fW -wiir ' 'TT i fT"'
IN STREET RIOTS
Sextette Also Adjudged in Con
ftaipt Police Charge Union
iMen With Guerilla Tactics.
'An order sentencing ntx strlklnir
mlftc drivers to jail and adjudging
, them In contempt of court won
signed to-day by Judge Norman H.
Dike In Brooklyn Supremo Court.
T$4 men were charred with violat
ing an Injunction against disorder
in' Ihe rnllk strike Issued recently by
Justice Kelby. They -were not In
court when the order was signed, but
were present at a hearing a week
agi. when the. charges were pro
Kented. Officers were sent to arrest
The) defendants and their sen
tences were given In the order an
Joseph Itlenxo. No. 144 Sackmnn
Street, Brooklyn, thirty days; James
j , Brennan. No. B17 West lMth
Btrat, thirty days: Frank La Frisco,
No 251 East T7th Street, fifteen
dajrs; Frank H. Cllwalne. No. 163
Kifft 144th Street, fifteen days; Jo
seph Bchwarts, No. 168 Kat Third
Htrcet, ten days; Michael Itcllly. No.
M Whltlock Avenue, tho Bronx, fif
Reports received at Police Head
quarters to-day of early morning at
tabks upon drivers lead to tho oh
wuinptlon on the part of tho pollcs
authorities that the striking driver
baft sottled down to a policy of
Walter Mehloff of No. S17 Knst 6Ctli
Stfet, a driver, was set upon by n
sra'ng and stabbed n tho back an he
was delivering milk nt No. Zlt Kaot
117th Street. Detective Strulhman.
who saw the assault, chased and ar
rested Carl Marullo of No. 333 East
ilalf a dosen mon ot upon John
Hughes, a driver, at 110th Streot and
Xexlngton Avenue, broke a milk bot
tle over hln head and kicked and
otherwise Injured him. Strutbman
also mad a nn arrest. In this coat.
charging Anffclo Sacarullo of No. 344
3ast listh street witn taking part in
J he assault.
MAGISTRATE TAKES STEP
TO DISBAR LAWYER
Oerrlr" Call Wylaad aa Cnllty
Am Alleged terladlar.
Magistrate Joeoph Corrlgan In Ilar
Icm Poltco Court to-day announced
that he win coll the attention of the
Bar Association to the professional
conduct of Harry "Wyland, a lawyer
or No. 2J0 Grand Street, and a cousin
of Samuel Kaplan, of No. S22 East
32d Street, accused of selling worth
ies, slot machines and unauthorised
ale machine territory. Kaplan was
3eld in 1X000 ball for the Grand Jury.
Witnesses testified that Wyland
helped draw up the papers in slot ma
chine transaction! In whloh they were
defrauded. Magistrato Corrlgan said
to the lawyer:
"It looks to ma as though you are
equally guilty with this swindler
Kaplan. A man who would do the
things it is claimed you have done
should be disbamd, and I shall see
that the Bar Association gets a
chance to investigate your conduct"
.a . ii 1- 1
LA GCAJtDIA Off FOR HAVANA.
Alrmanlo President La Guardla
Bailed to-day for Havana, tor a rest on
. jjT I? 3c,,n- AU11U0 "-
on a short time ago for sn injury result-
His recovery bad not bean rapid enough
40 satisfy his physician. Hli health has
(been sjrloiulr et back by the death of
mP "piB.ne iwi auring tne war.
Jits wife and child.
NEW ORLEANS' SELECTIONS,
FIRST HACR Mot Rtmr. Vfer Slvht
turuuND rauh Back Bir. Itoreb,
Pai VaniwvlaT "y
irouItTII RACES Iarr llitlm.
imTH Hotboy Baker. I.uckv
oTSSS? S1.'imfto?,i. . .
BEVENTII . RACB-Unk Boy, The
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
: (tkw4J to TiM Vrmlr WnrVl.)
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own story f his
CHARLIE VISITS BOYHOOD HAUNTS
Gets Laugh Out of Woman Tries to Preserve Incognito,
Who Trips Over Skirt
While Carrying Can of
By Charlie Chaplin.
(This Ii the twelfth instalment 0
Oharlin' OhapHn'a own story of hi
Vurnpcan tour, tn the previous in
ttalment he described his cscaps
Itom his hotel and the alleiillon of
ctlmirlng crowd and the beginning
of a trip lo scenes familiar to htm
I JUMP into the automobile again
and we drive along past Christ
Church. There's Baxter Hall,
whero wo used to see magic lantern
elides for a penny. The forerunner
of tho movie of to-day.
