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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912
POLICE INSPECTOR, 1
CLAD IN nLSRIIIF
SEES MAN KNIFED
Out Seeking Adventure in Har-oun-al-RaschJd's
He Finds It
AFTER A COCAINE SHOP.
Hurls Negro to Sidewalk, but
the Victim May
t Bagdad of th New World
hloh Uu across the bridges which lead
lo the Qty of a Thousand Sleepa-WiH-lamsburg
th Blesaedthe soul of Har
un al lUaohld tranamlgrated last night
Into the abbreviated, rotund body of the
''allph, John Murtha Bey, who la , liief
"loer of the janlanjrlea of the Tenth
"Istrlot under Waldo Pasha.
About the time the mueailna should
ave been glorifying Allah train th
usetops of Williamsburg the Blessed
ne thought oame to Murtli Bey th.it
ever had there been given to him tht
(Tht of Ml domain from the nes of a
mnuin person, or even from those of
Janissary of IsSSsr degree. W herever
e had sune he consldored hla rubes of
Hce had given to the unlawful rabble
i warning In advance; wherefore ha
i-lermlned he ahould go forth Into tha
:rceu In un lniLnM-.ttra.bla disBuise
"hk-h should suaijest no buttona of
rags nor shield of gold.
While the silence Wblcb precedes the
undlng of t.'ie midnight bell In Will.
miburgt the lllesse I nag obtaining, a,
allied Bg ne Slipped from the rear gate
th house of the Janissaries of He'
ll atreet. Oier the .-yes of tha figure,
nloh waa abbreviated and rotund.
on aa that of Murt.ia Be, waa pulled
. hat of felt.
Slowly t!ie figure stole Ulrougli the
eartd tlioruughlarus, avoiding the
Shied market places wnere the Wri ties
; commerce nVkcrci, and mindful no
r pnfl!ble flawing of the assassin's
In Lortm r :re!. oppoatt Mir Palace
Amassment conducted at No. lis by
. person of liall in pci -idmloii, the figure
ighl tin. shadows ; an overhanging
oorway, and Ultra remained, drinking
.i Um Spirit or Adventure
There MOM presently Janissary
iloonty of tin. Clymer street house,
winging bla iass.-i.--l wand of offlc.
AN ORDINARY BLUECOAT HOLDS
UP THE INSPECTOR.
!eeinc the Oguro In ihe .loom ay. t!i
Sasasarj approached and a-rlcu roughl)
Oil. rAgamuAn dog of the suite:-. 'r
plscc you in a dungeon."
'Do yog not know mT" arlied tie
die. l un Murtha Bo) !
i'Wn, y'MUIW," mswered the Jan.
ry Moon.': , in Um qua. nt Idiom of
.is kin. I.
"G'wsn y'souse, .. ut?' sobbed the
. in, opening bla burnouse no that the
kr of an aro light uaught upon bli
budge Of t.d.
"Dun, Mtfuao me," aid tho Jsnnlfsry,
Miagining doeplj and moving away.
"Oraoattt." "aid tha Chluf i
nry, who la known in tha Now World I
ai: Inspector of Police, 'i under-1
i ana a .s eing h.iii. i am watch.
g lo b'- I ill e '
Hut j: i o'clock occurred a orlmu
. .ore ..io ,- or the inspector mora
coming ihu Arabian Nights .-oie whit ,
had aaaumad foi th evening, a
i . gro walked inrouih Loilmer ai.-eet
.id, behind b'.nii dousing in the a;ud-
. i. area anotftai and largor nagro.
HoglBf tin giuam of atavj In Um tratltr'a
. tBd lb Inapeetoi casi oil the comedy
ctmaetiheie j Murtba Bey and dathtd
.. .rots ma itreat.
it wa.- p. am tnapaotor Uvrtha whjj
rajuci at um arm which, l;ld iiu
. life, just too lal io pi vent Ua dc-
nd.ug into the bad, of ih; unuuuacloual T
. -gro hia. Agaltl tha knife ll0dad
ltd in. n t. v ins,' . tor a n .is.itins
. iiu .1:1 1 !.' the in ., 4kh j, '
j i.i; gtuoa uh.
(Money, who .1 id heard rite cries uf
..- i lundi 1 n. in. ram hurrying 10 hla
del s a atalanu. W Injured negro,
10 w: able to aay h wan Klljall
.uiy uf n.i. M LoriOMr itreet, aaa
lit to t.ie Baatern Dlatrlot (toapltal,
. tug. it is reared. Itarry Mltehal of
.I. I io I.01 i.ucr stri-ct, the assailant,
nl la the t'lymer street station 1.1
t cuaiodj of Mu 1, ice ani Inapeotor
v trtha, having decided to itive up rnr
r.. night the watohlng of coegln aell
Ing an.l the pint in;, of Ifaroun al Ran
idilcji a'eni back to the Karbarl itrgal
j.. lie itgtlan.
