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rrr Tfc Kelsev o Hell.
HOPKIN"VlL,l.r., Ky. April
The Rev. Hasconih Watr, rvnngrllM,
onductlng a revival hers, prayed as
follows: "Oh. Ixinl, blows tlie l'reel-
nl of the I'nlted Ht.it". the Kins of
Kng-lanl an. I the President of France,
Imi If you will SICUS us. Lord, to hell
. with the K r "
HAIR COMING OUT?
Dandruff cause" a feverish Irrita
tion af the xmlp. the hair roots shrink,
looaen and thrn the half romti out
fast. To itop falling hair at once and
rid the aralp of every particle of dan
drug, get a small bottle of Danderlne
at any drug store for a few cents, pour
little In your hand and rub it into
the aralp After several application!
the hair stops coming out and 700.
can't find any dandruff. Adyt.
CORNS LIFT OUT
Costs few cents! Doesn't
hurt a bit! Drop a little Free
one on that touchy corn, in
stantly that corn stops hurting,
then you lift it right out,
with the fingers. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezon com
but a few rrnt it any drug (tore,
but is Mifhcieiit to remove every
hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween the tnei, and the calluses,
without sorcne. or irritation.
Fieeiune is the sensational dis
covery of a Cincinnati geniuv
TO DODGE EXCISE
Progressives Revolt, Seeing
( mly Defeat in Fall From
1417-1423 THIRD AVtNW
OPEN EVENINGS Till I O'CLOCK
Tallta No. 316
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tL.it having furniture
Kmni furnlturt la n r i
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Mnont furnllur obtalnnblo ; ll
bt-mtrnoa an art nn vour part
!.!' t h .... rlahtlv thm one
flrm h all New York Nf f r
furnlchlritf of your horn" thai'
ran H liANTKR ru tha be'
aiuaa r.v vlrtua o tnair in
tociMon That firm !
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AI,lANT, April . The Legtalature
Imaan IU waning and weary laat
week" work laat night by ifolng ovor
11 ralrndnr that looked Ilka a rolloga
riirrli ulum. with bllla on flah boJU
cemetery trarmfem. retirement of
tcai her, conaervatln of cata, game
prnlietora, reglatratlon of boya or'
lata 1 Junior phnrmarlt, park
way, tattooing, finning on flunday,
taklnK of wild fowl, aqa rights In
public roaxirta. abora tilnla, mattroae
Upholaterlrkg, box aprlngn, examination
in collegna, collogo of agrlcultMre.
I.ini.' r nio weapn. txiiln and epur
ring cihlbltlona, fire drill, and ao on.
It la thla aort of a calendar, thn
only kind that haa been favorably
considered thla year liy the Itoptitill
cn 11 hen l i of tbe Ixigtalature, wblcb
haa caused a revolt on the part qf
riftsea progreaalva Itepubllcana who
fear for tbe aofaty of the party In 'he
A quiet little conference waa called
ii. I midnight In nn effort to pull
eomrthlng out of the wreck which ha--left
the only Important plucea of lng.j
latloB on a deavrted aldetrack after
havluic been run over liy the perpetu
ally paaalng "Ut.
An eleventh-hour attempt will be
n.i.l" 1 resurrect aomo part of tbe
liquor lelHlatlon and the Old Ouaul
element la acurrylna to clean up an I
make a quick getaway Hnturday night
to avoid being called upon to recon
sider, or faro .' foal this fall If the
Legislature ehould remain In aesalon
after the 16th, when forty cltlea will
laa upon local option and give the
cue tu their rcpri'sentutlvra If etlll In
The revolting Hepuhllcans who met
at midnight are worrlecj- by a feellnir
that the leaders have camouflage 1. I
thruiiKh the scsalnn a little too far
for the weiriiro of Uin party, and are
wundiTlrsg what bg people at borne
will say when It la all over.
In reviewing whut la generally
tinned aa the "leaat accompllahed"
aeaalon of the Ieglalature they hlame
Senate 1nader Blon 11. Urown for
being ao busy trying to beat tbe Gov
ernor thnt ha haa talked to aolldlfy
tlm party's Interests In the Issues
tliut must be mut In the election this
I'nleaa the rebellious Henators auo-
ceed In changing hli view before
the clock atupa on Saturday night In
the Kenate t'hamner. many a Hepub
USM Ihlaha the time will In called
then upon him as well.
The important bill of thn day, in
which both aldei huve mustered what
looks like a close vote, Is tha Ottln
4af Itatata, designed to dlanoae of
tfea west side mutter for the City
if New York.
The fact that Senator Ottlngnr's
broth ar, Nathan Ottlnger, waa ununl-
iinusly confirmed laat night aa a
Httproma Court Judge of the Fleet
MatHet, la regarded aa evidence of
I the frlendllneaa of the Governor for
Tin- Ottlagar bill provldea for a
I Commission of nine members, of
1 which the Mayor, Comptroller, and
I 'resident nf the Hoard of Aldermen
.re ex officio members with two pub
lic aervlie commlaslonera and four
I 'ther members to be appointed by
Qovornoi at a aulury of fifteen
. thousand dollars each.
