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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1942.
CAUSES THAT LED TO THE
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'f PARDON ME. SIR -BIFF!
werrlaaala Task! rissb'a Mask SMPj
TI e annual mask and civic ball of th -Mo
lanla Taeht Club, to which a
water -potts of the Bronx and lai
Island shores look forward with esfr
etpecganrr. will be held at Mlblo's Iter
den. One llnndred and geventleth Steal
and Third avenue, next gattlray evenlnr
rrlses will be awarded for tha fancies
and most original costumes. I'm
Conklln'a theatre orrbestrs will nrovud
J. t ,T..T.,T..T..T..T'
T tiki "1 I i
ARE ROBBING ME-BIFR
Yes, Decidedly, and a Great Deal Worse'
CARNAGE IN THE BALKANS
Moves Made in the Troubled Provinces
Eastern Europe Since the Turk First
Asserted His Sway.
(Written Specially for Ths Evening; World by an Expert.)
Balkan prohlem goes hack testing them from the Turks. It began
to the time when Mohammed wl" (nn Veare of warfare by which
raHe inlo tiie great
I Led ml chinch of
athearai crimen ni
HI. r'o'phl i iiiul (topped the massacre of
tnc t.'hrlstlan who had taken refuge
there after the rapture of Constantt
Hople by the Turka. .
. Indeed, it began Ionic before that, for
hefois? the Turka could set Constanti
nople they had made extensive con
quests In the country to the West. Now,
with the command of the great city of
the Hyaantine emperore, they
lueli conquests with magnlflcnt enir
,aga and dining. Tne world knowa how
the high tide of the Crescent awept bark
the armlea of the Cross to the gatea of
Vienna, to the Northern hilla of Spain
and throughout North Africa, while,
Moslem raiders luiided on every coa(t
of t ne Mediterranean.
But the change of flag did not chsngs
Ue people. They remained Hpanlah,
Mervian. Bulgarian whichever they
happened to be. 80 In time the Span
lard drove out the Mooors, having a
ruder but atronger eonatltu'lon. less
tapped by luxury. In Kuropean Turkey
the nativea did not for a long time drive
the Turka back, beoauae they were di
vided In counaela and were kept apart
by Jealousies. Hut the Turk never ex
terminated them or sought to colonize
hi own people In their lands. The
Turks remained a not very numeroui
. race, a race of military conquerors.
proud, haughly, generous, tolerant of
other religions In the maun, but apt ' I
nut thin nv., thdp i.iinnulli. This
wax lo be their undoing. They did not
people the land. They garrisoned It.
Until JJOS. the year of the Young Turk
rebellion, the Turkish army had never
admitted the Chrlatlan subjects of the
Kmplre to Its ranks. It included wild
Albanian' from the West of the Kuro
pcan empire; Arabs, Kurds, Armenians
who apostatised; a strange mixture of
laees and tnnguea, but no Christians
of the type who have Just now proved
themselves such wonderful warriors.
What waa the result? In spite of oc
casional massacres by wild, Asiatic
troops, and in eplte of rebellions cruelly
repressed, the Christians kept Ob breed
ing and increasing In numbers, while
the ruling race spent Ita strength in
fighting and wasted Its moral forces In
polygamy. In spite of the purchase or
capture or many women from Ch cassia
and elsewhere, the Turks have not for
years been a prellflo. race, though? they
have become a very handsome and
manly one; one of the beat bred In
THEN CAME THE AID OF WEST
By themselves, the "rayahs" or
Chrlatlan subjects of the Sultan might
never have won their freedom. But
little by little the Christian sentiment
of Western Europe, as old us the Cru
aades, was reanforeod by the classic
sentiment Imbuing the lovers of Oreek
poetry and art. In the bloody strugg'e
width freed Greece, llrst of the Balkan i
nations. Ilea Turks might have won
onoe more as they bad so often done but 1
for the aid of t lie Western nations.
This aid was not only rendered by the
Kagllali Lord Hymn, by the American
Samuel O. Howe (huaband of Julia
Ward Howe) and by others from many
lands; It was rendered later by Kngllsh ,
Meets and other signs the Turks could
not disregard. The first King of Greece.
Ig token of German aid, w as a Bavarian.
