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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANT7AHT 11, IMS.
ii RESCUING TWO
Orwea that be bad mad a ntlattfea, fgfa
I SHOULD THE WIFE BE THE BOSS? 'TtgL?
faoe grow very red end he fee gat
bitter Inner battle, apparently, to koap)
from exploding right there In ttat
WHO RAN AWAY
TO BE MARRIED.
atreet. Henry and Ruth trembled and
SENT TO SCHOOL
awaited th outbreak. Then It
(Copyright, ill, by ts Pri Publishing Company. To Nw Tork Wortd.)
Parents Yield Obedience to the Baby
rather Oreen threw back his
and laughed. Then he reached In Ma
right-hand trousers pocket and gave
Henry that fat roll of bills. Than he
CHILDREN AT FIRE
led th two bewildered one around to
the Rrealln and told them to alga
their legsl names on th register.
Then Henry. In a ehaky hand, wrote) jt
"Mr. Henry C. Oreen and wife, boast
A Czar Who Conducts a Reign of Terror
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Ruth'o parenta are dead, the Uvea w
with a brathaVhn Is wall off or that
Plunges Through Well of Fire
Escape From the Third
Henry Green and Pretty School
Mate Kept Their Wedding
Secret Three Months.
la, ah did. Her address will be tho
nresitn now, inougn until mat rust a
bflle runs out or uatll Father Oreen
flteo up a little not tags near homo and
near the high school. Marriage, bo
says, most not b allowed In Interfere
i nnif nmnrnnnnii
I BUT DKIUtbKUUM
rr?- "!,r,vJ--'j.v- wrw .-w-t-i-c
iJV, fljaja. n mm a, V -
with education, and Ruth le only a
r j- j io u w ,tnw a iii i aaBW' , r '( nasa
BABIES ARE NOT HUR1
May Also Gallantly Rescues
Sick Woman, Nurse and
PoHreman Freak May of the Beet
Ob Hundred and Fourth itrcat station.
1 Buffering to-day from Injuria re
calved In gallant rescues laat night In
Arc at No. tt Eaat On Hundred and
Fourteenth atreet. He had resoued
four grnwn-up and wee going down '
the Ore escape with two children cling-
ing to ma necK wnen ne lost ma nai
ance and fell from the third floor plat
form through the wrtl to the second
The persons rescued were Jaooh Pet
ky, hi wife. Gertrude, Tessle Bchrlger
and her two chllron, Gertrude and
Trank. flvc mid two year old, and Mr,
llll In Indlspector.
May saw smoke lasulng from the front
basement windows and turned In an
alarm. When tie returned to the house,
the hall n s were tilled with smoke.
He cllnihed tlie back Are ricape and
rapped on the rtmcnt windows with
hi nightstick. In a second fl or apart
ment were I'etky and his wife. They
were nearly overcome by the smoke
when May dragged them to the window
and carried them down the fire-escape
U the first Moor platform. He assisted
olhcr tenants as again aacended.
In an apartment on the .'ourth floor
he found M.S. flchrlger, who was 111.
Mr. Indlipeetor, her nurse and Mr.
Schriger' two htldren.
May carried Mra. Schrlger and Mr.
indlspector down the flrc-escap to the
fli it floor platform and returned for the
children. When he reached the platform
opposite the third floor hla feet slipped
on the top rung "f the Iron ladder and
he fell. The children, who had been
clinging to hi neck, fell on the third
floor platform and were not Injured.
Max fell on his baWlC on the second floor
platform, hi head striking heavily.
Several tenant whom he had rescued
hurried to aid him.
The tenanta ruuld not move the ex
tension ladder from lu place on the
lower flr-icape platform. Klimea and
,.moke were laming from the back baee
ment windows, and the Uvea of thoso
on the flrt tloor platform were endan
gered. Mai, who had somewhat rccov-
I ered from his Injury, waa endeavoring
10 aastlt the men, women and children
tip the lire escape to the roof when fire
men arrived. A ladder was raised and
the patrolman and those he had res-ucd
wen brought down.
The. flam, s sprend. before the arrival
of the (Ire apparatus, to the IVtsky
apartment. Th Bra had its origin In
mbhish in thr baaemtnt, its mum
FOLLOWS WIFE TO DEATH.
Problem or It -Ulna; Konr MMfM
Drlirn Mmn to Holrlde.
six pnonthi ;iz '"haries B. FtaMlnta
r.-'.f. dlftl and tha problem cf ralltitfl
tiitir tour small children waa laf: '
him. Hi- made a sood salary in a Jew
elry Mtlgsman. A woman relative camo
flo live with him. S le looked after Tne
kjOugeWOrk aim did her best to laM tn'
place of th:' mother.
