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THE EVENING WORLD, TTTEED AT, FEBRUARY A, IMS.
I TO TELL WHO GOT
: GRAFT 'HIGHER UP
Captain to Force New
,1.1) a 4 i 1 . . . ,,,-
I Former Helen Gould Embarking
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rriri nusoana on weaning rip
Photographed Eapoclslly for The Evcnhip World by a Staff Photographer.
fOX IS CORROBORATfTD. j
(pttier Collectors Named by Pa-
trohmn May Show Trail
! Aiming alwav at "th. in.n higher
m" rWrtrlct-Attomey WWlmm snd
Mi aides to-day were aiietly preparing
to 1 '."...i.' the hurriedly celled session
ef the I irsordlnary Grand Jury next
Mono.! dene, cxi whirh they will '.
IM lllimi Q roiic lopmni ,
Thomas W Walah. on in. cltarg or
Mk- . Then, tf Wa4h. who Is -
rsrt,d lo he rrltleaJlr III Wi heart
iroaair. wouie.. no ma avail htmaatf
af Ihe Immunity bath MMfe aa will ha
aranlr.l ,.. Pnll.-eman KuifM rom. nut. ,4
a In of i"ox. no Immunity will j .
anen lo .. unless ha caa ' 'dr
iver a "man itlgiirr up." i 4
Walsh In aulil lo ba wavering. Ila ha.
at .i'ni..i i i. pracmct now Mi
Toltenvltle. I .-for several month.
II is ou "sick Isava." He did not av
uaa' when ha waa auiiunoned I'efore the
2uxr.n Alder-, ia.nl coinniitle -. inse
of lltii u. II. relatives have dedaied
I would K i i 3 MM If he were arrralail.
To avoid mi rest. VV.Iah Ml at all Mm
self only urn course, if an inillciiniMit
against liini l returned. That ! In ua
' omr a wllnees fur the Mute nd assist
Metric (-Attorney Whitman In reaching
tha head of the ara I Una In tha folli-a
OTHCft WITNESSES TO TESTIFY
Pallcaais.ii Fox, who yeaterday eni. red
a piam of guilty of accepting hrlba
maaev. Mia allaniooa mat DUlrlct
.Uaantay Whltmsm with hla brmhar ta
utawa la the hand of. the pro .ecu tar a
laaas of evidence which, m allldavlt
farm, wfll ba used) In preparing for the
Beeting af roe John Dm Urand Jury
JaVaday. when an Indictment will ba
aaaad agalnat Police Captain Thomas W.
woJph on tin' charge of bribery.
INatrlrt-Auomey Whitman haa oe
taaWd what aa be! lava, la poaltlv. cor
roboration of Kox'a atory from Ocorga
A. 81pp. former proprietor of tlio Hal
ts) Hotel la Harlem, and from TAomaa
J. Darlaa. manager of tha Avanel, to
aSlafa tha Baltlc'a aama waa chanaad
fliaaa men. with Fox. will go before IM
Jaam Da Or and Jury Monday. Foot
wta awaar that ha callaetad mora than
MM a month from dteor early houaea in
i he Baat One Hundred aad Twenty
ettfa atreet precinct, aad that thla mon
ey waa delivered by Mm personally to
pt Waiah la tha iattar'a oAca In the
Waa and 1 tor lan will awear. It !
inaderatoed. that they had long oon
iwraatleae with Walah on aeveral ocra
loaa In which the queetlun of paying
'Mwtaetten money" for man tag the die
orderly hotel were dlecuaeed. It la aald
Walah waa ao bold In hi dealing with
sipp and Dorian tliat he actually "did
liualaeea" with them hlmeelf that he
flsed tha amount of graft they muat
pay and that he told them, personally.
.i pay Fos, "hi man."
Thla. It la believed In the Dletrtct-
vitorney' oMca. will aatord ample cor
loboratlao of Foa'e startling confeaalon.
Hankbooka and tank record of Cn.pt.