Wo arc passing the police sta
tion. A drear place to youth. Kcn
nlngton ttoad Is mora Intimate. It
has grown beautiful In Its 'decay.
There is something fascinating
Sleepy people seem to be living !n
the streets mora than they used to
when 1 played thorc. Kennlngton
baths, the rcaeon for many a day's
hookey. You could go swimming
there, second class, for 3 penco (If
you brought your own swimming
SEEN THROUGH AQINQ EYES.
Through Brook Btreot to tho up
per Bohemian quarter, where third
rate music hall urtlsts appear. All
the same, a little mora decayed,
perhaps. And yot It Is not Just tho
I am seeing it through other eyes.
Ago trying to look back through
tho eyes of youth. 'A common pur
suit, though a futile one.
It Is bringing home to mo that I
am u different person. It takes the
form of art. It Is beautiful. I am
very Impersonal about It. It Is an
other world, und yet In it I recog
nize somothlng, as though In a
Wo pass the Kennlngton "pub,"
Kennlngton Cross, Chester Street,
whero I used to sleep. The name,
but, llko Its brothor landmarks, a
bit mora dilapidated. Thorc Is the
old tub outsldo' the stables whore
I used to wash. Tho name old tub,
a lltlo more twisted.
WALKS AMONG LOVELY CHIL
I tell tho driver to pull up again.
"Walt a moment." I do not know
why, but I want to get out and
walk. An automobile has no place
in this setting. I have no particu
lar place to go. I Just walk along
down Chester Street. Children are
playing, lovely children, I sco my
self among them back there In the
past I wonder If any of them will
como back some day and look
around enviously at other children.
Now a woman passes with a !an
of beer. With a white skirt hang
ing down, trailing at tho back. She
treads on It There, she has dona
It again. I want to shriek, with
laughter at the Joy of toeing In tills
AT WOMAN AS THEY
FLE WITH $4,200
(Continued FYom First Page.
the threat ho fired ono shot at he-.
the bullet missing.
The young woman dodged Into the
doorway and the robbers, all in their
car ly this time, sped to Willow
Avenue, two blocks away, and turned
The car waa found later,
abandoned at Sixth and Monroe
I a4K T rn a n Hildas v rtititi
p01"0 llcens8 p1108 whlcn had hectl
taken from a Ford car.
I Thn lfnhnVpn flhamhur of Com-
of Commissioner of Public Safety Mc-
Feely to tho menace of such hold-ups,
.nil a twiIIpo niianl woa nromlsf-d to
I of their payroll moneys. Thcro was
no euch guard with Donker and
Kaiser, and It was eald that both
men wore unarmed.
Big Leagues Would llimit Price
of $5,000 for Class AA
I Judge Landls, commissioner or or
ganlied UoseDoll, was to-day uu
IzmI In nrncnt to lli mlnrvr l.nmim
i rm- " -
the draft proposition of tho majors
This action .was decided on lit the
meeunir or mo Auviaory council 01
1 orjmnizoa rustuuu una wuh njtproveu
both by the National und American
The proposition agreed upon pro
vides that one player In each of th
clubs be eligible for draft. Tho draft
price In tho AA league will be S.O0O
and In the A leagues tt.OOQ, In case
n drafted player is released w'lfc n
year the club from which ho Is take
has the right to ptirohahe him back
at half the price originally paid by
the major league purchaser.
Judge Landla will submit this pron
tiki I million to the ItlimlH nf thn mlnnr
ITIEVB GET HIS fS.OOO PRIVATE
MIDDLKTOWN, N. V Dec. 17.
Whilo he was attending a charity ball
last night thlevea entered the home
rtlchard McCormlck at Chester, near
u - . . . 1 .- Mnn . L . . ,.
I ilv nu Btuio fd,VVU wurLil Ul liquor
from his private .lock. State trooper.
I mnA 1wVil nillhnpltlA. . huntlnn. f..
and local authorities are hunting for
but Is Discovered by Ser
vant Girl He Used to
.mine old fnmlllui- Kenningloii. 1
There is a barber shop wlieie 1
used to be the lather boy. I won
der If the same old tmrbcr Is still
there? 1 look. No, he Is gone. 1
we two or thrco kiddlen playing on
tho porch. Foolishly, I give them
something. It creates attention. I
m about to be discovered.
