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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1913.
MARRY WHEN 25
IF YOU SEEK FOR
Boston Savant Says Twenty
Is the Silly, Milky, Castor
IN OLD GUARD, WHICH
PLANS ANNUAL BALL.
FORTY IS DANGEROUS.
Love hi a Cottage Not the
Same as in Suburbs or
City Flat .
"HERB'S THE AGE TO
HAVE KNOT TIED.
Tw-fy-l la th setentlflcalljr
Meal e at which to marry, aascrt
trot. Dalhu Lor Sharp of Booton
"Thirty la taw timid as." ha aaya.
"forty to dancaroua.
"Whan a man raaohaa thirty." he
aaya. "love la a cot tag la not th
Mil thine at all aa lov to tha
or In a ally flat"
BOSTON. Jan. 10. Marry whan you
a twenty-Ov If yon would ha setanU-
y Ideal, aaya Prof. Dallaa ten-
of Boston Unlraralty. Tries
la nothing particularly Ood-
ar dlacrata or ravarant ... n
Thirty la tha timid aae. Korty
tha dacujaroua as. Twenty la tha
aajalam aca. Twaaty la tha ailiv, milky,
tans) aca, whan a boy la atlll liable t
a aroupy and to naad oaator ell and
""When a man raaahaa thirty, however
ha know that ha la not a poet and a
.In of Induetry and that the moon
of cheeae, and that lov in
la not the amine thine at all
i lave In tha auburn or la a city flat.
Imowa Juat anoiarh at thirty to
C to,P T, W BIN M A S.
Iniftnn, tha Wnrcetter 'iniinrntr th
Provlrlem e UflM Infantry. the Newport
Artillery, th Brlatol (It l.i Veterana
aAl vterne of the rlvll and Spanish
Tha Old fJnard, who headquarter!
are at No 229 Waet Dfty-flrat etreet. la
an Independent military battalion exlit
Inar under a charter, lu memhainhlp
on at ate of men who hold an honorable
dlecharre for aervlca In th army, the
navy or tha National 0tird of the
TTnlted Rtatea. It merrtbera are not liable
, for Jury duty. It ran te railed upon fur
duty in caee of tnaurractlun or rlo' by
the leoverrioT only.
IN BREAK FOR LIBERTY.
Soldier Accused of Desertion Ev
capes From Guards at Fori
Porter Up flu Stnte.
STTmPATl, Jan -Frank F nsnMe.
twenty yeara old, an eiiaed 0' eesjar
frwn the army engineer ,-pr mn.ic a
anopMful b'eak trr liberty tinder fire
of the riiarde at Fort Porter SAfff to
I day. IxnVle wa airwete.1 eluttt weeks
no ari'1 SfMgM hre to await trl.il
lavst nlKht he waa put to work In Uie
fomiie rom of the Tiarrack
SENT BY BALKAN
Sultan ( liven fourteen Dtyi in
Which to Accept tlie Peace
I.ONOOV. Tn. .- Rulrarta, Senrta
-unl Montenegro to-dn.y t-renterl an
ultimatum to Turkey pjl v In; th Otto
man Government fo.irteen Wy in which
to make a favoiable reply to the r d
mande. aceoMlna; to new Sasjes laa
.at he from Constantinople
Full power to declare the re a-1 -option
of hoettlltle aaalmrt Turkey waa tele-,-rarhed
to day to Dr. 8. HanelT. leader
Jfa mnde the freedom unor the eye I of the Ilulgnrlan delegation, and hia cnl-
I IfleeMM v.- ih tnl..rln t'ramlr J
UiieeHofT, who told them to eierci It
whenever In their opinion further pe' o
htm. Danlela ft Ur" i a monat the poit
hiilldlnc and eeraped In th darkneaa
The Sheriff of Plymouth, Pa,, notified
the Fedrr.il authorities rwently Wiat ha
held a warrant chawing Ian1ela with
highway robhery allege.1 to have been
vnunltled aliortly after ha disappear, l
from an Kaatern army poet.