Walah may be reejulallloned by Mr
Whltmaa In hli e.- h for the ikiMc
..racial wealth. On a aalary ol K.7M
a pear Walah I aald la have grown
WA4.SH NOT TOO ILL TO SEE HQ
That Walali'a pliyai al condition, de
clared by Ma family to be moat critical,
la not nearly bad a had been re
parted, waa u report that reached the
rttetrlrt-Aftornry' office to-day. It waa
aald that, although It waa reported
Walah waa too III to leave hie home,
he had. within the naat week, vlelted
the offl'n ft a well known firm of law
yera and nought to retain them tn reu
reaeot him In the etcnt ef hla aubae
For year Wulsh nnd Hipp agalnat
whom the iiollce later lodged aerlou
hargea were boon companion. Hipp
waa engaged with Waleh In real e
(ata tiunaactloiut In New Jersey, and
, frequently waa a paaaenger In tha ton
neau of Walsh's le.oau automobile.
Hipp on one occasion waa Walah'a com
panion on a tour of the palatial hotela
along the East Coaat ef Florida during
the height of the social aeaaoii.
When aMpp. bribed to leave New
York, waa Anally Induced to come bark,
after the Orand Jury had thrown out
u unreliable the police chargea agalnat
hint, ha waa aagry at the manner in
which tha "Byatam" had. aa be ex-
preaaed it. "double-crossed" him. Wheu
he went before the Orand Jury with
tha atory that raaultod In toe indict
ment of Fox, who yeaterday pleaded
guilty of bribery, lie waa apeclflo In
hie charge that Capt Waleh waa a
grafter and that Fox waa hla graft
collector. But agalnt Walsh, hla
former friend, Hipp could not produce
tha corroboration he produced agalnat
"THIRD DCQREE" TO FOX TO OIT
The Dlatrlct-Atloniey waa conipeU'.-l.
for the tlmo betrsf, to pigeonhole the
charge agulnst Cast, Walah, though he
placed prUiste datectlvee to work ou
the caar. He ibclioved that, In addition
to Ua evidence thy secured, he could
voi-k up ii duufelr-rivi.ted use ugalnsi
Walah If he could convict Kox, and for
a time hla ewerglea were devoted along
that Hue. The reeult was that Kox, la
a aeuee, gat a startllnet "third degree"
afore hla trial waa called yeaterday.
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daya, J cannot for BtftAln USUI 1
have csxjatulted wiii, a aaoc'lattfi n I
the notice if the licaring vlll he anple.
and tin ptMte w:n ihm full oppol
lonllv to examine the eofltrartl ami file
any o.ijectlniia it mi hjv. to IM on
MXALL WILL NOT QUALIFY FOR
NEW OFFICE TO-OAY.
Mr. MoCail annoJii 1 at I o clo k
that tir win I not uaslfy to-day fui
William II. Wilfclcoan pU c. He ato
ItSttd that Mr. Willcnx won I rail Pfl
him during ttv afternoon and he rx
neuii la uotohi nan useiu detaiih
aaeMjt hia now 'H
iwrs. Uutsl ln Ills t, ' "It r w aa a
long Una of well tvleiliei and Ida
ycre. who droppaM in to extirc IhMi
regreta fiat he wa Icnvin the Judl
clarv and to wish hini well In h ne
field of activity Among the Ju-M.c-ihere
acre many e Idcncci of trriiulnc
Morrow, Jvdtlca trtegeih i ullowln,; hut
feellnx full nii In n Moo. I of tear-
The C'hiitiinoti tfHvr otll
S l"L.V ' ' "'" M Helen u ,.
mr. wiii '. i lie iciier rvao;
"Fch. I. HIT
My dxr ItMteM .woCall Huppi-men
Ing my telegrmn to you, I wIkii i i Dl
gratulate you upon your appointment
a.i my inicceaso:- :,nd to aatttft you Ihnl
If at any time I can b. of eajf ride I
you l wih you would command me.
If at,-' e.iblr to you, I would 'Ike to
arrange to hnce my fellow couiinl.
