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?B ?fll?JWORLB, B ATU'R DAY. SEPTEMBER If, I 1 7.
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Osier's 40-Year Limit Theory Is All Wrong;
Prime of Life Is Between 60 and 70 Years
MAKING AN OFFER OTHER 1. 10. HELD
TO QUIT BELGIUM AS WAR PLOTTERS
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BERLIN OISCLAiMS HAYWOOD AND 150
IN SQUALID FLAT
ln tin ' '. nf Mr Mae
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rnoir ftMifril i...-mM t. lw a prr.
illftl nn tn Ditft In I at fun t Kaao i
juB.uiiiiy ruiun iirir mm I'lii o
ad known tli Ufinilnnt ami hi
inlly all his llfiv uti.l ihi y win' i.n-
;antly rcmini'iiK tilm ih lie .111
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,ore thero to aBilnl Dim proM'ctitloii.
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' iuu 1 1 ii n i i ni iiuicc iii nn
irly hour thin mornlnir to confer
twllh TMalrl.! A Uu.....n 1l,..u
viattiv. ..Muiiirj tndllll. lin'' t
liave been many mtv (Irvrlopnii-ntri In
C : case nlnco h left Nrw York, with
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vmcn ne in noi ranmur. lie exrect.i '
,at. iu an outccne of thla confe,-,
ce. he will luauo a numb... of uh-
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cnua rviui iiiiiiip ijiiuuii , wocn llic
180 will be presented to u. (Irand
DnniI VU PIDI MIOeiLP
DnUUMlll UlhL lYlloOltlb
FOR NEARLY A MONTH!
Mystery surrounds the dlsappei ranee
of tlfhteen-ycar-olil Martha Tellrfen
miu .icr iiuiiitr in u. ui i cnirr
N treat, Drooklyn, about 10 A. M. tii-iu.
J. Her folki have not heard from her
aince. She la S feet 9 Inches trill ani
.velglw 1(0 pound". When M.irtlia left
iijme the woro a green nnJ c-eam
-.'rlped iult whlto aioclclnna and pomps
and a white natln hat. She ha, a molo
inJer the left eye Her audden llsap
caranee was reported to the police by
her mother, Mrs. Uusno Tellcfueu. Tho
police have started u search for tho
MRS. MILBANK VERY ILL
A nw . Mni.niiH. ... ... II I n u
atn for (Iprrntloii.
ST. PwVUU Sept 13. Seriously III,
. Mr. Jeremiah Mtlbank of New York
; to-day passed throuen St. I'.tul. hor
former homo, for Roohestvr, Minn.,
xhere she will undergo an nDeratlou
Bhe was accompanlid by her Inmb.md.
rt New York capltalHt.
Mrs. Milbank. bcfoie her inanlaRe In
1910, was Miss Marcarat tlohultzo.
dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Kchultxe of St. Taut. Minn. Mr. Mil
bank Is the son of the lato Joseph Mil
bank, who died In 19 IT leavliiK uu es
tate of several million dollars.
Look at tongue I If feverish,
tulec no chances.
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California Syriip Oi Flg'S
can't harm tender stoin-
nnli liVm. lin..1c
aCil, J1VCV, UOWCIS.
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Don't scoU your fretful, pcet is i
Child, See If tonpue li cnnteili tills Is
a sure sign Its little btonuicli, liver ntrJ
bowels are rloKKed with sour w iiste.
'cold, breath bad, throat sore, doiMi'l
cat, sleep or net naturally, Im3 stow-
itch-ache, Indigestion, diarrhoea, Klv
a teaspoonful It f "CUfornl. . 8yr., .1 ,
Figs," and In n few hours all the foul
waste, the sour bile mid fermenting
food passes out of the bowels and ou
nave a wen and piuyiui cmui again,
Children lore this hurmlcss "fruit inx
.utlve," and mothers can rest easy aflct
'giving it, because it never falls to
make their little "lnsldes" cleau nnd
Keep It handy, Mother! A little gl7.
en today saves a sick child tomorrow,
but get the genuine. Ash. your drug
gist for a UO-ccnt liottlo of "California
for babies, children of oil apes and foi
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tjrown-upa plainly on the bottle. Ite-1
member, there. are counterfeits sold
here, so surely look and see that
ours Is made by the "California H3
Syrup Company." Hand hark with,
:oaUmpt any other fig ituP.-A'1tU J
Br .an - aw,
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Mik- KiHiMi w .
