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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JAN XT ART 15, 1919.
UUDDIlo rltLUUAl :
40 SFFK DFPRFR
Have to Meld Piltn as
lalmnts to Men In Un
!EMtmony of Wife's Arrest
tJsd to Win Decree for
more than two
i hogbends ha.l a good, fun banlng
i Sarprem Court's 'Undefended 1)1-
Matlnes" to-day Of the Bftv
I on tho calendar for adjajdjrsvtlon by
Nrruisrgr, rd ui1 Brleasrer.
' or thorn were brought by hosunndu
11 llatt. a mi -it young mu of
efgaearaoce, who la Now York
for a MaT m uvufaoturtaaT oaav-
fca IVovddenco. H. L, woo tho first
brushing husliende to otop to tho
i chair anil declare himself marl-
aggrieved. Ha told the Ooairt ho
Mas Clank Ormeby. daughter of
a woll known Rh.sle Inland family, la
IPoonoooket In J una, MOT. All wont
lly enough until the tVat of bust
whan tie slwuh.w of a cultured
Boston Sin. WSlllam Wm by name.
his pc.Ui. he said, and Mr. Putt
tho Piatt domicile In Harlem to
Journey to ttva Bay Htetee spiral.
MVLICEMBM TELL OF ARREST
woooorln,.,. tba Court that Hra llatt'a
atetliina with Mr. sun., wore dm all
ooaductad on a purely Inkellsoniai, pla-
plane, Mr Platt'o attorney pre-
ln MMm tho tootlmony of Po-
lloo Inepectma Cotwoy and I'lerne of tho
Wootuai police force taken before a oom
massaoner In Mostoo.
The Inane-tore 'old of a vlsrt they
paid with Mr. l'lett to a mom In Oarrl
aon Hall. Hoeton hn.l. where they
discovered Mr. SUnn and Mm. Piatt.
A woman wltrrstlnun Raid Mr. Httne ami
Mra. Piatt had Invited her over to
breakfast with thern. It wan testified.
afro. Piatt, the Inspectors continued,
wow brushing her trasses before a tnlr
rop. At alKht of hr httaband. howeve
aaa cr'.-d. In torrlllM faahlor.:
"Oh. there' my huaband!"
Tor." Mr. Plart la eald to have re
plied, with grave oourteay, "yonder a
my wife, jentlemen."
The Inapei-turo ewora thev arraoted
Mre. Hlatt and Mr. Btlne ard took them
over to Police Headquartrra. lftnr whl'h
thay were arralKned on chnme of
i-oaduot In a Mairlatrate'e rnurt.
BOARDING HOUSE KEEPERS Hid
Tbo neat nervoua huaband who nnki d
for Judicial relief, Um while he co l
apprehanalva itlanrea lowsfd thi rc
UOrtorlal batich, wuk Bdward T On 11 1-i-an,
a atock broker dork. Two otald
iioardltaKlioua keapera r itHl how
Mre, Albtna Oalllfon had occtipleJ
partmonta In their eatnMlahmenta nn
.lor tho uamo of Mra. Hlnea, together
with a "Mr. Hlnaa."
Albert M. Alllaon. a alleht. boyish
itppetrtna vouiir chap, then stepped for
ward to naiTute hla WOOO.
AlllHon'a aaplratlotiio to rwurm 'bach
cloriiuod ware nlpoi In the bud.
Thomas C. Carpenter Jr.. also yo itnf il
In apnea I'ain'o, toll of aervlna Mra.
iCatlieriiin M. Allium with the iutn
tiioao and ooniolnlnt at No ! Want One1
Hundred and Sixteenth atreot. Juatlca
.MowbiirKer lauked at lha affidavit the
I oung nmn had filed, in which he awore
no. had served Mra. AlJIeon at a h n
In Klfty-ilrt atieet
"Th-'ro la too much of a dleere,'-i-noy
between One llunlred and Fix-.i-entli
stroet ami Flftv-tlrat atreet."
