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THE SUM, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1913.
VINCENT ASTOR IN
TWO SCHOOL YARDS
Watches Juvenile Athletes and
Tells of His Ow ii WmihI
Drills in (Muss.
HE LIKES NEW KXKTiriSKS
Is Direr tor of Athletic l.ensue,
but His I'ersoniilitx NiiMi't
Known to Youngsters.
Vlnceni Astor. who In a number of
the hoard nf dlreitni or the 1'uhlle
tfehoolti Athletic I. HKiif and ' nifinliT
Dt Itr special committee, will li.i v. tnitrh
to do with the toietcss of t In- liuce dem
onstration or ptititli chool athletes ni
ranKfd t0 take itrfi-.- In Central I'nrk
on .lure 2, took a trl to two bit; Kant
Side public pchoolx yesterday and cot
a fair worUInc knowledge ot Junt what
tho. league is performing.
With youlii Anlor wont C.uMave .
Klrby. president of the A A. I"., nnd
Gen. George V. Wlngato, prcMdont of
the P. S. A. I. nnd n member of thr
Hoard of Kducntlnn The three were,
escorted by Dr. V. Wurt! Crampton,
physical director of the league.
The Inveatlgntlng pjrty travelled lii
one of Mr. Aftor's automobile?, and Its
first Mop was at Public School 6?, at
le. and Hester sttcot. Two hundred
hoys were going through an athletic
drill In the yard under the direction of
Ttobert Urodle and Jacob H itman,
t'lidcr the watchful '.vc of the direc
tors the boy.4 went tlnoiic.li llrnt a two
minute hygiene drill. This was followed
by a rhythmic cerol.e, and then cam'
a combination exercise In which the
boys went through all the motions of
putting the shot, hurllnc the dlfcu?.
broad Jumping, batting a ball, running,
starting, Mopping and pole vaulting,
which lasted for eight minutes.
Two teams (,f twenty-five boys each
had a mhiMIo relay lace, and then two
other teams of the Mime i-l.o had a con
tinuous broad Jump, which Is a relay
broad jump. As I hey wen- finishing
Mr. AMor wandered off by hlnu-olf and
discovered the .sub-target gun m-ed In
the public schools fot title practice.
He seemed very much Interested In
this and tried a few shots himself. He
made a fair score, and thin one or two
crack shots of the school were permitted
to show off to him.
A busketball same was then started.
The party did not wait for the finish,
but were taken over to the girls' sec
tion of the school, and the girls In some
of the classes did folk dances.
None of the children tecngnlzed Mr.
Astor, althoueh Uen. Wlngate and Dr.
Crampton were known. No announce
ment was made as to who was In the
After a thorough Inspection of that
school the party drove to Public School
21, In Mott street, which is kept open
after school for athletics. There were
four Indoor baseball games In progress
and two sanies of basketball. A score
of boys were putting the shot, and
every one was so busy at his game that
nobody paid any attention to the visit
Tho group of visitors watched the
boys at play when a heated argument
arose In one of the games. Hut In
stead of all the players venting their
spleen on the umpire the boys gathered
around the official In a fairly orderly
way, made their plea in order, and
when the umpire made his decision the
boys all went back to the game with
out another word of dispute. This
pleased Dr. Crampton very much, as he
has been trying to instil in the bojs a
dislike for scrapping.
"I was tremendously interested In
everything I saw," said Sir. Astor at
the. end of his trip. "These new exer
cises seem to be thr very thing for
the boys, and the sort of thing they
like. Consequently they will give the
boys a push In the right direction. The
thing that pleased me most was the
enthusiasm which was displayed In
" remember when I was the age of
these youngsters ami was In school I
had to do wand drills from 12 to 12:20
every day I hated them, they weie
dull and stupid compared to these exer
cises and not as healthful Now. how
ever, the boys like the exercises, and
the results must have a great social
effect. Tho exercises are not made an
end but a means fot moral, physical
and social uplift '
6HEPARDS' HONEYMOON OVER.
Former Helen .VI, Could nml Una
blind Itrtnrn From Abroad.
