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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, APKIL 29, 1911.
ONE RMflY IT'S HARD TO FIND T Head of License Bureau Says i Employers Make Them Feel They Are Menial. .4 SUGGESTS NEW REMEDY Says They Should Be Put on I v Same Plane as the Em- j ployces of Stores. ( Tn ii report sent to Mnyor Claynor to day Hrriiiau ltobltiaoti, Commissioner of Licenses, discusses the servant problem fit considerable length. Tim Commis sioner, whose, department Itrnnse and lemilatcs employment agencies. Includ ing thosn which furnish domestic sar atlts, has been making a study of the I'rolileni, Mr. Kohlnsou says Hint fewer ser va its nte sought this year ttitn last, nl thoUKli tho rate of la higher and tlie demand for servants In ns meat. In Canada tho demand for household rervants Is urentrr now than In New York, Tlm Canadians are trylim the rpe Inn'tit of employing neKrcsies finiu the South to ilo their household Vtnrk , Commissioner tlnLtneon also obervs t.iat while toe niiinber of you n R womon eeeklmr employment us stenographer, nil tsp'ss it J1 ami Js a week !n New To I t Is fur I'l excess of the. ilcnaii'l, I le number f ilomestk' sea-1 van h Ik i.mlilly dlmmlshlnc He Suggests a Remedy. "Tue dependent status of th home lnl servant Is r"-lonslblc." says th Commissioner, "and until employer of sen ants place them on tho !atne notln; n worklne wimieo In other -walks of life, micIi as ntnVe assistants and aales. womr.'i In "tores, the yarolty of do ilies! sonants will eontlmie. "Tie .'d vim t qu.llon ll aifltateil per ulstintly im.l from various viewpoint The ptnploynient ncente twin to think ' that the nearest th head" of hou"' holds can come to oolvlnir tho problem for thetnsi!e. Is not to ty to show ihe servant Hint she Ih a menial, but to Ireoly com-cdo that shit has rlffhts VhMt should ho respected, "Kmplovcrs of servant!! are flndlnc It to their ad van t tig to lift the household worker out of fin dependent cla.s and mak" her statin more like that of em ployees In stoics and office with defi nitely timlerrtood hours of labor. Tho Increase In th number of 'day workers, or servants wlm work ty the day and return to their homes at nltrht. ! Indi cative of the tendency In tM direction. Itnt It Is lcar that the worklns hours of w Tintj as well ns their periods of tee.ntion ni'in be better systematized t i.tn at prent If the dliriiMiltlcs of the pro.iletn ar In bo lessened." The t 'ouilMlsloiiei s report says thst Jn the east M IntelllKenen offlres, nli'ii' forelKn-spenkltiK belp Is pilncl Ji.illv ipplled, t'.p Hivnlllni rato of tv mn .1- foll.n I'ooks, CSi.CO a month WHltiese, V- a luontli: general koiiHt.worUci'H, tl o h month. Outlook for Labor li Bad. It 1 also fit I'm Hi that the conditions rf thr unskilled labor niarkt denote l urd Mnic f Itillniailh nte not miiklnp the lniiioi.inintH and extensions they had iiinlciiipl.'iti.d, and tho waui's of laboretn luivo Iiillen below the prevail ItiK nit" lnt voa.' Many liiborers are Idle, but ulthoiiKh th" farmers lire mine In need of men than ever, the elass of vuirl.Pi'1 out of iciIm in the pity will not ueeppt in' nil' imahle to do farm work. I.a ir .iei'Iii l"s report conditions wo ii than lti p.ir." the report dei I ires ' Tl,i. pi efent sprinsr was not in a' iv anoil a tho xprliiK r 1SIU T' eiiie.- de 11. 1. i.i fur mi ek lled mr .on-eK t. 'he employment Ken. les 'rim . mint, and vIlliiR" otll- a1! 