:innoin-ert the Jnrtlre. "I will have to
'liStrtlHH tlila ault "
nttei't 0 Qallabraadl, a merchin.
ailed Allaa ladU Wolootti damn I
ounir womaa or letfonton and h'a
''ter-' i law, Bha recounted how ane
nao) lUed wiMi her alat.--. Mrs Oa'ls- i
Han. It, and a man named KObati I'
llunter for several ntha t an apni't-
vnt tn Wast one Hundred and Tblrd ,
"I won't let this Utt'e ir'r'. tratlfv 1
:aini hr olster." ea-hl JUdSa New
urirer. "Strl'a hfr evidence fr.im the
TWO LITTLE nr:DES APPEAR IN ,
Two iprrtry IRtat rla 'iaid aide b)
ido nnd announced them sale ei tin ro-1
i.ridi of Disnetriii Msriano Thalr
torio nonvlnoad .1 if a Nawwursarl
hat Toodoltoda rfatalla Mu rlano wnsi
ntitied t- irve her marrtisTa la rra
trlo HHVttlltdi fov llttlo Maria leon
'.avt.ino proved oonclilalvaly aha had the1
, rlor nw'i linonlal claim to the ldharlo
"Ho- loraf hi.d you Vv.n,vu Do mo trio
vhn Nil mar-led h'-nV the Oonrt
.ked Taodol-nda. i
"A lornr Hma," tha rrptl ii datnuraly.
OM week, judge, I wish I had known
a.lKut Maria tlu n, for I would have .
isved myartf a K1 of trmtMe
Demetrlo Is now aenrlni a Banter, of
MM yaara In the r.ilwnl prlaOTI,
Mrs Fstelle Emmanuel, a attmnln
hrunetl. In a Parisian gnwn and i nir
'iioua p .ura hat, was Itrtklnf Ibjrur
inooi the few of ti e matlnts'i torn
paVnlrif wlvea She was iiOlri" U'alter
ii'.mmanual, mans 11 ' UM Wavei'v
Atttocnobfla Omipan; s . fr'ce. at Mxt-
'trhth atroot and Broadway
Mra. atatmanuel'i tai wltnapi wai
',ey jsunee b itl Prank Ta'V lie,
.tairteen mrs oil Hi I i I''
followe'l Bmmaniiol i hoiia when
hp found him " lh 1
WIDOW AWARDED S.500.
oeto Danmars I'r Ralpket Soap
Waaron Killed llaabeaili
A eealed verillcl nmUed
ip t.. n
j- rente Court Justice wl
t J., opeM"l 0-d i
ges to Mn M i - i
. vn, who i ued
utotier. of . . i '
gos foe- 1 lie : s of
. a, .! m nsu i
,..s I'..'. datn
irvey of H o ik
I Vun K.ae.
U i . ' 4am
111 land. Vinci i
On Nov I,
n butohei- a i
when It f
whjo Wtrr Ha
nl tho Shaft ;
V m ti ifu
d. It 1
on His HI kavlll road
n'ltit a a tutomoblls tn
j m I a ( end. One
l sd ' iar i-.i ' ah UaStsn,
nJu y t ':ie- te'.i-
1-rlUotlne; u 'aisl
I sat a a Vs , sis r n rtrlvlraX on I
) vtoag aide o.' Uic road QajrVgg aa
right-of-way iian oi the Long lslend
jlJler Parkway fnaiipany.
SHOULD THE WIFE BE THE BOSS? TfgSfX
Tossing a Coin to See Who Is to Rule
"ALL svjCh tPtiwiAL MATTfrevr
uu MCc-t SV A cpfw
GETS 6-CENT VERDICT
IN SUIT FOR $25,000
Mrs. Cook, Her Sister and
Brorher-in-Law Had Dispute
Tt too two lawyers three day to get
hi fore a tury all the evidence In the ault
1 rough t by Mra Florence 8 Cook to re
cover ITi.'OO damuj! from Ed ward
Henry Mart and his wife Isabella, who
Is Mrs fook' slater. Tha OSN waa
tried by Ittatlee Pendleton In the fiu
It took the )urv Just one hotw laet eve
ning to reach a deotalon and to-day.
when the seeled verdict waa returned. It
of 'x ceil
Mrn i st
'erk Just a half minute to
he Jury had found a verdict
I in favor of the plaintiff.
WVM recovered tbe alx centa
the v,lfe of Ransom Cook,
t! m Arrowhood Inn at i
t'he trouble grew out of a
dispute over the owrn rthlp of "Beauty,"
aChlh'iehua doir. wMflfe ended In a ne"M
tn the public ire-ts at Waahlnirton
Hi Ighta. Mrs. Xk de 'larad that In the
dlwp1" over the dog Mr Hart knocked
ber down Pre said her PJO ooat u
torn to shreda
The torn ci.jt waa an axhPMt at tbe
trial, but Abraham !.vy, counael for
Mr Hart, ailed adtnessea who ewore
th roal though torn during the fra'a.
