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MJ wp1"""' vjw'j-m :,v!py" 'r-''i"i'v;i'Mift
the affair cams drench dhut off all
but the baro anoun cement of what had
tflnal checking up by the American
Smelting and Knflnlnjr Company tit
Its pmcloyoea to-day nhorwed etchtetn
foreigners unaccounted for. Nine
teen Xorolcnera were reported to
have been on tho train, only one of
iom, Thomas XL Holmes escaped.
Following la Uio revtawd list, wnlob
was Issued by the smelting odmpany:
G. IU WATSON, El ro.
IV. J. WAUACB, El Pas
It. V. ItOMERO, El ram.
T. M. EVANS, Chihuahua Clty
' C A, PlUNCIlij, Ban Francisco.
. It. ANDERSON, Chihuahua City,
, It. P. M'lIATTON, El Paso,
A. COUCH, Chihuahua Ctty,
C. W. coy, Denver.
ALEXANDER O. HAM DoUfrlas,
CHARLES WADIiEIOH, Blshee,
Ii L ROIJIKSON, El ru,
O. W. NEWA1IN, El Paso.
, 11. C. HASSE, Miami, Arli.
J. ADAMS, El Paso.
R. H. SIMMONS, El Paso.
,V. D. PEARCE, Los Angeles.
; J. W. 1VOOM, El Paso.
1 The murdered Americans wsre
1 raturnlna from Chihuahua to
I mining properties at Cuilhlurachl.
I The Carranza Government had
i invited the return of American
1 men to Mexico, and had offered
, to police the mining districts to
sure their safety. The train
1 carried thousands of dollars In
, currency and a large quantity of
i auppliea aent by the American
, Smelting end Refining Company
. to ita mines. It Is said a guard
: ef Carranza soldiers for the train
, had been refused. '
DEMAND IN SENATE
(Continued frron First Pane.)
son, Thoma.fi 1J. Holmes, survivor of
"My son, Thomas n. Holmes," read
the tclCKittnit "is nolo urvlor of le
rent Mexican outrnjre. PImihp do
everything ponslblo to locate 11101."
"I simply reild tlilH rncssajre," said
Senator Galllncer, "to show that the
recent horrible outrairo committed In
Mexico Is worthy of tho attention not
only of tho Coivrrcs of tho United
States, but the Executive Department
of tho United Btartcs ns well."
Senator Ilorah took tbo floor, dls-
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claiming as did Nenslor Galllnger that
ha -.poke for his party.
"There Is no reason nt this time nhv
tbo American people should not lot tlm
fientiment on this question be known,"
he doctored. "Five years ago seven
American cltlrens vein murdered Just
this sldo of tbe border, near Douglas,
and eleven others wounded. The Mex
ican peoplo expected to see this cniin
try, in harmony with Its trmlltion,
enter upon an nggiosslvo policy for
the protection of American rltliens,
They braced themielves against that
nltatude. Hut, Mr. President, then be
can that aldf-atertiln. procrastinat
ing, apologetic, tin-American polio,
tbnt 1- not ended yet
"To-dny we nro old seventeen Ameri
can cltlion.i have been shot to death
Fortunately, It was impossible to
mother this Incident. II Is only part
of tho atory, for much of what has
happened south of the border has
"If tho lid was Just taken off at
the Htato Department and tho Ameri
can people could nco tho reports nf
tbo lira rill an Minister on tho killing
of American cltixcns and the insult
to tho American flan, It would not
take them long to decide what they
wanted to do. Shall wo wait longer?
For ono. I would demund protection
for Americans of Carransa, nnd If he
did not give assurance of protection
In a way that would leave no doubt
as to Its being carried out, I would
"I am not going to nrgue, but I
think wn ought to settle now onco
for all whether tho lives of American
cltixcns aro safe, across tho I'.lo
Senator Thomas, Democrut of Col
orado, charged that the Standard Oil
Company on ono hand nnd the Pear
eon Oil Syndicate, on tho other, In
rival efforts to obtain n monopoly of
tne on ministry in .Mexico, were re
sponsible for the revolutions In that
country nnd had covered It "with a
sea of blood."
Chairman Stone of tho Foreign Re
lations Committee declared ho won In
sympathy with the general idea ex
pressed by Senator (lolllnger.
"Every one will agree." said Hena
tor Stone, "that Homo kind of punish
ment will be meted out to tho as
sassins who committed this crime.
