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P: 3i POLICEMAN IN PWHT HOW TO BE ATTRACTIVE FiYM Article of a Series n News Oddities ARRESTED ON DAT Off GOMES IS SAILOR 1 LOGGEDDROWNED Mate Junes Wlbon, "LosT I at Set Two Months Ago, B Wasn't Lost at AH. Miller and "L" Conductor DH- Coprrlght, 1U. bjr Ths Press Publishing Co Th Ntw York World). agreed About Standing on Platform. W1tmait yaiaae L. Miller. Of tSo Perhaps the Surest Way Is to Be a Widow, -i- - - - " WW 1 W nnn rLrxjju-uTj-u-unj- .ruinruui, t Although That May Not Be Convenient t,000,MO OMELETTE Clalme for lM.OM.ON broken egg ware made Mat year at the various New York freight terminate. The alleged loea was B, 000,00. Parkvllle station, who lives at Na. tt Van Slclen avenue, Brooklyn, will have EXHIBIT of the United Stetee at the Oheat International Exposition con alata of California wines bearing French and Italian labela. to answer charges of disorderly ceases, to-day after being hoM a prisoner M SIXTY AVIATORS have been killed while flying atoea tka first of the year. tha Fourth avenue station. Brooklyn, The complainant against hhn IS WllHsa assassseeeaea. "r-enrunnrxriinjvjv WOMAN In California has been appointed a foreat fire guard. Mandelbaum, conductor on a rlgntoa REPORT of Prlaon Aaaoclallon aeeerta that It per cent, of releaaed convlcta actually reform. Beach 1L" train. ' MIllSsF trang Sk nsv on I SI I bps SI Si I esaawew went to Coney Island. Hs was Is dm Now isn't M Hpatng, doncher knowf Among the tignt dtt played in a London $hop U one which reads: "AMERICAN SPOKEN HERE." sen's elothee aad was returning early to-day when Mandslbaum and ho bad a "run In" over standing on the oar pMs SWAM FOR 90 HOURS. form. At Thlrtv-nlnth street ssM'Msst m 6H0STLAND ...... V " , ' ,4., t. , , , ATTkACT." J aoiMN-CAU' TO fj Picked Up After Fighting I Binds of Prey, He goes L to Join His Strip. ! Im e fas Kvr bark. TM h register, tw aa that rtlttM to the death Vt ng of Jesses Wilson tb Ta all Intents aad pu Wllaon la drowsed. Ha weet ha eenk and deeptte all af- fcts body wma nsrer reoorered. Tka drowning onnirrad en April II. ao that, according to the ahlp'a log. wii aea ha teen drowned wall alga tww Jamee Wilson, rata eeoend mate af tka Brltlah park Mary MoOreggor and mw noted aa a Tlctlm of aha aaa, aallad efcoard the Vastus of the Lam art Hell Nna for nia Janeiro shertly eefere nightfall laat Saturday, fa the harbor of Bio the Mary Me Qreggor la awaiting a cargo, and ta a taw Sara her late lamented second eat will atap aboard from ghoetland. Fair aallorman hare had a worse and at the aama time more fortunate ei pwrlanre tbaa Jamaa Wllaon. els faat aad mora, man. The Mary MoOreg tar waa heading across the South At lantic from Port Ellaabeth to K A fwuenos Ayraa). A southeast prang up just before nightfall oa April It, and In a few momente the hark waa pitching like a rocking horse. Ward waa paaaad to ahertea salt and Ilka monkeys, the erew scrambled lata the rigging. The gale increased m rtolanoa while the men aloft tuned at the sella. With aria eyes watching every point oa the ejapaal, Wllaon aaw two handa atruggklng with the mala topsail. The Mast of the alaiau waa too aauoh for them aad they let eesras sat away from them. With aa oath tka mate aprang lato theahiwuda and west alett with the agility at a ataeplejaok ol lashing a flagstaff. A few Making orders, a few violent Jerks, and the flapping aall was under control. MIMII A SHROUD A HO M.UNOIS OVBRwOARD. Tbaa. whan the d eager waa assess. Wllaoa reaabad far me hrouCVaad sussed his gueee. The next moment he i Blunging down late tka ilsitsiiss. lata Iks anew of the wlis mass of I roaring waters, a wild aad the noisy waves eloaad over ilm and the bark went rushing by Ilka Jay riding automobile. Perhaps Ma sh awm was noted aad aa effort made to save be aad lower boat Perhaps they i Aim ta the dm of the atorm tt waa tee late to attempt ta aid AaTamV s ' Mm ceed. men immkMmmmxKmmimmmm CURIOUS RBVBNOB Vandal cut dawn 000 peach traea on tha farm of a Camden County (N. J.) man. was heaiMlaa ta tka aasthlng aaa. He himself of hie east aad swaas in tha