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SETS FASTEST PACE
YET IN BAL MASQUE
Society Women Masquerade in
! Tights as Harem Queens
at Pre-Lenten Ball.
"To-Morrow We'll Be Good,
Murmur Society Klite, as They
Turkey Trot and Tango.
(taertsl to T C'trlM WerM.I
PHILAUBbPHIA. FVb, I Not until
daylight thla mnrnlng mail Dm soft
Jiptnttr settings (ray and tan an did
the Philadelphia pre-Lenten Ml ma aqua
end after reetlvltles mal more d'
t.ngulahed than ever before by wi-allS
r' coelumes, ettravatsnee of decorsV
tlone and tha presence of laadara of so-
ty from Naw York. Washington, Boa
Inn. Baltimore ami I'lttabursh.
rbltadalphla. undar lla gunkrr maak
of olamnlty and rnnvantlonallty, long
ago davalopad a gayety of Ita aoolaty
shlch haa baan tha privileged delight
of thoaa from othar ill lee who know
h'w to (ft MMMI Ihr screen. I.aat
nights ball tora down tha screen. Tha
'aralan fair of M. Andre Koiiquler,
li'h ha haa bean exploiting In thla
ntry by hla magic lantern aihlhl-
Ina of the coatumea of hta gueata,
altera' annual ball compared
tli tha feast of the eeneaa In which
frlvollora of laal nlgbl rsvellad.
' Sslumea of eurli daring that thay
sftuld have made a city detective ner
a tie If obaerved un the ataga on tha
Ing night of a inuelcal comedy, a
uoua orrheatra of gonga hidden In
fsetooned celltnga, unexpected ahlv-
ah flurrlaa of confetti snow, etorroa of
angling colored tape, the flutter ol
I wlnga of eight hundred mechanical
ferka. tha plashing of acented fuun-
recalled the deacrlptlona of tha
Inatlve hletor.ana of the bac-
llan ravalrlea of tottering Roma.
(MMMI OC LA CRIME OF tU
1 CIETV WM THERE.
Vat the Met of gueata reads Ilka a
election from the blue booka ot the
tdwn tnd of tbe other eommunltlee
represented. For once, however, the
fajacled eeourlty of . going ovar to
Philadelphia, and really doing things"
wrfa spoiled. Tbe traditional Indlffer
sfjge Wish whloh the general public
baa treated the efforts of 1'hllsdsipliU
y to amuse Itself and lla
with unusual tbrtUa has been
ever since I'hUaOelphls Be-
uiated Ofetna. Ministers ssnklu
subjects for ahooksr sennons
s been spreading the news.
a farewell tn the devil ball of last
so brilliant and so larg
go hysterics! in tha favor of ita
aaluta to the Old Hoy that
cbjaaffeura and waltrra and even etreel
4r drtvera, who. by common consent,
bve never before gossiped about I'hll-
golnes-on, are tu-day bubbling
a tor lea The society people look
Ud off with bal masque and tht
of straight-faced aacraoy has
seeking to support It. There may be
er bal masque, but tha people
a land It will know that the vubnii,
herd will know what haa been
IE TY WOMEN WE AM TIGHTS
At HAREM QOEENE.
bal masque was atartsd by a
gseap of young bachelors who wanted
t pay off their aortal obligations with
oejt loo moch labor or espsnae by oo-
allng. Their first effort reeulted ao
that they ware overrun with re
fer mvttatlona for the neat year.
MB thin three years there was no hall
m otty whloh would hold lbs fuoo
except the slant relic of tha Cea-
ExpoelUon. The eelestloa of a
rsTttron as a patroness fixes bar ptevoa
M a aortal ruler. Even as big as tha
bal masque had become there ware
hundreds of applications for InvttaUone
rgueed thla year oecauae they wars re
odJVas loo late or bees use the requlre
nfeau of the petlllonera socially did not
pass the censors.
JSrbape the moat glaring costuma
nam last night was that of Mrs.
