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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1918.
A JUDGE TO TAKE
PLACE OF M'CAU
Some Persons Believe Sulzer,
wm n, cyu i
Villi I IUIIIUIC iVVUbi t tm
Luce From Qty Court
BATTLE IS OUT OF IT.
He Is Said to Be Slated as
Successor of Wise, U. S.
tli lasr Oor. Sulser may a-
t Judc from nay oS the lower
rta or a lrr with lu ysers
Standing and prawjtloe in th plaoe of
ermsr Justics M-oCali.
W Gov ftulisr Mlniti a mm
or tho now Justloe wiu olt until Doo.
111. wtien tho Juotleo elected at tho
oomini election will basin his duties It
(h an .'i written law of local politics that
Juatleo temporarily deela-naied by
ho Oovornor received tho nomination of
kla party for tho full term. In thla In
stance Oor. Sulter'e aalootlon will prob
sfbly rocdvo iho indorsement of Tim
many Hall Host fall.
Thoro waa a division of opinion among
lawyers In the Court Houao to-day aa to
whom Oor. flulser would appoint. It
waa considered poaalblo that ho would
ahlft Justloe Jtooart K lAJoe. whom ha
paoontly nacnod to tho City Court bench
to hold offloo until tho ond of thla yoar,
whon a nowly alootad City Court Jue
ate will bsin a ten-year term on the
City Court venoh. Juatleo Iuoo haa for
numbor of yoara )baon prominently
mentioned amon tho Tanvmany lawyora
aa timber for the Surpreme baooh. He la
known to eland well In the favor of
Cbaflee T. Murphy and Ma relation!
with the new Governor wore Indicated
by hla aoleotlon to fill the vacancy when
Ju tire Donnelly waa promoted to the
Tho name of Doom Oordom Battle,
which haa boon epokea of In oonnootlon
with a Juatlceehlp. waa practically ellm
taaud to-day when It waa Intimated
awlotly tthat Mr. Battle waa likely to
become the nan United State District
Attorney o fill the place now occupied
by Henry A. Wis Mr. Bertie la a
member of anator COorman'a law
Arm. The Senator'o Inttstnst in the
com Ins admlnlatrattoa la doomed auf
Sclent to aooura tho place for hat haw
Other namaa mentioned aa Ifkety to
receive Gov. Suleer'a eonal deration are
Abram L Elan, oounael to tho amatory
eommlaeloa investigation aal prominent
In the Wilson national sirapleTii, Mr.
Blkua 1e said to be amMfJoaa to wear
tho Judicial ermine. R. Bumham Mof
fot. haa also booa sashsa of aa Justloe
MoCall'e sueoeseor, aa baa atoo Thomae
B. Ruah, a Tammany Hall leader and
couneel to the State Comptroller.
It may be, other leery ere aaid, thai
Oov. duller would go book to tho old
system of elevating a JudtT from a tow
er court, and hi thla oonnootlon the
names of Chief Justloe Edward J.
O'Dwyer of the City Court and Judge
warren W. router of tho Court of Oon
aM Beeekma. were mentioned to-day.
TOOK YEAR TO SHIP HOPS
AMD H00 KINO' LOST $8,840.
Polled In Attempt to Corner Mirket
by Railroad's Delay, He Alleg es,
Deader Sues for Damages.
tfcat New Torkero are not tho only
who worry about transit prob-
ta made clear in JuaUee Davis's
art of the Buprome Court to-day whoa
era M SL Q. Horet, the Oregon "Hop
toner taathSed that becauee It took
ha Organ Railway and Navigation
Aasanavny one whole year to tranaporl
taken ghejaiiata of hop to New Tork
I SB stars if tS.M vnT, duo to a
tjren in the marwot.
Xa addlOon to the aottoo agalnat the
Be asm Company, Herat haa salts
ieTAawM tho Southern Paotflo Railroad
sssvaary and another agaraet the Ore-
Ban Ciranaay for lte.000 alleged
fgea booaaee of the aamo delay.
lawyer enema of Daw, tftroa- t
toM Juotleo Davhi the hopa
hi mm and id not
1!. Mr. Herat waa than
aa effort to corner the Lon
market and failed, be any,
the transit delay.
