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TBI ITI1TX1I0 WORLD, r EI DAT, MAT SO,
DECKED WITH BLUE
Sturdy Animals, After Winning
Prizes, Prance Up Fifth Ave
nue to Plaudits of Crowd.
TWO MULES IN SHOW.
Aged Animals Still in Harness
and Veteran Drivers Share
Interest of Big Crowds.
3. Bek and OMrft Waihtag.
tow Sack, formerly of Missouri, parad
ed fifth avenue to-day- Uka all coo
man er mult and thaaa
coulee they enjoyed belag
waved their aara rood
redly at th plaudlta of tka crowd
I Used tha thoroaglifar
by a duahj driver, tor-
Of Maraa. Oa., oak, wharo tha
naif drlvar com from, thay fur-
of .the faataraa af t I aar
BT worfchorra pared' of tha
Tork Woman' League for Aal-
asats. Thay waro tha only aiolei In
toe pared , and every man from aouth
It waa tha day of tha horaa In Fifth
gewaws Soring tha two boura and a'
half tha perad passed tha flag dsektd
rastowtog ataad at Mad toon sguer.
Hat tha Men aeheoied. ahow horaa
hot tha ola la, ovary day John J.
art of horaa, who believe la
fraa oat, fro hay and a fun aom bad
a day. Bosra tit of thaaa
Tt waa a had tUaa for automobiles,
whfJa tha horaa had thatr taalnga,
toe. Fir CommlaaloBar Jahaoon da
Sad aaalaa Fata and roda to oho aland
la an automobile. And ravin Fat
oaojoad tha tlroa af both roar wwaata of
to aanlodo Joel aa aha
AOSD NORM WIN A M.UI
Waldo alM had
trawbl. Ha arrtrad a aatnuU aftar
tha atoaatod poriramea had boon deco
rated wKh Mao. rod Mi yallow rib-
hakaa, and threatened to latarrapt tha
vetuUou of tho aowi
atop that maohlaa, ton that aula
took!" cried parade odhctola ad
atajaj wa foot'
tt todked for a iwnaanl aa t
wagon of John C. Sahmtolsr. a
has aaaBataotttror. at Ma aw)
fhnwa wra tXX
to para and
Ut CH sad
make your bom pura-cUan
CM removes dirt aad cat
grease batter than ordinary
cleanser. It is a powerful
disinfectant and a safe de
odorant. CM is equally effective on
woodwork, marble, i
liUac, ate. Make I
rtaldi Ano in v r li n . M
mlaatiair wara data ta ba oaaanaDad
aa oa toot to too a land.
allowed to yrmai
Tha horaa wara tka raatra af attrao
tlra all tha white. Oanjr saw waa thatr
aawaiarlty to daacor. It waa whoa tha
anjapt 'TwAy Kata," A rwwaty-oaa, iiByi ara taktog hatter oar of
wte Bttomia halt a nraah attontten thalr hoawa ton avar. Wa hava tha
m M wa tha in niH af tha waara para to ttojir th ta d aa."
JSTtZS tSi CUE WONDERFUL NtfiHT.
SSaMwhatokar 2m Ml wTni" SSSf UMmTJSk OkTC
tertteto atraat. Mr. apayar. ul'mn pan aawar yera apy at aat Ban
djnjjlf tharaaiMiMra OktH wrW aararara. Tea eaawa af.
tha Hal, aaant of whloh aha had
Sdwaiadat mm 'Vte'lUbai
-ft jm nradai. Mayor Oayaor had
hada imbi hi tha nrlaaRad atoad.
UaVtfc; Mc, $1
ffsH MsW4n Ca.