,1ERICAN V'MAN SUICIDE
WHILE STOPPING IN ROME.
n, iJiiicr. Formerly Miss l.nvnii
IIp nl Si. Louis, Wilt- HntV
tto.MK. Nov. I,--Mrs. Carlos Paster,
.'e of Uleut-Commander Mater of the
1 ill a, 1 navy and nai ettseke at the
: than Wmbeaay in Washington, com-
Ited sul. lie '.ere to-dav while de-
1, mi lent over Incurable niness lira,
puter was formerly Mlai Raster
ns'illn of St. bonis.
Morning World To-Morrow
GET THE NEWS FIRST, IN THE WORLD
RE HASHIONS IHOR IvJOMEN
fr-i i - i'i - i - i - i - i'i - i - i - i - i - i -
Arthur Stringer Wants
"It h the Woman Who
Imagine She It Highly
Civilized That la Bar
baric," Says the Poet
and Critic of Morals
"The Higher Woman
Mounts the Social Lad
der the Closer She Gets
to Her Primitive Ances
tors." "She Adorns Her Body
tht: More With Animal
Skins and With Plumes
Taken From Birds,
and She Also Becomes
More Inured to Partial
BY NIXOLA GREELEY -SMITH.
JJlXOLA ORE.E.LE.T'--SMITH 81l"dt' "lfi prosecuting officer to out-
!'ne his case. To-day In The Even
ing World Mr. Stringer sums up for th prosecution.
Any Evening World reader who
carea to undertake th taak will
be welcomed ae th advocate of the
defense. If you And a wak link
In tha chain of tha proaecutloc.
write to me and point it ont. If
yon erree 1th Mr. Stringer that
woman I essentially savage In
aoul ..a well aa in tl: wrtippln?
of hsr body, sat yaur wits to work
to release t:c iiw AmlromeJa frim
hr hld'-on bun lag. Mr. Stnngr
calls for . uj-ir Jainooln In petti1
ooat3 to eananclrate th ali.ven cf
fashion. Maybo ha me 1.3 you
1 renii dy for th
nul have Bome other
follies f fashlo.i Mini
tin- tiigthtful 1 ne ati 1 by lbs pros"
'ior hlmeeW beauty atrike. Tor
I Vflial Bttike could teUOCI .1 without or-
: s.i iiaatlon, without a union tand who,
pray, coumi pasa on ereueniisi 01
BEAUTY UNION COULDN'T GET
Besides what rsall) Pretty arotnau
would care ti belong to the Beaut)
Union? V' Iiji monopolist of toe rarest
and most exquisite quality In the uni
verse wants to divide .' And we Un w
the tendency f protective organisation
Woman Has Imposed Fashion
on Herself, Says Mr. Stringer
fhs RtDlae WerWi
f I believe ih't "all
., g 1 ii-"" 111' ourse no;'
1 ik. no. ,',,. elvlllaad woman
v.nis barbaric, or. rather, the woman
v, I.,, imagines siies nigaiy civimku
hie,,... an, mounts thi social ladder, tin i
oloaer she gets t
tors. That i. ahe
Olid more with ai
Iter pnmiliv am.
Jorni her body mole
nal skins, with nu-
al.. and bright
at mes dug from 1 I
with pigments and paints, with I
un-l f.-at hem 1 Ikcn from "'id
Stic a!so Uccc.nea mora lnurad
to partial nudity. 3h a.cpts
bodily distortion wlthcut protest.
Sh rtums to fetlchlsm, luxuriat
ing In tl ritsb of these two Wsj-
adteg of ntogera ii:a wiuoii may ho
deaignated aa Tachion and prsfaa
alonal Society. She lapecs bach
into kborlglaal r-u?ltlae, lguorlug
the eoiuce of hel aigrette, calmly
weafnjr an opera cloak made np of
the sVlna of elgrhty rmlns, svory
on of which dld of slow tortnr.
You suggest that Kas ilon Ins been
Imposed upon woman I reply that she
,111s Imposed II on herself. Kin- look the
furs and feather! off man, early In the
..-ne. and left man to make good by
hard work. As he niore and more be
came a specialist in lalior, she niore
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Copyright, 1912. by the Press Publishing Co. (The New York World.)
"-,Mr TCCH THE HM-lif.,- OPF 0t I "J I , L 9h L M I
Are fashions for women bar
barous? Woman, thn trembling
prisoner at the bar, appeara to an
swer an indictment drawn by Mr.
Arthur Stringer, author, poet and
stern critic of our limes and morals.
We know that it is a distinct ad
vantage to the quivering culprit to
learn the worst in advance, to hear
definitely how many gunmen have
confessed, and what the contents of
the damaging allldavlts may be.