This new I'ommlaston la to be called
ttie Tarmlaal Commlaoion and is given
'nil power to negotiate the weet side
, leal without any further inference to
! the city or Htate. The mmsure li
daoVMi one of the moat autocratic
: ever presented. In vlesw of the long
controversy on this question. It la
unlikely that enough votea will be
mualered to paaa It.
The Aacnmbly haa paaaed. un
Isr spur of an emergency mcseage
:rom the (lovemor. a bill to BOrptll
liwal option voting on April 17
well ns April 16 In any election dla
rlct where 700 or more voters havn
glitere.l. Senate Leader Ilrown hvlj
ho bill up In the I'pper House.
Socialist Mayor Rnorn la.
M1LVAI'KH, April t. Mayor
DaiUal W. lloan, Hoclullst, who waa
lO-ulrrted laat week, yesterday I took
.he aath of office bnforo his private
ii rit.iry, I'aul Qauer. a notary public,
luuer la also a Hoclallat. Ileretoforo
in 1 In ted Mayor haa alwaya tukau
ihe oath befuru tha City Clark
NINE CITY HEALTH JOBS
j HINGE ON INQUIRY BEGUN
I Mayor Said to Have Demanded Re
moval of Bureau Heads, tint
Commissioner Amster Refused.
The Investigation o' the Health De
psitment by the Municipal Civil S r-
elce Commission, with the commission's
secretary and Commlasloner of Accounta
Iiivtd Hlrahfleld sitting In. began thll
afternoon In th Municipal llulldlng.
This Inquiry waa ordereil by Mayor Hy
Ian, who aald In a letter to President
MacTlrlde nf the Civil ftenrlco Commla
slon that Heslth Commlaetoner Amster
had requeated It.
It was learned tn-day that the Mayor
I In a letter to Commlasloner Amater
'demandril th removal of nine bureau
!heada In the Heslth Dpartment. who
I roeeWed from l.(oo to II.OOO a year.
IJr. Amster refnaed to comply with the
Mayor- demnnd and askod for an In
Iqnlry. If the Investigation proves that
I the-.- bureau heads, np pointed by Dr.
H. H. (Inldwater when he was commis
sioner, can tie dispensed with. Dfi Am
tor will drop them. It waa aald.
An official report In Mr. Hlrshflcld'a
offlis disclosed thst Ionard M. Wall
stain, as Commissioner of Account!
under V .v Mltchel. Invootla-atod the
Heslth Iieiitrtinent and dlaclossd that
paltry splitting had ealatod UMffl .'or
more than twenty yeara.
Mayor llylan In Ins latter to Mar-
. llrlde mentioned the removal of all Der
I sons on the Hmlth Hetiartment payroll
who are "Illegally employed" and also
! of "reducing to their proper statue all
I who are enlovlr.it the emoluments
I greater than those for which they took
promotion tests." The Mayor slso said
that the Health Delist tment for several
, years "has. without doubt, been a moat
' flagrant violator of 1 v II service law."
NATION SPEEOS UP
CASTOR OIL MAKING
Farmers and Manufacturers Urged
to Hurry Production Needed
for Flying Machines.
Farm era and manufacturers of the
country have been aakod to speed up
the production of castor oil for use
In the lubrication of flying machines
In F.urope. Under the rapid ohangea
In temperature and air preaaure
which these machine encounter In
constant transition from low to high
elevation they niuat have a lubri
cant which will flow UniW all con
dition of temperature and atmos
pheric preaaure, forming a thin film
over every hearing and which will
not rarbonlie. Caator oil ha boon
found tha moat satisfactory lubri
cant, and a consequence hurry
nail have coma to tho United Htatea
for such supplies a now ara avail
able and for a great Increnae in production.
LONELY, ENDS LIFE AT 80.
Nronhlyw Retired tatlnarr riialril
I rder N la l,ate Years.
Until a yer sgo. when he reached his
eightieth birthday. Charles Kohler kept
n llttla stationery shop In Ciulncy Htrent.
Hroukiyn I lien. Because p was no
longer active rnough to kep up tho bus!
ness. he retired with enough money to
last him ths rest of his life
Hut Kohler missed the children thai
ii - i to huv School MUDultes frnm hit..
Also tie . h if. "I under idleness after a
lifetime or work, and he waa Impntlenr
at the thought of walling for death to
overtake htm. Ho he turned on the gas
thla morning In hla furnlahed room at
No Hull Decatur Street. Ttrooklvn He
en- dead when ambulance surgeon
Amhaeaador Naon Postpones III
llrpartare for WaahlasTlon.
IIUKNOrt AYIlBS. April IV Dr.
Romulo 8- Non, Ambassador to the
United State, has again postponed
hi departure for Washington to re.
sun." hi post, which wa aet for thla
month, being detained by the tvoik
be I. doing lr tho Foreign utile here.
It seems probable that he will remain
bere until late In May.
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
But the old-fashioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without the
plaster and without the blister.
Mu8terole does It. It is a clean,
whi'e ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. It is scientifically prepared, so
that it works wonders, and yet does
not blister the tendrrest skin. w
Gently massage Mustcrole in with the
finger-tips.1Sehowquickly it brings re
lief how speedily the pain disappears.
