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fliackjack iho seventeen-yoar-old
maid, lay hi gently on hr bed, apply
cld towels o lir wounds, and roll
the houao thoroughly between visits
to the patient thin Is the routine es
tabllshm! by New York's newest
character, the Tetid'r-Hcurtcd IJur
flar. All this tho Tender-Hearted Uur
Kldr did laat night and tills morning
In tho apartments of Mrs. Sadie Mil
ler, So. 609 Cathedral Parkway. The
maid wno Katie Konopaa of No. It
Clinton Street. The loot was 1300
worth of sllvcrwaro, diamond ring, a
bracelet, a necklace and 180. Tho
cold towels were Mrs. Miller's own
monograraod best. Tha maid Is now
In Harlem Hospital. If she gots well
it will be becuuio of the timely first
Mrs. Miller, the wife of a travelling
salesman, went with friends to tho
thoate. Thcro came a ring at tho
door. Tho maid opened It. Thero
stood a big stranger who said ho had
como to deliver tho wlno. Tho maid
aid no wlno had been ordored, and,
besides, Mrs. Miller was out. She, of
course, had no Idea the btg man wai
tho Tcndcr-llcurtcd Iiurglar.
Ucforo sho could add unother word
ho seized her. Putting one hand over
her mouth, he struck her five times
on tho head with a blackjack. When
the camo to alio was on her own ted.
Uralclo her sat the burglar, carefully
applying cold wot towels to her bead.
Sho thinks sho was so ustunlshcd
that sho Immediately becamo uncon
Tho next tlmo she camo to the
burglar wus gono. 8ho could hear
him moving around, rrcsontly bo
camo buck, changed tbo to we la gent
ly, and then tlp-tood Into Mrs. Mil
tor's room. When tho maid lapsed
Into unconsciousness the last time uu
was still dividing bis energies be
tween making a clean sweep of Mrs.
Miller's valuables and looking after
When Mrs. Miller camo homo sho
found tho maid unconscious and thu
upartmunt In disorder. Sho reported
to Pollcoman Dclanoy of the weal
One Hundred and Twenty-drib Street
Station, and Mlbs Konopaa, bvforo
being taken to tho hospital, gave an
unwilling description of her assailant-
"Hut i hope may aon't catch him,"
she said. "Ho waa so nlco and gen
Mrs. Miner disagrees.
THE GREEK IDEAL
Health of body and health o(
mind. How can you have
cither if you are handicapped
by constipation, by the failure
of the body's waste-disposing
This mechanism is delicate and
easily thrown out of gear. Wor
ry, hurry, improper food and
insufficient exercise cause con
Etipation. Pill-taking only
makes a bad matter worse,
because laxative and cathartic
remedies, by weakening thev
natural processes of evacua
tion, tend to make constipation
Nujol is entirely free from
these objections. It acts in
effect as an internal lubricant
preventing the contents of the
intestines from becoming hard,
und in this way facilitating
Nujol In bottled ut the refinery and
It mi hi only In pint buttles lieurlnil
the mime Nujol unit the Imprint o(
the StiuiUiirti Oil Company (New
Jersey), Refuse substitutes bo
miro you gut tho genuine. Write
to-day for booklet, "The Rational
Treiitnunt for Constipation. "
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Tho clause touching on literacy
"Provided, That any admlsslbln
Hllcn, or any alien heretofore or hero
after Icgully admitted, or any citizen
of the United Htntes, may brlntr In or
Tha trade-mark Aealrla'tReU.fePaLOrne.)! nvaaSd.
that the monoeeetlce -idtatet efeallcyHcecU la Uilli lielgos U
of tn reliable Bayer manufacture.
"Anaemia-Lack of Iron-Is Greatest Curse
To Health and Beauty of American Women"
Say a Dr. King, Physician and Author
Any Woman Who Tires Easily, Is Nervous or Irritable, or Looks Pale, Haggard And Worn. Should Have
Her Blood Examined for Iron Deficiency.
Administration of Nuxitcd Iron Will Increase the Strength nj Endurance ot Weak, Nervous, Careworn Women MJ
Per Cent. In Two Weeks' Time In Mny Instances.
