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I xi E EVliiUDQ WOKLU, T U MBDA I, OCTOBER 10, Ml.
ROOSEVELT JOKES WITH DOCTORS IN CHICAGO HOSPITAL
It ha been dwldrd ilia! the Colonel mill not go on the road again, but Vffl
return to his home. Hp Ik normal In everything. He n.,s be Is feeling
fine, but complain of a little pain In the wide. If an operation Ih necessary,
Dr. Ssyler nays It can be performed with only a local application of cocaine."
A large crowd gathered In front of Merry Hospital euijer for news of
the Colonel's condition. In spite of Its site the throng was quirt and noth
ing but subdued murmur canto from It ar messengers hurried barl and
forth. The doctors refuted to answer any cytcrtlous eirept through the
COLONEL OPENED MOST OF TELEGRAMS.
Telegram began pouring Into the Institution almost as soon as the
colonel a brought there and many of them were read by the patient him
self The telephone a ringing c onstantly. Newspaper and nen s associa
tion office throughout the city weru obliged lo open Ifgglgl tth phone lines
to gnawer the flood of queries that were made as to the state of the put tout.
The special car. the Mayflower, in which the Colonel has been travel
ling and the Sunbeam, the correspondents' car which has been run with
Ool. Rooseeeit's car, were released by the Colonel's manager this morning.
The first person whom the Colonel asked to sec after he had his break
fast was the Very Hev. Kdward J. Vattman. a former army chaplain, who
retired with the rank of major. He and the Colonel are old friends and this
morning they eti)oed a chat of twenty-fly- minutes.
Ool. Roosevelt insisted upon eating his breakfast soon after he reached
the hospital. When asked what he would have he aald he would take his
regular morning meal of baron and eggs, toast and tea He ate heartily
and joked throughout the msal. His chief aouree of worry was his Inabil
ity to carry out his campaign engagements. Cider his direction -t muni
mil in was o-ri.J nth hln rampalgu managuru about an i'MUNH in alad
isoa Square ;-de.v Sew York, on O.-t. Mi and the Colonel tiajd UafJLlf ho
was able to walk on that date he would make the gjgai h erheuiiled.
. Much om tor' Is taken by Col. Roosevelt's party over the snnounrstnrftrt'
hj Or. Murphy that the wound la not dangerous In Itself. The only danger
Km la b'ood poisoning, and every precaution known to modern sclorce
has been taken to forestall that.
I addltlor. to IU-Murpbr thara ara
Terry, bis personal 'physician; fir Ochaner, Dr. Arthur H lb-van. Dr. tli-orgo
Jlochrcln. an X-ray serlallat; Dr. I'hlllp Krueaher, Dr. W. P. MeCauley. Dr.
.iohn P. Guiuru and Dr. 8alor, who too, charge of tin X-ray examinations.
DIDN'T TAKE DANGEHOVSOVRSE.
The X-ray plates showed I'm course of the bullet not to have taken a
dangerous direction in, it-- the last series of platen should show It to hnve
aare the- ;Jracc-.?M T-ke- -e"ea? a-se hu-W?4-a; pearr to lx ijwsi
sand toward the breastbone
Col. Roosevelt slept for two hours after his arrival In Chicago from
Milwaukee before he was awakened ami conducted to Merry Hotpliul
Meanwhile bis train, which consisted of two private roaches and two blS"
rage cars, was being silently viewed by a crowd that hud gathered iu the
A white automobile backed up to within two feet or the private car
Kayflower ' when all was ready to remove the Colonel. The rear door of
tka coach was opened by Dr. Murphy and Col. Roosevelt stepped out with
steady stride. He was supported slightly by the physician
Aa Col. Roosevelt was descending the ateps of the car several flashlight
an olographs were taken.
"Ooah!" Shot again " he exclaimed with a smile
Aa he walked to the automobile ha saluted newspaper men and police'
earn with a cheery "Good morning!"