U i Tt ,
Heads of Some Prize Winning Horses
In Review To-Day Judges in the Stanp
bbbbbbHL fMd0Bk ' rVaial F 1 1
sraasl btttL Abbbbi TaKafll If
lllUKaark Cwrw'trajav 5f1
Ington whara tha paradr 1 K V aiflHrlt I
formed, and the premium I'LtZAflFi TSyVl 3 I
ware quickly awarded a tha 1 WT jjcTai sswaU. ' J I .Bbbs Wfcl
paaaad In review. Thrra wa avary- 1 1B BP'' r Irlsi I
thing in the shape of a horaa or pony ! ; 'v 1 ffif; ' sA' aSsaaVl 2m1 I
present, from aurh a baby aa Maid I BF T ' "' iaSBsTflM BiS '' ' 'wsaassawK BssYri I
Marion, four weeks old. twaoty-four 1 ? JftftaKwaVal KjaaiTr ' PLVAjThJ I
Inrton fquare, whara tha
formed, and the ribbon and pramlum
war qulchly awarded a, tha whhta
In rovtow. There waa avary-
thlad In tha ahapc of a horaa or pony
t, from aurh a baby aa Main
Marlon, four wwaha old, twonty-four
tnahaa hujrh and wahfhlnc but thirty
pound, to aueh patriarch aa "ioa,"
bayonalna to W. A. Franka, tkirty-
aan year old and In aarvlca twanty-
alght yaara. and Ed. ln eyar Mor-
an'a Jim." who. wniia ooaanna
thlrty-alx yaara In a. haa baan in
OM-tlme drlrara thara war, too. In
Una. Thoro waa Robert Moloy, for in-
aUuvce, who baa driven tor Todd m o.
for arty-two yaara. and Carman
man, who haa drivan for ncnwarMvjn
Rudkart for nearly thirty -Ola yaara.
Carman won l. too, for ho drora
pair of horaa which had bran In
ervlre twenty-two and fifteen yaara ra
apaotlvaly, whloh wara blua ribbon win-
Polio. Ftro and Street CUanlna De
part menu aharad la tha applaud of tho
crowd alone tha Una of march and be
fore tho rortowln atanda. Thar a
la tha heart of Raw Tork
people far tha atraat olaanara, and Pat
rick Conma MM Anthony Cordiallo,
drivan af aahoarU drawn by faultteaaly
praparad horaaa, war tha cantraa of
Tha Fir Dapaitmat wa not a
atronaly rapraaantad aa of yora, ano
to tha aim. lookod i Ht if
teotad. a U thy raallaad thalr rapidly
Ihlanhaf rank hawr tna awaw
to p. final and unromanuc auto an-
NO. 4T HAS HICf IVRO tlVIN
Not aa with tha fwMoo rnjaitiamt
oraaa. howovor. Thay oaparad nimbly,
white thatr rtdar roomro pramram.
ut Tn Ownantealanar Waldo had to
atop ulM to avoid thalr heal.
1nwaa Oaray. drlvar of a Dapartmom
at Park waon. waa tha hcaat ta
da, Thara hava boon only
aaraa worhRoraa paradaa to Www Tork.
and far tha aovonth ttota topt)M and
hla horaa, known only aa "Wo. m," ra
Mtvad a Ma ribbon. "Mo. F wa al
most Mddan to btoa ribbon aa raault
aha war Ml har trophtea.
It wa our aaoat luccaaaful parade."
daalarad Mr, payer attar It
It wa wondorful. Drlvar
Dtrtetea of the
Court haa lararato tha dacteten of Ju
tie Otarh denying the applloattea of
UouL Joseph O'Connor, formerly anting
captain at the Bedford it root station.
of maedarmi ralnatatlng
htm la tha depart moat aad ha returned
to duty to-day. He waa suspended Jan.
a. 111. oa charge that he had d-
waa disrate aftar trial by Comral
atoaer WaMo hHy tt, fallowing. Ueut
O'Connor opened aa all eight restaurant
In Weet Thlrty-eeventh treet. Manhat
tan, after hla dlamlsssl. hut tailed after
four month. At th time of hla dla-
mlM he waa third man on th Mat of
tho (llgthl for promotion to be cap-
FJDaWUBIIR th Main!
CABLE to lahomy I now open, but
ONE MORE SWAT for the tango
mltted at Varaar College.