The Senator from New Hampshire
says ho thinks the time has come
when somo permanent steps should
ho tnkon to protect the lives of Amer
icans In Mexico. Would the Senator
otiject to informing the Seuatn nnd
the country Just whnt lie thinks our
Oovernmonl should do?
"Ho knows that wn can say easily
that tho outrages In Mexico huvc got
to ntop and that wo can denounce
them. We can Insist that punishment
lie meted out, hut the thing that con
cerns me ns a Senator and many
others in nn out of Congress is Just
wnat we oiikw. to io. There is where
wo como to difficulties. And on ihnt
very Important suliject I would he
glnd to have tho opinion of onu wiser
and more experienced 'thnii myself,"
GERMANS GALL ON TURKS
. TO STOP ATROCITIES
Makes Representations as to Treat
ment of Armenians, Reichs
tag Is Told. '
RERUN (via' wireless to Sayville,
L. L). Jan. IS. fJermany has made
representations to Turkey regarding
alleged Armenian atrocities, It was
officially stated to-day In the Reich
stag. Dr. von Stumm, Director of the
Political Department of the Foreign
Office, mode tne statement In reply
to n query from Dr. Llebknecht, So
cialist member, who asked what the
Government Is doing nbtfut the Ar
"Tbe tiermnn Chancellor," ho said,
Is aware, tliat tho Turkish Govern
ment, owing to the revolutionary agi
tation fomented by enemies, ban
transported the Armenian population
in somo parts of the Turkish empire
to ouier districts, tho uerman and
Turkish Governments uro exchanging
Ideas regarding certain effeots of
theso measures. Further details can
not be communicated at this time."
BATTLE IN BLACK SEA
REPORTED BY THE TURKS
LONDON", Jan. 12. A long range
naval buttlo in the lllack Sea bo-
twoen the Turkish warship Sultan
Sellm, formerly tbo German cruiser
Ooeben, and the Ilussl'an battleship
Empress Maria Is reported by Con
stantinople. Tbe lattor was hit by
tho Turkish veasefs fire, but the Sul
tan Sellm was undamaged, it Is de
clared. Constantinople claims that consid
erable loss wera suffered liv Mm
entento forces In their evacuation of
tho tip of tho OallipolU Peninsula.
Paction of the retreating troops who
refused to surrender and fled itawsrd
the landing places were wiped out.
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GERMANS LOST 25,000 MEN,
NEARLY HALF THEIR FORCE,
IN DRIVE AT FRENCH LINES
Paris Cairns Thai Gen. von
liimcn Tried to Bend Back
Baltic hi Champagne the
Bloodiest on the French
Line Since September.
PAIIIS, Jon. 12. The dormant) lost
more than 21,000 men outot tho 60,000
who were engaged In the onslaughts
Inst Sunday against tho Trench lines
In Champagne, according to Chnlons
despatches. Theso despatches de
scribe tho baltlo as the bloodiest
since tno French drive In Champagne
Many wounded German prisoners
havo reached Chalons. They confirm
tho report that (Jen. von Elmen
planned to break through the French
line and bend back tho wholo front
from Ithelms to Verdun,
The prisoners complained that the
German nrtlllory failed to do Its
work. Instead of silencing the Treno'a
batteries the German guns only
wrecked portions of advanced Frenih
trenches. The heavy bombardment,
lasting for nearly twenty-four hours,
gave amplo time for the French to
bring up reserves to meet tbe attaclc
Asphyxiating gas shells forced the
Frenoh to retire from several ad.
vanced positions before the Germans
Charged. The first rush of the Teutons
carried them Into tho French first line
trenches, but their ranks were riddled
when they attempted to push on.
Without -riving the enemy time to
fortify the newly conquered positions,
the French swept forward In a. dash
ing charge that regained practically
all tho lost ground. Hundreds of
bodies of acrman.soldiors wera found
In tho first line works nnd between
the first and second lino trenches.
Among tho German prisoners
reaching Chalons were 11 number of
soldiers bolonglng to the Imperial
BEULIN, Jan. 12 (via London).
The falluru of a French attank on Ger.
man positions north of Le llosnll
was announced by thu War Offlco
to-day as follows:
"North of I Jlcsnll, In the Cham
pagne, the French attacked our posi
tions stretching over a width at 1,000
metres. The ntlack broke dawn.