AfUl being assisted Into the ambulance Col. Roosevelt slowly reclined
oa the stretcher. His cousin took a seat beside him. The drive to Mercy
' Hospital, two miles distant, was accomplished la eleven minute.
, Ool. Roosevelt alighted unassisted and walked slowly to an invalid chair
.He waved aalutea to a group of r. porters but did not talk. As soon aa pos
sible eter Col. Roosevelt was in the suite of rooms that had been prepared
for him Dr. Hochreln began taking an
the body where the bullet had entered.
The photograph waa completed shortly before 8 o'clock. Col. Roose
velt waa Inclined to converse while the photograph was being taken. He
also put In part of the time In reading, chiefly from magazines.
Col. Roosevelt took the liveliest Interest In the X-ray process. There
was qnlte a crowd in the room, aa the entire hospital staff waa on hand iu
addition to the specialists In charge. As soon aa the photographs were
c ompleted and Col. Roosevelt had been given an idea of what the ruys
sad revealed he directed that the following telegram be sent to his wife:
"Present examination ehowa no further danger besides that of which
yau were Informed from Milwaukee. Respiration good, pulae normal. Ilullet
in safe place. No blood exuvtorated."
ROOSEVELT WEAK. DL'E TO REACTION.
Dr. Terrell. Col Roosevelt's personal physician, gave uut a auteuieut
soon after the Colonel had nad his preliminary examination iu Mere Hos
ttsl. . . ..
"Thl C.ll. (, nlllU. U ..b " I .1.1 ...I... . .....
vous strum he has MSB under I'nless
roiiamsati saw ian ifcaajsgjrrari ttrrt li Mt'lt rfceaaje it, wis ,--
. union... ,
Anions main telegrams received
me train ,eii Milwaukee er.- par 10:11
laaaigats for irejnres djsnt on the
usio. ami one 1X0 Bl Hurt Viler, a.
miLSfry Ju.tmauii. 1'jfajisii.r a
"TOLKDO, O. -We all rto:.e at
la llh you tlwa a He wc to-Dighi.
Presrden t W ires S y mpathy
to Col, and Mrs. Roosevelt
President Tft IhlS af tSfnOOS sent hs following ineasBB'-i-"Oeloa.l
Th.odor. Soos.v.lt, Ohicagei
P geUy suook.4 to hear of th outrag.oos aa a.plorabl. asssiut
saade mpon row. And I Mra.aUy hop. ana pray that yonx r.cov.ry may
be spaady aaa without saSarlnf. willum h. TarT."
"Mtm. ThseSoi. ateos.vtlt, Oystar Bay, ST. T.i '
"I sateaa to PS my U.artf.lt sympathy la your pr.s.nt dt.u.s. X
easaeatly hep. aaa pray that yoa aaa your family aa th. Oolca.l may b.
preasfUjr raUevM of sasp.aa. by a.wa Uat aU daag.r is ,.,
"William si. ran."
ROOSEVELT SIP PORTER.
CLEVELAND. on. l.y - CsaMeg
Brown, a Roosevelt supporter, was Shol
Ig the hip lata last night l.y n fanutlc
who was apparently celebrating ihe
hootins of Col. li ' ..-.!.
Brown bad purchased a paper from a
newsboy who cried out the n ' af the
stiootlng when a man standing u few
'eet distant drew a revolver, and shout,
lug 'Murrali." Ared two siots. one of
which otruek Hi own. Brown coll ISSt U
and the shooter aecapeJ.
PONT Or HIS' lllHh.
H. in SSSMSI
A III l
Pun - ,
Id - .i. 0
a nobs a r seae sgagaeise Vest gas-
i t fait to get It. Oruet nasi
Wcrfd Is a1vc-s.
- tn attendance or Ct, RnoaeveltJU.L
X-ray photograph of the portion of j
compilations ensue the outlook is
b) Col Roosevelt'l managers before
.lo- iiirani JonneOD of
( H 1 1 tllt'tl 1.1 .
now . ampuign iik in
neoli.iv ol Pit
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four PI rMsktlal .sup.- Max
KttVAM MT. lOHNfaOV
BROKER DIES IN DEPOT.
