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I Mr Mfillrl I A II
Hid 2-Tound Key of River
head (L.I.) Prison Door in
AUTO WAITED FOR HER.
Took Carefully Packed Grip
Along and Went Back
sensational escape of Reynolds
from the Tombs Dale to tn-
SafnMoance by comparison with th Mlt
of Mas Bother Harrla. talented spinster,
fragm tha new 1280, OOO Suffolk County
Mil at Rlverheed, L I.
lfarabrey. murderous bad man, 'might
hkl way through stsel walla and barred
wtaoowa by brute force and running,
bat the highly civilised and artlatlo
Maas Harrla, wbo has a polios record
Jjombroso could weave a poem out of,
debonairly through two half-
i ateel doom, daintily raised the port-
and atappsd out to a waiting;
Incidentally ana oerriod with her har
typewriter and all oar luggage, not for
eTettlng to look all 'he doors after her
a a return for oourtsatea of the prison
offldeJa and tha poltts Sheriff, Mr. Mel
rlHs K. Brash. It would have bean tn
eenatdsrats to a degree to have dsUv
srad tha entire Jail.
DID SHE MESMERIZE THE TURN
KEY WITH MAOIC TALISMAN T
Helen I .owe 11, of "The Red Pet-
' oomtpaiiy. who mads the corn-
it upon which the vanishing Mtae
1a was arrested last May, deolared
to-dar, after she heard of the remark -
atHe eacaps that she believed that the
talented Esther had hypnotised the Jail
Barther Harris had been Mtas Lowell's
housekeeper In the actress's summer
TMt near Rlverhead for six wesks In
tha fall of 1311. She had auddenly
passed out of the rllLa with $1,500 worth
of Jewelry, among the baubles a Taa
manlsn voodoo cem. whloh la alleged to
son tain myatlo props rtlea
Tha wearer of this atone called by
aha at aorta of Taetnanla 'Una Magic
believed to posssss mesmeric
rs whloh should enable her to
through fifty steel doors If not
through waHs of aoUd masonry.
MOTORED AWAY PROM JAIL IN
THE SMALL HOURS,
ay. investigation of this Rlvertiead
asnentlon. though, la not likely to rs
veal that tha "best dressed and most
refined woman tn Jail" achieved any
M la the nature of an ocoult get
aystaJT. Tne faoto of Bather Harris's escape
are Just comma; to Mgut- It at now
known that (tie woman motored away
from there between midnight and S
o'clock yeaterday morning. Turnkey
Arthur Howell was on guard In the
beautiful new. sarong, silver-plated,
nloale-plated, open Plumbing, hot and
cold bathe, ahowara. needle apraye and
tastelataa floored Jail for whloh the tax
ayars of Suffolk Oouoty had oontrlbuted
one quarter of a million dollara
But cheer up. Suffolk folk. Miss Harrte
la only aha sixth prisoner to walk out
of your de luxe prison.
and these six sseapsa have, after all.
bean spread ovsr several months.
CAREFULLY PACKED GRIPS, PRE
PARING POR EtCAPE.
Tas. Turnkey Howell was on guard,
making bis rounds up and down tha
corridors, up and down tbs four flights
of stairs. Jangling his ksys and mum
bling ths hours and analog in stsrso
typed phrase "All's well I"
Xd& all waa wall with Miss Harris
yon betohat Without tha aid of tha
matron aha hooked on her ellkatlne
-ewer, buttoned her patent leather
shoes and aojuetea ner moior veil.
refaUy and erven meticulously aha
bucked bar luggage In two large grips.
listened her typewriter In Ha oaee and
smiled te herself ana wafted to
the eweet Janata of the turnkeys
.keys flnette to the dtetenoe.
When the Jhagie aeoame low enough.
ISIles Tls 1 1 at saiiBgneo ugmiy aanaaxag
laj how angry Dlotnot-Attornay Oreen
IfrouM be after en hat work over those
,.we grand larosay inpiownsnia outsit,
There waa barely the faint murmur
of Howell's keys to disturb the sllenco
of Mlaa HarrWa tier on the second floor
when she deftly opened her cell door.