WaJ i ot torn M hadlD as was repra-
ented hy the exhibit
Pntrlck .1. Kooney, oSUSaw for Mr.
Cook, told th JJtMV hla elloni d11 not
care so muoh fur the money aa he dirt
for vindication In his summing up he
Impraiirfl t'N fact an lha miratl of the
twelve men. Mr, laevy reslsd hla side of
the ca-e without aumuvlng tip
SAYS ANOTHER IS IN HOME.
Mrs. Taulkliee Weeks
tuattea Kannar. in the Brooklyn
p.. im i'ourt, swarded alimony of HP
- -' ',.,s to-div to I
lissa am s" - - . -.
l i d
Ka nil :ier.
brought SUlt agnlnni her
wrai, p Paullmar at No.
u...nti--n1nth atreet Mii hattan. for a
gl on, Mrs FatlJKner in nrr
p:, pr-ra ajlsgst Faulkner IS SIBttll
One gad has an Income pf llH.'aX) a year
km ama of the QSJU8M I -eparatlon
"atii r sts forth t'r Iiusnnno is
I'll another woman M th Wagl
dnth street eddress She also
him with 1 0i kin--- her up in an
insane ayl'ini without ,
i mart. Paulknor'a hviry
, mtmrn tt.Ht If the flrt
lgal commit -a
set up the
iiarae I tru
a"'- ' .. . -J ... .
Mi FAUianar smua w
divorce and on rhla ground they are
,ont..Mtliirf the aeiiBranov rult.
JAIL ED FOR 5c. BREAD THEFT.
V oion n
t' i Ism,
I fa stealing five cents' worth of rolls
Mt Annie 'tor of Frosl street, staple
ton was ariutgnad to-day in the i'ourt
of rapeolal r SBKaU at St. aK-orge. H. I .
i She was r-.-ia.-d of having taken tho
roll from tha Sloop of a house. She
..,, M...I tlial 'he (..' t.iem. but ald
the) ft are lying in ''!ia Hlj.-a-alk. Tss
taotlvss lold Ills '" "' lht before the
woman's srrset on D a Ihsrs had
i i, man ooi ipmints oi rons ana mun
bottles having bean stolen
Maatstratu Mui " commltiad 'be am-
... , in default of SttU ball, and eiic
I i, i , tt I ' prison OVSI1 fhrtanma.
elnrrti on wrote to t'liiuf Magletrata
Russell commenting on the anvoritir of
i hi- nctiun. The woman's huaband man
agsd to tint a bondsman and she was
released tha day bafor New Year's
Dear . Tpiey save weai si
antne wee enepMieted.
OVER CHIHUAHUA DOG;
Copyright. 1IJ. by The Frees rntllhtn
In Domestic Affairs Is Recommended.
"Much Matrimonial Disagreement It Largely the
Retult of Lack of System Love Without System
Ceases to Be Love Nothing Without
Sustem Is Anything," Writes "1. A."
BY NIXOLA GREELEY -SMtTB.
Tram ttma to time In thla dlacucalon of tba ultimate anthorttr tn the
;honu t hu urvje(i that alnoa only one bona can exUt In a family tha
I hrueband has the rlcht to auprente rule. In a learned dssfanae ot maacuHne
' " '. . cf
Inivola QC?F.El-EY-SMITH j
tern. The solar system keeps t lie unuareo in order, he observes; the remu
nerative buglneae la built upon syatnm, and without It goes to plecea. and
the home should abandon Its baphaiard, harum-aearum proocaa of develop
ment and be built upon ttolld, definite rulea, arranged between the party of
the ftrat part and the party ot the second part before the marriage cere
mony. Talk everything over beforehand and evolve a plan, draw up a char
ter or a constitution and stick to It. Now, why not?
Of conrse, thsra might be a few
cause of dlasansloa which conld
not be dtscoisUd In this way.
"Th question of th baby's nam,"
which this married man tails as is
a sovoe of trouble, may not som
altogether appropriate for dlacns
aloa upon tha delivery of th soli
taire, o at least might not so ap
pear to th old-fashioned.
