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TK1 WORLD, 8ATtTlfT, J A Hit ART 4, tlS.
FOR HIS STAND AS
Democrats From All Sections
. Approve His Defiance
ALBANY, Jan. .-0peee recognition
of Qov. Sulser's leadership at eh Dmo
cratle party cam to him la various
tors Stack of telea-ram from all parti
M Um Htete, many of ttism balm from
Tammany man, tndoraed Ms deUrtntn.
Hon to cojt the Oemocrmtlo leader
hi and to dispute tb rlht of any
M to take It from him aa lone aa b
to Governor of th .state.
Tha Ooveroor would not add anything
to hi declaration of Thursday, nor was
anything needed to cauae a greater sen
eatlon than did hla frank avowal of hi
dertalon to acoept r. sponslblllty for tha
conduct of party affair during hla term
Of office But 'he made It plain during
an Interview with a delegation of Troy
ragular organisation Democrat!, headed
by Jo Murphy and John T. Norton,
(hat he would not take aldaa In any
factional light over patronage or con
trot of th local machine.
Ha warned Murphy and Norton to
fcssp tholr hand off th factional row
In Albany County and said he would sea
to It that "Packey" MrCabft. the
Tammany regent for Albany, did not
mix up In any Rensselaer row.
He went even further than thla 1n
emphasising hi determination to resent
dictation from any quarter or tn take
side In any factional quarrsl, whether
local or Statewide. He repeated his
statement that he will he glad to con
fer with any Demoorat In the Rtate, no
Blatter what faction he may represent
WILL HAVE NO PART IN ANY
"Mr. Murphy, the leader of Tammany
1 nail," he said, "and Mr. Osborne, rep
resenting the hostile faction, will both
be welcome to see me either In the
Executive Oflloe of the Capitol or at the
Executive Mnnslon. I have no other oh.
Ject In view In arx-entlnic the expressed
wish of the Tlemo ratlc voters of ths
State at the November election that I
be their leader than to promote the In
terest of the Democratic party and glv
the people of the Plate as good an ad
ministration a I can.
"I believe that I am expected to he
th Judge of the sort of administration
that they want and I shall not ba
swerved by the wlahe of any partisan
leader. As for mixing up In factional
politic, it 1 furthest from my purpose.
I do not believe I would he justified in
taking aide tn tha row tn Albany and
flenairlHer Counties any more thsn I
would In sld'nz with any faction In New
Tha Governor's declaration of Inde
pendence I likely tn have a pronounced
effect upon ths organisation of ths Sen
ate committees next week. There Is
ry good reason to believe that he will
Una up with I.leut.-Oov. Glynn In the
Baaat Judiciary Committee wrsngle.
Cp-dtate Senators who have talked with
both the Oovernor and the Lieutenant
Governor say the two offlclala will throw
their Influence against the selection of
Ssaator Stlllwsll of the Bronx a Chair
man on the ground that b 1 a Tarn
In the organisation of the two house
Tammany haa monopolized all of the in.
fluantlal posts, Including- that of th
leadership of the Senate and the Chair
manship of the Finance, the Codes snd
tha cities Committees. Over in the As
sembly Tammany has the Speaker, the
majority leader, the Utiles Committee,
and will have the Cities Committee and
all of the other Important subsidiary
HIS INVESTIGATORS TO BEGIN
I tha interest of fair play the Gov
ernor and Lieutenant-Governor Incline
to ttie view that the element not directly
allied with Tammany Hall should bs
4 recognised In the distribution of chair
manship and patronage.
, For th Inquiry Into Stat depart
ments by the commission appointed
by Gov. fluli T the Legislature on
Monday will be asked to provide 150.
000. Th Inquiry Into the administration
In the Stats departments will begin on
Chairman Carlisle and Commissioner
Delaney will select the third commis
sioner. After the Investigation of th Kxs-i-tJve
ofllce the National Guard will prob
ably be looked Into, with particular ref
erence to the Vcrbeck-O'Kyan dispute.
Tb hearing before tb commission
will be public.