Overcome In HoUsou Tunnel, gpja
Pll . I rlore Id Arrives.
I.ann II. t'ormlir, Hftv years old, a
broker, Svlng a' No. dgj Devon street
AjUSgtoa, N. J , .il. . I suddenly In:
night on hs platform of lbs El slut. on
In Jersey City.
Mr. CSJIUlsr had crossed frc.m Man
hattan in the tinine! an. i ,.v,t ,
in Ine .r Helped to
die. I hefori- an ambulunea
'KHil.i reach him. 1'apers
suggested nil Identll) h
established by tile pnllee Ml
l thought to have In-, it . '
hie le.Ji s Is 4., ...
in In. utile
y-a. th. . .. S) Tnkg
Tie garage keeper's uttl.
' "v'r ,,,rt bdwpened I its a
"lx)U. papa' " ' em
log s I II
whit a16ng wTiesi tiase'inat
Cart Sc. Por Box ; You Sara $1 .95 in
I L-..i.. bull, get Civm a- l...sjt In ... V
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TAFT DEEPLY AFFECTED
TO-DAY ON LEARNING REAL
CONDITION OF ROOSEVELT
Dwells With Emotion of Experiences
Showing the Ex-President's Won
derful Physical Strength.
("resident Tafi, deeply moved by the attempted assassination of
Theodore Roosevelt, snatched eagerly at every wisp of news from
Chicago as lie :it on the deck of the Mayflower to-day.
With the news of the shooting, an odd, unmistakable reaction,
bridging years of turmoil, came over Mr. Taft and he dropped the
identity of the Chief Executive to become once more the Secretary of
war who relerred affectionately to
the days before the hat was in the
KeJcliiii had not Ivcn conceived.
An Kvrnlns World reporter who was
orrlel to the Miivll.mer mi lio.ird a
laum.-li whir U.ul iininnu Its other
pnneer Charles Taft, the Presl'
tent's hrothsr. and his wife, found Mr.
Tuft Heated In the etcrn of ihe Prssk
dsntlal yaoht iiin faos was haggard
unci nil lips pore not a trace of tlio
Taft hmll,. thai one. was hln nation-
wide political trade-mark. Rll eves
held look of nic k eagerness when' 1 sincerely hope for the Colonel's
the RveSlng World man told blm bo early recovery. He has a strong- con
eas a reporter, stltullon and always keens Jn aplsndPI
"Wiut have von heard?" Mi Tuft Physical condlrJoa, in- ought to get
demanded ,nn iy. "What ' lhew,'l ' ip.div
latest' iii aa if i ol Roosevelt?" A good tf n.. morlSt St uis ds
"M'i" TsTT TWsKeT ,T!Sirrii, j,'e,'tfn-tfa.rllia-i-iiii tn.miw-,i a rvrsrr
was I Old Ol Ihe Colonel's arrival In
Reseat I'.i:.. call aaa 4Ub w- a.
. isi.m of th John B Uurpbt that -n
eperstlos ntusl be performed, tie
passed bis band etsr his forehead as
u dased and salted a stsment before
he resit .i slow i i "
i 1 . i i :. i neWs ydti
urlun to in. -sail necva Indeed. I un-
H' SaePi gW . awwsBBst--. .1TW". I
Li- Eipr '.' Sssjuwi BH
u'vBjSjBlSjBWr SwSasw aSS
eUBJBBjaSJ gSSSBS- Sf ggk
At Buffalo After
J , Vl- ViWir
the (Lionel as "Mv President" in
ring and a second intd? nt Arms.
swim on the bitterest w inter la j. fac
detStOOd ISSl n:gM that the Colonel's lnt "fdcal with the g ee of the boy
wound was Only a sllfht one. and 1 hd "'"""s "" l0 to steal Into Uie oil
-very hope that the now dr.p .fhes B'T' , eount most In the
would be of an even mom cheering tons " I lrrt,f of this Bd new,, you bring hl
T.i.- President looked off over the rail i wonderful endurance, his maicnincent
of the yacht a moment. A ferry-boat virility. He will get well, I devoutly
Whistle tooted, and the enxine room bell, I hope,"
i';.mg:ng, wis ln-ard clearly across the
water. 1 1,, w.ik ...lent for a few m.