(. An umii ah.
wkM) naj fauns Ina-at MtettMW la
a Hia4lW an!.
m mm mmtmmtmim t Art a m.. iui
nV4ra4 Avetn. Hrwahlr. aim ilteir
T 'Mt.lra.i ara Mtha. te
rre nU. K-a-rtan. rlejtM, ,,i win
thr jr. few. TiuHr fnttt.r. Win
r.rop Dahlaren. otter Mt-althr
niraittri nf ha Prlniet.HI Plub. la
n"w bwer" Hark "eafn.wher. tn
H".r-.- aecurtia, to r.
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inp Pi'irv ftr rna rtMrillljhM laa u.ki.,
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un Konlnit World raborlfr l.r .VIIm
Wr rirfveii an annnymoiiN tiin
pn.Jiie rail." ah- nal.l, "rniH r to'. I
miwu ini-ri- m.i uracni n,..,i ,,f nrii,,t,
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"Vha iiKimiliorhwul U BcM,t on,.,
anil tlif I1.it In jii the llmt floor. It
look all rlarht until jnu enter. The
furnltuip h,ti bwn if mm oil lirvui,, J
r an unini l hill hII hut H cot anil
n lllthy nidtiri'iifi mi tliu floor, whue
ili chll.lrnn rlejit.
CHILDREN BARELY CLOTHED
AND WITHOUT FOOD.
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.SCrnllS Of fclalH fooil .mil rli-nr..ll-
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" , ,"" m'' waa inu.ty and,
, ""u ero
"''irmly rlml at all. IJtlia had an !.!
roal.'1"'1 " Pmi'"3- "u hoen and no
mucKim,-?. uno or wio boyn had
HtockliiB". mostly holes, and no shoes.
Thor W,,H 0,lllr"? tU tor human food.
lalK,J to Jin. IMIHKren, but thn
i i .iioniod dazed.
'Tho children wuro taken nt nnc
I to tllo ni'1rtv' liml.lniirlA .l
I - in., lin, niivir
we bathed them thoroiifjhly with hot
water and oap beforo they were
ready for medical examination. It
irim found that thoy were all anaemic
and that Keenaii'H body ivoh covered
with a rash. A hot supper was
served to them all and they wero
put to bed."
Miss ShusB submitted In court an
affidavit i-ettlnj: this forth and added
that tho older ohldren hud been sent
out nt various tlme-i by their mother
to buy bottled beer. On the ntrenirth
of tho affidavit and testimony Jus
tlco Wilkin committed tho children
Mrs. Dahlitren was, uskod by an
RvenlnR World reporter to explain
"It was about a year apo that I pot
a divorce from Mr. DahlRrcn," she
laid. "Ho waa ordered to pay me
I1CJ a month alimony, and for a few
months ho did so. Kurlj this year,
Iiou-t, h slopped. When court
pron-edlnRH wero stnrtcd ho paid a
little more, .mil since then the money
has como a verj Uttlo nt a time.
FURNITURE TAKEN AWAY FOR
"I kept up the homo as well as I
could, but I was worried alel;. ha.st
May all tho furniture excepting the
cut and matnoas, which wero my own,
was taken uuay becuutu the instal
ment was overdue.. Wo made shift
with huxee. Tiio pas was slim off
long ago, and w.iut Uttlo cooking wo
have done was on an alcohol lamp.
"A month nno, the lent unpaid, we
were sorved with notice to vacate, but
no steyjiaa been taken to enforce tho
order, and I think perhaps Mr. Dahl
srtn may have mado some urrangu.
incut about It. I don't know where ho
Uvea now. Ho used to live at the
Thu ,(:cota', ot o divorce show
that (ho couple had been married In
"""ton m iooj. mey met when
uaniRren avns .a student at Hoston
"Tech." llo ubandunod Mrs. Dalil-
Kien, It was alleged, In 1313, hut It
was nut lintll j,' year that she
found evldcneo enotmh lor n divorce
under the New York law.