Gov. Sulier says that if the commis
sion desires he will take the stand to tea
tjfv twibllclY to charges he believes
should be brought. W. A. Clark, a New
York newspaperman with long experl
aag In State and municipal affairs, has
tXn appointed secretary to the Investi
STOLE A BUTCHER SHOP.
DROPPED IT IN OHASE.
Pair, Fleeing With Thirteen Pork
Loins, a Ham and a Shoulder,
Halted by Shots.
Detective Relf of the Clymer street
station tood shivering in ci doorway
at Broadway and Wythe avenue, Brook
lyn, early to-day, raying thing about
the "butoher shop burglars," whoe re
cent activities had bsen so marked
that Inspector Murtlia had Instructed
Mm to patrol all night and guard
Two men passed him. One, despite
the old wind, carried Ida overcoat,
wlilcb spread over the arm of both
men, and when Keif manifested curios
ity, started to run. Relf chased the
two men toward the river, and wis
Joined by Policeman Slieedy. Once the
dstaOtlVI atopped. The fugitives had
abandoned the overcoat an dtlie thir
teen loins of pork, the ham and the
pork shoulder which it had concealed
got mixed up with Relf feet.
After shot had been fired ever their
liuuda Hie men were caught at Bedford
avenue ind South Ninth street. When
thsy reached the station house om
I;alnta already were there from Toback
and Leltner, who missed thirteen loins
of pork from their shop at No. 106
Grand street, and from Kdward HelKel
uf No. Wjlhe avenue. Iteigcl suid
u hole liu.l b.-.-n cut In hi show win
dow and through it went a ham and a
The prisoner said they were Michael
Moinh.ni and Joseph aVhulndt, each
nty years old.
"Blackbirds" and "Fine Feathers"
Among the Coming New Plays
EXPERT FOUND NO ORE
IN ELK LAKE DISTRICT.
Yet Hawthorne Told Public in Cir
culars His Company's Mines
There Were Rich.
Up to Jan. 1, 1910. not a pound of ors
had been shipped out of thu Rill Lake
district, Ontario, where ulleged "mlnea"
psrere owned by Julian Hawthorn and
hla co-defendants, according to evidence
liven yesterday before Federal District
Court JudKe Hough. Hawthorne, Josiah
Qttl nay, Albert Freeman and Ur. Will
lam J. Morton are being tried on '.he
charge of using the mall to defraud.
Alfred O. Ilurrows, a geolotclat em
ployed by the Department of Mine of
Canada, gave the testimony as to the
sjbaence of ore shipment. The defend
ant had abandoned the ICR Lake prop
erly In 1009, after having told the public,
In thousands of advertising circulars,
their ore was enormously rich and large
hlpmcnta would shortly eomnu-nce.
Burrow told of a visit to Klk Lake
and said: "There was nut a tun of ors
Waahlaatoa'a I.ettrra Mlsjht Bs
Contproiulslna Thinks Wlsaer's
In the trial of A. 1.. Wlsner and Johnl
J. Meyers on tho rhnrge of using the
malls to defraud, the prosscutlon In th
Federal Court yesterdayi Introduced let-i
ters between Wlsner and Meyers, show-
Iruz them In an undesirable light. At-
torney Bert Sohleslnger for the defense
w, . i
IniHter uKk'Btlon, almost anything
might he construed.
But Judxe Ma k admitted the letters.
BILL IN CONGRESS TO END
NICARAGUA CANAL SCHEME.
"If you Introduced here the personsl r "'" '.' , , ' ;h k.
letters of WashiDgtoo or Llnciln," h. At PrOOtOT ."iTfii.J
SSJ "extendittg over a period of fifteen ffJ! U? tZtJil
year., a. yu have Introduced the Myers f"' tfZT'xi ttS
Wlaner Utters, and read them with Thrri. lh, maJn attraa.
The American Theatre will have "A
WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. Repeal of the Da.y at the Circus," Wohsrd and Mont
act that lucorporarted the Maritime Canal roe, Leap Year fMrl. Brent Hayes.