Stents and then said slowly
President and i
. ttsoxtfT ,,,p- '"J -saUucy
.. related Incidents ll)ustrSJ
Colonel's prowess. Pride sad
were mingled In his voice aa I
He was not Ihe "cornered i
I he spok
i rat, ' lighting fBf iift,"OUt the hiau w
inad been me Cohaflal's Crony n to
in .--It. ill M.stfe era.
of CoL Roosevelt
. - 1
- HUll"r,t M.T.
LATEST ROOSEVELT BULLETIN
I .it lo.so a. M.
(11.30 New Yorit
'Col. Roosevelt's hurt is a deep bullet wound ot the chest
wall without striking any vital organ in transit. The wound
was not probed.
"The point of entrance was to the right of and one inch be
low the level of the right nipple.
The range ol the bullet was upward and inward, a distance
of four inches on the chest wall.
There was no evidence of the bullet penetrating the lung.
Pulse 90. temperature 99.2. respiration 20, leucocyte
count .82 at 10 A. M. No operation to remove the bullet is indi
cated at present time. Conditon hopeful, but wound so impor
tant as to demand absolute rest for a number of days.
"He could outride, outendurs and 011
walk uny of us." he said. "He used to
"II., .ilinnld neve- have nlUfl Ifl that
Mllivutikee audience,' he aald. "The
trial was too great for a man who had
the hiillt of a would-ht- assassin in his
"He probably didn't know he was ,a
badly burl." snl.l the President. Any
way, if he did. he has chilled steel
nerves, and absolutely no fear."
Would you' care to cobiment es th
I i nr.
r.' rt,( , are
"Beyond espresalng my
otrc'iVlTiiilioil Vf :' h'' Oeeu. 1
out of pISCS in our civilisation.'
AN OCCASION FOR SOLEMN PF
Letel iue IV. -ije .: da Si 1 I state
ment m s .i.c.i hs said i
UUrmh ''- ' '--a-- a., -lit ,:'-Vi
of Mayor Oayaaf. ami the nsnasHlnatloii
f ItlM. Mil oo. Insr i,le I're.i.le.if ,
in, shbl. must ,a'..e run
rcilectlon by all Adnericans jpn r-ondi-
tlopi which make y. js.sslhle that SUCtl
.bisui.llc de.Kts ma. . ar .:i a eoa .
l. r-a.7ai'd:..w e-ifs- rtMSMS sasg w
plete advant.ises of .ivll liberty
' It Is, of rOUree, dUBOUlt entirely to
avoid the malignant p irT.ise of the cun
ningly Insane. The severe enforcement
of the law asainst carrying sonesslst'
weapons and the more rigorous and
certain prosecution of ull sucih attempted
crimes, whether against prominent or
less DOnspiCUOul pcrenns, are of course
helpful, nut the condemnation by all
good liltlisni of such acts and their
co-operution In preventlna' the spread of
vlcloua doc" 'ties which would SgOUSS
or palliate such attempts to remedy
fancied wrongs by resort to violence will
be more effective."
WIRES OF CONDOLENCE
OFFICE OF PARTY.
ORICiaQOi 1 Nat 15. "Hundr. ds of tele
grams poure,l Into the National Pro
gressive, headuuuriers hero to-day, In
ciulrlriK Ool. Itoosevelt's condition and
is tending sympathy and congratulations
on his es-ape from serious Injury.
