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Conducted by Samuel Hopkins Adams.
Thi? department Is devoted to aa-parating the ?heep of
advi?rti?ing from the goats?and hanging a Kell on the goats.
It deal? with a rery serious topir in a way that is not too set ious.
It? honest i-nHearor will be to answer with fairne??. either in
pnnl or. where that i? inexpedient, by prieate I-tter, all fa:r
quettioni about ?dverti?ement?, while re?erving the right to plead
ignorance when thot i? the right ?nawer. It a?U? nothing lor it?
aervicet eacept the confidence of it? <orre?pondent? in giving
their name? and addre??e?, a confidence which will ne**er ho no
lated. Pleaae ?tute clearly whether vou prefer to hawe your name
withheld from ?nawer? printed here No unaigned communication?
will be read. Addre??: The Ad \ ia.ir. Hie Tribune, New York.
1 in In dsriger of "falling" for this b*. ?ending 'he mone; Would
J. 1! R
"This" i? Um offer of the ". port,
renn., whi i ' fr??! criticism" ar.d a farther criticism ami revision
No, .T. H. R.. I hardly think I should. 1- the first place, the
"frr-i* criticism" ?s ?or-,*-, yo-.i by th>? c I In fact, it is
.-. a criticism. In tl nd place, while the
" a? it t< ? ? - pon the prof(
technical judgment in chief, Mr. i1
?i,kin?, it fui ' him which would commend 1.
-y conversant. 1 y long ? with the field
? short 1 the < toi lepai I 'I'.?' mag ?
-id. and if Den by Sil i hard name to forget has risen to i?ny
conspicuous ;- aped my notice, and
I have consulted. I know of only one genuine
expert in thi? field, ? woman who has had wide experience ns a reader
writer ami her criticisms are nol
?advertised a- "free." The- ti ? ?oil who advertise to teach
rt atoi -?? manuscripts ?it mostly without any
-tirai experience to support their claims. *t);:c more pointer for,
.!. H. R Ing tu have a manuscript revised I should prefer
? ? The Short <? i ':- vision
defined a- "the art of buying and sellini?
rough the medium of pri- ?? that definitio ?-?..- devised the
?" has frr ead the bounds of trade, and has gone into the
Here, for example, i- a sp? i
?ter Health Burtfau's campaign, carried on through paid
? ?-..- ? ' ' ?'
R BABY ?'OUR FAMILY
from WHOOPING COUGH TYPHOID FEVER by
BY VACCINATING it with having them VACCINATED
WHOOPING COUGH VAC- with TYI'IIOII? VACCINE.
ASK VOIR DOCTOR.
. and Wh irh.
? Typhoid, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria,
each, FREE, al il.e
II E A LTH B U H E A U.
!? vacation time the warnings laid special emphasis on typhoid a
? from whkh Rochester IS normally pretty free. "Don't go on
ication or business trip and bring hack typhoid. Be vaccinated
and prevent it." When there was a rise m the whooping couch figures
the Health Bureau went right nt'ter it in print. "Whooping ttiufrb can
: revt-nted in eight out of tin cases by vaccinating your children with
v }i '-ated spell the ads specialize on car-- of
infanta, since it is then that infant mortality increases. la short, this
ad-? the "pulling power" of expert commercial copy.
It is timely, compact, emphatic. Hut the Health Bureau has nothing to
sell. It has something to give away; sound information and advice, for
the benefit of the city of which it is an official part. Should Rochester
?ver come to he the healthiest city in the country and it is pretty well
in the li-t now a good slum- of the credit musl go to Health Officer
(?nler's skilled use of printer's ink.
'"fin you tell me of ?vim-* Iirrderine hii advertised hair-grow >-t
?"act that it aril] grow hair?
.I. L. D.
F the Coi ? Experiment Station shows that Dan-'
"a dilute, alcohol-glycerin? I containing small amounts of'
hone acid, salicylic acid, resorcin, capsicum and possibly cantharidin." It
will no i hair on the human head than it will on a billiard ball.
The onlj *? a' will prow hair on the head is a fertile scalp. Danderine
t?- not un effective fertilizer.
