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TBI IVENIHO W01LD, SATURDAY, JAKUABT IX, 1911.
GALLS MADE ANNUALLY.
MtWened Away, Thieves
Mve Electric Drill and One
Perfectly Good Coat
Ml JjMMt M
a eastern of etx yeare e tending
swrglara call la ths for part of
Jaauary on D. J. Faour A Bro..
tits, whsss various
la the line of
eell'ng of real tot at,
i and steamship tickets spread
Ik satire five-story building ai
Washington itr t Tho
tH said on schedule time oartjr
wara three burglara MM tl
through No. Oreoawteh
attwet, sslmbad over foncot aad warm ad
af No. 7 Washing-
they walked ever tho
nab fa tho raour building.
Two at tho awn woat dawn lata tho
TSoaMswg aftar having attaohod tho real
wttfc a ssa epsaer. The third eta red
aoaft to aat ao look oat. Dowa on tho
Oaa of than stripped a
agsa to take otoak" far
t of paoaorahy. Tho atbor
before tbo Iro-toa aafo and be
gem to epsrats aa Slectrte drilling ma-
The Old-Time Girl and the Modern One
Or the Perfect Lady of the Past and Now
"Parhmpo tho Baric Dif
fmrmncm Botwmtn Thmnt
It Thmt thm Fmrmmr
Woe Shirk mnd thm
Lady mi Our ftrnt
UmmU h m Worker,"
thm Opinion of Mr:
Mmtm L. Stmrn.
Aay ono oa Mia sidewalk ooald aot
ihass halt ad easing tha figure oroaaMac
bspere tha safe in tho (lira at tha doata
kit are fights. Bat thara waa tha man
aba raaf. Ho hold aa oad of a
af sssainrl that ran dowa tha
aad waa (aatoaad ta a
; at tho eSSe at tha drtUor. Whoa
of tho eard.
ai tho aafo
aat af sight
SSBkBbogly fir lataba tW'i"(
X nn 1 1.
sSssm wastes bewan la January, MST, tha
I'' . , warn Qewrtes a stab, wodra a. usaforwi aad
tSs tha Mgbts im oa that bnbaa,
f ' ' sesas to tha froat at tha store. Tha
l bwdbat had Shaped ewer eeverel aseaada
"dark" waa rwaatac his
aa aw aad down tha shelves wtM pro.
toaatoawl aalortty and marklns aawn as
ggss to a aatobaak.
Wl MOLAR tATIwMD TMI
aslato In lltaraturo. haa II not nanny
dlaappoarod from HtoT And ouchtn't it
to dtoapnoar from our ImaglnatlonaT In
faot thora not a modrrw mom m
womanhood, a "aorfoot Ur" nt tha
yoar Maj who to worth adjaetivoa taat
aro aot doragatoryT
X thought ao, aad I fwuad that mwm.
w.i. t. atarn author and looiorar.
tally agrood with ma. Mra. Mara ton
tenant In eharga of a oouraa at raetwraa
oa "Woman" at tho Baad aenooi m
to aeeompltah aay MM
" Tho For foot Lmdy mi To
Dmy Must Hmvo Thrmm
Spmeiml Sonoma m Smn&m
of Honor, m Smnmm of
Humor mnd m Smnmm mi
MARGUERITE MOOER8 MARSHALL.
What li a parfeot ladyT
"Pll!" "Parar.ltn!" "CIlDglni Tina!" "Dwtplcabla paraoa!" "Tha graataat
abataela la tho way of woman auffraga lo-day!" Theae are a few of tha
TlfM vwrhal wiiekbato hnrlad by pet-foot raffraaliU at that member of their
an who aaatbora atsoag bar eonqueota ovary Baalish aoTollst dowa to
Ooorg e Meredith. Thackeray's affections wandered onoe, Indeed, hat swiftly
retarned to counsels of perfection. Only ta Meredith's gallery of fetnlnlalty,
ached and flawed with humor aad Impulse, do wo definitely gat away from
that spineless Inanity of whisk I aat sure Now York suffrage workers wars
thinking when they so pitilessly condemned the perfect lady
But even as this type of her no loagar
aMasay ef eeBaa;. Bha tm im
mm 1&timn ms?'Brsr
-t found a ewrtoas
lifted har hand
rtlTURMINO TO THI NOBLER
TRADITION Of UMPULNEM.