JUDOK AOPINALL of Brooklyn la firmly eet agalnat the high coat of llm my.
WOMAN In Syracuaa died tram blood poisoning after a pineapple acratched
BATHROOM medicine cheat I a bad place for bichloride of nieruury tablet.
Bat It' curlou that th dlacuvary haa only Just bean made.
THOMAS F. RTAN. Just railed for Europe, will churn th deep with four
doara bottloa ot buttermilk, and there will be no mint bed to tempt hlro.
BUREAU of Animal industry in
tha crow out of roostsrs by a simple
NBWLTWBDS In Plttaburgh, returning from their ft editing tuur, wur
seortod from the depot to their horn by a dogn nura girl, each puililnk
baby carriage It waa a kttl aurprlra arranged by thoughtful friend.
ENGLISH militant suffragette I
tail or abut It outside,
FORMER REG18TRK Frd I.undy of Brooklyn has bran sued for IS.ouu
Utile Neck elama. Th vandora al foitb that It la too 1st to replevin -h
INTKREHT1NO SIDULIOHT . on
Cslteaoog wa that the horse they
I Haw. ,, h vi 'aklwi ass .BaajBBajflwawawanswaT'wa i
Baa- I I i 1 ,,t was i i
TEARS BURNING FUSE
FROM BOMB JUST AS
IT REACHES DYNAMITE
Policeman Risks Life to Save
Sixteen Families Escort and
Girl Givesthe Alarm.
Aa Frank Taindn and Vtotet Parry,
who had rotor) from a raraptton to
wahar, war partlac early to-day on
th totr at Mo. 7M Eighth avaowa ho
t th girl want up to har homo on
th third floor aomothlag (puttered la
tha darknwa at th roar ot tha ground
hallway. A tiny light dickered aad
Tha tri eramed asd ruahed for tha
or. laindaaa. wha Hv at Mo. K
Want Twenty-fifth atraat, tor aftar a Or
to tha atraat. fhaa- know th aputtarlng
cam from tho fu of a bomb and ran
to Pelloeman Moonay, ospoctlng to
tho hou go up before they reached
Moonay ran hank. Tha bomb waa still
pxittsrtna) Moonay atartad to atamp
tha rue out, hot aaw It had burned ao
to Its and ha waa afraid ba might
hi Mm and even oauaa tho thing
to explode beneath hla feat. He grabbed
tha fura la his hand and tor It out,
badly burning hi Angara.
Inspector of tho Bureau at
Oombuitibl found the bomb contained
three on pound atlok of dynamite.
EIGHT NAILED UP IN HOUSE,
THEN BURNED TO DEATH.
Russian Jews Victims of Band of
Men Who Make House a Trap
Before Applying Torch.
ST. PETERSBURG, May M.-Elrht
Rumlan Jw ware burned to death to
day In tha village of Poninoff, near
RMIaa. Russian Poland. A hand of men
whose Identity haa not baen ascertained,
after nailing up the door and window
of th house In which their victim re
sided, sat fire to the. building and dis
appeared. Their motive la believed to
hava been vengeance.
Mr. H. L. Wllaaa Coming Hosae.
VKRA r'RUZ. Mexico, May iV-Mn.
Henry Lane Wilson, wife of the Amer
ican Ambaaaador, was a paaenger on
tha Meaner Monterey, whloh railed
for New York yatarday.
who want tu cable to Uahonicy?
Only old fashioned dance are now per-
Washington la tasting a method to taks
a woman who won't open her inoulh In
tho parad of C'ourcdrul veterans in
tod war lnt by U. a Cavalry offlger.
