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TR1 EVENIWG WORLD, 110 If DAT, JANUARY 20, 1913.
Father Bclford Sys Effort
Wis Made to Stp OpposU
"V tion to "L" Lines.
CxCormissioner Pans Oiat
jftVhn Attacked, But Recor
Iters and Defends HisCoursa
m. Btt. fo-mf piwm
Merries Comtiili'onnr. collapsel to-6mr
hne he wf bln IgafeSels MM
bf Dr. WrhsM kvln. representing ths
Kant UrooWlyn rltlsens' Association at
hearing before the Publio HsrvSr
m mission Ir Kevin aald Mr Baa
sett had poken In favor of th pro
iiop.d crosetom-n elevated lln of th
Wrooalya llsnld Transit at th hearing
bafora Um (.Vromlmlun Maturday after
noon ascaue be v retained for the
purpose and ntt aa a c 1 1 J e n .
Mr. Basset! IMI back In he ohalr.
and tboaa esbuut Ma thought ha had
minted. There wire rail for a phy
ahaaa. many peranne In the rrowdad
room wtirre the heirtng waa In prosr
se Mood on chain, and lhn waa
I onattereMs mfuslori A moment
latar Mr. Bastwtt waa on his fset aa
rtlng ha had spoken for tha line at
tha behest of several oostness oreenl.
$45,000,000 as a Gift,
Traction Grab's Demand
From City, Says Mitchel
Subway Contracts Drawn on Indefensibly
Padded Estimates Based Upon Straphang
ing Congestion "Jokers" Slip Inordinate
Profits to Underwriting Bankers.
President John Purroy Mitched of the IVard of Aldermen this after
noon appeared before the Public Service rnirrtisin and submitted a
brief againsl the proposed operating contracts with the IrttrrWiroiigh and
B. R. T. for the new Moo.ooo.fxw subways.
His objections to the Irrterhoroirgh omlract, wtikh he called "vicioiis
and disadvantageous," included :
The practical guaranty to tha company or f t,33u,ooo, in the prefer
entlal payment allowed on account of old capital Invested In the present
y ate m la based upon earning from liiadccjuatn aervlce and Indecnnt con
gestion, I PBEIIU TKII IPOS r'ALHK AITOI STIM1, AMI IMlKFrNHI
BLY PADDFJD TO THK KXTBNT OF A VAHT HUM, WHICH IH THICK Kit N
DONATED EACH TEAR BT THE CITY TO THE COMPANY.
The provlalon for the leveling of dieting leas as to a tint forty-nine
yiear term, by extending; the present unduly favorable operating terrra for
the company for long periods of yeara, reaalta In A OIFT TO THK COM
PANY Or APPROXIMATELY 46,U4HMM0.
The above levelling of terms of existing, leases to forty-nine year la
virtually and lu etTeri a guaranty to the eompany by the city for fortynlno
yeare of all operating expenses, i um, Ac., a lump turn of C(,:i36,00n on
account of old capital, and at leant all per cent. IPON ALL NEW MONEY
PROVIDED BY THE COMPANY.
CITY'S LOSS IS ASSURED AT START.
Jt makes certain the loss of Interest and sinking fund upon the city In
vestment In the new subway, or Insures sod perpetuates Indocent concastlon
as the condition of earning a return on city work.
The ItMorborough contra -t offera no Incentive or reward for efficient or
economical operation, but does offer every Incentive for ch.uanorv and po
The plan effectuated by thl contract con tain i none of the advantage
of private management hat practically all of the disadvantageous feature
ef municipal operation.