"That Idee, of eouree, areas with the
dovolopmanta of induatry, whleb took
aa many af woman's household labors
away from her and out af tha horns al
together. Now we are returning ta the
oldor and noblsr traditions of the usa
fulaeas of the ledy, only the tradition
haa to he modified by tbo clreumstancae
of the age. To-day la social settle
meat or school room, or even factory,
tha perfect iedy WORKS, and though
aha a ram a far enough r amoved from
Martha Washington, the two srs nasrar
than la slthsr to. say. tbs isdy o: HIS."
"Tha Vlotonan perfect lady always
snmil to me to hare achieved tha per
fection of aonenttty." I remarked, "aha
la like soar ana of whom allaa Mian
Olashow said tha atbor das-. Fear Jane
was a tow wfsb on ealU and a prop
erty. Baa Tewilsg ta wMowar with ur
ea mil i a. Whan ha died It waa
fwaad that ha had left all his second
wtfe'e property to her atep-ohlldren.and
sbs was peanlless. Whan anybody asked
why aha hada't insisted on a settlement,
bar friends rsattod. -Poor Jaoa waa ai
aye each a perfect lady!' '"
ALSO PERFECT IN ONE OTHER
"t Should sleo say that aba waa a
perfect fool I" laughed Mrs atara.
perfset lady of
At tha osrsar ha seat a eHy policeman.
Si lis iisi! far a few satoatsa oad
sjskk Iks watehmaa euddealy thought of
They re to
tosfat of she atara
Tha ahlrt-slseved baralar
toavtag behind backs! sod
sets fallowed. Tho pthnmss
to tea rear as urn buim-
ta ftre eetwral shots from
. but aot la time la hit
t! to ttovs
far the head af
Ho opened tha door of the
Syrian scarfs aad aacksrohUf a
boas oils ssi the top of the big
gets salgbtad down with aelssore
fsjkhr wares. Tha heavy outer
i hod baea Mown off aad the Ins
twen. on the froat of a
la tha aafo. which m
.fcJaBSt aUSS, were ssarha at the drill.
..aMESfc had htttaa deep Into the eteel
aaa W aw awana nwr nm a.wt viran
lesay with tha bura-Ura.
the vtolu of tha burst
D. . raour A Brother
sssrobaadloe. But thto time
have o Ana etootrte drill and
oeat af ascellent cloth to re
fer the damage to the est
ago aha soald saallfy
ewa.sMlso, sasfaj. tf
toa. aha. might ton aba.
hot beet frlead'a vepaUtlea
1 this that the perfset tody st tha
sast stood oat most clearly to the popu
lar fancy by reason of aa su.imn that
bod ssjeelatsly notbbss ta do with hsr
baart or krala. X rater to aar emiaoa.
gka was Queen by virtue af her osraaa
tlon robes; If they were toet she wss
THE DtaPfMENCE EAFWAimau
V A CHILD.
a earloas lootaaas ar toe
.f that tradition In a oaa-
varsadoa'l had with a child the ether
day. The yeeaswr
mamma boa sons out to ee l"mJT ,
this morning sbs wast to see a wosss.
And what's tbs Oinsrencei ari""
laughingly. , '
'Oh,' ha ssplsinsu, who
mil,. 'O tody wears a sua wai. -
my mamma took some of her old dresses
to the wsmaar
"He wasn't ooasclous Of eemo
aaoks althar." addsd Mrs atsrm. ...
disttacttoa see seed amis natural sod
com moo place to him. A weman might
every hit ss geoa Miaw. -
" .'" .(... tbav I rirraaa or una poneot senua-
utsw tnsy were T,W-T aa-..' Jkma. so each drawing togetbsr of
dhta't wear the same "0LT. ...latmssalds waa posstols. But lust la :hs
matter of personal honor It sssms to
ms thst tha tread of present opinion i
"It really Iso t good farm for a lady
to toll lias In this year of ISM. not even
harmless llttls white Sbs about tho
numbers of nor motor tnpe tor af tha
csptlvss of her bow end spear. ' The
sursst proof that tale, little habit Is
going oat' la simply that the gen-Js
vlotlmg Is It era most unmercifully
ridiculed behind their pretty backs.
Laughter sounds a knell so much more
strongly than denunciation.