Juetloe Davts granted a motion gar a
bill of partloulara aa to the rallroad'a
ANOTHER JAPANESE CRISIS.
Onnooltlon Party May Foree Dteee-
loHon of Slot.
TOKin. Feb. 4. The Japan eat Bad
grt for thto year a ho we a total or
dinary revenue of je,STT,tM and aa
extraordinary revenue of tIT.lle.ttl.
while the ordinary expend tTarea amount
lo tfll.OOZ.tIO and the extraordinary
I'xpmdlturea to tK.4tO.toi. There
a eurplue of about ll.T00.0Ot from Ittt.
'I he expendlturaa Inoluda tha am of
(ISO.ono for the representation at Japan
tit the Panama-Paetfto Bipoaltton
Tha Japaneee Diet to to bo oonveaed
arum to-morrow at noon. It le poe
alblc tliat another adloumment may be
token before the budget 4a Introduood.
but If there ahould not ha aa adjourn
ment Premier Xatsura wtR. K In ex
ported, outline hie policy. The oppo-
'.tlon nr't-n0 to Jot for a rota long torpedo-ahaped boots that haven't
?f sti? ! , VLln W"1: ban een In Part. ecept on old fash
If this la Instated uipon ehe government i. .
will It 1. annmrnrad ,!.., lv kk. Tli
1'rlnc- Tura Katsura will, however, not
resign the Premiership, but wtU appeal
to the country to support the new
party he I trying to form composed of
powtl-'lsns drawn from all The parti ee
and tactions In the I 'let.
Cause Men to Stand by and Stare
As She Visits Burlesque Show Alone
She Wat Told a Lady
Could Co Anywhere
unescorted in Thit City;
Now She Known Better.
Her Trouble Begin When
She Asks a Radiant Girl
to Sell Her a Ticket at
the Hotel Stand.
"For YOU?" Sex She
"For Me," Sex I, and
Both Raited Their Eye
browt at Far at They
BY MEG VILLA RS.
(Paris CorrespoeSeni of the LoaSon
Doar Now Tork: I'm afraia Tto made
a ry bad broak. and Ira aura I don't
know what you'll think of mo whon I
toll you about It. Tou won't giro mo
'houaii, will youT If thoy found
out at home I'd been eo ellly Uiere'd be
tbo devil to pay (and I ean't afford to
pay him again I've Juat aattled one
Aa a matter of faot It'a your fault;
you led me Into It. What do you mean
by aaylng "a lady oan go anywhire
alone In thla cltyT" I auppoae you
never thought I'd be oraay enough to
)uet hit on one of the few oxceptlona
that prove the rule. Well, I did, and
now you have to hear about it
Laet night 1 waa fooling homaolek
and down In the mouth, ao I aaid to
mtnaeelf. thle le the time to get on
your glad rage and eample one of these
burleeque ehowe you've heard ao muoh
about Now, the hearing part of It waa
all right, but It'e the underetandlng
part of It that waa all wrong. I'd I
managed to get It Into my noddle that
a burleeque waa a eort of mualeal com
edy rather reeembllng our Chriatmaa
pantomime In England. How I got
the Idea I don't know, bat H eortoJnly
Wan muollaged Into my bra la right
HI PRE PARI TO 00 TO A
HOW ALONI AT NIQHT.
A New Tork burleeque gbow like a
Cttrletmaa pantomime I
Oh. gee I la Oaby Dealye Uke VI re.
Having made wp any mind to go, I be
gan by earoptorilng wit tho help at the
elevator mandown to tha theatre Uofcot
effloe of h Wakeonf-Astorle, Whan I
tha white ahlrt-walatod young
lady wtth tha hair aolffured a to next
aprtog'a etytoa to evil me a aaat for
"one of the burleeque." aha looked
for your' aea aha "For
ao II" and w bom relied our
eyebrow a tar a they would go. She
I Indeed, ehe won twloe, because
aha waa right and I waa wrong, only.