By Incurlng that the city will never receive interest and slnltlng fund
TAKES HIS LIFE
IN ELKS' CLUB AS
Jacob Stlhl jr. Shoots Himself
After Talkinj? to Brother-in-l.aw
A tew minute later Mr ItaeseU
again waa under Are. Hdward M. Hav
Uand, representing tha Bedford Avenue
lYoaslown trubway Extension Ieagua.
wmhu iiiui wiiii iihii.ii m iniwi i . . . . . . . , ,, .... v - . . . w
alatagMnta at tha hearing A.turday. but , TzT. . 7 " - -
ItMIIIUfa 1 UUI IUO UVVV iiuov, a-uu wiw t i "f i.uejiiis ms w -ta go auin as uuilUlUfl
capacity for the future.
The eiolutlve sinking fund of 1 per oent. allowed upon the company's
new capital will produce a surplus In the sinking fund of from -39.000,000
to ,60,000,000, WHICH THE COMPANY IS PERMITTED TO APPROPRI.
ATE TO ITS OWN EXCLUSIVE I'HI.
R peTMlta the Inordinate and unnecessary profits of the bank
era who underwrite the bonds to be made the apparent excuse for
Mi excessive sinking fund surplus awarded the company as stated
the CommlMlontra aalt the man h
referred to waa an engineering: quetkon
and act to be dlscuMed at tha piant
CLffHOYMItl ATTACK MOVE FOR
THK "L" ROAD LINES.
Asgr doubt about Brookiyo'a oiu'.m te
the palm ae the city of ohurohsa waa
dissipate! at the aeastdn. OsMR neb
of all denomination a war numcoua
the bag crowd wlU filial the
the "halt bedroom," It was
Haturday aad half a dosen of
them apoKe sgjagast any etwvaUd an net -use
bHnir built on Bedford avenue.
One i in Savor of -fcut he IWas In
leearipyiit and spolie or, the advan
tages t aoorue to that aectkm with
bettsr ' unaportatlon
Ossnlot ,a freely eajpreaaed at the
u of the tneel.ng ma'. : .e
laea wouM unfawrabiy rt-
card Ut- Hsdfari avrnu nr to
and woull rtfui tha ti. al
by the B. R. T. No lntln.ntton
of the eplnk-n of the Commissi -r
waa given, and Chairman WUleM
a sand for brief J from all 1nterai!l.
Rev. John I. Beltord. paaior o-t the
Okejrah of the ltatlvlty, alarted the pro
tests again at the yrnpoaed lino through
ths Bedford aectton. He outline! liS
advaatagea that would follow the tutld
lag of the 11ns.
RAVI A HQ POLITICIAN TRIED
TO STOP HIM.
'They e tried to atop ma," aald
Pathsr eVabtord. "The B. K. T has
seat tots ef people to oall me oi the
last oas waa la tuggaal polittcia'i la
at I rfuwi to be ullud
Jacob Mtald Jr , a well-to-do rlrar
mansfacturet, who lived with his wite
,-ind fnmllv at No. Uj FranUI n nenne,
tie llr.n. shot and killed hlmaelf to
day In a bwlroom of the Klki- '"lub st
No. IIS Went Kit third tret Hs left
two letters explaining hi act which ere
now In te hand. of Coroner lit llenateln
Hlahl, for eeveral eaie a gaSStbST of
the Klka and a well known rbciire about
the club, went to the t.loldioine with a
anltcaa on Friday and took a bedroom
on tfii eleventh floor. 11 did not leave
I he clulihoime and kept cloaely to hi
room. 8o reticent waa he that hla e
i'lulvenea wa commenteil upon by hi
friend In the club.
Ambrose Christ, a brother-in-law of
Hlahl, I ailed bltn on the telephone at
the Klka' lub at 10 o'clock this morn
ing and Judged from Stahl' voice th:tt
be waa laboring under high norvotia ex-
llemeitt. Me ImmedleteVy hurried
h round 10 the lub and telephoned to
"lon't come up'" the voice came bck
over the wire. "I'll be down shnrtlv.
welt for me."
'hrlet waited for threi-quartera of nn
hour, ami again telephoned to hie hrrth-er-ln-la'
room. Thl lime he got no
answer. Then It waa thai an attend
ant, aerrt to the room by Hecrrtary Car
roll, dhirovered the aggektS.