But certain other differences out
lined tn another letter written by a
young- woman who describes herself as
"a baohlor maid, writing of thlnga
ah has seen reflected in tile marriage
mirror. ' might be very readily decided
In a matrimonial protocol. Thla letter
refers to man's lnal.stence upon the ,
regularity of lha dinner hour, and hie!
unwillingness to accept excusea as t'
"frozen gas pipes." non-arrival of thel
cool, Ac. Now, theHe aro muttera lit
whloh system la Indeed important :
eni. .... .. ...is.-, ksstsssa .ml
few ttauass aro able to explain her
failure to pi rform them.
THE EASIEST WAY TO GET AT
A MAN'S NOTIONS.
It seem?, however, that it ehould be
posNible for a young woman with her
wl La about u r to ascertain what a
man' noti n or expect. itmna are in
Much matters Without going to tha
bother of preliminary d.acutslon and
i. or inttano. it is snnom mat a
young woman n a man with
whom aha '.-3 not dined or xuppexl In
; uhtic. The man's manner on such u,i
' oc. atdon Is so worthy of study that I
I think we may lev down the POalttVS
, H tnat w,,nian ahould marry is
, ,nnn Wl(j wn0m he has nut dined tn
I public reataurant.
Of oonrss, th suitor will pat
forward his bait manner, bnt no
amount of self-restraint will pro
vent bim from browbeating th I
waiter If hs Is that sort. And It
la perfectly sals to assunis that a
man who will bully a waiter will
bully his wif.
Also, if a girl refuse absolutely to
ue anything to do with ordering tho
dlnnsr and leaves a man to follow Ills ,
own Aealras Bht will be able to nicer '
tain whether or not lbs difficulties of
tier married life will be of the sort
that caused the Incompatibility of
taste between Mr. nnd Mra Jack Spratt
and left nothing for Hie Spratt dog to
Before turning to the hlgti'v Inter
esting programme of the married man
who bellevpa In "system," I must call
attention to una Important onuaelon
He aloaa not say what atfiould lie de
cided whan the wife objecln to her
husband's, neckties or the husband an
nounces that ho "will never go out
with her tn that dreas " Till la una of
the most dangerous rocks ahead. How
may M be avoided?
ELABORATE SYSTEM FOR THE
The Utters of the married philoeo-
phar and tha observant bachelor
Co. (The New Tors: WmMi.
authority an Evening World reader
remarked tba other day that there
cvuld never ha two bo see In tha
home, aa pome more liberal spirit
had au (treated, becavusa "the) Spar
Una triad a double lrne of kings and
they never amounted to a row of
Without rwfleotltaff. In any way
upon the Spar tame, a married man
to-day cornea to tha defenao of the
double bona Idea and tella exactly
how authority may and should be
divided In the auocesiful home. He
glvoa a vary detailed programme.
which Includes nearly every dim
cmlty likely to arise tn marrlod life, I
and offer definite auggentlona for j
aolvlng them. According to this tn-1
genloua philosopher, the whole '
eecret of married happlneaa is aye-
a head to make final decisions
l'Jven when a body or men must
muke tha decision there la alwaya
una fthoee personality or power
of convincing awaya the opinions
of the others. In domeatlc life
there haa alwaya been difference
of opinion Soma one muat glva
In, or opinions claah and produce
chaos Tha wife ahould not be th
deciding Judge In matters that
more closely belong to tha bus
hand. Ills own work should alwaya
be Included (ln these She might
offer her Opinion or make aug
gestlona, but If she meets solid
opposition she should surrender.
The a. Linn rule should apply to
liuliby when wife's work la tba
SUbJSOt. There are many mattera
that concern both sides of the
house equully. IVir inatance, baby'a
name, whom to Invite for enter
talnmrsat, entertainments to attend,
the education of the children, and
a boat of smaller mattera whloh
might cause differenn of opinion
at almost any time.
When baby Is ooaoerned the hus
band should alwaya surrsndsr hla
opinion, unles It Is a matter that
might seriously a IT sot baby's fu
ture. The wife brings baby Into
the world at a risk to her own life.
Perhaps not ons man lu a million
over wilfully places bis life at aa
He would be a very narrow
mludnd man who Interfered with
hts wife's opinions of buhy, except
upon vital subjects, As a rule
the wife ahould "civ in' when
the boya are concerned, and tha
huaband likewise when the glrla
are affaoted. Differences of
opinion In all auch trivia) mattera
aa lnvltatlone oould be dectdud by
a tosaup Financial matters ahoull
always be decided by hubby If ',
ts th financial end of lha game.