With this idea In mind and with
the realization that faw women
would care to plead guilty to bar
barism under a suspended sentence
which is what 1 would do if I hart
only myself to think of I have per-
is to elevate the average at the ex.pens
of the unique. W-hy ShOUM the woman
with b Pain and eyes und tasto per
suade other women to dress simply and
Why shouldn't sh enrrey th
frenke and follies of fashion and
aay. Mora power to them! Then 1
an rarer, lovelier, more charming
mora dlffrnt, more herself, and
lee everybody else. Let's cheer
fcr th brotherhood of man aa
much as you Ilk If yon do Ilk
It but lt'f. oppoao the sisterhood
of beanty with our laet gasp
After a wli.li. of course, it will he
discovered (hat the Sherman Antl-Tru
jaw- applies t., Maxlne Elliott and uiiian
Ruaaell und these and other eel Hah moti"
,,,, ,.S f pskmritude win be ordered
forthwith and forever to dissolve or
else to spread themselves over forty
jgn states. .nu ma:.nie .1 stern jurist
Will line them IW.000,000, Hut until thc-e
things happen let's defend whatever j
have of Individual charm or beaut)
against all rivals and don't let's organ-
lie or strike to make anybody any less
fuoiish or any prettier.
As Mr. Btrlrmer Wmself
competition .f already killing,
ai it is . tragically Berce,"
i'l more acquired the paia.de instinct,
Ihis puiiule InatlnCt, In nature, lusts
unly through the courtship period.
WonMMI has extended It over her whole
-nicer si.e has professionalised her
prettlnegs. she has made ornnmenta
lion the main issue of life. Tha burden
splendor with her lias become .so
ne-vy that now, to achlevu distinction,
1C. has to glitter a little more than her
neighbor, or acknowledge herself (beaten
ai the only ga.:ne that twenty centuries
nave reaiiy tsugnt her,
NO DISGRACE IN BEING BEAU
: Hut is there any particular disgrace In
I being beautifully d re seed?
I No, the greatest dtsgrace timt cun full
! 1 , a woman Is not to he beautiful, But
I niece' where the tragedy of the whole
sea situation lies. Primitive woman had
1 ' ciiuim man 10 win him. He needed
her, luter on. lo scrape tlldas and grind
1 corn and cook his hear meat and keep
ihe cave tidied up. .Modern woman has
to do more than charm man to win him
n the race for mates and it has grown
into n trggll nllv tterce nun! .-he has to
hold 'dm, and hold h,in l.y hi r charm,
even after the mating ordeal, for man
las made niachln ly to take most ul
her oldtUna work sway from her, ami
she isn't yet essential to his economic
existence, the has to release li'.m or pasa
,n. Ho ha.r- bi.-r iinu morn critical, murp
llflaCllH tn StlmulSt. go .-veiy strliiti of
tht rx hsrp tins to be overatrummefl.
Ii s liiii- a Una f nur4ygurdlai playing
.ili'ilnst ;, Ii Other. U s like a low of
Coney island ballvhuus all snouting for
tho next comi.
What w wast is an antl-nols
or us ad e in tht mattar of drees.
Xnstsad of gsttlng hysteiioal over
suffrag. and smsshlng srindowa
and having hangar etrlkee, bo ie
rsally thonThtful womu ihonld
start a beaaty strlks.
They IbOUld refuse, I mean, to let
man f.cwl their vanity. The., shoiM
form a woman's ilenu5ers' leasue, mul
boycott the male who had anything to
do with the old-fashioned woman who
evsf.afnameata asrssu. They abould.
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Men to Swat
With a Stone Hatchet
7me noeeH eve
And s, Lincoln in petticoats to liberate
1 them from the slavery of over-dress.
Vou ask If It Isn't men who make
j fashions for woman'.' Precisely. While
I Woman baa been so busy being pretty
I T'T the lust fu.v centuries, man has been
! making himself a specialist. He's be
I come the best of hotel housekeepers,
the best of root growers and weavers
and cooks an I metal workers and cave
builders and hide dressers. He even
I Imposes his Idea of fashion on women,
j No woman of fashion wears what she
, really wants to wear. She wears what
some thoughtful gentleman over In
I'arla deslrea that she shall desire to
WOMAN'S WAIST LINE
Her waist line goes up and down like
a barometer, and she has no more con
trol over It than the barometer has
over the weather. She Is so wanting In
personal stability that a mode maker
three thousand mllea away ran arbi
trarily nnrrow her hip line and then as
arbitrarily broaden It, the same as you
Open and close a concertina. And even
a great man like Mr. Hok can't atop it!
In Increasing BgSUSl allurement by
ornamentation woman has Increased her
deceptive instincts, she li.ts made her-M-lf
the queen of dissimulators.
She festoons herself with Use.
he makes ber hed-drCB tall a
lie, her rouge-bos llee for her, her
limb drapery is a lie to hide the
shortness of her lege, her shoe
heele are a lie about ber height,
her corseted figure le s lie aa to
tha Usee that Ood gave her. She
llee to man, and man knows It.