I leap Into the taxi again and
rldo on. We drive around until I
havo escaped from tho neighbor
hood whero suspicion ban bacn
planted and oOinc to the beginning
of Lambeth Walk. I get out and
walk along among the crowds.
I'eoplo aro shopping. How lovely
tho cockneys nrc! How romantic
the figures, how sud, how fasclnnt
Ingl Their lovely oos. How pa
tient they arc! Nothing ronncloiis
about them. No affectation. Just
themselves, their beautifully gay
selves, sorenn In tlielr limitations,
perfect In their type.
I urn tho wrong note In tlun pic
ture that naturo has concentrated
here. My clothes nre a bit con
spicuous In this setting, no matter
how unobtrusive my thoughtu and
actions. I'eoplo are looking at me,
at lirst slyly, then Insistently. Who
am I? For a moment-1 am caught
A girl comes up thin, uarrow
rliestcd, but with an eagerness In
her eyes that lifted her above any
"Charlie, don't y.ou know mo?"
Of courso I know her. 8he Is nil
excited, out of breath. I can al
most feel her heart thumping with
emotion as her narrow chest henves
with her hurried breathing. Her
faco is ghQBtly white, a girl nb?ut
twenty-eight. Klio has a little girl
This girl was a llttlo servant girl
who used to wait on us at the cheap
lodging house whero I lived. W.th
pent-up feelings wo talk about tho
most commonplace things. "Wfcll,
how are you, Charllo?"
"Fine." I point to the little girl.
"Is she your llttlo girl?"
Sho says, "Yes." 1
That's all, but there doesn't seem
to be much need of conversation.
Wo Just look and smile at caca
othor and wo both weave tho
other's story hurriedly through our
own mlndB by way of the fieart.
Perhaps In our weaving wo miss a
detail or two, but HUbstantlally we
aro right. There is warmth In tho
renewed acquaintance. I feel that
In this moment I know her hotter
than I ever did In the many months
I used to seo her In the old days.
And right now I feel that she Is
DISCOVERED AT LA8T.
There's a crowd gathering. It's
come. I am discovered, with no
chance for escape. 1 give tho girl
some money to buy something for
the child, and hurry on my way.
She understands and smiles. Crowds
arc following. I am discovered In
But they are so charming about
It. I walk along and they kcop be
hind et an almost standard dis
tance, l , an fool rather than hear
their shutfllnir footsteps as thev
follow along, getting no closer, los
ing no ground, it reminds mo of
The Pled Piper of Hamclln.
All theso neODlo lust about Ave
yards away, all timid, thrilled, ox-
clted at hearing my name, hut not
having tho. courage to shout it un
der this spell.
"There he is." "That's Mm." all
In whispers hoarse with excitement
and carrying for great distance, but
at tho same tlmo repressed by tho
effort of whispering. What man
ners theso cockneys havo I
OccarlcM, mi, bj Tlw McOlur Nmnmptr
fThe continuation of Charlie
Chaplin's experiences Irvtho haunts
of hie ohlldhood will be printed
(Continued From First Page.)
excluded altogether, the orders being;
that they remain outside. This ap
parently was to prevent nil attempts
at Interviewing Individual delegates
regarding the course of defcato.
BELFAST, Dec 17. A ecore or
more persons were wounded In run
battles ln the streets of Relfaat to
day, following approval by the Urltlsh
Parliament of the Anglo-Irish Treaty,
An employee of tho city tram ser
vice was shot dead.
A slxtoen-yoar-old girl and thirteen-
year-old boy were among those shot
down by rival gunmen, who from
hiding places poured their tiro into
The military attacked the gunmen
In armored cars and finally drovo
them from their places of vantage
Throughout the night tho fight had
continued ln various sections of tho
city. The first eerlous outbreak fo.-
lowed the firing of a fusillade of shots
at a motor lorry filled with polioo.
Several in tho car wcra wounded.
The pollco returnod the flro with
machine gun and six of the attackers
were shot down.
The outbreak was by tar the most
eerlous of tho lut month of the peace
negotiations aud tho military was
most active to prevnt spreading of
New Public Service Commis
sion Act Declared Constitu
tional by Justice Hinman.