The present king is also German. lis :
nas not a drop of Grecian blood,
lioumunia waa another Bulkan Illus
ion Ihil won I., p fi pmlnm fi.lrlv t l -.
in the last century by the aid of ilussla.
Iloaeln.ns In IKii mill til 111 fc.-lt I
that rnllnoiArf I I i.i.i.i.ii mmm 4am.
; rmeu nussta sioio a sue. or ner ten- -
I,.. tiVf-.nf It 1 1 v.l ri i
Bon lu also had won a precarious free- '
aum; itnu line nuunmiiiii ana aioniene--:ro.
slwavs free because of her shelter
ing mountain. Hervla fought back the 1
Turks In lier neighborhood, ln the end
of the war of 1877 Rufsla would have
Hkn Constantinople with the aid of all
iuc-e nine ii "rir- ii i in uinei powers
bad not scared HiiHPia back- The
ti.aly of Sun Stefuno thai followed '
mule Bulgaria a senii-indcp- ndent ,
r-kMlpaJlty tributary to Turkey and
sllinil to her territories running right I
own to the Aegean Sea.
iVICKED THINGS DONE BY CON
GRES8 OF BERLIN.
Tile rest of Europe feared thai Kiimlu
!mlht net Constantinople by aid of the
atitudf or trie uuerateu little peoples.
So the ConiTMt of Berlin was called.
DlsftjOU for Knglnnd and Klsuiari k for'
lii'iniunv were the giants of the Con- '
'. crest; and they with Austria's aid did I
Lliiese wicked things:
I. Tlivy sanctioned the robbery of Rou-
lu mill by her ungrateful ally In the
.'ent fighting about lievna. Russia.
'. They cut down Bulgaria to less than
-third her proper else; about one-
llf what she la to-day.
Thev trave Austria leave to occunv.
riijOelnlK- will, 'I'm-Upv tin. HUlnit. of
snia and I lei zeaoina. wiilc'u were to
nf.tiialn Turkish in sovereignty.
BJ IBS periiuncu iiiincy iu retain ins
ajViiidJuk of Novtbazar simply to keep
i? lo.iionigro "and Hervla apart; ror no
H-.lu-r reason; and this to oblige not
turkey bill Auitrla. which was per
il, l ted to send troops there to "keep
1 1 a nop to sentiment they made Die
Turk consent to "reforms" In Mace
donia. Tliene reforma, of course nev
er carried out. are the nominal cause
k' tiie present war.
.Out of that heartless C'ongreas have
come thirty-four years of massacre and
pll'age of misgovernment and tyranny.
ejf perfidious conquest by Christiana of
Christians under guise pi Pros
liacineu llosnia and llere-
, ..,.., .r..,.
- --- ' - nr., Cru(ii o
Would rather have remained Turkish.
They could get away from the Turk.
They feared they could i.ot get away
from the Austrian's; and their fears
proved well foundod.
Of ronrae the Herlln Treaty waa not
worth I he paper II waa written on.
, r.ngiann had to threaten Turkey with
her Heel to get little Montenegro's right
to wider territories recognised. In IMS
,'" enntxeu eastern Kumella. be-
. .wrnvj oy in ner n treaty:
was part of the Oreater Bula.rla"
" ..III 1 OIlKieSS Mail l,,l,..n tin
The people, wedcomed the Bulgarians
as deliverers. The powers made no at- !
tempt to put Haste Kumella back Into I
.2 I . :'. ln ,1;llarla began building
up her magnificent army.
CAUSE OF THE BULGARIAN-SERVIAN
The Bulgarian-Servian war grew out
of ihla annexation. Hervla was jealous
and was well thrashed for It, but this
did not much alter the map. Neither
did the Turkish-Greek war. later. The
greot powers would not permit HtUs
Greece to be whittled down by the Turk,
but they did something as brutal. They
denied the right of Crete, an exclusively
tlreek island, to Join Oreece and they
actually policed her fourteen years un
der the nominal sovereignty of the Turk.