Mis. D.ihlRreu Is a wnall. dark
vl no'v ne is wiuinK to frlve
"'r ,"UM,',n" u"' "fnent or
,h!. . K';'VS1'V;",irrtlr,I',r8;
.n.", ttlMR ylCo,d n'tp
, am ur ,l0 Hpent ' llls tnm.?itI1Pncc
jonp ao. and 1 don't know whether
he, has permanent employment or
now inucn ne earns
AUTO CRASH KILLS FOUR.
tntitlier rulnlly Hurt In rnllUloii
on Seheneelnil, lluuil,
ALflANY. Sept. 20 Four men are
dead nnd another is dylnu from Injuries
, roenlved In a collision between an auto-
I 'nobl'e and a farm wncon on the Uehe-
UTh-ojnln' "' "'8 ,larImM h
The desd are Stephen Millham, John
Hock. Harl i I.lUemlorf and Jsnies Conk-
m the wniron, Is In the hospital. fauu
0,.aibJJ ,"t0 rr
So Declares Dr. Henry Dwight Chapit., Professor in New
York Post Graduate Medical School, Who Has Written
a Boole on How to Live Long and Efficiently Most
Useful Period of Life Is in That Sixth Decade, and He
Stamps the Osier Utterance as Most Harmful.
"7I-- ..iit u (f, fAr 'rulful hn m ful ;i. rloii be ii-
imWr iu. h riinf ri nfv "
17T inl-nt. Kfuve unil rrvrnd
sage of cheer and eiicnm Moment which l)r llenr liwluat flmti.ti
has for on l)r rhapln h one of ,svw Ynrk's most eminent ih)sb Ihiii,
who for jeurs has !ii a profesaor at (lie Ne Yor
MO matter how efllrlcnt thn man,
AN renewed employment now be
comes almost Impossible when tho
Imlr has turned gray," Dr. Chnpln
points out Indignantly In "Honlth
l'lrst." "All sorts of pathetic subter
ftiBcs are employed by aping men to
conceal tho ravages of tho years.
"They know that In tho present
state of tho public mind there Is little
hope or chance in the battle of life
for the man npproachliifr old nge.
So'me of the newspapeis have recent
ly discussed gruvoly the possibility
of utilizing elderly clerks and bust,
ness men as office boys, with the
Idea that their reliability will com
pensate for other kinds of disability."
"I think that Wllllnm Osier's fa
mous remark has done more harm
than any other ever uttered." IV.
Chapln told me with emphaslH, when
1 called on h.m lu hla hume, at No.
H West I ifty-llrst Street.
"Because the public has in
grained so stronnly the impression
that at forty man has passed his
productive prime, there are thou
sands of men over forty who feel
themselves down and out. Soci
ety's Impulse Is to throw them
and their valuable enernies on the
scrap heap. You know How hard
It Is for a mm In business, be he
clerk or much farther up In the
scale, to obtain a new position
after his hair has turned oray. I
think the prejudice against mid-dle-aned
Judne and doctors is
less strong, but the middle-aged
clergyman has arat difficulty in
gettinti a newparish."
rHY. I thought It was the very
voune clcrprymon upainsi
whom prejudice is dlreCle.i, 1 mm
Ur. Chapln. "I know minister who
raised a beard nt twenty-five- to maun
himself look elderly and dignified."
"He'll take off that heard when he
Is fifty," Ur. Chapln assured me,
"I know, every man of my iiro
knows" Pr. Chapln himself Is en
riched with "the years that bring U11
philosophic mind" "of most pathetic
caies of men who have been brund'id
Inflexibly as unlit because thoy
have tenched thn period of life which
Bhnuld sen tlu-m In the fullest use nf
their power. The worst of It Is tint
tho hostile utmosphero surrounding
th mldJle aued man Is likely to af
fect his own belief In his ability.
"If everyhody tells the man of
fifty that he Is no good, pretty
soon ho will bo thinking so him
self. The next thing he WILL be
no good. How long does tho
overage business man live after
he retires from buslpess? He
stops working and sits around
waitinn to die. He diesl
HVJ U must revise our attitude to
W ward the middle-aged. Of
course, when I say thn the period
between sixty and soventy should
b6 most useful l am not referring
to ph steal labor. That should be
left In the hands of younger men.
Hut our most Important work to-day
Is being done by mind, rather than by
muscle And In tho decade I have
mentioned you find the ripest Judg
ment, the clearest perspective, the
most dlsrornlnu intelligence, If there
Is a fair sjate of health."