1 II JOKdl B ill
I I aj (fljalll ll 1 1
HAVERFORD OFF ROCKS
NOW AT QUEENSTOWN;
Sixty on Cabin List Continue
Voyage to New York on
CoprrtTV. 1(13. by The Pnw PuMtafcbaj o.
me New Tork World),
(dpaatal Oebla Deapaiah ta The Eireatae World)
QUEBNBTOWN. May -The A marl
can Una ateamer Haverford, having
been released from the ahoal In Rocky
Bay, near QueenMown. on wMch ehe
truck yesterday, waa towed to this port
to-day and I now anchored la th
When oho waa brought Into port to
day ah waa down by the bowa with
twenty-one feat of water In her fore-
hold and a considerable quantity In No.
t hold. She 1 to 'be patched up
ooon as workmen and material can
raaoh her and will then be taken to
Liverpool for thorough repair.
fJIxty saloon pasaengars of the Hav
erford left on the liner Baltic thla
morning for New Tork.
-nte reaouaa passengers, nrarry a
thoueand In number, gathered to-day
at varloua point of vantage along the
chore In prder to get a oloa view of
tha damaged leamer from which they
had been aaved.
All th bacaag belonging to the caMn
passangsrs of tha Haverford was landed
before they proceeded to New York on
board th Baltic
WILSON KEEPS THE HOLIDAY
Preeldent With Hla Family G
a Ant Trip.
WASHINGTON. May 30 -The regular
Cablnot meeting at the White Houte
waa called off to-day bcuauee of the
holiday, aud President Wilson took a'
motor trip Into Virginia. Many of the
Cabinet officer left town. Secretary
Bryan accepted an Invitation to attend
the memorial exercises at Arlington
President Wllauii waa accompanied on
hla auto iid by Mm. WlUoti, Miss Mar
garet WIIhoii and his twu cousins, Mis
Helen WAodiow Uones snd Fltswllliain
otlah Home Hale Bill t p.
LONlHJN, May The Scottish
Home Huh Ufl pasaid lis second read
ing in th House of 'ummonx to-day
and waa then referred lo committee. It
follow aoineahat the line of the liiah
llrane Rule bill, and was Introduced ty
William Henry Cowan, the member
from East Aberdeenshire.
is as afll
piexionnfaenmiaha. the sulphur
Contains 30 Pure Sulphur.
NbT to wsaaar Sss, ttsst sr arsla.Sto
Will Keep It Closed Until the
Board of Health Takes
Or. PVans Frlederlch Frlrdmann told
an Evening World reporter lo-ilay h
had given ordera that the doora of his
Tubarculoel Inatltute at Weal find ave
nue and One Hundred and Third atreet
hould 1 closed to all patient to-day
and remain cloned until the Doard of
Health- ahould ba aallaflcil that tha
Fr led rn ann trentment MM beneficial to
sufferers from the while plague.
Home of hi advisers thought he might
continue to study cbc and make dlag-
n-jaea (provided no jnjecttona were made)
without vl'ilatln the term of th reso
lution against him adopted yeaterday
by (he Board of Hrmlth.
I hMl do nothing of the aoru"
aakl Dr. Frtedmann. "I ha1l comply
with th latter and th e.drlt of that
resolution in full confMuce that I can
convince the members of the board
that there la not only no harm In my
cultures, but that there Is a cure In
them for any except advanced caaea
of tuberouloaia. I ahall meet cheer
fully every teat they require of me"
lie haa learned that there are re-
atrlctlona here Just about as a trie t aa
thoaa In Germany and ba said that ho
understands thatahla Ignorance and un-
ntentlooal deHance of them ha hurt
"But there la a remarkable differ
ence." be said, "between the atmos
phere I meet her and that In Provi
dence, from winch city I returned last
nlajtit. There everybody I helpful and
cordial. I have more work there than
can do and everybody I trying to
help me prove the usefulness of my
cultures. Look at thla."
The physician showed a gold-lined.
heavy silver cigarette case engraved
with his monogram and an Inscription
showing that it waa the gift of his
patients at the Rhode Island state
Hospital at Walla Lake.
