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TICK EVEKIKO WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1915
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DRIVI! IN FORTNIGHT.
Teutons Plan lo Crush Serbia
First 200,000 Italians to
rAJHH, Oct :. It U rsporud from
Athens tbal Unitarian Uej (rem
flofla ara moving In llii dlraatlon t
tha fUrtriati frontier ami that ether
forces are being- despatched toward
tb Urtck border. It la Ualleved the
principal jolut of conrantratlon will
b along the Ufr Htruuma Itlver,
aouthaast or Hofu, near tha rw-rblan
MILAN, Italy. Oct : la I'arls).
Mulft-nrla In mublllilnc all men up to
tiia uifo of nfty.olg-hl tr, arrnril'
Ins to Urn Currlere Iillu Heru'a Mu
cbaresl corrrapondent. No cltlxen
under forty-five, U permitted tu leuva
tb country ami nmrllal law has Ix-rn
proclaimed. I'ro.Oerman manifesto,
tlona ar reorted lu Hultrarun olllei
uIoiik the Da mi he.
Utilitarian artillery, thn corrsoiid.
ent aiuterla, l Ixilnv massed aloiitf tlia
frontier of Dobrudja, a part of Uou
mania bounded by th Mack Kva and
tb Danube, winch wu tukeu from
lluljrarla In U"s and Divert to Itou
manln. TIiIh acctlou has a coaiuu
tSM.MKVA. Oct. 2. Italy la uri'tiai-
Iiir to tend SOO.OOo troops to tlio Hal-1
kunn to tlio a nl of Serbia when the
expected Austro.lleniiuu-UulKitr of !
final vo begins, acourdim; to Honiu ad
rrcncli und HiibIIhIi artillerymen
are arriving ut HelKiude. utmost daily
LONDON, Oct. J. Itliln a fort
night liulRurla will Join Uiu AuhUo
Ucrman.i In u combined attempt to
cut it path through tho Balkan to
Constantinople, according to Infoiiiiii
tion reaching lieru to-day from re
Tho central empires plan to cruih
'baiblu by aciucczliiK her between
tbrco lioitllu armies. Xbo Auslro
UcrmanB will attack on her western
and northern frontiers. Simulta
neously tho Uulcarluna ale expected
to atrlko at tho Heron fiom tho east.
Aniflo-Freneh aviators with the
Serbian army havo dlsclusod tho Aua-tro-Gorinan
plans of campaign, ac
cording to Nlsh despatches to-day. It
provides for simultaneous nttacka on
two fronts. Uerman troops ura m
ported heavily mussed botweun thn
Havo and the Drlna, to Invade Eastern
Serbia. Tho largest forco Is concen
trated In tho Hungarian D.atrlct of
Hanat for nu invasion through North
east Serbia to open the way to Tur
key. The action of the Greok Parliament
In votlnn war bills convinces the
allies that a recce will enter tint wnr
when Hulh'nrla attacks, Itoumnnla's
attitude Is still In doubt, though pros
despatched from uucnarest continue
to report active military preparations.
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If You Want a Domcntlc Helpmate Who'll Like Lots
of Kiddie, Choose an
Want a Ilnninenti
Viragint, and If Neither of These Sulla
You Maybe You'd Like a "Play
thing," Says Dr. Morris.
llu Marguerite Rimers Mamhall.
It you drtirr n iomralo iclr und a large famUu of chitJrcn, ifon'f
marry n "doulilf rote." a wormit icho hat flaiternl tntvllcctutillv and rjrflsll
catty until ii hut rrmlinl the limit impoan by nnfurc anil fs ntiirly or
r;uffc mmolf to rcprotturr hrrtetf.
That Is tho warning of Dr. Robert T. Morris, a well
known N'ow York physician nml thn nutlior of two most
Inlerrstlnf? voIuiuch In tho To-.Morrow' Toplcn Serlen
Microbes nnd Men" und "A HtirKeon'H Philosophy." It
was because I knew that In these books Dr. Morrln has
taken Cupid llrnily Into the laboratory und pinned him
under tho microscope, tins attempted, in short, to estab
lish the true biologic basis of love, that f went to him
with the fulmlnattous of one Dr. Wltlard It. K. John
Hton of Chicago.
