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THE EVENING WORLD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
Jiu Jitsu Girl Tells American Women
How to Handle Masher or Street Thug
Miss Ai Kishi Wonder$
that "Art of Self-Defense"
Is Neglected in
SchoolsHere As Essen
tial lo One Sex as the
Other, She Declares.
Is a Religion in J a nan
and Would Be a Boon
Here, Where Her Beau ty ,
Adds to the Peril of
Woman Shows How to
A tittle .JapanrS" Hfl, "ho happened
to be in Hruam'la at the time, Ml tnak
ing her way to tier pension en nlKht
when she w&a nttnckiil from twhlni by
n np"he, whi drew a MMMlMNfeM
tlrhtly alxnit her neeK. In a moment,
flia wouWI have been on hT way to!
Nirvana, the ultimata hope of all nuUl-1
Mata, hal It not been for !irr quick ;
a -lion. H it Mm had no fear of death,
and with one for-e-fnl hack j.ili of her'
left arm ahe oSUStlt her enemy rlffhtj
'vw the heart and !ie dropPOd to the
IHMWIIHl. Then ahe ran t.i the niaret
irner and found a ptilh eman and turned
the fpachr over to hlin. after which
ahe dimly continued on her way to
That little arlrl wae M.aa A1 Ktsht.
who at the time was only fifteen yewrf.
of aire and Juat nlxs'it the iverane helKht
ant size Pof a Kir of tier years. She
Kn.w no fe-nr. In fact, she has never
known what It was to be afraid; ahe I
rot sfrald to-day. She ll not afraid of
the MMMl ui.i'i In the world.
Khr is not a CUTlolMy, neither Is ahe
a freak of human natutv. She Is limply
e.l i. ited In the art of Bf1fdffenff and
knows how to protect liei ci , f UliMt
nil onContllMJ fones. Staff the daya
when sIih aril lust old enough to "tod
dle" to her ool in Tohlo iht has hei n
a It lid en t of se! !'-ro;eiM ion, with the
mtlll tli.it to-day .lle hll mastereil all
tlie po ts of the Jiu Jltau, and even
l.n"vvs thi 1 1' , grift ferret of that ayf
tern the death iMMigf 'Which one
never leorni unteM f ocotn.pl Ifhed in thia
rVETHOD OF WRESTLING THAT
IS A RELIGION.
Blie Is also acquainted with flimn
wrestlini:. the method peculiar to the
Jlpineff. and which may he described
aa almost a rrliKlous cen niony. Prom
early rhlldhoM the children of Japan
are trained to devote their lives to thla
tilid of sport. The iri not permitted to
ait tailor fashion, the favorite attitude
if the JalMUlMI, so that their lens may
jrrow longirt and they iri fed niore lib
erAlly upon meat than their fellow
count r men. The best wrestlers belong
to a kind of rellgtoui brotherhood) and
the proceedl go toward tho upkeep of
the priesthood at gjltoln Temple, near
Toklo. In fact, each wrestling bout may
lie said to he an act of worship to as
sist the dead toward Nirvana, t ie hope
of the Buddhlltg.
There are three rfllflotlf In Japan, the
Sumo, the Ju Jltltl aud Buddhf, and
little l hll worshlppe.1 all three of
them with sincerity, f ' r. she Bays, that
the first tvo will perfect her In the 1st-
a--: viK ":"r!J& mHSL i
CO to THE ! Jabdlfc l''-
I rend you a 'rair-'t pit- 'h fr u th ( ' Tee nrt of elr4fWhM Ir the ft
freit. lirltted ;il (rodr heart: It Vtm if tie study of an.iloniv, and Its ery
aim ide, grab the rlht nrlt Ihd bia s I to llkl InVintllN If I II
I ttltk rewt two hihdi torn iiis irm iitimy'i itftfiffth. rJvifjt hoM dfMI every
i-.-sHward Irroel ir le. ou ttOUhl punch is IlltWd .it ii ilil punt, and If
ie a:de to hrenk I If inn ll Ihi flhotli hi rss'-s kflowtedgf of Ihtfl I t
'es.'i. a cmrlilnii hi w;ist Verj eis eoti need hivi Ro feir fof ihi most a-
"In rare you were Attacked from he- I grcsslve foe
ilnd and your eneinv rlof I both irrM (,, . f tj, n ,,t effective meant of
imond you and lorhfd bis liand. bv i , ,, :.ir vour enemv . provldlnr; you are
pontrtMIIni the mtiiclu o your irmi, tuiked from behind ind inihbed
14 YEARS FOR QUNMAN.
te nna rMMM Ii. t- tnr tlie Inni. Inornetf
to the (ireat Heyond.