Plnley .1 Shepard and Ins bride, who
was Miss Helen ilotild, returned yistcr
day by tho North lierniau I.loyd liner
Ileslln from their honeymoon trip of eight
weeks, a pjrt of which they spent in a
Journey up the Nile. They will go later
to the bride's country place at lrvlngton
Mr. Khepard. who Is assistant to the
president of the Missouri Pacific Hall
way, went to the offices of the company
and assumed his new duties as manager.
HOT CANFIELD'S MONTE CARLO.
Knorra .Nothing nf Mexican Project
or It llnckrra.
ftlehard ('anil Id has denied the re
port published recently that he is one
of the backers of a Monte Carlo soon
to be established In .Mexico.
"I never heard of the plan until I lead
of It In New York patters," hit said, "nor
do I know any of the people named in
The body of a man, supposed to hn
that of a sailor lost overboard front a
vegael In Dnnr Island Sound, was picked
up off East KhiihurM yesterday morn
ing. Mrs. Johanna H, l.wia got IS.ono dam
area In the Supremo Court, Queens
county, yesterday In a suit against the
Brooklyn, Kings County and Suburban
Ttalway for the death of her husband,
lie was a utotorman.
Mrs. Fanny Flanagan, 30 years old,
died yesterday at tho Methodist KpIm-o-pal
Hospital. Brooklyn, from burns re
eclved by her dress catching fire from tho
kitchen range at her home, tOti Fourth
To head off a threatened slrike of bar
bers for demands which were made sev
eral days ago the master barbers In
Brownsville locked out the men. The
union then declared Its members to be
Kdwnrd Posrhen bounded Into the Cly.
mer street police station In Williamsburg
yesterday and demanded two gold mines
which he said had been stolen from him,
tt took four policemen to send him to
t)M Kings County Hospital.
Mrs. E. H. Harriman and Her
Photo hy V'ntroft,l A t'ndcmood
This photograph of the widow of the railroad financier was taken )csierday as site and her daughter, Mrs. Robert
L. Gerry, were ot their way to the Meadow Brook Hunt.
SEEK TERMINAL FRANCHISE.
Proposed HtlMl.ooll.lloo orpiirnllini
Would llnllil HalmsM anil I'lrrs.
Tho HiiiImiii Freight Terminal Com
pany, a newly organize! concern which
describes itself as a )Viou,ikiii,io corpora
tion "financed by private banking hou-es."
has a plan for freight terminal develop
ment on the. West Side of .Manhattan
TIum plan will be submitted to the Hoard
of Kstimato to-day with a request for a
The terminal coinMny ask-, for per
mission to build and oiierote with its own
capital a four track freight subway in
Hudson street from Chambers to Four
teenth, thenco to F.ieventh avenue and to
Seventy-second street, there to connect
with the New Vork Contra!, with a spur
to the Hudson Hiver
A tunnel under the Hudson. West street
and Twelfth avenue would connect the
subway with tho railroad terminalr. in
New Jersey liich railroad would have
the US8 of this tunnel without charge,
except a share of the cost of repairs,
and each would have Its own terminal in
The terminal company nl-o asks for
the use of all the vacant and unitnnrnved
waterfront Irom Thirty-eighth to Forty
second street together with permission
either to build piers at this point or lease
trom the city such plera us are already
there Tho railroads would have direct
connection with these piers
The officers naimsl in the application
are Clarence Oarretsui). a lawyer, of 1 70
Broadway, president: J F-dward Rogers
secretary, and Hobert Wallace, treasurer
'h address of the officsof theconceru
is given as C William street, but it was
said there yesterday that lingers "wasn't
th'Te any more "
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Mrs Mai:t Dcvni:, who died In Brook
kl ii n November 2fi last, left a net
estate of Jttl.'iHv3. about equally
divided between real estate and personal
property With the exception of small
Inquests to two siMcrs-ln-law sill goes In
equal shareR to the sons, Charles F and
Thomas W. Dunne, and the daughters,
Mis Agnes 1.. Craves and M?try I!