SHE CHILD'S APPEAL
Mother, why don't you take
NUXATED IRON and be strong
Und well and have nice rosy
cheeks instead of being so
nervous und irritable all tho
time and looking so haggard and
ater In which oar vegetablei ar cooked
ore rreponalble for another crura Iron
"Theefnro, tf you wlih to preeerre
your routhrul vim and visor to a rlsa
oil an, you muat aupply the Inn if
flcltncy In your food by ualng iomi
form or organic Iron, Jml you would
(.a ault when your food hia not anousb
"A a I hava ,alj n hundred tlmta over,
organic Iron la tho (realm of all
xtrcntth l.ullJtre. It ptopla woald only
'hrow awy habit furmlns drusa and
nauaeoua colicocllnna an! laka almpla
nuintod Iron, I am cootlncod that tha
live, of thouxanda of persona might be
aavd who now die arary year front
pneumonia, rilppo, conaumptlon, kid.
nay, liver, heart trouble, tto. The real
tnj true ciuie which etarWd their 41a.
eaa aa nolhlns mora or laaa than a
weakened condition broufht on by a
lack of Iron In tha blood.
"On account of the peculiar nature of
nimun, and tha great Uraln place! up.
.in her ayatem at certain period a. aba
rc'iulrea Iron much more than rata to
help make up for tha loaa.
"Iron la absolutely neceeeanr to enable
tour blood to change food Into llilng
laiue. Without II, ao matter he
nucli or what yuu eat, your rood mere-
y paaece through you without dolna
nil AIIV K00(1. TOU don't aal Ih.
aend fnr hl falhi-r or L-riindfuthur OlQ-1 110 OOCtOr QaVe SOIHO lO trtngth out or it. ana aa a roneequence
..... oi.t . -it- 1 V. you btioma weak
ovnr fifty yearn of aue, hlu nifa, his
mother, Ms untndiuothrr, or his un
married or widowed daughter, f
othfrwlHu luliuUjILilr, u-huthi'r hui-li
relatlsn enn read or not: und Mich
rulntlvo ahull hit porinlttrd to enter.
That for thn purposn of uncertain-
Iiik whuther ullt'ilH enn rtad, tho lm-
miKruiit Im'Dt'i'toiH tihill ho furnlahol
with hllM of uniform hIz, irt'p:tr''d without trn " auya
undiT tho dlrt't'thm of tho SicrotHry Or. Kardlnar.il King,
of Labor, t'lirli contulnlnK not Ir. N Volk
thuu thirty nor inor than forty wordH cin ami author "in
In ordinary iiho. nrlntod In nijlnly iint taika to
h'K'l'lo typo 111 some OI1P Of tho Vltrl- I'hralcUne on the
ouh nniruani or d a nrta of linm .
L-r.intH. Kiii-h ullan imiv ilHltfmit -enui m-oa of Iron ilt'
Busie Smiths mother and shei
was ivorse off than you are
ond'now she looks just fine
pale and alckly look
I "There ran be no
tlw partleuliir iniiKunKu or dluloct In H'' " hj. ,,r"nBlv rinpha- iimjlMmS9fniL
rettd'lwwordM prlntrtl'mum'ili !u 'J'"""' ''"ron"1 for"ihar ffWhk
wtm- icMnu i-uu-uifwu, nr
BODY WASHEDjMFROM SHIP.
Ilrnmii'il lnii ruiiiiil Ht t'ollrj llr
llrtril rriuiiii,N IViiiiwIna.
Thn body of a man httlcved to hu'
Tlioirm.1 DmiKlas of No. 140 West KUty
fourth Htrrt-t was found to-day at lilch
viatur line on thn Coney Ialund liouch ut
tho font of Wost Twentieth by 1'ollci
man MalllH'M MrCanu. Thr tmllrii hi'
Hi vo thn lioJy wan wnslud In from u
bhln at pen.
I Thu label of n Ni w llnvrit tailor In
tlv brraKt pookt-t of the cout wive the
i iiinn mid mlilri'Ki Th riiun vuk
ilretai'il In u bluett iiwtcimt, blue Ml i ipiil
anil, liluu atrlped ahlrt, blnck tie, white
aokH nnd tnn shoes.
lie waa apparently about thirty years
aro and waa light of Ir.lr and akin and
of medium height.
ifiiiil.lotikhiir women patient
1'iilliir me.ma anaemia. The ekln
of an nniiemlo womnn le pale.
Ihe leh fluhhv Tbo muaiiea
luck tone, the bruin fnua and tha
inomory falla. an4 uflen they
brcome weak, nervoue, IrrllabU.
i)iiiondent and melancholy.