."lonera and Hie oratle of depai tineiin
on hand to unci Nt when yon conn
to take your Boa Of here, and It you w !
let me know somewhat in advance 1
shall be glad to arrange the feature,
wi'.i kind regards, I uin,
W. It. WlUiOOX."
HELEN GOULD GIVES
AND SAILS ABROAD
SUICIDE HALL OWNER,
DEAD; FORTUNE GONE
ITU MaSaM- mod or ..... Mr. and Mrs. Shenard Lave ; th Bown
i-ouicl Into the lii-th cs .ham-! 1 I ' Paeadawre, Oal., waa folio
for floneymoon Trip
Mong the Nile.
1 deepetrtt that lohn H MM,
former owner of "Suicide HH" nnd
by preea reports from Loo Angeles that
"the widow of John H. McUulrk in
T'axadena denle he I the Huldde Hall
McQuIrk of New York." The former
r.rloon keemer epolled Ms aama "Mc-
Nevertholeas. many of Su.oale John's
f 'tula of the old days y there m no
doubt It Is he. MoOurk hud : i MMga
sla and six years ago went West in
hope of being cure I. Hli Witt and
Kmi,prinz. n OaeJIM They '.vent at daughter were also said to iac the
Meg 0 (heir suite, and found that. I disease, and reports lhat reached his
daMle ,,, . rfforia lo Kiln away from acoualnlliiicea here were hot h tnonay
awa about gone, thouuh ai PM I'm h.
spr.nging ompiet surprise on
nany of their lt:ind, Mr. end Mrs
p of u Finley .t Shop, 1 1, i. ihe utter the former
drove up to the
North 'lerman I.iyod dock In HMMM
it I oVInrk to-day and hoarded ti e
and Houston streets first, and followeJ
t with "The Mug" at No. 2C Bowery.
Next the "Sailors' Hnug Harbor" at No.
Ilowerv, and following It "Suicide
Hall," at No. 35 Bowery.
Knodcout drops wen gtv.n sailors
and others worth robbing In 'Suicide
Hall," and it got its name from the
numtier of girls who. tired of a hard
life, drank caroollc ackl there. In the
yeara the place flourished thouaanda of
map were robtbed and In UN there wor
a!x suicides of girls and seven attempts
Although often errested. MsOnrk al
waya escaped In court. In 1902 Acting
ptaln Churchill closed him up, de
spite the understanding that MoOurk
had the backing of the Sullivan.
after the day's shopping
old In .lrtlfht tins onl?
Anieri 'a .iIiiiom unnoticed, (heir rooms
were litargHy aMsad wiMi flowers.
As Ihe hour for aahinc aptirnaehed.
more and more flowers arrived until, by
the time the Due and Duchess Ja Taly
rand and their son. little Due da flagan.
arrived they had to fairly above their
Way through the array of blossom
The Dm snd Pitches we fellow voy
agers of I le Hh pherds. who have heen
"o far as Justice MavMI W4 able to living quietly st hyndhurat, the liride's
Stale the qualification of the new hair
man may take pluce some Units to
niorrow. M'CALL SAYS HE IS OPPOSED TO
Mr y ' .hi latki I to an MPMlfHI
w pi ., t cporter at his home to-dav
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McOurk was born In Ireland sixty
years ago and came here from lloeton
in IMS. He opened a dive at Elizabeth
WHEN A LAXATIVE IS
NEEDED- CA8CARETS." j
J! Women's and Misses'
sfl tat A AT aa
5uus ft toais at
mni paid to I o
Fog declared h. had men .ompeiled,
althoim-h in SMnnlgl simita, to con
tribute '.o of the tl.UUO fund raised to
get lleoitfe - pp to lire from New York.
He said lie gave lliia money to lit
Brother,, wlm dailVOrod It lo a lawyer.
I'urthei' IiiiIP luiciila lor bribery of Hepp
ate expected, though the .we against
I anly one lawyer probably will bu taken
' up Monday.