Jesuit M l-'ARit.l., who died in liroikl,wt
on April 21 last and whose will was tiled
MStrtday. made Iwqmsts aggregating
more than tion.noo Itlrhatd W I'ablll.
brotlur ol thf testator, receives the
hulk nf the estate Alislla F. I tlilllbllllge
nf WollHstnii, Mass.. gets llOnli) and the
Jewels and laces formerly owned by the
wife of the testator Tim Neve Vork
I'lilverslty receives $.',0Qrt to found a
Ureek ami I. alio scholarship prl.c A
similar amount Is htqucathed to the Iong
Island College Hospital.
liviio.N K. Sticki.k, who died on Match
16, 1912. left 30, s39 to Ids daughters,
l,auru May Stickle and Helen S. Spear.
('IIAM.EM If HhITHKBS, who died Sep.
trmbcr 21, 1912, left K,SiiS to Ids wife
Wainwkioht llARtHK, who died Novem
ber 21, inn, left $20fi.:!)5, of which Janet
A. O'Connor got tl3,274.
(jRonut IlKNnr I'otts, a niemivr of the
New Vork Stock llxehange, who died on
NoverulM-r 1, 1 1 1 . had all estate of 72,
71", consisting chlclty of Ills Stock Kx
change sent, lie nwid fiir,732. Ills wife
and daughter shaied $7,U0U.
1'HAIII.OTTH A Van pkn Hkuvci., of
whose r state (iiovge W. WbkcMiam was
executor, and whose ulll was contested
unuccesfully, lift JM.973, chiefly to
cousins. She gave !i,A0i each to th"
Association for Improving the Condition
of the Poor, the H. P. C. A., the .Messiah
Home for Crippled Children and the Daisy
Fields Home for Crippled Chlldten
Mahkh IIuahkowkii, who died In San
Frainieio on July s. 1911, left tl7,253 to
his son Charles and daughter Cdadys,
Louis C. CliM.csriF:, dealer In shellac,
who dbd at Mntrlstown, N. J., left $72n,
H7!i to his widow, two daughters and three
John' T. Mm. son left $4,000,000 to liis
widow, four sons and four daughteis
How-Ann A Hi.nssoM, who died In Si.
Louis, left $8000,000 to his wife and son.
Jamkh IIahwso:), who died hi Liverpool,
left $ti92,l!74 to three daughters and tluee
Wii.i.mm F Nr.witiRK left K'in.if.ii of
which his nephew, IMward T. Kcniurd,
and his niece, .IcsMp A. .Milne, got ?93,lv0
Al.nKRT Coit HorKlNH left $703,300 to
hln widow and two uon.
' :. M' J
FIRE BUREAU LOSES
ITS WOMAN SLEUTH
.Mr. Christopher. Who Mopped
sinokiii!r in rtietorie.
NOW A CIVIL SKKYlCi: .1011
Praised hy Chief.s for Work in
Kedueiim- Nnniiter of
Fur ,ii least ten minuter yesterday
afternoun notlilng less than n three
alarm from the downtown skvsci.iper
district would have engaged the atten
tion of Fire Commissioner Johnsm and
Deputy Chief Smiling 11111 Cuerlu. They
and many more of tin- capable gentle
men who run the department were en
tirely occupied in bidding goodbv to
the department' woman det'Clive, Mrs
Sarah W. II I'hrHopher.
Although she had made a wonderful
record and had passed through adven
tures that might have been envied by
Mrs. (luodwin. the police Department's
celebrated woman sleuth, Mrs. Christo
pher lot her Job yesterday Tlie civil
service turned hei nut to look for a new
occupation and everybody in the de
partment from Itoss Johnson down to
the probationers was genuinely sorry.
Mrs. Christopher Is a little, brisk
j woman with sharp blue eves In which
fun dances usually, but which can
flare down the most truculent factory
forrmun that ever bo--sed a workshop
She s 32 years old, Is married and
has two children. She lives at
123 Wndsworth avenue, Washington
Heights, list September she needed
a Job. She went to Commissioner John
son and asked him to put her to woik.
It so happened that one of the Comnils-
nliiner'.s problems at that time was tires
I caused hy smoking in factories, lnves
j ligations had shown that hundreds of
j dangerous and costly flies had resulted
annually from facility workmen care
lessly discarding cigars or cigarette.