He al-o knows that she Is lying for
l ie sake of man, so
finds 11 easier1
finds it easier
in overlook her weakness along tlsi
. ..... awMiw . -"
it also Keeps u goodly number or maies
Ill very lucrative businesses, as a walk I
.... m ...
along I ift:, u'enue will persuade, you.
POOR WOMEN TRY TO IMITATE
THE RICH ONES. sounded for a little chimney ftrs lown
And the mention of Fifth avenue !at corner of Courtlandl and 'lln-
hrings up anothr point, it may be ton streets, shout s mile away. Counts-
claimed that this overfrenxled parade j 1,1 " I'oarley Kenny, he was stun, ling
Instinct exists only with the woman gflrtght In front of the house, and he
wealth, with the Fifth avenue type who did some quick flggerin'.
neither tolls nor spins. But the truglc "AH the reg'lar homes Is out dnlmj
:.art of the whole thing is that the Third election work behind spring buggies,"
avenue Woman wants to he like that , 'Iwwrl.-v says to himself, "und they ain't
Fifth avenue woman
Ii'h tiie IfiMiil
toward v. hUoh gho yearns. Th hui ' Hy Ih(r'", ht ye.llg t iroitRf Mi
girl tamll- htf n out of her frutl'ock'"er "Whoa up' I want o Ul
lavlflfl trial Lo re-echo her naefinM-
etnoti T'Jio factury lr'. rrad ahiut he:
arui makti hr ''Sunday batt" an mU
(atipn of tin avenue ffran-iour The
ty lfi of thi: muceaitfiil tral .-man of th.
iliddlw Waal mitfmtaa to Man attaai t
bo ahUi to t-at In h-r nfflffhborhood a ri )
catcii some sparl; of iier racUailng efful- j to Mill the liook and laSder to a BrS."
genoe. Anj go n goes on down the 1 haven'i k.i time." says young
I Roukefeller. "I got to he out none di-a-.'...
,t,k... ,. . m. reetly.M
...... m ...... av.u e
My personal feeling u thit men ougii!K..t -i," Charley speaks up nstu P.-r'.
to take hi' cue from woni.in herself. Mel.nd young Roekefeller he gats l..-i
ahould a.lrit tu tnllltant methods of then and heliM unhitch He said ha'-l
tne luffrsgette, resort in Ms helnlass I ir'rr iiis own team to the "re. nut
ness to s'letMoiis uietliiuls Ui attra--:
attention to -in evil wnlrli the otuer six
-efuses to acknowledge.
Onoe convinced that woman la
bairuarlc, avery arnct-tuin(td
man should rxtn l'.lmsslf i a
ston na-. iet. Then h should
haunt llfth avsnu. Thr h
should swst .ry oerdrBBd
woman th same aa woman have
bn awattlng his window glass.
It' should '.viif'h 'or the haled alK-. llts
and convert last summer's slogan of of his Indian ooatums Inok rl lie
, i fore his gu sis nnd Ins iioti,,-: iouM
Do Not Take tha "Just as Good. "
tu. Uiag. ,
DftllC 9 SEVENTH ARTICLE T
ftHDrtlWUj: Of A SERIES 4.
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"Swat the fly" Into the more altruistic
cry of "Swat the hat"' Some such
demonstration of antediluvian manner!
might awaken woman lo the fact of
Just how barharlu she still la.
A rt h r it STRINOBR.
GIVE UP YER BAYS; WE
NEED 'EM FOR A FIRE
And, By Cracky, the ConstabL
Unhitches 'Kin and
Drives 'Em Off!
Isn't it rough the way these Tarry
tohvn officials keep pck,ng on the John
I). Itocke-feller folks up Pocantloo Hills
wviy! To-day. for Instance, a con
stable went and took John H. Junior's
spunking learn of bays away from him
and hatched 'em onto a hook and lad
der truck to make the run to where a
hlmney was cutting up over In North
Young Mr. Rnnkefeller had driven
down from the Itockefelier home place
at Pocantloo Hills to pick up a friend
at the station. Ha hud hi light run-
1 i.lie.i ear Slid
goldurndest e,,.c, h..,-...
aim ,, ... .... 1.1- i.. ... .
hlue rlhUiners thev were sranaail ...
)f the tongue.
Inst mm - Sl , ... ... . .
f-iH .' , .
h1S f- eil. I Were passing tile 1 .1- c.-i.toa'
'house, where the ahemiael anal iha
hook and ladder trucke are. Iha alarm
.tiiunh ii p. Ml th.- a;';if.i.iiiN, mi
pftriicuietr DUBlnMI wTlin yu.
of oourMi Old Man Eloukefelgri Hon
w Ftoaa up and OonatAbf Miarli-y h
gOOl uut and putg tua hand on thi
"In the name of tha law." aiygt T'har
Myi "get down off that there anat an I
bain unhitch your tTi naad 'in
.., r -,. hav. tn h,ve ,,1()4.
hurt., .van 1' w.. It,..-.. I rx aaaaal ...... km
Hli-I a, one of the (Iri-tn.-n al
lowed as h"W the regular driver, who
Is a ne- Has competent to drive thn
Ro kefellsr bsS
And lie dl 1.