tarbulont watara. day broke the waves wars aoh saws; wjsawarria to sleep, their temper hewaea sad their eager apaswl Aag gu mF tang bbe raya ad the aua Mkwared hie aya aad the oold watara eramaed hie Met that brought M Ma MMM sjaa as fear. He kayt kkaiilf oa .ast las Mrda of tha sea aweupjad albatross. They They ware big asatM like savage la vain atad at them aad tougot them off. .aad again they returned to the bead was cut aad waa he was fighting par Ms Mw aad the plucky eeller held up to fMNT OF A tTRANORR RENEWS Mew STRKHQTH. Aa bbe afternoon began to wane, WB aan atohtad tha smoke of a steamer. Aa tMee passed ho aaw .thai It waa jpwSMjg dlreoay toward Mm. Hla ex aauatlan feU from him Uke a mantle. ta a aaw man. The thought of gave him now otrength. Then was almost uue him If- saw a boat being lowered and pulled aewaro asm. nanus grasp aa arm ty the anas aad than ha lapses Into uncon natouanoaa, Several hours later he re calnad hla eaeaaa and enund u H tmA been pieawA up by the tramp atoamar Ortoa, bound Mr Para. MrwaU. At Para Wllaoa took paaaaga oa the Vincent of the Booth Una aad as arrived in New York. Mere he found that the Mary MsOreggor Was tying to Rk and be aaltad oa the Vastiia to rejoin h 1 have baea a.t aaa akiMM I ntw. two yeara," said Wllaoa, ut I've never awa a worse experience or near, of any aaa otoe who has had a worse on than that Which I have lately been thro urn. Bat I want to gay that I never gave up hope. I've heard toll of men who have fallen overboard that reconciled fhemeelrae to their fate after a certain toacth sf time, but I don't believe It. As long as there la Ufa aad a fighting oaaacs as man givaa up nope. But, . any, I'm going to be eomewnat of a aur- arte when I atop aboard the Mary Mptlngpir aad nay. Oood morning. II aVaXJBOH, i OUt From Oaraearle. N. C. June ll.-Metno announcentant to-dav of 11,000,10 Mft lo thair ohurch the donor being Andrew Car ed tha recipient Vanderblit Unl et Nashville. Tenn. CMreagia a mlUloa Is divided into d MW.OOO (as 9 Nmarly All the Sinn of Hi&tory, the Faacin ating Women Who Changed the Fate of Nation; Were Widow; and the Widow' ' Charm Seeme to Hold in These Modern Day, Bw Ntxota Greeley-Smith. Parhapi die inrest way to be attractlva M to bo a widow, but that to not always convenient. For years man and women have aought to under stand and analyse the widow's superior attractiveness. Practically all admit It aad only foolish women at tempt to deny Ha extstenoe. I have sometimes thought the ancient cus tom of suttee, which compelled all widows to be burned on the funeral pyres of their lords, was merely a benevolent social measure to enable the Hindu maidens to set married. Practically all the sirens of his tory, the attractive women who changed the fate of nations, were married or widowed. The famous Helen, before Paris eloped with her and started the Trojan war, was the wife of Menelaus, and Is said to have bean a mother before she married the King of Sparta. Cleopatra, of course, was a widow. Poppaea Sablna, probably the most attractive of all the women of an cient Rome, was divorced that she might become the wife of Nero. All the dashlns ladles who ruled tha Bourbons had been married or were widows of one kind or another. Mario Stuart, the most fascinating figure in English history, was a widow before she was grown up and a couple of times afterward. Dolly Madison, moat Interacting of tha woman M American hlatory and among the few lively ones, waa a widow when ehe mot Jamaa Madlaon. The oaly un married woman who accomplished as muoh In hlatory as If she bad etarted her campaign with a widow's veil Is the Empreae Eugenie. She waa plain Vila, de Montljo when aha Jockeyed tha Emperor of the French Into Beck ing her hand, and her achievement carrying auch a handicap was all the mora remarkable THBs WIDOW'S FASCINATION SEEMS TO HOLD. Pertiape wldowo have leee definite advantagee In our own very modern times, when no unmerrled woman need appear an Ingenue after ehe la twenty five and when glrle who go to college oast aside their mental ewaddllng elothee long before that age. Tat the widow's