One Ten Cent Box of
the Famous Chocolate Laxative
will regulatr your bowels and relieve you of the miierin of
Tf your stomach itn't just rifrht, if you liavr a bid tate in the mouth,
coated tongue, feel distressed after enting ai.d hivs frequent headache, just
iry Ex -Lax. This will tone up your
vigor and strengthen the nervous system. You will )e surprised to see huw
quickly your energy, ambition and ippgttil urill toil c back to you
10c and 'j Rot st AH Dra Sor.,
Luear Aia.- tie? ooeaear '
For meteors of entertainment and
othsrs of a similar nature 1st
hubby bs th ruling Judga on
week and wife the next, of oourae
there should be the recall If he
abuses his authority by staylns
out till I A. M. every day of hla
weak; or. If wlfay holds a theatre
party avert' night of her weak,
oaualng hubby financial worry.
I believe that much matrimonial
dlaagreianent Is largely the reault
of lack of ayatem. Everything
perfect In the universe aeems to
have a ayatem. The stars and
planeta have system, all she laws
of nature have a ayatem. Business
without system ceaaea to be bual
neas, and love without system soon
ceases to be love. Prevention la
better than cure. A business man
looks ahead, than lnatalla a ayatem
to prevent possible setbacks Mar
ried couples should look ahead.
Experience teaches that no two
minus will slwaya aaree on all
subject ooneldnred. A good plan
would be to liietall a ael of rules,
before.... .ml, for the Battling of pn
atble iii-.igreemnts. Aa nw dls
agTesmi ata bob up add to the Hat
of rule. l.NSI ItANi 1. AOiCNT.
BXPiaaoTiosTg rmont tx ataja
Dear Madam The huaoand who
eat um a weakly wage by lbs avveat
of hla brow or the use or big braJu
ahould have more than a word to
ssy as to Its rxpetMilltire If he ts
oonvinced tbut his belter half Is
Just a chattering, cooalng and wash
ing machine, with a strong affection
for the movie and gossip if he
posaoseee a fortune and haa an In
nome to apend without reeervp. an
equal division with his wife la tha
simplest thing In the world. It
rould eliminate all bossing on
either side 1 find from olsaerra
tlon that It la ttie smell things
which caiiee discussion In tho
homes The man wante tils meals
on lime and makes no allowance for
falluros of oflg delivery, meat de
Itverv and froien water-pipes and
Kaaplpesi Me likes to slop In a
cold room where Hie a Ind fans the
blankets lu a merry bresga, She
like a mod'Ta'e temperature, with
out a breexe. Argument, the boas
, i bi.in In the strong-wllUd one
I I 'til likes quiet, the other gavi'lV. If
one Is orderly the other Is s posi
tive cyclone uround the rooms, altoes
and waring apparel adorn the
floors snd chair Writing to ton
pair us I um doing Is mu li mora
dlverilng tluin irytng to unite our
aelvrs to the human companions we
choose In Ufa. It would require the
PBtiOnOg of ten Jobg for any jnsn or
woman to live With his positive op
posite and not rebel when things get
Tha homo boss wonld csaaa to be.
If one would take a doaa of time and
oommoa Bens before marrying In
.lasts, nomance and common seaee
r in not related. Thoa who ohoos
roll ano oftsn waks ap aa the di
vorce court, ot become e living
at til to tha unmasked human amo
tions, warning all who pass about
that abyss Just ahead
Who Is wia enough tn this world
to sot ths mlrads of men snd Wantatt
right on home unity? Ml two
stoniarli, ;tu! .I;; slion, promote bodily
MKt UKILLi LtAU
nmip to, rirrrv
blnLO iu mu
AS STORE BLAZES
Hourteaitli Street Shopping
District Has Scare as Day's
Business Is About to Start
One hundred and fifty girls were In
the waist and ault store of the Bedell
Company At oe 14-14 West Fourteenth
etrest this morning, soms r"iryliig
their wreps In the : ak room and o'h-
smoks began to seep through cracks In
tha main floor. Just above lbs engine
I A a!ewmn walked nutekir to the
front of the stors and wniepere to ,
t'larance Hunt, the alevato' runner.