Actually. Crete has been Independent for
years, guverned by the powera through
an appointed Governor. Only the other
da she Joined Oreece after all by the
admission of her elected Congressmen
In 1908 the next hlg Balkan trouble
came when Prince Ferdinand of Bul
garia took the title, not of King of Bnl
garlu. ax It Is aometlmes printed, hut
"Ciar of the Bulgarians" Crr of tho
Bulgarians wherever they might be, In
cluding thoae of Turkey. At the same
time Austria definitely annexed Bosnia
and Herzegovina, which she had held
thirty years by the Ber'ln treaty, hut
WWah nominally still belonged to the
Turk. liuasla was too weak Just then
from the Japaneae war to Interfere,
and so the theft went unpunished. At
the same time Austria withdrew her
troops from the Handjak of Novibaaa-,
whl.li she had kept until then under
her thumb as a right-of-way for a rail
way of conquest down to Ralonlca. It is
not good for much besides that, and t.i
keep Montenegro and Hervla apart.
That waa the situation up to two
yeara ago. when there came Into pow-r
in oreece a Elan. This is Mr. Venlxelox
He began building up the army and
MavWltrt some success, as recent even's
showed. What was mor Important, he
realised that It was foolish for the
Balkan atates to fight for their neigh
bors' liberation singly. Thev must Join
hands. And they did.
Nonh of Oreece are a million Greek
living under the Turkish flag. Oreece
wished to rescue them.
South of Buigsrla were mors than a
million Bulgarians reaching solidly ti
the Aegean sea: descendants of peop'e
who had lived there for centuries, con
quered but never displaced.
South und neat of Servia lived a mill
ion Or mm. Knlun, ,,,,. T .1 i- .
misrule. w hich sometimes Include 1
massacre. The Hervlans wanted to res
KEPT THE PEOPLES FIGHTING
Only, until tills present year of our
lrd the political machinations of the
, foes of Balkan freedom-chlefly Aus
, trians who wanted to conquer right
t down to Halonlca and wished to keep
the peoples along the road weak and
: divided have always succeeded In keep.
IhK the Greeks. Hervlans and Bulgarians
lighting ea.-h other in Macedonia almost
us zealously a they fought the Turk.
I each wishing to ge, more than Its sha-e
i iu the division Isen It came. Thev I
have fougiit not only by armed hands '
or guerillas but Of establishing schools
In Which each nationality atrove ti
proselytise for Its fahh and teach tiie
children Greek or tarvlan cr Bulgarian
patriotism. Bvon Hie Roumanians uie,i
in toke a hand In the game, claiming
a tight to a slice of .Ma edonla when 't
should be siloed on th" ground of the
"wandering Yiachs." a people of Rou
manian ancestry who are presen; In
some number in the disputed grnund.
I With all these claimants, nnd th-
Turk lording It over all In a sleepy
; sort of way . hot caring how much the
! Ohrlatlans fought each othor, so long
as he was not ' disturbed, Macedonia
and ThraOO" meaning, most of Turkey
in Kurope, a space as big a New York
.State has been a pretty good Imitation
I of Hade for thirty-four years, by order
of the Christian powers in ilic Treaty of
Now It appears that t ie Greeks. Her-
vlang and Bulgarians the Montenea
, grins ar Hervlans also, perfectly pure
i blooded have agreed 10 pool their
issuea and conquer their adjoining
J territory In concert. They are do
ing It. The plan I for esch to
annex some territory of Its own race
, ami fuith lying beyond the boundaries,
and then to leave a principality of Mon
attir or Macedonia in the middle as a
buffer. Albania uiso is to be lndpend
i ent. How much territory they ge: da
: pends somewhat upon the fortunes of
war; Upon how far they can get before
, the greg; powers Batch them and begin
to make peace on the old plan.
Will the Bulgarian get Constantinople
111 addition lo the atrip they desire and
ought to have along the Aegean sea?
Perhaps they never quite dared lo hop
to get It They certainly did and d)
hope and expert to gt Hedeagatsch as
a port on the Aegean. The Greeks age.
tainly did an I do expec to get Halonlca.
whl h is Greek in population though
Turkish In color on the map. Thev
ought to Ket It They ought in get and
i keep Crete, and probably will this time.
lie one gn at danger t i
Will Austria light tha
lln'kan allien to keep HerV
ing up the Austrian claim
i from cloa
f a tight of
ivay to Hilotil-a" Hhe says she will
fight. Psrhgpi it is a bluff. There are
a good manv thousand specula tors on ;
the Bourses of Kurope. as well as many
statesmen, aho W'ould give a gootl deal
to know how far she will go.