Regarding the action of The World
In retaining Dr. Prlederlch Kraus,
Prof. Oeorge Joachlmathal and Dr. Al
fred Wolff-Eisner to Investigate and
report upon the condition of all the
patients treated by Dr. Frtedmann In
Germany Before he came to thla coun
try affording evidence after a fair
lapse of time to make a really valuable
estimate of hla cultures Dr. Fried-
mann made thla statement In writing:
-not oniy tame payatelaaa, aerl
an naprajadlo phyaeetaaa, win
realise the remit af the toratotaat
TOUGH LUCK! HARRY'S BACK
IN JAIL AGAIN; OUT 18 HOURS.
Pipe-Cuttr Squeaks Cutting Win
dow Bars in Burglary and
He's Nabbed Again.
Kny Diamond, alias Cohan, whoso
home outside of prison walla la at N'o.
UN orchard street, waa released from
Blackwell's Island penitentiary at 10
o'clock yesterday morning, after eerving
alx months for attempted burglary. At
I o cock thla morning Diamond and Ida
two friend. PhH Kopf of No. 123 Bur
fo'k strest, and Maurice Halsman of No.
Attorney street, were caught trying to
Drea into tne millinery atora of Mil
Molly Miller at No. lit Broome atreet
stay dc may woman-1 have ooen
caught If they had oiled the pipe
cuttur they were using on the bars
euros a rear window of the millinery
store: as it was, the tool squeaked ml
the noise awoke Jacob Roaon, th jani
tor. He altpped out into the street and
tli t. round Detootlve Storer and Po-
llcciuar. Shoemaker, who swooped down
upon them before they could escape.
"I get no luck at all," Diamond
moaned when he had been taken M the
Clinton atreet station. "First Urns, one
of my partners drop a wrench and
maket, a not, and wa ara pinched; now
It Is a squeaky pipe-cutter which gat
uk into trouble again. A hard Ufa,
gABTORIA ia a
Morphin nor other Harootio
Colic It raltovra Tratbinf. Trouble, cure Cooatlpation and FUtulKry. U
r-11stTT th Food, mmmm tho Stotaach- and Bow!, fiviag hrahhy and
navtursJ sleep. Th childryn Panora--Tb Mother s Frtond.
Th Kind Yoa Hava Alwaya, Bought, aad whloh haa bran In ws for ovr
80 yrars, ba born th elgoAtur of Chra. H. Fltchr. and ha been mad under
his personal tupea-rialon sinoa It Infancy. Allow no oo to daoeiv yoa in this.
Ait Counterfeits, IndtatloBSl aad "Juataeaaod" or but Experiment that
trtri with and apis tiger to Malta or
Childran feprtno Bgirnt Egperlment.
(raaalB CasUrU always boors tka abrmatar af
srr a n
Inquiry Will Be Made Into
Lead lag mamhers of tha Bar Aeracia
Hon are considering plan for bringing
before that body tor action the charges
made against Supreme Court Juatlca
Denial F. Cohalan by John A. Connolly.
Undoubtedly the Bar Aanoclatlon will
take up the matter with'u a fw day.
The acts Mtdplalnal of 1y Connolly
were committed liefor Justice Cohalan
was elevated to the bench. In them
selves they are not Illegal. But the
question of ethics is Involved and H la
thla question that appeals to the Bsr
Association, which Is, apparently, the
proper body to Inatltute an Investiga
tion. Connolly'a charge fiat he pal J Jdi
tl?c Cohalan tLMO aa conim'.aatona on
work done for the city by the Victor
Heating Company and that Cohalan
paid the money brick on orders from
Charles F.vMurphy and afterward ex
acted note from Connolly for HH a
the price of a promlaej pilith-al Jo.
have been answered only In n genera!
way by the accused .turiv. JuatUe Co
halan haa arranged to eall tor lrelsnd
to spend th summer, 1n a few days, and
lawyer and Judges axe witlitng Im
patiently for him to aet about vlnd'..-!it-Ing
"HUMAN CHAIN" RESCUES
MAN DROWNING IN RIVER.