1 Kox, in hia confession, mimed eeveral
: police captains for whom he said he
had collected craft at various times.
The.. rayhlMM fa made more than
five veal's gflgL and me barred by
l.uuiiiilias fioiu proMectitlou. Kox. lion- lions that arc now ao
a isiut Ikls conception of the dullc uf
i the office to which he lias ju.-t Man
appoiniod. Ha waa asked tila opinion
of the nollcy of the Dreaent commiesioii
" ,,,1 ih Tr.n.ll i ',,,,,,,, ,,f
Hoard of Estlsjutte in framing the
operaaMtsg con tract, wtlh the Interim. -ough
and the B. It T. In seAirrt confer
encea wtlh the oBlclals of those cor
porations. "My Tie wa with lafaraaoe to
private dlecaasloa af pnbUc quas
Moaai are well kaowa," aald Bfr.
MoOaU. "X asa oppoeeel to secret
eeaeloaa aad that haa always been
say position with reepeet to mat
ter, that conoern a great majority
of tha public. Of oowree, I do aot
mass by Mda to nay that execu
tive eeesloaa of th. Comnu.sion
shonld be onUrely precluded, bat
la rare taataaeea where aaeh aea
aloaa xalgbt be jnatUlable the
reaaaa fag it ahoaia always ha
argent aad controlling."
' .lave you vlewa upon the rapid tran
sit question ' '
"I have lived thirty-five year, in New
York City, all the poiind of my active
life and I certainly have basic Ideas
upon transportation matters. I well
know that thero must be a solution of
the rapid transit problem that will
work out a benefit for the greatest
number and bring relief and that, too,
as speedily as possiblo from tho condl-
estate at Tuuytown. since the wedding.
Mrs. Shepherd was tadlant and smil
ing and uininglv nosed for photogra
phers, ill Micp.ml was equany all tg bio I
and gave a brief outline of the
tv. snail ieav tne snip ji ner- ,, .
i.ourg i,c said. "sd . to ran..- Mrer and constipated bowela
"Thence our plans Include s leisurely
tourney to l:apt and up the Nile, tn
May shall tvturn to this country saaea mm
on too II.. ilin .... .. , .. I
r plans 1 Dime box Gently clean your ; J
at fher- s. a .i .J i i-
while you sleep
1 ougblv cleanse your l.iver.
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iiiil Uowrls. and you .ill aurrly feci
Mr. Sliepn, i I wore a plain hluo cloth
tailor mndc suit H, n snail black hat
II,- 1, .,,.1 .... ..O.I.... .ImumI In 1
dark blue and w..n a Maea overcoat. 1 Srrat by morning. oa men and
Norn- of their frlenda saw them off. women who have headache, coated
out they were kept busy answering "twin ' tongue, ran t sleep, arc bilious, ner
iiifit" lafeaTagM tfpni all parts ofivous ami upseL botberril with a sick,
t ie ounirv. ' gasav. disonlerrd stomach, or have
Among II Iher paaaenaeri eie Ivan i frjrhr and feel all worn out
t ar.i i. me i'ouipo-.-r, ano nm nun sum
I.tilgl Soall, manaaTSr of the Italian IJn
III this clt). .Mr. Hnull Is on his w.iy to
Italy to .'ee If he cannot (jet the ijov-
.rnm.nl I., w.ilw- Ihltle clal-llS til some
of lln- tie. t or Ins line, which lm e been j important.
pre- rd Into sec viol as trurispoita since I'nsc.rcls inimcdinlclj
the ItatO-Turklsti win and have not . regulate the llomacn,
-nice been leleascd.
MM strike lii e Jfmev.
IlI'.UIJANK, N. in l'"cb I. 'More than
six hundi-eal men and MM employed
at the HU'iniinl Ktantf Uniforrn factory
went on ittika to-da'. No disorder or
tendency to ftoUM M Indlcnteil. ej.