This nt irnlni Klaldlng, who f.ir the
lasi few weaka had been in the habit of
a'tllng for hours '.villi hU wlfe'g Pic
ture propped up on A table before him,
decided not to go to work. The rela
tive, who had soma ehnl'lnK to do. le't
i m alone with the hildren lo his
home, a detached houaa at No IIM Baal
vifteenth atreati Brooklyn.
Fielding got the children o n Of bed
and bathed and dressed them awk
wardly. Then hi praparad their break.
faat and called them to the dining
room. Whlla i M four children were
Mlimr thalr tathar slipped down Into
the cellar an.l shot himself. At noun. and (hipped the nolsemaker to Itay
.,.,.. two Ii iu. Inter. IMeldlnK died I street Jail at once.
Hboiit two noun inter, rieiaing
lr. Kins County Hospital.
FIRE IN W. A. READ'S HOME.
Banker's Residence Sated After
Blase t noses gl.OttO Loss.
Tire on the fourth floor of William
Augustus Head's home at No. 4 East
Hlxty-soeond street early this morning
threatened for a time to spread to
other floors and result in the destruc
tion of the whole building. Hut a eer-
. ii ,, . atnnkA at 4.45 o'clock.
! w. ,. . tha rear of a lira-
place on the fourth floor.
Tha family waa roused and a at ill
'alarm brought the firemen, who npp4lbrand of murk, he syt, makes New
tho fireplace apart and put out tho yor; :i veritable health resort for the
hlaxe. A defective fireplace, which al- naUanga bug a mo.-t enjoyable pl.u 11
lowed a beam nenina ii isnueu.
was the caue of the trouble. The loss
is II. Him
Mr. Itead Is head of the banking
house of William A. Read & Co., No.
11 Pin atreet.
HAD OAT GRAIN IN HIS EYE.
Waa Beadr to Sprout W hen He
Moved, Sara Jeraeyanaa.
NEWTON, N. f.i Jan. 11. Jacob Roae
gf Greene Township no longer fear
blindness a the result of an accident
that befell him In the oat threshing Ben
son last fall. At that time an oat ker
nel flew off anJ struck him In the eye.
Hose wiped Ills eyes and supposed that
he had removed the grain.
j.ue days ao his eye began to give
him trouble, and on the a!v!ce of
' - ... . i ,,-.. I n . il'-l VMSter.
rrirnns ne ,un....o. , 7,
day and the kern. 1 was amoved. RAM
jald tha kernel had grown considerably
' walio In his eye and agfMtS tJ
though It would onn be ready to sprout.
Eaay to Take and Stat- the Shake.
Jag Crsai e fleag Due, ai as -tilrt,
i m&m , i
WOMEN RIOTERS j
PUT IN VAN SINGING li
HYMN OF REVOLT
Striking Seamstresses Make
Court Ring With the
Eighteen women, all arrested during a
hot rott of the Rartnent worker! before
gchlOU Hrothrr.t' tailoring shop, at No.
317 tohOlea street. Williamsburg, yester
day afternoon, tried their best to Inject
a spirit of revolution Into the Manhattan
Avenue Court to-da-y when their cases
came up for a hearing, Almost In a
treaty they ang the "Marsellaise,"
yelled, pounded Willi their list and
stamped on the courtroom Moor until
they were bundled In a prison van and
taken to the Raymond Street Jail.
With elKhteen men. nineteen of the
gentler sex were herded before Magls-I
trate I "odd on BMrajgg of disorderly
condui t. All the prisoner were Poles,
Lithuanians anil Italians, speaking very
little Bngllth. The Magi.-t rate se' the
cases of t tie men over for Monday and
heard the women llrat. g lawyer rep
praMnting ll of them, made a plea for
mercy, saying that the prisoners were
quiet M doves and had taken no purt
In yesterday's riot.
Tile Magistrate- however, fined each
$5. with the alternative of three days
In Jail. On'' woman paid the fine and
was Alemisaed, the others were lalten
bach to the pan. Then It waa that these
"doves" started something. They yelled
the revolutionary lighting hymn In three
IsnKiiages. bent a tattoo on the walla
anil broke up the session or the court.
The Magistrate ordered the prison van
ARRIVED: MR. INFLUENZA BUG!