Charles A. alunn of Washington, who
bssssght with her a party whloh aba
entertained before tha ball, whloh be
gaa at midnight. She was dressed aa
Stan and carried fantastic realism so
fny that aha wore a switching sad tall
with an arrow point on tha end, which
aha looped gracefully over her elbow
Moorrs of young glrle wore the loose,
Hinging, pajama-llkf drew of Pierrot,
among them Mlaa Majbtl A. Brtce and
Map, Robert W. Liggett, atlas Harriet
Uraig Blddle made herself a Tama
Yams girl. Mrs. Ralph M. Thompson
whs as Indian princess, wearing
oriental Irousera, but dlatingulahed by
a. shimmering veil of cobwebby silk.
Many of the coatumea, especially
tboae of harem women, required thelr
wbsrers to wsar silk tights uadsr tbslr
flfary robes to oarry out the Illusion. It
whs a trite remark of the evening that
never had Philadelphia society seen so
take sf Itaalf.
wlkNV NEW YORK SOCIETY
FOLK PRESENT AT BALL.
Among the New Yorkers who attended
and Mrs. Charles C. Auchtnclost.
and Mrs. Olfford A. Cochran, Mr.
Mrs. Edward Pales Coward, Mi
saw Mrs. Crslg Drake. Mt. and Mia.
Mburliv llecasclier, Mr. and Mrs.
R Inn M. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
K .ufmsn, Mr. and Mrs. O. Herman
X nalcutt. Mr. and Mrs. William O.
li m jr., Mr. and Mrs, John It. Ogden,
M . and Mrs. W. Schuyler smith, Mr.
si I Mrs. Ralph hanger. Mr. aad Mra.
H rbeu Wheeler, Mr. and Mra. J. Mor
as Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Uarld Cod-
Sample of Costumes at Ball T
gawswi axswswswsi awswl awswswswl EwswswH Ewswl awswswsM swswswswi I
in -l w
11 Z V'aa" ZAf" 'a "
in. r A' A Ml
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li m mm. mi
1 mw i fA m eW
mm JwMwMwMfJT aVI m. wMwI gswMb. ggfll K I
cmooaievi. e Jj'
Frances Burr, Miss Angelica H. Rrtiwn.
Miss Nussnne 'srroll, Mrs. Dsnlsl
Chaunory, Mia. H. Bransblll (lllbcr .
VUsa Charlotte 11. Harding. Mlas Mar
R. Marrlmsn, Mlaa Dolly LA Montngne,
Mats FUrrletss McAJplne, Mrs. Tbotnaa
Knriuna Ryan jr.
Mlaa Molly Mldebmhem Mlaa Francea
O. Tlnirnc. Mm. Ksymond While, Mia.
man Whltllsld. Mlsa FVancea Wtnanta.
Mlsa Olgu Wli.jrej. Mlaa Msry II
W!'..i.r;. Mra. Mevrn II O. Pell. Mrs.
Mi iim Myii Jnhnsnri. Mlae Helen JU'l-
aon, Mlas I'alla Mlggina, jamra u.
BreSSe, Brlnton Buck-waiter, A. Hand
ford niodgett, Irving Beebe, Otto Cuah
lng. HUney Csltord Jr., Angler B. Duke,
Oliver B. Itarnman, Louis Keller. A.
Nelson Lewis. Morgan E. I.s Montagu.
Alfred I.. Uitflm.r. Robert .1. McKer.
Curtla Moffat. Philip O. Mills, Crelghton
W i.i.b M. Taylor Jayn Jr., Nicholas O.
Roosevelt. Burnet H. Rugglea Jr., far-
roll M. Robertson. Monroe Donglsa Rob
inson. Philip Htevenaon, W. J. bHurgla.
wainorinsv o. iw, aiswhh rw jtt' WnrpW k
koop, M. H. A. J. Wl Urine, li Pouter Uaipeiai
Wllmerdlng. W. De Lncey Kountxe,
Howard Pardee, Howard Phlpps.
Of course, all the Htntasburva an.l
Biddies and Bllgnta and Wlaters and
the rest were there. Aleo tiov. Truer
and Hecretary of tha Navy Oeosve von
There was no restriction on any known
vsrtarton of the Turkey trot or gilds
The murmured whteper of tha evening
waa: "To-morrow wa will ho good."
The orchestra wag asm away y a
highly unpopular committee chairman
at t thb) morning. But voluntecre pried
the piano open aad many Bal Ma.iie
breakfiats at rcatauranta and private
nouses became late luncheons.