PRONT DOOR OP THE JAIL
WASN'T LOCKED BY WARDEN.
Opening the cell door -was no effort as
It was never looked. The cell Is situated
,. tf Mmn,iui,t Mor ireal b
L- . .m. ,r The
RlWfUWa " "
other three oella wore empty, and omoe
rba compartment door was opened there
nag only one barrier to confront thoee
eeeMatT liberty another grilled door.
Taw front door of the Jail was never
looked by Wat-den OonkHng. There
resjfcy didn't seem to be anv use to took
up ths portaOs when there were suah
other tremendous doors to confine Mrs.
OenMmg's sruestk In thelT DBgeS,
IT to now known that the elderly but
anlnstar Miss Karris le
fifty-two, ssvere-looklng but elegant In
her ohotcs of attire must have had In
her possession the big key that opens
these two prison doors. It Is a two
pound key, with twelve slots to tumble
tha twelve tumblera in the locks. There
alb only rve such keys 1n existence,
said Sheriff Brush to-day. One the
Sheriff has, another reposes with War
den Cordcltng. FA Brush, the RheilfTe
son, has another, and the two others
Sato entrusted to ths turnkeys. One of
it ThoM Red Croat
IN MAGICAL ESCAPE
kk get saa. aaia
'3' - '''"'s,f
iiare rie unmarried women tne itignt
"Surely the Most Foolish
of all the Many Fool
ish Conventions That
Ruin Human Joy ts
the Decree That Women
Must Wait Passively to
Be Wooed," Declares
Maud Churton Braby.
Evening World Readers,
Whether They Agree or
Disagree With the
Author of the Quoted
Sentiment, Are Invited
to Express Their Views
on the Interesting and
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
Shall women propose marrl&geT
While other young women In England have been devoting their talents
and energies to smashing windows, Mlai Maud Churton Braby haa achieved
a book In which she hat' undertaken to demolish the venerable tradition
. embodied in tha lines, "She la a
Ml V QUA GREELEY- SMITH
woman the right to ask a man's hand
"Be mine!" she might exclaim or, If she
had a passion for prsclse statement,
"Let me be yours. Mortgage your life
or at any rate your pocket book to
love and eupport me forever. Though
your love may langulali, a beneficent
law will see that your alimony doesn't.
So be my hunbend. Name the blessed
these Ave keys must have aided 1u ths
DESCENDS TWISTY STAIRCASE
AND UNLOCKS ANOTHER DOOR.
Whoever furnished the key. the fact
remains that once out of her apartment
on the second floor of the, prison Esther
Harris descended a twisty etalrcase and
unbelted another marvel of the lock
snath's art. thus making the nay olear
to the open doors of the Jail. Sheriff
Conokllrig slumbered sonorou-ily in his
quarters tn the rear of the women's
oompartments on the second floor.
Ths faot that Mies Harris went book
for her typewriter was gleaned from a
comrade lady prisoner who was sleep
ing In a lower tier with one eye open.
This prisoner, facing a petty ohargs,
has a keen sense of humor and was
highly amused. She made no outcry
and euppreased her laughter. It was
perfectly awfully Jolly to watch Mlaa
Bather making such a auperb gateway.
Miss Esther puffed and blew it little
as she lugged that typewriter down
and out to the front step. You
know a typewriter can be aw
ful heavy. And she puffed i
some more and blew some more as she
carried down those heavy grips. But
ehe was aure of the alow, methodical
and painstaking dharaoter of TurnUsy
Howell, and did not really hurry very
When ehe got her crips down to the
front stoop ehe still had time to go
back and look all thoss doora
"doo'-by. Hlas Esther." whtopered
the lady with the one eye open, and
Mlaa Esther whtopered bank:
"Goo' -by, dearie, sorry oaa't take y
along, but guess you sen Us It up any
time you wanter blow."
They tossed kisses to saoh other
through ths gloom, otted looks stllthed
Into piece, and Miss Bather had gone.