IhOUaTJl many members of Ihe Uurnent
rVorerh I'nlon a coming In from
New York to assM the striker. Ao
OOrdlng to the strikers the Klsner lae
tory has several tlovcrnmcnt ion tracts
now under way.
e4M a-" 4 ss
Oa through I haa the Dlatrlct-Attur-ney
may ba able to Implicate aoino of
these high, If officials.
i Mr. Whitman reached hi ofllce lata
I to-day, and it wa reported tli.tt he had
by letting lu m are the strength of the ,, n conferMO. uptown with Kox
people'a case against him. Facing n and other witnesses whom Kox Is said
ten-year prison sentence, Kox weakein I : to have persuaded to offer their teetl
and made a complete confession to I neeny lo the I itslrlct-Attumey. Mr.
Durtrlct-Altoirsry Whitman and A'- J Whitman declined to discuss Ihe report.
Uattrlct-Attorney Frcd.-rlck J. irncu.a.c,y " "- ' " i, V , .a
I long time with William J. Hums, head
Of the private detective agency that Utl-
rovered the Los ABMlag Times dvnn-
mllers and the Allnnllc I'lty AWer-
grsfi ca'-es. Ilnrns Is nnder-
.- u lii lo know the names of the "llefore I conic to . decision If It
pet sent collertora for these captains, should fall to in. to pas. upon the
Hubwuy contract. I ahall Insist npoa
tutu to permit ma to become convers
ant with every feat are af thaae con
tract., to anajyie them, not only aa to
the rontracte hemsclree, but also all
tho attend. nt features upon which they
Fox told the Dlstrlcl-Atlortiey II was1
common report that su Inspector had
his own collector in the liiapc-ltiin dls- man?
lrUt. Who toned the resort to pay
him an additional M per cent, "f the
stood lo have be.t retained to run down
certain phasea of the etorv told y Kox.
SERVICE BOARD ENJOINED
PLANS TO VACATE THE ORDER
iCoiillnuc-1 fixjin Fire! Pae )
BY JUDGE M'CALL.
alary far aaexplred
term aa aapreme Court
Juattea, three yeara
slevea months at SITJWO. SM,M1.3
alary aa Chairman of
the PnbUc Samoa Com
mission, five yeara at
the foiirleenth floor of the Tribune
Hulldlng. Mr. Shearn usked M dl
Obtained from Jnatloe llenOilik might
be set aside in the meantime.
MAJORITY PLANNED TO JAM
CONTRACT THROUGH TO-DAY.
H.rvlce of the Injunction spoiled the
plan of the majority of the I'uhllc
Service Commla.lon to rush the con
tract tlusKiafh this afternoon. They
were expecting to inn the H II. T aoa
tracts n!Ui1n two hours when ihe In
jun 'lion pa pan a arrived.
A ting waa hold at I o'rlo. : this
afternoon In room MO ol the TtibUnS
Huil, ling. Varioua tnaltcra on Utl cal
endar relating to anliwayv. lnclinllng n
plan to unit the new I Nlngton hVanUI
subway and the old aithway iby u tunnel
through the Orand Ccntrnl station and
another plan to c tend the new "I." line
In (Jneen. to llnahil'S were a l : ed
The 11 It. T. coiitiect. which luid bam
received from the printer only a Short
time before and hsd not yet been cure
fully examined, were almost ready for
"I move." said Commissioner Will
lama of the majjorlty favoring thv
lama of th majority favoring the
ORDER OF COURT SERVED ON the commission.
CHAIRMAN WILLCOX. I BOARD OF ESTIMATE TO GIVE
The motion was adolited While tula PUBLIC HEARING.
was going on u, man who had entered llefore the mibway contracts become
the door made his way to the soat ot It K.l atwl Inndlng upon the city, they
Chairman Wlllcox. who was suti nuiiiie l j ba - to be approved by Ih. Bosttl of
bv Public Service Inspectors. I'.Kiiiii.ne ami Apporiionnien
"Are you Mr. Wlllcox" asked the
reeled to ti e office of Truu II Whit
ney, aecreiury to the coinu.lssloti. He
knocked at Mr. Whitney's door and
then entered QUloBIy,
"1 would like to copies of those
inveterloiM documents known us the mrb
wny couti iM't-.." he said.