'1 think tba building Is on fire." abe j
Hunt pressed hts hand against the
metal ahesthlng of the elevator abaft
and took It away mrlnkty. Tba metal
waa scorching hot In ths rear of th
tore the smoke had gathered In a cloud
and Hunt ran M the office of K N
lax-kwood, Uie superintendent
A moment later a atong aa clanging
the fire signal and tha girls were oelmfcf
taklna 'he pla. ea asalgnsd to them In
the etore'a elaborate fire drill, while the
I men enuiloiyed In the store- olerks, por-
lets aid department manager alike -I
were forming a bucket brUa le
The front doors, still locked to ths
public. WSm thrown open and the long
, line of girls tinned quietly to tha aide-
walk. Soma wanted to get their wraps,
but wers rsfused permission. Othsrs
ln1td nn staving behind and taking
l lBcea heelda I be man In th bucket
brigade and no amount of onsxlng or
commanding rnuld make them leav
By thla time amnk was drifting Into
Urania stole, which Is built around
Bedell's, enclosing It to the east and
weat and In the tear, tin lha lire gong
tn llearn the elsnsl "Stand feet!" was
tattooed, and the glrla cams from be
hind tb counti is and runne l in line
in the Blaise. As In UeUell. there
was not the slightest suggestion of
panic -even leas xultiiienl than In
lest drill wberu there had been neither
amok, nor Mann to play on he nerves.
When the engines arrived tbe buoket
brlggdS wna aUII at work, girle and m. n
paaeing along the walsr-hlled bucke's
with 'he COOinsSS of profea1onal fire
flshtera while the smoke momentarily
gri ft dogear, At the salient of ths rsal
; firemen the last of ttva Uedell empkiyeut
I war marched to tho aldawalk I'oaoieaa
and hatleas. most of tliain took refuge
in Uie llearu slurs. In the aisles of
1 which mailt of Ins saleswomen were
I crowded There a a no ea.Kius frum
fits nr.. men had sattatderAble trouble
in .viiuKuishitui tn.. Maaa wbbh luart
'stalled fium a dafecPVe flue In the
iledell engine room. The tltanea had
ullllstspd through th stud. litis on the
! tirsi and gscond goes and partly on th
"drd. and the protecting sheet meta.il
J had to be ripped away.
I.lnee of hose Stretching across Fcair.
teenlh etraet and a f OftgSStlOn or ap
paratus tied up eriaistowm transporta
tion for thrss quarters of an hour
from 1f. tiut'l li o'clock-at th helgtll
of the rush hour Police reserves bad
all they could do to keen persons hurry,
tng oftlcewi-l hoin break ng 1. rough
the flro line.
II I not believed that be damage will
amount to .nor., than UNO
heart ever I- it aa ons through
twenty five visits of marrl.l Ufa?
V Ity do we desire to boss e'ich
. Iher. unles both are wrotn;? Some
are fond of ikod a w ord, and yet obey
It not "!o unto othera," Ao . 1
th l.est adVlc that th world has
for hut.bands and wives -obey II
and a boas will not be needed Aa
a labtlhalflf maid, I write w hat I aee
reflex-ted from the tnarriaua mirror.
THE PULSE o thi Plavrr
Piano n the "peda
touch " Tin touch "i the
"Wtb tMiiM m cu't W0"
m io rrmarkalilv aimitstr to thtt u. the
liutnan bni. tliat many ait ip"rt hai
fjilfd tittrrly to '. . ,ifcf .-li the ciif -ftNMI
brtWitB KtlM .-laying and
"pedal touch" plavmtf.
Hit, Htylr tft l-'io, HttiF
Ht, Sflr N .0I, Ml( HI
Cnnvrnirnt tormi HtMiklet OB r- law-aat .
Botrasos ssih st, N. V.
The New ENGLISH Model
witfc LINOCORD Buttonholes
a roe 2 SO
, Tees', N. T.
Ose. . Ids A Co.
Sf SANFORD Ti i3
29 KB I J
SI A IS K
SEAS FLING LIFEBOAT
ABOUT LINER'S DECK,
CRUSHING THREE MEN
Muu.ctonlca Swept Uy ,wesitnwnrd t mir fh. mm
While Gale Blows for Days
on Roughest Trip.
Tie Mlnnetonki. of tba Atlantis
Transport line, arrived today from
Southampton, after one of the roughest
voyagss In her career. AM ths way she
sncountsred high winds and wr'ld
with croe aeae Most of the time hr
panrs wsre kept beloss, for It wss
dangsrnus to he on deck with the gals
The handaorraMt Suits in
every particular ever offered at
their original prices. NOW
THE SACRIFICE COMES
A CLEARANCE SALE
WlfEN THE VALUES IN
THEM ARE FAIRLY SCIN
TILLATING. $25. $18 and $30 $10.75
SurU Reduced to J-O
Everv one of these suits is the
tort of thoroughbred that makes
a New York woman proud of its
potsestion. They exhibit the
fine points of distinction be
tween the specially designed,
exclusive suit of the specialty
house and the half-fashionahlr.