"When the perfect lady la measured
by the perfect gentleman'e atandard of
hoaor, and bs by ham why. than ws
shall have the meat perfect perfection
of oil. beoause it won t be one-aided
I believe that we ere coming closs
to ths time when our Ideale of nhe par-
feet lady and the perfect gentlemen will
merge In the Meal of a perfect human
When the lady area supposed
All ths part af a sort of animated
background for tha dlaplay of the
aa think we grownups have el
tether outgrew that ahlkUsh dlstlao-
Mm Stare entiled ana earn uar
bs a eeoeldertog fashion, sad I odt
admire aar nmaiy
aah-ootored hair. Than aha leesrae ap
aad adsslttsd. with a whimsical note in
K.. aIm. ikat tbere aim pravaiia a vw.-
tatn aataaat of aoafastoa betweea flna
r.nliari aad ftae bird.
"Wi eaa't ohanga ell ma reiae ia
ib momaat. ana eaie. oi wa
i chanaed a good many of them.
tv vnu ramesaber that poem of Words-
... k a A . M
Mk'. wtitob amooaiee ma loaai i
womanhood. He daecrtsea nar sa-
'A pSTTOCt woman, wuwt r "
To wars, to comfort aad command.'
Bat I Bad two other Haas svea mora
algnttoant. la tbs tight of modern vis
ion. Thay ere these:
" 'A creature aot too bright ar
For human naturVe gaMy food.'
rs sutfDs or ua
ka rr4W VmI.
A Mprry tradeemen had a noval aa-
recently. Beading a lad la his
for copy af ' Light," the boy
to a neighboring grockr a aad
at two eaadlea. Last wask tbs
sent lor two eoptoa of
bat thle time another
gar. and he weat to
aba s tsher for two penn'orth of lighta
afoot tody af the 'las
aad af to-day la
of ews present Ideate to a
"Of course. If wa go beck fsr snougb
ws find agsln the ledy who works It
waa Martha Washington boreelf who
praised induatry aa the greatoet virtue
la ladlae. snd who practiced what aba
preached, la colonl il tlrars ths great
act ladlae received oalla at their apla
nlng-whecla, snd look' their knitting
along when they weat vtottlng. It waa
not until many yeare later that the
foollsb notion obtained that ao lady
MUTE PEDDLER SHOT
FOR "MAKING FACES"
AND FINGER TALK
Assailant Thought Postcard
Vendor Was "Kidding" Him
PRIVILEGES GIVEN TO
of . .. s '...)
Commends Evening World's
Crusade From Bench, Declar
ing It Is Bound to Succeed.
James O'drsdy. thlrty-flvs yeare aid,
of No. Henry atraat. Brooklyn, a
mate peddler of post cards, weat Into
Casey's saloon at No. Ms Adams atraat
half a block from the police station,
sarly to-day to dlsposs of hie wares.
Several men were at tables ta tbs
back room, and O'Orady appreeebsd
three and banded around bis cards
oaa af Ike men asked tbo price sad
trOrady held up hie Sngers.
"What are you trying to kid ma for?"
angrily demanded tha msa.
O'Orady tried to msks ths stranger
underetaad he couM aot talk, but the
man'e anger increased aad bs drew a
"New you talk aad salt making faaes
at are and wiggling your finger" he
as Id. O'Orady apparently thought It
was la fun and continued ta bold up
first three fingers snd tbea BPS three
for five centa
The man then ebat him squarely la
tha nose, the bullet ranging downward
aad lodging la his throat. Than tbs
A policeman called Dr. Ryan from
the Holy Family Hospital. O'Orady
signalled for a pencil and paper and
wrote a description af his assailant be
fore ha waa taken to the hospital with
a bare agnting chance rar bis lire.
Lata Bstvetors Bansona, twenty-five,
af No. If Adams street waa a treated
for the shooting. The police aay that
when Hansons area taken to the hoe
pita I O'Orady positively identified him.
Demands 5-Cent Rate
For All Phone Calls
In Greater New York
Assemblyman Jesse P. Larri
mer Introduces Bill Eve
ning World Advocated.
HOTELS GOUGE PUBLIC
Measure-Would Force Com
pany to Reduce Rate for
A five-cent telephone rate betweea
all points la tha greater city thle le
the burden of a bill Introduced la the
Legislature by Aeeenvblyman Jeeee P.