Company of Nicaragua was proposed Burns and l.'na, Boston Comedy Four
yesterday In a measure Introduced by I and others.
Representative Mann of Illinois. The 11 "
company, exlstlni: lnce U1H, has made
almost CdentlcaJ reporta each year to tho
Interior Department, sotting forth, alung
with Ha assets and liabilities, the claim
that Nicaragua unlawfully aelsed and
Confiscated the entire plants and prop
erty of the company. The company con
tends that it lute never surrendered Its
rights to construct a canal across Nica
The officers of the corporaUon are:
Henry K. Howland, President and Ohalr-
man of the . r-torate; Stewart H. Chla-
holm, VIce-Chalrman and Director; Will-
lam H. Bulwlnkle. tieoretary and Trees-
urer; Otto T. Bannard, fanner candidate
for tha Mayoralty of js w Tork city,
asnuej a. KUnr and atsraeg L. Hatokv
There Will Also Be "A Good
Little Devil" and "Joseph
and His Brethren."
LAURA IfOPR CRnWfl snd M B
Warner will appear a co-stars at
the Lyceum Theatre on Monday
evening In "Blackbirds." a comedy hy
Hsrry James Smith. The story con
cerns th plsn of a group of smugglers
to steal a valuable prayer rug from the
home of a Detroit millionaire. Ths sup
porting company Includes Ad Dwyer.
Mathilda Cottrelly, Kthel Wlnthrop,
Sydney Valentine and James Bradbury.
Kugene Walter's latest play. "Tine
Feather." will h seen at the Astor
Theatrs on Tuesday night. Th title is
explained In the character of a young
wife, living humbly on her husband's
meagre salary, who falls under the In
fluence of better dress and better living.
Vexed at the petty economies thslr In
come demands and Ibltnd to the princi
ples of business, she urges her husband
to accept a proposition to lend his ser
vices to a dishonest deal that brings
disaster. In ths east will be Wilton
Lackaye. Robert Edeson, Hag Fig-man,
Rose Coghlsn, Lollta Robertson, Amelia
Sumers and Helen Hilton.
David Belaaeo will offer his produc
tion of "A Good Little Devil," described
s a fairy play for grown-ups, at the
RopuMlc Theatre on Wednesday night.
Tho original French play written by
the wife and son of Hdmonri Rostand
haa been adapted by Austin Strong. "A
Good Little Dsvll" embodies many of
the tales and fanclea which mother and
son Invented for each other's amuse
ment during the childhood of Maurice
Rostand. Among others In the com
pany are William Norrls, Krnest Lsw
ford, Ernest Trues, Edward Connelly.
Ktlenne Olrardot. Mary Plckford, tva
Msrlln, Jeanne Towler, WUda Bennett
and Laura Grant.
"Joseph and Ills Brethren," a piny
by Louis N. Parker founded on the
story In the Book of Genesis, will
be produced at the Century Theatre
on Saturday afternoon. Mr. rarker haa
divided hi play Into four part which
ho call "The Coat of Many Colors,"
"The Temptation," "The Dream," and
"Th Deliverer." Enrh of these parts
has several scenes. One of these shows
the great Hall In Pharaoh's Palace,
another the Wells of Dothan, an oasis
In th desert. K third Is laid at the j
foot of one of the great pyramid.
Among others In the cast of flty-six
speaking parts will be Brandon Tynan
as Joseph. Pauline Frederick as Potl
phsr's wife, James O'Neill as both
Jacob and Pharaoh, Howard Kyle,
Harvey itraban, Frank lxjaee, Lily
Cahlll. Dorothy Parker, and Olive
"'Way Down Kast" begins an engage
ment at the Broadway Theatre on Mon
day night at popular prices.
"Anstnl" return to town on Monday
night for s two weeks' atsy at Maxine
For Its final week t the Thirty-ninth
Street Theaitre Annie Russell's Old Kng
lish Comedy Co:npany will present "The
Douglas Fairbanks In
the V. S. A." moves
to the Urand
comes to the
West Knd Theatre.