I have carefully read youi discussion with W, II E of bier adver
.-- of If.-iic with a ?ense >?'.
? in<- that your position is as complicated as that
, that he wasn't wholly a hur by admitting that
lie -.-.,. .* that he had thi? told th<- truth for once anyhow. A?
on would have u?. chewing over gold lenf dis
I tl nk 1 can appreciate the forer of vour contention that the heer
advertisei hud tola nothing but the truth: but how about the adver
for ?ale, chirts that are jrenuine
.. m i.n inconspicuous place? You ?vould have
. tn a? damaged, would you not? In other words, you
would have him advertise the I ?? good; have him tell "not
onlv the truth, but the whole tru'h. Whv not make the beer advertiser
do tie ?ame? AI.FKK!) H. TAYLOR, JR.
Perfectly sound reasoning, Mr. Taylor. If a brewer undertake?? to
m 11 da The Tribune he will be compelled to advert?s?-?
it as damaged beer oi not at all.
-rd plerup find clipping- taken from "The New York Sunday
Journal." I fhould like your advice on thi?. medicine before 1 ?end for
name. I. f. }>
Dont ?vend for it. That is the beat advice I can give about Blanch
^ral'r- anti-fat "ten." Drug treatments can reduce fat in only one way,
?h and strength at the same time with the fat. The mere
fact, by the way, that a mecficine Is advertised in any Hearst newspaper
i?. a fairly sound indication that it is a good thin?j not to take.
It ?eem? that the art of exaggeration in pre?enting warm for ?ale
Is no new thing. It is known In Shakespeare'? day. I . ?
ag; it bscomes rone but trad?i?men." Winter'* Tale
IV, I J. B,
Probably BtU the Immortal, when he indulged in that grouchy gen?
erality, had ju?-t wandered out Into "the Cheapeside" ami been bornswog?
??led by some Finkolstein of the day.
hjkttbi the approval you cave Stolid Rro?. for their public wan ing
-.gait.ft p*?- ? ou considered the fact that wheres*
sbout cost, there is a profit
'. ifl t" 1,000 per cent In filling prescript I), r.
I have. The profit is a proper one. It represents not so much tne
tag? on the Sale a?-- the professional skill of the trained pharmacist.
..hi the public is giving the pharmacist a return
?... ?:,-.?- tin, r.i of a large amount of time and money in learning a
highly skilled profe.?aion. Moreover, the customer, in (saving a preserip
nrity. What safeguard has he
in purchasing ?? - licine, possibly poisonous and probably harm?
ful. Um ich are kept a secret from the buyer, the seller
it the manufacturer?
A ?ignboard adjacent to the Riverside viaduct read? at? follow?:
I ???.?Ion Life Cigarette?
10 rent? here 10 pence there
Till faeeiaatincly my?terioua sign suggests s number of quftior.i
;.ou, viz.; '
1. What part of th( ? ? "there" refer ?o?
iny chat,?-?, it is meant to refer te I \ >i?,,
' living m England ?o much that the ?amo ciga
I ? S '?'
" ' ' S in 1 righ.h
? u I I !
'* A ess cigarette.? aware
? 'i for
a long time advert: .,I ?I milar way "A ?hilling in
in, a ?juartt-r h. -
A Itojvt her, thi .?>, writtenl aero?? the top
of thi* signboard :- ? unary."
I AWTON MACKALL
To the picture.-ijue and unusual in advert?s:- ? \xmtl \t always
exhibit is a curious one. Imitation may
1 ' ?? ' ery, but if this itatibn of the 1'all
1'ali Mall, not the Philip Morris which
HS), ?M latter will hardly lind
then rtisement yi\f< one the mental effect of
promoti don Life Cigarettes can
urrounding th? plying to Mi
?Mckall'i .... ea tn. > will find Uta Ad-Visor not
eniv i-nz-iitoUv.? but "'"?v"- mm vucJL | '
IN APPLES' TOILS
Fruit, Troublesome Since
Eve's Day, May Cos? 11im
Job of Peace.
LINDEN FOLK. AWED,
SFFK TO OUST SOLON
To Plan Removal ?M Judge? 8fi.
Who Arrested Woman for
?Carrying Ponies Sunday.