When tbo Iron Koaa from tae
l.luod of women, the roaea go
from their cheeka
"In thn mot common foo.le of
America, the eUr-'hej, lugara,
.ma -trim.. ranJlei. unlliiheit rice
bitad, hoUa rra'kera, blicurn. iniicaionl
.uiihttl. iibc, man, farlnJ, deueimlit
nlcil oiiiiiii nl no lonair li Iron lo la found
lli lnlns proca.a hu -amoved the Iron o'
Mother Kurlu from theea lmpoverlhei
fno.li and allly inethode ot home cooker)
by throwing down the waate pipe the
Dr, Ferdinand King, Nexc York tihysician
and author, telli physicians that they thauld
prescribe more organic iron Nutated Iron
for their patients Sayt anaemia iron de
ficiency u the greatest curse to the health,
strength, vitality and beauty of the modern
American Woman. Sounds warning against
use. of metallic iron which
mau injure the teeth, cor'
rode the stomach and do
far more harm than good,
advises use of only nux
Vou can tell the women with
Plenty ot Iron in their blooH.
beautiAil healthy rosy cheeked
wmeju.. of Life, Vim and
strong or well, you owe It Touroelf
to raaka the following teett Be haw
tons you can work or how far you can
walk without becoming tlrod. Neat
take two five-grain tableta of ordinary
nuiaied Iron three tlmea per day after
ueala for two waeka. J hen leet your
atrcngth again and how much you
,ave aalned. I hava eeen doii-na of
nervoua run down fuoplo who were ailing
all the while double their atrengtli and
did ii nee and entirely rid themxelvea or
all M'l.ptoniti of djei'tpelH, liter nnd other
truubiee In from ten to fourteen daya'
time almpl b taking Iron In III p.optr
form. And thla after they had In eom
caaea been ilootorlng for moMhe without
obtaining any benefit. Hut don't take the
old forma of reduced Iron, Iron acetate,
or tincture ot Iron almply to aave a few
oenta. The Iron demannea by Molhel
Naturt, for the red coloring matter In the
Mooi of her children la. alaal not that
kind of Iron. Tou muat take Iron In
1 1 1, ctn b" enaur abaoriied and
auniialej to do you nny good, otherwlee
H may prove wore thai) utelena.
I nave ueej Nuxated Iron widely
In my own practice In moat eevare
aga-ravattit rondltlona with unfalllnt
re.ulia. 1 have Induced many othei
phyilclana to give It a trial, all of
whom huve gteii ma moat aurprla
Ing repnrta in regurd lo Ita great
power fui a health and atrength
"Many an athlete ami irlie.fghlet
hna won tbo day almply becauFa he
knew the aecret of greit atronglh
aril endurance and filled hla blood
with Iron hafure he wiit Into Ihe
tffray; while many nnuther baa gone
down In Irmlnruu. deftut almply for
the lack of Iron."
NOTE-Nntited Iron. wMoh u rr-eTi'ao
end rivornmen 1M abore by i'iy.iclina lo
aueh t rrot teieiy of ctm, la not a pattat
avdlrlne or lot rrninlr, but one vidua U
el) bdowh lo dnicgttta and ehu Iroa coa.
aUtimta arn aldrly lrti(Tlbed by vmlant
tihwlclaoa both In riroe aod Aoierlca
lolike the older liiora&nlo Iron pruluote It
la eaeDy aialinUatad. -m not Injure the
ttetli, alike iih-ui blerk, nor u.nr the alorn.
All i oa the rontriry. It Ii a mal nntfut
raordr la aearlv all formt of IbdlgtsJloa a well u
fur nrrroui, ruu down tot.dtlluna. rtiu m.aufi.mrer
bao euch areat anlLl-oce lo tiuxttel Iron Out thet
ef'r- lo forlelt 1100 Oil U tnr utltul. Iu:iaina
If lhy ranoot tike any aim or "e-nun imler iltty who
Uim ln. tnd loiteue ibeir renin iw i real, or
oier tn four aeke tlroe, lrr.Jt they lure no larloui
utkidic trouue. Ybn alio ourr ui reruou fii
U ii dOM- nut at f.fc.t double loiu ttraufftil iDi
eiu In tea dan' Unv It la dKUMd la Udi CIU b;
all tvxid drugjtKa. Adrt.
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