10 an pii-hlnic jiolilK- works and tmlldlm: fill's. If t'u- railroad men are liaikwaril 0 'iinklntc Improvome tits, tlm ron iiik p i'i"l.irlt or the motor car and t.i" torro-imnillni: demand for belter roads 1.1s t.. j.u:iin eMent compensated ( lie labor ma- kid. T1 e nii'iiber of men sent out f fir x iinplo.viiient avent .i i intr.ut '1 101 ers diirlntc the I -p-sp vpi: ptiillm; A 1 '"II. was .'i'i.."i.ri, of whom weic 'i on iransatliinM.' hlp lis ittie at'enil.ints. Thnse tlKures do not up I to 1'"' ii iiiiOer of faim hands fiii'in- aid. lie law makes 110 pm vision ir Pt"ilompil ai;eiiclp report Intf tue 'inii.tr of farm nurker thpi uppl ' ('.in mi'- oiie lloblnson doe not favor t c psmbllshineni of free employ nun' an cntis idrliKi' by Suite 01 11. tint (paint "Women Ulrlnif spiiants throiuli el't or (Stale biireaiis, ' he says, "mlwli p- pect so ninth of t'le"p servillllv f.ltl the latter would not stay pj, 1 elr . rmploymeiit l nilo'inteiiiy ntcb e o Idoyers wou'd took for better not e from public than from prltalo aiten. les, nnd fulllnc to Klve It. ihe puliHi. em ployment bureaus would be condemned Kvcn tf they ale f.i ly sncresful Ir o'her countries, their i'iivi- here must lie reiranljd as doubtful" LAST DAY OF BLIND EXHIBIT. 'iip Holler Nkittlnic hihI Chess Ulnlclies A in o 11 k tlir features. i Those who have not yet been to tJ'.e blind workers' ex-hlhltlon at the Metro politan Opera House mint hurry, for the exhibition closed to-nlitlit. Onlni; to IKshop (Ireer's objection lo a Hun day oponlim, the fren day t.at was ' planned will not take place, but the ad- I mission for to-J'iy, the lust day, has , Jioen reduced to ten rents, a t a spitum! ' progr.vnime 1 a.s been atranRed. I IWInd mlldrca will kivo a display of fanoy roller akallnir, and It Is believed that t'lls Is ihe tlrst Hum that mien an I nKhlhltlou has been Men III this country. 1 Ten blind chess ni inters will cnalleni; ten righted poisons. . Bishop Clroer made a strnn appeal !st nlJitit fov a new home for the Now! York Association for ihn Wind, Only :W,(W, ho said, was ne.'dsd. nnd Jlno,. jM had slreadv been Klvn "lesldent Tsffs chair will b an. 4 to-nlfbt. EVAN GIRLS CHILDREN III i;4I iJt lit. p. - W. '-vi'Li'-Vrl "TFS- '-" V -! U flr-H 'I I 'J iv HnSl isHls ,w i'-Sal; Khr' - H-?- ' . W HARLEM MATRONS WRATHFUL OVER LOSSOEFINERY Entrusted to Dyer, It Disap pears as Messenger Hoy Is on Delivery Trips. From line Hundred nnd Sixteenth 1 street to Mount .Morils l'arlt, tbrn Is : Rnei ttniioiiniicn sioiik Firth avenue, while matrons of Harlem neicleot their babes to lien-all the fate which has shorn them of the finery laid nwav In moth balls n your ami to await th aornln? of another sprlnar. Kver and anon, thej cast baleful Klances upon the clpanlnif nnd tlyelm; emporium ut No. 1,151 I'tftli nvenue, Within, the iiroprletoi-. liiati Wohl, sits In foar nnd trrmbllnir lest the wrathful matrons swoop down upon him to make Kood theli muttered threats. And yet, 6h surlnlclns; l(tnatr. Is not to blauip, The storm v, hloii races aliuut him traces ttn origin to overzeal for hl patrons. IkiiiiIz Is entrprislni;. Me dyes to tue' sitUtTacU.