Irrlmer af Klnge. The Bvenlng
World hsa long contended for s unlvsr
sal five-cent rate within the llmlte af
New Tork. ,
If the bill becomee a torn ths Nsw
Tork Telephone Company will have to
abolish Its t. II snd tl-csat charges
for a five minute talk between later
borough polnte. The preaent sons aye
tarn will be completely emaahed
Incidentally, there Is svsry llkllhoed
that tbo meaauro affecta over tio.ooo
regular telephone eubaerlbere who now
pay a sis, aeven and eight-cent mee
sags rate under a yearly contract
Private telepbonee at HO a year, or
10 missagss at five centa aaoh I no
leee than what the same service ooets
la many or tne leaotng ciuee.
T. M. M'KEE IS SUED
BY WIFE FOR $42,398;
SEQUEL OF SEPARATION
She Says Broker Gave Her
io,ooo Promissory Note
and Borrowed $1 1,000.
HI8 TUNE BETRAYS BURGLAR
WHO WHISTLES AT HIS WORK.
The World Leads
kU other newspapers of the
earth in the number of
WORLD ADS. LAST YERr
More than the Herald
Ths World's Nearest Competitor.
Changes From "Hearts and Flow
ed" to "I'm Unlucky" When
Joe Oreen la a merry burglar who
whlallea at hie work. "Hearts and
Flowers" trilled from Ills purkered It a
sa he labored with a plpe-rutter on ths
iron bare which guard the rear approach
to Herman Alexaader'e fur store, at No.
1U Ksst Broadway, early to-day. Detec
tive McKle, outward bound from tho
Medleon street elation. Iletened end was
enthralled. Irresistibly he was drawn
toward ths Utrslrl-llks music, anil
blindly ha walked through the hall snd
Into the elley whence came the luring
Mi'Kle aloud silent for a moment. Joe
Oreen, wbo'Slso haa been Introduced to
the Houee of Hafuse, Slug Sing snd
Bnaks Hill ss Harry Saarlot or Shar
lofsky, went on whistling snd plying his
pipe-cutter. Bven when the detective,
backing hie suggsstloa with s revolver.
Insisted oa teklng htm awsy from there
tbs burglar minstrel went on whlatllng.
He changed hie tune to "I'm Unlucky,"
s favorite of bygone yeare. Joe Oreen
Is. Hs never trenagreeeee without being
caught and punished, and once be aet s
chsrge of nitroglycerine that blew uff
one of hie flnsere and summoned the
police, but didn't harm the eafe a bit.
Magletrate Murphy In ths Harlem Fe
lloe Court refused to-day to entertain
a complaint against aa Independent tax
less driver charged with violating a
corporation ordinance by "aeeklng em
ployment fay repeatedly and persistently
driving his hack within a radlua of fifty
feet of an apartment hotel, thereby In
terfering with the proper and orderly
acossa to and from said hotel."
Hs not-only discharged the accused,
Clinton Htorty. who was arrested by
Policeman Frederick Miller of the Bast
rifty-flrst street station in front of
Sherry 'a at No. 4 West Forty-fourth
atreet. but hs also dlschargsd five othsr
Independent taxlcab chauffeurs arrested
on the same charge.
Magistrals Murphy bandied the aub
Ject without glovee.
"I will not fine a man beoause hs tries
to take a fare away from one of the big
taxloab companlce who have the eo
called privileges from the various hotels.
It Isn't rnst snd thst Is all tbere Is to
"This privilege buelneee given oat by
the big hotele to the trig tsxlcab com
panies who will pay the most IS a mon
opoly of ths worst kind and should be
stopped. It is the publlo thst suffers
"Ths Evsnlng World has shown tbs
people juet whet title outrageous aystsm
means to them. It ties made a good
flgbt. I hope it will keep It up, and If
It does 1 am sure the flgbt' will beer
good fruit. I hope tha Evening World
will not be discouraged no Blatter what
bappons-lt Is msklng a fight for the
people wbo are being 'plucked' by the
teateah naAnle. i
"The Board of Aldermen have had
thle matter before them;" continued tha
Magletrate. "aad they muet do eome
thing definite very eoon. They ehould
pass an ordinance which would perms
nently abotleh thla Condition of affairs.
