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XH U liVJSHiHO WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1013.
IS EXPLAINED BY
H ft to Prevent Filling
Maw of Machinery
m WORK FOR THOSE HERE.
We Women Have to Fight
Influences," Declares Miss
inui ha ml
Stranrtto of mind ul raal knowl
Mp of tha cm around bar, aha
wvald flatly rstuss to marry until
esaOlUoa wara cbang'sd. Bha would
ay to tha man coma oonrtlnf,
aad tha hunry ohlldran la Mis
worn. Olva tualr father a Urln(
wasjs. CMra thalr mothora nomas
war thay may rat aad grow
treat. Doat coma talking to ma
a lova matll 70a Bar dona that.'
tama day woman will aay thaaa
wtrrda, f mam aoattaaa to coin la to
MH Mood of ahUajom."
Jfcr M( gray ayaa flowlna. bar Hgat
flwaro trembling- with tha aajnaatnaoa
at bar oonTiotlon, aOaa Kata Barnard
uataJtarmaly raps 14 tha prophooy of
a aoarrUara atrtka with whloh aho o
dbrtnrbod an audlaneo of tavaral hun
drat working rlrla roeonUy. kfUa Bar-
s othor namo la "Oklahoma Kata,"
aha la the woman who haa twlco
lad tha Democratic ticket to victory In
Oklahoma for tha office of Bute Com-
massionar of Charttlea and Correction!.
Sk la particularly wen known for her
prison reform, and to-morrow
will apeak at the Berkeley Theatre
bar new eat project, the "Hull
of the outhweat."
HARBOR OF RbFUQE FOR DIS
Twenty ml lea outalde Oklahoma City
ake baa bourn t a big tract of land
which aha Intenda to make a eoclal
centre for all tha surrounding country.
It will also offer employment to man
ulaohsrgsd from prison. These men
win bare a ohano to learn agriculture,
dairy farming or poultry raising, ao
that latar on they may buy land for
the meal rea aad escape tha haart-rand-ng
struggle for honest work which
confront tb freed prisoner.
""But do you bailee that women
should deliberately put aside domestic
life la order to force through the aoelai
r stern la which you're Interested T"
a was asked.
as aoigkty good to that woman
falhai Bat waves atari atop ask
ing fa aalfah, asraoaal favor.
Is st aad at )ld1ny for aaw allp
fa, thaw atast plsad that erery
UtOs hUd la that otty may wear
Shoes. Aad If fait argu
fall, a Tolstoyaa policy of
paaalra iiiIHiiii wlU oertalaly
"vino I hare been In New York,
several girls, all daughters of rich men.
har com to ma frankly anl a ked
tn how to begin to make their lives
count for something This Is the advlo
I gav them. I said. T)o over to you.
owa satt aids, each one of you. and
find one utterly poor and destitute fam
ily. Make a solemn vow to take care
of that family for a year, (let Jis tor
th persons who can make une of them
Olvs money and delicacies If any one
1 111. tend mother and th baby Into
tb country for a breathing spell dur
ing the hot weather. 8ee lhat the chil
dren bave clothe aultab.e for school.'
"And then I added, 'Te l yuur father
what you are going to do and ask him
to accompany you on your visits to
I our family. Ha may laugh (it you
lie will almost surely refuss to go with
mi the first few time you as,, him.
hut don t give up. If you can get him
io are with his own eyas how thoie
neople live, you will almoat certainly
wake him to hla own duty in the mat
ter. And than he will ha unother re
cruit In the rank of those who are
working for the conservailun o. hu
manity.' If only the father of ome ut th
: .e 1 have mat would wal.v up!" sly.'. e l
klahoma Kata. "Oh. no. I mustn't
111 you who they ate, - - mac they are
aa unawakaned as thay are li. h, and
M wouldn't b kind to mention their
nam. But I believe that tin daugh
ter or wlf or sweetheart of the most
grasping millionaire can convert him!
GIRLS ADVISED TO BEGIN THE
GOOD WORK EARLY.