He fmind the bed uno- -ujiled and .iw
PtaJd'e brwly rjlng on the bathroom
Moor, a m-celllvc revolver lying near tho
openeil nnr of the rUIH hand.
In the letter to Secretary Carroll. Hlahl
apologised at length for the trouble that
hi aot would bring to the club. He ald
that ald from hi family hi brother
of the Klk held the lilghet place ul hi
heart. He Incloaed hi membership card
in the Bronx ldg wf Klk. No. 847, In
the letter to Carroll.
CLAUSE BARS JEWS,
CHARGE IN SENATE
La Folletie Leads Fight on
"Certificate of Character"
Reject Committee Report.
TAFT GOES TO NEW HAVEN
TO QUIT AS YALE TRUSTEE
President and Mrs. Taft. Mr. Loula
Monre. lter of Mrs. Taft; Secretary
Charlea D. Utiles and Major Thomas U
Khoads. MlllUry Aide to the President,
left In the president' private car for
(T a u b n It, la miirnlM. SolnS from
A failure to provide tor competitive public bidding on the sale of ' the' Grand Central Station on the .U
company's bonds causes thes bonds to all below their raaj value and nx-
cludea the enjoyment of the premiums that the city's own guaranty would
bring upon such a public competitive sale.
Recaption provisions of the contract have been devitalised.
The city It not safeguarded by the provisions for arbitration and with
respect to depreciation fund boards.
Notwithstanding all previous reports, opinions and resolutions adopted
by the Public Service commission and the Board of Bettmste and Opportlon
ment, the contract provides that the city shall pay for tha Stain way Tun
nel, nearly 1400,000 more than has been heretofore agreed upon.
CASTRO GOES TO NAGEL
WITH PLEA FOR RIGHT
TO PAY FRIENDLY CALL
You cRn "BRnk"
on the Accuracy of
Harris Eyeglass Servic
.awyers Will Appeal to Courts
If Secretary of Commerce
and Labor Fails Him.
Patrick's Church, said ths "X" would
allenci the pulpit of his church, rathsr
Kar-ell pastor of the Church of St.
Petar and Ht. Paul, Wyth avenus and
South fleoond atreet. Brooklyn, was ths
llrst clergyman to anlsr In favor of ths
II... He eakl thu rvnnolnt section
vii In need of rupld transit of soms
sort, many factories were unoccupied
an1 busln block were dead, a a' re
mit of Iks M-sence of proper tranepor
tatton fa' lilt lea
"W can t wait twenty years for a
subway -JV must tak the beat we can
gat." he sld
Dr. Cadnian moved a vote of thanks
to inialrmen Wllloox and the Commis
sioner for the fslr hearing thy had
given. It was carried with a cht er.
Dr. Cadman sought to nmouth over the
attack on Mr. l!uiett. He aake.l Dr.
a putMo career would net I Kv1n to go ove. ann
that if it did aaC the: "ol 0,1 " "
s voice nearu oy mw "
"Whv didn't he oom here and tell
the Commissioners ho had a fas In III
RsUord refuted to name this
L He begged Chairman WlUoafl
net t snake a Bnlatak at the end of
big tare. He exarensed the nopi- that
sr bopsd it wouldn't o wiin a
blot upon It.
M. W. Konobla. a representative of for wnat he was aaylngr
tha fourth assembly District Brooklyn, ! ge
HsvUaattoa of (h earning aad ones
for ths property Itself. Tale rake
off is S35,ooo,ooo, for, aooordlag to
ths ISIS report of the Xnterbor
ongb, aaoh was the oost of Its
Ths avsalag World has al
ready ssjpossd ths clause aadsr
which the contract msraatses the
oompany aaanally over IT per
eeat., a lamp mm of M.MS,000,
apoa It Msmassd Investment la
ths present subway, aad la addi
tion to this hogs gUt. at least a
par esnt, apoa all new moneys
provMsd by tha oompany, which
la considerable. These payments
art to be mads to ths oompany
from ths not earnings before the
olty gets oas sent for Interest and
sinking fund upon Ha hag in
vestment la ths underground gys-
80ME "JOKERS" IN THE B. H. T.