Also. If the Bulgarians capture Con- i
stantlnople will they let themselves he j
elbowed out of It. with 900.000 of the
finest troops in Europe in arms? The-e
la another thing many people would like
Ths Bujsjrlajs have not tush a good
'Fashionable Woman Is a I
Great Deal More Ridic
ulous in Her Make-Up
Than Any Savage, for
While the Savage
Knowa No Better the
Modern Woman Does
Know, but Doesn't
Care," Writes "Mra. H.
What Woman Would
Appear in the Street in
the Low Neck, Short
Sleeves and Enormous
Full Skirts Worn by
Asks "H. H.," Who De
fends Present Day
Styles of Dress.
BY N 1X01 A GREELEY-SMITH.
sCaMsm slEissftkK iKMW
W J4kw&&SlMv '
For those evening costumes which are not strung from corsage to train
with brilliants are aown with pearls.
The other day a Fifth avenue shop wlndo revealed a dinner gown of
red chiffon, of which the pannier skirt dripped pearls from every thrend.
In anuther place a headdresa and dog rollar made of aeated gold BuddhnH,
Intrusted and Joined with parll-rolored stones, walled to catch the eye
and purse of "Barbarous Woman."
A despatch from Chicago the other
day told of a hat with a feather .' long
that it touched the hem of Hie wearer's
gown, and In cold weather could he
wound around her neck as a uoa.
Mr. Stringer's article concerned ItSI II
almost wholly with th suneiilc a! evi
dences of woman's barbarity Hsralghl
periiaps have found stronger evidence o."
essential savagery in her psychology. 1
Woman nature we know la I
aearer to child nature than man's
la, and the child la naturally
barbarous and cruel. Tot the In
stinct of pity la much more deeply
Implanted u woman'a breast than
nevertheless what conld bo
more barbarous barbarous even
If thoughtless than the recent
presentation la Brooklyn of a pollt- i
leal play by the girl students of
Adelphl College ln which a young
woman Impersonating an Anarch
ist threw a bomb at a schoolmate
who represented President Taftf
Can the young college students of
to-day Sad nothing less revolting
than aasaaslattion with which to
However, Ibis Is evidence for the
prosecution and It Is true that the de
fense ahouJd have a chance to present
Its case. Let us turn to a Irtter from a
woman who does not believe that her
sex generally deserves to be called bar
barois In its fashions or in anything
else. Hhe writes:
FREAK STYLES MADE TO
CATCH BRAINLESS WOMEN.
Dear Madum: Are prSSSnt fash. una
for woman barbarous? Tha; de
pends on the woman. No matter
what I- Ills style, some woman will
ko to tha sslrsms in drsaa. Conns
quently creators of fashion oonctlVS
freak sivlcs to ''itch their attention
ami money Hut go buok to our
grandmothers' lime- KM is rar
enough. Wliit woman to-day would
appear on tha street in ths low nock,
short SlsSYS and enormous '::il skirts
worn Mien 7 Next ciinie tha water
fails reaching almost to the waist.
Crinoline imagine their being worn
In a bridge snath II you can ilia,
made It Impossible to go thrttsgh a
door. Iu IgfQ tie "pull bur'.s," si
mosi as vuUar as tiie "h.lroltt
skirt," und in lni ihusc buttles
reaching to the bottom of ths skirt,
ami still later the unsanitary, slovsn-
right to Constantinople as to Greater
Bulgaria down to the Aegean. Their pa
pie are not in the majority about and
In I , s s la n ' i liitnle. ion anu!ieie n,.a- 1
it. Thereabout! the Turk re, illy has a
good a rlgbl to rule a. any one. He .
racially the strongest cement LhsrS.
I nless It la thought' thai he OUghl t"
QUI to- a use lie ) no! fit lo rule 1:1
Kurope .Many people thik that Tha
Bulgarians will l.o apt to thjnk Ills Turk
unfit to rulf- Constantinople- if thoy gsi
It In their hands On any dvlllasd
rands it would be one of the world's
gl eatest cities.
Red Cross Cough Drops.
Urtls leisfim. Sis ssj alaNl's. h.
Plain-Spoken New York Woman
t'npyrtvlit, 1312. by (lift I'rmii I'un IftMng, V rti New York WorMt.
I ! StM aaa-aS. I u , 1
rcaex-lCT Pan wit".