"Don't you think that the war Is
slsmloia, that 1. tii ne -
I'ost-Orniluate Medical School and llohpllai lie uUo
Is thn author of a rreenllr pulilhlied Issik culled
ili'ulth I'lrst. tlie Tine Art of Living." In kuIoIi he
tells not merely how to keep utlve bin how to live long
The most interislltig portion of this Interesting
liook, however, an I to many the most ln'iirteiilnn. Is
the author-physician's attack upon tho famous Oslerlan
theory that the elective work of thy world Is done be
foro the ngc of forty. '
Riving the nil.ld'e-nifed man a chnnce?"
"To n degree, the wnr ls forcing us
to revalue him," Or. rhapln admitted
"The acurclty of young men Is com
pelling employers to depend mure
largely upon the services of thn middle-aged.
This attitude should be en
ciniriigeil In every possible waj.
"When wo (jive the man be
tween sixty and seventy his
chance we do much to increase
the lennth of life. People die lonu
before there is any real neces
sity for it. The centenarian
should bo the rule and not the
exception. It is not true that the
span of our years is threo scoro
years and ten."
"Another remark which piohably
has done a great deal ot harm," I un
served. Dlt. CHAl'l.V smiled. "Like other
things wn tlnd In tho lllblc. it
should not bo taken literally." n
lu.illllcd. "Ah I havo said In 'llenitu
l'lrst," there is no principle Willi acl
nilillo basis, thut nccoHtinrlly limits
lire. If wo compare- man with other
mammals, thn life, of tho former is
shorter than it should bo. The i.ver
uge duration of llfn of maniiuiiN.
apart from man. Is live times I ho
period of growth. If this rule weie
applied to nun, hn should live about
It'll j curs."
"Now. how about woman?'' I sug
gested. "Will you glvo mo Hometlimg
to lit n for by saying that the femi
nine prime In between sixty nml
fcev. ntj v"
"I'll s iy,'' replied Dr. chapln. "ihat
the must healthful and comfortable
period of life for a woman hhnuld be
between sixty nnd xoventy. In that
period too her nodal usefulness
ehould b greatest. If wo except the
one soclul contribution of licurlug
children. Ami thn woman ol ixt
may be exceedingly atti active. Slut
should not think of tiring tn black
bonnets and tho chimney corner.
"To do her Justice," addi d thn
doeior, with .1 twinkle, "she (.oldoiu
thinl-A of dueh thing tn-dny
"The middle-ogod woman in
sists on romaininu younn but she
employs tho wrong method. I
havo seen many a woman of sev
enty wearing, a hat which wcild
look well on her granddaughter
of sixteen. When tho woman past
fifty wears short sklrtc, bio hats
and dyed hair she creates no il
lusion. When she allows her gray
hair to frame a healthy, alertly
In tol lici 0 n t face aho is much more
thnrmmq. To avoid being put on
the shelf it is not necessary for
her to skip about any more than
for the stout, midHlo-nged gen
tleman to play tonnls."
"pt:T is it
possible for men and
omen under tho pressure of 1
New York life to retain their hialth, I Mri'lnln then put In a stork of let
strength and usefulness through ttiu",r I"1!"-'1", lions and Ink and began
decade of your preference?" I nskod
"The N w Yorker ha a better
chance 1 1 kenp hla mental and phy .I-
cat in ill 1 11 man has tho count rv
dueller," ho remmmled Indomitable
"1'or years the doath rule nf N. iv.f The plain schoolroom has now de
City has been lower than iha'vrl.ipod Into a full-fledged Y M r
Bute death rate, although our oast , a. Institution, which provides let,.mw
s de Is tho most congostud district 111 1 m Kienrh and refreshments and
Wio world. .NOW ork City knows
how to take cate of its health. Our
water supply and our drainage are
excellent. i;von insanity, which In
creases moro rupldly than population,
finds fewer victims among the brain
workers of New York than among
Ho, then, ets all cheer up r.nd look
forward to lt--a green old ago!
tn itiidenta for IIH1iiilt.
I'orty college students met at the
rtand School lust night and formed a
roclety thoy decided to onll 'he Col
leglati league for lllllault. The nur.
poso of the eagu Is to Bid Morris
tbe Socialist ticket.
I' Is. TO CLOSE ALL
GIVEN WAR CROSS
FOR HEROIC ACTION
Itilm McClain of Ptvkskill
First Private to Be Depu
rated by France.