Here nru some of the "Joker In fhe
The Presidential party, with a aquad
of Secret elervlce men and four motor
cycle policemen a a guard, arrived at
the Forty-fifth atreet h.igage-room en
trance of the Grand Central station at
.lo and went directly to the train by
way of the baggage-room. They rode a
frlght levator UOWg to tne level or me
tracks. Facetious comments were made
by bystandera over the fact that In the
freight elevator 1 a large sum bearing
the following notice. "All peraon riding
on this elevstor do an at their own rlk-"
President Taft goea to New Haven to
attend the nieetinK of the Yale Corpora
tion, at which hla resignation will be
accepted In order that he may accept
the Kent Chair of Law.
The Prealdent will return to Nw
York this evening In time to dine with
hla brother, Henry W. Taft, and go bo
the theatre. He will take the midnight
train for Washington.
WAaMMOTON, Jan 20 -Following
rgjerOM fight upon It. led by Htnator
Ie Follelte, the conference report on
the Itiirnett-DllllnKliaTn immigration Mil
wa rejected by the Senate because of
n cJnoe which. It na claimed, would
exclude a majority of Jew Immigrant
from RaSglg iind Itoumanla At the re-
aussl or Senator idg ths bin went
bn h to OOnfsrsneti which n III i asked
to SllgJllnatS that feature.
A determlnel light, In whico Henator
Stone, I'lioi inan and Sinunon Joined.
a made n the ' certificate of charac
ter" clan Senator l.a Follettc de
clarsd It went far beyond the purpose of
the eSppei IMS of the plan ami turned
over to other countries the deteanlna-
tton of what class of emigrant should
lie acceptable In the United Statin.
Practically every wnator received n
telegram from Ixnil Merahall. Prcsl
dent of the American Jewleh tagtie
saying the Inovltehl effec t would be to
exclude ,i majority of Jew -omlng from
Unrein and lUiumanla.
Senator l.odse contendod that the pro
vision dll not affect Kusalan Immi
grants, and held that tile confer.. had
not exceele,) their authority Senator
I, a Folic! declared Huaela eottld pre
eitl It geropli leaving for the Cnltd
State be revising to laeue certUlcattw
ef good character. Ruenlan who now
fitnif to the LJnttSal Slat'i, sut-i-eptltlous-l.v.
he sabl, would, under the new pn-
lalOOS, be nxcltided.
"All thoae who ttelleve In repirblic.xn
principles of goaernment coulrl be re
fueed a certWcate," he said "Huaala
knOWg that one free tongue In New
York I more harmful to Kusalan des
potism than 10,oro shackled subject In
Siberia. Uusein doe no. want these
set pU serklng fresdOS admdrted to tne
Culled Wiites. and T believe taht I why
nme other; do not want them admitted.
For these people ire a menace to plu
tocracy, and there are eertaln people !n
this country who do not favor encour
aging the menace to plutocracy."
THREE NAMED TO PASS ON
"BIG TIM'SMENTAL STATF.
Oinmittce Selected by Court on
Relatives Petrtion Meet Wednes
day With Sheriff's Jury.
Supreme Court Justice Hendrivk thl
afternoon appointed the following com-
..ulaalon to Imjulra Into the mental con
dition of Congressman Timothy D. (Big
Tim) Sullivan: William 'tllen. attorney,
with office In the Singer llulldtng; Dr.
Apinwall Judd of No. 177 Weal sixtv
tiluth atreet, and John H. Van Tine, g
retired merchant with an office at No.