In the meanwhile, 1 don't think It right
to fine any chauffeur because ha ta kept
off while tha 4lg oompanlea make tho
public pay for whst they give tha ho
tela for their monopolise."
only ine arresting ' poil.'emen were
oa band to prosecute the chauffeure.
Triors oa a four-party Una service -SB)
Those an a two-party line somas Ml
Thooe on a direct line eertloe SB s
His hundred mssasgaa a year ta the
least number ass eaa arrange for upon
tha yearly rata. It le likewise the max
imum a s nice one eaa gat under the
preaent echedulee of tho New Tork Tele
phone Company. All above tha SB mast
be eettled for per m sea age, hut If la a
year'a Urns ons hsa not used up ths
maximum number of messages, no re
bates or credits are given by the com
pany. Telephone calls outside ths par
ticular sons In which the telephone is
loeaeed are charged extra.
Brought down to a per meeeega basts
ons now gets a private telephone at
eight cents a msaaage. By ehartag ths
line with another and taking tha two
party line service, one pays eaten cants
a call, and In Brooklyn and Qussas one
eaa a ha re with three others, aad taking
the four-party line aervloe get the rate
of etx centa a call.
PRIVATE PHONE MESSAGES
HIGHER THAN PUBLIC ONES.
Why eight centa, aeven cents, ar area
elx centa for a telephone eervlce from
A, SKexoT 11
TO BEGIN INQUIRY OH
Complaint Made That Privi
leges of Private Wires Are
Used in Violation of Law.
WASHINOTON. Jan. 11
was begun by the Interstate
Commleelon to-day upon Its owa
tlva Into oontracta for privets
graph and telephone wires, and
the rates and rsgulatloaa of each ser
vice. Tha American Telephone sad
Telegraph Company, Western Union
Telegraph Company and Postal Tate
graph-Cable Company Wsrs mads re
epondeate. No time was axed far
Complaint waa made to the Commle
elon thst "under tbs terms of private
j wire oontracta of the Western ITaVm
Telegraph ompany. use re iaaoe or lie
public wires at Isss than published
tsrlff rstea snd thst pereone other than
the partlea to the contract troawsatly
ass tha private wlrea of leeeeea for
i ha Iran anilasal.in nf rtri vat tea m atmmm ata
ths home or office that one eaa get at ! ot charge, la violation af the Aet
to Regulate Commerce.'
Thle complaint was mads
for ths order of Inquiry.
Vice- FresMsot Carlton of tho Westers
Union Telegraph Company Issued ths
following statement to-day concerning
the Inquiry a tart ad by the Interstate
Whtls ths queetlon la still undecided.
Mrs. NsOls F. H. McKss brought
suit to-day la the Supreme Court
against her husband, Thomas M. Mc-
Kee, cotton broker sad S member Of
lbs Nsw York Stock Exchange, and a
reeldent at the New York dab. No. B)
Weat Fortieth street, for KLBSSX The
MeMeea separated early last November.
They were then members of the fash
ionable colony at Pride's j Crossing.
Maaa., near Boston, and had boss prom
inent la society.
There was no explanation given to the
publlo for the separation, which was a
surprtss to their friends. Phoenix In
graham. Mra. McKss's attorney, eald
that no suit for separation or divorce
had been etarted.
Tbs complaint sets forth that flO.OJS
ot the amount eued for represents a
promissory nots executed by McKee In
favor of - his wife on Nov. l, Mil, for a
"valuable consldsratlon." Of ths rest.
3l,sJ.8 Is said to have been loaned by
Mra. McKee on Feb. It, MIA The re
maining fiw ui declared to be the aum
realised by the sale of certain house
furnishings which she says sbs la trusted
to the broker.
At the New Tork Club Mr. McKee
eald 'hat hs bsd nothing to ssy regard
ing his wife's action. He admitted that
he and his wlfs bsd parted.
hire. McKee haa been tiring st No. K
Wast Forty-fifth etreet elans the closing
of the house st Pride's Crossing, which
Is advertised for sale or lease far nsxt
H. Bell era McKee, their eon, Is a senior
L Harvard. At ths time of the sepa
ration tie eald ha did no, know whether
his mother would ever cue for a divorce
or a separation. Mr. McKss Is deeoeod
sd from ths founder of the tube works
at McKeeeport. Pa. He moved ta tha
Bast only recently, and It haa been re
ported that his differences with his Wife
arose from his distaste for ths severe
At the beglntrrns of 1SU choro ware al
together SSUn telephone etaMons In tha
entire ctty operated from 7 central ex-
ohangee. That asi SBS Is over l.SSJ.WT
ml lee of wire through s conduit system
which the ctty Is supposed to have a
FIVE CENTS EXTRA CHARGED
AT 2,000 HOTELS.