Millionaire UritM Hull.
1IOHTON. Jan. 20 -yulncy A. Shaw,
reputed to be Boston's riehof I man,
I'realdent of th I'alumet and Merla
Mining; Company, haa a new fad. Tt Is
ilrl-vlng a pair of Imported Kerry bull
whlnh lie brought over from Ireland.
They are driven by reins piesel through
ring whleh pierce their notiw. They
are tractable and roepond readily to
their drlvor'a order.
negotiations became useless.
Tha representative of the Balkan al
llea will therefore dlrertly notify Oen.
fcavoff, the Hungarian Cornmander-ln-CMaJL
that the armlvtlre has come to an
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
nd aa roor, ea It became appiront that
thre la no hope of th peae plenipo-
'iare raolilnr a mutually aatfa
fartory rTan:emnt. Hoatllltlee will
i;ien BwaMlta four day afterward.
The B i 'ntaSM . ave now dleiovitred
Ihiit Ihey line b - n .o ii,letrly mlsied
in Teaanl . ihe ton'lltlon p'-evalllnf
;n the he!. a( tered Tin kith fonr' f
Adrlanople and have ronaeiuentl do
rfctad. mat a prompt ehMfl in their pol
I'y l tie, ,'ea-y.
Two we ke ago they tp Informed
lint the fall of th" fort'.at could be
pe -led hourly hut a recent -ouni'll of
war hil.l at Muetapha Paalla under
the prwldaiiey Of Klnt Fetdlnnd cnm
to tne eonoluston Ihal Hhukri PaalWi
the Turkish ''ommander in Adrlanople,
had lM!n abb- to economize the sitppllos
In Ibe foftftPJ to such an extent that
Uia itarri'Mti would he able to reaiat
perhaps for several month more.
hakrl Paatat completeil the Work of
deludlnic Ih.' HtilRirltns by mean of
false reports t-pri'ad by atipposed de
serters who rrn hnl the Ilulfarian lines
drawn arouii'l tho city
The COAIfnandaft of the tlulKarlan
forces now know Ihe truth and ItnUrarla
has iatarnlMd to forcr a apecdy aolu
tlon, eltli.-r i,v imti' lu," prafe or re-
eitmina the ar so as la put an end U
lha heavy axpandltnri and to permit the
iifn asadaf arm who eomprlee virtually
I at I on ot
tui-al work. Otharwlaa It Is thouitht the
li'xt harV1 will be loaf.
Th- next tneetinar of lha Ambaaaadora
of the I'hirooean powers at the llrltlsh
Foreign Offic e has been postponed' untlj
Wednesday owtrut to Ihr absence from
town of two of the Ambassador!.
BOY HIT ByTuTOMAY DIE.
flrlrer Mops Hsrhlnr o anddenly
Two Women Are Throes Oat.
BafttVal Waller, ten yeara old. 11-1na;
at No. 3W Clinton atreet, Coron i, was
rtt'i down hv an automobile owned tt1
driven by A. C. Norman, No. Ju
ntalou avenue, Fluahlnit, on Jackson
avenue this morning and W.ll pro'iahl"
,1'e. The little fellow had hrrn sent on
sn er-MTnl and ha1 gone half a Work
when the machine cam along.
Mr Norman aaw tha boy and brnAirht
thi" oar to a atop with a Jar tlrat threw
his wife and Mr. Owens, who were In
the tnnneau, out on the road. The boy
waa eaufhl by the front wheel and
knokri down. II: akull waa fractured,
lie waa taken to hi home, while the
women were attended In a drug store.
Neither waa aerloualy hurt. No aires'
wer male. Those who saw th ac
cident aay that It was unavoidable
$25,000 LOSS IN TWO FIRES.
Karl? Mornlna: Maura filve rater
son SC. J Department Trnnhle.