150 Naiaau street.
"lllg Tim" 1" confined at Dr. Bond's
eanltarlum In Yonkera, pursuant to an
order signed by Supreme Count Juatlce
Amend ten days ago. On Saturday Pat
rick IT. Sullivan, the leader brother,
Urrn'F Mulligan, his half-brother.
Mrs. MarEaret HK'kev. hi half-latr,
asked the Court to appoint this com
mlsglnn to Inquire Into their relntlve
mental atate and also for ths sppotnt
nu'til of a commlaalon to Inquire Into
and ascertain the big fellow' xad
ivtate. The latter commission hn n it
yet been appointed.
The three commlsstonera appfdnted to
day will meet at 4 n'clook Wednesday
afternoon with a Sheriff Jury In the
olllce of Sheriff Jullua Harburger.
Ciprlano Castro, who came to America
'o pay a friendly visit of short dura
tion," but as yet ha penetrated no
farther Into the t'nlted States than the
Federal Building, nppenled to-day to
Secretary Nagel of the Department of
Commerce and Dalmr at Washington
over the head of the special board of
Inuulry which ordered him excluded as
an undesirable alien.
A brief of considerable lensth. drawn
up by I.OUI Marslinll. who In a mem
ber of the la firm or Quggen hei m,
Cntermyer nnd Marshall and a rero,
nlaed authority on immigration In,
was forwHnled to Mr. Nitgel. In tne
b-1ef it Is set forth that Castro did not
con. mi perjury, as found by the Board
of Inquiry, and that hla refuaal to an
swer certain ipteatlotis. Instead of prov
ing that there exist damaging fan
which he delr to conceal, " merely
reflect the attitude of an Indignant
"'astro asertlon that he did not
know Liul Va tela, who ent .him word
concerning the execution of ,len. An
tonio Pnredea, Is exgnlned as having
ten Intended only to convey the Im
pression he would no; recognise the
hoard right tn question him slons i
"Another question." a the brief.
outllnlnK I " lHanl' method of exami
nation, "was: "While you were Praaldent
of Venesuela. how sere the revenuee of
the government raised?' This question,
propounded by our government officials.
I, to ay the leant, extraordinary. It is
an endeavor to discover how a friendly
power mnnaged It Internal affairs ami
legulatcd Its Internal government and
lolatee the rule of comity. Juat Imagln
what would have occurred If ax-Preal-
Itooicvelt had been Interrogated tn
It:,'. Ciermany. France or England:
The contention held 1n the brief If
that the Parede offense Is purely a
political one and that the bOM'd at
tempted to tiaurp the ofllres of a crim
ff the brief does not cause Secretary
Nagel to nullify RlS action of the board
the case will Ibe taken Into the courts
by OsOIS,t OordjOg Baltic, the sttorney
who swore out the llrst writ of habeas
corpus In loehalf of the little ex-
ths elevaxati Itn-
Herbsrt Keevea, rapresentlag
gsjulh Rids Board of Trade and
arvlce League; A. J. Murphy
dent of the Borough Park
Trade, and Htephen W. Dodge apoks
la favor ef tb proposed tins. Mr
Jieevea. pleading for ths line, brought
tsrth s round of hisses.
AYS "L" ROAD LINE WOULO
RUIN THE SECTION.
Dr. S Parka Cadman, pastor of tha
Central Congasgai1onai Churoh, thsa
took up ths rudgsls against the line.
He aald the proposed "la" line would
Injure the section around his ohur a.
Warner D Mattesen. oounsel for the
Bedford Avenue Crasatotwn Subway
League, said eltlssns of the section
arses willing to wait until they could
get a subway, but that they would
never be content with an elevated Una.
The Rev Archibald F. Campbell, ths
pastor, aad ! A BouvlUs, both reprs
asntlng the Nostraial AvstlUe Methndlat
Kpts -opsl Hhurrh. protested agalnat
the nroastown "I. "
The Rev. father Taaffs, pastor of St.