fascination aeema to hold. Perhapa becauaa It has become mascu line tradition. Anyhow, the young woman who dealrea to attract ahould go to the widow, atudy her ways and be wise. In a recent novel. "The Slxty-Flrat Second," the moat Interesting woman character la a widow who wlahaa to wed a man who atanda at the croae roada of fortune, hut only If he takea something exeluatve that other "omen cannot copy? Woman are moved more by pure eeldehneea ban altruism In matters of dress, and no general verdict of men. and of tha better element of women, has had the eilghteet effect in pre venting positive Indecency, uglineoo and caricature in coetuma, provided some Joker In Paris aesured them that hla stylee were the latest dally hint from Paris. Why, for Instance, will women be so foolish aa to ap pear, or appear to appear, with narrow hlnoT Do tbey, perhaps, Imagine that they Improve the land scape T A scarecrow hardly does even that J. s. ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICK OF LOVELINESS. Dear Madam: The woman who euo- ln retaining her attraotlveneas must realise that beauty and charm are elusive and can only be eecured by eternal vigilance. The wife who appears at breakfast hi a soiled, shapaleea kimono, with her hair done up In crimpers, should not be sur prised to learn that her hueband Is tiring of her soolety. On tha other hand, the woman who devotes a few moments' to her toilet Is mors than repaid by the admiration and approval of her friends. To bs attractlva one must hava aa aim In life eomethlng to live for, to work tor, to attain. A lively Interest In the dally happen ings of Ufa, together with a natural, unaffected manner, are the only ea- senttals necessary to keep a woman young and attractive. T. L. M. DIVES IN SHALLOW WATER AND LANDS IN HOSPITAL X-Ray Examination Will Be Made to Sec Whether Gaylord's Neck Is Broken. Joseph Oaylord of No. 41T High street, Newark, Af. J., was taken from Don nelly's Orove at College Point, L. I., to the Flushing Hospital yesterday after- FLOWBRS blooming from aeed accidentally dropped from a car window are Interfering with the operation of trajna on the Romney branch of the B. A O. OBNTtdBMAN JOCKEY ta Germany won two races seventy-six miles apart on the same day, one at Magdeburg and the other at Berlin, going from one place to the other In hla own aeroplane. OFFICIAL dancing censor at Lenox ties quit his Job bsosuse his ban on tha bunny hug, grlssly bear and tango was criticised. RATTLESNAKE olub of Bridgeport held its annuel snake chase, and cap tured five rattlers. O ROUNDS FOR DIVORCE Mrs. Weal fall of Pittsburgh esys her husband decamped when twine were born. PHILADELPHIA dentist and his wife walked M0 miles to celebrate their silver wedding. FfOHT IN THE Boston Zoo between an elk and a mouse was won by the TWO RARE TURTLES from the Amason with necks that fold side wise are the latest additions to tha Aquarium. wttbmtaw wntMrio vlaHVnar In New York doean't say what ha la here for. but ho praises American girls. tnltt and were flshtlfisT lustily Ww Policeman Cormolly and George Wright, a deputy sheriff employed by the ejroon. pars see ivn Rsnld Transit Company, them. Connolly arreatad Miller. Hnth tha combatants required the St tentlona of Dr. Phillips of the Nor- riu Hosoltal. Millar has been SB the police force nine years and Is re ported to have a good record. i TtoNsm And RICKTJ k REMEDY For' J CONSTIPATION noon after hs had attempted a diving feat In Ave feet of water. Hla hsad struck the bottom with great fores, but be arose and waded ashore while the crowd was applauding, not knowing tie waa Injured. He staggered la the last three or four yards from the water to the beach, and as his friends gathered around htm he com plained of severe pains In ths hesd and nook. Dr. Alfred S. Ambler ordered his Immediate removal to the hospital In fear that he had fractured hla spine. Walter Durysa, a young Long Island millionaire, who waa Injured In Mas circumstances, lived for many years after the accident, but was hopctossly an Invalid. An X-ray examination will be made to-day to disclose the exso. nsture of