I'AIMM. Sept. 29. Tho III at Amerl
cm soldier to win the War Cross with
he Palm is'.lohu Alci'lnln of IVeksklll,
N. Y. In tho night of Hept. IS a (Ionium
airplane Hew over tiio village In walch
he was ami dropped several bombs.
Ono fell within fifteen font of a build.
Ing around which some llfty vlllagero
Notwithstanding tho warnings of
those near hint, Private, McCl.tlll
diiHhed out Into the road. 'Jliscuterlug
tho bomb with tho aid of a pocket
electric lamp, h picked It tip and
hurled It Into the river. Tho projec
tile exploded as It struck tho wiitur.
It sent up a column of water, and no
olio was hurt.
I'rltate AlcPlaln, who Is twimty
four years old, has been in the army
for four years. He saw scrvlco In
Mcvlco. Tho I'Vench authorities have
notllled his wife, Mrs. Klsle MeCluIn
of No. 3;M Constny Avenue, Peekskill,
N. Y., of tho honor conferred upon
li 1 ui.
McClriiu n of Scotch origin. He
Has born on it shipwrecked boat nlf
the const of Now Jersey In l-'ebruiii y,
H93, the con of 11 Cilnigow fatlur and
a Dundee mother.
While stationed at Columbus, N.
M., with tho American troops he
showed aptitude In purveying 00111
foits to soldiers and 1 stnhllshcd n
thriving canteen that seites as a
sort of model for the Y. M. C. A.
wmk now being done around the
Ameiican camps lu Krance.
McClaln was In tho confeetloer
liiiiiess In Peekskill, S'. Y.. tthen Uu
Tinted Stales declared war on Ui 1
ii my. He Immediately rejoined the
m my as 11 private, nine with tin
tli si contingent t0 France, nnd while
doing soldier duty resumed bis ..Id
Y M. C. A. work on the side. Hi
picked out a vacant schoolroom lot
his field of operations and then
ni-ked himself: "What first uld can
be given to these Amerhan boys?"
He answered It himself: "r.etl,.,
to compete at all the Idling nlnco In
the neighborhood for the patronage nf
the soldiers. Where ono censor had
sufficed for correspondence for tho
whole camp, Mef Main's Initiative .)e.
loped enough work fur a connor for
iiinuseinents fop Ihe wlilloru -in, 1 it.
lager.-! as well
Hoth tho Army and V. M r a
want MC'Inln. Ills officers hesitate
to lose an excellent soldier, und the
nssnrlatlnn orkeri want a man who
Is capable of doing what Mci'lnln
has dono for the social well-being of
C. A. llorn to Command
larlne llrlgnile Atiriinil.
WA8IIINUTON, Kept 23. - f.'nl.
Charles A. Doyen of the Mnrlnu
Corps, commanding tho mailne iegl.
ment with tho ilrst exped'.'lon "
Krance, has been selected for promt. -
tlon as Hrlgadler (Jeneral of iti-j
rvk'r 0tVtiin; Two-Tliits 'f
City's Cafes linfutvetl Af
ter Mnntlis' Invasion.
't. 1 month nf evasion of Hie itiill
I leiv laws the millions of llnboken
lithich am within 11 half mile of the
' I nltisl HtHtiM Army plern In Unit city
, must coe. The oritur Is nbaolute nnd
will be enforced by the Department
' of Justice, which will cull lu thn
iirint'.l forces to I wilt up Its mandate
II that Is needed,
lulled .States DIMtlet Attorney
(Muirles Lynch at Newark an-
ii.miiri.il to-day Hint beginning on
Oct. ti no llniior may be aold In i it
building within u half mile i( thn
piers. This will affect two-Lhlnls nf
the lll'i saloons now In lloboknu
Tho District Attornn), after citing
tho proclamallon of the President
j relntltn to lliiimr In the vicinity nf
iiruiy poats, aays that on Sept. Zil hut
tile War Department notified the lie
pirtmetit of Justice that it li.nl es
tablished a port of embarkation In
New Jersey and instructed thn de
parlment that the wile uf liquor 11111M
lie prohibited within a half mil" '
th. limits of the port piers. TIiIm
llieclli.il was collveid to him, Mr
I.) nWi says, and It li uuw to be 011
Two months ago, after various pre
flmis efforts to have ia sale of l.iw
along Itlver Street and adjoining
:ieets modllli d, the army asked thai
ai. iiiiiimiiH close at lu o'clock. The
x.-ilonu men so manage.! things tt.u'
the city nimbi tho legal hour of cln
lug midnight, nnd that order has been
enforced. Sliicn then the army made
no further move until the piesent .0."