S $45,000,000 GIFT
IS THE TRACTION
SALOON HOLDUP FAILS.
Two msn with revolvera neld up to
men In the aaloun of Kugene Vorburger
No. 100 Bloomflcld street, lloboken. N. J
last nlgbt, but they got no rash. While
one of the bandit held the ten men at
bay, the other went behind the bar,
where Vorburger atood at the cash reg
ister ready to light.
The bandit slipped hla revolver In his
pocket and pulled out a raaor, with
which he slashed the proprietor on the
neck, face and arms. Then the two hold
up men made a quick exit before ths ten
utotner recovered from their fright.
. . ... ..... ... U & . .... lAa.
pronged operant, contract with the j cd "the, P were" notmed"
H it. T.: I e
In t.ie event that the city athnubt Ubj
decide to recapture the subways, which t
ACTRESS WITHDRAWS SUIT.
Mies F.dllh Tallaferro'e Aetlon for
l ibel Settled tint of t'onrt.
Announcement ws maiie in the Su
preme Court to-day tfial the ault brought
bv Edith Talla.orro. an actress, to re-
mms 1100.000 for libel from Deane
Ijirabee Weaver, a clerk for Spencer
Trak A Co., and son of a Presbyterian
clergyman, had been withdrawn and set
it out of court. No detail of tha
settbment were ma 1 public.
Mis Taliaferro based her action on a
letter written by Weaver to nl wife.
Mr. Florence Shortle Weave:-, from
Ixirur Beach last August. Mrs. Weaver,
tn an affidavit connected with her sep
aratlon action Included the letter In
which Weaver la Bald to have referred
to Mis Taliaferro In a way her TamJIy
ELDERLY FOLKS! CALOMEL SALTS
AND CATHARTICS AREN'T FOR YOU.
Harmless, gentle "Syrup of J igs is best to cleanse youi
stomach, liver and 80 feet of bowels of sour bile,
decaying food, gases and clogged-up waste.
(Continued from First Peg.)
can supply you
Flour. fJ But if
you want to see
Just how quickly
and easily you
can make bis
I cuita, pies, cakes,
from It, wiaft oar Demons trutiou
fca theae stores):
Orssahat Saigsl Cooper Co.
R. M. htacv 4 Co.
Then get a package and try It yourself.
Ths larger package Is the more scon-
Rscipes in sod on every package
Ice Commtoelon will be out of office
n Feb. 1.
Tna contracta are drawn by ekilled
lawyers snd their SOU printed page of
verbiage BS a llteial muse to the
Kvnraga cltlxen. who might reiul him
self Into a daae and never get a clear
Idea of what they really mean when
reduced to hard pan understandable
terma of the bargain. The two aepa
rat contracts wltn the K. It T. and
I nierborouKii, reapectlvely. are ohoc
IUU OI U10 ll'i.e ill. ne t,i .iiMr
which are perhaps best understood by
the name "jokers"
INTERBORO "JOKERS" NUMER
OUS IN ITS PART OF CONTRACT.
Here are some of the "Jukera" In tne
proposed Inii-eborough operatlnsj con
tract: Tti contract contains no provision
for ths termination of the contraota for
the preseiti aubway, excepi lo Vii or
soms data thereafter. It merely aays
that when the amount paid by tha city
hall be the preaent worth of t.-.e an
nual guaranty of pl.3aTi.win for the re
maining period of the contract, or un
til Jan. 1, in, provided the entire sys
tem Is scqulred. In addition th ally
Is ceiled upon to pay the value at all
The proposed recapture plan provides
not msreiy for the capitalisation of
gross profits, but fur an addsd pay
ment for a part of ths property
nemelv the equipment.
This means that the erty la be
ing asked to pap far the eomlp-
sre bul.t nnd paid for with city's funds,
Hie city must let the U. R. T. have "un
limited trwvkngo" In the news subway
under ' anal. Centre arid Naeaau streets.