VXTiatRON. N. J Jan. Sn.-There
were two mill fires here rnrly thla
morning and for a couple of hours the
firemen had their hnnds full. The first
Tne nite In the building ured as a glnz
Inr shop y the P, H. Van Kirk Lumber
f'on jMinv on Fulton atreet. The loss
la estimated at fl2.'vn to Si:.'"' All
around ihe burning building were pli.-s
Of lumber and these had to be soaked
kaap them from burning
PTIOT UN APPROVAL.
h rrm Mi (.'Mraeo Trlb'OH
It waa little IHIIv'b flrat vlalt to the
country and he nvr had oaten corn
on th cob before.
"Papa." ha eald. drawing a long
breath, wiping Ma mouth wl'h hia nap
kin and handing the cob back to hLa
father, "pleaae put aome more beans
on thla atlck an' let me have It again."
Orrine lor Drink Habit
TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE
We are in earnest when we aik you to
give OKRINK a trial. You have noth
ing to risk ami everythinn to gain, (or
your money will be returned it after a
trial you fail to get results from OR
RI.NK. This offer gives the wives ami
mothers of those who drink lo execs an
opportunity to try the ORBINt treat
ment. It is a very "imple treatment,
can be given in the home without
publicity or bus of time from business.
and at a small price. gt
ORRINE is prepared in two forms: W
No. I, secret treatment, a powder;
Now and then a dealer
may tell you that aome
other comet u "juat aa
good aa the Nemo." The
experience of a million
women prove that thia is
I milkman al J O'clock tin morning ORRIXK No. . in pill form, for those
him and you, too. dear
ran are ta be 'aapparted' by a
wha Oejurae you aa coat, who,
Mm wadding, alwaya propoaaa
'walk,' and when It rains hand
luctor 10 oanta, muttering:
tha Inter eat on It gone.' A
who haa figured all the way la
will figure on to thirty-one.
'Thirty may be a fair age In Mlane
aata. feat not In Maaachueett. Th
world Will never keep populated at that
Bit Far children nowadaya, though
OS walaaae aa aver when ttey do hap
po ta appear, ar Incarnated accident!
I o tootamoaot to taking a polloy In
oaavaotdant Inauranc oompany aaarry-
19 U a HIU early, I fear, nut
la a little late, I am aura, far a
aaan to marry. I am Inclined ta pat th
lioal tame at twenty-five.
"Marriage muet wait aa ma what on
ostamony, but It ahould not wait long
aftar twenty-flva for anything except
tfa oound. level-headed, willing girl to
Oka It poaalbla"
Ti Old Ooard Itall of Ml which ta to
be held In Madlaon Square Oarden M
th night of Jan. SO, promisee to be aa
much a aodal aa a mtlltary function,
for th Hat of bozholdera already In
( iudes the namea of mnny perann;. wall
known In aocoty aa well aa ofnara of
hlgti rank la th army, the navy and th
National Ouard of thla and other State
Datall of oftlcera from the vetetan or.
ganlaatlona of nineteen cllle In th
North and South are coming. Wearing
thtr dlatlnctlv and plcturu uni
form rhey will take part In th mili
tary march at ml.ln'irht. Theee Include
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery of
Itoiton, th Oovernoi'a Foot Hoards of
Now Haven and Hartford, the rttch
mond Wins, th Fourth nd Fifth In
fantry of Maryland, the Philadelphia,
I'ltv Troop, the Putnam I'halani, tha
Amoakeag Veterans of Mnnohester. New
Hampshire, rh Mlmitn Men of Wash-
KHIJEO IN M0UMTAIN HUT.
Famout "Pint of Coug!
No Bottar Remedy at Any Price.
Make a plain aTtip by railing one
pint of granulated sugar and lj pint uf
warm water ami stir for two niinutea.
Put ti ounce of pure INnex (fifty
cents' worth) In a pint bottle, and fill it
up with the ttugar Syrup. Thia gives
a Is -SL t t
BACK. N. J., Jan. 10. Or. you larauy auppiy oi me oeai cougn
Branch, County imyalclan of I iyjup at a aing oi e.
Oountr. N. T. talafOionad from ' runuvnir., i ui -. , in nr.,,
lata lean nlgtvt to CMaf of i " "urprising
arlsrei ta Cavtalcllla.