"Tho llnest wlvin and mothers havo baby eyes, pink-
Mi5-Pirri.MiMMj. tsh teeth and down
The call of motherhood In deep within
and children their Uvea are only half
'Hut tho typo Is disappearing asv
thn race becomes more hwniy u
eloped. Wo nro Retting intciiecuini
women at tho tvxpense or iiiunicm,
which Is tho reason for tho over In
creasing rncu suicide, Wc urc getting
a fair woman with small nnd gllsten
Inir oyes, litrKe. sriuare whlto teotn
and u skin perfectly clear of hair, a
yp untitled to urnrltiK cniiunm.
Younc men will do well to notice tne
sIkiih which I havn Indicated."
NOT COMPELLED TO MARRY A
"RABBIT FACED" WOMAN.
When I showed him thoso matri
monial pointers Dr. Morris smiled
bcnlbruly und lullmutcd that his Chi
cago colleague mlKIil liavo ucuu
thlnklni; or a particular woman wncn
ho described the upinaranco of tho
Ideal wlfo and mother. If you feul
that your duty to tocicty demands a
numerous progeny you uru neverthe
less not compelled to marry a rabbit-
faced wlfo. "I do not believe It Is
possible to tell by hor face whether
woman is wining unu nolo to
mother a large family," he said.
"Nevertheless it Is true that In
tha Intellectual, hlahly cultured
woman of to-day tha breeding In
stinct is lessened or lost. Of tan
this type of woman doea not
marry at all. If she doea marry
ah either remains childless or
contents herself with on child.
She ia what I call th double roa
of civilization, for she la developed
to a point wher Nature givea or
ders to bacteria to head her off.
Wa must fac squarely thla fact
that the logical end of culture al
ways has bean and always will
be extinction of any on nation,
making way for another nation to
"Then you don't bUine thn modern
woman for tho decrease In the num
ber of hor children?" I asked,
"Not at all." declared Dr. Morris.
"She can't help herself. Tho s.imo
law holds true with animals and
plants an with human being. As a
result of culture, tho white Leghorn
hon rises to great heights of genius In
egg-laylng, but how many chickens
will alio hatch If the matter Is left
to her own choice? Not onol Hhe.
then, Is worthless as an example of
high development, so far as progeny
is concerned. It l.t dllllcult to breed
from tho finest strains of horses.
Flowers of some speclos of plants loso
their hrcedlnfr ability altogether when
"Another result of our highly do
veloped outturn Is that women aro
becoming more line men, men moro
like women. This metamorphosis
militates against marriage and the
urge to breed. It Is already well
known that N'aturo tries to maintain
a sort of balanco ny attracting op
posltcs, In order to avoid too rapid
Intensification of characteristics of
one kind. Thorn is a natural ten
dency ror tan men to imp snort wom
en and for big woman to fall In lovo
with small men, all lu response, to
this plan of nature.
"nut It Is an obvious fact that at
the Drescnt stago of our cultural
period, In Rfvcral civilised uuuninH,
the sexes aro following a declining
trond, approaching each other In typo.
There Is a mental and physical level
ling process. And when tho sexes In
any on nation approach each other
lh type. It seems to mean that Nature
Is about through with playing the
game of mutation and evolution with
people of that nitlon. A mean type
having been established and tried nut,
Nature then throws It away and takes
up another lot."
Hut Dr. Morris Isn't sanding up any
I Macedonian cry of "Hack to the
nomn!" un mo contrary no ieueves
In taking Old Lady Nature at her word
nnd conforming tho laws of society
to 11. since certain women are ap-
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covered facta, said Dr. JohiiBton.
those women, and without husband
proachlng men lu type, give them
men's Jobs, in politics and business,
says the doctor.
"As a matter of fact they arn call
able of taking practically all of such
places," ho added. "I refer, of course,
to women who have approached thn
masculine typo and who aro not of
tho mother typo. In olden times
feudal barons conducted social evo
lution. Now It Is to bo feudal bar
rennesses who nro to conduct soclul
evolution for a whllo, I localise of the
proportion of women with aim child,
or with no children at all, among the
militant feminist leaders, I assume
that the twentieth century Is to bo
notable for 'Tho War of tha Feudal
"Thar aro three types of
woman in the world to-day.
There is the exemplar feminine
woman, whoae trueat and deepest
heartfelt wiah It for a home of
her own. 3he may be called the
sturdily reproductive sinnlo rosa.