A mais meeting will hr held Saturday
in Linden, Y .1 . to pa?s resolution
mantling of Mayor Hardenberg that
1 ? ?l ?? eightv-alx*
Id Solon whoC dispenses Linden's
? ; and "f lei tice, be
?ed. He recentlj ruled that it
?as ;. violation of ' "blue
. too much I he
. ? :
? '?? ith !??? m?. ? he had
Dg of ? he plan - tot ?. ? ?
II?- started a ? ommol ion in the
: >li.?I worn*
John \ an de Ventei app?
the v.. mai Sine?
; ? .
; yesti rday anotl ?
addi 'l .. th? case of the pedli r,
through the courtroom, Gold encoun?
tered the aged judge ??ti t!ie it
"You're Juat the mail 1 ? mm to -c?-,
he said, "I a . s to
"All light.." said the judge, "you c;in
have th.' license, hut you're a Ihout
. so I'll tin? you |G '
Kan in < ourtroom.
Kur SehaefTer, t h ?? courl interpreter,
<?f l'i;ion I 'ii';., pleaded with Justice
Bundy in Gold's b? I
"You've a very poor memory judge,"
? - ved.
"Don't say that ti
"I w ill say it i?, you."
"I'll place you under arrest
"All rig! '. go ahead
"I'll take :'- t?> court
"You've ti" right to he a judge.
You're too old. It's a shame. The
peopl? here are fooliah to stand for a
man like you."
The old man drew himself up with
all the dignity he could muster, but
the tire in hi* i*u<i?-. 1 blu? eyes arm not
.-'-. to stop the laughter which ran
through the room. Tax collectors over
in the corner ?tupped their work to
join in the jeera. Sir, Schaelfer saun?
tered down the middle aisle and took
an apple from the burlap bag which
contained the eviiience in Mra. Hood
"Hey, there." yelled the juilge,
"leave them alone. They ain't to give
"I should hope not." retorted Mr.
Schaelfer. "They'll cider apples. No
wonder old Hoo?iac?. denie?! feeding
them to in- '""? -
Stung to fresh insults hy the bite
of tin- sour apple. Mr. Gold's champion
returned to the fray.
l-suet* ?>f (aae Clouded.
What right di?l JTOB have to arrest
.i yway." he demaminl. "You're
paid to sit m here anil judge cases,
not go out looking for trouble."
"Yes, 1 will. I'll go out looking for
trouble whenever I want to."
"The law doeanV
"Don't you t?'ll me about the law."
"I'm rot afraid of you, Henry. I'll
tell vu anything I feel like."
"You talk like a baby."
"I may be a heap younger than you,
.ludge, hut I'm no baby. I think"
"You ain't allowed to think"
real was lost m laughter.
I 'r.rts to arrive at th?' facts in the
Hoodaek case developed extraordinary
differences of opinion as to the Polish
woman's title to the apples. Such deep
legal questions are involved as the right
of Mrs. Van de Venter to give away
apples from tree? owned by her land?
lord, and the right of Mrs. Hoodaek to
take apples on Sunday morning if per?
mission hud been given her on Satur
?lay night to say nothing of the right
of Linden citizens to carry ?>??*1idles on
Sunday. Mrs. Hoodaek was arrested at
f. o'clock Sunday morning.
Justice Bundy put It:
"Lven if Mrs. Van de Venter did
give her the apples, she was breaking a
city onhnance in picking and carrying
them away on Sunday."
I.m M Judge (lull at M net y-one.
This Interpretation of the Jersey blue
laws has ?truck terror to the hearts of
"Who will be safe on the streets."
said one man to-day, "If this old fellow
can hold up anybody for carrying a
bundle on Sunday? If we're once ar?
rested in Lintlen, the? .is no eacape
from paying a fine, for the old judge
needs the money."
The salary paid to Linden's chief
magistrate is $100 a year.
William McDonough, owner of the
controversial apple orchard, and a
rnemher of the borough . council, said
laat i.ight that etforts would be made
to find a more efficient man to replace
the old judge as soon as possible. A
pBrt of the voters of Linden think the
justice has the fine points of the law
on his side in the Hoodaek case, and
that the agitation against him is not
on purely impersonal grounds.