-in o' his most finicky patron, and to wive his custom- els the need ' ..'lambct.ni; down tllehts of atalrs and back niiln, 'he ensured, some weeks aso, a youth name.1 Kranl: ( 'amello, whose nifdJier !s the Janllrejs at No. 13.U Fifth avenue. With tlif advent of Krank began the trouble. Ostrich phtme, white e car no, and dyel cerulenn blue to con form with the season's modes, flld to reach the destination wTvlther iKiiatz de spatched his mesveiiBor. Marabou boas, steamed and curled to look like new, dlsaprxwred In transit. Irate customers decanted fhlr prop, eity, and Iitnatz could answer only that he had sent them by youns Ca mello. The youth vowed that he had delivered his bundles and could offer no explanation of their failure to 'ar rive. Ignatz. vexed, fired Camello. Then came the discovery that probably j)0 worth of finery Intrusted to Ignatz had taken wlntrs and flown awa. , Yotin C'amcllo llsppeared aixl fur days the detpetlves ijouifht him. Not until tn-da-y could he be found, and then he was nabbed as he was sneak Inc bad: Into his mother's rooms and taken to the t'hlldieu's Court charged with Juvenile didln'iu"ncy. But the finery l still unfoiind. Ilinr'i Wnr Vtlnlsli-r on Tonr. ST. ITrKlfsnt'llO, April '" -I.leut. Hen. ?iik.!iomllnoff, the Minister of War, left to-d.iv for a two month"' tour of In'lipctlon In I In- Kar Hunt and MoiiRolla. The trip I" undertaken as the renilt of the condilions In the Tar IJjm a illscli.sisl In a jepori recmtlv recett esl by the Foi'eiu-n Ollb from the Itus.hin Mlnlstpi ai I'i klni; T ! i " port had to do hiiiouk other thlnns with ihe attitude of the Chinese tor. mil tb Itus.lans, wlil.-n It l reporle I Is not wiollv deaslni; 10 this flm eminent. To Epicures: Any pli sic jii w.ll (rli v.m ilut your llraltll, 1 well lupp.nest, will ilcpfibi largely upon What You Eat, How It Is Cooked, How It Is Served, When You Eat, Where You Eat. Vou cm eat rlKht, ilf.p rlfiht ami tti rlKht it you patk votir trunk and mote to a UotrdliiK Hou wlier? condition"; 'are "Just what the doctor ordered." Sunday World '"Boarder Wanted" Adi. To-morrow Will Prove Profitable Head ing to Particular People, OF RICH AT PLAY ON RIVERSIDE DRIVEWE QUEENS BY ELEANOR SCHORER Champion Girl And Canada DORO.TJiyC6!!3tiBE.Li: (WAVES REVOLVER Stranger Forces Boarding House Keeper to Take Him Into Every Room. Detective" are e-arr.hlnic for the un identified man who was so anxious to see .Miss Julia Welsensteln of No. 377 I'.hM One Hundred and Thirty-sixth street last night that he compellod Adam Kraft, who keeps a boardlnit house at that address, to pilot lilm all over the house under the inter of a re volver while tho visitor searched each room and the cellar for Miss Wifn stcln. Miss Welsensteln Is twenty-seven years of age and a milliner. She live at tlm Kraft lions", with some fifteen other hoarderr. lust nlcht a tall man, with dark hair. . Icun-aiiaven and swarthy, called at the hotim and asked to see Miss Welnste.n." Kraft roncluoisl that the visitor wanted Miss Wulseti ateln mill went to her room to call Jiei. II" came :,aek wltn the Infoi'mutlon that the ynumr woman uas not at borne The stranner said that he did not believe Kraft. To imphasize h.s d strust ihe man drew a lecolter and ordered ICrati to show him to the woman's toom. K'raf; did s .. Tin- man looked 1111 ler the lied. In the clo,at nnd tlift. lim.lc a peronalli . ondui led searcli uf all of the oilier rooms In the house. When they ri'inhpd tl.o kit hen whcie Miss Km.i Kraft, dnuKhti-r of the tnnnliiK niastir W.is pi. PL-Ilia dlnne., that .toum; won,. 