SOCIAL WELFARE CHIEF
TO MAKE THE STATE HAPPY.
Assembly Bill Calls for $8,000 Com
missioner Who Will Travel About
for the Common Good.
AWHANV. Fsb. A commissioner of
soolal welfare, whoas duties would 1
to lnveillgats aoolal condltlont In rura
and urban oommunlMea and to "travel
about tha Blnta and confer with the
ptisjlt la meeting aasembtsd at con
venient centres as to ths beat waya and
meant of prompting ths conrnton good,"
la proposed In a MU Introduced to-day
by Assemblyman Uovis.
TIis cum-mlasloner would endeavor to
bring about neighborhood co-operation
la civic and aoolal affairs, oalculaled to
"improve lbs well being of the com
munity and tha individuals." The toui
mlaaloner'a salary la fixed al tt.OUD a
year with 13,000 for travelling expenses.
BshSHsnsr'a Fayte ttlll a MyeSery.
WAB1UNOTON. Feb. 6.-The fata of
the schooner a. P. Blackburn, with two
men aboard, still la a mystery. The
revenue cutter Onondaga to-day reported,
ths veaael nowhere In the vicinity
where she wit last Been MA mllea east
of Cape lletterne The Onondaia used
all hef OQei 'h a ueeks ecaich and waa
ouligrd lo return 10-day to replenish her
aupply. The cutter Seminole It Still
Widow Osta aio0 Verdict.
Mra. Ouaala Bydel. whose huahand
was killed In the collapse of a scaffold
In Brook!) n a year ago, waa awarded
f 10.000 damages In her suit agalnat
1-ouls Principe, a builder, by a Jury In
Justice Clark e Court. Brooklyn, to-day.
THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNE8DAY,
FINISH INAUGURAL PLANS.
WHsns ommlltee Kollune lletslle
of left eremswy.
WAHHLfKITON. FSh. . The ..Mlclal
progrsmmr for the Insugural cere
monies wan (oinpleted to-day. II fol
lows In detail the plans for the Inaug
uration of Tuft anil Hhernian four
I'lalforin acroaa the nsal front of
the i'm where 1'reeldHiit-elect
Wlteou will i. ike i he oath of oltW ig iiml
deliver hla addri-aa, will lie built to
acioiiiiuudiite a. nun apeitatura, 2.V00
more t.ian four yearn ago.
POHT UK NKW VUMK.
Ah HIV DO.
Mart lis Was.iiusvin
Vi.-h.rle I. uls.
INCOMING 8TEA M8HIPS.
lit i: TU DAY.
Flerkts. Hirs. Aneuns. I'slernu.
ItsUs. ISil.in i .nissl, Vsiruris.
liliili., I'.lamn ID Monte, ll.lirston.
lsm. Huuiu.s. iiessaie. Hinrtlauai
Mtr. BiiWiiw. Ilrrmni
. iiriesas. Btrais, i,ibau.
HUB-MARK Rubber Boots
For Out-of-Door Men
A man who to in the wet a good
H, ..! n.aak s sturdy boot that will
bland a reaMiuibic amount oi rougli
1 1 aa i merit.
! HU15-AABK Boots are made lor
si I the haidett kind of use and also in
lighter weights. The manufacturer!,
are constantly studying the conditions
rubber boots have to meet in order
to produce boots that will stand up
ag-jlnst any test.
Choose the kind that Is appropriate
for vour work and we are sure you will be
pleased with the HUB-MARK Rubber
Boots, provided you give them proper
treatment. No rubber footwear will!
Wear well if put away
dirty or left near the
stove. Rubber boots
should be hung up in a
cool, dark place when
not In use.
Illustrations of vari
ous styles of Hub-Mark
rubbers are appearing
in the street cgfC The.
cost no i nv iruin uny
oilier ifs clgtj rubber.
Hub-Mark rubber foot
wear is mad 1
for all pur
Tha Hub-Mark la Your Value Mar.
If your ittaltr censo! uiplg you, unit w
BOSTON RUBBER SHOE CO.,
Maiden. Mass. Est. 1853
W 2sW'jt& standard
F jr 'sL ,1rM U",M
LABOR MAN HIRED
Wildhalxrr Says That Murphy
Pointed Out Man He
Wanted "Done Up."