ALHANT, Dec. 17. The new Public
Service Commission Act, under which
tho commission Is authorized to In
crease ns well as decreaso street car
fares, Is constitutional, Supreme
Court JiiRtlco Illnmnn ruled in n
decision here late yesterday.
Tho decision camo on an application
of tho City of Troy to prevent tho
United Traction Company from ask
ing for nn Increased trolley fare in
that city or. tho ground that a fran
chise binding tho company to A B-cent
fnro Is in existence, and that the
State has no power to grant the Pub
lic Servico Commission authority to
Increase the faro.
In his opinion, J""'!r.e Hinman says
tho State never delegated to tho cily
the right to fix a fare except In sub
ordination to tho power of tho Legis
lature, which might at any time;
withdraw tho rate regulating power
from 'the city.
On showing that on a live-cent faro
in tho rity of Oswego tho Umpire gtato .
Railroad Corporation wouia do unaoio
Hfrvlff. iMmmLsslon has authorized tho ,
it. 'I rood to charge n seven-cent fare,
rending final determination of tho
rPI.A vmni..., uriia fllrn.tAfl In fill .1
nrhcdulo setting forth u seven-rent
lure effective Jan. 1. tteduced rates
are not affected by the order.
(Continued From First Pago.)
them failed to attend the last meet
ing of the Assembly because of a bi
llet that the nloofnesR of tho Unltod
States should bo hooded by them.
Mr. Harding usually lefers to tho
League Itself as the "European
League of Natlona." and. while ho
Insists that tho United States has
not sought to Induce any nation t
withdraw from tho European league,
tho Washington Govc-nment has not
failod to show its disfavor tho mo
ment any American question wa&
taken up by tho League.
Tho Department of State really
prevented the League from taklns
cognizance of tho Costa Itlca-Panamn
dispute. Tho controversy between
Chili and Pern over boundaries has
been boforo tho Loague, only to havo
it pigeonholed for fear the Unltod
States might not like It. Denials and
counter-denials wore entered that tho
Washington Government had offered
no objection and had. Indeed, sug
gested that this disputo go before the
But aside from the live questions
which are straining relations between
i-n rir.no nniintrles in this hemisphere,
tho question of recognition in Guat- '
amain, and a similar question ln
Mexico the Idea of a Pan-American
understanding arises out of Mr. Har
ding's conception of regional associa
tions of nations. Europo'B League Is
one thing. The creation of a Pacific
league of nations as embodied ln the
four-power pact la another. Now the
American Association of Nations is to
ibe revived so It may seok to accomp-
HhIi urcolse objects. Mr. Harding be
lieves international conferences should
bo summoned to settle specific things
In particular regions of tho globo. In
line with that idea, ho has called the
principal nations concerned into sep-
rato meotlngs. win he oak ail me
twenty-ono republlca of Central and
South America to get together in a
Inglo conference? That haa been
tho formula of the past and has in
volved difficulties, because it ha
placed large nations llko Argentina,
Braxll, Chill and Peru on a footing of
equal influence with Haiti, Santo
Domingo, or Nicaragua. Tho chances
aro that thore will bo a group analog
ous to the "Principal Alllod and As
sociated Powers," with perhaps a ro
tatlng personnel so as to take care of
the Interests of the smaller nations.
but in any event a smaller group
than has heretoforo been organized
for tho discussion of pan-Amorlcan
Although Guatemala Is for the mo
ment tho subject of consideration, the
question of recognition In Mexico is
dcstlnod to become a Pan-American
affair again. The last Administration
hesitated long about recognizing
Carranza, and finally summoned tin.
hit rnnkinr? rilnlnmnltn rfnrpflnntn.
Uvea in Washington of tho Central - .fia".VmS. "i.rwnCroHM
and South American counties before n&ctwar's Heady nelief wiuiout any
deciding wnctner conditions or recog
nition had been fulfilled. Tho Unlttd
Htatcs Government, under the liar
dlnjr Administration, nmy do tho eamo
thing namely, lay all the facts of its
controvoray with Mexico before a
Pan-American meeting. In th ovtni
of an adverse or farorablo decision
with respect to the Obrcgon Govern
ment, the policy would bo tho remit
of a general accord Instead of Indi
vidual responsibility. Whon Pacific
nnd Far Eastern questions are dis
posed of, the Harding Administra
tion's next step In foreign policy Is
toward tne south.