As naher Harris stood alone In ths
oMU silence of tthe night, with the win
try blasts enarllng round the prison
walls she looked out Into a black vista
of naked treos and su.i&tty liotisee. It
was "crool" weather and the outlook
was depressing, yet. notwithstanding,
Kuther um'.led. Presently she grinned,
for there wss borne to her ears ths
! Prrlng pulsation of
'silent six," a
large, upholstered car of ths latest
make, "a little old next ear's car," as
you might say With the Flapper In
Out of tho ebon shadowa emerged
Esther's car. Swiftly and silently It
drew up to the prison gates, and awlrt
ly and silently strong arms lifted
Esther and hsr "mil:" and luggage Into
the soft smbrace of the tonneau.
DEAR OLD ARTHUR WAS TEST
ING A RADIATOR.
As the notorious and adroit Mlas Har
ris drew her sable wraps around her
and hissed to the chauffeur, "All srpeed,
John," she turned her head to glance
at the receding walls of that large and
expensive jvl Hhe waived her hand
gayly and cried out on ths or lap Bight
"Bo long, you dear old open-work dar
ling. I hate to leave you. Tou cer-
talnlv have the nicest lot of men run
ning you that ever catered to a lady's
Arthur Howell, turnkey, might hava
caught a wont of two at this had he
THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER
to Become Highwaymen of
Copyright. 11J. by The Proa rSibllsblng
woman, therefore to be wooed; the
la a woman, therefore to ba won."
Aocordlng to Miss Br&bv woman haa,
equally with man, the right to woo
and to win. In other words, women
should and ultimately will propose
marriage. What do you think
Has every unmarried woman the
rlpht to constitute herself a high
wayman of the heart, a feminine
Dick Turpln haunting the broad
heath of masculine affection and,
less moderate In her demands, re
quire upon pain of death her vic
tim's money AND hit life?
For this under our present social
system describes the condition which !
would be brought about by giving
It may sound Has bnrlesqns, bat
nevertheless It le the only thing for
the persistently old-fashioned wom
an to do. n to, la fact, ths logto
of her alt nation. If woman's isslsa
he indeed bounded on the north by a
carpet sweeper, on the south by a go-
stuck his hand out erf one of ths prison
windows snd cupped his hand behind
his ear. But Arthur was busy testing
the rsdlstors so as to be surs that ths
dear prlaonerH would bs comfy In their
cells. Arthur hesrd nothing, suspected
nothing, dreamed nothing absolutely
not a thing, until daylight did appear.
And when Arthur got wins It la said the
charming man swooned.
It Is not difficult to Imagine the oon
stematlon that accrued to Sheriff Brush
and District-Attorney Oreen when they
learned that Mies Harris hsd gone end
beat M. Not even the faot that ehe had
locked up after her served in the least
to assuage tbolr bitter feeling.
She was a very Important prisoner,
was Bather woman charged with
m-iny bold and Ingenious robberies.
ThTe were two grand larceny Indict
ments tigalnst her, and Prosecutor Oreen
considered that he had an open-end -eniut
rase under both Indlctmenta
ESTHER IS A BULLY HOUSE
Mlas Eathsr Harris has sometimes
been known as Mlas Kllsabeth A. Well.
She formerly occupied expensive quar
ters In the Hotel Woodward on Broad
way. The Murrolk county complaint
against her Is that she robbsd Mlas
Daisy Armstrong and Miss Helen
Lowell, leading woman In "The Red
Petticoat" company, of several thousand
dollara worth of Jswslry.
The actresses have a summer villa at
Bast Northport, U I. aad It was Just
tneir poor roriuns to engage ansa war-
rls as a housekeeper last toil. Bather
was a dandy housekeeper, according ts
Miss Lowell bat she didn't stay long.
Tea, and when she went shs packed up
everything of any considerable value In
Ths versatile ttothsr le also accused
ef robbing Mra Julia S. Booker of
Mount Vernon of a largs amount of
property. Miss taiara L. Brighton of
Asbury Park says that Miss Harrla ds
prlvsd her of a largs sum and sought
to swindle her of hsr entire estate. And
there are other, many and divers com
plaints against Miss Harris.