Or. tinllfog "sj It lakes a Told
spell to Drive Htm Oat.
The Influenza hug Is In town In great
force and. unless the weather gets
colder and the bartenders are given
more tlm to po'lsh glasses and slice
lemons, tlwre are irolng to be many
alck cltlaana In Now York.
Ir. WtlllameH, OuHtOXi registrar of
the Department of Health, has given up
I 1. one that anything WlH run
I back to his native wilds except a spell
t clear, cold weather. The present
to Idle and git a-iualn'. d with tne
Tlie doctor has out bin st.ck for the
good old Tom and Jerry bumpers that
in-e.1 to be h illed as "line for what ails
you," which of course would Include in
fluenza. An alcoholic "safeguard" will
be of absolutely no use, so the doctor
says, to one for whom the intlueiiaa bug
has conceived fate-y.
Convict Who Has anit.OOO inherit
ance Hrraka Jnll.
pan QITBNTtNi 0l .inn. It. Her
bert Beheoid, Known in perrumta i
burglar." who '.in aenteneed I i Sun
Qu.'Ntiii prlaon In IMI for a twenty year
term, made un escape under the eves of
Ih,- guards Ih- muni, sixty men wnn
horaea ami automobllea are iear hing f ir
fgkiOld'i f, ., , io a... , wealthy
. ,,!., ,, . , ., rt0ently, L aving
convict an Mtata valued at BO.0M
ph. r.a i i-t.ii in o to M rtwa.
, at f fuliasli
..... rec.ii I in.,!., u t'A.ll III.Nr-
urs ,iij at iU.Bli..UluJ,nil
Uenerallu Soeakina. 1 none
Allegiance to the Little Despot in Their Home
Are Happier Than Those Who Have No
Child to Centralize the Dis
Long as Their Mutual Vocation for Each Other
Remains in Doubt the Question of Authority
Will Be Troublesome Till the Foreor
dained Czar Arrives Shall Hus
band or Wife Be the Boss?
BY NIX0LA GREELEY-SMITH.
i am not aiming to controvert tne
no sympathy with those who are wraugllng for 'woman right,' nor with
those who are foolishly urging my aez to atrlvo for equality and com
nIVOLA OP&ELEy-smith I
position she holds in society, and ahe must rely on htm for protection and j
support. She should look up to him with reverence ua her earthly guardian
,1n(j )p bedlent."
POSSIBLY THE VIEWS OF OUR
Fo women wrote, so possibly women j
thought, little more than half a cen
tury ago, for I have quoted from the
preface of a book a sort of encyclo
pedia of the achievements of woman
published in New Tork by Sarah Jo- (
sepha Hale In 1863. This, then, Is what j
our grandmother mut have anawered
to the discussion of the headship of the
home. I commend the noble quotation
which heads this article to the Society
Opposed to Woman Suffrage as a cam
pnlgn document, and I urge It upon
those more progressive women who oc
casionally grow discouraged and ask
themselves If the long tight I worth
while and If It has acompllshed any
thing. For we have gone a long way
alnce 1883. And here we are dlseiiaatng
not whether wives shall be enual, but
whether they shall be bosse.
I have aald before that in the aver
nge home a 1 have observed it neither
the man nor the woman speak or tt'-ts
lis one having authority.
Bach yields nnquestlonlng obedi
ence to th daapotlo American baby
who has usurped th right of both
hla parent and conduct a reign of
terror wherever b la given full
away. We moat consider not only
wHether husband or wife shall be
the boaa, bnt whether, as often hap
pen, each aball yield bis or her in
dependence to the jnvanu oaar or
There la nothing In the world more
charming than a sweet, gentle, natu
ral child, and there Is nothing more
tare in New York. Tho parent who
can or does distinguish between pert
MM and cuteneas in his own offspring
g practically non-existent among us.
Vet It Is generally held that no homo
Is thoroughly happy without children.
Perhaps one reason for this may be that
the father and mother forget all about
their own relative rank and impor
tance ami power when confronted by
tho Necessity of bending tho knee to i
the new despot.
Yesterday a cynical and dlelllu- !
slontd wife wno had divorced In: hus
band offered this word of advlc to
the women readers of The Evening
World: "Marry ami put away every
dollar you can. Have no ehlldren.
Then when your hUahajli i'alls In love
with a girl In her teens, as he will
sumo time, you will have nobody de
pendent on you and something to take
i are of you."
GLAD to SWEAR ALLEGIANCE
TO THE BABY.