"Lei us alone. We'll be all right if
sou give us time," said Mr. McDon
, "Linden never even had a police?
man until two years ago. We were
Columbus Ave. & 8lit St.,
New York City.
A "Home Hotel" of superior ap?
pointment. The spacious dining
moms and ?loo sleeping rooms
have been reopened after an ex?
penditure of an enormous sum
in remodeling, rc?U-c?>rat?.ig and
Cuisine and service of the high
Ml standard. Avera?e charge
per entree thirtv-tive cents.
Restaurant prices fifty per cent
less than elsewhere.
Room with mi- of Bath. . $ ] 00
Room with Private Bath . 1.50
Parlor, ?Bedroom and Bath 2.50
HOTEL M Uli HI AND
Itl. Ave. A ?Via -in?'..
LANDING IN HUDSON AFTER
FAST TRIP FROM
Ii. K. Januith ami <?. L. Lnrratiee in emit being towed to anchorage by K. P. PatU-rson.
the iiio'i peaceful, Iovlngest little \il
lag? yoi mi saw Then there came
? a ?Rri'?? nev? element in the population,
' Hinl v.?. haven't been hI?i?- to reMJust
Milton K Lowden, who held the j.<>
, sition of justice of the peace of I.in
; ?ten for twent) ?/ears, resigned a year.
hi:?., at ?he ?i-e of ninety-one, to make
I room for a younger man,
REFUSES DIVORCE PLEA
OF MRS. VAN DEUSEN
Charges Against! Husband Sus?
tained by Referee.
I The suit for absolute divorce h'
i by Harriet Louise Van Dessen, well
known in N'ewburgh, against her hu?-'
band, Robert T, V?n Deusen, whom
Mrs. Van Deuaen charged with taking
a lifl.ooO-miie trip with Violu Ganaon,
h stenographer, of Kinderhook, X. V..
v. ii ?? denied yesterday 1". Referee
Charle* Morschauser, of Pojighkeepsic.
The referee, however, sustains the
? ! urges ?gainst her hushand. and also
Arda Mrs. Van Deuaen guilty of in?
itions in which her "affinity."i
Robert 8. ?9earbnrgh, advertising man?
ager of the New York Telephone Com*
pal v, was saiil to be involved.
The referee commented on testimony
offered by n chauffeur, a Japanese cook
i anil an English maid employed by Mrs.
Vhh Deuaen at her home, in Halmville,
where she lived with her two children,
pointing out that Mrs. Yun Deuaen <li?l
not take the stand to deny their I
Mr. Sc.rhurgh, while admitting his
association with Mrs. Vim Deuaen,
stoutly proclaimed at all the heaiini.'*
that he had not been guilty of any im?
AIR BOAT, UP 5,000
FEET, CUT CAPERS
Jaquith's Craft Ducked
and Danced in Trip
from Atlantic City.
I?. K. Jaoaittl. the aviator, of duck
hunting fame, -.vith George I- T.arra
bee, a former Philadelphie b>?
man, who : - no?? one of his pupil?.
stepped Intu a Curtis? flying boat In
front of hi? hangars at Atlantic City
yesterday, and afier two hours in the
air landed at the Columbia, Yacht Club
pier, al the foot of Eighty-sixth Street,
The pair, flying move than 5,000 feet
high a? they passed ?>?.?? r Brooklyn and
Governor's Island, headed -traight up
the river and drifted down to the boat
landing ??^ carelessly and eaaily us a
leaf oif a tree on the drive. They left
Atlant,<? City at 12:30. In spite of the
choppy wind, which made their craft
dame and duck, they made Seaside
Park m just an hour, landing on the
beach, where they were pulled up and
took on pasolene.
At 3 o'clock they left for New York
To avoid the C-rtMS wmil? that hail
matte navigation hazardous near ?
.laquith ascended to 4,000 feet. Both
he ami Larrabee wore heavy sweaters
under their "Teddy b?-ir" aviation
suits, but the cold was so intensa that
for a time it looked as if they would
have to di-scend to thaw out their stif?
fened hands. Following the Jl
coast, they bent their course for Sandy
Hook, swinging east over Brooklyn and I
then back to the river.