MENS & BOYS' CXOTfflNaHATS & FURNISHINGS
An early revision of prices in
our Men's fancy mixture Sack
Suits has brought several hun
dred very attractive suits down
Fancy Cheviots and Worsteds.
Xstor, Place &l Foyxrth AvenueJ
ISUBWAV AT Trie DOOR-Orst BLOCK PROM BROAD WAV'
Company (The New York World).
oart, ob ths east by a eoek booh and
on the west by a gulf of dishwater.
If her only legitimate Job Ues la
marrying, oaring for a house and
bringing ap a family, U all her
training should be to fit her for this
occupation, than, Indeed, aha has
every right to propose marriage, and
this i Ighltsk n nlii bs taken aa mash
fot granted aa hsr brother's tight to
go oat and look for a Job or to It
himself for a ohossa profession.
If housekeeping ts rightfully womin't
only profession, then she should bs priv
ileged to apply openly for a Job, to
seek boldly for an employer otherwise
In other words, the loglo of the shrink
ing steterhood leads thsm directly to a
proceeding from which more advanced
femininity must shrink tn horror.
WHEN A WIPE WILL BE A PRICE
Some thns ago a philosophic reader of
The Bvenlng World communicated his
opinion that the struggle for existence
has become so fierce that eventually a
wife will be the most precious luxury
of ths very rich ; that a hundred yenrs
or so from now only one womsn In ten
will find a husibend.
Now there are, as usual, two horns .o
ths dilemma, this prophet foretells.
Either women must all become self
supporting and continue so after msr
rlage, or they must bs permitted to look
for the Job of wife snd mother, for
which they feci themselves qualified.
Ths ohlef objection to proposals
by womsa apart from that In
stinctive aversion to saoh avowals
which all of ns prof see aad sosae
of as feel is ths question of sap
port It Involves. Eliminate support
and the only thing that remains Is
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
PROPOSAL AND COURTSHIP.
I confess that this might oonstttute
n Insuperable barrier to the sxercls.
. proposing privilege.
I confess that I have no quarrel with
the pr soent social law that the actual
offer of marriage should be mads by
lb men. But we all knew, so far as
actual courtship Is concerned, what
dead letter It le. The form remains,
but the aplrlt has fled from It. Why
take away from man this last empt
prtrUege? I have said before that 1
believe the passive role of woman In
courtship Is basic older than all lawx.
social and actual that It 1s ths change
leas law of her being as IneradloabP
j.ii;,,jib . i. ' tt a. 11 1 ' 1
aaaaaaa. J ""Sjfcosr.
ij the HijyMM OP
In a militant suffragette ns In our Aral
.mother. However, Miss llraby. the ad
vocate of proposals by woman, is wait
ing to he heard. You may not share
her views any more than I do, but you
will find them Interesting. Hhe says:
WHY SHOULD WOMEN WANT TO
"Surely the most foolish of all the
many foolish conventions that ruin hu
man Joy Is the decree that women must
wall passively to be wooed. Now. why
should they? Why can't they be natural
and honest and show thely feelings' Why
must they he Mmpsnad to act an Indif
ference quite foreign to them? 1'erlmps
some of you hold wltiti Shaw and Shake
speare that they don't wslt to he wooed.
Some of them certainly don't. Oenerally
speaking, however, few women, even
m wadays, have the ptuok to go dead
against a convention of this sort, which
has such a tremendously Mining hold on
the invneeiillne sense of fitness. Person
ally, I think, all this sort of thing should
he mutual, Just ths asms conditions for
each, and tile man and woman lo meet
each other half way. Why not? Some
one wlfl say that to lo this would lessen
woman's chnrm, and so on. Well, my
ansaer Is: If woman's charm Is to de
Dend on this Idiotic (invention that men
nave created around her namely, that
ha s a perfectly cold, passive, negative
i reature who v. tits In a state of sua
pended animation, as It were, until man
coridesci nds to make her DOOM allvs
the. sooner the modern feminists Invent
some more reasonable tradition of charm
he better for us all."