1 moit one look ai the levolior, droppou he dlshps and lied. Aflpf the pplhir had been .seat chid ihu man math. Kraft leimilu u thr kitchen until he uot itway. Then the poll.'" were notlllpil. Miss Wei.i n-teln came In live mini, tea after the jt trail . Mm said that alio did not know am man of tho description Klten. Sh said that a tteek ad a rhnrt man hud followed bet- In Willis sivnhuii, nnd the only twiy sho could account lor the stralme tUlt waa thut soiiitt unknown admirer had found bur address and mule a determined effort 10 call 011 1 1 er. ' FINED AS SPECULATORS. I hr- t'rote.t Thry tlerrlr Wlabed to IMspose uf llxtrit Tlntirta, i Two men were lined 110 each In Nlrht l'o'b Cwii" by MaKlstrate KreschI as 'UI.et speculators In spite of the faot i tuat they hot .1 denied they were regu lar speciili-itor.s. Henry Stephiina of No. iK West Twen . ty-flfth atreet told the Mntflstmu he I Had an evtra ticket - the Orand Opera I House and simply wantoj to dispose of It, bo he would not lose money. I Frank (lyan of No, 213 Tenth avenue said he timl expected to take a sir to the Orand Opera House and when ho found she could nut so he nsult an effdrt to diupvse of the 1k-Uets. WHILE SEARCH NG FOR YOUNG WOMAN Golfers of Who Sail JMiX"VOWiS WUASEiBAEJrlS.1. FLORENCEHAR.V.E.y HIGHWAYMEN ROB BOY AT BANK DOOR AS CROWDS WATCH One Holds Little Theodore Wacker While the Other Takes Si 5. With hundreds of people within axm's lenirth of .hem, two hlKhttaymn at II ,,t , . ., . , . . , , o clock to. day he d up a nlne-yeir-n d . ...i.je.t uoy on me stairway leauttiK into the , Corn KxrhariKe Hank, at rorty-second J street nnd Klithth avenue, stole the money which th" little fow was tn have deposited In tho bank, and madn their tret an ay without a hand licliiir raised In stop them, and with only the little victim In pursuit. Theodore Wacker, the nine-year-old win of Henry Wacker, a roal estate and Insurance aifeut, of No .".it! 'West Forty-llfth street, was the ltot" held up and It was not until Mr. Wacker i anie to the West Virly-evintn .street Motion and reported the occurrence that the police knew nnythltiK about It I'ho policeman on pot did not see tue robber), nor the little felohv running iflcr the thieves, crylmr at the lop .f bl mice, nor was he attracted by 'he little irroilp that ,'iithcri-d about the !.obolli: .toiiturster when his llttl le.s ttouM not carry lilm any further In ..he Pha-e. Kittle Theodorr had been ent lo the hank lit bis father, lie put the bank book with the money and checks In tended for d"polt Into tli" lii'dle pocket of bs sink coat and his father carefully buttoned up the boj s topi oat. When lip leached th" hank a number of de. posltors wi-ie passhiR up .inn down tin stairway leaillnij Inside. Two Men Seized Him, Tlie doom or the bank ."tood nnp open JUi as I neouoru reached Hie ton of th" stairway and was about m enter the Unite two men, whom ... uflerwarilh described as Itejnir ab.iit thirty-five .tears obi, one with and hair and the other dark-haired ami wtarlntT classes, seized him. The boy thisurht ths men were Ky. .arkliii; an1 lauuhed when one of then ca uht him by the arms and held i.lm Ilut .al liiuarhter tnrnl to eiteeetileu,, fr:rht, when the man nrirliiK eye-ir!