"The Awakening of Helena Ritchie"
will be preaented by the atock company
at the Harlem Opera House.
At the Columbia Theatre will be "The
The Murrsy Hill Theatre will offer
"Beauty. Youth and Folly."
'The Trocadero Rurlesquers" will he
at Hurtlg V Seamon's.
"The New Century Olrls" comes to
Mlnsr's Eighth Avenue Thestra At ths
People's Theatre will be Miner's "Ameri
cans." Miner' ThratTC In the Bronx
will have "Yankee Doodle Olrls."
Rose Sydell brings her "London
Belles" to the Olympic.
At Hammerstein's will be Frank Tin.
ney. Taylor Oranvllle and Laura Pler
pnnt !n "The Hyatem." Chlng I.lng Foo
and company, "The Fifteen Honey
CirlH.'' a musical skit by Albert Von
Tllaer, Andy Itlce and others.
P5va Tangtavy wll te the head!1nr at i
the Colonial Theatre. Among other on
thg bill will be May Tully and com
pany. Bert Ivy. Jurats Kelly and j
F.rnma Pollock in "Oliiger Hnaps." Nina j
Morris and company and Corelll and
At Keith' Alhanvbra Theatre, Bertha ,
Kitllch will head the hill. Othera will
lie Ida Brooke Hunt and Cherldah
tiimpson. Max snd Orth. Blxley snd
Irner atvd the Hully family.
Mme. OU;a Petrova wll be the hlef
feature at Keith's Bronx Theatre.
There will also be Kathryn Kidder In
"The Washerwoman Duchess," Ger
trude VandsrhUt and (ieorge Moore,
CoAroy and lemalre and Wilbur Mack
anfl KaUa Walker.
At Keith's union P'luare Theatre will
Mr. and Mrs. Oard-
tier franc. Mme. Artelaiae Herrmann
Louise Brehany snd Mary Ambross Ii
"Wa t lint ror .nr. iiooaer, aji uiini
lion will be "The Model of Jardln de
: Jar'.s." At Proctor'a Plfty-elghtr,
I Street Theatre "The Naked Truth" will
1 lie the chief attraction. The headllner
at the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
Irltrcet Theatre will be "The Curloa.ty
' Shop." .
HOW IT DOES x
By strengthening each organ of the
hsw4. t,. Ha !tt uwrlr nmrifr'v in,l thu.
drlv,'ng out the mpurf,, , the reason
V tLXll m.i-in. I. th. K.o
vhV f4,her JohM s J.M !5
rmway ever rrescrtoeu tar ruiming up
yra If you are run down,
I No nerve deidenlng drugs or temporary
stlmulinti to weaken tn system and
expose you to ttrtoui and fatal dlseaat
Im trail 5 SHAht
FIXED, CITY TAKES
S58,(XX),ooo or Less Com
pany's Contribution; 1S8,
000,000 or More the City's.
BUT. PROFIT IS EQUAL.
Many "Jokers" in Contract Are
Being Brought to Light
The Interhorntirh Rapid Transit
Company, under th proposed contract
for the operation of tha now subways.
Is to take no chances as to the amount
the building of the new lines Is to cost
Tha line It Is to operate are to cost
th Interborough 111,000,000 or !.
They wIM cost the city ,000,000 or
farther rssalac of tha tesoooa ooa
tract tisclosss that ah Xatsrhoroagh'a
share of ths east of ooaatroottoa Is ah
solntsly Oxed, rhU th olty's shars te
lsft depeadeat te a Slttsla extent oa la
sasaasa scat of material, higher rates
of wag-, strikes aad other d slays.
This appears to be another of the "Jok
ers" ths contract contains.
According to the estimates thst have
been made, and whldh must necessarily
be mors or Isss Inaccurate, the whole
of the new system Is to cost aiu.oon.ooo
and because the oompany la to supply
"half of the cost, tSS.Oon.OOO, and th
city the other half, the division of not
profits. Ignoring the preferential pay
ment to the Intcrhnrough, Is to bs made
on the "fifty-fifty" basis.