Ilia I oorll. Ill, il, .1... Ills I, nal,
Charles Tohlmbka. tha four-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tohlmbka uf
Rutherford, M '. aave a party tn a
f.-w of i,ia playmates lunda after
noon Ohgrleg was swliiu'ini? s i't-hted
Halloa s'en lantern, wh- I Ihi li.nae
.put out the blags h na bad!) burned
in. -livj at hi
liouitt i abtuiaay n.orn
SEW RUBBER TUBE
Ill TllnnlT inTf!
in mnuAi MrmK
SHE TRIES 10 DIE
Surgeons' Quick Work Saves
Life of Woman Who At
GAS TURNED ON, TOO.
Husband Finds Despondent
Wife Near Death When He
A piece of rubber tube, out from i
lomach pump and sewed Into th"
HndgfPt of Mrs Ixiulse Amory Newell
by eurgcons wtN worked over her has
tily In hr aivirlment before rushing
her to ia hospital nfter her attempt it
self det'truclion. may aave her life.
At the J. Mood Wright Hospital It
was said early to-day that ahe was
'stains very well" and had a ohsnee to
recover. The pleca of rubber tubing
was replaced by a Mt of allver pipe after
her arrlvnl al the hospital. Hhe will gi
lite rest of her life. If ahe lives, with
Hie sliver tube In her windpipe.
Mrs. Newell, the wife of Frederick K.
Newell, resident manager of tile lllrm
Ingham iron and locomotive I'umpany.
cut her throat, slashed her wrist and
turned on several gas .tela In her en
deavor to kill herself III her apartment
In 1'alla.ide Court, No. mil West One
Hundred and Thirty-ninth etreet. yetr-I nietit that -lotliel the upper part of
day afternocn. I her body were consumed and her hair
Mrs. Newell Is thlriy-three and pretty. ' was burned from nnr head.
She oomes from rhuitanooga, Trnn., Dei-plte her age, Mrs. Kabel la very
where she nas marrl"l to Mr. NWU I active, and ahe fought igomualy to ex
ten yesra ago. For about a year ahe baa j tmgulali the blaae. Hhe eucreedcl and
been Intcrealed In Christian Hcleivce. 1 1 Iron collapsed, falling on her bed. Fort
TRIED FOR MONTHS TO ROU8E
HER FROM MELANCHOLIA.
I'oor health, Mr. Newell thinks, ex
plains the melancholia which has poe
aeseed his wife fur several months. He
tried every method to draw her from
that atate. A much time a he oould
conscientiously spare t orn his but! is
he spent nt his home. For every eve-
nine he devised a plan by which he
hoped to restore Mrs Newell to cheer
The Newells went to the theatre Hat ir
day night and to the organ recital gives
at the College of the Mty of New York
on mindly. yiaiornay morning ir.
Newell thought he saw a change for the
better, for his wlf waa unusually af
fectionate and her mood remarkably
different from th it of recent daya.
It waa Just after 6 o'clock last evening
I when the Janitor-, Itlsenhnld ltei -heke.
eaiutht a sir. nig odor of gas as he
passed through the hall on the ground
tloor. He called lo the elevator boy, end
after determining that It came from th
Newell apartments they decided to not-
Ify Policeman Kessler.
While the elevator boy waa looking
for the policeman Mr. No-well arrived.
There are two entrances to the apart-
ment. Mr. Newell used the one leading
from the vestibule 11 opened the door
and then. Inhaling the gas fumes, fell
egelnSt tne wuodwoik of the doorway
vvitii a cry.
HAD CUT THROAT AND WRIST
He found his wife in a coma tn the
bathroom. Hhe was sitting up. Gee
Mowed from .in open Jet above hr
head. Her thront was cut and her left
wrist deeply lacerated. Mr. Newells
razor was near her right hand. Hhe
Mr. Newell. In Ills anxiety, quickly
I.,, ,in.l a towel ai ootid his wlfo s throat
In. Chalmera Sangr of No. 671 W. si
(hie Hundred and Thirty-ninth Btreet,
answered a summons In a hurry and,
when he I m-i (tie t iiM-i ho ,na
ci ven d thn' Mrs
Novell had aevered
When lr. Dleteill nrrlvesl from J.
HOOd Wright HospMSt, I'r. Sangree took
his stomach pipe and for, . si air Into
the woman g lumts rken til smou -
Innoe surgeon slaried to remove her 10
ti e hospital, but a lien she wss lifted
sue choked, an 'he cut across her throat
snd to her windpipe had to he sewed
Trill ii .'fiij 111 t'li i 1 inn in.