A mnfeesinn lv Krnesl Wildhaher
under arrest In Jeraey City, dlreciiy
I liargi s Pelei ! Murphy, s leader In
the rttrurtuml lion Workere' I'nlon
with hiring Ihree Bowery thiafs to gn tu
Jersey 'it anil disable lohn W. Ilurke
hiislnaaa ag.n' of I he Holatlng Kn
sinssra' Union. In attempting to carry
nut ths feWtraai laet Friday night, one
of lha three shot snd probsbly mortally
wounded Thomas onroy, a labor loader
who assayed to protect Burks.
Wlldbabtr was isptursd after the
booting Friday night. His companions,
Hlg flllm" snd "Kid Dynamite." who
did the shooting, escaped. Wttdhabe
haa since been held without ball as i
''apt Lee and two detectives gut at
Wlldliabsr laat night, rroa-queatloned
him until they hail riddled atortes he
mI previously told an 1 then prewalled
on him to tall the truth. The auli
atance of hla confeaslon is aa follow;
lis was In ths company of "Big
Hllm" and "Kid Dynamite" In s dive
in the Howery section when they were
approached by Murphy, who appeared
lo know "Kid Dynamite." Murphy
told them he wanted a certsln man In
Jersey City "done up" ao he would be
dlaablad for a long lima. The man, ac
cording to Wlldhaber. who was men
tioned by Murphy was John W. Ilurke
On Jan. an, Wlldhaber said. Murphy
mot tha three thugs In Jersey Otty and
guided them to Pailnade avenue and
Ksrry atreet, where Ilurke wis at work
on a building. Ilurke was pointed out
to thorn, snd they were inatruoted to
"do Mm up" that night. Their Instruc
tions were to gtve Burke a terrible beat
ing, but not to kill him.
trurke did not appesu- at tha place
where the thuga were waiting on tha
night of Thursday, Jan. so Thay want
lo Jersey City the next night and found
liurke m a aaiooii. In ths mean time
Ilurke had been "lipped off" that ha was
to he beaten up. and as aoou as ha saw
"Kid Dj-namlte" he made for him.
The thug waa galling the better of
Burks when Conroy mixed In and waa
ahot. Conroy la In Clirlai Hospital bov
erlng between life and death, wish the
chances about avan either way.
Capt. Lee took a copy of Wlldhaber'a
confession to Judge Carey In ths Court
of Oyer and . Terminer to-day. On the
strength -elf tile now development tha
ball of Murphy, who was arretted
Monday, waa raised from 0,600 to
lo.OtO. He Is In jail, having failed to gat
ball for tha original amount.
A oounlry-wlde search la balaaj proas
ruled for "Kid Dynamite" and "Big
Urn," both of whoa art wall known to
BIO TOBACCO WVDC.m
Kctrs IS Per Cant. In lha Saaoko of
Directors of the American Tobacco
Company to-day declared a quarterlp
dividend of S per cent, and an extra
The best kind of a
starts at the breakfast table.
Good Humor Follows
(if the meal right)
There's a new Hot Porridge which is making new friends nowa
days because it combines the things desirable in a good breakfast dish:
Warmth, delicious flavor, substantial nourishment and easy preparation.
is a skillful blend of wheat, corn and rice to be cooked and served hot
with cream and sugar like old-fashioned porridge.
A try tells why you'll like it for
At Grocers everywhere Packages 10c and 15c, except
in extreme West.
Poitum Cereal Co., Ltd., Pure Food Factories. Battle Creek. Mich.
Rtii 'h I ri iim r tr.;. d lv in ?i J ntm
rick on m - pr etnt, pr utitim
n In ! of - 13 i DtHI 'imrtr!.
A 'COfd ntr tn un offl MflOUfK t mrpt,
the '-Hi. i eflvldftlal ItprsMlfltf Pf 90994
of tm f cwtftln ifMurj McurltlM in
aenorrlmi' wltti the H jpriiie 'oort tflf
lolnt.un dlC nt
TM Aiiirl'ein Tobftcoo aflVldMldl
pnva-tlA Mm n 1 (o wlock of i MO I u
STEAMER STILL ON SANDS.