"A girl can't begin too voung. She
nuatn't listen to tht man asha m try
ii tell her that she Is a ehlld and should
not make hei self Unhappy about flu
'i-'ittn't concern her. Tha unl ; olnss of
Oaf woman or oh lid In Amsrl . ought to
0 th Intimate concern or vf woman.
"It is th mother lov which 1
th lever of Archimedes, un whloh
tL world may torn. What save
th Individual child will sooner or
later aavs tb race."
"Tou are, then, hopeful shout women V" !
"Oh, but indeed 1 am!" gclelmadl
OkUhorna Katf. "Kvt-n tin f rWoIoim
bawasdlww of clothes to he gein lti t
Now York hotHg dun't worry m vry
mucti I can't feel that they're really
evlfloh and hoartleM, but I Juat believe
that nobody ever look tno lime rind
troublo to explain to them 1n th right
way aU that's waiting for thm t do
in the world.
"Whan a woman fully reaiiiei t iat
Tho future of har rh'hlri n t rtnk.
eho will ftftU tt th. :a: Ip, Tll
aUike agalndt ril irrlaxe and moth . - rOd.
which phyolclaug and OlhOTi hae won
4Vt my advocating, tub roull, be-
ln a quiet way- plenty of women
rnara refuge to many and give
la ths was SB whs saa As things
aa Asasrtoa. hsy wtu. Wa
raw faalts ear atsa have a.
iMss Barnard' Oklahoma Kate,9 9 1
j rwio Aavocates
who ar married defiantly refuss to
bring children Into the world to fill the
hungry maw of our great Industrial
"I want woman to tiav suffrage, be
cause 1 believe they will bring tha
tender mother element Into the admin
istration of our lawa. It la ao easy for
man to Ignor or boldly to trample on
th rights of children. Down In Okla
homa, for Inatance, they have made a
regular bualness of cheating Indian
otphans out of their property. 8ln-e I
went Into this mstter this last year,
I have succeeded In restoring to :,M1
orphana a million dollars In land and
tM,0M In cash. Work Ilka that Is
bound to be taken up by all govern
ments when women vote.
"Yet tha women can't accomplish
everything alone. And money has a tre
mendously strong hold on th man of
to-day. We woman have to light It
Influence even In our little ona: whom
everybody else teaches that tb two
alms of Ufa are earning money and
having a good time We must emphasis
other Ideals, and If the men will not
accept tham wa must sa 'Oo your way
COUPLES MUST REMARRY.
Court Calls Illegal Marriage of Di
vorced Persons Outside State
Within a Year,
CHICAGO, Dec. U Thousands of
Chicago and Illinois couples must re
marry if they want their union recog
nised as legal under a oeclalon by the
Illinois Sin, renin Court
The court haa ruled that when a per
son violates the Illinois statute prohibit
ing remarriage within one year after
divorce he ceremony la not legal even
If performed in another State. N'elthor
haa one party uriy claim upon the estate
of the other. The children resulting
from th Illegal inarrlugea have no
standtng In law.
Thnusu nils of coo pies have gone to
other States and remarried within lea
than a year after the Illinois divorce.
The have alway considered thslr
unions and their children legitimate.
Thl residing of the 1 a positive
policy of the Slate for the protection of
morals and the gu'xl order of society
as um i serious sod il evils.
"MONSTERS OF CRIME WHO
So Government Counsel Says in
Dynamite Trial Ryan Let
ter to Jerome.
lNPIANAHiUS, Dec. 19 -"MunMsrs
jf crime Who sialic! at the head ot tile
uri.'i and Of five Hit worklriK'ncn urul
uae their funds for unlawful purpost h,"
waa Ass'Hiunt Dlstni'l-Atlorncy Noel's
Benefited Many Who
Had Lung Trouble
Th)M who luftar from C'oDBiiiiiptton ar
jtrnorftlly troubled with ntt-'ht fvf,
loia of nM'TifcT'h and mile or no ftttpotltO.