poor kid that I was, I didn't know It
It waa only on arriving at the theatre
itaelf that I flnjt began to have eeriou
douhta aa to the propriety at coy being
To begin with, nay olothea war an
wrong I At least tha clothe ware right
of eouroe, but K waa tha wearing them
here that wa wrong. All the people I
aw, a hand lag about, waiting to got
aea la, had on the sort I oaU "down
town ol oik eal" J had put on on of my
Httle Parry dinner f rook a. and I wasn't
von wearing a hat becauee I do deleet
nurelng a piece of mllllnory on my
knee all the evening. If only my nloe
Boor clerk at the hotel had been about
before I started I'd bare aakad her, but
I certainly wag out of took heat night
baeauae aba was away Just aa I left
having bar dinner, J gueaa, or powder
ing her dear little noae or something,
and I couldn't very well ask tha page
bey left In charge what to wear, could
IT My frock wag one at thee quit
simple ones, toe kind that look Uke an
Id each if you have M eopied by a
heap dressmaker, though; It waa open
a Mt at the nook with a Marie Antoin
ette ftoha and looped up Juot a euaplclon
at toe bottom of the ektrt ta dhow halt
an inch ot ankle and give a gamp of
a email diamond buckled aha. (I mean
to gay the buttttg were amntli I am
not advertising the feet I)
wMMrwtAMIO BY THt QLANON
AT HU PUT,
All X ana any la that as I walked
through tha lobby of that theatre and
aw the downward dlrooUon of tha
looks tha people throw at me I began
to feel that tho dlamonde grew until
I fall I had the biggest etootrto eigne
on Broadway fixed to my feat and
that a yard of allk hose was showing
Instead at only a few Inoheal
X did feel foolish. Several ktaas
of idiot rolled tab eae big oa
waa nothing oempaled to ma Z
got ao nervosa I nearly fell over
myself twloe as Z aallod dewa aha
gang n at ui whatever It la sailed
behind the bey In the grand aal
form whs took say ttoket,
The ourtaia was up thank haavanal
o I managed ta an oak into my aaat
without attracting attention. Onaa
there I drew a deep breath of relief;
the next moment I wag sorry X had.
Tha partly gentleman next to me waa
am owing tha worst "Flor da Cabbage
I. ear' Ikat f .-a
happening as It did aa Ion of my othsr
emotions. It nearly knocked the life
out of met I think he must have been
a Frenchman! th feet I walked on,
S X Climbed over him to reach my
aaat. ware dosia un In Ihfta fiinnv
u"y people, ever Since every
... .k. . ...... .
essees swap mi iue unnui puuinitrui
has become an American shoe a tor.
As you may imagine, my one Tear was
that my French neighbor might gu.ss
I was half Parisian and try to innk.
conversation. I know perfectly well
that he would have done It In a quite
harmless and friendly spirit two
i yrooicn my
IT TOOK AN H00"1'J HAr
BftOlHIMC TO atT Thi jMBtt
TOBACCC OUT OF MV HAift'
buelness hut my English prudence
eald to me "What would the American
cltlirne around ue think"' It'a bad
enough that I ahould be here by my
loneeom. without starting a paries
von with a atrangerl You bet I set
tled down Into my aeat with a com
bined aulky-llerce exprcaelon that
would have scared off the moat de
termined -to - get - acquainted kind and
turned my shoulder away from him.
Thla aeeraed to annoy my other
neighbor, a pretty, dueky-halred girl,
who was sitting In the pocket of her
beet boy eecort. She hastily moved
half an Inch away from blm and pre
tended they ha'ln't bnen holding haml.
Aa I had no Intention of being a apo'.l
sport I had to put my ahoulders
tralght and turn my attention to the
THE BONO OF THE GIRL WITH
THE SLIM WAIST.
A large lady with a walet laoed In
eo ellm you ware aoared aha might
break la halvat waa singing ragtime,
and there were two what wa call at
homo eomedlana on either elde of her.
What I want to know la waa the
aotrese ther to sing to the audience
or to aot as a punohlng ball for the
two men? Tell ma dear New York;
you ought to knowl
Tha girl was pretty and had good
lung (I guess we won't question the
voice: I think It must have bean a
oowtraJto-tenor-eneeso haa soprano),
but tho way these two funny men
smacked bar bare arm and pushed
hat about waa positively crusL At
vary snack the audience roared I
I-g tninung or trying to raiae runaa
tVai - at "U.sfartt 1 it va jadF n.aLald at gsk
body haa monay to apar. wU tbey
pleaae eond it along T)
-aomathing about "moon and ooon"-i
the long-euffertng lady with the lunge
breathed ao hard that aha extinguished
the footlights, and they had to light up
tha stage with the searchlight from
the back of tha houaat That happened
several times during the evening!