Are faahlonn for women barbar
ous? And are women thcmsclvea but
Mr. Arthur Stringer, In a recent
magazine article, made tile charge
that women actually are not the
softer but the more savage ML Anl
mala are alaughtered that we may
adorn ouraelvea with their polls and
clawi. Mother birda are killed and
their young left to atarve that our
hata may be more becoming. Mr.
Stringer aurveya the life of the faah-
tunable young woman' from the hour,
when her maid brli ga her letteral
and a cifu of tea to her final flower
ing ln a priceless ball gown and
"pearls enough to outshine a maha
rajah at the Durbar."
We will have to admit the pearls.
ly train. Any woman With hrarns
can always dress well and becoming
ly no matter "what is style" and
Without making herself a target for
The most pathetic tiling about
present fashions 1s that so many
Women have so little Idea of the hor
rible figures they have anil wear
tetretne styles which make their nat
ural deformities more noticeable. A
good-looking woman with a kind face
and manner may wear a!mot sny
thlng without attracting unpleasant
attention. Of course brains usu illy
go with both these glf is, consequent
ly such woman dress becomingly.
h. il.. MglnflsMi N. J
Letters from other readers of Ths
livening World follow. 1 would be glad
to hear from uuy one who has a tie
rlded opinion as to whether or not
women's fashions ays barbarous; gsO
as to whether or not Mr. Sirmger is
right in deflating us to he the more
SOME WOMEN ARE FREAKS
Dear Muuaui: No self-, espeft ing
man young or old-will look with
anything but disdain upon over
dressed, oierpalnted und overpow
dered and sometimes underdressed
- freaks who think they are making
men almlre Ihem in their so-called
"fasu n.ible modes." Some women
make one think of a printed pase
in which there are too many italics
and too many useless words of ex
planation When t no savages
painted themselves and Went on
the warpath" tney did SO merely to
Show tha, ,aey no longer desired
to be peaceful, and not to appear
"beautiful." Nowadays a woman
palgfts and SVSrdrsSSSS herself,
thinking that II will increase Iter
good looks if she lias liny -an! goes
"on ms warpath," looking for soma
tooiisii man witu an abundance of
Pegging money. JOHN il. Jit.
THIS LADY RATHER SAVAGE
AGAINST HER SEX.
DeSf Madam 1 1 say yes decdedly,
BOman'g styles are barbarous and,
what is worse, jndecant,
The gttlre of the laahiouabic wo
man of to-duy is s anoalouaiy im
modest, as a result of tiiis f ggblon
of light skirts, women bays di-
Ogrtlsd ur let skirts, for ihey fear
svsn i u- slightest addition of ouik.
Tin y allow man tsllois to in ihah
suits i such a state ur undress thai
the men often Mush.
i wisii to say that i ,- rsshlonsolg
woman s a good gssl more il l) .dous
in her make-up than sni Savage
alto a good deui tnoi, Immodest.
l'"or, while the savage knows nu Hel
ler, the model ii woman knoWs but
dossn'1 are M liS II II s
Of the Lawl
amil "am I . . 1 . m. .-
mt saBaagsaggSgfa Ul.jjj
lit wiuin wvvnw
! y THE DUHRAH AOAPTPD
MELTS EVEN STERN
Magistrate's Dignity Upset By
When Magistrals MoQuada took his
seat to preside over th session of MM
Harlem Court to-dav he i . v. , u i !..,..
puash 1 by the absence of Storks from
ueir pssoss and or polio nen who ate
nedlna ,-lu, I . . . I
i lanioroim crowd about
complaint room trying
the door of th
to aiivatu e tli, lr i is.
j "Where Is Mr TIsmOyT" he asked
j ths only oourl attendant In 1 ight. Ths
I attsnttaevt grinned,
"flaying wllh the baby. Your Honor."
raisesl eyebniws and
whs still mc ..i..i k, , .i
' e " 1 ""a
a covert nssault was being made
on his dignity by getting him to ask a
foolish QUaSthBn i he merely ordered that
j the hi' t case lie called, A aiiabby pris
oner walked to the front.
I "Who is the compla! mint
" ssked the
1 1 innr. "
"Hete tive rollings, Four
"Well, why Isn't he he!