Picnickers Hang by Heels and Drag
Out Man Who Fell in
John Frlok, who lives on areenpolnt
avenue, areenpolnt, came near being
drowned to-day because his disappoint
ment at being barred from a picnic barge
at the foot of Noble street, Brooklyn,
overcame hla discretion. It waa only by
the quick action of several plcknlckara
aboard the 'barge that he was pulled
from the river In a half conscious con-
When the crowd began lo arrive at
the foot of Noble street, where the barge
waa anchored, It was found more people i
wished to go on the tilp than tile boat
could accommodate. When the gang
way was drawn up several hundred dia- I
appointed folk ware left on the dock.
Several men and some women tried I
Jumping from the wharf to the barge
Frlck followed enit, hut hla Jump m
too high and he struck hie head against
the top of the gangway, falling back
Into the river. Three men quickly low
ered a fourth by tha ankles down to the
water's edge and he, selling the ankles
of the picnicker, who wa partially
stunned by the blow, called to those
above to pull up. Frlck wa brought,
dripping, to the deck and went on tUe
STORM BRINGS DEATH '
TO FRENCH AVIATOR.
Capsizes Monoplane of Lieut.
Kreyder of French Army While
He Watches Artillery Practice.
BOUROKfl. France, May SO. Ltu-.
Jean Ferdinand Kreyder, a French
army aviator belonging to the Fifty
fourth Regiment of Artillery, wa
killed to-day by a tall from hi mono
plane, which turned turtle in a sudden
torm while be waa observing the
effects ot the artillery practice of hl
Priest Dlee oa) Llaer Adriatic.
QL'EBNSTOWN, Ireland. May 10.
Tho Rev. Denis O'Sulllvan of Ba van
nab. Oa., died of heart failure on board
tha Adriatic on May M on the voyage
from New York to Queanatown. He Is
to be burled at Cahlrclveen, Kerry.
ubaUtuto (or Osator Oil, Paragorto, Drops
Bubataaoa. Its aga ia its gtsaraatoa, tt
allaja FOverlabueaa. It oursa JJtorrhcoa ana wnsa
infants ana jm
EARL V WILSON'S
u.50 to no.w
PITCHED OUT OF AUTO;
IN HIS FLIGHT RtPS HAT
OFF GIRL IN CAR AHEAD
Two in Big Car, Returning
From Coney, Come to
Grief in Collision.
Two prosperous looking men who had
aparently been having a good time at
Coney Island were driving a big svn-
passenger touring car, No. 1MB, N. J.,
along th Boulevard about 1 o'clock this
morning, when at tha bridge over the
Crook they crashed Into th rear of the
auto of Alexander Uehllnger of No. 31
Halssy atreet. Brooklyn, who Mad Ink
ing home a party of young people.
As the tourliiff car turned turtle on
of the men In It ftai pitched clean over
the heads of the peraona in the other
machine, knocking off the hat of a
woman and caualng her to faint. The
other was pinned under his car, the
front of which was wrecked.
With th help si I wo of hi party,
Frederick II. IJlak and Samuel Brl
low. both of I'nlon Couree. I.. Mr.
Cehllnger raised the overturned rar and
released the man caught under the
steering wheel. Three of hi own friends
hud been thrown into th roadway but
1 not huii byoni scratcliee.
Mr, Uehllnger, the hack of tvitos
' auto was badly damaged, drove the tw.
man to Conay I viand Hospital together
with Miss Minnie Lowenthal of No.
2tl Central avenue, Brooklyn, who had
, been riding with him uud waa aufter
' ing from ahuck.
' One of the men at first SBld U wa
MJeorge Kcster of 1'orfMdal. N. J., but
I afterward gve )ii name s George
H. Fa -riii, mechanical engineer, of Ar- I
. Mngton. N. J. Tha other aid 'ie wmj j
'John (Jloliesay, merchant, of Kramey
avenue, Arlington, and owner
touring oar. Both wore arrested
With William H. Bll i its c'.iairiu.in.
the New Yor; Centre lias been formed
by the Drama l,eaxu to circulate ciltl
clsm of ploys. Mia Laura V. Day, sec
retary of UU League of Political Kduea-tuyr-
Ueora bo'ian ha" lM.n I n.zageil by
John Curt to lead an all-ntai VBaJsaffls
tour beginning in ttepli mbev.
t Lady Owaatono RJohardran, who is
to dance at Hamnierxtrin e, tialls tram
A Chlnee wlshlrg tree Is to b? fea
ture on the Muillsou Square Root
8vrl prominent men are t speak al
the Memorldl Library matinee of "lo
lanthe" al Dm C..u ThttTtday,
Louis Claumont, head nf the luum.int
I motion picture Bra of I'ui la, ia to be
the Lyric Sunday st u special vleiv of
the t'upt. Scott Aataretis pletrea.
