
A .ood tvarm Sweater will help some. Wtlme fbem.
BROADWAY, AT oih STREET.
rl' S,RZ SA;', I'bV. .rr"'"h- aTH SHEET, at SO Ave.
L.-.10N MiLAnE. Utb Street, West of Bnadwaj.
Hot Its to a.
IIOIJUAVg. IO TO 4
Nl si IHIi AMI
TRY IT WITHOUT
An D Dp Oft Unitv like this hss never before
nr. ii k:h.ii in IBS nin.ry ol fiano aelling
We ofler vi. u genuine, huna fide bargain
liur(ains tliul can't lie iluplirated. We let
yon ii it ' fit and buy uft'-rwards.
tome Id-Morrow and Get First Choice
New Player Piano
$400 Upright Grant
0! TBIAI, gise
THS WEI GOOD FOR
01 II ol "
ale.. .Mtss 10g w
Permit Its amaiisil per-maats
sia (HE iREiiir
rnrr ppa.Y in private piano ibsons wiu
If Too casnsai rill In Nam aad . T . .
Kg t atalocus and ull Partlc JaraT A4m tsad si Oacs fsr .
STORY & CLARK PIA HO CO.
I & U V. tst Mi St.. New York SX?S"
n.,i,.K, VN, iioo Broadway SUWIAilT J IbgySt.
f I I THIS 5250 OEMSBY
Young Men's and Boys'
A Special Sale
At Marked Reductions
Young Men's Suits
Of Rough Blue C'lr-riot. 8fi to 40 clit mrgsnre.
RrjruUr prioo 111.80, ftprinl. 1 2.50
Of Rough Knglih Rrown Mixed Cheviot. 3ft to
40 cheat ineanurc Regular price $16.50, Spi cinl, 13.50
Young Men's Overcoats
Of Rough Brown or Clray Mixture Coating,
ingle brcairt'd button through model. 3ft to
40 cheat meaeure Regular price llti.i TvO, Special, 120
Boys' Double Breasted Suits
Of Rough Durk Mixture Chertot-
Rcjriiliir price 9.7.", Specinl, 6.75
Of Rough Nnvjr or Brown Mixture Cheviot,
InruTDiso Kxtra KNioaiinx:KKH. 7 to 10
years Special value, 8.50
Boys' Norfolk Suits
Of Brown, Gra and Fancy Over-plaided
Exceptional Value 18.50, Special, 6.75
Of Rough Navy Cheviot, wmi Extra
KNlcKjEKBOCKEni. 7 to 16 yeam special value, 850
Of Tan, Uray and Blur-gray Mixture Diagonal
Coating!; cut long with belted back
Exceptional value 8 50, Special, 6.75
Hats and Caps
a ill " " ' ' "
For Young Men and Boys
Fine quality Fur Felt 2.00 2.75
ALPINES. JACK TARS AND TYROLEANS
Of etitchnd cloth, fancy mixture 1.65 2.50
IMPORTED VETOUR HATS
Various shape 5.95 &50
CORDl'ROV AND VELVETEEN TYROLEANS
1.90 2.00 2.50
" RAH RAH " SCHOOL HATS
Of Stitched Kelt 1.00
Plush and Corduroy e35
ENGLISH (tOLF CAPS
In Scotch Mixtures and English Chatfcl
1.00 1.50 2.00
FIFTH AV At Thirty-fifth St.
Cowperthwait $ Sons
50c a Week No Deposit
Iron c13ed, Spring, Mattress and
Willows, $ 18.50
Iron Bad with
II. 1 6 inch continuous
post, yj-inch fillers,
large chili and pretty
"Unoln" link tabic
spying, very duoablt.
Guaranteed 10 years.
Fins elastic cotton
mattraaa and two
"Daisy" pillow -mads
in our own
In single. i or (ul tigc. Hundreds ol ether styles and bedroom lurnsnjr to
Pay $2 Monthly i mart convenient. Collector sent if rf vrstsd.
Everything for Housekeeping
Furniture, Rugs, Oilcloth, Stores, Etc
Let Us Open a
Liberal C edtt or
10 Off for Oah
Juat as You Prefer
Pricti ZMsrkcd in Plain Figures on Evtry Artic'e
Cowperthwait & Sons
Up Town 2 Enormous Store -Down Town
Easily Raaoseod from Anrwhoro.