Count Apponyi, the Hungarian I sad sr.
hava .l awn la tn arbeis erld
li.s stuff ibSf are made of.
nes ol. Che Mas Hit Is
s- nierl.-au at 1. c Sited
llrtak Iu the mertraii
gteei o e Anwrkae Do
eras a, -
15, 1901, !
n ni.v k.
MM! t il
i Tie. loiuw'm enkiu slatentri was lud
time) In ihe surgeons attending" Col
"DR. JOHN B. MURPHY.
"DR. ARTHUR B. BEVAN.
"DR. SCURRY L TERRELL.
"DR. R. J. SAYLER."
cabled col Roosevelt from Budapest,
Hungary! "Warmest sympathy,"
Baron Hengolmueller, former Austrian
Ambassador to the United si iimm mMi
from Hudupest: "Warmest vmnilh.
and best wishes
Hen. Leonard Wood sent the followina
message! "Bympathy and coagratulss
The following was received from
Walter lv. Klsher, .Secretary of the In
terior: "I sincerely trust that the
news report of your fortunate cscu,.ii
from serious Injury and of the mental
Ii responsibility of lour assailant, arc
A mesanse (ram Jamca It. ciarlWd
former Secretary of the Interior, read
:i follows: "Congratulations upon
pe i r.i nun me
f v awe, 4ai..iai uim :
Anions: others who sent messsgSS of
I aympathy to the Colonel were Prank
; :r ttsjSsveyj N. -V..rt. -;ae , Bathycw,
! WmiS BaUs si- Dak.: Sal1 UoWi Xw
lulK, and Jallles .1. I'oibett
(Wall -street Hnrrlr.1 ,
The attempted assnsslnn: Ion of I ol
ItiHiseseli was In l.o aSH u scooK
market fuctor, although tVall Strast
fRTj.'.rr.-' .erl -eh -WT'tri-T IwSsi seeisfseelaa'fs
in Ihe deepsti ibes tetllni r( bis con.il
pffe'Bs Interert in he BS)UstrtM from
j Chleago as tbey appeared on the news
tickers and on numerous private wires
! eoborcUnated all oth-i eve nts. I'oe
n'lr.sec war eujans at ine open
nig. in marked contrast to
TURKEY TO RECALL ENVOYS
TO THE BALKAN STATES.
Action til Ottoman Government
Means War With Greece, I3t.il
gari and Servia.
c'ONSTANTINOI'I.K, Oct. I,".. The
Ottumun cjovernment gsoldsd to-day to
recall the Turkish Ministers from
Athens. goflS and MeLgraUe. This uc
tlon means war with QrOSCf , llulguila
another 84-page Hagaslne West Son
day. Don't fall to get It. Order neat
Sunday's World la advance See your
newsdealer to-morrow morning.
Special lor Tuesday, Ihe 15th
rfgxiT -k;am 1 ftp
m ,.ol Nl, Bx iwc
( 111 VII II ,iRK!JIBI.: tVAI.- Q
" I TSl Mr. alue elsewhere.
TrrTrrT,i lmmSmmSi street stores .M'en eierv esenlag unlll It o'rlack
''"u our st "Pe" alurda. e.ealna .mill II eVIofh.
Milk Chocolate Covered
Fresh Grapes .
l.trao trtM. rl h 'n -hlr natura.
wi.h a hlankrt or our
i ssMllUsI MliK nti- ulat
rui sit no
. ROOSEVELT LEAVES
WITH SON AND DAUGHTER
TO JOIN COLONEL IN CHICAGO
Decides to Go West With Children
on Hearing That the Colonel Will
Be Laid Up Ten Days.
Mrs Thetxlorr Kooaovelt, arcomimnlfcl by her diuiRhter, Miss Kthel, and
her son, Tlieodoro Jr., left at 4 o'clock this afternoon for Chicago on the
Twentieth Century Limited over the New York Central lines.