"Kvery human being ahould be nh!e to
prote'-t Itself," she sa d to in Kvenlng
World reporter to-day.
"In Japan every child la tnnitht the
art of self-defense, and Instructed as to
how to protect Itself a .-alast all forcea,
out I have hn aurprlaed to aee how
negligent American people are along
this line. You Instruct your boya in
phyalcad culture and five them a good
physlcul training In your public s.-hoola,
but you do not teach them how to pro
tect themfelVOf from attack. If the Jiu
Jltau wore Introduced Into the public
schools you would find tti.it It would
have the effect of reducing your enmea,
for tho children would not forget thia
training as they ITIW oldi-r, and, need
less to sn, fOUld never reeonnUe fear.
MOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF
"It la Just aa essentia,! for the girl to
Know how to protect herself as it Is for
the man. rof example: Mjppoee I w.iat
attacked with a knife from the front
I would simply step aside to escape the
blow, then I would urab the arm. force
It over backward, and the fellow, crying
from pain, would drop the knife as he
hit the pavement It I very .simple,
and no matter if thi' ii n la six foot
tall and weighs MO pinnule, and the
woman otdy a email being, weighing
only one hundred. It could tie done J lift
aa easily as though the man was a
.-HOi L nt'i? HMTC
-l l .HM PIT.
youth of five years The secret of Jiu
iltlU la not In the si.e or weight but
flip!) rfQUlm quicK a t.oti in a vital
"Again, aa the man Ml down, by forc
ing h'.s hand over backward against the
pavement 1 could OJUltf eiudly break his
wrlat bone, the pain from which would
be so acute that lie would be quite wlil-
to forget all about the kn'.fe.
"SuppoM the enemy endeavored to
with I qui k move, vol i mid put your
right ahmiMi r under 'ii riiiht irnvpHi
and then, with a lOd I n ha kward kl. k
of your rlg' t foot atrainet hlf Hi I I f
you would srn.l him fpnWllni 10 thl
pavement. Tina la one of the easiest
If an rnernv. idVMfJM t i-l I 1
put out his rlfht hand t.. gra'i font
right w-iet. rtm your hand Into his
eb'cvc, put your right sh lllMer under
hlf arm-pit and throw him over your
back to hf p i ement. And if he doesn't
lay quite atlll after he hltn ihe pave
ment It will be he. aue It l electrified
REMEMBER TO KEEP COOL , ACT
"The one Ihlm y ui must alwavs re.
member In th. art of ffjtf-defeOff i
to keep cool and act q'llckly. Kvery
bold counts and there Is no winning or
losing. TOM have the enemy fthoutfly
nd If your control and can lu.lure him
to any extent you may choose hreriK
his nrtn. snap bis tot or Inlure hltn
slightly. II- la In your hands, and If
you choose to you may kill him a easily
oa you would Mow oul I candlf Oni
of the two most ! dfltroyfd, and if
yen are a quaintcd With thl! gnat Ifl
the f itinm are that your mi ny will
he the one.
"Thero are very ftvv 3 fpa h eff Who
know how to kill with this art of felf
defense. Fortunately, I an one of
Ihim, nnd If I care. I o I POO Id kill
yon Just fa easily as I breitho, And
In three houra 1 could nVlVf yotl avam.
r.ir ttie one who hnowi thi yroal aecrf t
of killing. In this art. a to knoWl how
to revive his RntfltOnift. I could banish
the big est nt.d hloJthlfOl man In Mill
Ity and revive him again In fine
hours. However, I Would not do this,
for We are IWOfll to nev ujf tills irt
unless attacked by an i in my. Atil we
keep the vow
around (he waist. Is to p . I qu ck'y
downward and irwk your rnimy'i rlfhl
J foot iltnl pull it letween voir legs Till
, result will he that he Will go tnpploi
ovi r bai kward, with .vni resting o i lm
best Aa you ore going over hold
' onto his foot nnd OTffl It ha-kw.ird.
Ton Will thM break his toea nnd hll
f nkle, and in Ihe Ml it. mini he WlW
' quite ri nil!) release his hold on you.
WOMEN CAN TAKE CARE OF
MASHERS OR ANNOVERS.