Jan. N Dt
Dunn of Hacksnaaok that a man
Utarty-atz bad be so found dead
but In the moudtaJna by
A letter found In a pocket waa. ln
ajiajutq "Harry Johnaon, Haokenaaok.
J," There waa a bullet wound near
k The body waa covered with
Dr. Uranoh aaM he bellevail
had been murdernd. (atlsrf
fOaind that the victim waa neon
llaabetlh Johnson of Buaaea
afnjpa. He waa a prlivier and waa In
W Oatabtllo for Ma health.
sat hi a gait at saabor.
JCXbANTIO CITT, N. J.. Jan. Si -Ocean
bathing took a apurt her yaterday,
tko M weather and puaahtn attract-
&a half doe an partlaa Into the aurf.
y young woman look a dip. "It
woan't a bit chilly," chirped one. The
bather declared It waa Juet right for
awtmmlng. Boardwalk promeaader
paraded In spring attlra.
It aeems to take hold in-
stn.itlv anil will usually stou the most
! obstinate rough in I hours. Alio ex-
rrllrut for bronchial trouble, throat
tickle, snrr lungs and asthma, and an
unequalled remedy for whooping rough
This recipe for malting cough remedy
with Pinrx ami Sugar Syrup (or strained
honey) ia a prime favorite in thousands
of homes in the I'nitnl Stales and
Canada. The plan has been imitated,
though never successfully. If you try
It, use only genuine 1'iiiex, which is th
most valuable concentrated compound
of Norway white pine extract, ami ia rirh
in guaiacol and all the natural healing
pine elements. Other prviaratious will
not work in thia recipe.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
thia recipe. Your druggist has Pinex,
or will get it for von If not, send to
The Pinex Co.. Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Formerly A. T. Strwurt Si ( 'o.
Hroadwny, Fourth Avr nue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
Another $7.50 Day
In the Women's Store on the Subway Floor
This will lie the let $7.50 dny of the .senon.
We have taken n mimher of suit, eont. and drense that
have liecn holier priced und marked them at this one price.
We want to clear our Winter atoek hefore any more
Spring merchandise arrives.
Suits at $7.50, Worth $10 to $15
Jtiat 100, of hlack and navy hlue ser;e and cheviot, plain
tailored or with hraid trimming. They are conservative
models, suitable for early spring wear.
Coats at $7.50, Made of Fine Materials
Cheviot, hoiicle and tweed, such as went into our $18 to
ftto coats earlier in the season, muy now lie had in these coats
Full length, plain tailored, full linetl with guaranteed satin.
Brown, blue or gray.
Splendid coats for now and for all Spring and next Autumn.
Serge and Silk Dresses, $7.50
They have been $(.7.r). 10 and ffX.7r, and eight in the lot
were specially good values at $8.75.
This, however, is the clearing away of our silk and serge
dresses, and you will find black and colored Matin crepe meteor,
charmeuse and excellent, wool serge.
All sizes in the collection. Subway floor. Old Huil.linc.
T'F.W WjJW ,W.W.Jlf,JW3. WWWl 'fi ll
Call and Make Your Own Terms
Applj te Kw Yrb. New Jereer. I.oti Island, t unarm, ut.
10 YOUR HOME $50 worth
1 tf Forallve.
A Hand',' me Oil Paint
ing with EreriPuriha-.
( ISO orOfer Fot ;h
Furnished at t U
4 Roe ml Furnished at
4 Rooms Furnished at
CJ-SS: 'ZV. I ChlHonlcr to
I enull swell frost aaa larae
"t.Tm. $32.50 I Match
AIL COWS MtRkU
1,200 House Dresses at $1
In the M lutv 8m
Two tables full, one neur the Sub
way cntraiKv, another in the Under
elot ies Store, Subvoy lloor. Old
Six ditferent styles. I'lain oolored
chambrny and percale, and slriiied
A and checked percale. Trimmed with
J plain color and embroidery and made
so simply that they are perfect dresses
for the house. All the models are
Among them is one of checked
percale in blue and white, with
comfortable low turnover oollttf
forming a V-baok and front and
liged with durable einbroideiy.
sleeve are three-quarter length
out of the way and yet suffi
Special White Sale Underclothes
Drawers, 22 styles, 15c, 25c, 38c.