Mr. Roosevelt nindo her decision to hurry to the side of her husband
after she bgd in . .i ll oer the .clepiione dire , from the ("..! .igo headquar
ters of tile Progressive party Dr. John B. Murphy's deetabrrr thi tb Cbk,nel
-oul-t not be out of the hospital for at leaat ten days. She immediately
ordered Krfcfs'i om, iveen-atrOTirf for hefwelf and her --diCdre n4--tr fared
to leave the h')me of ). West Rciosvelt, Col. rloosev'cit's colislti, 8T' Ifb, IP
Kast T!iir,y-flrsT"street, wBe'reeTiaxi'siientTlie night afTerTearTn'? of" thr
attemptecl Rssasslntlon of the Colonel hlb' she van at the Casino Theatre
WUh her daughter Ethel Mrs. Roosevelt took a room In the lUtel Man
lilttan unci received bulletins direct from Ceorge . PsrkfM'S Office at th"
Hull Moose headqtiiirtei-s until it was time for her to leave for the train.
Dr. Alexander itnirrt. fr nv J fltagrfcea win u. .ur If In attf ajres the
-niK th. iiinu'cvcit ramny nnysieian.
i IE on rhf
i ITWsnlletn Century to Chicago. Tfc win
lie sailed in consul tail en in Uv Colonel' I
sase unon til arrival.
Mr... ReeaavSK "'n: t.i Natlenol
Progressive HsadQaarten at the Hotel
i m att.ni with bar sasghter tain int:i
Ing to receive bulletins auut the
I ileneTo cofldltloa.
"i am Intxpreeelbfy shoeksd ty thr
attack cm Col. Roosevelt," she M,
j h ..lie was leaving tu rooms of ibo
patty workers, "Uut ut the cuni"
time I ni greatly pleased that what
Mr. I'erklns reports Is so favorable."
Mr. Perkins caused to b published
in bulletin form the results Of a tele
phone conversation be had with O. K.
Davis in Chicago, The bulletin said:
"Col, Roosevelt has Just come down
from the operating room, where a sec
ond series of X-ray pictures have been
made. The plates are now bt-Init de
veloped an.1 as soon as they are de
Veloped Dr. Murphy and lr. Ilevan will
have a consultation with the other doc
tors at which they expect to be ahle to
reach a conclusion as to what can be
"There Is no question that Col. Roose
velt la not dangerously hurt. He will
probably PS unable to move for two or
three days. He Is now In lied resting
comfortably nnd feeling good. He com
plains that his sldn Is sore. No SB
favorable signs have developed."
Theodore Roosevelt Jr. was an early
caller at tile RoOSSVOlt headquarters,
which Is linked with similar head-
quarters In Chicago by a special Isaaed
telephone wire. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
HohuiHon were also at the headquar
ters. wii.iam h. Hotchkiss. state Chairman
of the National Progressive party In
Mew Vork. sent orders to every club of
the third party In the State's boundi
:o-.lay that every political meeting
should be opened with prayer for Cot.
Roosevelt's reoovery until further no
tice was received
ii.. .. .. . .
ne-t.nu f the Braver the chairman f
I the meeting Should read that portion
I Of Col. ROOSevelt'S ''ar-ieie Hall !
fti'"jR' ills, 1 wh rwiw "is, m
"The leadei for the time uaintf. IO
aver he 'in'j., h.-. s but mi iii" i i.enr.
(a be used in'il oroken and tTt.-.
i ml it he :s
i he I I
It be Is
, ..r.l.f I
-..'.. bs will aara.s'i mass wice
irohsn than a soldier cures whi
sen w lore lis life te forfeit I
that ihe rioter m. the wou. In
Iamui -Ik ii i .r staihteousnsaa h wateh
-.- to jo i ,.
spe'il. It is or little insaier wnotner any
one mull falls or succeeds, but the
. aase. shall m l fall. fe II Is MM ' IPS
"We. . tpere. Ig Ame ilea, hold in our
hands th' fcspo of 'he v-orbl. 'ho 'ate
s . vf.. s-sea'4uj geajfa! sad Bjtajeie -cn.l
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"If on tit's ROW i-ontlnent We mere' f
ihiim another oountry of greet h
Unjustly divided niatitlal prnvperltv.
wc rtiii i have dona nothing; nid i
Shall '1" i little If merely et the
greed of envy agaluet tlie greed if ai
rianc', ii Hi thtreby destroy thw ma
tcrtnl well In line of .ill of us.'