-a-cs beiran to unbutton his top .out "I,et me tro," 1ho little fellow lied, as some inkllnsr of what the men were dolmr dawned upon him Hut fi miin with Uie Kiajows. accordltiK to the 'boy's story, clapped one hand over his mouth, and oponed Ills top coat, Thn he fum bled a-ttoilt until Jie discovered the lo- ! cation of the bank book. I'nbuttonltiK the little ok coat, the mail with the Kinases took out the bankbook, removed $15 In Wile and replacing tho checks, which totalld about 1200 returned the bank book to Tr,odore'i pocket Thu other man releaatd hla hld on United States to Get British ! the bov nnd the two started down Forty-aecond treet toward Ninth ave nue. The little follow, almost pnralyrert with frlicht, atood on the back stairway for a minute or two, Then h started after th men, who wer balf way toward Ninth avenue. Boy Pursues In Tears. With thw tears ruiinltiK down his cheeks, Theodore ran after the hlKh wajmen, who kept looklmc bock ovor their shoulders as they hurrlnl away When they saw that til little fellow had started In pursuit, they broke Into rt trot. ny this ttm- Theodore had found ids voice and bewail houtliiK "Stop thief,1 but the crowd on the 'avenue paid no attention to him, althouirli thn thieves' liad passed them but n moment before. At Ninth avenue tho crooks turned tha corner and disappeared, and when the boy respited the' corner tho insa . "r 1 '"'"' ' T' "VH " "r dock and lien kiivo up the chiise. . t . . . A n H,rri frying, H rimv.1 catherl. and lie told his story to them, Jlut althoiiKh men went eciiiTylnit In every direction to find a policeman, noii" could be found. The lK.y hiiur aioiiml the neiKhlstrlMKMl. hoping that the crooks ,! lttl Bulpliurlp arid if she would Hhow up. and then went homo, atnl(1M nill r,,tll)ll , j, h(llnr loui jias laioer Tho policit of West Korty-sventh street elation have, slatted an invcstl Katiou. 'but owlnx lo too viticue deaenip- tlon furnished bj the la I hat" no ex-1 peclatlon of arresting tlm hlirliw nymeii FIRE IN APARTMENT. Tell II 11 1 III tlmtlteiill t.-lllli Mouse '1'lll.i'H to Ml'l't'l, Mr .lolin Stewart Slaw son s ap.nt- j ii t hi on tlm foil nil It if Ine llve- Kiiirv apartment house at No llij Mndtsou ate nue. as dimaaed by tlie tills afternoon, and all of the tenauia In the house wctti taken to tile street ll) Kilkenell Willie the III. men f.Mix it the blare. A small alcohol lamp Is sipposid lo bate been tlie can of tlie . M'ltpmetit. Mr". Hlawson, Mies Alice Sluwsoii and Lawrence Slav. son. a biokei, ave two apartments In t'u. boiire The- '.ter awa fmm houH and .Miiraarei ml ecse. a maid, was ibero alori" I'oli. e in.m Hrady I rum Hi" Kp.. ITIk'iD (.IkIiIIi Htreet Hlatlon, .-..lit n .in alarm and then returned to (jet t t. nanis m i it. Htreet .Union; them win. t . n llr. a o" Mrs. Ufoie Adriitr ..i tiio'u bid 1he measle" Lilt . '.i" Ins lit.. I l'i tin., houm. T ... II .I I V'.'iiii dam 8ie to tie Slawsnu a' ' SEES HiR CmLD IN FIRE. timber t'llllila When IMul ninle I'llslii's Little Sun lulo I'liimes, KrrdcrlPk .Stevens, ir visr ol.l .m of Jotin Steven" of No JIM I Wfllster uveiiun, The llronx, ,n tikim to t e I'ordhum Hospltnl this afternoon In a critical condition from l.nrus With n number of o'hir boys he was piatint, iihout bon'lrn In the vsi itu l .t al Vilnliu tlm Stevotis home, and on of tu bjy.s playfully pushed ll'tle Kred crick Into the fire. Mrs Stetiins, who was at the win dow, p;iw her sou In the Urn and fainted. Joseph Leonbrun, a baroei. saw tho child's peril and ran to hL re-e-ue. Willi his linnla he beat not the fire and sUHtnlniid "Vnrn inirm himself T ie boy was terrlnlt I u n. 1 about ibo legs, side and hea I, T;5 ..'mm ill '..iv ft Title E.rF,IEtC..NESBl.U HELD FOR THREAT TO MAR WIFE'S BEAUTY BY ACID I , I lusbaiul in Court After Des- peratc Pleas to Win Her Mack to Him. Mrs. Jennie llonlneelli, her eyes spirkllmt with wrath and her prott) head toslnc. confronted her himband. Harry K. Ilordensleln of No. 2 