MRS. TAFT IN THIS CITY.
rtaan Raaaill 1.1-i.iaHt i mit-r igtaag
Raof with linn Mo no a fa.
T i-nlafht, while the vnteg ar ho'ng
ronntearl to m.. whether t will he Tft,
VVUion ot RooaavaUi under Ida n
roof of the Motel Manhattan, Mra,
WMi itn Howard Tt.fi. wifi r the
IT. el lent, ami Ml and Ml! lts.ige W
Ptrkkrii of Hull Mooaa lyrnpathlet, will
h i at different dinner pjjyrtlea
Mrs. Taft. Mlai llelen Taft and othari
will lie the fUaatl of t'lialr'nan '"iinrlea
De HlUaa, off 'he Raptfbll 'an National
- .rnnilttee. aitd Mra. The pgr
k'.nH.a will he rust arid boatMl at a
1 1 ogTi aaatri (Mnner lmriv Tin- Pro
freeWlVI State Oiairman, W U Hoioh
king, and Mra 1 1 telik:v .t's'i affl"
ti!ta!n at the earn.' hotel
The Chocolate Laxative
Relieves Botli Ailments at Once
Ex-Lai Ii b pleiuanti p'nt 1 anl poiiUva ranady for all condi
tions: uf blliouineiii l! ili'sition und (xinstipation.
Ex-Lax Keeps the Whole Family Healthy
Try a 10 Cant Boa To-day. t All Dnifflata
BURNED AND ALONE,
AGED WIDOW LIES
UNAIDED 10 HOURS
Although Eighty-Five Years
Old, She Managed to Put
HER INJURIES ARE FATAL.
She Had Been Anticipating a
( iood Old Fashioned
K.. '. n hours nfir roeU1ne bums
that probably would prove fatal to a
strong, healthy peraon half her ngr.
Mrs. Margaret Kaliel. elghty-ftv yar
old, lay uneonecioiis, eion and unaid
ed, In her room at No. sje (late ave
nue, Hrooklyn. To-iley she la In St
.John's Hospital ami th doctor aay
she will die.
When Mrs. Kabel. who is the widow
of a civil w-ir aold:er, ajid lived on a
Qoa ei nu.ent 1 1 . 1 mid preparations
to retire about 9 o'clock last tilgnt the
room was cold ami sh HgTttA.1 a amajl
gas OtOVI that tood on a table. VarPer,
while resiillng, she im.l thrown a Turk
ish towel at-. .-it her phouldfra to keep
off the chill. As ah eloope.l to pick
iip something near the atov tha towel
caught tlr and in an Instant her
clolhliiK waa in flame The thin gar-
few minutes stie screamed with all hcr
I SUsaaHhH strength, but tier cdeai en
feeble ami Other i"'i son.-. In th -house
did not hear her. Then she la-paed Into
I It was ..30 this morning before Mrs.
Kabel awakened. She was suffering ex
1 OTUOlatUlg lualn. her fa CSi arm and thick
" ou.iers. in.- age..
-" eeei aa men - rawir
along tin- Moor to the door which ahe
opened only after she had worked at
the knob for several minutes. Bh
dragged her-elf nlong to th head of the
stairs and screimed for help. This time
lier cries WefS heard on th floor below
1 Mr" Oeairge Harnett, the landlady, was
1. it'll. d of Mra. Kabel plight, and ahe
called an amhuliinre. while th other
women in the house did what they
i eould to alleviate the wldow'a Buffering
Mrs Hunietf eal.l she iJIdn'l know If
Mrs. rtaSBSl had anv IMw relative. She
had referred only to her soldier husband
and the pension she received waa suf
ficient for her to pav her own wsv.
! Only yesterday the widow had talkei
'o t!". landlady about her quarterly pen-
j whlcli waa due to-tay. A good
P'rt of it was lo he pot aside for a resj
j old-time Thanksgiving dinner, Mrs.
SIEGFRIED BEHRENS DEAD.
Music-Inn Usi Prominent for Year
In Oneratle Venlnre.
PHH.AIiKI.PIITA. Nov. 6 -Siegfried
Doh! en l.n of Phlliulelphta. musi
cian and prominently connected In past
years with many iqerat1,i ventures,
dn-l at his home here to-day H was
BSV Snfy-tWXl yeai-s old.
In IV,; he began trsvetllng wltih th
Mas Ktrakoach-Aileltoie, PSfftl 'oncert
Mnpany. Iteir he begun at CM, ago
career a un operatic conductor
with the OafXStlta Klohlng Opera Comi-
peny, and oorstsnued when tiwit orgau-
smoinei w;ui iih i-repa itosa
I i 'ouipany. He uixatiUisI a isumpanv
headed b) fJtwtStlns Ntlasnsn, Parti and
Victor MsiiraJ, WttMl snng "Alda" In
,,,,, , ouutTV tor the first time. Mr.