Mrs. Christopher received her p
Btnictlous from Chief Ciiriin and went
to work energetically. She worked twelve
hours a day, visiting clothing nnd nther
factuiies in all p.irlM nf the city. Often
she vvaH refused udmlsslon. At such
times she resorted to the wiles of detec
tives. She disguised herself and applied
for a Job as a ehlrtvvalHt maker or u
machine operator. Whenever she saw
an employee smoking she nrdertd him
It was the promulgation of tho civil
service list of applicants who had
passed such examination tin qualified
them for places us permanent inspec
tors In the Fire Prevention Ilureau
ihut caused Mrs. Christopher to lose
her pl.a. l'niler tho law there was
nothing for Commissioner Johnson to
do but compliment Mrs. Christopher
und wish her good luck. With her
went seventy-eight men who had
served bh temporary Inspectors. Her
place and theirs will ho filled by the
soventy-nlno men certified by the Civil
Service Commission. It will tnko a
year to train the permanent appointees
to the point of elllcluncy that Iuih beon
developed by Mrs. Christopher und the
The men appointed in the bureau nf
fire preventive yesterday were selected
by tho Civil Hervlce CommisHlon after
n examination of more than 2,000 can
didates when James Creelman was
president of the chil service board und
at the time when tho relations between
the .Mayor and the president of tho Civil
Service Commission were strained,
The tentpiirarj appointee, of tho flro
prevention bureau took tho examina
tion. The eltKllilr list allowed that only
au oi iuo uio men passed, oamuei
It-isenblum and Louis Creenlleld remain
Mi tin I 1 1 re. hi at a sulatv of $2.oiin a
vc.ir Five of the new appointees will
get $1 sou ,i vear and eighteen will re-
iiclw l :,ini a vonr The others will
SOCIETY IN WASHINGTON.
Cnullsli llnlliids liy I'oreluo slniti-r
In While Mouse.
V vsltiv, ins. prll .-III Hie President
and Mr- Wil-on had a fen' Irieuds at the
White llou-e tin, ev eiilng lo hear the Mishps
I idler and Mr. 1'uller nl Lngland in a pro
rftamuic, nf old l.ngl-h Kill. ids hi the Fast
Mrs drain attended a meeting of the
Vr-ociutcd llutities till- afternoon
liie i e-l'i e-idenl and Mr Mnr-liall
vveie t'ie gue-ts of Mrs llmm.-ir- I WiiNIi
at the New National I lie itre to-night to
fee I la wit Wurlleld Iti "Ihe lletiirn of Peter
(it nn On 1'rldav night they will l,e l he.
ciie-tr ot tumor at dinner ol Mr- Henry
K I IIIIIOI k
Mr ami Mt- lieorge yen I Mever and
Ml-.-- Mever ll'ive . lo-ed their re-ldetiee In
Si oil I in !e and have untie to the MinreL'tiii
to end oiiio tui.e before ie.iv ing Washing
ion Itr the rummer Mr Mever went to
Nov or! to-da.i
I'ouner ,lusim Drown entertained at
liiro henn to-dav in huiior of memtter- ot the
Wnsiiinutnii National Monument Mieietv
Mlrs .lanet I'l-h of New nrk, who has
I ii the giie-t ot Mrs Nathaniel Krin. U
ha- gone to visit Mr and Mr- Andrew J
Peters The lattel vuis fonneily MUs
Mm tin Phillips
WILSON BEGINS JURY
LAW FIGHT TO-DAY
President Asks Atlvonitcs nnd
Opponents of Men mi re to
k It Over.
President Wilson will be m New Jer
ri tn. night :o make speecliea on the
necfTslty for Jury reform nnd to con
fer with the hading Democrais in te
gard tu ineasiires neiessary to whip th"
Legisluturo Into lino for the special ses
sion which (Jov. Fielder line- called
for next Tuesday.
Willie he was sii:i C,o ernor. Presi
dent Wilson repeatedly called attention
to the fact tha, th" adheiouiri of the
old State machine vveie patiently
awaiting a chance t i rcsunje the di
rc'tlnn of niTairs and in reverse his
accomplislinieiils in the interest of re
form. He feels that In fall tn pass a
law reforming tin; Jury system such as
was promised In the partyVi platform
would encourage the reactionary ele
ments In the party nnd pave t he way
for their return to power.