'.'" snapped i
"OUesS he Is playing with the baby,
too," said the attendant,
The Magistral.- banged tiie dusk with
the Hat of his uaud.
"What i all this baby business?" he
f. l ite I .The litcndallt pa tiled to the
door of i he prison pen
Vol might take a look at It. Your
Honor," tie said, "It's woii i Basing."
i The Magistrate walbsd to lbs do n ami
I took a peek Then he went tight on
! Inside an I 1.1 ball a minute Has with a
I circle if poll einen, clerks an I turnkeys,
I iu.' l ing and squatting abou a dimpled
round fa id. yslsswhalrsd baay, with
round bltlSi I i ighlng eve, who was
grabbing ai nuaea. mousti lie, ears and
antstretonsd nngstg a rut eroaing and
g Lggl hg and laughing Outright, fairly
glorying In th urt which was being
paid to bias,
The baby was fjoorga K'Hiien r,
With nis father nnd his trm'her. he
was found by Hull' e. nan Lsppsfl l
Third SVenUs and one Hundred and
Twsntyahfth street. Ths parents had
been enjoying tnsntaslvss loo aall a,t a
part i and the policftrar. Ilinuslit tii.it
Sn prtrlt) a bajb) WBUM be In iter off
ill a lu-ii - station pgtll they recovered
The ottier nolh'stnsn agplslned wllh
ghr thai l.' .ipc. :, 1 v i , 1 a bin .el n.
refuse ij to go lo tied iihen big BsTdut
time rams last flight, and sn uith tha
( . .
ui'ij Mil i e w.,,-,-. i,i, ii w.'.i in
t-p. v .in .io re. in :.inti yiiiii-i it
over to the matron
'J'hi' turnkeys added thai 'tot. i ths
Bsomsni th baby raprbart Ihs station
to-dav all ot.nr bUStnaSS had bssn laid
aside, and svsrybodl w.io was uoi
locked in a celt had anuuldersd ana
snuggled for n chance to chuck hahy
tinorge under the chin.
Magiit rate MrVaPada adjourned the
baby worshipping lairly after quSrtSI
of an hour am) called t) use of the
0Brlena out or its turn. He was ver.
i mut-li liicUned. in- said, In aci i pt their
j nssurances that their plight of last
night ws an accident which had never
c n red before and should never occur
again, but Agent rrmk Bntolgp of the
CblMrena Inelety asked that tliev be
hold In list" ball until ha could Inve'tl-
i gate tiieir home sondltions TPs ktsgts
trate held them for one day. asking,
with a frown. If the Hoctely purposed
Inking the baby away from his mother
pending the Jnveallg.itlnti
Barclay hesitated, looked at the. baby
nnd lis mother, and then said he
thy) Ugh I ileorge iiad better stay with hl
mother. The prison keepers promised lo
make her a comfortable as possible
stul Mrs O'llrlen walked nut of the
court with tie baby IxHinifing In her
arms an I Waving "da da" lo ever
body In sight.
$350 A MONTH. NOT WEEK.
! That's tthai I liarle. Knrlhmaa Is
in Pap ma w ire.
I Chai hs t'u rtlwnan, owner of a I'.uk
How OSfS, has been directed by an oi
der of gu proms Court IttStlCS Uerard to
pay Ids wife UH i, month allnioiiv, pong
, Ing tha disposition of his suit for I ipfl
lute divorce from hsr; m addition plains
jiff's counsel Mas PjioSSed H.IMI. This
" " unim- on loiiaeii; f nun 1 1 I oneii
... . ' 2i 1 "L "n"'
I evening worm.
; wnile rlnting
correctly the above fact
yesterday printed Hlso a headline stat
ing that Mr. Kiirllimaii Iwad lieen "or
dered to pay tars) a week " The error In
the heading was corrected by the story
below, never: iieless. The BvSnbil World
Is gild to rectify It.
I Are You Still Ruv'ino Hanha.arJ?
w m sp exa sssrxBassSss t , f a sws bvsjbs nj .