"They have pot come over fisjm the
printer, ' nsplled Mr W hitney.
Mr. Shearn then went to the office of
Commissioner Mallble across the hall.
He asked the same ipioMion of hlni Mr.
Midtble .-.ml he wus eunully desirous of
seeing the iloul draft uf the contracts.
TharMSotl Mr Hheurn left the ofllce of
sU- I Tkss n-
Mr. Wlllcol admlltiNl hla identity. Tne
visitor thereupon dumped dOWB alfors
the chairman of the Commission u pile
nf documents and served him Willi a
"Why." remiirked Mr. Wlllcog In a
tone of eurprt.iv, ' It's an Iti.lumtlon ."
Mr. Wlatcnx w.is ilerht. The mjun
Hon papers were sent to Secretin c
Whitney to he copied. It w.ih discov
ered tout the Injunction oppllre not
only to toe II. it. '1. contracts, copleg of
Which Were attuclnl lo the llopp. l pe
tition, but to the lntefborotigh cou
lias te) ws well.
HEARST LAWYER ASKS FOR
I By siituliig the contracts Immedlatel!
I after voting their approval of iliem the
i Ihrb.n- Servl ee Ciiuimlssion can ohvl.it
the neceailti of a special maatlwi of th Jtt!? ,"ml "'
' Hoard of Ksllmate This meetlni; tin-
I been deulg el lelt.ll t,y tile counsel In
the ConitnlMtM The i uslotii has been
i in poailftioilon coittraol for Ilia com
mission to vote upon the contract iimi
I send them to the Board of Kstliu.no I
I the .i ppropi l.itlon of th. lOMe) i ded
lo i an y not the contracts, bul ihe oil
Irucis up to-il.i', If ppafallllfl o
ti'Ucts and the Coniuiisi.lon has tlavi
before .ha, i ',iih openit'ni; contia t
Borouah i'u Jin UcAn.ny said t
afternoon lbs Hoard ol Mttlmais lould
give .i heartui Uafori ilanlus tha oo -tracts
"Vun can say." be annOUgCsfd, ''tha
may claim to b. predicate I, In the full
vsd. nic Sia I on that no unnecessary
delay must ensue but also In the posi
tive conviction that no hasty or Illy
considered action be taken on my pirt."
"With whom hare you talked con
cerning this appointment before It was
"Aa a matter of truth but one person
ax.' has hud the slightest to do with
my accepting this office and that 1 - the
llovernor of thll State."
SAYS HE WILL WORK IN INTER
ESTS OF PUBLIC.
"Then, under the circumstances, the
'lovernor'. attitude not lielng a personal
one, but repreeentUirf the people, you
will enter upon the discharge of your
duties with an eye directed oolely to
Their and theirs only." waa the re
ply. "Mo you know anything about the
quratlon of patronage connected with the
"1 know nothing about It. and I cure
less," said Judge MoGalL ati iking the
table with bla hat so that the breakfast
dishes rattled. "All that I want to
know about anv man, who may he cm
ployed In u position aubordlnute to my
own. Is that he Is rendering elllclent anil
capable service and the Htate la receiv
ing In return Unit for which they are
conipviisuUng hi in, and w hen that 1.
known that will .he aooaptad as the
That Justice McCall was gettlns ready
to assume his new duties wus snown to
day when the Law Journal containing
the decisions and work ol the Justices
foe tarda' reached the cutirthouse.