After that song waa over, th lights
war turned on again, and the chorus
did some work to th ragged eat of rag
time tunee, then th ourtaln came
down and there waa a holiday for
I rases they aid that ta order
to give ta two fanny gentlemen
time to brush tha pearl powder
thai sloth and hand It back
to tha lady a that aha coal re
place It who It belonged for tha
During th Interval, I oast down my
eyes and studied my programme in
tently, but I managed to have a look
round at the people from under my
toshes. I don't think there were more
than two doaan women In the whole
plana, and they ware escorted. Bay.
don't you aympathtie with th way I
felt? X must atate. however, that pen
pi war vary nice and kind and no
body a tared too bard. In Pnria, I'm
afraid they wouldn't have been o
polite when anything a little out-of-the-way
la don ther th crowd oo lu
men te about It pretty freely; It len't
that they mean to be rude or unkind,
but th Latin ran haa got to have
It any about anything that aurpriee
It. Still. I waa glad whan the our
taln want up again and gladder still
when It rolled down for the last time.
Out I ran quick and Jumped Into a
taxi that took me home (I have cabled
to Pari for fundi) ae I don't care to
take subways and things at night, but
I'm afraid It means the poorhouee for
me In my old aga)
It took an hour hard brushing to
gat the aniell of tobacco out of my
hair; and as for my cloth -they atlll
reek of cold clgare
Hereafter I ahull fight shy of such
sweeping- assertions as "In New York
a lady oan go anywhere alone!" Once
bitten, twloe shy!
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YOUTHS SLIDE DOWN
FIFTY FEET OF PIPE
Taylor and Du Bois Take Peril
ous Drop From Roof, but Fall
Into Arms of Police.
The ramfltea on the ton floor of the
aix-atory tenement at No. Ml West
Fifteenth atreet heard atepe on the roof
.1 10 .Vlnnw I... -.-w. t. .
" ,ZA,- 7' J . Jl . ' I
footprints In the slush and marks of
hn,S" " iht J1 fifty est
- r .w .. .vuw v, .in- li'ii-iiury lull
Duuoing enjoining Then he callel up
the Weet Seventeenth etreet station.
Capt Wakefield and the reserves
surrounded the block bounded by Fif
teenth and Sixteenth streets. Sixth
and Seventh avenues, and Sergt Grass
and other men entered the loft build
ing. On the second floor Orsse heard
a rush of feet, wihleh led to the roof.
He saw two men disappear over the
edge and fired two ahota at them. The
youtha alld down the sine leader to
Uis roof of the tenement, and there
one fired at Grass.
Piecing down the fire-escape to the
yard they fell Into the arms of the police
there. At the gtatlon the pair said they
wero John Taylor, nineteen, living at
Mills Hotel No. L and 1'uU Du Hols,
twenty-one, of No. aot Weet Twenty-
On the second floor of the loft build
Ing the police found the door had been
forced to a Jewellers place and about
13.000 worth of watches and rings In a
t ready to take away.
(Wore the Buffslo Kirseas.)
Just what does this Kuropean war
scars amount to?" asked the business
man of the authority on International
aon, "the oasus belli haa knocked the
son. "Th caau belli has knocked the
status quo through the ropes, and the
fate of Europe reels entirely on post-
bellum e interference.
Toe Kind You Ilavo Always Bought lias.borne the nlfrna
ture of Clias. II. Fletcher, and lias been mucin under hla
pergonal niiper vision for over IM years. Allow no one
to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations mid
".Ftist-as-iroo.l ' nre but experiments, and enduuKcr too
health of CbUdreu-Kxicrienoe against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Caatorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither
Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It de
stroys Worms and nllnys FcverUhnes. For more than
thirty years It has been In constant use for the relief ol
Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic. nil Teething Trou
bles and IMarrluca. It regulates the Stomach and Aowels.
aHklmllutes the Food, giving healthy Jtnd natural sleep.