And there ia the divagate femin
ist, who ia to be divided Into two
varieties, th viragint and th
"Th viragint who corresponds,
among women, to the effeminate
among men approachea tha
maeculino in physical character
istics and a tendency to hinh de
velopment of the Intellect. Theae
women may engage in extremely
useful activities; In fact they are
likely to be more active, perhaps,
than are man in the leaser civio
utilities. Very brilliant and clear
minds ar found among these
women In buainess and In the
professions. They do not under
stand very well what is meant
when the subject of motherhood
is under discussion, as It is not
within the range of their inatlno
"If an exemplar feminine woman
wishes to marry she need do 1 It t lo
moro than allow tho fact to be known
that she desires lo liavo six children.
If a divagate feminist woman Is de
voted to thoughts of great public na
tivity, and of children only Incident
ally, she la not ut all sum of marry
Ing. and Is moro likely to bo obliged
to take up some occupation that will
glvo her Independence, niin strives
keenly for positions In competition
with men nnd will bo likely to wear
costumes wlileh approximate t in at
tiro of men for Inntanre, severely
plain tweed skirt, lilouso and tlo.
sensible boots, nnd a felt or straw
hat of the typo worn by men."
"And what about the plaything?'
"She will affect tho slit skirt and
alluring adjuncts, her gowns artisti
cally accentuating what they are sun
posed to conceal. Her choice will be
for soft, clinging or transparent fab-
rleo. which loavo no good curve no
glected. Khe usually marries anil Is
inrlined to look on her husband as
bore, but one of tho necessary things
to tie endured If possible. Ho long as
the husband Is atlentlvo she may be
rather good to him In exchange for
considerations various anil sundry:
but should ho carclesalv devote ton
much thought to his business affnlrs,
trouble begins promptly.
"Tho plaything knows how to
attract, and is not so scrupulous
in demeanor whan attracting as
the mother type of woman would
be. The instlnot of motherhood
in tha plaything la often loat en
tirely, and ah rarely ha mora
than on or two children. 8ho ia
a double rose who wonts to be al
ways at the flower show,"
So now you know. If you want n
materfamllla.s, pick an exemplar fem
inine, If you want a competent sec
retary, choose a viragint. If you aro
looking for n siren, go where the play-
Woman, Pick a Ul jKMi Z Kr
SLAIN AT DISK
London Is Told That Position
of Czar's Troops Is Defi
LONDON, Oct. :. "The position of
t!fb Russians from Dvlnsk to tho
southern borders of I'ollesslc, above
l'lnsk, after their successful movo
westw.trd from tho line Molodetchno.
i-oioizk, is now uennltely secure,"
I the I'etrograd correspondent of tin1
(Dally News wires. "Hy pushing from
jdlubokoo to Koslany the Russians
compelled the UermaiiH to make a
dlsordeily retreat southward to liko
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of the Germans being able to threat
en tho Vllelku-Pulol.y railway and
tho Russian advance from north along
the left bank of tho Dvlnn compels
tho Hermans to readjust their forces
operating southward of Dxlnsk.
Throo weeks' opeiatlons against
Dvlnsk brought thn (ienimus noth
ing. It Is reported from Dvlnsk thev
Inst :0,00u men killed during tlio last
011,1100 Itiiaalima Cap In red In .Month,
HIJRL1N. Oct. 11,-An olllrlal com
munication Issued last night says;
'Army group of Field .Marshal von
Hlndenburg West of Dvlnsk, neur
Grendscn, (mother position of the
enemy whs stormed.
'During tho battles east of Miadzllol
and on tho front between Smorgon
and Vishueff ltuxsluu attacks broke
down with heavy losses. Field Mar
shal von lllndenburg's army group
took 1,31X1 prlsimets jestorday,
"Army gruitn or 1'r nco I.onolJ
Tho enemy repeated his fruitless at
tacks. All his advances were repulsed
and six otllcers, 131 men and six ma
chine guns fell into our hands.