West One Hundred ;uid Nineteenth street, be bef.ir" MaKlHt'iit" O'Connor m llarlini Court In-day. The younK man was oli'irped with tbreatenlnir t fi.m- t.r Mr llordenstPin .ild the younK man made their married lire ltiipo.lhh tilth Ill a few weeka afler the wedilluif Hhc went to the biuii" of her uncle, whiiivu her Kuarillau fmni chllilhool, at No, j 07 St. Nicholas (in line and lived there. '""- ," ':' r sh,; ..om. td. lined, her husband bud been follotvln 1 In r on the stie. t beiiKliiK her to return I to lilm, rilttdsliiK ln'i' toilettes as too ! attriictlt'" und Kenerally unnoyltiic her I by his watchfulness. lie oiertouk lier, she said, at ri NIpIioIiis ati'tiiie and One lltiudrnl anil . Foul tuPIith stlpel on Tuesday, stood n ' front of her and iliclan-d that If he dtd not cuiii" back to him b" would sph to n that sli" lost In r charm for I'tervniHl p-p. Ilo would throw silpliurl a d I her face. M iKistratP O'Connor Nmcd a sin loons to htm lo no loco,, 1 1 ind ixia . hlni'i'lf. ' "Ilut I love hrr. ' sill. I in i i II.i ii n ! -tela, "and I want her i.. c. o. n. I in ail broken up aUont it " A coinplaiiit of dlsniibtrlt mid . Innleidl HK.i 'int lie tins' 1 1 id mi. I I" tt put unilei H'ei cm. I', f.u HUH M .n, lav tint, wiimoii Iii ll.fl.lu. ..,.,. ... t 1 1 It I I M . i , ii . Vp.ll i flu windrow wn-'.ii of sew .t i a. lit.. i In Norfolk eailt to-da.' m ii' i. K.I tin .nl.iiet to-olMllt nf lb" Pew lot I'laltt. Club, at Will' ll ll" Will IIP IK I hoi .i. with I' id-ill i: A. Abb ma. of tlie I'nltfislt) of VliKlnln. and nutk Hip piiuilpal add'iss To-.lai lint WIIon ricelted the members of tint Woodiov WIIhoii Ileum, mil" Club one of tile first nritiinUatl'iiis formed to boom Mr. Wilson for the next Leoi . ernllo Presidential nomination. Certainly ! Vou ran expect strenRth from pioper footl Try Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason" SAIL TO CAPTURE BRITISH LAURELS . ......... ive (..rlUiampionsW.il I ry lor Title at Portruh Tmirnainent. I'lte champion i;lrl itolfei., three t'aiiH.llutis and two Ainei Iciins, "ailed on the Caledonia of the An. hor line tn-ilaj, bound for I'm triish, In North of Itelatid, where they will r petit for the woman's ehumplonshlii tlie' J It 1 1 ii 111. The match will l.n plated betwetii Ma II and P Mls liniothv Campbell 'of Hamilton, On 1 11 1 In, champion woman KoHer of the I'I'iiviiki- of Ontailo, Canada, im.l tha I'tilled States, hciiilrd tlm llltle party , Then rntui Miss I'lotptice llnrtey, who I was the Canadian champion In IW3 , ami l''l, nnd Miss Kllle C. Nesblt. who1 Is credited with a drltit of 2M janls, the lonip'st ever m.nl" by a woman In Canada. The Misses llnrtey and Noh- , , bit nrn also of Hamilton, Ontario. The American Klrls who will com-' pete for Ihn championship of (Ireal i Britain aro l.oillse II Clklns and Mary IKowns, ltoth of 11 1 1 stiuru. Ml si IClklus won the champlouslilp of the North and South at I'luehurst. N. C, last 1 summer Miss Kownj' was her run- ! ner-up. I Her four companions acknowleilKe Miss Caniplll their peer nnd they urn conllilntit that she will wtest the championship of litest Britain from the present holder, Miss llinnl Suttle. Miss Campbell was born In HiNilland and learned the name of Rolf at the 11 Kit of two years. She won her flist medal when she was twelte .tears old, Hlii' and .Miss llartey will compel" for the championship of Scolland. They will loturn to compete for the cninnpinninip or 1 niian.i 011 aniy and will b entered