Despite the earnest appeals nf Presi
dent Wilson and his successor, (low
Fielder, the Legislature fulled tn pass
a Jury reform measure. A bill intro
duced in tlui Senate embodying the
vlcvvn of Mr. Wilson paused that body,
but It canio nut nf the Assembly with
an amendment which the Senate re
fused tn accept.
The President, accompanied by Secre
tary Tumulty and Dr. (Iraysou, will ar
rive In Newark at 7:30 to-night. He
will speak in the New Auditorium nt a
meeting over which Prosecutor Hood
will preside und at which Assemblyman
John A, Miitthuws, tho only legislative
opponent of the Sinlth-Niment comblno
in Kssex enmity, will also speak. The
President will speak afterward In F.llza
bcth and will spend llio night In New
Vork with his friend Col. I-:, M. House,
To-morrow niotnliig President Wilson
will hold a conference ut the Carteret
Club In Jersey City with Democratic
Stnto leadura and with the legislators, at
which a programme will lie discussed.
Opponents nf Jury reform have been In
vited to meet lilm. In the evening tho
President will speak at the Dickinson
High School with Prosecutor Hudspeth,
who is nlno National Committeeman
form New Jersey; (Jnv. Fielder and
AInynr Wlttpenn. He will return to
Washington at midnight.
After .siaiidlng by for llfleen mlniiles
I llstetililK lo tile site. Mil of question put
I to ,i policeman ut a busy corner the
"Donl von get awfully titul of ,m
jeweling Ml! these fool ille:lions that
lute tint to .von hour after hour""
I "Well, rather," said he "Still I've
itot so used to It that then1 Is only one
id the tol Hint makes me nctually boll."
"Willi h one Is that'.'" she Inquired.
"Don't I get awfully tired of nil
vverlng nil the tool quest Ions that other
"i Hi." said Hie woman, nnd hur
" Willi l ate all those funn.v ' little
things some of ttie women who come
through here wear In their hals?" re
lumed a platform man In the Thirty
third street station of the Hudson tun
nel.s the other d.i.v In response to a
question. "Why, they ate the tips thej
I put on their hatpins. These women
collie fiont New Jersey, where there is
a new law ngultist dangerous hatpins.
They put 'em on In Jersey and forget
to take 'em off when they get line.
Most of them use little pieces of tork,
but voMcrilny I saw one who had a bit
of potato stuck mi the end of a pin.
They'd do most an) thing In prefetence
to getting new pins or having the old
ones MiWe'd off."
A visitor from out of town was speak
ing of tin city's remarkable features
and Incidentally piaislng the police.
"i)n one of the recent blowy days,"
he said, "I was crossing Hroadwuy at
Thirty-third street. A gust of wind
aught my hat and It rolled alone the
pavement until a small boy stopped It.
A policeman took It from the boy. When
lie handed it to me I began to brush it
on my coat sleeve.
" Cse this.' said the policeman, offei -Ing
me the niftiest thing In the way of
a small hat brush I had ever veen. 'I
always have it with me on a windy
d.i.v ' "
In the window of an animal and bird
'store not far from Hroadway and
' l'!lglitieth street liangs a r-lgn that says.
"Naiuy. our Angora eat Hint catches
I mice nnd rats, can lie rented by the day
in week "
The Junior member of a b.g electu
c.il sign (onstructlon company was
walking iilorg Hroadway with a friend
after the Theatre. He nodded his head
towaid one of Hie blasting ndv ertlslng
displays In which a horse appeals on
"Ha.s It ever occurred to von how-
EMPTY ROOMS DOT THE
EAST SIDE THIS MAY 1
I.mihIIoi'iIs No Longer TyniiMs
of Old. Thank to
Time was when May 1 nnd the mov
ing van were synonymous; when whole
families carted the morris chair, the
parlor bric-a-brac, the enlarged ciayon
portrait of Cncle Henry, the parlor
organ, the parrot and nil the rest of the
belongings out on the sidewalk, while
the dark browed landlord and the mai
Mial stood glowering by. and ll'tle
Willie rode on the top of the heaped up
wagon to see that nothing was spilled
into the street
Hut that day has passed, at least that's
what landlords on the Kast Side sav
and eel tain com t records apparentlv
back them up. According to Chl?f 'lerl
James .1. Devlin of the Second Dlslric
Munlcliwl Court the lVif2 disposes
cases In 1911 (a dispossess case is slm
ply one where a tenant can't pay nnd
the landlord has the furniture thrown
Into the street) dwindled to 13,060 in
1912. and the decrease Is even jtreate
"There are more vacant a part men is
in New York tills year than ever be
lore," said 11 man who owns many tene
ment houses yesterday. "Usprcltil'y is
tills true on the Fast Side. It med to
be ,1 habit of property owners e.iis,.
rents along about Max I, but It Isn
any mote. Then Hi" demand w
grea,er than 111" supply, but tim '
the other way around.