I aplnla Hope. I float the Nich
The .Irsmled atosnier N'l-holas
'mien, which drove ashoie at lolnt
Lookout. Long Heeoh, yesterday morn
ing In s blinding anowstorin. la still on
the aanda with two wrecking tuga
waiting for an Invitation tn pes linen
aboard. Ita fsr there Is no Indication
thst the owners deilre the aid of
wre. ker. believing they i'in lighten
tlio vessel enouiih to float her at high
Hlnce Jayllght. when a heavy hawser
was carried ashore In lifeboat with
one i nil made faat to the how and the
other to s pile driven In the sand,
portions of the cargo have been sent
down ths hawaer by menns of a atrap
and pulley. The bsarh Is covered with
bananas and cases or Jamaica rum, and
the natives, who make a living from
similar storm gifts nstrd on this mi
rlne grsveyard, are taking their toll.
As the steamer lighten. Capt. Knud
atn believes she will lift out of ths
aand, though Imbedded nearly eight
feat. At high tide lata this sfternonn
he will attempt to back hla vesaal out.
MOVEMENT IN CONGRESS
TO VOTE NO BATTLESHIPS.
Caucus of House Democrats to Be
Held to Vote on Question J
of Party's Policy.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 6. -With "No
Dallledliliia" aa thtlr alogan. members
of the House opppoecd to s Dig navy
have secured a sufficient number or sig
natures to a petition for a Demo
cratic onucut on the question oi now
many battleships ahall bs authorise 1
this year. Ths caucus will oe nera oe-
fore Friday, when the House .Naval Ar-
falrs Committee Is scheduled to vote
on ths new construction section of the
Naval Appropriation bill.
Hspreaentatcve Sherwood of Ohio
started the movement for the caucus.
Ha and other signers of the petition
hops to have tha caucus bind the ma
jority to vote against sny appropriation
lor bartieenipt on uie annum int econ
omy demands such a Hand by the Dem
ocrats. It has been generally thought
thst tha Naval Affairs Commutes would
report s provision for two batUashlps.
Hentlment among the Democrats la di
vided, hut only a small number can be
found to predict thst the caucus will
commit I tee to a "no battlsehlp" pro
gramma. Favors Phone Control BUI.
AliBANY, Feb. 0. eti-nalur Flttgerald'a
bill providing that telephone and tele
graph oomparitea In New York City thall
be under the Jurisdiction of the New
York City Pitblic narvic-a v ..msmapios.
waa reiiortcd favorawy to-day r -wis
Benate Judiciary Committee. At present
all telephone and telegraph companlet
are under the Jurisdiction of the up
tats Public BarVlct Comnrtiiton.
Stewart B. Whits Breaks Leg.
SANTA BARBARA, Cal , Fab. k
Stewart Rdemrd White, novelist, broke
bis lac sliding to the home plate In a
hall game with Winston Churchill and
other friends hers yestsrdsy.
College llnaers Whltssan.
SPRINOFIKIjD. Mass., Feb. .-aDls-
trlot-Aittomty Whitman In Nsw York
hat been choten Henry Ward Beechtr
lecturer at Amherst Collect for 111.
GOV. WILSON MAY KEEP
CABINET A SECRET
Point! Out To-Day That This
Was the Course Adopted by
( irover Cleveland.
TRKMTON. N. .1.. Feb. i". . President -elect
Wllenn see. no renson why he
should announce hi. Cabins! before he
la Inaug'irntril. nlthouKh he Indicated
to-day he would try to reach a dec!
.Ion o to selections before Hint time.
"I remember very well." mild the
novetnor, "that President I'leveland
did not annoume hla I'ablnet until af
ter he had hesii Inaugurated, and there
were speculations and guesse. until
the very day of the announcement."
The Onvtrnor aald he imped he would
not find It necessary lo folios that
Mr. Wilson .! urged to-dsy to ap
point as Hecretary of Agriculture, C. B.
Rnrrrtt of Union City. Qa . President or
the Nstlonal Farmers' I'nlon. in the
party that presented Mr. Bsrrett's
name were J. T. MriDanlel of Union
Cltv. la.: J. V. Doyle of iMounl Vernon.