. "Women who haVf Pelr of fl.rta or
I other Mnnyffl an f. et a .; Ilelj safu
at ywln re If they are ai .. lip. ihfd In
hl art of Mlf-df fenae. Rver) woman
Ihould know ,.w to t ike Cf re of her
felf, every man fhould know hoi to
OWflf 111 hitnaeir, and loth OUtfhl to bo
aide to ward off hf Ittt H of ruff inf.
who nttack With the Objf ct of mal
triatlng or yobhlBg them.
"Mln. e I Brat .ame to New V irk
vxh h Is only a ffW days ago. I 1 u
been ri" eivlng letters from hundred!
Of your lovely Ante? I an firls and
lad s. requesting Rlf to give them
lessons In aetf-.lefense. And 1 have If
died to help them nn mtieh as I i an
.ind will give Uloni lessons fTter Ml ft
performance. The Atmtlciii WOtnal
ahould learn how to protect heraelf,
for ohl Is very beauttfiil, aa a while,
aid being so, la ever in danger of be
fielder l onlrll ..I ItJIIti
TRKNTON, N. J. Nt.. V state
ment was filed t" . I iv lv iiov.
elect Fielder with thl Se. rotary of
Stcte, IhoWlnl that he OMtHtiUted
rvirj.rt to the Uamoeratle tuito Com
nilttoi for his campalin tipenaea Tht
limit a tandida f ir Oovtmor nt.iy
contribute Is 11)600,
wiiiie Mlnvof f 'now tried toe leeond
ju u. MuHiUfon i'i iteneral Hm hi f
faVf warnllMj lonlai lo nil eronks that
thl limit of tenlfhri would he the fate
of rvi rv .in- of Ihoni found 1 . tjOOscff ton
tf a in null, ' ven t'teirli I: he kra- Iff
their rooma The oocaarofi rttmi when
ho aeiil. ii. . , Antonio t'oiiea of No II
i berry street to fo nt, rn point In
glate's lb -on for hV"i4 a rev ilv. r in
Ins polft -slon.
t'oie. i wis arrested about n no iftth
avro and Indicted off two ajfffofjf ,,f
white si lvery ind tlfo If u ,
offender for hnvlINt the WealtJti 11.- was
trl.sl nn the latter eh'URe. pctiUtv for
which i seven yeara, Tin law illowi
all penaltlffl to Im- doubled in the ase of
Second offenders, however. and Jfjdgf
Mubtufe n kivc him the limit Von t
ill m to btifnn nt on nd it is pn
able that Ihe ihame ..f white slavery
win he dr I.
AGED MAN IN WAGON HURT.
into smashed Into Ills . lil. le Ills
MfO In llnnuer.
I foi Jttol rs Pslmon, CollMl grid
I Porker ,n Pari v. or npeot.ii ftaoiloM
I., v tllftln Motion I3: of the Antl
Tlpldfl laW. He was fined lino, which
Dotiot mi Wat urnssti 1 mi Nov, I
fler ho Ihfd told ll tickets In a hatch
to Rtlhll Wal'.-r. a dele live In tho
employ .' Nwrfi M. HompotMd, Praot
i ii' of ttie 'Hants. Donovan wm ii
. i i rite of one of the 12 hoot lis and
-old th" batch to t iller for 11 rl. h.
$Kve the PICs
IF CHILD IS CROSS,
FEVERISH AND SICK
roHlctl i: v '
Any glass replaced exnetly
without the prescription.
Shop on the premises.
Quick and accurate work.
Beat Quality Crystal Lent, 50c
Special Lenses Proportionately Low.
V Oculist' Opticians
Hi Breadwty it Joan St. EfftiLm
tttStth Ave.. I'.th St. 101 NoMM, Am St.
3M Sth Are.. 22d St. 17 Writ 42d N. Y.
t'H Fulton St. Car. Bond St.. RroMlya.
'S:rit to The r.'f- i ri.t t
MDD it wk. N. J . Nov II, Honry
httokf nf I'air Haven, agfd tcvtnty-ona.