, ,,,.h, ,nh Mrval aH km) mausger for
ttl, M, tn poll tan opera " 'omi.ajw.
GAS KILLS MAN AND WIFE.
lr fir I In fffl7 Mil Mr nl ta 111
Pa tr I oil Coffay aawlatant foreman al
- he Ist-hlKl. avtl y KaMi oad ptet on
Hlai i Tom laimWdi ner f 'omrnuritpaw.
and hie wife, AnaatanlA, were found
d ad from nnt hxlatlon In th-lr flat on
VanHleg g treat, Jeraaj 'ity, to-dy, i
rwelveyearold Kert na Krhrarn.
MaUt. Vll'll. Wll'l WilJt JsUMHl 1 1 at , autu-
monad Dr Matirar( who enamini'i hr
hodleg and Niild thn 'offeya had tSggp
dead alN I mldTilKht. lyiveetirutNiti
ehow a brottaii eoefj on a new u.i1
tOV3 and Ihe polltlon Of the hotllee In
dktated th-it Mra offey had awakwi.-d
when naavrry oveiyrotna, had triwi t
KroiMM hr hUatband and while attemnt
ink r open a window had fa Lien nn
oonaeloui Cotfaj wan forty, hla wifi
i Mrt) -four
! IS RISKY
To Have Clogged Nostril
Have you a pain over the rlgkt
eye. pains over the loft oyo, palM
acroaa the front of Um hemdT Do
1 you take cold eaallr, ameeto a groat
deal? Do you sneers until 70a bo
coma dlizy? Does first on nostril,
then the other, close? Mare you g
discharge from your rmsstrllaf An
you loalng your sense of em ell? Do
i rusts form In your noatrlln? Do
you sleep with your month open? Dota
your throat feel dry, as If a horsehair
had lodged In It? Have you a dropping
lodged In It? Have you a dropping
In the throat? Do you leave to be
constantly clearing tha throat? !
your hearing falling? Have you un
natural Bounds In the ears? Age)
thoae aounda like steam escaping or
Ilka water falling? Do your salt
feel like they were slopped apt
Does the wax harden In your ears?
Do your ears discharge?
Have yixi pains In the cheat? Have
you snreneaa behind the breast bona?
Have you atltchea In your aide? Hav
ymt a dull ache under thn shoulder
blades? Have you an Irritating cough?
Do you aplt up a tough, grayish ma
terial? Do you aplt up a yellowlah
materlal? Do you aplt up a nark
brown, rusty looking material?
Tut, o imLortant enUa fnr you tn an-.
In rm fit InllrstN ti,. t.o wort In th SOSW-IS
sis I tlmiat. la etlisn esef indk-als diwss that
um, tins fmm th, no.lrtU sihI fhrnst Into the -sr
ti.lMb .n.1 Un. wall nil. toll . n.ur l.esrtns III
rtMM It ilisest thsl hssln Use a M Pi
Wis u.aililla aim! ' 1 - . tint Hlitill tis Irs r i
itewn Int. 1 the eiMpkie sn-l Inn tiltie. Ihaei
In Uis l..w,r ,.-..- mslirs inre llsea. T is
rausrs the etssK pain and ttie ..w Uiat hrlnsa Si
i niai.fi.l throsn eff hs tlis aers nlaess. It Is
In these at.r, ptaeaj that trie frnns m tuasrrulo '
an.t isieunssna l..1ss an.t eftf as I'inas, .-an.' :
lsientii.mla ae.l rt. i. If . 1 hSTs any 1 1
the alalia f .lltesse In ttM. nnatrila yon should Bl
ala.iit getllng rid .if tlinra at ones. If neelart. I.
daafnw sill '..m In n,. I nnanaiptlon In .alum
Mi ns-ia,t fr.-e-tt.sj i IsM r ' h't o1 tw-afrtla, tlflr
mg (."!.. aiHi mu i geS
-in i .hi . g tarn I'lev
In til t'fti 1 j. I tiat s.- .n tlairt r '
t4eiljrlng ill t wit tn tn IhM. 1 ran ma f
rHMlnU wKli'Mit - rt.- bj away Um bfiti "f Um tu,
thtlfi tl tlM . .1, . . 1 ... lui.e.rl i, i'PI t' I
trukt wera r - -1 ty ta.:ur, tu train tjuat a 4
KIUas oiit -t Us a
Clogged Nostrils Cured
H han Mr, (' . W. Jnlmsun ftrst nmtui
Hie rx? sai l "I a 111 t (atarrh In m n isin
(r tittit fitr rrata. I havl a i-otigb ltaU ti-as'
' i mi' a tfrrat lal -aa .. ii,- riti I weat isj
'ml. lj soiHrtita fallnl. I iM tXm ami weal-.