Gaylord's Injury. Going Away? Don't forget to tmke a few bottles of famno MnPraortf P. Pfl a ! s s grw a st iiiiiiiii aasssass an aa a at unk ukeymjs 34th Street 23rd Street On Tuesday, June 17th is Its dally see wil perfect Month Health pear teeth to Aw M Css. All There as rVstaMg 'J I as GssaV GEO. BORGFELDT sV CO. detachment from It that enables a widow to control an emotional situa tion. Few women marry for love twice In fact, I knev one woman who held tha astonishing theory that every woman ahould be married three tlmee once for love, onre for money and once for Power, and ehe carried her theories to a auoceeeful peraonal conclusion. There le thla to be aald for her philosophy that she. believed one should not sacri fice herself to the Golden Calf without flrst having laid a rose garland before the altar of Vsnus; that shs felt men and women should marry tha flrst time for love, If only to get that Indetermi nate force controlled and classified In Its relation to their own Uvea I be lleve that whether undertaken by men or women marriage for money la tha hardeat way of earning . . living that could be devlaed. KILLED BY A SHOWER OR OOLD SHE INVOKED. The flrat mercenary woman of whom we have a record waa perhaps Danaa, who asked Jupiter when he sought her love to appear to her In a golden ahowar and who was killed by tha atorm of metal that hurst upon her. I think any woman who marries for money la ktllei' In the same way. But If irnll are mnn..n li, the right turn, which will lead him to I ,., M a,tnil.t,n a ,.,,.,, th. BBrani 1 Jfli l-isi sat im , 0 , . OBB0 ST yVTW T In New York's Shopping Centre CTNeill-Adams Co. Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street ajavsss ear equipment great power In Wall atreet. He tukea It and ruahea to her to tell he atory of hla triumph. When he la In tha middle of the tale alia halta him aud denly and telle him he muatlgo, aa aha has been Indiscreet enough In receiving him even for a few momenta at auch an hour. Then aha aska him frankly why ha la ao opposed to marriage and tells him what aha would bo able to do for him aa h'.e wife. Her speech Is more like a lawyer'e aummlng up than a proposal of marrleere from a woman to a man, but Ita perauaalve logic, con vinces tha magnate and he marries her. Thla method of attraction, which Is evade, popular aad has many aascssssa to reoommead It, May be summarised aa "Coma here. Fide, pretty Fide, alee Fide." Aad then when ride has come sear eaough to eaable you to get a grip oa his collar, aalls for a complete ohaage of tone aad a thaadaroas oommsad to lis dewa aad be a good dog. In ths story I hava outlined the widow In the beginning waa wholly cold-blooded and so was able to apply ttmnuiut free tar bar system unhampered by eeatl eeawlaeratioaj, gesba fear story called "The Sixty -First Second will tell you how to go about It. The opinions of Evening World reader follow: JOKERS IN RARIS INDUCE WOM EN TO DRESS IN BAD TASTE. Dear Madam: If your contention were true that women dreaa only to pleaaa the men. and If thla Innocent feeling were confined to pleasing their husbanda, or thoae who might be candldatea for that position. It would not be vanity at all, becauae tha dealre to pleaaa la merely one of the Infinite manifestation of' love In Ita broad aenaa, with which vanity haa nothing- to do at all. Rut In that caae what men doea the blind man's wife try to please? You are wrong; for no woman willingly ever altera her atyle of draas be cauae of maacullne crltlclam, not even of the huaband or lover. Both soon learn, unless they are aa harm less as dsvea, that woman dress solely to please themselves and to make other womot envious. Why alee ahould all women, s a rule, whs loUsw females, desire es have asAwrverweewwvvvvMWVMVVWseswej SURETY COUPON WIL ILK Forty Surety Coupons Free to AH Who Ask Any Day During This Week Whether you make purchases or nol, these Coupons will be given to you freely, 40 coupons with each new book you want to start start as many as you wish; SO coupons for each booh you now have partly filled. 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