Pl nt roup
.Thomas Moore of National Motor
Dealers' Association Has Friends Con
, -tribute Use of Their Cars Toward Evening
j ' World's Plan to Make This the Best of All
nOU wii Jiof be to fortunate
a.i to ouin uu automobile.
You may be still richer in
the possession of friends.
llava you called on your friends
leecntly citpccMly those who
cannot-call on you? Your Christ
mas visit means a lot to them.
And that one vlio is ill at home
or in a hospital 7iat;e jyou ar
ranged lo send n flotcer or tiro or
a sprig of hollyt
Vhri-stmas joy isn't all in giv
ing gifts or in receiving them.
Christma.i Oood Will is priceless.
Kespon.ses to The Evening World's
suggestions to make this a Christmas
of K00d w an, c)fer ar(J COfnlnjJ ln
Promptness and honest-to-good-
niss Yuletldc spirit. Hero Is the
latest voluntary offering:
Thomas Moore of tho National
Motor Vehicle Dealers' Association
"as cmc lorwnra wun me oner or
ten automobiles. Most everybody
who owns a car.knows Tom Moore,
and when Tom asked somo of his
friends to get on tho band wagon, and
"come across" with their cars they
Just shook his hand with a hearty
"Sure thing, Tom! When do you
! want the buses?"
Tom couldn't say, Just then, but
for his benefit, as well as Uiobc who
volunteerod their petrol buggies, The
Evening World announces that tho
automobiles will be most acceptable)
! ti. carry poor or crippled kiddles from
their institutions to tho theatres and
Just as soon ns tho details of the
tiansportatlon . plan aro completed
?lr. Mooro will bo told of the sched
ule, and he ln turn will relay the
nnws to the car owners.
Many kind-hearted women have
U. S. ANARCHIST. PA&TY.HJ
ARRIVES IN RUSSIA
ii: in mi
Ueil at IMitn.
RIGA. Dec. 1C, (Associated Press).
MoHle Stclmer, Jacob Abrams, llymau
Uichowsky and Samuel lilpman, de
ported from tho United States after
Knit,. naMnnfj Mi- ntlnend Apriltlous
activltlcs. entered Soviet llussla last
night. They left the United States the
latter part of November for Llbau.
Rmma Goldman and Alexander Berk
man are still her. They are without
German visas or permission to go to
any other country, and their permit to
stay In Latvia expires to-rnorrow. it
1r undecided whether they will be sent
back to Russia, Miss Goldman was con
fined to her bed by Illness to-day.
Alexander Shapiro, another American
anarchist who has left Iliuula, is also
A Flavor for
Oa Chtiataaa Txwrrag. ri
ksast witn its aaeaaoiiea of
Ism ago, what oonU be smore
id-fashioned arocaa and
hoaest flavor a lirma-fit
of bans aad egas?
Of come, there a
of ham kbA all kiada of egav
Dot for Qtrirtraas, bo war of
egg of old fashioned Craab
neat aad real old-fashioned
Ferris Haai, The fiaror haa
for 5m ycaa.
F. A. Ferric & 0,I&
TTAMC n. VlfWKT
A Btde higher fg
Onto Bstlst W
IN A TUBE
A FREE TRIAL n"fS-0,,
additional cot to rou. KA.DWAY & PJ.,
2US Cnir HI., tfoir one.
All "liost and Found" articles
aovrtltd In The World or rtportei
to Txt and Found Ourtau." Roan
108, World Bulldlnt-. will bo listed
(or thirty dars. Ttiu Hits csn bo
a at any of Tho World's Office.
"Lost and Found" adTsrtlsemonta
eon b left at any et The World's
AdTtrttsInc Annclss, or can bo
telephoned dtroctlr to Tho World.
Call 4000 lleekman. New Tork. or
Brooklyn Office, 4100 Mats.
of toitcif to
volunteered to give parties to poor
kiddles, but hero Is a group of busi
ness women, members of the West
Side Young Women's Christina As
sociation, who nre also going to do
something practical for poor fninllles.