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COMEAGAIN!' SAYSlTOWIBS KEEPERS
Mr. Greenherjr.s Diamond Safe
Was Blown, but Me Made
Good Pro!it on the Deal.
YEGGMEN LEFT POOLS.
Jeweller Fijjures They're
Worth More Than Damage
Done, For He Lost Nothing.
Two dapper looking gentlemen hired a
room last week In the newly renovated
flve-atory building on the northwest onr
nsr of t'anal street and the flowery
and were to move In to-day. when the
rent began. Both were well d leased,
easy In their tnnjir'ers, affable and evi
dently men of the world. They were In
the Jewelry hiilne-s. they sal. I, and se
lected the room next tu th office of
Hall (Ireenbera at) the t'anal street aide
The sgent thought the big room fronting
on the Hnwery would bs more to their
liking, but thoy preferred the proximity
to Oreenberg. They were (lien the key
to the toom and also ihe key to the
Sail Oreenberg. their next door neigh
bor, Is also tn the Jewelry business and
carries an extensive line of diamonds
and watchsa The dapper looking gen
tlemen lost no lime lest night In con
necting up with ilreenbetg. They re
moved the plsster, sawm! awav the
j laths and a hut Mole In the wall opened
the way Into lr enherg's.
MH. OREENBERG OETS A
The especial Joy of Mr. ilreenherg.
outside of his line of Jewelry, Is his
two big safes, fine vsejgha two tons
and the other exactly I.ITI ihjuihIh.
The dapper looking men examined Ihe
safe. With neatness and despatch
they blew off the outer doora of the
diamond and watch depository and
wrre k in on r;m inner uoors, prs-
pnralory to unhinging them, when they
got a "rumble." tu the parlance of the
yegflrnen, n "rumble" Is a noise wtiloh
Indicates that some oat Is coming. The
noise must have been the working of
their consciences. Nobody was com
ing st all Hut tliev didn't wslt to
lutve this verilied. They went bnck
Into their hole and downstairs and out
the front door.
It was fortunate for Mr tlreenberg
that he wasn't suffering from heart
disease when he rsSjCnSa his office thke
morning, for this In what he aaw:
The heavy doors of his besutlful two
toa safe were In the m.ddla of Ihe floor,
one nil: hanging by a hinge. Three
three foot Jimmies, pouitsn st one end
and having a clsw at the other, a brace
and several drills and a small motor
were isled In a heap There were two
steetfio aires, to one of which was
attnieicd a frosted bulb The bulb was
lOVsrod o thai only the smallest peep of
light was exposed. Two or three per
cussion caps and a lot of aoap were on
t ie floor. The soap had been uaed In
greasing the doors of the safe, i he men
had worked very leisurely and thor
nUsTnly. The shades were drawn, ao that
they might not he Interrupted.
MR. OREENBERG MAKES $14.20
IN THE DEAL.
Tenderly Mr Oreenberg opened ths
Inner doors. His diamonds smiled up
to til in and his watc hes ticked their
thankfulness. They were still going.
They weren't gone. When Mr. Oreen
berg opened another little drswer, he
said: "Ah!" ami a great beam of satis
faction Illumined his features. He had
TELL GRAND JURY
OF VIS1TST0 HYDE
Inquiry Made Into Reports That
Friends Called on Him
WHITNEY ON THE STAND
Investigation Regarding the
Cell "De Luxe" Is Said to
Be Near Completion.