Tom Lewis, former atur of "Th Ltt-
At last I have some underwear that
Wallace really likes. Helen told me about
PEERLESS UNION SUITS and I bout
a half dozen for him.
They fit perfectly no sag or bagginesr
anywhere. All the newest features and
It is a pleasure to go out with Wallace
on a hot night. He never complains about
the heat, lie used to be a grouch.
Hare Lawrence get some PEERLESS
UNION SUITS or get some lor him.
All le. all aleev aad lea iriurths. Mad in three
weights aad all atrle fabriea. Bteaia tbruek le all.
MICE tl.M tt SS.W
On aale at Waaamjker's. B. AJtaw
m . i . A in.. Ism,, A. Heap
a.V. ia slora I . John toniilhe.
Adsras. nuggaa. L. .TraTG.
Free . Coupon
Two Splendid Photogravure Re
productions of Famous Paintings
from the Great Art Galleries
Mounted on Art Paper and suit
able for framing.
Be sure to order
in advance from your
tl Millionaire." will return to th '
' face aaaln for the White Rata 'Wx
er" at the Forty-feurtr Street Bungay
, night. ;
With Thomas A. Wise and Alice Oal
in th leads, Edward Locke "The Oli
ver Wedding," will be produced at tha
Longacra Anguat 1L
The New shylook." a play oa aa
American theme by Herman fjebeffauar.
California poet, Is to be produced la
gl Frees Mrs. Vowdkld.
Th Bvsnlng World acknowledge th
receipt of tl from Mrs. J. NeoAeld
for Mr. Badla Sigma f M.
Flushing avenue, Brooklyn, who pltt
ahla condition waa MM of la Wedaee
OF MIDDLE AGE
Mn. HUbcrt Telb of tier Dis
tressing Symptoms During
Change of Life and How
She Found Relief.
Wattwoad Ps -"Durinp Hie t hange
of Life I us hardly ahlc to be around
at all Ialwavhd
heailath'1 nnd 1 1
was o limy and ner
nsR Hint I had no
rest at night. The
ijjflaslies of heat were
tlial I did not know
what lo do.
"Oik- day a friend
advised uir- lo lake
l.ydia K. i'inkham't
v seat Bold i'ob-
pound and it msde nic si rung, well
wninnu. 1 am very IfeaaWwl that I fol
j lowed my friend's cdvice mid I shall
recommend it Bt ImiK a I live. Wefore-
I tdc.k the Comnouiid I was always
j sickly, and now 1 have not had medtrisje
1 fnun a dnrtor for years. YaM may pilb
llish my Irllcr." Mr. Kdwtird B. Uil
i iH-rt, Hret vumd. Pu.
Such warning symptoms a aen.ie of
stiff oeatioii.hot flashes, hfailarlirs, back-
urhes. dread of imprnditiR evil, fluidity.
' tounds ill the ears, palpitation of the
I heart, snerk before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weakneM snd inquietude, and dissineaa,
arc iri'npllv heedrd by inteUigef.l
woim n 1m t.re approaching lb prrit u
in life whta wotaaa ii'' t taaag taay
l.vdia I). Piakham's "Vjietabia Cap,
noupd in . ..in v i.tid si i en '.' t li.'iis li e
frin. I orgahlsm and MsiUl '..I lias wcai -ened
nrruii s.vli"ii. It lUUJ earrie I
maai aowtn siely Ihmtirh ''d ri..
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