But from Article X of the contract It
appears that if ths cost of stool or
other material that will enter largely
Into construction work, should Increase
to any great extent during the con
struction period the city would have to
pay the difference and the company
would still get half the profits. If th
cost of steel or other material should
decrease appreciably, the company
would reap as much benefit as the city.
HOW THE INTERBOROUOH'S
SHARE 18 FIXED.
After asserting that Uie Interborough
I to contribute toward the coat of con
struction, Article X. stipulates: "Tho
amount of such contribution. Including
sll items entering Into the cost of
construction aa heretofore dxsflned,
shsll In no case be leaa than Ka.SM.Otff.
i.nli.u the total oat of ronstr uel Inn of
tho railroad shall be Isss than IllfcOM.-
000, In which event the amount of Ihs
leasee's contribution shsll he diminished
b i one-half the difference betwsn 1111 -
OOo.uOO and the total cost of construction
of the railroad, or. unless the city shall
fad to construct with reasonable
A package mokes 36 dlahea
Thorough cooking is necessary to develop the full nutriment
While other oatmeals need 2 'A hours' cooking before they are
done, H-O can be thoroughly cooked in only 20 minutes, because it
is steam-cooked at the mill.
Costs less than
1 01 tne line SMOIBM rated in th!a chap
or any atlhstatitlal pan ,. any such I
. o. If the conatrtietion of any ueh
inagtantlal pn:t sin': baeMMtt for
ny reason, in any of ffhUSh event toe
smnunt to be contributed tn th I
see toward the construction of the I
allroad shsll be diminished In the pro- !
portion whic h the estimated cost of the i
construction of such line or substant'al
part bears to the lotsl estimated cost of
From this section, it was pointed out
vesterdsy, It Is apparent that the city
la to take all the chances of construc
tion. Were the whole new system .o
cost I130,onn,nm the city would con
tribute te.OOn.OOO and the company .
Onn.onn, but the profits would still he
divided half and half. If strikes, in
ability to sell bonds or other causes
bring about a delay In the construc
tion of inv Una nr start nf a 14ne the
! . , . . . SmJ. lAa. .
oniPRll., ..pin, .-mi!... r,-i n cnr,
tribute the part of Its ttf.ono.ono which
would have gone Into that line, and
leavs the olty to finish the Job with
Its own money.
OTHER PROVISIONS ARE BEING
BROUGHT TO LIGHT.
Tate, It wan stated yaatargay, i.
another of tha ways la which tha ta
torboroaarh lawyer have safes-warded
tns latere or taetr
rot oeaf sroaoss a tho Union Ijsaa-as
Cass aad aksswhoro, aad there are
said to ha away mors sash aaavteloaa
which will alowly ha kroaght te light.
xpenses. such dsfld
corns cumulative, to b deducted from
future profits. Under the tentative
agreement thess derirlta were to hear
simple interoat only. Under th Union
Iagu Club contract they are to bear
compound Interest, for article LIT. pro
vides: Interest shall he payable upon such
defj.nts at ths actual rate payable by
the leasee or the city. In
terest upon such deficits shall eeml
annually ba addsd te and form a part
of th onsaalattT aslcita."
Thg compound Interest charge will
probably b considerable.
WIFE OF "GYP" TAKES
JOB AS A SALESGIRL
Mrs. Horowitz. Now Earning $7 a
Week Behind Counter In a
Sixth Avenue Store.
Mrs. Harry Horowltt, wife of "flyp
the Wood." the young gangater await
ing execution .In 8ln2 Sing for partici
pation In Herman Rosenthal's murder,
I working as a ssUsgtrl la a Sixth
venue department stors.
She said shs hsd bsen there only a few
days, and It was Inferred that she Is
sending Part of her 17 salary to be
spent for what luxuries are allowed
prisoner In the death house.