The Children's l'unocea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Ovor 30 Years
TRAPPED BY FIRE,
GIRL OVER ICY SILL
C.irry Maid to Safety on
Narrow Window hedpe After
Mistress Is Saved.
After Patrolman Conway had carried
out Mrs. Barbara H " h from her blaz
ing home on the second floor of No. M
Prospect avenue, the Brons, early to
day, Patrol -nen W'oolf and MeCormlck
easayed to folio m with Hannah Corn
blstt, the Btoeh maid. On the atalrs
they were met by a rush of flames that
drove them back.
Covering the unconscious girl with
their over oats and their own heads
with their tunic, the two policemen
tried three times to force their way
down with their burden, only at ach
attempt to find the (Ire advenclng an
them and that a dash for life waa Im
possible with the girl in their arnie.
The flame had seised the whole of
the loner section of the stairs, and the
plucky rescuers found themselves en
trapped In the burning bulld.ng.
They carried the gU' back Into the
apartment and managed to reach a rear
window. MoCormick got out on the sill
and ellmtoed along to the ledge of a
window of an aIJo4n:ng houea Woolf
Lfled the girl out of the window aa the
11 .i: uea from below acre lesplng up at
h-lm. and Mct'ormlck. stun tine on the
slippery sill, from which he had had to I
brush the slush of snow, reached over
and took her from the anna of his com
FCRE CAPTAIN PLUNGES THIRTY
FEET THROUGH WINDOW.
When they carried her out through
the house they had entered, Mrs. Illoch,
who had Just been revived, embraced
them and sobbed, "It was to try to
save her that I went back myself."
Meanwhile rapt. Alexander W. Mel
vln of Knglne Company SI!, who bad
entered the house with a laddor In
search of the girl, lost hla bearings In
the dense smoke on the second floor
snd plunged through a window to an
area thirty feet below. Hla groans were
heard by his men after he had lain In
the area several minutes.
Melvln waa taken to the Lebanon
Hospital In Battalion Chief Orey's
buggy. The dootore found he had es
caped without breaking any bones,
but was eeterely bruised and shaken,
and they feared Internal Injuries,
The lire, which started In a dellcat
eseen atore on the ground floor, waa
discovered about 1.10 by a passerby,
whose shouts brought Conway, Woolf
All the oocupanta were asleep, but by
throwing stones through the eeconl
llonr windows the pollcemuu managed
to wake Hamuel Blooh. They then found
a plank, and with It battered In the
front door, and the lonants. soma of
whom were already afleotsd by smoke,
began to pour out.
POLICEMEN ARE TRAPPED IN
Despite the confusion It was notl'ed
that Mrs. Bloch, sixty year of age,
who had been one of the first out of
the house, was missing, and also Han
nah Cornolatt, who had not been seen.
The three policemen at once ran into
the burning house to find the girl, Con
way found Mrs. Bloch overcome In a
Woolf and MoCormlok found Hannah,
a girl of twenty-two years, overcome In
Conway had barely paseed out of the
house with the unconscious woman
that the fire eat Its way from lbs ds!l
catessen store through the partition and
seized the stairs, cutting oft the retreat
of the other policemen.
The firemen restricted the blase to tha
store and the hallway, but the atora
was completely destroyed and the dttm
ggg wss estimated at 11,000. Hannah
Cornblatt was revived on the sidewalk
by means of artificial respiration.
IFiea the 1st Bqus tCtstil New Er.)
Speaking of fertile soil, a Mesas County
man's garden waa located on a hillside.
He went out to get some potatoes for
dinner a ad In prying a potato out of the
r ound It got away and rolled down the
hlllelde, wrecking his residence. The next
day one or his large watervnelona waa
kloked by a horse and sprung aleak
and the Juice drowned ever one hundred
young ducks before they could get away.
Rev. Alriander Wadlell of the t'nlon l'reb terlan Church, I'hlladi-lpnlH,
couldn't ret his IM00 back ealary, en sued, got Judgment and eold I tit
church at Shrriff e eala It brought 7,tS0. '
The Humana Society of Cincinnati hae brgun a crunade keTalnal the 'cus
tom ther of leaving bable In go-carte on the aldewalka while the motturi
attend picture ahowa
OROtlND FOR BEPAH ATION Mrs. Arthur ElnMeln ayn her "husband's
friends are not her social equals" and "have a habit of p..ulrtlng vlrhy
around the apartments whn they vlalt him." Jo.eph (1 Mnntle tOOlar Mi
wife "kerne him awake by talking when she can't nlpep herself." Mrs.