rrr h ittr. good rood and t ha proper rat e
of t ha body ara OMOwtltl t" i t ovary,
hut In mnnv ruaaa nmrthltiir .Mi.trr la
t)0it04. K kmin'i Attrrattw I, a mod)
' !na Wit tol haa hefit nir.xt u ,aarul Id
nt"ppini night aa.tta. roil lit talg fOVr anl
I prMsot Iiik Mi'piMlta. h ml in. my who hn
uaaJ It ti iivcil thatr lives. In-
Mniliita what It did In thla OMOJ
"Oontiomoa itr four fora 1 vm
I imiblOd with rough, which gradual I v or
) mi Aura. hail night aweata and
i palna In tn ghOQt I waa halug my tP
pal Ita and had btOMM ' thin and wr.tk
, 1 Mwt4 HO attend to my houaehotd du
tlea. A ihy alt-la ii protiuun ad my raaa
nau nipt Ion. Nut I'M n u aat lafled 1 huh
It . i SsW iKs thtal,'luna lha I 1 ,
, t-unlc lluapnal. They nlao pronouncad the
big , dlaaaa I'onauinpttnri. whh h wu t :
later rv un eiaminution of aputum. n
l'uharx'uloala Harm I war found. 1 wva
ordered to a ConaumptU a Huapltal. XI v
tmphew would not allow ma to go until I
had tried KcVt nian'a Alterative. Hafora 1
had taken the medirlne three aeeka 1 had
marked relief, night IWOgll reaaed. pain
In the hreaat rallOVOd, cough ha'-ama looae
and aaa . fever left me and J i- mmenced
get tin r well Ml heal! h boeamo norm a I.
I a ut In e. . tit h,i ih now it nd ha e
1 bOftg i-ornptt lely urett faf ten eara. I
I enough i r o'P uieii'l it."
I MUS i M KH WAHHON.
Ctr Bis QrOOn. I til ITlh II ,l'hlla..la.
K kman'i Mttiritt.e la afiet.tie in llrtm
1 ehltlgi Aithraa. 1 ' i ver. Throat ami
l.uug '1'iouitlaa and In upiiulldiug the eve
tatu Ioai not ontuin DalgoU, i plgtea or
hablt furmlng druga. For by Rtkar-
lieaeman Drug Mtorea and other leading
diuggtata. Aak for booklet teniae; of re
I PV awlaw.2 awa
the W m I
awa... 1 v sawfiaataw sVD
ataaat saaaaaaaa. WaaaKMS
WS SO 7l LftW I
WJ fr 1
rrslgnment of the defendants tn hi
summing up before tihe Jury In the
"dynamite conspiracy" trial.
Then, defendants do not work with
their hsnds. Ttiey are the walking
delegates with high sslarles, who have
brought ths Iron worker a Into disrepute.
The Oovea-nment makes no charges
against labor unions, whose purpose Is
legitimate and lofty.
"Not only the defense fund of 1200,000
for the McNamsras. but 1130,000, as was
testified by Andrew J. Oallagher of San
Pranolsco, wa collected from working
men to promote a reign of terror In Lo
Angeles. Tart of It went through the
hands Tveltmoe, who plotted the Times
The Government counsel further as
serted that President Ryan In 1106 wrot
letter about being Invited to sen Wtll
Ir.m T. Jerome, then District-Attorney
of Now York, in which Ryan "expressed
fear he was to be arrested on a aerlous
1 1. F'i
The Most Stupendous Clothes
Sale New York Has Ever Seen
Sale of the Entire Stock of
WM. VOGEL & SON
( Broadway, Cor. 44th St., and Broadway and Houston St. Established 1 857)
Men's Clothing at Half Off
Sale at the Brill Store Broadway, Corner 49th Street
W M. VOGUL fit SON ws on of the oldest and most prominent ReUil Ctothlnf concerns In New York for
mori than half a .century they have enjoyed a most enviable reputation for the honesty and dependability of
their business methods and for the unfailing excellence, the splendid quality and the thorough eoodnes of
their cloning flow, after fifty-five years, they have gone out of business and have sold us their entire stock of
clothing, which we offer at one-half off.