II In a critical condition as the result
of an auto loldint In Which the llmoii
alno car "f Thomil TOUOlM or II state
ft root. New V.uli, and a a.uon were
stiiiishe I and alvt yoUOfl no n had a
narrow es ape luM niflit. 'I car an
.. o t fehlcll .111 1 Waf BPMti
HtTTii was thrown from the waffon.
lOtllni .i lo 'ken Ibouldor ami other
mHoui InJurlM which may prove mofs
i.l Th,. or. V l I,.,. I " ver
t liililrrn loro IMa "frnll latatlvr,"ane
not Inn : i I'loantca the lender atmnarh.
liver a in I bllWflf M 1 1 li i ! I
child "imply will not i.i playirtK I
i plj ilu nowelf, an. I th. Pfftilj Ii
ihev Itrcome tightly dotuprd with waste,
iiver aria nllliah, Itonutck sours, then 1
.our little one bfeomea ernss, half-sii k,
feverish, don'l eat, iltrp or nd nitti '
rally, breath la bad, ijnteta full nf ttM,
hat -"re Ihrnil, HomatdVlche or I
li irrl a. Lialrni Mother I Utt if I
limRue i roatod, t hen give iMipoontiil !
I'i 'alMofnii N rnp of Fin," ami la a I
lew In. ni" all the nintlipntod waatr, r
Wlr inni undl getted food mmm mil nil
the aynlemi ami voll have a well, idnv
fill . il.l i i;ii i ii
Millioni nl mother. "California I
Syrup n( In;" ' because it is aerfectlv I
ff .men sic!
I On Our Confidential
of K. port '1' I'l t 0M ttU1
LVAgOtli v h 1 -ti fM VOilli ltvv.ir hhv.t
I In vn in i he p.ifim dlrvotlofl U t In
blltOt flVvl OthM voiiiik int-ii wine In
tho rur with 'ilrn.
TICKET SELLER FINED.
ibert J Honovnn.
el Keller, plead, d
unlit y t
day I.. .
t" net on file sloui.n h. liver ami
i bon i N.
I Ask your drnglill for a 10 till bottle
of "('atifornia ny rup I ig." which
, hat full illroetlnm for babies, ehildren "f
I ad ages and for griiwu-ups plalabjt
I printed nn the buttle. II. ware of i ouu
llrrfellt loM here. (.el (be genuine
I made by "( allfornla lig Sjrrup Com
Ipany. " RlflUN any ntlier kind with
I nuleuipt .
P!gn tt feteet Is! I--- than tea ore
m " oeeottfiofo to nar
No Money Down
Fun and Fur Coats
rrftTfiM or tirriirUT nill.
2274 3a Av. 7 "H"" St.
ktf. IBM a IWdtfe mi. .Mb a nth 4fta.
world banti work vondim.
FAT WAim rPOMORHOW several hundred i)eoi)le will
m m buy player pianos in New York City
mm mm wm kjv wvi -m srm mm mm - -
ami -ui uido
The firtrt thine; to do when you meet
with an injury is tn soak a piece of
flannel with this wonderful oil arid
wrap it over the place that hurts. Il
is antiseptic, soothing and healing, and
gives quick rciief. Trial bottle loc
iBcattttful S)crbtns $tctcs tn &ilitx Pate
kHE use of meat and vege
table dishes in silver plate
is growing by leaps and
Oravy Boat and Plata coma
tn two alzea, half-pint and
Platter with Wall and Tree, heavily Plated
on Nkkel Silver, Silver Soldered. Conies in
all sizes. Price, eighteen incheb long, $J8.0U
Nothing adds more to the
attractiveness of a luncheon or
dinner than attractive service,
and no service is more attrac
tive than silver.
Not only on the score of
attractiveness but of long service
it is most important that these
pieces be exceedingly stable and
Those which are subject to
extreme heat should be silver
Our serving pieces heavily
plcfted on a nickel silver base
and silver soldered at every
joint are very beautiful in design,
and in quality are of the very
For pieces which are not sub
ject to hard service or great heat
we have also a less costly
method of manufacture, which,
however, is very satisfactory
for its purpose.
The MERIDEN Co.
(INTERNATIONAL 1 1 L VE R COMPANY. SUCCESSOR)
World's LtrgfK Makers of Sterling Silver and Silver Plate
49-51 W. 34th Street, Through to 68-70 W. 35th Street, New York
Tht balance on
the iihnu isnav-
ahle 1 dollar f ml 25 cents weekly.