The members of tho Summit Ijike
Club havo nledRCd themselves to III I
ten or more Chrlstmns baskets to be
distributed to poor famtiirfl in inn joyrui throughout tho world's history
neighborhood of the West Side Hundreds of men and women have
Uranch. Supplies that arc left over written to The Kvonihg World saying
after the baskets hnve been tilled will they would do one or more of these
be sent to churches In the neighbor- things.
hood. Thirty of tho club members i Such written promises are unner
are holding on Christmas Kvc a party cssary.
for 100 of tho poorest children ln the ; Hut every. man .rid woman knows
Each kiddle will receive a stock- -
ing brimful of nuts, candy nnd a toy. i
After the children have had their
frolic, their mothers will have supper '
and will be invited to take part In the 1
singing of Christmas carols on the
One hundred and fifty boxes, filled
tf the top, with Christmas surprises
are to be sent out 'by the Girl lte
serves of Greater New York to In-
' .linn children Uvlntr on the Indian
Iteacrvations In New Mexico.
Tho Athletic Club of tho West Sido
Hranch will suuply the Christmas
greens and decorations needed by the
Polyclln'c Hospital for wounded sol
diers for their Christmas celebration.
When Tho Evening World suggested
a few weeks ago that everybody Join
Kill Your Cold
Q.O back to work Monday feeling
better than you have since you
returned from your vacation.
A quick cure Isn't possiblo witn
drugs that merely relieve tho symp
toms of a cold. You mast strike
nt the cnuse kill the germs In tho
system that cau.so the cold.
If you really want to bo well by
Monday just omit the quinine for
tho fever, the aapirln for tho head
ache, the syrup for tho cough, tho
liniment for tho chest that's the
long way, tho slow way, the dan
If you wont to feel woll by Mon
day stop at tho druggist's on your
way homo to-day and get a bottle
of Cfeofos., Take a few doses to
night. Take It regularly to-morrow.
Sunday night the cold germs, the
Influenza germn, the pncumonl.i
germs will be' gone from tho sys
tem. And when the germs nre
dead the symptoms of the cold dis
appear. Creofos for results!
Creofos has long been used by
noted physicians and In tho groat
hospitals nnd Is now sold by all
druggists. In three household pack
ages; tho liquid Creofos, $1.25;
Creofos Capsules, for convenience,
$1.50; Creofos with Sulphur, for
coughs, $1.50. Economical, fully
Del son Laboratories in Brooklyn
Catkua Soap Is Ideal
For Baby's Daily Bath
There is nothing more refresh
ing for baby than a warm bath
with Cuticura Soap. If his
skin is irritated or rashy gen
tly touch any irritation with
Cuticura Ointment after bath
ing. Cuticura Talcum is also
excellent for baby's skin.
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Mw. Oltent m, We. TalenaMe.
WCaticora Soap ekaroo wktaoat bus.
Kid's colds mean
CHILDREN romp around and
play, and become orerheated.
Coltf often results. Have Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honoy on hand
an4 sire thcn aomeat dlrct4. Itloaaoaa
that bard packed phlegm, ease breataiar.
rids of boaraenoaa, strained coaching' sad
Irritation in tho throat, waiting inreotfal
night. Very ;Uunt to take. Oood far
all the ftmllr, tea. All dranists. fa
wns outllnod. Thcro was no Intention
i . 1 1 1 i mi. . M. i..t.Mn,
nn the part of tho newspaper to do
mors tlian arouse jteople to the good
that a bigger and brighter Christmas
might ilon the world.
As to what ho can do best, or what
will best express his good will to his
fellow man, every man Is to bo his
own mentor and every woman
'and child likewise. Hut The Evening
Wrld did suggest somo ways In
niucn uie .iriniinas spirit migui ex
press Itself In Individual acts. Somo
of these were:
To vrsit a neighbor or fdiend.
To call upon a patient in a hos
pital or an inmate of an institu
tion. To invite a child or some home
leu man or woman acquaintance
to be a guest at Christmas dinner.
To give to a child a toy new or
To give a "Merry Christmas"
greeting to friends and strangers
on Christmas Day.
To write a latter to home folks
during Christmas week.
Not one of these things costs
money or effort. Yet they express the
good will that has made Christmas
A Charming Woman is Healthy
Health gives the only true and lasting
beauty to the complexion. Perfect di
gestion and assimilation of food are
necessary to ensure perfect health. For
relieving ailments of the digestive
powers such as biliousness, con
stipation, Bick hendaflics, flatulence
Beecham's Pills have proven their worth
V. countless thousands of women for
many years past. They aro convcoient.
gentle in action and positive hi their nx
LET'S GO TO THE
AT THE ST. NICHOLAS RINK
69 WEST 66TH STREET
P. M. to 12.30
Splendid dance mu
sic. Good ventila
tion. IarKC corps of
Instructor on hand
at all times for les
sons, cither private
or on tho Moor.