The Sale Has Been Tremendous, but the Picking Is Still Good
Vogel WINTER Our I
Prices OVERCOATS Prices.
50 D. B. Tweed Guard Goats 25.00
HSU Tweed & Chev't RsfUni 2ft.00
40 U. B. ChlnCbllll Overc'ts 20.00
4() Gravenette.1 Balnuecans. . 20.00
1)0 U. B. Ohlncbllll Overc'ts 15.00
io Cravenetted BtlmaCCam. ,15.00
J25 Chinchilla Overcoats ...12.50
25 Cheviot and Tweed Coats.. 12.50
$25 Kersey and Melton Coats.. 12.50
IV Ci-s ULSTERS Prices.
f40 L. B Friete Ulsters J30.00
160 1). B. Tweed Ulsters 30.00
ISO Tweed fc Cheviot Ulsters . 25 OO
ISO r B. frieze Uisters 25.00
M0 l B ChltKhllll Ulsters. . 20.00
M0 I) !( rrlM Ulsters 20.00
iu D. B atniwckjMirm 80.00
"1.IKLY" BAGGAGE AT U OFF.
EVERY PIECE GUARANTEED.
I il-!v Steamer Trunks, Wardrobe
Trunks, Suit Ca'es, Bags, Grips.
How to Get to Store
Subway Station, SOth St.
6th Ave. L
th Ave. L
Allaienue cars transfer
to Broaduay an ! 49f .'t St
DR. WILLIAMS TALKS
ON THE TRAINING FOR
Then Answers Questions
Cooper Union on Methods
Dr. Taloott Williams, Dean of r'aiiim
Ml s h ol nf Journalism, talked on
"The Training of tihe Journalist" at
Cooper Union last night.
"For six vara I was a reporter, start
ing on Tflf World thirty-nine yar
ago," sM Dr Williams, "and I hove
ijeen a newj.por man all my life. Tot
tha Journnl.st'a trolnlng Is never quite
IllusiraUng the old method of learning
tha profession, he told of hta practical
experience hers, st Albany, and In
Washington, citing as an Instance of
the knowlrdge gained that ha ha1
learned that no such great political
i orgtini7Jitlon aa Tammany Hall could
ft a- tinlaaa It dlaohargrd ctrto duties
A Great Christmas Special
BEAUTIFUL NEW $250 PIANO
$1 a Week
ONE YEAR'S Course PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS
by Graduate Teacher of Music Absolutely Free
with Purchase o I Any Piano. No Matter What Price.
$325 Hampton Piano, $215 $450 Player Piano $298
$400 Upright Grand $285 50 Wayeiriano. $398
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.
12 & 14 West 32d St., New York
Brooklyn. 1100 Broadway and 4813 Fifth Ave. Newark, 101 Halter St.
Vogel WINTER Our
Prices. SUITS Prices.
M5 Cheviots and Tweeds. . $22.50
M5 Thibet and Serges 22.50
S4o Fancy Casslmeres 20.00
$'o Fancv Casslmeres 15.00
25 Qnv Cheviots & Tweeds 12.60
$2$ Thlbttl and Serges 12 60
$20 Cheviots and Cassimeres.. 10.00
Prices MEN'S HATS Prices.
MOO Stitched Hats $1.50
M oo wool Ibis, imported.
SHOO (jpera Hats
MO.OO Silk Hats
5.ik) Velour Hats
J7.Su Imported Velour Hats
Sl.(K) Qoll ijps
,t I i Qoll Caps
M-00 QoH t jps 1.00
Pri es DAY DRESS
ISO.OO Prince A'bert C & V
$40.00 Prince Albert C. 8t V
$6000 Braided Cutaway . . .
Sso.oo Braided Cutaway ...