To catalogue the mstensla
would require a fashion page- -and
the models represent Fash
ion's full variety.
Handsome $12 and $IS $fc 75
Suits Reduced to O
It seems like a fable, even in a
sale season, to talk of a present
able suit at $6.75 and under or
dinary circumstances it would
be. These ware very special
efforts at $12 and $15.
Every Favored Fabric
It is difficult to pick either
material or style to feature here
-the list is well nigh inc.
haustible. They are tailored
nnd trimmed in a way unusual
with suits at their original pric:s
Thursday Sale at All Four Store t
iX 4 LARGE STORES
to purchaTso finest quality quadruple silver plated
At Nominal Prices
MIRROR. BRUSH AND COMB SETS Best quad
ruple plate, sterling design!!, regularly $6.00 to
$7.50, for 3.75
MILITARY BRUSH SETS Best quadruple
plate, regularly $1.50 to $6.75, for 1.75
CLOTH BRUSHES Best quadruple
plate, regularly $2.50 and $3.00, for 1.25 and 1.50
JEWEL CASES Best quadruple plate, regu
larly 95c to $7.75 each, ,
for 50c, 75C, 1.25 and 2.50
COLLAR BUTTON BOXES Regularly
,SUc to $1.25 each 35c and 50C
Many other novelties proportionately reduced.
That a 1 si 11 appetite may Im j
tempted with jut 'lash of ;
srvLe e '
Made by ES. I'ritflianl,
8.11 Spring St., New Vork.
Sold by tirocem nvtrrj - i
rhare, st. iiff bottle. X U
A seven-time World
Want Works all tbe
week. Order one
to-day and prosper.
I r1n 1 III WBVCS SW
On last I i r 'l.i when the
Mowing tiirotis-h fields
with mil .!.,. wliltci
r the I
st' k snd llir a nd blowing
t miles an hon-. No I lifeboat.
stBrfiMiar.i side, hes me loose fregSj
dalt ami i do k' i attain aV
I iniir.n ordered ten men, in 01
flo'eiin Oiarles Nelson, to
boot The little rirt was til
bout Ilka a wonn i. whale, anal
the et-smer r . I fur a
ing thein sgsti i t ,. ste cabin.
Tb otbera fUSSSS to tSSlff
'and with difficult dr nt.-ed iheaa
the smoking room Nelson's
shoulder was rtlslnrst- I and his is
broken Andrew Turner hsd a frastsj
right leg sad iohn Henry's left SjJ
was broken Th swnglng. threSPJ
boat finally was se-ured its fast
Aiming the Mlnnet., iks's t.aaesng
was tJldv Darwin, wlf ,,f Sir lbs
Pare in. who Is on a tali to a nierv
sister In this city. She was serosa)
nled v Keddle Bat Plstebsr and
t.6M Bros. Street ,
Headache r It's Your Lin
Man. I'eoplc Take tl
I'owtier When a l.ivsr
ionic la Needed,
I Hi i
f.,r I alomel.
anions "i. take lr Kttwar
i ."I. I- the in. nn. tit lie Miaprcts
or bowels will never have hcatlachav
There is im nscsssity, whru yoej Safes
Olive 'faille! -. ot following 1 1. cm op weta
uasty, sickening, gripinii salts or I
oil. as Mm li, mid alter taking Ca
thi, i Tablets do not cunt u I
I or any other metallic .Irut- I hey a
purely vrgetublr eompounil mixed I
olive oil, sonar-coated. rS8.V to take,
never gripe Of ffSutf acakneas.
I I In. li-in.!- id neulile tike one I
I niglil at brdlime just In prev ent disordsv
j ol the ion. conalipalion, . ui bieeaVA
pimples, lirada. lie..-'..
Dr. bdward. rslnnirl's old eneaav,
diacovsred the (oriuiila for Olive TaMgts
latter leventeen vesra of practice) i
patient alflictrd ailb liver and
Try them tor a week fake ooeoare.
'Bvery little Olive Tablet bag a I
sssat all iU own. iu. ami sso
Tha tve Tablet Compaay.
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