Use Mustcrole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitia, croup, stiff nerk,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and achea of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50.
FUR STORAGE and INSURANCE
sri on valuation with minimum charges.
Q Prompt and courteous attention given all
requests to call for storage.
SEhD FOR RATE BOOKLET
Greeley 2 04 4 Greeley
384 TUlh Kjhjcniu:
Between 35th and 36th Street
A Bond in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Booth
Buy Your Bond Now
At Our Bond Booth on Main Floor
0PPENHEIM.(21LINS & (5
34th Street-New York
Also on Sale Brooklyn Store Fulton Street
Special for Wednesday
An Extraordinary Sale of
In the season's smartest models de
veloped of superior Bolivia Cloth,
Tricotine, Pom Pom Cloth, Velour
Cloth and Tailor Serge, richly lined
in polka dot, self or contrasting silks.
Models Originally Designed
to sell from 50.00 to 75.00
Additional High Class Models Have Been Added
To The Special Sale of
Women's and Misses' Suits
Distinctive and exclusive plain-tailored, dressy,
Norfolks, tape-edge and sport models in the pre
vailing materials and colors, superior tailoring.
At the Extraordinary Price of
Have Taken From The Regular Stock
About 185 High Class
Afternoon an J Street Dresses
For Women and Misses
Smart and attractive models of beaded Gieor
gette crepe, satin, foulard, crepe de chine, tailor
serge and Jersey cloth in prevailing colors.
Formerly sold to 50.00
Reduced to 28,00
M. Altaian $c flln
An Important Sale of
Women's Spring Capes and Coats
a.l in new, smart models
will take place to-morrow (Wednesday)
and watl offer exceptional values at the special prices quoted.
Women's Spring Capes
Of navy aao serge (unlined) with silk-lined vest; trimming
of silk stitching .......
Gf navy blue serge (unlined;, with collar and silk-lined vest
of satin combined with serge .... $35.00
Womeim's Spuing Coats
of gabardine, in blue or black; silk-lined throughout, $35.00
Of black velveteen, lined throughout with white silk and
finished Slh collar of white faille silk; a smart sports model.
rVomen'a Coat Department, Third Floor)
Smart Trimmings for
Spring and Summer Frocks
are lavishly displayed in the Trimming Department,
en the First Floor.
Embroideries, upon 'which Paris has set the cachet of style,
are much in evidence. These are variously, but always
effectively, worked out in beads, worsted and silk, and are at
once colorful and artistic.
Pearl and crystal trimmings, for the adornment of wedding
gowns, are a particularly interesting feature.
fltauiBmt Auenup-lFtftli Auptiup. Npi $ork
ufijirly-fotrth; &trtrt sUhlrtu-fiflh &trrrl
li' sasitje are
sad woes. mm.
rem or irritable!
oka m rukject
I (in of m.lu
cholf or tks
" m Usa Ueta
Uaiaia rdKiaK.f as.
. will iatraaaa yo
tare -li' has is at
kd Kmt, M. D.
Both Men and Women
Siiffrr With liacksche, puin In kidney
tad I'liulilrr regions, linrilHChe, ver
tigo, rheuniatlc iin. iliiy feeling
ami OtnsUmai fnil to recognise
where the trouble lies. Cungrsted
kidneri causa a 'ot of lUstraat and
hiu miii nevei he aaglaetad. Conaea-
ed kiilnrys ore more daiiKerous than
eonatipatsd bowels. Tiike
right nway if vou would be well and
free from distress, after urination,
such ns burning, scalding, pain, and
other agonies. Balmwoil KldaejrTab.
Irti rciliue influinniiition, restore
normal iscratlon, nd there is no
FOR KIDNEY IRREGULARITIES
Sold hy all druggists. Advl
Mother! If your Child's
Tongue is Coated.
II Croa. Favariah. Constipatod, Bilious,
nd tha Scomaoh out of Order, 1t
"California Syrup of Figa.N
A Isxstlve to-dsy tsees a bilious
child to-morrow. Children simply will
not tske the time from play to empty
their bowels, which become clogged
up with wastei then the liver grows
sluggish, and the stomach U dis
ordered. Look at the tongue, motherl If
coated, or your child Is listless, cross,
feverish, with tainted breath, restless,
doesn't est heartily, or has a cold, sore
throat, or any other children's all
ment, gite a teaauoonful of "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs," then don't
worry, because it Is a perfectly harm
less dose, snd In s few hours all this
constlpatlon-polsoa, sour bile and fer
menting waste-matter will . gently
moe out of the bowels, and you will
hare a healthy, playful child again.
A thorough "Inside cleansing" Ii oft
times all that u assess arr. it should
be the first treatment given in any
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
genuine "California Syrup sf Figs and
F.llslr of Senna," made by tha Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., which has full
directions for babies, children of all
ages and for grnwn-up plainly
printed on the hnttle.
Sunday World Wants Work n makes little DirriBIHCI what you nked-
Monday Morning Wonders a world -want- ail will jo and fwb b