The Original Price Remains' on All Garments
Make Your Selection and Pay Exactly Halt Price
Sale at This
Broadway, Corner 49th Street
oifierwlfe neglected by the majority of
Dr. Williams ssM thl Journalist must
have prophetic vision n 1 auoh devotion
ti public servl.e that h would rether
do newspaper work 'or nothing t'.sn not
at all. Then he dwelt on the necessity
of writing according to Joaeph Fu
Mser's . unllnaJ principle of "Accurac
HI lecture over, Dr. Williams
answsrsd questions. To ons regard! 1
business ofllc InfluVnce Dr. Williams
replied that any big advertiser could
certify that It did not exist except on
small. Irresponsible newspapers.
That multimillionaires control all th
large dallies was also suggested by a
man In ths audience. To thle Dr.
William replied that millionaires
usually flee from publicity find are the
I strongest advocates of bridled press.
The answer to the aeaertlon tnat Liieut
Iteckar had a press agent who printed
half a column of any kind of new he
pleased In any newspaper he liked was
that "undoubtedly this would be a bet
ter world If there were no Han In It."
peace Oete l.lf Sentence.
Frederick ftpence, a bartender who
hired Thomas Oannon, a boy of nine
teen, for 14 to murder Christian Larssn
of No. 334 East Fortieth street, on March
14 last, and was convicted of murder
In the second degree, was sentenced
yeatarday by Judge Malone In 0nrJ
Sessions to from twenty years to Ufa.
Sheriff Hsxburger took him to Sing Ring.
Oannon. who pleaded guilty to murder
In the second degree, will be sentenced
VogeJ EVENING Our
Prices. APPAREL Prices.
20 to MO Dinner Jackets $10 to $25
$25 to $70 Dress Coats $12.50 to $36
$8 to $12 Dress Trousers. $4 to $6
Vogel FURNISHINGS AT Our
Prices. HALF OFF Prices.
$5.00 Tailored Shirts $8.50
Imperial Ruffl Crsp da China
Blousss at 1 2 Off
$25 oo Chinchilla Johnny
$15.00 Sport Coats
$.15.00 General UtHity Coats..
$1.00 Silk Hosiery
$2.50 Silk Hosierv
$1.00 Silk Hosiery
$1.5o Silk Hosiery
$2.5o Piue and Cape Walking
and $10 Embroidered
Hosiery at off.
One Store Only
SHOOTS TWO OFFICERS,
STILL DEFIES POLICE
MBMPHW, Tenn.. Deo H.-Poltre
squads toeskglng the hotl I where Adam !
Boehler barricaded lllmgtlf after d- 1
capita t'.ng his wife last nlrht. has been 1
unable to dislodge rite fugitive this fore- ;
noon. Boehler was well supplied with 1
ammunition, had declared he would not I
If an English lord says
there's nothing worth while
in the U. S. A.
Proffer him a Nebo.
The gloriously good Cigarette.
Observe his joyous lawfter.
Hear him say:. "Bah Jove,
tnese Deat aea
b taken alt, snd the police deter
mined to trve 1 9 out unices he
tried to escape.
Charles Davl, one of the policemen
shot by Boehler early to-d wh 11 Iti"
office- tried t. arrest lilm. had his
wound drsssed snu returni d to his post.
Jesse Wooten, ajiother pollccmsn alio
was shot throng! the luiins, may is
oover. Th 'j e wa no change in the condition
of 8pau1dlng Pareons, a drug clerk, shot
by mistake by on of the besieging
Hornier, who come from Indiana,
killed hi wife in th presence of his
four-year-old daughter. The child
later llpsd out the story of the crime
when sh wsndercd Into s neighbor's
CORK TIP CIGARETTES
Neui Sat in Wonder
in eacK package
Mr. Retailer : Please cut me out and "stick" me
on your window. I will do you good. NEBO.
itV jewelry mm
jEBl Are for HHiH
Xmas Presents Hm?
j Most ( omplrle Line it tb Qty.
Redding & Co.
Publishers and Manafaetav$r$.
j ARCADE. ITH AVE. BUILDING.
Cor ttd St.
aat KVNlNt.S w
WORLD WANTS WORK WOUMKS.
jm ft lite of aaatifgigll aaao for on
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mt t tU,