Morning lessons by
Under the Caretul Management ol tne
St. Nicholas Rink 69 W. 66th St. Phone 3700 Columbus
Hvory Cven'g Sat., Sun, Aft. A Eve.
Popular Nights, Wednesdays
- Everything Half Price - -
Men, Souvenir Night for the Ladles
166th Street and Broadway
Largest saltation of
Diamonds & Jewelry
at lowest prices.
HUB tVrlut Valr and up
SO Kins: mill up
8100 lllna and up
Written Guarantee. Uuelnee Confidential
floods DellToretl ImmedlAtely.
METRO JEWELRY CREDIT CO.
331V. 125th St Open until II P. M
$50 Diamond R!ni
$100 Diamond Ring
Wrist Witches, Lai alicre:
14K Elgin and Waltham,$l Weekly
llualntia ConflUf ntliil
All Uo4i bUirantMrf.
ConlldrntltL No Red Tte of
Emrtoycr'e tlrf erenrc. write.
rail or TrL Ton tstl.
American Diamond Watch Co.,
MeKia tint. 0s tinelmi. m. 1111,
WOnUJ WANTS WORK WONDERS
somo way In' whlcn no or sno can ."v
mako Christmas, better nnd brighter
for hlmsolf or herself and for every
body cUe, nnd this Is only to remind
them that Clirlntiims In almost hatv
and that they should not forget.
LIMBERS DP YOUR -'
SORE STIFF JOINTS
WEATHER exposure and hard
work bring pains and achea in
muscles and joints. Have a
bottle of Sloan'a Liniment handy and
apply freely without rubbint, for it
You will find at once a comforting
sense of warmth which will be followed
by a relief from soreness and stiffness.
Wonderful to relieve all sorts or
external aches and pains rheumatism,
neuralgia, sciatica, lame backs, sprains
and strains, ovcr-cxcrtcd muscles.
For 40 years Sloan's Liniment lias
helped thousands the world over.
You aren't likely to be an exception.
It certainly does produce results.
Ask your neighbor.
At all druggists 35c, 70c, (1.40.
50c 90 pill
P. M. to J2.30
A superb maple
floor on whloh to
sweep around In
great circlos to tho
rhythm ot lively,
thrilling music by
o n r roller-skating
ON LI FERAL
Flret ptrment eecurf Immediate
ilrlh.rr. No extra oMrse eo
iucuadlk noons iiw pntcrs
At Our Two Upstairs Stores
Cell, "rttf w Plxxie OOnTI.VNDTMel.
lAr.rjmtw catTi" on nrantsT.
6 MAIDEN LANE, Tat?
U1TOWN BRA X011:
Kfrt ?ll. Aw Otrr fchulte'l. 1 night BP.
OUJ Oin JW. Buijanc. on 42d St.
PIIONK VAJUlERHIIr S0.
OI-E.N EVKMNOS UNTO. tO.
S jm WATCHES
Tjk a PnUVejjrToPay
All Oqodt Oqnrmntted Strictly
.Confidential No &adTp-!MWUM
Agent Cb II otrRrfufct -
SniJ For Fimn XMAS Citalojit
35 Maiden Lane IhMohnliS
A STORE-NOT AN OFFiCE
inns l: l-.M.M.' 1 ' 1
DIAMONDS - WRIST WATCHES
We ttll on the beat. AU our
ikU guuintenl. AM Eli I CAN
HOUSE. No euvplojet e nlcnnen.
.No ml tape, MurUlly Conlldnnlil
llnilar. Uatrh K. nierrnnrl Ta
nnklif wiiiiw ilH'i u wian win uu.
lieCJUj :w Nim st. otm. Cltr Htl!.
Dnnob, 2l7 W IMlh St. BoUi Open Eiftilne
Buy from Diamond Cutter. SaYe V0
(SO DIAMOND RINQ .... II WEEKLY
$100 DIAMOND HIND 12 WEEKLY
JSO WRIST WATCHES . t WEEKLY
JOS ROSE & SON diamond cuTTsni,
juo. nyoc aun Ai maiden lane.
lliona Jnbn 111.
No Emlloyer'e Rilereeoa.
So " iN
f if $ -t' r'
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