A messaa-B from Col it veil came
I to tills Pity lat" last nls'it. It a:s a'l-
I dresK-,1 ti xir. Theodore Roosevelt jr.
i and it sal i
I "1 anv nnw In the l.nsplt il. T'le bu'-
I lei did not bit anything vital. I tblnk
! they w iil And It Somewhere tround. 1
I egPOCl to go rlnht on with mv trip "
PIMPLES CAME ON
HANDS AND FACE
Very Red and Came Into Very Largo
Heads. Face Itched. Unsightly.
Used Cut icu ra Soap and Ointment.
Now Face and Hands Are Just As
If Never Had Pimples.
1634 Anna St . Klliaheth. N. J "t
noticed some pimples on niy bands and face
They oaoae out scattered. They were very
red and came Into very large heads. The
mada my fa.-e Itch. I began to scratdi
them and they got worse and worse. Tbey
were unsightly. 1 asked the people around
If tbey knew of anything that would cure
them They told me It wee enema and to
see the doctor, hut 1 did not want to. I
saw the Cutlcura Soap and Cullrtira Oint
ment advertised so I sent for tree sample,
and they helped me. When they were gont
I boaght some more and I used them for
; three weeks and my face and bands got
better. Now my faos and bands are Just
lee If 1 nerar had pimple " -igued) MlaJ
i Anna MartlneH, Dee. 101 h
A generation of mothers lias found no seal
to wall sulu-d for cleansing and purifying th j
Lh - !-44oJ sjmI rhiutera ar
, Dutlrua Hoap. Its alMolute punty and m
freshlusr fragrance alone era enough lo
I rerWiniead ' it anove ordioary skto soapf.'
but there It Sttaec" 'o tWMc anal HISS d -I teats
yet effertlre euiolliont propartlea. derived
from Culkura ''r.uitnt. sht.b naeler U
BSSUgiHe la irrom!ng de-ji .ti
, rusu osHiruc enipciooa ane nromoung a aor
l ! naal condition of Mn and hair health
um-ura r.oai ami uiirora .miBweii are
sold everywheare. Uberal awn pie of each
mailed free, wltb JJ-r hoeh oa the aUn
and scalii Addran post card ''OatSPsMi
Dept T. Boston ''
SarTender-fu-etl men should use OJtleura
doap nhacfng MMt. Ids flampU 'ree.
CAaVlsl M m pstaalivglji nu..l. Kffii-iont latath
f'r Cava of CrtTrffwttfta. faui Trim .n., it-, n,.
kp, itMap, . . druf raitntara, 10'. & -V m (run,
I .(it i rs.iis.iMi 1 u..Hoa 412. -I'JD Uth V.. .
( ARKV. dm Oi l 11, hi 3 MaaiMn at.,
John J. CAR8Y
KollCfl ut funna hr.tfir
HELP WANTED MALE.
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...ii chtetoea, s. asajuken ..r lana eoestij
h. mar Nsw Vorfcl Dim aaaula V.m .1 '.
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fsWMfu is IHss f.,, iaj.1 ., .ii,i,. u m.i.ta i.
I Ntstaai aurlai MSBBei SajaiM uaatul avn
.sad sea.r.1 uttlMr. apph ii) letter Mattel
I uiisl'ti'-sli uis. (utrlassa .ii.l ,nisd
'1. 1... V. lJ.Jps llttj See York, UUK lava,
wiu iivbi ithnacn tbvM irvl.