The young couple had plenty before
"Oyp's" arrest, but she had no Idea
whtre It was coming from. In fact,
she know little about her husband until
his record was revealed In court. After
hla arrest she pawned her Jewelry, It Is
understood, then sold some of hor extra
gowns, and last disposed of what furni
ture she possess sd.
Xiyv't" last words to her as ho kissed
her aeodby at
rang were "oo
straight, ktd; go straight. " Moon after
thst she got the et-a-week Job as
"... . . ... . ... , ... .
WOnO ff anil tTOrK Tf OnaCrS.
lll.aen.- part of the railroad
hsws ii imni re nrnciis neen me milts of s frtrsrerv
Hint niWVMil Iha n.l-m,nl a,, -,f ar.l - - - m. ' '
I.... tt nw; ,uirh. .? "
lerast on Inveitmint. operation and I !!!...,' "xrK Avenue Hot I
other unoiisM aueh n.fteit. .h.il he. nt woalthy Mr. Portar.
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Nervous wrecks die early, but the
men who do one big thing after an
other are the men who exercise com
mon sense in their eating.
Big doers learn early that the mind
and stomach cannot be overtaxed at
the same time. Simple food helps
them build strong bodies.
Make H-O Oatmeal your breakfast
mainstay. Oatmeal helped to make
your grandfather and great-grandfather
vigorous and able. It will do
as much for you.
A big dish of H-O Oatmeal each
morning will make possible a bigger
day's work for anyone.
half - cent a dish. Be sure
The H-O Cornpiny. Buffalo
M4kn U H OTforco W Hr,
BUI VALE I GUARDS
HIS $10,000 CASH
Money, It s Alleged, Is Fruits
of Forgery and Employer
Has Cold Feet.
Tlw story of a valst who found him
self with llO.ah) in CMh belonglns; lo his
employer after the smptoysr had dls
appeared, and who was too honest to
dlsappsar himself with tho money, ha
come to tight with th arrest of Nahnm
J. Hhattkln on a charge of forgery.
Hhstskln, It li said by Assistant District-Attorney
Ooorgs z. Modalls. was
the val.fs employer and the money
left with the vales is alleaarf tn hav.
employed a valet. Myron A. Livingston,
who Is sld to havs assisted "Mr. Por
ter " la get a valet. Is now under arrsat
When th valet waa duly Installed In
'IMr. Porter'" employ h was nt to
the National City Bank with a check
for llO.imo payable to cash and purport
ing lo have been drawn by the real Mr
Porter. The valst get the monay.
His smployer thsn sent him to In
Wall street house of Z in merman
Forshay to have ths mnnsy sxnhangod
for Canadian currency. II it when th
valet got back to the hotel "Mr. Porter"
A few days later the valet, who waa
waiting patiently for his employer' re
turn and faithfully guard, ng the trea
ure, received a letter from Livingston
stating that "Mr. Porter" had been hurt
!n a railroad accident and directing that
the tlO.ono be turned over tn a person
named. The valet followed instruction
in ths Utter.
Assistant District-Attorney Mrdsli
say that "Mr. Porter" disappeared ha
catiss h "got cold fast " Ha became
frightened and waa a.'rald to wait for
th return Of the vaSet with the Cana
Mr. Melalle alao says that In the
arrest of Mhatskln a step haa been taken
In breaking up a very artful gang cf
BOY OF EIGHT STABBED.
Schoolboy Flgfhl, lay Poller, hal
Vlella Uealea Ksswlsg Assallaat.
David Rsnosksy. sight years old, of
No. MS East Nlnety-ehThUi strsst, was
alabbed by another boy
hits In front
of his horns last night. The knife
entered between the hoy's rib on tho
I left side. He was
taken to tha lie
Benoskey said h did not know th
boy who stabbed him, but ths police
'say the stabbing waa the reault of a
schoolboy quarrsl. Ths boy will rs
steam - cooked I
your o. 4
Wouldn't Take a Nomination
From Murphy, He Declares,
as He Sails.
Jusl befor th liner Anurias, on
which hs Is starting for Europe to con
duct a six months' Investigation of vice
conditions, slid Into ths whltseapped hay
to-day. Raymond B. Foedlck, former
Commissioner of Accounts, admitted he
had hurlsd down ths gauntlst before
Chsrlee T. Murphy.