Und.r the head ot in-a'ly every part
rlf the Supri-ine Court twenty-four in
all then are decisions by Justice Mc
Call. The calendar ahows thnt Justice
slcCall signed more than -.UUn orders
yesterday and rendered decision In
more than U" cases, some pf them of
long tanllng and or great Importance
It was midnight last nWht when the
Justice concluded his work, lie left all
tile cases over which he hu." presided
in such shape that none of Die muss of
llllvsllon on his .leaks hail In be re. I
I ... .r 1,1.. ..nlL.ui,.. I
Tlie hulk of tne Justice's work as In
Pint I. where he was assigned to sit
yeaterday morning, lie Mgind ,SM or
ders In his chambers discontinuing suits
on the motion of Ihe Corporation Colin- i
set bfOIMaVt by city employees ugutnst
the city. ome of the suits Uai.ng back
In the came of I"thel I. Roahfl for a
divorce from her husband. rmaa I.. ,
llnehn, which was tried before Justice
MoOAIi last mouth In I'arl II. and a vol - ,
diet returned by the Jury oa-aliist both
husband slid wife, liio Justice set aside
the verdict against the wife.
"1 cannot but be convinced." he suld, 1
"lhat the verdict is agulnst Hie Height I
of evidence In so far as the Jur) -oi.-
plaintiff wa vuilty in
Ihe llelaware Water Oap llolel
Skin and Hair
Arc you keeping your bowels clean
with Cabarets or nicrrly ion ing a
paagrway 'very few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor nil? This is
sour, iindigx-strrl and fermenting food
snd foul gases: take thr excess bile
from I be liver and carry off the con
itiputed waste matter and poison from
the intestines and bowels. .
Remember, a Cascaret to-night will
straighten you out by morning. A
10-rrnt box from your druggist means
hr.lt h v bowel action: a tier head i
and cheerfulness for months. Don't I
forget Ihe children.
fcma Hht vIRrB
S O.e f lbs
You rou Id pay twice the
amount for u Suit and then
you would not ol) tain more
jrace or more tyle than
in these suits we offer ut
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and Fancy Mix
tures. All sizes
That show every mark ol
distinction. The latest
styles of the, season with
the newest shaped collars
Materials arc ( liin
chilla, Houele anil Fancy
Mixtures. All bizes.
line or tha
SI i lea.
E 53 to 57 West 14th Street
st leet from the Starts. Ave. L Station and the Hnttaon Tunc
No other emollients do so
much for the complexion,
hair and hands, nor do it so
quickly and economically.
Their use tends to prevent
blackheads, redness, rough
ness and other unwhole
some conditions of the skin.
Demand a HamUess Antiseptic
p u r -
t'liitie u n
votn own usr.
muke sure thut it
poiHoni. i lie Mifcsl way is to no
hn thousand of other women do
simply specify Tyree's Anti
septic lOWder. ., . mmmmmmi fact among
Physicians everywhere nUv.isc . tod.v ln.t ,h greater
I y ree 8 because It is not only harm- l K Q( K airhness can be avoided
less, but is positive in its results, by keeping the kidneys working properly.
It. uies rover a wide range and it ran be This is even more important than
..-a.! I... .... ,l,l,il ...I ,n wulr, I ml.
ii.ru, urn, iiiuiviwnfln.. - -
vallrd as a preventive of disease and un
excelled as a douche. A i ' cut package
makes two gallons standard solution.
Sold by all druggists. Send (or booklet
and free sample.
I. g. Terse. Chemist. Waahlagtea. D. C.
OVER HALF OF ALL SICKNESS CAUSED
OY CL066ED UP WEAKENED KIDNEYS
Hundreds Are Suffering With Kidney Trouble and Don't
Know It. Backache, Bladder Disorder and
Rheumatism Are The Result
COPIES OF CONTRACTS.
A few moment, ttrfor. noon Clarence . ilie Hoard at BssttsMU ITlll Civ Hi
J. Bhearn, attorney for William Kan-1 public full opportunity In l lie .rd upon
.olsh HearaL called at tha heanouitcer i '.le iiius.i tun .a Is. Theiu w'.ll
i the Public Service coMlMlalr oa a public hearing Th nonce al tbik
mesnsdiscenitiirt ml aft n nerve torture,
Vaur tongue vl I unl ilisiislge it. .tmid
ilauger and gel sale relict l using IM
Warner's Sate PILLS
Far CsBBiiestJsB bb Wibssiii
'I LasM plUl re pureTv vegetable
..ml ure sugar coated. They restore
nil mainluin normal action of tbc
botrab. Tbey contain the laxative
priMBMI of natures vegetable
MeM lives only.