But after all one does not go to a
bankrupt for gdvlc In bualneti, Way
ahould one lait" advice from t;:e di
I vorced In affairs of Ih heart and of
inarrlasef Qenerally sneaking, those
men and proRten who theerfully vweaf
nUeglance to the little .Icsim: In (heir
. .,. hannlcr than thoe who hav
, no third ctandldate to oentrallaa th di
1 put"d s overeignty
Man and women who are united
by the boaa of parenUioon have
taken the las' vows of marriage.
Before that Oral dedication the
eloaeoet ef that Joined aemle stay
wno Lneerfullu swear .
authority of the huaband. I have '
petition with men. Tho wife cannot
work wlth.N materials of earth, build
up cities), mould marble forma, or
discover new mechanical devlcea to
aid physical Improvement. She haa
a better, a holier vocation. She mutt
build up the character of her chil
dren; often, too, she ia called to re
pair the ravag.es and beautify tho
waste places which sin, care and tho ,
desolating storms of life leave In the
mind and heart of the husband whom '
ahe reverences and obeys. Thla task '
ahe ahould perform faithfully, but !
with humility, remembering that It I
wna frti wmiinnV ankn I'llon u nu for
felted and that man'a nature has to
contend with a degree of depravity
into which the female by the grace
of Uod has never descended. Yes,
the w iff should be humble. She la I
dependent on her htmband for the
bs merely for a tint of raptors
and disillusion. The cUUdles wife
may be ilk one who ha Joined a
a slatarhood, but so far wears only
th whit veil. Th childless hus
band may fl that lis, too, Is a
postulant waiting tentatively on
th threshold of an eternal vow.
Both are yet probationers and may
discover that they have no real vo
cation for th life they have
And so long as their mutual vocation
for each other remains In doubt the
question of authority will alwnyn be
troublesome. Till the foreordained CMf
of the home arrives, shall the hiislianil
or the wife be the boss!
COURT SAYS HE MUSI
STAY ON ELLIS ISLAND
Judge Holt Rules That Case
Is Not in Shape for Him
Clpriano Castro's hopes that he would
bo allowed to ramble among the white
lights of Broadway, Ol which he haa
heard so much, pen ling the decision of
the speclul board of Inquiry at Kill Ial
and as to his fitness to pay a protracted
Visit to these shuns, were dashed to-day
when Judge Holt Of the federal Circuit
Court refused tu admit tlie former Presi
dent cf Venezuela to ball.
The former dictator must Hay on Bllll
Is. and until the investigation board
r earth an. m p cielon. Thea if be and hit
souMeli Q tt Gordon Battle, decide to
protest attains! th daolalon they can
nppea! to the Serrrtary of Coiumerce
and Labor, If still uni.it tslbd. Judge
Holt said to-d ly, the whole matter could
be bmngiit Into hi court for a hearing.
STABBING IN HOSPITAL.
jam. - O'Doran, a puiem in the King
'ounty Hospital, was held without hall
by atagtatrata Bytnnd in rtatbuah
'.iurt to-day for atabbing wi iun
Ponahlie, an attendant of tn
w;io may die. COorUi arh
carded i on Ih verge of Inaanlt)
ienta an oruer w-m-n uo nanus gave
him. li" i ama abualvt and u- Uonft.
hue turned away pulled out a rust
I rlaan knife and st imI I i a dill
. t;. booh twlea. Donahue turned a d tha
jiaili'ii: si iuoea aim .ig.un In the i lu st.
As t attendant fell 'ira leaped
Dr, W'liitaiii Alegand.-r triad to ilia
lilin off. Ilefore (i'l)oran was oier-
imw ered the physician was rut s'miiii
tne huuds. Tne nm i,, lmnotius i
a est penetrated Ue lung.
II : I
IN THE TENDERLOIN
CALLED WIFE BEATER
MfS. Thomas J. McComiiCk ill
Separation Suit Makes Amaz
ing Charges of Cruelty.
t'harjtes of wife heating were made
to-day ag(ilnt Potta Sergeant Thomas
J. afOCormlak Ol tha Tenderloin Pre
cinct, by M-s. Anna J. MeiVirmlek In
an nctlon for n separation filed against
the policeman In the County 'lerk's
ofllce. She alH i charge that lie struck!
her feeble mother, who Is elghtj -five
years old, and broke her arm.
In her appeal lo tha courts, Mrs. M--Cormleh
anya she married the Sergeant
on Dec. 4. tfOi She asks for the. emt
io. !v of their daughter, Annu I. . who Is
nearly five ears old and alimony for
the support Of herself and child.