In ths Ilnlteil States ehnmidoiislilp math a llaltusrol In October L ON HORSE RACED WITH FIRE T Saved Many Families Whose Homes Were in Path of Forest Flames. roucimcnni'siic, n. t.. Apm A number of farmers and their families Uvliiic near this city owe their lives to a younK Klrl, who rodo on horseback flout house to huuso eaxly yesterday warnliiK them of thn approach of a de vastating forest tire. Her Identity la not known. Tho girl vlsllM more than ten farm houses between HlKhland and New 1'lu.tz. Hhn beat upon the doors of each with a whip and earned the Inmates of the approach of tho llatnes. The farm ers not away In wairoii before tile flro spread lo their places. In one Instance tthero the family had no horses thn trlrl led th" members o a nearby house where another farmer was preparing to net away In a farm wacon, A locomotive spark started tha fire, which la still riiKlmc Ills Time st CelHc Park, Tlie Taper Handlers' t'nlnn will hold their annual outlliK and ironies at Celtic l'arlt tu-morrow. The prmtramm.. In cludes football, pushball, tUK-uf-war and a dam-lntr contest Tho proceeds fiom the sal. i of llckuu will xo toward tho burial fund. , Consumption is rommiiiiicablc; llu'rofore prpvcntiililt', Il.s uerms arc curried in tin diseliiirc.s from iniilllli ad mi.al oru'iins, espc- cinlly when dried mil miiii'led with" hist and mr. elitilnte freelv nnd disinfect with Ptett's I liliult - Uisinfei laid. To fi'iplot ill smi'lliiii, disinfectants wlmh !idvcrli'e tlicir presence i . : i . i i" in itc mis piriiMi ami criiiciMii i c i.i L i i , I. N'ld everywhere. rile I lcnr In in a, v l t t 1 1 hill. New i ink i it.v. for tree I lunik a til .-tlimplc Imltlc A daily ODOL- izin" which lakes only a few mo ment prevents, inoth tie c.'iy anil It'uiiblcs w ilh iiinnlli l.'MKl t I: roll t . 'iSimnlt lllll-ll ll.c dill 2.. . . . . .i .i. .i :ilii.t iiii.c ine inoiiiii Willi , ii ut or nte limp, m ui'.u k i V, I in a It' 1 1' tt . del .1 m i KV 1 "''ineni at YLtptalltlnunists' 1 .it or htc limp, uf 5(h Iwtlh. ; Geo. Ilonitelill & Co. flU I I I II I IB cm VorlL 0 WARN FARMERS fhkriies Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels colds and Headaches; due to constipation. Bes( for men, women and children ; young and old. Toqet its beneficial effects, always note the 'name of the Company. al!fokn!a Jig Syrup 0. piaimy prime a on in front of every packaqt of the Genuine meek 1. a tailor, jweivi'i 5oMi I air Then I ral.nl a nimptia And board thr rnmpatil And bekrd the llo'.n'i mate." Home-making it a real art. Why not keep it no? 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Tho provlHlon chatn Ihjw aro llneil with genuine white. "VjtrwiiM" isircolaln cnatnol. Thorn la no paint to illscnltir, crack or pool off, No crevices, slots or ilarlc corners to hold Burmt.. lOtwy to keep clean just wio with u damp cloth. You savo Ice whllo main. ululiiK tho low ti'mjiora turn of 10 ileu. V caii provo all our claims, l.ut us allow yon. All rityjea, anil prices. White F.namel Refrigerator Co. Of- NLW YOKk; 59 Wet 42nd St., N. Y. Make the Liver 1 Do its Duty Nine tirari ia tan when iLo lircr ia riU ths) tioniarh and Istwrli are right- CARTER'S LITTLE UVF.R PILLS enlly liut firinljr corM-y :l a Ury liter to tin ill duty. Cuiti Con. aupsiiou, jfisu Indigea. jSTjr lion, tar .tllZ, alipstion, Diitrcii after Eating. ftm.ll Pill, Small Do... 3-.ll Priea Genuine ou.iu-.r Sigtntui'o V s . " ti mil lUUntr karroo jr.tTtJi win i urirft jr.a a