'The number of prisoners taken by
German troops In the east during
September and the amount of booty
captured are 421 officera, 05,464 men,
37 cannon, 298 machine guns and one
TURKS MAKE DENIALS
OF BRITISH VICTORIES
IN MESOPOTAMIA FIGHT.
t'ON.MTA.vri.VOl'I.i:, Oct. 2 (,.i
Loudon). Announcement was intuit-1
by thn War Ollleo to-day th.it the
Hrltish forces In Mesopotamia werol
repulsed In the recent llgntlng. The
"On Sept. :'7 Ihu Hrltish lesumed
the offensive. Tho batiln was ver
violent and lasted until evening, bin
the attack dually fallwl, notwith
standing the fact that thn Hrltlsli
forces wero four times stronger than
"On the Irak front our advanced
detachments un .Sept. :h surprised ,t
hostile force which landed on tho
hank of the Tigris ninth of Koma,
under the protection of gunboats. Ve
liitllcted heavy losses on them."
Announcement was made In tho
House of Com mono on Wednesday
that the Hrltish had defeated the
Turks, who were said to bo In full
retreat toward Haxdad,
NOTE ON THE ARABIC
Negotiable Uasls for Scltlciiiciii
Presented by von IkrnstorlT
Count Von HernstorlT, the Uerman
Ambassador, delivered tn Hecretary
Lansing to-day at tho lintel lllltinorn
a note from tho Uerman Government
coucernlng tho Arublc case, which. It
Is understood, affords a negotiable
basis for the settlement of tho ques
Tho Ambassador was closeted with
Kecrotnry Iansliig for only R few
minutes, The Hccretory and tho Am
bassador decided that nothing con
corning tho nolo would bo announced
for tho present.
It was learned, however, that the
nolo fiirnlshes.il basis for further ne
gotiations, and from this It was In
ferred that, while admitting tho prin
ciple that merchantmen would not bo
torpedoed without warning, (Jormuny
was anxious to submit to arbitration
the question of fact as to whether or
not tho Arabic was engaged In a bos
tile net at tho time she was torpedoed,
and how much Indemnity must bo
paid as a consequence If the verdict
Is against the Herman commander.
After Ills meeting with the Merman
envoy the Secretary of Htate received
Imiih Cabrera, Minister of Finance
for the (.'arranr-i Government, and
Roberto lVsqulora, anollier prominent
advisor of Gen. Parranz.!.
Mr. Ionising listened to what they
dosirrd to cummunlcato ('oncoming
Uio progress of the Oarranza move
ment and Its claims for recognition.
Next week Mr. Lansing will receive
delegates from tho Villa enusu und
other Independent groups.
NAILS DRIVEN IN
STATUE ON BIRTHDAY
OF VON H1NDENBURG
HF.ItLIN thy wlieless telegraphy
to Titckeiton. N. J.). Oil 2. Field
Marshal von lllndenbtirg'h sixty
eighth birthday wis relehiated here
to-day in a notable wav. A feature of
tho celebration was the dilvlnir of nails
by 1,0(10 ehlldnn In the "Iron llludeii
burg," tho colossi!) wooden statue of
the Field Marshal that was i t n : l
erected und wlileh Is helnb sheathed
with gold, silver and Iron nails brought
In the Interest of a fund of relialnMt.it.
Ing I'.ast I'riiMsia. An address i,ns e
llvered by Count Krnest von Hey. ut
.tn llliiiiiliuilliiK .Htiilriiipiil I'rinii
(.reerr's llntny In lliilunrlii.
KOriA, Kept. :'8, l London, (let 5
t ill-tn ! in inuiHitiliMlmi) To U ri-u
Minister to Hiilgarla, M. .S'noiiin. h it 1 1 1
to-dsy that drieee did nm .,,v. i Hh '
giirlnn tirrltory snd tliut the ohje.
of Greek mobilization nil merely l-j
protect the frontier.
Ili'Kiudlng the treaty betwen Dree, e
and Herbiu, M. .S'aoum mild Lik
every treaty. It ronnlnts of words mid
It l clreuiniitanees whleli give niean
ng to words Tlnit Is to any, words
liuve Hie sense you give tlli'lll ui'roril
lug lo elreiiinstiinces."