Short Ptttlcootli I styles, J5c and 38c.
Ni-ht gowns, 37 styles, 50c, 75c, 85c and SI.
I one Petticoats, 37 styles, 38c, 50c, 75c, 85c and ,
10 styles Princess Slip, SSc and ,
Chemises, n styles, 38c and 50c.
Subway floor, Olil BlliltUBf'
Our 1912 Catalog
IN PLAIN nCVtES
fj irf 4ia A.,ea aTTna. 4al. C Ouen
Clearing Away Certain
$4 to $12.50 Corsets
at One Price $2
and very slightly oi
flurrv of bro! "it m,s and very sliLditly snl
udiiiK the li.''s LllllMti the l'arisi'nne, the
rranoeii tne it uiern, ami many otner
are perfe'tlv fresh.
Models such as we have b " ,1 s",'!:.i .!
Only three of one kind, five or six of aimthei
only two or three of Another.
ftOf day at biffhef
By far the lnri'cst nuiiorit were 96,
Id und up to IW.50,
Hud ftoor, 01.1 BuUdJeg.
dlaeovarad Bra in tha olu Hemmen silk
Mm. which lerntix- line been oeoupled
hv WnllHTii .Mi!lln,-:i i ns a niiinurAi'-
! of tha SbleXKtted male prpu- orv f0r nevelty cm 'Is und inilexmK
r Hiuami i lo return lo auricui-' rnt,, .j
The loss whs .'lii.niiO.
A Beautiful Face
who desire lo take voluntary treatment.
Ceitl only II. M n box. For sale by
Itiker-Heremnn Drug Stnrr. Come in
anil tnlk over the matter with them.
Ask them for booklet.
S with clear eye unwrinkled akin
S ami vivacious manner cornea to tha
girl who is freed from the nervoua
S tension the headaches, backache
nd pnin that ap her atrencth at
S irreeilar intervale and make her old
before her time. (She can be ies
S rued from aueh slavery by taking
5 the right remedy.
S haa been aolil by druggist for
over forty yenra and alwaya givea
for the palnp whlrtl
only womfu knnvr
ptlQs found Id
not m atimulmnt. Intoxicant mr habit
fvr-nar. Trr them and rou will never be
All DrusElata Sail
I M Vatt-rtkmt-Btual
We Give Surety Stamps free with All Purchases and Redeem Them in Merchandise
7 LTk I n mew York's A Shonpinji Center
I I I XI is I I I r I A M C I I
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Special Tuesday Sales
UPHOLSTERIES : January Clearance
An unmensr sttx-k of new upholstery goods of the highest character must 1
( leared nway to make room for new stock, which is arriving every day.
Another Big Clearance Sale of
Nottingham Lace Curtains
A final opportunity to furnish out your
home with some durable curtains at a trifling
The selection li very complete and there are
many fine patterns from which to make your
Regular value f I.SOandl Refular values W. SO to
$2.00 a pair, marked down$.1.00 a pair, reduced dur
(luring tins sale to, Q aw ling this aale to.
35.00 French Silk Plush Portieres
Made of the most lustrous
French silk plush, in rich com
iiiuuuons oi rose and Brecn,
green and gold and many other
115.00 Lace Bed Sets at $8.00 Set
Some very beautiful designi on French
cable nets with bolster roll to match; nn as
sortment that is renin rkable.
$2.00 Rope Portieres at $1.25
made lo fit any room that is ordinary sixed, In
Fourth li.. .,r.
f 5L a
ll SElThrrducing I
I No. 324
i ii i
Made of the finest quality Chenille rope
brown, red and preen.