III., I,. Thomas of Mayfleld, ICy., and
W. F. Tale of Camden. Ark
The President-elect to-day received a
letter from Representative Carter llas
or imlnla. Chairman or the House
i'.-i ' iiniittc on Banking and Cur
rency, In which iMr. Glass characterised
aa "abaolute rabrlratlona" puhllshed
stories that a guaranty fund or hank
deposits was contemplated in the hank
ing rnfnrma to he recommended by Bit
The Governor pointed out that critics
were taking it for granted that the
present Banking and Currency 'rmwnlt
M of (tie House would be the same that
would ba entrusted with this suhjevt
durliiK the administration. Thla might
not be the ease, he said. Wlion Itepre
aentatlve Gtsas conferred with him, he
added, the subject of guaranteeing tiank
deposits waa not discussed.
Gov. Wllaon was asked abo.it his nttl
tude towsrd the Illinois Penstortal con
"U I have anld." he replied. "Is that
the Democrats ought to return the pi I
mary choice, and In view of the primary
vote in Illinois. 1 felt they were entitled
to two Democratic Menalora."
Mr. Wllaon aald he had sent no mes
sage to any Individual In Illinois In thla
UNION LEAGUE RECEPTION.
(Ink Celeb revte ita Fiftieth Anal
..m r,.a,w Nlbt,
i av yvsr J .
fto. union lsaarue Club It to celt'
hrata the fiftieth anniversary of its
founding to-morrow evening with a re-
aantlan to ths Ave surviving founders,
Henry Bsdlow, Henry Clewt, Horace
W. Fuller and Salem T. Russell, as
wsll aa to Its surviving Past President..
Joseph H. Choate. Chauncey M. Uepew.
Horses Porter, Kllhii Root end George
Among those expected to be present
are Osorgs F. Baker. Dlatrlct-Attornty
Charlat 8. Whitman and J. Beaver
Page. President Samuel W. FalrchlM
will deliver an address. The grest
house at Fifth avenue and Thirty-ninth
i att est has been elaborately decorated
JAILED. BOASTS SHE
WILL SOON GET OUT. I
Sutfragglic l oader's Daughter Given
One Wefk sentence for Par
LONDON, Feb. :. -Hylvla Pnnkhnr.t.
one of the militant suff ragettn leaders,
was sentenced to two week.' Imprison
ment or a line of 110 by the Mnxla
ttste slttliiK at How Plrret Police
Court to-day for participating In the
raid on the House uf Commons, to
gether with nineteen other women un
der the leadership of "ilen." Mra. Flora
Iniimmond on Jan. N, On that occa
sion the women tried to force theli
wav Into Parliament to ubtaln an In
terview with David I.loy J-Oeorge,
Chancellor of lbs Kx. hequsr, and they
were arreted and charged with re
stating the pOllOS),
At Mi.. Pankhurtl was lasYtla
polhs court f
the ells to-day she
"I .hull not aerve this sentence
This la probably correct, aa the lead-
era of the militants have liecome tired
of Jail and their line, are now Invarl-
My pall within I few lours or their
TRIED FOUR WAYS TO DIE.
H.I He Foiled Willi Drag. Pow
dered ilia... Haanr and Pistol.
MdtANV. (la . Feh. S. Aftrr takln a
ding and iadeied Kia.a, ala.hlnit lua
wrist witli .i razor SIM shootitiK BMBtsif
below the heart in an attempt at aul-
Ide. OordJon -Flou-noy. aecretan -treas
urer of the A" i.inv coil. in Mills, .'.ill
llv. Sti renm firr ill. m l ia known
Tn Honor Capt. WcAelly.
Five hundred persons hearing the
name nf etc (or MCI aiiy trill journey
Philadelphia M Hiturdsy for a me
morial scrvlc. that will bt held In that
city for the late Cain. McXally, I'. S. A.
Though only a few of Ihot-e who will
he preaepi claim direct relationship
with the late soldier, sll sprang from
the .tune tree, which, originally planted
In the' ancient city of Armagh. Ireland,
anread In later years to the I -de jf
rsey. thence to Scotland. ier Capt.
Mi N'ally was bOfh, There will he a dli-
uiirae hv the Hev. Jams'' I . M.'.Vall
f Kdlnhurgh. cousi.i of Auguatln .Mc-
Nally of i Ills city.