After examining Commissioner
Correction Patrick Whitney for more
than sn hour tr. Magulre. Tombs phy
stolen, and chre night keepers of the
Tombs ths John loe Oraud Jury, which
has been Inquiring Into the faots con
cerning reported favors shown to for
mer ?lty Cham be I lain Charles II Hyvl
adjourned their InvesngHtron st noon
to-day until 11 o'oloi k to-morrow morn
It was expected that the Irani .liny
w il,i submit Its presentment koverlng
the Inventlgalon of llde's resilience In
he Tombs ami other allegi-d Irregii
iHiiiles in the oondiH t of the prison to
Justice Ooff to-day. Now It Is said
that several ksve may elapse liefore
that body Is erady to hand up lis find
ings Commissioner Whitney was examined
as to all Ihe city's penal Institutions,
so It was understood, and particularly
of the arrangements In his ontoe -which
give Deputy Commissioner William
Wright complete control over the
Tonnbe. Mr. Magulre waa asked to sub-
nnl a report to the Oraiid Jury out
lining all the needs of Improvements In
sanitation, Ac, In the Tonil.s
INQUIRIES ABOUT NIOHT VISITS
When Keeper M.ilonev. nlghl watch
man of the Tombs, ww JJsd It w.n
pretty well known that the .Town Doe
Investigators Intended running down
the persistent report that If de had
bemi allowed to receive ulglit callera
ontrsry to the '1 omns rigid rule ex-
cluslng all visitors after 5 o'clock. Thai
the Oraad Jury hsd heard this rumor
sod anticipated Its investigation wee
fnrsbadowed on the first day rsf Ita ses
sion in th Tombs inquiry last Wed
nesday when tile Tombs visitors' hook
was called for. The book records the
hours when vtsttOrt entered end de
parted from the prison.
Night Keepers Carney and Davis
were ordered to report to the Orand
Jury room to follow Malruiey Into the
presence of that tribunal.
Two reporters of the Kvenlng Journal
ore also subpoenaed to appear and
explain the source of a report appearing
In that paper yesterday to th effect
that Joseph O Ilooln frequently at
tended the theatre at night when he
was a (prisoner In Ihe Tembs.
'BI IB A BtAWTX.A P71. "
lids Is the Inviting title of the great
aong hit at Weber A fields s Music
Hall, flie words snd music of which
will be featured III the Magasine of
next Huifday'e World. Forewarned is
forearmed Order next Sunday's World
from our nssredsaler In advance.
left between t0 snd 190 in cash ths
Right before. The yegginem had left It.
Suing up what the ssfs crackers had
left In thalr hurried exit and estimating
the damage to the doora, Mr. Oreenberg
ftgured out that ha waa just lt.:0
ahead of the nocturnal expedition.
"livery night they can do that," hs
aald, rubbing his hsnds, "aad I will
leave the doors open for them.
To Have Clogged NostrUt
Your nottrils cttch the disease-
ftrms and dirt that are in the air you
nrearne. II your nostril are closed
the (ermi of disease collect In your
nasal passage! and set up r.n irrita
tion. This Is called catarrh. The r-
rltatlon produces a discharge. Tm
dlschargt it loaded with germs. Your
nostrils being clogged up, you cannot
Mow out the discharge in the nttarai
way. The annoyance of chokedVup
nostrils causes you to free them In any
way vou can. You find that you can
draw the discharge backward Into your
throat. This It called hawking, and a
disgusting, unnatural and unsafe prac
tice, and gives the breath a bad odor.
Ih-swlns disease fens f -n the n-wtHls bast
Isto the thmet hrinss a drafnws. ttrrnet disease -tnd
liiist ntaisese. It deoeml. el''-tttier apes
hit sort ef enrn too ,lrs foe your sestiPs
Into Wsir " e ,1 what 'le- yen sdll roalfest,
tn ens It will remit in .Infuses. In another head
S itftas, in Stfce-her rflsrhltffini -sr. la etsers
l i mat disease In otlieri hrtmrhttls. la etasrJ
;in-imnn!l, ait.1 In srt'l nth.Ti ttlreiiloetl.
Most casrs of deafness and lung dip
ease start from a closed, dry or dis
charging nostril. Here is the reasos-.