"The enemy ntleiuptcd to return
quickly Into his own trenches under
our very active firing. A repetitloa
of tbe attack was frustrated by our
EVACUATION OF CAPITAL
ASA USTRIANS PUSH ON
IIOMK, Jan. 12. The oarly fall of
Cettlnje, the Montenegrin capital,
was forecasted In despatches received
here to-day confirming the news that
the Austrlans have occupied Mount
Iovcen, "the Olbraltar of tho Adri
atic," dominating tbe 'roads to Cot
tlnjo and less than neven miles away.
Military ovncuatlnn ot King Nich
olas's capital began on Sunday. This
news preceded a message from JJerno,
Switzerland, roportlng tho fall ot
Tho arsenal at Cettlnje has been
dismantled and everything ot military
value removed. Preparations were
being made Sunday to transfer the
capital, but thu new eeat of govern
ment has not been selected.
Mount Lovcen fell after live days
ot torrlflo and uninterrupted bom
bardment from tbe Austrian eausd-
ron in Catturo harbor, tho harbor
roru ana iignter Austrian artillery
Drourai up to ciose range. Tne bom
bardment blew to pieces the first line
trenches ot the 'Montenegrins ou tho
lower elopes, slaughtering hundreds
ot Mount Lovcen's defenders beforo
they could escape.
Cettlnje stands on an elevation
anout z.ooo feet aDove tne sea. com
pletely dominated by Mount Lovcon,
neany ivuu loec mgner. m tnelr re
treat, according to Bernodesnatolies.
uie Aionienognns were unaoio to do-
story or removo tneir neivy guns
which presumably aro already trained
Commissioner Drnraiunnd Iteeovrr
Ins from I'neunioula,
ins conamon oi lormer wnarltles
Commissioner Mlchatl J. Dmmmotid
who Is 111 nt his home, No. 435 nivrr-
side Drive, was reported better this
morning. Mr. Drummond was taken 111
with a cold u week ago and pneumonia
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London Still in Doubt as to
Number of Men Trapped
LONDON, Jan. 12,-No .official word
has como for two days from Gen,
Townshend's Urlllah, Indian and
colonial forco beleaguered by on over
whelmingly superior numbor of Turks
In JCut-ol-Amara, to which It fell
back after Its unsuccessful effort to
capturn Ungdud, In Mesopotamia.
Tho British forces havo made sev
eral sorties, cuch time botng repulsed
with losses, according to tho current
stutomcnt by tho Turkish Wur Office.
The official Turkish communication
makes tbo definlto assertion that the
forco Is surrounded.
The last official Turkish ao
count said the Turkish troops hd
braphd'and entsrsd the main
British positions in Kut and that
it was expected the fortrtis would
soon ba stormed or forcsd by
hunor to surrender.
It la not definitely known how
many troops aro besieged. Tho Turks I
say Townshcnd left only ld,000 there
and continued his retreat along tbo
Tigris with the balance ot hla troops.
London docs not accept this state
ment as true, bcllovlng the com
mander would not divide his force.
On tbo other hand, military men hero
profess to bcllovo Townsbc id's entire
expedition ot 40,000 men la now In a
statoof siege at Kut.
Gen. Aylmcr's relief expedition, It
Is admitted, has been halted at Bhclk
Band, twenty miles below Kut-el-Amara.
Uetwcen him and Towns
hend Is it Turkish army larger than
tho cntlro Urltlsh force combined, nnd
either he or Townshcnd must cut
through this army to Join forces.
Whether It can be dono Is problem
atical, but unless a Junction can be
formed It Is believed Towasbcnd's
forco must surrender.
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ITEMS FOrt INVESTORS.
Ajx Hubber Company denlaretl
quarterly dividend of $1.26 n share,
payable March 15 to stock or record
Automnbllo exports' from United
States In October amounted to to.
123,337 against 6,til7,27U In October.
V. W Woolwortli Company! regular
quarterly dividend of 1 .1-4 per cent,
on common stock., payable March 1 to
stock ot record Keb. 10.