The trip wrs made in a 90-100-horee
power Curt?as, ami moat of the journ?-;
mile clip- R
r. Patterson, Jaquith'i mechanician
took charge of the aircraft here aftei
its flight, towing it to an anchorage a
WONT LET MISS FIYNN TALK
A meeting; to protest against the re?
cent expulsion of Klizabeth tiurlev
Klynn and Carlo Treaca, I. \V. \V. agi
tatoi . by Peterson police will be helil
m Peterson Thursday night. Neither
Miss Plynn's name nor Tresca's ap?
pears on the programme, which in*
< lud?--' Lawrence I?. Abbott, Hutchiu?
htapgood, Lincoln Steffens an?i Mrs.
Rose PastOI Stokes.
Mr. Abbott, vice-president of the
lingue, was informed yesterday by
George B. Stinaon, president of the
board of police Tin?! fire commissioners,
that Miss Flynn and Tresea would be
arrested if they tried to speak. The
police would not interfere with others,
he said, unless 7he remarks were in
It was stipulated by Robert Mitchell,
owner of the Auditorium In Kllison
Street, which Mr. Abbott leased for the
meeting, that Miss Flynn and Treaca
should no? appear on the platform.
At 67. Siic Will Wed Fourth Time.
After having been thrice married.
Mr?. Sibilla Kaher, sixty-seven, of 250
Caldwell Avenue, Klmhurst, is going
to tft it ngain. She has secured from
the deputy city clerk in Queens a li
? ? - ? ? ? ed (iottfried Strickler, a
widower, sixty-six years old, of lUT"?
Metropolitan Avenue, Middle Yillage.
When she secured the license Mrs.
Kaber declared that all three marriages
were happv until the death of her hus
ADVLIM-ISI.MKXTS. _ |_ADVKKTISKMKNTS._| _ADVKKTISKMKXTS.
First Triangle Night
Wins New York
This morning New York is in possession of a
new standard of Play Presentation.
have made good in their new theatric environ?
ment. "The Lamb," "My Valet" and "The Iron
Strain" have all proved worthy vehicles for these
The Triangle Plan of presenting dramatic stars
of the first magnitude in plays of the highest qual?
ity has proved a huge success.
If you were not at the Knickerbocker Theatre
last night, you surely will be to-night ? to-morrow
?or next week.
It was said that New York would not pay as
high as Two Dollars for this form of entertain?
ment. That question has now been definitely
New York will render value for value received.
It will pay Two Dollars for an entertainment of
the Two Dollar Calibre.
If you tried to get into the Knickerbocker
Theatre last night -and failed- you probably
realized that somebody else's Two or Three
Dollars preceded yours through the Box Office
The present bill?Fairbanks?Hitchcock?
Farnum will continue all next week, afternoon
and evening, until Saturday night.
TTien will come a new series.
TRIANGLE FILM CORPORATION
MAY WED TO-DAY
Rosa Bellina Ready to
Marry Man She Said
license got ?soon
after her acquittal
Brooklyn Women Protest
Against Freeing Artist's
Rosa Rellina, freed by a jury on
Wednesday after admitting she had
killed James Montlglie, an artist, will
he married to Antonio Bellina, her
common-law husband, to-day or to?
morrow Kellina took out a license
yesterday, but was too ?hy to tell re?
port, i ? when the eeremony Is to take
The finding of the jury brought
flown a flood of ?(enunciation yesterday
from well known Hrooklyn women,
many of whom called the action a
travesty on justice and intimated that
the jurors had used their hearts in?
stead of their heads.
"There i? no excuse for crime," ?aid
Amy Wren, a lawyer, of 215 Mon?
tague Street, Brooklyn, "and criminals
s.iould be punished without distinction
of sex. Not only in this instance, but
in the Thaw and i'leary cases, the jury
ha? shown itself too sympathetic."
Mis? Sarah Stephenaon, another
woman law;.er. of 16 Court Si
Hrooklyn. ?loes not believe wom?*n will
be properly dealt with in court until
they are eligible to jury duty.