Your nostrils are supplied with per
fect air filters. These structures stwrht
all the dust and germs out of the air
vnu take. K your nostrils are open trad
healthy the disease germa are caught
and entangled in the natural secTt
tlnns of the nose, as flies are caught on
stick v pastor, Once caught in Sto
nostrils, the germs are blown out. If
vour nostrils are dry and sore, the dis
ease germs are ncA caught at all, bat
pass right on to your ears and lungt-
Sat sssasatai l fteelna rl sns.1 m'rl:.
deefnss sji.i . i rnlaas snd hesiins enrs pie
in in- nnmnint- I ires. I -ute snir narcr
it-Mlytti fhe best nay ui SS lata I ran '
five ths neitrtlt sithotit mttree sear Itie
isirtant T'lrtunsi t-h.it see created b aatsrar'
le atratn dust end arrmi nut of the ah-. ar
ofties la at 111 KljHnn rtn.l.tlni and tar hnSKS
sre W A. If, In S I' M l Wadn.allT ssd
rtlJlf. and flow I A M t i S P. M otter safe.
Clogged Nostrils Cured
Wlsn Mr frank Harold flrit mnMUted Ssf
lei aald- "Mr noitrlU Im Isither-d rss for flee
years. I to,,- eol-1 ran n. . en I when I 4to
in. uois n . il,l , :.,aa t.llit. Mr left noatrll ess
r'd til the time. Mr nnttrili wrnild shut an
light Mint I i-mild sot hlo trit ths .liri,arsas
that formad li. leSSX, anil these passed tisrk Into
si t:iroet. I a e I I not ametl "id less
anMi of la te. I t-ai- tn airs;- wllh at
nse.t;t upas. If 1 Si Intj a h-l. rl. nns i
feel as If I Weill amotlitr. isw wliera )ii
insrale.l na J " aoetrde, ao I tlentelit wet
raislil tne else to help me." Sses Ireatiue Mr
II. - l i he ra porta that hie SSatnla are new fare
and ots-n all the time H slaena Itli hit month
cloned and Ida leat eema of smrll anil taeta has
rammed. Sir. llanild liars at ISS gni at , :
I hsaa derslnued a methnd ef beetles deafness
end hred nolaee and diw herelnst sera that tStasa
away with operations anil the use of IseUuawnts.
How tanertsnt at an-' -l of trrataaeat le trttl
he .isrwi m ths rase ef Mr. Brows.
Whaa Mr. W It Rmna flret roseulte me a
in. "My tieerlai ha- bees tied aiare IsgR
several years .her I rttu heaeae bass or asanas
I i Men to notice solars In nry asm. The sosnSe
d arr ties' ear were like the tapping of a bsD,
end the noire In my left ear was like taws Bea
alns My li.ertnx sot ao bed the! people hsd ts
epreb rrry IlJ"d to BBS, Bad I wsuld have to eat
llioru two or flwre titers ever tn Sad no! wtSt
Uirv w-e serins. Yea ran Jutlae how deaf I
exs when I tall yea tliat la oeaW to hear any
attls slsrst ,-tn,-k to tell whether It wee isinsras
I had tn pes It right up dees ts sar ear."
Sir. Brows was tdaerd under my method of
treatment and roiasrts that hla hearing has so far
lanroeed that be can now hear hie alarm cloek
gck, which le In tke Mtehrn, while Irtaf ra bed.
s illatani-e of thirty fast. Tne notaee whien emu.
erantlr troubled turn bare dUapeeafed. Ms ens
that be hear better now thes he Itaa else leSJS.
Mr. Brosm la es ream o ess aad raw) lea si taa
Naeua si , Brnuktys.
If yen Baiter from clnssel sostrtls. dUsasad
mstrlla ee ere going deaf, or tare heed noises
tn As throat, and too think my train ras aad
eiperlsnee ahould Biaha me B SDSsl doctor, I wfll
be piraeea to Base run run tsty snw. if wXB
cost you nothing for sn assiatsatlan aad ad lies,
ir you reside mined the dtr srrite as seat
I will tsrsd you my latest best. Just pobltowd.
DR. J. C. McCOY
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Broadway and 3td St.. Now Ye
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