CHICAGO WHEAT AND CORN
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NO WORD H
OF BRITISH ARMY
,46'i Kit WM MX I
WE UNMOVED BASES
Berlin and Vienna Both Con
tradict These Reports and
IONDON. Jan. 12. Extraordinary
cold the temperature at somo points
having been, It Is reported, for a con
siderable period more than 20 decrees
below xero has enforced a temporary
halt In tho operations on the Russian
According to tha Fctrograd corre
spondent ot the Mornlus 1'ost, the
recent ltusslan attacks upset German
plans for renewed offensive In the
"For months past," he says, "they
hn.v been accumulating Immense
fltore.i for a spring advanco at Vladi
mir Volynslcl and at Kovcl.
"Tbe Kovel magazines are now be
ing hastily moved back to Cholm, nnd
tho Vladimir Volynskl stores to Sokal.
'mo Uourso Garette'n Dvlnsk corre
spondent says the Germans have also
begun to evacuate I'oiilewesch in tho
Ilalkan provinces, moving their stores
In motor lorries to Shavll, Llbau and
even Into Qermany."
niUlLIN (vlu London). Jan. 12.
It Is announced officially that a
Husslnn advance nenr Tenenfeld,
southwest of llltixt. fulled. German
patrols north of Kosclclinovkn drove
lmcK to ineir main ponuion itussinn
viinguards. A despatch from Her 11 n
sa vm :
"All Russian attarks in tho region
of ToporoutJ! ana ltnranoze, north
east of Czernowltz. havo been re
nulsed. tho War Otllco reported to
day, lvlsowhern there is a lull on the
Oallclan-Bessaraljlan battlo front "
FIFTH DU PONT POWDER
EXPLOSION IN TWO DAYS
Company Attributes Crashes to
Unavoidable Accidents Nobody
Hurt in Lust Blowup.
WILMINGTON, Del., ...in. 12. The
fifth explosion In two days nt the Du
I'ont powder plants In this vicinity
occurred late last night In the Hngley
yards of tho company on the out
skirts of the city. A small wheel mill
blew up nnd beyond destroying tho
building and about a ton ot powder
no damnge was done. No one was In
the mill at the time or near enough
to it to bo hurt.
The fourth explosion occurred late
yesterday afternoon at tho smokeless
powdnr plnnt at Cnrnoy's I'olnt, N. .1..
across tne Delaware stiver rrom Wil
mington. Thirteen tons of powder
went vff without Injuring any one,
list Hunday night there was n, blast
at Carney's I'olnt whloh killed Hires
men, anil on Monday tlinie wits an
explosion at the Hngley yardx and
another nt Carney m Point.
The Du Pont Company does not
appear to have uny suspicion ot
rilininal causes of the explosions. It
attributes them to unavoidable,
accidents, though the detlnlto cause
is not known.
BRITISH LOSS AVERAGES
15 PER GENT. A MONTH
Figures Given the House of Com
mons to Explain Need of
IjOKDON. Jan. 12. Infantry losses
on all fronts now average 15 per cent.
monthly Under Secretary for War
Tennan Informed the House of Com
mons this afternoon In explaining why
tho Government found It necessary to
adopt conscription to fill the ranks
These figures take Into account sol-
dlers relieved from duty because of
waundo but who aftftwara pvfr tj
MAP SHOWING POINTS
if I yftj,
i ON RUSSIAN FRONT,
! i nunnii ni mm
'""ll. MUM ULI UI
BLOWN UP AT LILLE
Berlin Reports the Inhabitants), ; 'v tr us just what happened
I . in tho Washlngltin Itoad wlirro tho
Believe "ACCldent Ulie lO
an linglish Attack."
Official' Report Says Forty Per
sons Were Injured in Addi
tion to Those Killed.
Hi:itI.IN. Ian. 12 (via London). It
Is officially announced lli.il nn ammu
nition depot In tho southern section
of Mile has been blown up. Tho
"In the southern wallcd-ln section
of Mile an ammunition depot belong
ing to tho pioneer detnchnicnti lodged
In one of the casemates of a fortifica
tion, blew up. Tho nearby streets
naturally suffered to a very consid
erable extent. Rescue measures taken
resulted up to last night in the find
ing of seventy killed and forty In-
Jurcd Inhabitants. Tho Inhabitants
believe the accident was due to un
"Red Cross flags which wcrn taken
some time ago from tho neighborhood
of the railway station at Holssons
were hoisted again yesterday on tho
occasion of our renewed bombard
ment of the railway establishments."
