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TH JEVUKlftO WOULD, JTMIDAX, JAflUAjil
4 GIRL STRIKERS
LAUGH AT FINES,
Convicted of Attack, They
Jeer Court, but Union "Fails
to Pay Penalty.
There Are Girls Besides the Vemises
Who Are Beautiful to the Artistic Eye
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FORTY SHOTS IN RIOT.
"Beauty Reveal Ittelf in
Many Forme It It lm
poeeible to Select One
Special Mould, However
Exquitite, at a Standard
to Which All Othere
Muet Conform," Say
Artiet Chariot C. Cur-ran.
Five Hundred Garment Work
ers Fiffht Non-Union Hands
Dwl.lve lauhte r rave way o hyatarl
rmi niinc in Hi Criminal 'mirt
Twiwdsna th aTl'moon. when four irtrl
etotMn strikers. oonWlwl of aaes'ilt.
fun4 no Mtilnn ofnvul h1 :m'"'I to
tmtj ttlelr dm awd Uiey would he Inrked
o In tH TninS. Th- girls -were Yells
Meal of Nv 4 wanarri esreet, M nn e
KttTttel of No. 3 Was TWnl Mrel and
i and HHm WWW of No. 17.1 Second
1. all less than twenty esr- old.
Twr war mv1ctd In MM "mirt af
atoms of artu.-ainu jriri rtrlka-
kara M Broadway and Mr" wi etreet
after the trarmenl strike etoarted
iMoInamy. Malnart and Oolllne
fine of SSA In eevch emme. Itn-
.tely tba tVur Stria broke Into
aaaUas and than lauajnlng arorn. "We
tweed worry." they horuad. "tea
unanri will pa.y tha fine "
Weeidtn tha arrival of hr daUyarara
Saw glrla arara permitted to rwmaJn in
rfca court room. Hours paaaad and no
ona gfteent Tha Judaraa Antetved thalr
work and pranarad to to homa. Thar
was nothing to do but send tha quartot
to tha Tomba.
fONTV HOT FIPUEO AT STAIKI
RIOT IN WILLI AMMURQ.
fir hwadrad striking garment worx
ara aarroundad tha factory of I'llu
Brathere at No. 171 Boarum s.reot.
Wllltamahurt. to-day. aad at a slvan all -aal
began aa attack aa tha hundred or
awra aadna ewploy s arrlvis for
at a quartar bafora t o'clock.
aora laauhrar thai, war flrad.
Tka wwrksr. wtio were mostly wamaa
aad glrla. bosan to ooraam is4 run wild
ly up aad da a a. idiaiaflas tMi dlrae
tloa with orory abet.
PaUoaaaaa OTisaasB of Mm tn
rtraat station, aaakaaat to aratoo t tka
factory, found kwaiskf balplaoa aad tele
phoned for harp. Out swatHae wlU all
hla rwserves aoworad tka call.
la tha ton mlnutaa after tka arrival
at tha police tka aMeraiaa ferae was
aoattcrad. John OraaWrcor of No. 1
Leclnf ton avenue.
worker, waa found at Buehrwick avaaua
and Boarum treat. Ha bad been abet
through the left lea. Bla hat alao had
a bullet koto. Ha waa harried te It
Oatharlne'a Hosattal to aa astSalasse.
FauUne Tailor of No. Tl Avaaue S,
Maahattaa, at about tka
ae beaten by aa
police say waa wlaldad by
helm at Ma. IT North Tenth treat. Wll-
WUllamaburi Hospital. Tha aottee ar-
arabU dWcuHy. "
ROOMVILT OONPtRR AQAtN
WITH MIM RARNUM.
jPHtoet Ftioiaiat Rooaavalt came to
tka city to air to renew hla conferee sea
toar of tha White dooda Workenf Union,
aha iaiJil kla intareet la their aauaa
At tne omce af The Out-
rwad Col mooeevelt doeu
eeldenoe, aayraua aad the afl
af girl worker., which ihowod
canaitlona In tha trade. Mr
aald that ho waa convinced
, erave am;ii preblam waa la
la tka atrlke. aad that he waa
tr aotlna aa aa Individual clUmn
to work it out for tha boot.