If you bad noticed her a few days ago
with face broken out svitb pimples and
red spots, and could see her to-day with
fare clear and fair, you would know
how Poitatn acts, Utckly, surely and
easily driving away unsightly skin
All skin diseases, including eczema
acne, tetter, salt rheum, itrh, etc., are
quickly eradicated by I'oalam. Itching
is stepped at once. Common troubles
such as pimplra, red notes, rashes, etc.,
respond so readily that overnight treat
ment is often siillicient.
POSLAM SOAP, used daily for toilet
and bath, will keep the akin in healthy
condition, and improve its color and
texture. It offers the healing medica
tion of Poslam in a form particularly
beneficial for tender skin.
All druggists sell Poslntn (price SO
cents) and Poslam Soap (price i: rents).
For free samples, write to the Knur
gency Laboratories, !II West XAth Street,
New York Citv.
You simply pull it
back, if the wind
turns it inside out
A new one if tha wind breaks it
Cost 1.00 Upwards
ON BAL.K ICVBarWHBRB
Miller Bros. & Co.
362 Broadway, New York
ni-L V inter stock, including
Hlu 1atnt Lther Sbri
U for Men snd Women
flvfkAo REDUCED TO
Above 3Mb Street, N. V. flu.
fastest atootaaakere for Ml Vesre.
Once You Tiy It,
You'll Always Buy It
At once the most savory
and most economical sauce fc
obtainable. Per bottle. 1 J
At Your Grocer's
D0N7 SCOLD AN
If Tongue Is Coated, Stom
ach Sour, Breath Fev
erish, (live "Syrup of
Figs" to Clean the
YoBf i hi lil ian'l naturally cross, ir
rilalile anil pccvi.h. Mother! Kxatnine
Hie tongue, if coate! it means the hltle
one', stomach ia ili.onlcrcil. liver in
active and its thirty feet of bowala
i loi'jjeil with foul, ilccaying waste.
Kvrry molhcr rralirs after ptsag
dHlelotM "Syrup of Tig." that this i.
the ideal laxative and physic for chil
dren Nothing elar regulate, the litth
lino's lender atnmach. liver nnd howrl"
oellc( tnally. m aiilca Ihcy dearly loveit
delightful tig taatr.
For ennatipntrd linwcl., alnggi.h li vrr.
Iiiliouanr.s, nr sour, diaordrred stomach,
fevrri.hne.aa, diarrhoea, .ore throat, bad
brratb, or to break a cold, give one-hall
lo a traspiKinftil nf "Syrup of Figs," and
in a few hours all the clogged up waste
.our bilr, undigested food and consti
pated matter wiH gently move on aad
out of the system without griping or
name and you will surely have a well,
happy snd smiling child again shortly.
With Syrup nf Fig. you arc not drug
ging your children, llcing composed en
tirely 'of luscious figs, senna and aro
matic, it cannot be harmful.
Full directum, (or children of all age.
and for grown-ups plainly printed on
Ask your druggist for the full name.
"Syrup of Kiga and Klixir pf Senna."
preparedli.v the CfeWoM ia Fig Syrup Co
1'hia is the delirious leafing, genuine old
reliable. Krfnsr anything cl.e offered.
If you will
give your children
a MEISTER Piano it
will po a long way towards
their education, and it
won't cost you much, and
the cost will be distributed
over a period nf t hree years.
The piano sells for $175, and
is paid for at the rate of $1 a
week or $5 a month with no
interest on the payments.
The MEISTEK is really worth
from $75 to S325. It sells for
$172 because we sell it direct
to the consumer. There are no
dealers' profits to pay.
$1 a Week or $5 a Month
and Chap You No Iniaut on Ik Paymwtt
Othrn QtJa of Mtisttr Piano rem
88-NOTE PLAYER-PIANOS from tU5
TERMS: 12.00 I'sr Wee No Interest
WE PAY THE FREIGHT ANYWHERE.
.HL.N1 VOU UUtt FKLs) I'laJM BOOK
Rothschild & Company
NEW VOKH tt E A.NCH:
Clarendon Bldf ..S.E. Ctr. 1 8th St. It 4th Ae.
CoDieuientlT reached bj Subwar esd Mgatata.
Siaaus Street Cars.
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