"The subway, the elevated nnd th"
fit rybo.-it.s are causing more and more
people to bee lii, the outl.v Ing d'strli's
The landlord used to lie pictured as .
tyrannical sort of a brute .b ,
nourished n club over th head of the
poor frightened tenani and told lilm
'Come across,' but he Isn't like tha
Atul the Dispose.s Club' ilier 01
'1,0 Hasl Side the Dispossess Club was
the iiiinie given to certuin musouta
tndr, iduals who followed the marshal,
mound on May Day and took a hand m
piling furniture into vans for a reiotu
pcilre. Hut M-day the Dispossess Cluo
m i ordlng 10 .me of the original chat
ter members', is tin more. There l;n
enough for it to do.
Cnrtuitdy tn Xre Whllmnn Tii-dn.
Attorney-Ceiieial Carmndy has sen
word thai he will come to Ihe nislnct V
torney's nllice to-day and discuss the pin 111
for presenting to the Orand Jurj ev
ill-lien taken In Albany nt the Semite In
vestigation Into extortion charges brimr,!!'
against Senator Stllwell.
A Spring Health
Mistake Many Make
(Martin's tlrnllli Uul.lci
"It. is 11 common miMukp, inmly liv
nuiMt nonnlo nflne tin. w !ni.,e ,'..
think they 11111 k ihroiiBh Urn summer
ciijivihk kihsi iieiiiwi wiinnui. first llil
diiiK tho Hysteiii of dm poisons awl im-
piiniics in 1110 moon vvnien catiRo most
Hjirinj? iiilmentw, fovur and nlcknft6.
Touct properly, KivfiiK needed nerKy
and notirinhmont to tho body, the, blond
iniiHt be pure.
"Of all sprliiK-mndiolnpH nonn equals
tlm ivoiul nl,l-fnul(.ti,.ul lmmA I . .
mudo by dihsnlvliiK !y cupful hurim-uiuI
olio niinco Konleno (which can
boiigni ut any rtniK btore) in ij. pint
nlonhnl Ihnn nililliin. b,,t witt.A.
, , ..v .. w..,.,,, ,,w, f.iV, ii, intuit
11 nllnrl It. la onaili. n.n,l., n t m..ii .
i.,u.u i niilUII nw
and u tablitbpnotiful taken beforo meals
win no wontiors ii purifying tho blood,
removing nullownotta nimnlna ..n.l ,.
HtorinK tlm liver to normal action, It
lennm-n mticit MfUtllll ami pwirRy In
11 worn-out body give one vigor, an
annntito hikI Mtisimrlheoa il.. I,...!,, .1.
I sues of both old and young.
detailed must be ihe work of Hie sign
builder tu replesellt the movement "f
living beings in bulbs, nnd make them'
nrtlslleally realistic? We have to u
far illicit! sometimes to obtain th" llfo-
Jlllic ell'fct Thill horse, for evainple,
I plants Ills hoofs Just s in real life
jiitheiwlse thai sign would be an lilii- ;
(mated cartoon. Now, to get the Individ- ;
, mil or disjointed movements nf the legs J
i In their order nf sequence the litllldei :
, minded that Ihe eye of the enmer.i Is
I keener than man's, piocured the mo- '
Hon picture film of a galloping horse
nnd. examining encli snain-hol. drew Ills
plans III duplicate. Hashing Ills bulb
on and off with the same speed em-
plo.ved by a movie operator, the de
signer has produced the effort nf smooth ;
and cotiliniimis motion
A stranger in New Votk. seeing n
crowd giitheieil on the north Hdc of
Park row near the subway entrances
unshed his Way through. .thinking IWn
n minder at the least mill be the at-i
traction. What he saw was Joe. Man- I
haltan's champion newsboy. In the act of ,
accommodating ihe o'clock rush ctowd
with an average of thirty "polpers" a j
Joe strips down to shoes, "pants"!