Kill Iron it Worker Kills I'onr Men,
DAWhON. Vukon Terrltoo. On. i
Alflxnildm Geogoff, u section hand em
Ployed by the White I'aas and Vukon
Hull nnd, thrie mllea south of Vhn
Horse, u under srrest here to-dsy after
hhvliig 1 un amuck yeaterdny arid killed
four follow workers. IIu will bi i
amlntd as to his sanity,
( KMinun SoUifri I Urte.l In Dc
fentt Wmks l.cn'Kllod by
l AIIIR. tie) I 'twm, MXXHIHte
i nut hi- k, )-, I wMH'ii hm4 ther
i if. taut HHu.ra.sl fran tha fmnl
he trt ,,f tit I'reiH h ebarga.
h marked the rrlllral iwdiit In
Hie ie ffele m.iemnt, la be.
irti: grsdiMlt) plow! leretbrr. One
Milnt on M-tileli there la (telieml a free.
Kir lit s the glist speed with which
the movement was e ire II ted
A colonial lnfnntrmiin who w.ts
minded In the lighting Iwtwfen
Hmialn and Hillppes, In the I'halll
IMIKIIO, Our I 'apt a I n said to us, at thn
moment for the eliurge- 'You'll havn
lo run hard, for wo urn In thn first
wave of turn ' And wn did run.
When wn came lo tho first trench wo
leaped over It, Willi a stall ut the
orcupnuts You could hear nothing
hut thn hoarse breathing of your
neighbors mid the roar of the guns
Mullets whistle. I about everylsnly's
ears from one side, evidently from
inie hlne guns
"Our Captain shouted: 'Htnp at that
redoubt" Wo wer Just III tlm
Three 111110111111' guns wero pumping
uwa nl us nnd several others wero
being brought out of 11 tunnel. Wo
bayoneted them back and front.
'You've got to bo quick In a charge
like that. A second lost means death.
It is speed alone that counts."
SAYS THE GERMANS FOUQHT TO
A Lieutenant of Colonial infantry,
who wits woiuided while lighting III
tho Artols, denied stories Hint Ger
mans surrendered without resisting.
"It Is only ut the last moment, when
they renllio that their llro cannot
stop us, tlnit they ground their arms
und throw up their hands," the Llou
tenant said, "liven then most of
them don't glvo In, but light on with
trench knives und revolvers.
"It was In one of these encounters
that I was wounded. I was lighting
with two Germans. I killed 0110 of
them, who had sliced off my arm with
his knife. A sergeunt neiiinu inu
killed tho other."
"A corpor.il, who was wounded, said
that In many places tno uerman
trenches were literally levelled ny tno
tiMindliig of French guns und the
German occupants automatically bur
Wo charged ucioss fields that wero
a chaos of loose mud, kinks of shut
terisl barbed wire, shreds of German
uniforms, battered headgear, knap-
s.irks, shoes, tin cups und mutlluted
lead," ho said.
CARRIED MACHINE GUN TWO
AND A HALF MILES.
A wounded machine gun operator
snld ho mid his gun-mates carried
their gun on their backs two and one-
hi.ir miles, stunning occasionally "to
tear off 11 round for tho Hoches."
Tho new guns nro beauties,' he
said. "They tiro twice us rapidly as
llu, old and give you no trouble. The
Germans melt away before them."
FRENCH TROOPS KILLED IN
Thorn Is far less siilterltig out there
than in tin' battle of the M.irne." said
knottier wounded German. "Oil our
own side I saw but few dead. Hut
they tell me that some of our men
who charged the Hoches loo rapidly
u.i.i i-jiiii? it 111 111 vanceu iHicKi-is,
Tv,,.,- emu-lit rroin in ironi anil
from tint M ll.inss. me 1110 jim
i.iott.xl lliem nut "
Hverv man broke In un his descrip
tion of the battle with praise
r,.p Gen. Joffre. The I'leneli com
in.inilni-.tn-Chlcf is a bigger hero than
ever with his soldiers,
whu call 1 1 1 nt
of his Interest
The Had" on account
in their welfare.
f the day before tho
.ifeiislvn started was a masler-plece.
tald one wounded olllcer. "lie took
the entire army into Ills confidence,
.it., . rubei miKht talk 10 a snn, be
..hi,, in; w.in'.-d them make the
sacrill" 1,1 'hf.riyes open instead
of be.ng hi nd'v drvun
I AMERICA'S I
I Greatest 1
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German Guns Inferior in Num
ber and Strength and Am
munition Short. .X
MINIKIN. Oat. I -"As In the rllf
tantllra nf the war, Ilia vlrtar) IM tha
latest llathllllK waa mainly J question
f which tde had tha hlewst supply
of shells Our supply was unlimited
but Ilia Germans had tu t- oieoine., in
ammunition, thnefore limy lost,"
uiilaa n niidon artillery olllcer In it
letter giving a detailed account f
the last Wlk's battles III Northern
"There was no element of surprise
HI our BtllVees," Im si,). "Although
the actual advance ranm on H.-iturday
wn knew of thn plan on the previous
Uundny and Ugau preliminary artil
lery oiieratlons on Tuesday. The tier
mails must have known what was 111
is soon un wo begun systematic wire.