Mayor I. It, lirlllln sent a telct wi
to Pieslilelit Wilson this morning k ..
Ing thin On- enforcement of the h.i!'
mllo ilause itlll work lireparable Itui-
ai;e to It grllt UUnDier of people mi. I
l.iopeity Interests of lb,)lnl.ell, With I.11
appiniab!. iMiiellt, and urging Ihit
the I "iforceuil llt of tile I lause U. .1'-
fcireil. lie also sent a ii-legitim to
Seci et.ii j Tumulty, a king him to
ha.-e the operation of the liulf-niil
1 lause p.istponeil and to give him n
dnj, 01 tine, fur a hesilnir -o thai the
f.i. t mn be laid befott- 1 hi President.
SHOW FORAILORS" CLUB.
l lirnlrleiil Sfnra to tii.ar nl Itlli
riirllnn Hiiiutii, Mulil.
Mii.-I'hI 1 oin.-dy and motion picture
nl ir will funlsh the . M'-rt ilnnn-iit it
the dinner and vuudetilh to ! given at
me Itltz-Carlton Hotel to-inurrow ivh
lilng, the firneeed of whh h will be u.ied
to eit8t;bdi a club St No SI Snndi
Htriei. Ilronklyii, for tin m.il.u. and mi
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" -" ...in.. n . ... (-"'Ill''
ol the well known perlm uiet who Mill
'l'i'.i i,w ii t iie'ini 1111. c "n. J.4'11
ll.-rnjrd. Leon Krrol, ll, Krsnii'.i
While, the Dully Klter 11,1 ..in. ra
Aii.ollg Ihe natron.--ni. Mr.
fiord. .'i Hell, Mr llriu.l. 1 .oriel. I Mm
Willlum 1 'liHinll.-r, 1 r . 1. i 1 1 - fian.t
iiil.Hon and Mrs. Ad..h,h I. nlentnir.
T k. t for the affslr, ulmli h. gins
si 7. ui. urn ji; eiii n Tliey mnv
I, ml lit Ihe hotel nt
fourth .Street Theatre
at llic Kui ty- I
llulir of ninin 'linle Minnlli Min
ister tu .Metleo.
MADIHI) Hept V) I'h.i Duke of
Ani..)ll,hns been ntipoiot. 'I Spanlnti Min
Is'ir lo M.xlcn. Ii mil -hi. lertl AI. x
enilio I'olillu, wholi..- I" ii ' I ,in .!.!! -r
lo ' I ll. tl
refund money if it fails. 25c
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flsM ttM atM4 mf Ifca laaisasfaaat flasr.
tjataMst aw roffirsls l( a wmr msns was
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Ik IHlieii aual. Tka !. maejtJM.
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fiatMiiM itMtMwf g MnsMoaHMawr.
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dial axwtlla lanana)l uswl that It
l.aa) la a) tan. a ren.Htneail tUrt.l
larHturls, thya alMnalaaUMa tha nieat
taJnaMe ailvantantia In Hsiaai iieu
Hallrma, In HMlrw f daelaia I Ha tin
Ir1al itorrrtisnant has frw hand far
. taattiutl , aaHlatluM Thla
..la,, rafar u Hviirtiim."
The dla. lMlmer l-it evidentl) r -f.
ra In it al-.rt eniMtlng arly lots
tteek from Hi-nut announcing Ihe re-
"lll of ollli ui deapaichmi them In
ttlilili (let mailt agreed In share In
11 leininfXiig ll.-lRiiiiii and tu ev.icu
.... i.ci iipled lands under certain nun
illtions. LLOYD GEORGE'SHELLED
ON FRONT FLAN0ERS
l-irty fieriii.ui Divivlnas Ucd Up
; ail Hl.xKlifst J:iKit of War
I I, ON IX IN Hept. 33. A despatch to
I the Dally News from Perry Itohln
sou, Its correspondent at llrltlsh
headiiuurlcrs . Klandcrs, says:
"Tho number of older men and
men obviously until, taken In the
lust I wo operations, ha been very
marked, a fact which our Prlmn Min
ister can Indorse from personal oh
sorvatlon, for on Wednesday ho saw
men nowly arrived and just arriving
at ono of our forward cages. While
In that neighborhood l.loyd Cteorgn
had the eporlonco of being actually
"Thn Germans seem to have flung
against us nil tho reserves Imme
diately available, and for tho moment
as usual, havo been compelled to do
slat from sheer exhaustion. Thoy
doubtless will bring lu moro mon,
scraping them from whom they can,
and my personal opinion Is that If
the film weather holds wo ahull yet
sen In this area some of tho bloodiest
lighting of tho whole war.