shirt and suspenders when he gets under
way. He can take the customers as lasl j
as they collie, never misses one and
makes change like n cash reglstet As
sistants keep him supplied wltti nn arm- 1
fill of the latest editions, so he ti'-vet
has to leave Ills stand, a space ten fei I ,
long, wherein ho runs back nnd forth !
like a caged animal. Me thinks nothing
of selling u thousand papers a day by
hand and every afternoon a crowd gntli ,
era to see lilm In action.
Joe Is one of the sights of I'ark row-
In n shoii w unlaw 111 Wenduver ne-
uile. where mothers and their baby bug-
....... 1.1. ...i. ,i, i,i. .ii- i .... I
mer niirii i,u,. ,v ,i,r-,, , .. -
, pedestrians Into the roadway, is painted
ja rough draft if a peramliulutoi . P.
' neath Is the legend-
"Itep.urlng and rtnr.ige. We take care j
i of your carriage and put It In older
for the next baby n slim I notice" j
l TaMcnbs are growing both In favor,
and In numbeis In the city, but It l I
' nevei theless a tact lh.it the hnnsnni '
the gooil old banom iab. s "comliii.'
back." In these spring d.ivs many pe
sops prefer the slow going horse diavvn
' vehicle to the olttlmes too rapid and
noisy taM for an afternoon drive of an '
hour or two nt the pntl. And on .1 I
1 sunny Sunday afternoon 11 is almosi
' .mpossiiiie to llml one of the old tune I
j hansoms disengaged
FLY FIGHTER RESIGNS.
IZilivHr.l llnleli In Start h lllvnl
sneliilltin nf MviiflrrN.
IMnnid H11U.I1. .Ir, rather of the "swat
llir til'' ,.w nm.nl .ellti ,trn,-..w f l.'.tl
Fifth avenue, said esterda thai be had '
resigned as chairman of the tlv lighting I
committee of the American Civic Asso- J
He will iniillnue to war on the tlx. bill '
not ns .1 member of the 01 giuilzatlon
Moreover, the other members of the com- 1
mlttee of which he was liialimau, Mr.
Hatch Intimated, would leave the .-ikso-elntlnn'to
take up the crusade under Mi
j Hatch's leadership
' "Too many side Issues have ciept into
the work," said Mr Hatch, who tcfiired
to make further explanations and seemea
' hurt because Itlrhard Watrous, secretary
of tho association, lind given out an In
terview repi creating hltnsjlf as the origi
nator of tile movement
You'll Be Healthier and Happier Every
Day in the Year If You Regularly Drink
Pnftsser Koch, eBttlin. and other noltd tclmtliti agne thai the drinking of
clinically pure carbonated mater uch at WHITE ROCK It one of the moil
efficient meant of aiding dilation.
Dellciout. tparkltng WHITE ROCK alwayt comet to you In nn, ttenllted
hmlm. tiraithtfrom the famout WHITp ROCK Spring at Wauketha, Wit.
think WHITE ROCK. "You'll
I The Brooklyn "Eagle"
423, 433, 433, 437
New York---the most badly
governed city in the world-
Former Mayor of Glasgow's
Women arc the
frrcar buyers of arti
cles for the home
especially the toilet.
But when men
America's busy men
to buy Pebeco Tooth
Paste we can well
alTonl to learn the
"reason why." (It's
a fact Pebeco is in
troduced into homes
chiefly by men.)
But why ? Arc
men quicker to sec
the true significance
and clangcrof "acid
mouth11 the first
to understand the
value of the acid
mouth test ?
Wife and children
are always ready "to
be shown11 arc
quick to grasp the
simple truth that the
cause of nearly all
tooth decay is acid
mouth arc quick
to know that Pcbcco
Tooth Paste abso
lutely prevents acid
mouth. 11 n Joy Pebeco ?
Iwcryone delights in
the purifying, really
that it gives.
10 Day Tricl Tube and Acid
Tat Papers sent Free on request.
Lehn & Fink
120 William. Street
Hot yeart longer. "
Vt 11th Stree.