The balance on the player piano
is payable 2 dolltra weekly,
This gives you
199 weeks time in
which to pay for
the plan') or tilt
Itetll Ave.. 2utli to 22d Street. New York City
Sit th Ave., 20th to 22d Street, Now York City
for your in
a real $550
Player Piano at $395
O'Neill's will sell Newton Player Pianos to a percentage of
these people which would astound you could you know the
number. We wish we could write a personal letter or have
a personal talk with those who are not coming to O'Neill's
tomorrow. We feel the same way about this as you do
'-'jrlj!il.l. Hil l, hy -111 V l..ics ll.
when you see a friend tfoinjr to a certain store for a coat,
when you know you could give that friend a quiet tip and
save him or her a lot of money on a better grade article
We have valuable information for everyone who is
going to invest money in a player piano to-morrow. It's
advice with a cash value of exactly $155 to you. if you'll
consider it. It is this:
Don't invest one penny in any player piano in
New York at any price until you come here to
O'Neill's and actually find out that there isn't a
particle of nonsense or exaggeration in our plan
to sell you a $550 Newton Player Piano for $395
at terms of $2 a week without interest. Or a
$350 Newton Jianofor $248.75, at $1.25 a week.
Come and find out. That's all. It will cost yon
nothing and It may save you $155.
Repeating the stnry liricfly, we ile.sirtftl for sound Imsineii reasons of economy
in time sad money I sell :iiio Newton I'liiyer Pianos in about two months' time.
To do what il the yearly business of the ordinary store sellinn Newton Player
Piano! in this brief time, required on inducement to the pnltlie th.it would he irreust
ible. So we cut tlfifi off the regular .''' price of u Newton Player l'iiino and suid
"While these three hundred IAA0 player pianos last - the price is :iuj." To make this
lowered rice immediately possible to all, we say, "Pay us $5 and we will send the
player piano to your home. I'ay us - a ueck on the liahiucc until m;i,, have Intm
paid and the instrument is jours. There is no interest to pay."
The $5 you pay us first docs not hind you to keep toe player piano--even after
you have received it at your home. It permits you to try this player piano for 30 days.
You can put it to as hard and fine a test as you please. If you DOOOflM dissatisfied in
any way with the instrument, or the terms, or the it year guarantee, or the privileges
given you in a ligned contract tell us. VVe will come and take away the player piano
and give back to you ail you have paid
tin. pi. hi nuilos tiir Nowton I'lii.v.r Piano '! Unit. You don't "gem"-res lou't ssetaisis
with .v.'ir lava i...ii vim buj thi playft plino. You knvw trhin you dscles to hup tali slsyesaa
tvhetber ii I good ot bad. And ihould any impi'faction dfvilop dntiag t'' lirt yosf iii,rbi-
yuu itill ire prott't'trd Bet'lUM you csn HIMII f"r S BW liijrr piiao willinul rvtru HMWi And
hould tomti imprrfvetion li"v Itavll at any tun flthis 5 y ur- jmi urc atill pruti'ctril. POCIUH our
Ultriller i'-nl. tint tliii stun will mukr Ibl niin r-
ifotion t I fithoul txpenac t" you,
Kvm ii ti"- purebiffr din bofori all psyeUMti nrr
mil bli limify i -.t III proti cted. Bocium thoy will
reoriva from ut it onoi ind voluntsrlly rooilpt
lot tin pimu - nn i King ill romiinins pnynenti ind
in, il. in,' tli' initrururnt tin ir propotty.
liny your plsyrr piiao tomorrow mil buy it 'tli
theff pnil'tion' liny Nowton tho pUyir piinu
t tint juftifit'iitarU thi t juit idea your judgntfot rich
dij '"i own it. Buy a S3A0 inatrnmonl at $$93
irbilf tho vv iv is open. Kivo I1AJ now bft'i uw
tin- illottfd SW1 Instruroiuti in reducfd t" u fw.
Xhraf won't I i-t long.
'1'iki 'li" mlviou nf your own rontnon arnae ind
,i ir. .-.I aee ibja Newton Player Piano tomorrow I
Sixth Avenue, 20th, 21st and 22d Streets
Main Minn lift! I i. ii. r l ,ik. nM "In .-t l lrmlun
All t!n ffiturea of our ooopir
alivi' plan urr Parried out iii offir
ilig piiuul With 1 1"' ainge txcep
fion Mi, it 'In- ti run on thl NlWtun
pi in" iri a vvi rk Initisd of
a-, nn tin- nliyii piintr9l.0U i
in tlil. roiiiM.ii ..fr ami until to-nlaht,
0 v RILti ahams CO m
UU. Jv., gUttl t" lid Si..
Kiw Tori. n. v. pj
Without anr ffllffHaf hatanrvf r on
m Mrt, .... may mail hook t PfatJ
rapat fnd lull daacriuiioa oi iba Mtaof
anj pit yaj piaaoa bt.ng oa JUf SJ
llcet an J Nu t Mm