Rachel H. Ducaa says her mll'lonalre huxband told her "she nagga a g iod
licking" and threatened to give It to her. All eeek separation In MM courts
Edward Zimmerman, walking In hla
stove and was seriously burned. Right years ngo, while asleep, he was
nendy killed by crawling Into the drum of a hoisting engine, which when
a cage was lowered made HO revolutions a minute with him inside.
C H. Holt, paroled convict of Kansas City, fled the State, and for sir
year lived In Trenton, Tenn., by poelng as a negro and marrying a colored
Hollow Horn Bear and other South Dakota chiefs will present a great
peace pipe to President Wilson on Inauguration day Several BCJUaWI who
will accompany them each plnn to Join the auffragctte division of the In
auguration parade, in native ooatume.
Urban, O., wanted a "rello of the
bathtub when It got It. Seven other
Peter Wesson. In Jail at Norwood,
le a mattraas and crawling under It
JEANNETTE GILDER IS
AQAIN OPERATED UPON.
Affection of Authoress's Right Eye
Is Now Said to Be Per
For the etcund time In a little more
than four years Miss Jeannette L.
Glider, author and editor, haa under
gone an operation fur an acute affeo
tlon of the right eye. The eecond opera
tion was performed Jan. a last Thla
became known to-day.
Her brother, Joseph B. Ollder. aaid
at hla home. No. 68 East Etghly-alttn
street, this morning the operation had
been successful and that his sister had
shown marked Improvement every day
since It was performed
Miss Glider is a slater of the late
Richard Watson Ollder, for many years
editor of the t'entury. Joseph, B. Gli
der was associated with hki sister In
founding the Critic In 1W0. Miss Oil-
der's department of literary and dra
matic criticism, "The Iunger," which
she conducted for twenty-eight years.
made her name widely known.
James McCreery & Co
On Wednesday. February 5th.
Final Clearance Sale.
NEGLIGEES & KIMONOS.
This Season's Remaining Stock at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Negl'gees of Crepe de Chine, several models
9.50, 12.50 and 15.00
formerly 14.50 to 22.50
Negligees of Messal'ne, trmmed w;th chiffon
formerly 19.50. 12.50
Negligees of Albatross, various models
5.50, 6.50 and 8.50
formerly 7.50 to 11.50
Eiderdown Blanket Robes 4.75
Kimonos of Fleece Down and Crepon
1.45. 1.75 and 2.2f
formerly 1.95 to 2.95
l-clasp Prix Seam English Tan Capeskin. Also
White Biarritz, self embroidery. 95c pair
12-button length Doeskin, white or natural . .
value 2.50. 1 .75 pair
16-button length White Glace Mousquetaire
with four rows of self or black embroidery.
value 2.75, 2.25 pair
WOMEN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR.
Fine Swiss Ribbed Lisle Union Suits, band
top, low neck, knee length. value 1.50. 1.00
Swiss Ribbed Lisle Union Suits, knee length,
plain or lace trimmed. value l.oo, 75c
Lisle Union Suits, low neck, knee length,
plain or lace trimmed. value 75c, 50c
Swiss Ribbed Silk and Lisle Vests, sleeveless.
value 1.00, 75c
Medium Weight Swiss Ribbed Merino , Union
Suits, low neck, sleeveless, knee or ankle length.
value 2.00, 1.35
Black Wool Tights, knee or ankle length ....
value 2.00. 1 .50
White Shetland Wool Bpcnceri 1 .50
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Maine," but scorned "apt. Blgabei's
cities asked for It. and It will go to
Mich., committed suicide by setting Are
melt in your
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This la the recloe' 1 cure Preato, 1 table
spoons butter, i cup mils. Work the butter
Into ths Praato, add milk alowly, ml alng with
knife. Roll gently on board duated with
Preato, cut small. Bake 11 to IS mlnutse.
Order Presto Flour from your grocer.