Dootora Almost ALWAYS
I resenne u hi manic nr laxative i,i
i st lliinglor a sick icrsou, rithc,-
i para laly or Maablnad ith nth
nedidna. Doctors do 1 hia liecaus."
cic esBBOt be good health Of
i overy from u diseased condition
nit bout regulur bowel action un i
i'!eau system. This IttOWl th'-
mpoftMM ot liMpiag tha bowni
ipeo iiml regular.
'Are Ksnerlalls OaajMa
Hue uaer ssia. srurr - safe HO a e
inialli cisKl I hep. iiil IU U ol
'III l.eie Hi l.i nil iilUri- l... Sllltlll ... I
Jul." onesi i whlMils, Tug WMilsgiM
Mi'. Iiruuk ij u, N. .
A BOON PUB WOMANKIND
POUURE bi-Aim CHE
Uu.raiita under I'ure Food and Drui
Act. serin' No. 41102.
Is the only remedy for women, rcgird-
less of age. Harmless, natural. Taken
internally. Compounded of the rarest
Continental herbs and roots. Effects im
mediate and lasting relief. Will Invigor
ate, soothe and allay nervous irritability,
tone op the exhausted nerve centres,
CURB AND REJUVENATE.
Get our booklet) it is free.
Four weeks' treatment for $1.
Poudre Blanche Chemical Co.,
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I'llR HAI.r. AT
Ilium's I'liarmaei , l.efina Ave. A 142a St.
V. f. fcehwetser. 7 Oreeawteh Ave.
A. I.. Tufts, troth St. A Ot, Nwlialw Ave.
Hcnra Walter m Bra.. 3111 3d Ave.
F. W. Kisisiis at '.. SOth at. ami hi. a.
H. II. tieet.. l.lMlh HI. A Strasjdwiu.
Ilalner's llnig glare. Cor. 150th St. A
.liiUnlTlilTesn. .IsUI I, rami Nt.
t. H. Koaun Hons. Hudson A Klas t.
for the bowels to move regularly.
because Ihe kidneys and bladder are
the lilterer and sewers of the body.
If you suffer with pains in the back
or sides, bladder or urinary disorders,
lumbago, rheumatism, diiaineas, puffy
swellings under the eye. or in the
feet and ankles, nervousness, tired
aod worn-out feeling, or aay of the
many other symptom, of kidney trouble,
dor't neglect yourself another day
and run the risk ot serious complications.
Secure an original package of Croxone,
... ... . s 1 . . i. . 1 J
a tneb costs nui a inne, issa mirn ami
a day. fur a few days, and you will be
surprised how entirely different you
Croxone cures the very worst cases
because it removes the cause of such
flea. C. Basis. 1111)4
Ward's lirsis .teres.
s. row, i rat a ms it
troubles. It soaks right in and cleans
out the kidneys and makes them filter
out all the poisonous waste matter
.nl uric acid that lodges in the joints
and muscles, causing rheumatism;
soothes and heals the bladder aad
quickly effects a cure.
It is the most wonderful remedy
ever made for the purpose. You will
find it entirely different from any
thing you have ever used. There i.
nothing else on earth to compare
with it. It matters oot how old you
are or how long you have suffered,
the very principle of Croxone is such
that it i. practically impossible to take
it into tne human system wttboot
You can secure ao original package
ot Croxone from any 6rsUclass drug
tore. All druggiits are authorised
to personally return the purchase
price if Croxone fails to give the de
sired results the very Brat time you
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The mosH wondrr
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matt! old V a f
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tii 1 t'omplfftaly roiuveiiavtta th .'lip -'xi'm
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