tutting operations along thn extensive
front. They tiled to turn thn tables
on us by firing Into our wire, but they
didn't have half enough Kilns or mil-
munition to keep up Ills pare) wn set
"On Tuesday wo began the work of
Hiro-colllng and parapet.puudliu;
eighteen pounders with shrapnel and
bowlders with high explosives started
nt dawn and continued throughout
the day systematically smashing the
German defends. At night the tier-
mans camo out to repair the damage,
but wero swept back by tho mo.11
prodigal of muchlnn gun tire, Wed
nusday was a repetition of Tuesday
Thursday wus the sumo story
"On Friday wn Intonsllled our tire,
All along our section of the front
thn German wlro was down and
parapets wero badly breached, The
Germans had brought up mora guns
and ammunition and Increased their
artillery Urn, attacking our trenches
and searching for our butteries and
observing stations. Hut thn weight of
our Inexhaustible supplies of shells
began to toll.
"On Friday night the machine gun
tire was like rain, falling constantly
on thn German positions and prevent
ing repair wnrk on the wire. Then ut
l.:3 o'clock on Haturday morning the
real cannonade began. Along our sec
tion of, say flvn miles, thrrn mint
havn been 3,000 shells tired In live
minutes. The bombardment was the
biggest thing In thn history of thn
wnr. Thn (laslr of guns was so con
tinuous as tn glvo nn almost un
broken light In the gray dawn The
enrth shook as In continuous ague.
We had guns everywhere, and all
wero tiring their hardest nt carefully
registered points In thn German
trenrhes. For every yard of trench
four shells fell within live minute
and onch shell hnd n radius of ilea-1
traction nf nt leust twenty yards.
'After nvn minutes tnern was a
second's pause. The guns were
switched tn longer ranges nnd thn
Infnntry began Its wnrk. Now It wn
Lord & Taylor
38th Street I-Il'TH
SEE SUNDAY'S NEWSPAPERS
For Important Announcement
Annual Men's Sale
To CommciiccaiYIonday, October 4th.
An event of stupendous importance the equal
of which wc do not believe has ever been offered
our customers before.
All Men's Wear Departments will participate
in this sale. The merchandise has been carefully
selected and priced so low as to make the occasion one
long to be remembered for the
Many Values in Fine New Autumn Stocks.
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Shirts, Neckwear, 9
Luggage, Hosiery, Pajamas, Night Shirts, Robes, I
Underwear, Canes and Umbrellas. f
Everything Men Need to Wear
and at Reduced Prleeti
The entrance to Tho
World's uptown office is
temporarily on tho Thirty
eighth Street side, where
the routine business will
be transacted a usual.
The Broadway entrance is
ar 1 r
Ate The Jewels
WHERE'S the infe
VV Hidden nwnv
can t hnd it.
Did the thief locate it?
Are the priceless Fisher
Sh-h-h-hl the police
are talcing charge of the
investigation. Dr. Lane
ham, too, is going to trail
the murderer of Mrs.Fisher.
He has some clues that the
police don't know.
Can you tell who mur
dered Mrs. Fiiher Not until
you rend this instalment of
'Behind the Bolted Doorr ia
On ewety nrwifand
Indigestion. One package
T proves it 25c at all druggists.
AVENUE 39th Street
)aI Ins or found article aabt
Trrtlted In Th World wlU tap
Hated at Tlia World's Informs.
Hon llurran, I'ulltaer Uulldlnf
Arcade, I'ark Howj World's
1'ptoMH Office, northwest cor
arr 'lNlh SI. nnd Itroadwari
World's Harlem 0Mcts 1S5
West I'-Mli 51., and World'
HrouUljn Off Ire, SO'J Waahlnt
tun St., llruoLlju, tor 30 daya
following- the printing of tha