Recipe in and on every package. .
The H O ComrJdny BufMo.N.Y.
Makers of H O. lorce.etirf Prrsto.
BAD GOLD? I
One dose Pane's Cold Compound
Civee relief from colde and
grippe No Quinine used.
aM will disUnrtl) led your cold
lircaking anil ill ttlC 'irppc svinWii"
leaving nflcr tiiklim tlie rrv flfwl iliis-l
It Is u Bssaltlva imni l ,1 P f'..i,l
Compound, takrn vrf jr two honra, nattl
three eonesriillvg rlogrs nre taken. V.1H
tsd the Grippe md. bMi up In luoal
severe falsi citln r in Die hiail. clie.t.
Iiark. stomal li or limlis
If nnininllv relieves Ihc mul miser
nlile hea.larlie, ilnllnrss, hcsH anil nose
sluffcil up, frvrriOinr, sneering, sore
tlirunt, riinninit of tlie nose, mucous ca
tarrhal (lischnrites, soreness, stiffness and
rheumatic tn ingrs.
Gal a f.'i-rent package of "Pane's Cold
Compound" f, ,,, y,ir druggist and take
it with the knowledge that it will posi
tively snd promptly cure your cold and
end all t he grippe misery ; without any as
sistance' or dad after-effects and that it
contains no quinine don't accept totus
nice nct rentlv.
Tell of Brand
Readers tf Next Sunday's
World Get a Page of Recipe
Prepared Especially by New
York's Greatest Artist : I
In t moment of constructlvt
humor Louts the Eleventh of
France forced h! dear friend the
good Bishop Balue to eat lam
preys to Inordinate repletion, 3
that at lenifth the reverend pre
late felt more pain than during
the period In which he r".s con
fined to the famous cage at
Loches, which he had hd con
structed for political criminals.
Undoubtedly the sin of glut
tony rested on the KlP and not
on the Bishop; but just 'uiflrkl
the grief of the most ncte.l Cttll
of his time when lie fu id thi
dish he had prepared at sucn
pains so shockingly mUllMat It
v.oul.1 have cost many t'.ousa:nlt
of dollars to get a recipe from
that Imperial cook, but the SUN
DAY WORLD MAGAZINE pre
sents brand new recipes from r.o
less than seven famous chefs now
In New York, all of which the
readers of The World can have
FREE I" simply getting their
Think of a dinner prepar'd from
the recipes of seven of the Great
est Masters of the Culintry Art
In t'.ie worldl These seven In
comparable artists tell you how
to prepare a dish of succotash
that would make, limply on
mentioning It, a gastronome's
moutli water. And those "olivet
aurprises" you love to well
not to speak of that delicious,
spaghetti upon which OI'ver of
the Beaux Arts stakes his pro
fessional reputation. Then to
our sweetbreads with mush
rooms, those marvels 'f the
Gotham menu, not to speak of
the "mousse of chicken a la
Vlrglnienne," In which Rene
A n lard of the Waldorf-Astoria
reveals the sensibilities of your
true artist. Hardly have we dis
cussed that dish, when along
comes t recipe (or "minced
chicken a la King," which Chef
Ballard of Louis Martin's got In
a moment of Inspiration, and
should have been written in
golden letters, so as never to be
lost. "Fish," did you ssyf Well,
there's a new way of preparing
blueflsh "fisherman's way"
which that veritable genius of
the Hotel Plaza, Nestor Lathard.
guarantees to make all other
ways look like that famous road
paved with good Intentions which
leads to well, never mind about
that, but get busy with the
"oyster croutons" from the Pit
Onrlton, and by that time vou
will be like that mediaeval prlnOe
who after one good dinner askfd
that he might die then, as he
could not be sure of getting anv.
thing quite so good again here
Certalnlv you must not miss
that greatest of rages in the Sun
day Magazine, that most de
licious, appetizing, soul-sattsfy-Ing,
watering, mlnd-restlng, eye-entrancing
page of golden recipes
specially prepared by seven of
the greatest wonders of the mod
ern world, the seven grestest
Chefs of New York.
By All Mean Get
Next Sunday World
l-a -at. an. land, a,! 0l!BgCkm9,
iiaauaus. naa a it.