RHaa Freda Ktrebway, the daughter
at the rarasar aaan or tha Columbia
Raaaol of Law. waa compelled to ralln
makfh bar aervlce aa atrtha nickel to
Ote, owln to har fatber'i objortloaa
Ron Oartrud t'ortlM. alao a collaar
waa buoy In tha Intereat of
whtte gooda (trlkara. Mlai Cor
wtth a delegation of atrtkara, went
City Han and to Conunlaaloaer
to adk that action ha taken
two policeman. Identified only
by auintur, who. ebe eald. had uaed
etoke aa la lean -year-old Irene Roth
ha rerueed to more from her
neat at Math avenue and Twen
h street. Mian Oorllea added that
. aaw a prtvata guard atrlke another
grl and appealed to one of tha fame
pe IK em en to arreet me man.
Trn not bare to make arraeta for you
Or any other etrtker,'' waa tha verilon
Corllaa pave pf hli reply
Harrh Eyeglass service assures
you both safety and economy.
Safety because the examina
tion of your eyes is entrusted
only to Oculists (registered
physuiai). Economy be
cause we make the complete
eycglajs in our own factories.
Harris Glasses con $z or more
and are guaranteed to rive
complete, lasting satfacuon.
Your money bacji if you wish it.
vetfeWaagRwar wawew rpTiaawawTRw
"You Know," He Mur-
mure, "If Any One of
Our Lovely Women
Really Did Look Like
Venu de Milo, She
Would Have a Fit in Her
Marguerite Mooer Marnhall.
Whe'e Venae aad why 1
la the falreet women of tha modera
aorld e fleah-and-blood repllti of the
narhl found at Meloa. In which an un
identified ilreek erulptor had Immortal-
lead for poeterlty all that waa moat
beautiful to the eyea of hie beauty-loving
race? la the Venue de Mllo, "dl-
Incly tall and moat divinely rlr." a
vini.pi, rvincarnaivu in inv iivina, iuin
womrn of to-day? And, If no, where t 1
the moat perfect type of thle new-old
beauty to be found T It It a product of
the New World or the Old? Doea the
Veaua of ltlt live In Italy, franee. aer-
meny, England or America'
gevan cltlae rrught for the honor of
Homcr'e birthplace. Two nation, Qreat
Britain and tha United Stataa, are In
the mldat of an animated war of worde
regarding the native land of the mod
ern Venua "She'e a lAndoner!" nro-
clalma John Bull. "She Uvea in little
old New Torkl" Uncle gam aaeerte.
with equally fervent conviction.
o far the claim of the Vanua of
Manhattan have been becked up by two
uceeeaful aculptora. gara Morrla Oreana
Myra hfuaaelman-Carr. and tha
well-known portrait painter, Atonic
Kimball. Mr. Oreene'a taatlmony w
particularly valuable, for ah confeeeed
that In an eapertence with model from
practlaally every country aha had no
where found a figure equal to that o
the American woman.
WHAT ARTItT CHAR Lata C CUR-
RAN HAS TO RAY.
But are all our artlita equally ready
to vindicate the auperlorlty of the Amer
ican Venue? I decided to oonault Charlaa
Cur ran, whole perapeoUve af exper
ience ewtdlatanoa that of tka neajerlti
of tka painter, nettled la Now Tort.
Mr. Ourran la a truatae of the National
Academy of Deelgn. That No knowe a
pretty girl when he eee one la proved
by the fact that a recent magaalne oover
Of hla received mar letter of commen
dation than any other cover uaed by 1b
magaalne la year.
And hare la the way ho cum up the
tea race SwgRjRRR ttljg
one rrean a aurkHly eapaato to
aha kg laTMH af any other aatloa
by aba wbtte raee. Zf yea
lak far a real variation la
1 H IPOT Mm
aawTTl TraaafaW n,,a-1"v. There are n.-ver.il quite .11k- i
yea maat nail freaa the BaeUe
oooat a Amerlea to Japaa, aet
from tba AUaaUa ooaat to Bag
laad. hare aa Teaaaaa la How
w deat aaad
News Oddities .
man corn1 OF eX rwrtRej-Dr. Ignacl Cangatoel of No. M Madtaon itreet.