Only M.OOO of these are public st at lor s.
a here meeeagss can bs cent for Ave
cents a .call to potato within a single
aorouch or points in ths Immediately sd
j scent parte of adjoining boroughs.
Thara aro asms l.bSS hotels Where aa
extre nickel Is gouged from the) subtle
fsr nobetter reason than tidy are
The telephone company divides ths
city lato aoaos. A small part of Brook
lyn anal a email part of Manhattan are
company opportunity to boast of a fl re
cent inter bo rough rate betweea Manhat
tan aad Brooklyn.
What lbs company doss not advsrtlss
is thst tbs charge le a till lea coats from
a large port of Manhattan to a largs
part ot Brooklyn. Nor asas tne com
pany crew over Its lt-oeat ehsrgbfor s
mssaage from Klagabrldgs to Flatbush
The 10 -cent meesagaa ate chiefly for
flve-mlnute calla from tbo csntrsl polnte
of tha city to remote polnte In Queens
and Richmond or' between the same eo
called remote palate of the outlying
HOW THE CONTRACT RATES
Ths SM.OOS yearly cob tract subscribers
are divided Into three prlaolpal grades:
ths pay statlona for Ave rente? The I
eerV.ee rendered by the cofapeny IS I
Identical, snd ths tlms allowed to talk
st the aame. One doee not bay aay part
of the appa ranis InateHed it always re-1
mams the property or ths company.
According to an official of the com
pany 2.000,000 meesagee par day le the
average service In New Tork. On the
day before Chrletmaa 3 000 am asaasss '
- . - . ' , vr nils ilia uveuvn m mmi snosciasa.
were handled. Bven at Ave cents a mas- mar not bs Improper lo say thst any
ease uiie rune into Dig money. Anybody ,ctlon on tha part of the Interstate
, kp711 t"d "Fura out the commerce Commission to prevent tho
total. But the telephone company doee j rrrleuee of leaeed wlrea for s regis
" BMSSk. jdjSa what proflta , , ,houla transmitted through the
- ' r." . " '""" I rsaular service or I
sue people oi mw i ore umer tne pres
ent exceeoive re tee cen only be gueeeed
Within ths last year ths telephone
company Ine tailed coon new telephones
tat the greater city and 1II.0S0 miles of
new wire. This represents a It per cent,
growth In twelve months' time. In re
turn for this hi not ths publlo entitled
to a universal five per cent, rate aurh
as hi provided for In ths Isw proposed
by Asssmblymsn I-arrimer?
regular service or the telegraph tam
pan lee. would be welcomed and heartily
endorsed by the telegraph compaaloa.
'It IS ths practice complained of thai
the telegraph compaatee have baas ep-
poelng for yeare."
WlltlH THE HOBO WORKS.
irraas tiie rbllaJripma Ttiwiapa.)
V It le better to give then to rooelvs, but
the hobo knocks on ebout twenty-alao
bad: doore before be landa a bam
James McCreery & Co.
The stock market opened Irregular.
with prices generally lower, the copper
he weak features.
The closing was active and the prices
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Tho Cloelagj Qwetatlene.
The followlas warn tea alabast. breast aad last
mieae of storks far to ear aad Sbs aet
asfsasi with rsau roar's doalag priess.
t'oast Tarae Calprlt Over to Mother.
Frande Wilson, twelvs yeare aid, of
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NFLUENZA GERM RAMPANT
IN UNWINTERLY WEATHER.
Dr. Guilfoy Says Disease Is Bad
and, What Is Worse, Whiskey
J Is No Cure.
Among the winter visitors to Nsw
York le Influensa Uerin. Ills presence
Is snnounccd by Dr. William II. Oull
fuy. Registrar of the Drpsrtment ot
Health, who eays the garm Is particu
larly active on account of the unseason
ably warm westhsr. The doctor says
aa need a spell Of clear, cold weather
lo chase the germ from our midst.