"I calculate that tho Germans have
used horn over forty divisions since
the end of July, or considerably moro
than they used during a similar
period In the llattln of tho Aonime,"
The Flavor of
is incomparably delicious.
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Und lor elegant booklet. SAXADA, 108 Hudaaa St., Mew York.
White Night Revolution
Told about in a series of . Six Articles
by ARNO DOSCH-FLEUROT, the famous
World War Correspondent at Petrograd.
"What Bolshevikism Is"
the subject of the first article
of the series, will be published
To-Morrow's Sunday World
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rliMiM llikaaa Mays a sal, era
tsaaa t.ar 'sans,
ml a fnastisl h sM tm Mm I'ssMaal
(Hatasi fttmmn rH. flaw
swiisasl IUl aa4uiaai
U a si tl aajira f tttmme '
flr ihMSl li. 4a " mi vara ajtar,
4 IM s. Hayatsat ark., a
mt tha Hraa la taa Istk-ss IMa el'
aalr. mM in 4'faiaM mt It
stall A awe a a- tiiawa I r4 m 4r(at,
f 1 1 a, fcn.i
lUtOianl Hrastar ut t'hiraaa Hew-
Wana mm ,. mrirH-r is
fVaajefal JSlarnllaa Khv af tsa
W. V.; OsNara Anirrraniaa of CM
!. I ninth and elaawUnr. itisiSMir
f law. I. W. W. IMnlletfi) Uatfajan
Chlmm; lUlph II. Chaulln, eatltar
ami manaarar of Solidarity; Vla4(ait
laataff. fhlrnto. Hart Iarton, Cai
!, uisaagrr MarrntUac Ualar :
Charlea Itoll.lahar. vtlltor af A lief
guml.aaj Charlea Italia, CMoagat and
Detroit! llerlH-rt Maular, Haattla aai
Chleag-e; James Haifa, Da Malsea
Itilwartl Johnaen. Yottngalnwa, O.i
Karl Iewls. Huntington. W. Vn.; Ilrr
bert CiMilln. Han I'lsnrlacm liar H
I'linnlng, llartsi l niudant. ami 1''
torn lllaulnl of Cambrld., Mnaa
PuM-ra Ud In the rahU Ijava .-
vealed, accor.ln in I'Mlnml agent,
the elatri.-e nf a definite und 'ai
rtstahlUK col.aplrs. y to embarrass t
Goveniiiieiu and al. show that Cai
ee go waa thn heudiiutem of In
II became knonn to-day that Hi
Indictment were teluruml hfurn hal'
of Hie evidence seuc in intent raid
on I. W. W lieiidiiuartera had bi
exnmlne.1, The suddHii action Is a.i. 1
lit hV.1 li..,h illlM lt ..11 rt ,.. Hi. t. .
-" ...... ... . ... vuai
ueter of the evidence exhibited and
inn inrormaimn in tiio bauds nf (luv
nrntnent agents that Ihe agltatm
worn busy lu various parts of tti.
United State In sp'.lu of recent raid
CALL REVOLUTIONARY STRIKE
Socialistic Workmen's Unions Re
fuse to Join in the
IIIMiNOH AYHKH, Argentina, H
29. A general revolutions r; atri.
thrnualunit Argentina wui declarod to
day by the Anarchlstla workmen, tle
strlkn to Include all unions belonglnx
tn their federation.
The Socialistic workmen's unlona hate
refused to Join In the movement
The only street car lino In Iluenn
Ayres th.tt had net lieen affected by 1
strike that has been In progress In lh.
illy wns given until 11 o'clock to-nlgin
tu cumply with the workers' demands
Mrslrnit Ainbnaanilor lu t'. S. In
MHXICO CITY, Sept. 23 Tgnac...
rtonlllaa, thn Mexican Ambassador t
the United Stains, lina been called hnn.
tur a conference, the nature of which
bus not been disclosed.