"Mrs. Bellina, however, admitted her
(?'lilt." she ?aid, "and I do not think
she should be acquitted just because
she is a woman."
lira. Harriet t"oni"tock, author, be?
lieves a criminal should be pu: I
legardle.?*.- of sex, but doe? not favor
capital punishment and thinks no
woman should b? Sentenced a?BBBBBBBBBBaTi
has a ?hsre in making the U*r J4
I nerer could serve ?, t < ri
eau?. I am opposed to the ssB I
that ? we?, *??
she is not allowed to rot? .).' $**
trested leniently by th? law'oT...i>
she hs? no control" ' "*.*,
Mer piece women or. a ne,1.,. ?
cordintr to Mr?. Rieh Holam?- '
Presi.!. '"'* "Hi
"Mrs Kellina ws. scqairtw,. ,?
?nid, Mnot because she ????, \?L*
but because ?he wss a woms? TS
sorry for her, hut I tr -? ih, ?*<
quite responsible when -he cesZiS
the crime, snd she should lia^eeu**
sponsible" *'1? >*?
MILITIA READY FOR REn??
Governor, v* irh Moforr?de <;Uti
See Msno?uvre? To-Morrow
of the New York Nat.onsl r,u?r< ,,
Van ("ortlsndt PnrV ?
completed ls?t right by Major
O'Kyan at-.d h s s'?.'* '.nvernor %m
man will rereh the sity to r. .
will be e-"- rrow rsajr 1
'rom the St. I'.g.? Hotel to tJss^^l
ing stand at the pur* ' '
In the Governor's guard of heseraa
be 100 mem new a^^^H
corpa, i : l.ard ?nttmt
Major ?i'T.eral O'l'yan tunaajtsajTl
those i ice th? entlr? mt
f ramme take, ?it? th??
he e- ? <e ?l? fc/T
said, and there ?*. : he provlil*'*?
only 3,000 p
Field orders covering the ope**?.?.,
of the militia dir-.rg the ma**4rr?**-?Z
will be iss .? -r.ing. t??L\
tion exercises will be iriven siKaltaav?.
ously in six quadrangles before th*. a?,
viewing ?tend, beginninj at 10 t'dta.
Batter-, .?r...?. corabst and btjemt
exercises and the erer7 ?in 0f ?irtla?.
stations ar.d field host nal? wi|| g,
shown a-* one side, while flag ?Irla,
rough riding, r -'?mimnZ
and machin.- ?run drills tr? bus*
staged in the adjoining qaadrsa^A
.''lude th? liyti?
and recovery of signal wires, the tal*.
ing of a pontoon br?date, the coutrtc
tion and demolition of a trestle br?tt
and the placing and explosion of \aa?
The commands will mess st noos.uul
a sham battle will b- held is tt?
NK? YORK'? LEADING TIIK \TK 1> AMI -I ? ? I ??TH.
EMPIRE -SS ';!,.-,;.,- , '
MR. CYRIL MAUDE
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GEO. M. COHAN 8 Th-itr? S-a-, ?a.
V n ?ION TI KS TIM II I HI
4 SPECIAL MATINEES
5Oc-7Jc-|l.0?J. II.50. 12.00? SEATS NOW.
MRS. WHlTNE?'S FASHION SHOW
REPUBLIC m**mmTr*\mnmVSrt^ s%
Snati Silling 8 Wwki Ahead.
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THE POPULAR SUCCES! O? lili.
ORCHESTRA SFATS, $2.00. JliO
FIRST BALC, $1.50, $1, 75c., Slk
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mri f a
n nor i ?? 14* a? ? ?-?iiu-? ? u
MONTGOMERY & STONE g3
ran iii'ii ? ?
WINTER GARDEN fZf? ^J*? fc
SuNOAY NIGHT CONCERT.?AM Wlnt-r Gar?
den Favorit?? A Stan frtxn ethir Broadway
Sucrem*. Soati No*.
MAXINE ELLIOTTS Th Mti To-B'wAWed .
CASINO. l.?g? ? 11? Ma'? Te m'a A W?d . i I'.
THE BLUE PARADISE "tofS,?
CASTLES A'ap ?4lh Str.-at Thn-.tr?'. A'tm 11
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