The OOmplalnt charges that ItoOof
mick's brutality In gun In Hecembnr,
"to. It is ii i ts that In November, liill,
Mit'ormick attempted to strike hla wife
with a club and threatened her wife ty
loading a pistol In her presence, and
pressing the muzzle, of the weapon
against her wnlle he n t. piled vllp epi
thets and warned her If she sisike a
word he grotlM shout :,.' .lend.
It Is akatv tl tiint wh o In liecembar,
IJI1J, lira. Me" umlcli's mother protested
agalntt an attack with n mop the po
liceman stni'k the axed woman, Injur
ing her so badly, In aditltlnu to breaking
her arm, thkl she hud to go to a
Mrs. McCormlek ia) t iat In July.
Bdft to r huaband so abuaed her that
sne nun to o taaen ti a Hospital, and
that when she returned home tha r-
geani atruoa gar wiwi great violence
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..... ...... u..u i,,,,.n lit", iu IOU
Last November. Mrs. McCormlek
says, her huaband locked her out of her
home. When she called a policeman
on a "flned iiiist" lier husband rharged
that she was flirting with tl a policeman
on tho beat. i)n Ker. 15, l!ti2, she says
MeCormlcit struck her Violently on
both sides of the face and knocked her
to tile fl tor
IfeOonnlck'a answer to hi wlfu'
suit has not been Mad, Ha ban ingagsd
counsel and will tile a reply within
on Her Stockings
Display In Hold Lobby Sets Old
Man Talking of Hosiery
A young woman who appeared in the
Rita-Car I ton lobby for a r,w minute
i ia,t evening attracted a g agt deal of
,,tori when It WSJ ol a -.1 thai i..-
stockings, small part of h Were , 1.
)it,ie when ehu i
mnr-ii with i
! i. ere oitie-
Th.- fOung .' ! . .it ly wat ob
livious t the ti. ii. ion she drew to her-
I" " ' 7
"aVngl afa oomlng to?" ued an
elderly man. "Worm n' aty la uir
ting mure and morn oa:Utidlsh. Hum
of ua old-fa.ihluned felluwa rogrst th
beautiful fashlonn that pn vailed year
ago. They h4d no nakc on tlnir builry
ig, ifte doya," 1
in 1 1
OU (M I I I ' . "
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! ) mm mm-'i
FATHER ON THK JOB.
Trailed I. ad Through Streets
When He Goes to Join j
IS WEEK'S RECORD;
24 HOURS LEFT.
Monday "lefty" Mautlce Flvnn of
Tst started th week o(T hy eloping
with Rena Iary, showgirl, after a
four hour' eourtahlp.
Reau'.t Must leave Yal.
Wednesday Matthew Ityan Ixiftu
nd Helen o'lnnnell. daughter of a
wealthy Riverside Drlv contractor,
elope and rMnrn to live within a fw
door of Papa VBmneii'a hom In
hope there may be forgtven-a.
Hesiilt -Pnpa O'Donnell says they
ought lo b apanked and grin all's
Thursday - Elmer A Idler. Weat
Point cadet, runs away from the
neademy to marry Florence E. Davt
of t nearby boarding aehool.
Rrsiilt Propped from Wert Point.
Friday-Henry C. OfaJtag elghteen-var-old
son f a weal'hy real eatat
dealer, at the Hotel Rreelln on honey
moot with seventeen-year-old Ruth
J. Ilennett. a high s.-hoo: girt to
whom he has been married secretly
for three month.
The wings of romance -which have
been fl -pplng busily over New Yo'k dur
ing the week due to the activity !
"I.efty" Flynn. Matthew Hynn bOftVli
Cadet Elmer Addler and their eloping
little brides-were sprend again f'aaj
In the vicinity of the Hotel Rreslln,
where eighteen year nld Benny Hreen
Of Iong Rrench, N. I.i I dividing hi
attatlttOfl Imtween the tn'H Mrs. Oreen.
w ho I seventeen, and ih roll f yel
lowbark that fnliici thrust Into his
hand yesterday at the 'ml of that nwfnl
It waa Just a me-e hi" Hint Father
! tlrei n. who lias ninde plies of mone
; out of Jersey real estate, thought he
, was bringing to the city vesterday- a
I boy not yet out of high s -hool. And
I the objei t of the Journev wss to buy
I Hint boy a auit of clothes; to sen thai
I the suit tit htm nnd was of good nia
' cr:ol, not too loud. Henry chuckled
deep In bis throat when father said
"I guess that suit's Just about th
, Ucketi sonny!" He actually aald
i "sonny" but then he didn't know what
: Henry knew.