Hoboken, ha to pay PMO for "thouaand klaa" sent by mall to Mlaa Mary
Dealderlo. Bhe aued Mm for bleach of promlae.
The pen la mightier than the hammer In Waattlnglon. Gordon l ew. rmyaleii
director of the T. M. C. A., flnda Government clerka have more powerful gripe
men men In atone quarrlea the acore, 111.1 pounda to W.l
Ouett at Mr. John T. Davla'a Chlneee ball In 8t. lxul muat wear oAentAl
dreaa and eat with chop atlck.
While rrank Chiimer and William Blnger of Yonkera were playing rardu
three robber came In and took the V7A Jackpot.
John Rice Browne, ninety-one. It taking a reat at laat. He' dead at hi
home. No. all Jeraey avenue, Jeraoy City. For fifty year he worked for one
firm without a vacation, and for alxly year had never mlaeed a Sunday at
Old age haa killed fttewart Wall, eighty-one. at PUn Bernardino. Cel.. fifty
year after he elew thirty bravea almrle-handed In a battle with Arhee He
carried fourteen bulleta to Ylt grave.
H nam d 2 for 25c
The n-w Enrjuh Model. Tne brat
pretcntih'on of tSe i-nmemelv ponular cut.
a-way ahepc. Hu the rlegence aad
beauty oi tjrmmetry ejwayt fouud a
With t jnorord unbrraltebl bultonhcloa.
, , GEO. P. IDE & CO.
' Also Uakrrs of Ida Shin,
, TBOY. r. Y.
A man named RokoazcuaM. arrented an a marriage ewlndler In I'ltca, hud a
Hat of fifty glrla. Including that of the "wife" who had him arrrated. lie uaed
nly hair hla name In "bualneaa."
Ifeith offleialf of rhlcago have warnel Aldermanlr candldnlen afalnst hand
Finking and tiaby klaalng In the pending campaign. Diphtheria and amallpnx are
Mre. Tjiura Marehall of Baltimore, who owne fifty or r-ixty houeee and It
worth ITR.Otm. demanda allmofly mid cnunael fee from her hueband, who declare
tMO would buy all he haa on earth.
rrlaoner In the Jeney City Jill have been getUng cocaine through poat.-ardi
aoaked with the drug. .
A Weehlna-ton woman hae written Secretary Hlllee that for veara ah has
at. ended White Hnue receptlona on eome on le'a 'bid,-1 and won't he plea
aend her a card title Umt In her own name?
How' ihle for urMo-dtene? A. K. Benedict of New York arrived In ft.
Auguetlne, Fla , to rim hla aon, Ray, and found In waiting a hydro-aeroplane
Mr. Benedict eenlor put hi gripe on th machine, took a eeat beside his eon.
nd they flew homa
fore Judge Butler In the Fleet Criminal
Court In Jeraey City to-day, hut by mu
tual coneent went over for one week.
It la underatood that the members
of the Presbyterian Church, of which
Mr. Church la a member, are endeavor
ing to make good the loae to the truat
company's bonding agent. In the hope
that the charge agalnat Mr. Church will
not be pressed.
WILSON IN PHILADELPHIA.
peade Forenona There and Ha
Ml Teeth Flaed.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21 Praal-dent-elect
Wtlaon came hare to-day to
aee a dentlat and planned to get away
by noon. He had no political engage
ments for the day.
The Governor read, but had no com
ment to make on the Kara reply to th
Brltlah not of protaat In reference to
the Panama Canal. It alio read th
I dUmatehea ilepl.rln .Hat u a
m ' ' w. . inn.. oi
members of the Benat ahWd senti
ment agalnat holding eg Inaugural re
ception. He reiterated that he would
! De perrectiy content If no reception
I were held.
Rkaaaaaf The meathol soothe and
fJL lM ol freah toata.