In the Flatbusli avenue extension and in
Fourth avenue to Thlrt' -el rhth street
a provision permits the n. r. t. to
amortise about llfi.nun.ouu worth of prop
erty .head of the clt)'s Interest In the
alnklng fund und yet retain ownership
In that property. At the end of the eon
tract the it It. T. would have property
oostlna ... tssi free and clear of all
bonde, liavlus paid for It out of the
earning of the clty'a roads Meantime
the city may not have hud even Interest
and alnklng fund on Its i ontrlbutlon of
70.IOO,(inii to build the eubway.
Aa wn ex'tennlvely exposed In The
livening World a fortnight ago, the
contract permita a 10-ront fare tn
Coney Inlaid until Jan. 1, 1(17, or some
later date In Dm rompuny's power to
Ask B SAO Krone Former
o-ltr pond eat.
Doiil J .Incovea, an attorney of No.
U.o Broadway, brought ault in the Su
preme court to-day, through his aa
algnee, Louis Freund, to recover S2S0
from Jeremiah M. Hunting of Kaat
Hampton. N. Y , who waa named aa
co respondent In the divorce action
brought by Churle J. Weber against
Mr Helen A. We ..-r Jacove claim
he was retained by Mr. Hunting to ai
near for Mr. Weber and oppose i
motion bv Wed.er that he be awarded
the custody of his children. The utp
nrv aweaaa Hunting promised him .'
and paid only tXO.
PORT OK VKW VOHK.
l. .,.l,v. llHlKIIlt
QeTsbris v;- JjMss
. tm New (bean
i .oi i . at. )oti
L i.... Ma,r
You old people, Syrup of Figs is
particularly for you. You who don't
xitcihc as much as you need lo; wno
like the easy chair. You, whoae steps
are slow and whose muscles are less
elastic. You mutt realise that your
liver and ten yards of bowels bsve also
become less active.
Don't reitard Syrup of Fiffa as physic.
It stimulates the liver and bowels just
as exercise would do if you took enough
of it. It is not harsh, like salts or
cathartics. The help which Syrup of
Kisi gives to a torpid liver anil weak.
sluggish bowels is harmless, natural and
When eyes grow aim, you neip urm.
Do the same with your liver and
bowels when age makes them less
active. There is nothing more impor
tant. Costive, rloggrd-up bowels mean
that decaying fermenting food is clogged
there, and the pores or ducts in these
DON'T STAY GRAY! SAGE TEA WILL
DARKEN YOUR HAIR BEAUTIFULLY.
A Mixture of Sne nnd Sul
phur Prevents Dnndruff
and Fulling Hair.
When you dnrken your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur no one can tell,
because it's done so ggtttraUy, so evenly.
It i also pleiulol to remove dandruff,
cure itching scalp and Itop falling hair.
Preparing this mixture, though, st
home is a mua.y and troublesome task.
For about 10 cents a bottle you can buy
at any drug store the rrsdy-tn-ute
tonic called "Wyeth's Sage nnd Sul
phur Hair Remedy." Some drugc'uU
put this mixture up themselves but
stake it too pUckju ae insist you want
"Wyeth's," then there will be no disap
You just dsmpen a sponge or anft
brush with "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
ohur" and draw it through your hair
taking one small strand at s lime. Do
this at night and by morning ull gray
hair disappear and after another nppli
cation or two becomes beautifully dark
rnrd and more glossy and luxuriant than
ever, ion will also discover dandruff
is gone and hair is stopped falling.
(ray. faded hair, though no disgrace,
is a sign of old age and as we all desire
a youthful and attractive appearance,
;;ct buav at once with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur and you'll look yrsrn
younger. Inquiry shows all pharma
cists ia town here sell lots of U.
thirty feet of bowels tuck this decaying
waste and poisons into the blood.
You will never get feeling right until
this is corrected but do it gently.