In buying rubbsrs, use the lame
judpBienl that governs yiiur pur
onass of shia's. profit by your sg
Try UubMarli Subbsfi Ibis win
ter nml until s liow Ibsy wear 'liny
are made in the In-liei that the pub
lic i tired of rlsalni ii monsy on
doubtful rnbberi ami will lie gl.nl Ii,
buy rulilier finilweur oil a ilefinili
siaiiilnril of quality ami sogstfuctbss,
Hi Nlg-Htm ii tsit win- Mam it Dutkiri
his Mill, Ms k It il. I
Siiit Is n.1,1.' tin all iiirin.-H
women ices is i hoi. Tu ssvi i
doe to inisiits. ttiiti sfarh rubs rs
itil Blrlaf I' til Sll Sillies i'hi'V
I nun i iloiti ,n'. nitio fnsi i i ,.h
in,! linen i.ni'e tieaieri PIUI'BS i i inn
1 '"' ' v" "' on insm sa saiisiaeiar
ur SbsIm sSSSSl ...,,. vim. ier,l
Boston Rubber Shoe Co.
gStSSllSbtd I SSI MII.IM.N MA.-UI
" I il ml .. i I a -
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I Hi,,' i ii t . . i, . ,,r ailons 1 1 i hi,,,
I 'hat's What Rrnijfn Old Oen
tkmHl Said and Did io
When the Rim Moose meeting at Madi
son Square CJarden broke up last night,
a silver-haired, benign old gentleman,
slightly a looped and supporting himself
Wtth a gold-headed grandfather of a
walking allck, .ame nut with the crowd.
Fearing cat ttSShsty ahead through bla
large, round spectacles, he walked
, sloWiv to the corner of Kourth avenue
I and Twenty-Sixth street, and waited
tiiers for a northbound Kourth avenue
John M. N'allv. who also has been
known as (leorge Itellly a good part of
the time atgot ISM, when the police put
him on record, looked at the old ssntle
tnan and his eves lighted with Joy. As
a usual thin, old gentlemen with gold
I'etiiied canes have fat mallets and are
not so sensitive lo mi exploring hand as j
younger men. nor have thev' the same
POfrar of physical rebuke
Ho Me .'Salty executed an artistic, pro-
fesslonat "JosUr." The old gentleman'
became aware of Mortally and personal
standing near heard him any. gently:
rot, i iear you are attempting to
rifle my packistsl"
The old gent'eman then struck Mc
Nsllv on the right eye, the lert aye
anil the nose. When his tltne-crlspert
knuckles were bruised he used the cane.
Detsetlrs Tagatkeasakl of the Kas:
Twenty-second street station came up
and rescue.! the old gentleman from the
ilanxer of over-exerting. Also he sr
' I do not cuie to site my name, offl
said Mi-XOHy'a victim. " am
going in it to bag land to-dsv and do
not wish to be ilAlityed longer In reach
ing my dear gandtiHdren,"
Turning to M. N'ally. the old gentle
min said, just before lie stepped on a
"Xlr. I am heartily ashHmt f my
' I s i i ... a .
" ,r ' . i U Unt you IN nnf
Mie old gentleman's good wishes
do Mc.Villll S black eve.
tnore goiMl than burying a piece of beef
steak In the hack yard. At Police Head
liiarteia to-day he had a distinctly second-hand
appearance, slid a new respect
rr old gentlemen wlih gold-headed
Kiiindfatbers f walking slicks.
literary late. "
IKrnm ths Atlanta Cautlitulliai I
"This new hook of mine," said the
author, "certainly fills a long-felt want."
Then he "chinked" the wlndowa with
It and laughed at the winter wind.
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FOLLOWING SPECIAL OFFERINGS:
Women's High-class Dresses and
Gowns for Afternoon &. Evening;
Blouses, S.lllk & Wool Petticoats.
AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF
Misses' & Girls' Dresses & Suits
AT ATTRACTIVE REDUCTIONS
Jiftl Aitrmif, 3411 uttH
4 'The Malicious Microbe"
Never discriminates between man, woman or child, old
or young, rich or poor.
Puar rggsaflv tat AllaiL I ft laS aa M a. I I.I I
-naia, n is a
i. T I aa
It's easier for a man
to climb the Cleo
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blend tobaccos will,
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I TURKISH mM
35tl fctmtc, 2friu fork.
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The most dangerous of microbes which erter
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practically harmless by the constant use or
"OH OL" as a mouth wash.
Pleasant to use and delightfully refresh nj.
It will a'so keep yoar teeth in a hea tliy
There s nothing "Just as Go d" as "ODCI
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