"V-a "Have a Uundred I'eee"
tW Colds and mm
WM. h. i.rnr.N jT
M Maaafactarlag M
W Ceafeetleaer gR Lj
to qearrol aboat
Then a delightfully qulaalcal amll dl
cloead ltaalf Just above Mr. Curran'u
gr tailed vandywe beard. Me bent toward
You know," he murmured, "It on
of our lovely young women really did
took Ilk th Venu de Mllo h'd have
fit. Well miybe ahe wouldn't at Jual
l nia minute. 1 undnretand they're wear
ing everything loo. But ot rouree II
can't laat, and Imagine a real Vanua
trying to train herself down to a email.
pointed walatl Th arglnal never had to
"But at laaat you don't consider that
English women have better figures than
wo doT"I questioned.
A ROOD WORD FOR RRITIRM AND
AMERICAN am Lg.
Mr. Carran shook hla head. 'Tv
painted soma BngUsh woman aad a good
many Amertoen," h observed, "aad I
haven't noted any marked differentiation
between the two national type. We're
U from th euue slock originally, you
must renumber. p)ngi and Anvtrlcaaa
com from a mingling of Teutonic and
Gallic blood. Th result caa't be go vast
"It Is true, I gupposs, that th Buglieh
woman of a certain class has greatly
benefited In a physical way by her out
door life. To-day ths American woman
has a keen lnurut In tport and spend
much time In the open air. At lean.
ahe doe thl )ut as soon h lma
that It Is the proper thing and the mods
of life preferred by 'nice people ' The
KngUehwomati, however, If she I of
good family, hai walked and ridden and
humed and lived in th country tot (SaV
orations M.'ie hai tut time-conferred ad
Ami then Mi I'utian quietly launched
.1 tine hert sy
"I dean thlak that ths heroic
typs of baaaty, aa represented by
the Veau d Mllo, la the only or
evea the aapreaae Ideal af femi
nine lovellaeea," he aaid. -To th
arttstt aa well a to the popular
aye, beauty rwag Itoelf to many
forata. at to tmpesalhl to sol est
a to"' meald, however aj
quMto, aad priasaai U a stand
ard te whtoL all other meat saw.
farm. The toll Tea a and the pe
tite By ache are both aaeded la the
With another amud ui!le. Uo, glrla.
I'm i. j .mi t of Venui proporliune,
you may have a chance!
"Kven In hi work," Mr. Curran con
tinued, "th ertlat needs different ajita
af models if he I making a flgur for
asm public btilldlnq, a figure typifying
truth. Or Jeatlcr, or om other great
abatraetlon, He doesn't ohtme ths muUel
he would uac for a fountain nymph."
And as I glanced through the photo
graphic reprodttrlUme of Mr Currar,'
. - - J
work 1 discovered that even the portrait
painter may enjoy depleting many (lylea
or beauty. There are ai-veral quite dle-
tlEOt typs of feminine mvellnes In the
portralta of Mr. C'urran diapUud In The
Kvnlna- World to-dav.
.vu.i uwi iu paiui atria miu
women wnom one wouldn t tnlnd having i
for one'a daughtera and alatera," he con
fided, "I'm rather tired of the regulation
pretty girl on the poster or magaslne
cover. She doesn't look a If he could
cook or sew or take care of children. I
should think the only thing sh knew
how to do was to dress herself up '.n
pretty clothe. I did a group of three
young girls not long-ago, and the pur
ohaier told me he chose It becaue he
hud three eon at home and he hoped
thev'd mirry Juat aurli girl.
"Th alehder, girlish, well-bred
Uttla person 1 a geaula Assart,
aaa baaaty, abd hr charm la J a it
aa lataaao aad appealing, la lta
. way. i that of the matarr Tanna.
"Deauty, at least palnttMe beamy,
cannot be defined by measurements or
inp.vhouk rules. You may take a ws.lk
on Fifth avenue and ase a doan appar
ently beautiful women. But you don't
want to paint them. At flnt glance
your model may not leem at all dis
tinguished. It' In the analysis of her
face and figure that her phyaloal charm
Is discovered. With that, there must be
a sympathy ,a wllllngneel to underetamj
what you're trying for. .
'The Vanua d Mllo haa one perma
nent advantage ever the modern wom
an," ended Mr. Cunan. with hla quis
ling smile. ' 'The Venus didn't have to
wear clothes. Most of us would present
u much mors artistic appearance with
James McCreery & Co.