"Walt here a while for me. pop," snid
Hni y (Ireen
I want to run around
the corner. I'll be right bank "
"Why ahould you leave ine waiting In
a clothing store'."' asked father "I'll go
right along with you. Hot nothing else
Mr Oreen is the ort of mn who be
lieves In making I chum out of hi son
If Henry iiad any little thing nu. father
wanted to be right In on It. Henry was
VS'o. pop," he Insisted. "You stey
rlg't here. ThU Is something I ve got
to do sll by myself."
A canny look rstne Into "Pop'" eyes,
but Henry did nut see It.
"All right," assented the bead of the
lirnen family. "lo right aheutl."
Henry eut. Aid. dodging into door
waya and mixing up with crowds aelf
effsidngly. went Father Oreen on the
trail. Henry' teps led straight to the
Utile Church Around the Corner. Be
fore the gate a solitary figure waa wait-
lug, jostled by tsiasershy with their
minds set on getting at a parUeu'or
place at a particular time It wss a
girl iii. ill one.
"Ah. ha: aaiu rather Ureen. to him
self. Just in tne hick or time! The
i u eam up to Tf.nrv snd thasolit.ry
ngure. now blended Into one as thiy
gijd eaoh oter rlrht out Vn the street.
Twenty pUasant reooiUonces! iJmw m
The great popularity
of Fatima Cigarettes ii
due to the absolute
purity of the leaf of
In smoking them you
realize this pleasure.
" Diitinttivilf Individual"
Bfl us '
l-i -a j w is
csusing s'V. ral g.tspl u. gaping passerr
hy to forget ttie p:nt.cuiar i'!.i and th
"I Just thiMi.tht ? 'rm.ethln and hnr
rVI after you, B0S)ny" avid Father,
wheel ng his SOU around. "Wliii'i oui
friend Why, "le:lr Ine tf little llllt-ll
ll.'imett, your iilavm tle' Ihiesn t it hajU
ull how eiple :neet eurh other In a nt
.Hy, far away from l.omel"
"Y-e-," agreed Henry, gulping.
" 'H'very stnn ge."
'To you know, sonny, If I were a
suspicious rather I might suspect you
two were eloping trying to fool poor
old P'P right uieler his nose."
BUT FATHER REALLY DIONT
Mr flteen thought ha had done a par
ticularly brilliant piece of work. Hut
how was he to know th.it ths first trip
hail been made to thn Little Churc-h in
October and that the second masting
wits Just a delicious hit of sentiment.
Henry and Ituth bsd planned to meet
there again so they ruuld thrill to the
memory of tha rector word, said
ever so lonit -to. And now there was
the added I or Henry a new suit to
put the fin;il t on the romance.
Little by 1 1" It dawned on Mr.
EXPERT REACHES MIAMI
TO EXAMINE ROCKEFELLER.
Dr. C. W. Richardson. S&nt to
Florida by Money Inquiry Board, .
Awaits Magnate's Arrival.
WAflin.VOTON. Jan. 11. Dr. C. W.
rtlc.hardaon of Washington Is to-day In
Miami, ria.. to eaamlne William Rooke.
feller at the Instance of the llotn Mon
ey Truat Committee to determine
whether the financier's condition til
permit him to give testimony.
Itr III hardson rea-hed Miami esrly
to dav and will examine Mr. K icUef slier
l.iinn tliately upon hla arrival from the
Why Endure Pimples
If yon wish a skin clear of
pimples, blackheads and
other annoying eruptions,
begin today the regular use
of C'uticura Soap as.si.stcd by
Cut icu ra Ointment. No
other method is so agreeable,
so often effective and so eco
nomical. TREATMENT: Gentry
smear the affected parts with
C'uticura nintment, on the
end of the linger, but do not
rub. Wash off the C'uticura
I Ointment in five minutes
j with Cuticura Soap and hot
j water and continue bathing
I for some minutes. This
treatment is best on rising
j and retiring. At other timet
j use Cuticura Soap freely for
j the toilet and bath, to assist
I in preventing inflammation,
irritation ana clogging of the
pores, the common cause of
I these distressing facial erutv
! tionsand other unwholesome
conditions of the complexion
enes Is ealii stx
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MTH ST. AND BfiOAPWAY
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GiUetta today. mmt
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