(Continued from First 1'age.)
women had come face to face slnco
tho tragedy on the Nyatt Road. And
It was of .this woman, so tho prosecu
tion had claimed, that Mrs. Mohr
was so Jealous that she wait spurred
to the climax of murder. Mrs. Mohr
admitted last summer having writ
ten to Miss Rtirgor's brother-in-law
threatening her life If she continued
her friendship for Dr. Mohr.
DEFENSE JUMPS AT ITS OPPOR-'
It Is not at nil difficult to describe
Miss Hurger as a pretty woman. Hlio
has u fine profile dominated by a thin,
(...iiltltiM nswn linnnntli wlilr.li Iwi r
fined and well-. shaped. If generously
full mouth. It had not lieen thought'
she would be culled so early In tho
case, but tho prosecution was pre
senting Its evidence about the In
cidents surrounding the shooting and
slio hud to be heard
f. H.r... .1... ,1
feiiBo which pounced at once upon the
presented opportunity to lirlng out
details of Dr. Motifs intimate life.
Miss Hurger, fashionably dressed.
even to a high cttln-chln collar of
lynx and a pleated veil, went to tho
witness stand with u quick tep, took
her sent nnd threw back he.r black
veil with an air of being prepared for
unythlng. And nfter slut had lono
this, folding tier gloved hands In her
lap, she never hesitated with an an
swer save when momentarily halted
by objections from tbo 8tntc'a at
Tho details of the shooting of Dr.
Mohr and herself Miss liurger related
as they would have been by any one
who had been a bullet victim. 8ho
could not remember nil the Incidents.
She could not recall ever saying that
she hoped the matter would not get
into tho newspapers. Hut she recalled
that George Hcalls, Dr. Mohr's chauf
feur, one of the alleged conspirators
with Mrs. Mohr, had dragged her
across the road after the shooting,
bruising her arm. She also received
a black eye, but did not remember
Although Mr. Gushing had grilled
Miss Hurger nbout visits to hotels
with Dr. Mohr during tho forenoon
session of tho court, ho took It up
again wtiVn court reconvened In the
Miss Burger denied that she had
ever vlslted'Ncw York with Dr. Mohr,
and she said she had never visited
certain places In Iloston with him,
Mr. Cushllig read again from a list
of places in Providence, Newporj and
Full Illver. and Miss Hurger admitted
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a little of tins trugruni, antiseptic,
hrnling cream in your nostrils. It pen
rlnites through every air pnssage of the
licad, soothes the inflamed or swollen
mucous membrane und relief comes in
stantly. It's juit fint. Pon't Uy itulfH.wp
ftlu a cold vi nasty caUrrbAuvU
lin vlntr Rone to nil of them Iwo or
three times with the physician.
HER STORY OF THE AMBUSH
Deputy Attorney General I'hllllps
questioned Ml.n Hurger at the open
ing. Q. On the night of .tho shooting
whnt tltno did you leave tho doctor's
offlco? A. At 8.15.
i . ....... i ii
I W- iu viv iviifi in me car wiui
you nnd tha ctiatiffour? A. Dr.
tMolirV ilosr, which mt In my lap.
I shooting occurred? A. The chauffeur
stopped the car, shut off tbe lights
and got out. Ho raided the hood.
Then I hf.itd an explosion. The
chauffeur camo to the back ot tho
car and I heard him say: "Oh, my
God." Then l felt something strike
me. 1 was shot twice, onco In tho
neck and onco In tho shoulder. I
looked down and saw thn doctor sit
ting In tho car and I pulled hlin by
tho sleeve. 1 remember putting my
hand back to my car several times.
When tho cxplqslon , occurred. I
thought tho car was afire. I got out
of tho car, and I remember tho chauf
feur dragging mo to Uio side of the
road. I also remember that X lay
thoro for four or f five' minutes and
that tho chauffeur called for help.
Then somo peoplo cumu irp In motor
Q. Did you sco any ono nbout the
car except Mr. Mohr and the chauf
feur at the time of tho shooting? A.
No, not one.
When Mr. dishing undertook the
j cross-examination of .Miss Hurger lie
Plunged at once Into her relationship
with tho dead physician,
Q. You were In tho doctor's cm
ploy? A. Yes. I was engaged to be
his housekeeper for a week In tho
nbsence of Jllss Martha Wilson, t
had taken up my duties an house
keeper on Thursday or Friday, four
or 11 vo days beforo the shooting,
Q. Had you cvor been down to
Newport with the doctor before that 7
A. Yes, I had.
SHE AND THE DOCTOR FRIENDS
FOR FIVE YEARS.