41' Will Muln Uom
Special Sale of Five Hundred of
The Famous Ravo LamDs
of Mr -
$1 25 Already Used in Thousands
You will prolialily have notirrd that wliilr rrudiniEl under
any suspended lirhl, as gns or electric, your rye begin to
imiirt. It is a well conceded fact that' the "Uuyo" lamp
relieves the strain upon the eyes, because it concentrates
the rays upon the table. The famous Kayo Oil Lamp gives
f.irlh ii nft radiance, restful and benefldal to the ryev
I'.liminntes the flickering light of ordinary lamp In either
brass or niiKci nnisn, with centre draught:
complsts with burner, rliiinney and shade.
Itrgularly IKI.75; special nt
O'Velll lliiniefiimlslilnc Nlore, naaement. S.
$1.50 Inverted Gas
Lishts. 5 9c
brns goose ne k, J
b u i nan n il.
n e e I I a a've."
shade and fringe
and best mantle,
IteRily to light
Junior Ligh. 59c
A lump that is ornnmental as
well as useful. Complete with
Imported ibadr, burner, mantle
No. 322 low but) JQ00
Special Sale of Odd Lot of
China at 25c
Regularly SOc and 59c
A beautiful assortment of fancily
decorated China, consisting of
coffee cups and amicers. also plates,
in several different patterns and
$19.98 Trench China
Dinner Sets, $15.98
A Special Feature in Our China Department
It is only on rare occasions that we offer such an exceptional value,
'the set comprises 100 pieces, full -f, daintily decorated in several MW
designs: gold handles; regularly Slu.'JS, specially j p rt0
Pit'll 10.lv O
25c Glass Fancy Cruets, 15c
Just Ma) inegar or oil i ructs in very attractive fancy design.
' O'Neill lliimeriirnlsliln stere, Itasement.
Parlor Coal Stoves Reduced
The mild weather forces ji clearance oi these stoves at once,
lul of course there's plenty of hitter weather coming, so you will
need them. We need the room now, so we make it well worth
your while to buy tomorrow.
Handsomely nickel plated trimmings, top riup, rail, knobs
and ornaments. Made of extra heavy steel stock. Special
Features: Draw centre urate, cheek registers and separate ash
pan. Well made, well mounted and graceful in form. For hard
or soft coal or wood.
Sold on the Household Club Plan if Desired
Fight sizes and styles as follow
Regular price 1 1 .; for 98.40 1
Regular prlosllO.Mi for ir.so
Itegulnr price B.SB'.fof t.7:,
KegulM price . for $5.9,)
Regular pries IT.dOi (or .
Regular price SS.S0) for. .
Regular price $5M for. .
Regular price M.SSj for. ,
The kind that
fall ap irt.
29c Scrub Pails, 19c
the ierub Mm f"r "tuicL selling,
will endure rough handling und not
Dependable Ash Cans, $1.50
proprmt. i v named ins uiiMtt, bsesiu made extra
ips u. i sine,. Jiipnniied lilio k.
I Sic No. Hi n 1 1. -
O'Neill llitmerurui.hiiiK sure, Ba.rair m.
jaOD w r,cu-Aaims to., -xiin avcuuc, imux o mo ouw. imcw .mt viiv
Think how nice it is to
have a stylish long corset,
that (its you like an eelskin,
gives you the modish "in
curve," keeps your corset
edge from showing through,
and is just as comfortable
when you sit down as it is
trim and graceful when you
And for only $3.00!
You, never got so good
a corset before for so
The Lasticurve-Back con
sists of gores of the new
elastic Lastikopa Cloth,
which never loses its elastic
ity. You know how long
even the best ordinary
elastics would last under such
When you buy a corset
with elastic gores, be sure
it's a NEMO. Lastikops
Cloth is used in 710 other
OTHER POPULAR NEMOS
FOR ALL FIGURES
$3, $3.50, $4 and $5.00
Be a Wise Woman
-and insist on getting
ask for it.
KOPS BROS., Mfr... N.w York (F)
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
tions" than any other
two mediums in the
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