34th Street 23rd Street
On Sale Saturday , January 25th.
CHURCHMEN AID CASHIER.
Plaa to CpHa'at wslto H. I. rkarrb I
Aeesir of Strallaa.
The formal examination of Kdwnrd T.
Church, former cashier of th PaiggH
and Lafayette Trust t'ompuny. Jersey
City, uocuaeri of having stolen listot
of the company's funds, was called he-
"Just th show girl and the chicken
tre both needed In the musical medr "
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Address Dr. R.V. Pierce's Invalids Hotel Buffalo, New York
WOMEN'S NECKWEAR. In Both Stoic.
The regular stock Includes an attractive
assortment of many new designs In fashion
Iland-emhroidrrorl Jultots, neatly 1 rimmed
with Irieli, Cluny or Valenciennes Laces.
50c. 95c and 1.50
Hand-embroidered Flat ( ollars, with points at
shoulders, trimmed with Cluny, Filet or Valen
ciennes' Laces. 75c to 2.95
Real Bohemian Lace Collars, in a variety of
shapes and designs. 1 .95 to 45
French Hand-embroidered Stocks and Jabots,
2.95, 4.95 to 1 9.50
Novelty Neckpieces, in various combinations
of laces and hand embroidery, from the leading
French makers. 5.95 to 35.00
BOYS' SUITS & OVERCOATS. - Both store
Polo Overcoats, sizes between and 7
vears. Value 5.00 to r.50 " 3,95
Value 0.00 to 12.00 7.50
Boys' and Students' Overcoats, sizes hp.
t ween I and 17 years. Value 5.50 to r.50 4.50
Value 9.00 to 12.00 7,50
Valu? 15.50 to 20.00 1 2.00
A number of Voting Men's Overcoats, in .sizs
liet ween M and 38. Value 14.50 to 20.00 1 2.50
Boys' Suits of Mixed Cheviot, some with two
pairs of trousers.
Sizes between 8 and 12 years 3.95
Value 5.50 to r.50
Sizes between 8 and 17 years. 7.50
Value 8.25 to 12.00
I Ask You (0
Best in Town
Tha more thorough
the comparison the
more certain I am of
making you a cus
tomer. My present valuea are
simply not to be con
sidered with the aver
age clothing aale offer
ing. I am confronted
with a greater taak
than any other store
ever faced. I MUST
turn stock into cash
to make my settlement
with Mr. Georges, Sr.,
who is to retire from
this business on March
1st. These extraordin
ary reductions repre
sent My Final
And upon the interest
they arc creating, the
new patronage they are
bringing dependa in a
great measure my suc
cess after this Reor
ganization, ane the ex
tension of the Georges
515,$18 4J20 $A
Suits a Overcoats, Now II.
Suits & Overcoats, Now L
Suits & Overcoats, Now Id
$30,132.50 &$35 in
Suits & Overcoats, Now fO
nd soon upward. Including my
flnfst sllk-llntKt suits end over
coat, for im rl $.15 to S7fl, now
$20, $2150, $25, $30 A $35
Kmlirarlns Mervnant Tailors'
unrallfxl-for-aariueiits for wDlch
UMTS es has MM tb recognised
rleerlng house slnre 1X79 also
(iporars model clothes, my own
creations built by custom tailors
In dull seasons; distinctive front
No Charge for
which, whan nacaaaary, era
msds by my mas tar-tailor-men
on lines that preeecva
tha custom shape of the
On Ante, fur & Far-lines
Coats I can Save Yon
42 West 34th
Bet. Broadway & 5th Ave.
ALSO STORES AT
I'llll AIIKI I'lll 1
1!th et ( heelaut
Ml t V AI.O
.". VI Ktlilnvfea
Road the splendid list of "us'in j
Opportunity" advertisement! that ap
pear tach day in The World. They
cover practically the whole field of
industrial and commercial life.
Yesterday The World Primed
155 "BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES"
Or SO Mar tbaa tha Herald, Tlmea,
aad djasrloaa Vddd Tofrtbsr.
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