In making his announcement relative
to Mr. I. Oerm, Dr. Oulifoy takes occa
sion to discredit the tunic propert'.ss o!
alcohol In cases ot grip nnd li.flu.-nsa.
Whiskey, he aaye, has no sppreclnbls
effect upon theae senna.
conventionality of the Boston smart sat, I ,; if".... js
Mo . Kas.' tail: a
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No. SM eleoond avenue, wno wee ar- p.ji.ui, rsi'i
,-...,-.1 rrldav nlaht charaed with shoot- I Hasdlas Sl
Ing off a revolver in nt. Uabrlel's Psrk,
st Thirty-fifth atreet and First avenus,
tkaa arraigned before Juottce Hoyt In
the Children's Court to-day and rs
munded. to the custody of his mother,
who promised to bring the body to
court every week snd report his conduct.
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Veiea fsalfic pf.
II. H. Steal
E S. Htaal til
HIGH CLASS FURS
Air Important Reduction Sale
Has Been Arranged For
" La ' ' . m
Week Commencing Monday, January 13th
in the World of Newspaperdom
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Two Bla Bills U Taoeday.
ALBANY, Jan, 11. -The concurrent
resolution to ratify the aropoaed amend
ment ta ths federal 'Constitution pro
viding for ths direct election of United
gtatee Senators wss sssde a special or
der fsr next Tueeder In the Assembly
yesterday ss wss ths womsa suffrage
Want. Hie Xtlaalaa Wife.
Thomas J. Wilson of No. Ill Uast
Nlnsty-ssvvnth street .appealed to The
Kvenlng World In a letter received to
day lo And his wife, Hamls, slut haa
been missing sines s week ago last
Thursday. Hs Is all alone wtlh his four
children, he. eays, and tloss aot dare to
stay horns snd care for them, because
hs fssar he would loee bis lob. , Wilcox
SETTLES SOUR, UPSET STOMACH IN
e HUE MINUTES PisPE'S 0WSIN.
At soon as it reaches the stomach all that distressing
gas. Sourness, Heartburn and Indigestion vanish.
Time It 1 In five minutes sll stomach
distress gone. No indigestion, heart
burn, aourneas or belching of gas, acid or
eructations of undigested loud, ao dissi
asm, bloatiag. foul breath or headache.
Pape's Diapepein is noted lot its speed
ia regulating upset stomachs. It is the
surest, quickest stomach doctor Is ths
whole world aad besides it b Bsraalsss
aad deHgbtf ul.
Millions af mra aad women sow oat
ilhafe favorite foods without fear they
Get s large fifty-cent cass of Papa's
Diapepsin from aay drug store sad put
your stomach right. Stop being miser
able life is too short you are sot hers
long, so soaks your stay agreeable. Bat
what you Use aad digest Ml eajoy it.
witboat fear of rebellion ia ths stomach
The Woman Who Faced Death With Her
Husband on a Trip Into the Wilds of Peruvian
Blanche Bates' Newlywed Husband Writes
That Marriage Should Not Deprive a Wife of
Worth-WhUe Activities in Life.
''King George's Food," by a Retired Member
of the Royal Household.
''Monsieur Donaque," a Great Detective Story
by Arthur Train.
Eighty-Four Miles of Moving Picture Films
Destroyed by Censors as Objectionable.
"Freakiest Fashions" of the Present Year.
"Helen Gould and Her Beau" a True Story
pf the Great Philanthropist's Love and Court
ship. Mysterious and Rare Diseases That Rob the
Blood of Its Most Important Properties.
Coming Noah's Ark the Newest Freak Show.
The Two Young Men Who Have Been Bred
for Strength for 300 Years.
In Editorial Section
Dr. Dana Explains that the Number of Doctors
in America is Decreasing.
In the Metropolitan Section
A Most Interesting Article Telling All About
"The One-Step." the "Supper Club" and the
Words and Music of "Sun Dial" a Fisk (Wara
Another Copy aj "FUN," the Great Weekly Joke
which doeea t agree
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esea'l agree with them or is esSa I M
Sunday wand to-mo
BlWjBB aS 'xtxMgal W I
says ha la heart-broken la a most far-
jew ft ts seedless to save a bad
glee ths a