' Q. How many times nnd over a
long period of years or months? A.
About a dozen times in a year.
Q. How long had you known him?
j A. Wo had been very good friends for
) tlvo years. He camo to my house
nearly every day.
! Q. When tho car was stopped In the
Washington llond what did the chauf
fctir say? A. That there was trouble
with the motor. He had turned off the
head lights and put on tho side lights.
When lis opened the hood he went to
work on tho motor. Then came the
explosion I heard, which I thought was
Thero was a long wrangle between
Mr. Cushlng and Mr. I'hllllps over
tho conversation Miss Hurger Is al
leged, to havo had. with her brother-in-law,
Georgo Ilooks. at tho hospital
soon after her arrival thero. 8ho
bad asked Mrs. Campbell to send for
Tho questions asked by Mr. Cush-
" '":u w ireaimcm oi
nor iutvr uio snooung. iney wcro
allowed by tho Court as detailing the
events ot the night of tho tragedy,
and .Mr. Cusblng refrained them, thu
ll, ..,!! .Ir,i,.i..l ..... .V..
,J .IIHh),1- HI" UbIUH IIIU
rrviil mnklni. r.iv loft nrm hlni,U nn,l
b!uo und discoloring my left eye. I
had been standing at thu tonnoau
tloor because I wanted to get tho
doctor out of the car und out of
dungcr. When Healls grabbed mo
and pulled mo across tho road my
rent dragged, no tld not ten mo
why he did this. Ho left mn lying
on. the ground. I wuh thoro four or
II vo minutes. I don't think I know
much of what went otj Jn that space.
Hut I saw the chauffeur stundlng In
front of tho car. Ho called for help
and I sat up as thu other motor cars
Q. Wem you not sticli nil Intlmato
friend of tho Dr. Molfrs that you fre
quently went to hotels with him? A.
Mr, Cashing read a list ot hotels In
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Waltz of Mine
By VICTOR JAC013I
Composer of "Sybil"
At tho Liberty Theatre
Newport, Fall rtlver and ScUuata
Inquired specifically nbout them.
"I'vo been to some of them wlt
him," Miss uurger repncu.
Tim aKiirnnv'u reaucst that BhO
nnecllln l-aallltail ill .1 PrOmDt OMt
lion hv thn People's attorney. Ml
dishing said tho People Intended 1
trodttcing a. letter irom -urn. muut'
flonrcrn ltriwltiK wlltcll WOUld CTlakO 11
liniMirt.. iicrtliient. This letter cor
iinn.t ,. ihront that Miss nurgo
wntttii never come out of the Newport
house nllve If she went there ngalni
Miss Burger, told of going to suppsf
with tho physlclnn nt several noici
oftun aH many ns three times n wee
.. f thnnv In thn Inst tWO OT ttlTfl
years. Attorney Gcncrnl Hlce ob
Jected to tho questions, ntu mo cou
..n.i i Vint tlm neonle's attorney I
charging In his ouonlng that Jfnlotifl
was ono of tho chief motives ior
crlnio had opened the door ior
such Inquiries, nnd Instructed
rin.Vitnr- in Tirneee.d.
linnrv 8hnrno Chnffca of Barring!
who wa ono of tho first to como upoi
Hw. HPene after 110 sitooiing, u
scribed at the morning session how
found Dr. Mohr and Miss Hurger.
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12 2' 12.2
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AT any time of I the
day you merely
iliiml on (lie cor
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bus you want, llow docs
it happen? It doesn't hap
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systematically d c v c I o ped
plan of despatching com
bined with maintenance
methods that keep tho
buses In the pink of perfec
tion and capable of main
taining a schedule for 123
miles each day, that there
may be a scat for you just
at tbe minute you want it
Eye Strain and
Other Eye Troubles
.1 i 1" t !L
tnac come irom misnc
and "bargain" glasses aro',
worse than those which
come from eye overwork.
Care of eyes is the life
work of the registered
Study and experience
have made him proficient
in examining Eyes and
fitting the precise glasses
required in each case.
Consult mi Optometrist reg
istered under stato laws.
Tuhllilird hf The OctnmMrtcil So
lid)' of th City ot New York.
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