Don't have a bowel washday; don't
use a bowel irritant. For your sake,
please, use only gentle, effective Syrup
of Figs. Then you are not drugging
yourself, for Syrup of Figs is composed
of only luscious figa, senna and aro
matic which cannot injure.
A teaspoonful to-night will gently,
but thoroughly, move on and out of
your system by morning all the sour
bile, poisonous, fermenting food and
clogged-up waste matter, without gripe,
nausea or weakness.
Rut get the genuine. Ask your
druggist tor the full name, "Syrup of
Figs and Kligir of Senna." Refuse,
with contempt, any other Fig Syrup
unless it bears the name prepared by
the California Fig Syrup Company.
Read the label.
"Help Wanted" and "Situations
Wanted" Ads. were Printed
Last Year in
Than in the Herald.
More positions are individually advertised in The World every
week, month and year than in ALL THK OTHER New York news
papers COMBINED. To phorti your "Help Wanted" Ad. to The
Call 4000 Beekman!
Accuracy is the keynote of the Harris establishment. - -Your
eyes are examined by an Oculist (registered pi i
sician) skilled in his profession by years of experience and
by thousands of searching eye examinations.
Skilled, practical Opticians adjust the frames or
mountingsinsuchamannerastocarryout, intlie smallest
detail, tne prescription written by our Oculist.
The lenses are ground with a care and skill that can
only be fittingly described by the word "Perfection."
The glasses you buy at the Optical House of M. H.
Harris are Guaranteed to give you complete and lasting
satisfaction, whether they cost 82.00 or more your .. 4
money back if you wish it
54 East 23rd St., nr Fourth Atd.
54 Writ 1254h St., near Lrnox Ave.
442 Columhus Ave , 81st ind r.2nd Stf,
,-. .... Uhn C
u nassiu si.. near join.
loo" Broadway, nrar Willo'py, Mfe)l
489 Fulton St . opp A. c S., Bklyn
Broad St.. ntr Kihiw's, NfWr
James McCreery & Co.
On Sale Tuesday, January 3 1st.
NEW LACES. In Both Store.
Valenciennes and Cluny.
Valenciennes Insertions, Edges, tialloons and
Flouncing in designs of Milan, Filet, Duchesse,
Shadow and Esprit; all widths.
French and German
New importations in a large variety of designs!
Widths i to Yi inches. 7c to 25c yd.
Linen Cluny Laces, extensive showing of a
large assortment of pretty designs; exact repro
ductions of the real laces. Widths 1 to 10 inches.
7 c to 68c yd.
to 65c yd.
lo 95c yd.
to 2.25 yd.
RIBBONS. In Both Store.
lx2 nCQ Messaline in Blue, Pink, Mais, Nile
Green, Coral, Lilac, "Alice" Blue and Vieux Rose.
value 99c. 23c yd.
Dresden Ribbon in dainty colors of Pink,
Blue and White. 7l4 inches wide. 39c yd.
Underwear Ribbon in Pink, Blue, Violet and
White. 20c 27c 40c 50c 65c piece,
values 25c to 95c
DECORATIVE LINENS. . boo, st-.
Hand Embroidered Linen Pillow Slips,
a rf s and Covers. values 5.50 to 5.00 250
Scarfs and Squares of Linen, hand drawn
work and lace trimmed. value 9.00 1 95
Lingerie Pillow Slips, hand embroidered, i
value a.rs. 1 .75
Embroidered White Linen Scarfs and Squares.
values 1.25 aad 1.50 100
James McCreery & Co.
1 11.- 71 vi a t 1 i 1 irKav ran hivj i
(For a Limited Period.
Attractive Gowns for street and house wear,
of Cotton Ratine and Linen.
Made to order. 45.00 and 50.00
Tailored Suits of Ratine and Linen. 5000
Foulard Gowns in attractive models. 6500
Thirty -Fourth Street