"I would sss Tammany in hell before
I would take a nomination for anything
from Murphy," war ths words Fosdlrk
used te the Tammany smlsssry, a dls
trlrl leader, and he reported them to
day to an Rvenlng World reporter. The
politician was told to deliver Foedlck'
masssas to his chief.
That efforts wsrs being made by
Tammany lo "reach" the young ally nf
the Aktermanlo police Investigating
committee has been rumored frequent
ly. It had been pointed out lo him. It
waa said, that the organisation ex
pected lo win the next city campaign
and that there woald be an excellent
opportunity for s young man who had
not bean led astray by reformer to
become ('resident of th Board of Al
dermen, nr perhaps Comptroller
Mr. Fosdlnk was of ths opinion, so
he said, that ths analaty of Tammany
as to hi welfare might ba grounded
on a desire to turn him aside from hla
purpose of learning how big European
cltlea manage to control their respec
tive underworld with a minimum of
"I hav nothing but prala for th
work of the Aldermaulc committee, a
when agsnt I shall conduct my Inves
tigation abroad," said Mr. Foedlck.
"Before any cvnatructlve, corrective
work may be done conditions must be
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Roy L McCarJell.
la the Metropolitan Section,
Found A Procoiol That Prevents Strikes.
In the Editorial Section.
Words and Music of "Mia Cara," a Waltz Song Composed
by Oscar Hammf rsteln.
Two Pages of "Remarkable Caricatures," In Colors, by a
Well-Known New York Artist.
The Three-Year-Old Child with 34o,0OO Wor!h of Play
thing?. "The Motor Car Crime" An Adventure of a Peal Girl
The Minister Who Experienced "Two Years of Night."
Ho' New York 3ra!n, Courage and Cash Will Drive a
"Subway" Through the Rocky Mountains.
Ihe Cat That Has an English Governess, a Town House
and a Summer Bungalow.
A Light Better and Cheaper than Daylight Now Predicted.
The Red-Headed Girl In History, Science, Eugenics, Folk
lore and Fiction.
Buddy'4 Baby SlMer A Funny new Series by Gene Can.
In the Comic Section.
Tie Perplexing Purzle, "Why Johnny Was Late for
In the 16-Page Joke Book.
With Sunday World To-Morrow
shown as they are and have hasxv Max
Tork aew hag (he bast opportunity at
years te eteane itself, and It to a fair
way to become the taoat sen re 1 ally la
th world. Emory Buoknar haa don
wonders. No lawyer, regsrdkrss of his
experience, oouM possibly havs dan
Mrs. FfdlcV is a -omnanrlng her bus.
band, and with htm will vigil Loadsn,
Paris, Bsrln, Vienna, Brussels el
if properly Fitted
You've noticed that most rubbers
give out in some one plKe perhaps
they hreik along, the edge of the sole
leaving the rert of the rubber Intact.
To give additional retiitance and pre
vent this waste, we reinforce all Hob
Mark rubbers with numerous stay and,
strengthening strips at ill places where
extra strain comes. You woald be sur
prised to sec what a complicated piece
of work the inside ot a Hub-Mark
Yet aM our efforts to give you good
value go for nothing unless you tike
pains to get a good (It. No rubber can
do itself justice if worn over a shoe It
doesn't (It or one worn down at the
ffub frV roMwr fnotweai I mad far
all purposes, for men, wna, bey and
gtrls. It I sold with the gusraBtse last
any pair that fatle m make good, threosn
fsult nf It own, will s replaced by ths
lllustrwtlsn af ssrwAis styles of Hs
SJark, rubbers sr appearing ta th street
tars, Thv Seat no mr thaa aar ether
first -slsss rubbers.
Tha Hub-Mark Is Your Value Mark
If year drelsr cannot 'apply you, serif as
BOSTON RUBBER SHOE CO..
MaleVen. Mae. Eat. 1853
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