Mj noetrilt r).iatl tlht two 't,u. .Ui mj Ml
tai tirratlia Uirotiitli tnv nswuth. 1 took colti arltai
tnery r)iene of wratUrr antl . I eil wtaster
"I saw wtifrr mu i nrpil Jtffrie of t'loaad nne
trils aii'l t li Ljgf lit mat ne ynn ctiuld help mi
Htnce lit IwCoi Uratel Mr. Johosoai ke re
.-ria ttiet liat ituatiUa era upen a tail he cam wleai
with bis mouth aoAfsrl. His aittlte hag r
tiirtiawl. He grts Up IP tbe um nun, mlawl aVaVl
Ills ' " li la nt rl ell son. Mr JabnenS it
alily iiue jrer o( ainl rrii.iea el 74 UMlgswl
I hers mavW dlt-orry la the tteetaen4 M
has t i.uism si. i tlMriicee Willi Ii 1 rtinaMtf an las
IMirtaiit iiut, M .iiaM.ufi (toes tmmj with lb
iiei'eeiltv ot , auiii instrmtirita Into the ear
tulsas, witt'ti in. ua if. si ..ii. . " I unaetWertor.
re I'Slnf id sift Inatcewl of i-nring die
hee ofifn fortvt It farther up into the eft
How Important mv ni.-r'i -i trra-m-nt (
thy shown in Hie csef ' ilr Hrown.
When Mr. W. It. Hrown Mret uitnaiiltesl m tie
sejil Mj hearing he lasi fje.l iti-. 1HS3. He,
erel )rin after 1 ftrst teiae hard of IsssUtnc I
!-" ( n ' nolstw in my sere. The eoonde H
ii, ligut ear were Use the taintog at a beU, r.u i
Dtr uoisr In mj ltt aar was like was bejggsirif
My ttrantkg gt tkstl that lasuple Iged to IPtai
rery i ' ' 1 me, arel I vtnuM hare to ask tii.
two nr threa tlaea ofrr to find nut what 'her w. rs
aaliig Yfu aa Jurlge how irsf i was wlxm I t.
ou that in ortler to lwsr mr ilttle alarm cWmIi to
tell whitther a waa rit.mng 1 bad to wwas it ngui
up t a. iii tuy ear."
Mr. Itruwn waa plared a ruler my sikethod eff treat,
metit, anl fi"rts u.at bla heariOgt s far tin.
aroel that he can now bear bis aTarm i lock U-'.
wlurh Is in dis kttiJetni whits lying In bad, a
tatice thirty foet Tha mLare wtiitah oonataatv
tpnit'lt! iiim liavs dlsa,snsarad. He says thai I.
liears iwetter now than na lias Mace i via Mr
lirown ia H yam of age aod naaVlea at 2tU N asset.
This U who I am and what I have doae
I gra'luated In mediriae lu Nsw York Ul Ii7V
I wss the ufiie winner la my ilaaa. I ua tti
i . .in,. i it n i asaminatiiiii the poaltioa of ubyatoaga
Ui Mellus Ui'S.ital. ehers I acned la Iifl? gad
Th following Intrniew with Prof. Looagtt waTI
esi'laln - a' ha ttwiiiaht of me:
'New York World Hept. t. ISM )
"Prof. Uiomla off the I nlveraltr aff
New York, the erea lal let. eaJd. la
alludlna to niedl-ai roea who adver
il' Ire. Mrf'ot. for last ante, la aa
aide man, well rdm-aled. a thoeuaah
etdrntlat and a flrst-rlaaa ohratrlaa.
He la a graduate f llrllevue lliiaallaal.
he advertUee, does an linmenae bual
aawa. and U dolaa rourh tood.' '
If wgg atiffer fran t'luared iioatrlla, dlseawad u i
tnis gf an going 'Irsff, or lurs head wagea or
lr lanat. I ' UiiAk my training and eauer'
n si. ; nu- me a ar -1 doctor, I will be
i ;rsas1 u have rlsit my offuw. It will ooal
you irii'tilng for an a. i.i.. .;)". eml adnoe.
If you rraifla ouiania of the city writ, ma and
I will avrnd uu my laieet ''.. juat pubJJatswd.
DR. J. C. McCOY
213 Flat Iron Building
Broadway and Sid St.. Nsw York
II i - - Muiiday. Wednesday and Ttiday I A, at
tn M P M Tuvstley. Thuradey and Ha.urday d
A M. to I. M Himuajr, 10 A. M to 12.
riothe help to mak a fellow a "big
hug." People will always respect you
mora if u kep right up to dane In
our (Mothea for Men. Woman and
Children will alve you th appearance
of havliia had your cloth made le
or-ler liecaus they aro nuule by high
si. i,i- tallore.
Don't Need Cash
Just $1.00 a Week
at atther of our two stores.
FULL LINE FURS. FUR COATS.
2274 i'Av. 7 w MSL
nci. i sad
th llet. Blh a sta lis.
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