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The Tribune uses its be?t endeavors to Inaure the trustworthlnee? of every advertisement it prints and to fowl the publication of ?II advertisements contain? ing misleading statements or claims. Mitchel or McCall? A Clear Cut Choice Is Now Offered to the Voters. The- two caodidates for Mayor havs now put their hands face up on the table. Wolch hand loes tho public Hk<- betterl Take first Um question of freedom from panolis] a.i?i part Isas obligations. Mr. McCall >a.\* thai he will be "no man's muti" iu tlie Mayoralty. Yet be ones Uis nomination absolutely to 006 man. The amocil of eight at PslBtosJco'i rtaslgnitirii bin a? Tammany's nominee and in s<? doing it reflected Murphy's Idea of what Tammany's move ought to be in a critical local situation. Mayor Gsynor s*sg lurut'd d<?\\n bscaase be sad sot been ?observlvoi ??iK.ucli. Mr. McCall was nomiuated bSCSOSe it was known that he would De sufficiently subser? vient if Muvpiiy bad wsotsd to run a candidate srho cooM gjo out before the voters and claim t" be 'n<? man'? man"' he would have renouiinalod Mr. Oaynor, who cooM exclaim "I have been Mayor' without four of public challenge. With the hand-me-down ?lominatmn given to Mr. Mi-Cull contrast the tedious and complicated pi'ot o*-cs which resolted In Mr. Ifttchel'i recognltiorj as th?- nominee of all the fusion forcea Hia selec ti"u represente?! tlie crossworkings of hundred?. ?.f IgJoences. He .# tlie cboice of the Repobttcao, Progressive and independen-o Lesgoe organisa tions. ?is well a? of the original citizens' nominatlug toiumittee. and has behind bin besides a ven iar^o element in tlie I >eru?->crati<- party. A DOSS with BOCb backing and with a nomination se tired after sorb s tdesprosd effort coold not possibly be one man's man or tho man of any icroup of political bosses; on the QOoetioa Of ecofMHrdcel administration ami good government Mr. MeCall talks vaguely about reducing expeodltorss and taxation. But what motive would g Murphy Mayor bgve for cutting <l?i\\n the public outlay, on which tho "sniuc and sleek" fatten 1 The more economical the City gov? ernment would bo the more would Tammany !>?? driven to live OB tho profits of \ i<e an?l crime, and living on such profita has become somewhat ha/. srdoua sin?'e h fearless prosecutor In the District Attorney's office has taken to uncovering the glim; trails of police corruption. Mr. MitcheT? csBdlda'cy. on the contrary, stands f<>,- real economy, .since it hlH'ids for the protection of citizens without regard to party against an organization which Is "work? ing for Its own pocket all the time" as actively under PodeStl Murphy as it used to do Unocr Podo?tas Tweed and Croker. ?in tin- third vital Iseue that of police admin* ist ration Mr. McCall merely advocates the crea ties of n special commission to take Jurisdiction Of gambling and prostitution. Dividing authority and enlarging opportunities for graft will certainly not remedy the police situation. Mr. Mitcliel say?, on the contrary: "I PTOPOSS, if elected. l?> liave a Police Commiasloner who will war <>n gunmen, ?rooks, thug?, cadet? ami prOCUrefg of vice." That is the only way to get anywhere. The eita?lel r,t police corruption will never he taken until the Mayor's office and the Commissioner's office arc filed by men who are real "onomie?'' of Tammany and ihe Tammany nurtured "System." The Madness of the Balkans. A year ato Bulgaria wan allied with c;ree< c sod BerVlS against Turkey. Now she Is allied with Turkey against them. In the Interim Turkey has bees soundly thrashed by Bulgaria and her allies und Bulgaria has been thrashed first by those allie? and then by Turkey. If there is any other combination of affaira in the lap of the gods the world will not be surprised |S see it rattle down. The "lumber room of Ku rope" ha? in a twelvemonth given the world more surprises and more reasons for disgust than any other equal area Of the globe ever has in equal time. Impartial historians herosfter will probably re cord that for the untoward and abhorrent features of the ease which hare so abounded half the re sponslblllty rests upon the Balkan States them? selves for their turbulent and savage disposition and half upon the great powers for their selfish meddling. To Abate the Signboard Nuisance. The report of tbe Mayor's Billboard Commission, which was reecntly forecast In our columns, Is dis? tinctly practical and encouraging, especially In Its indication of the ways and means by which a dis ?redlUible nuisance may b?' abated. T<> secure full relief amendment of the state constitution, as hitherto noted, is probably ue<essary. But a large measure of relief fnun some uf the worst features of the ease may be obtained at once merely by the enforcement of existing laws and the makii.g and enforcing of others for which there is now plenary power. The monstrous displays of advertising hoardiugs around parks and publl?- buildings and aloof park ways are in direct violation of existing law. .VI that is necessary is for the Park Commissioners to enforce the law. as it Is both their power and their duty todo. The abatement of unsanitary conditions. the suppression of Illuminated signs which disturb or prevent slumber, the elimination of lire and \<.in?l hazards and various other radical Improvement-* of gglstlgf conditions ?re nil within the present powers of the health, police, fire and building de pa rtments. The lu? id SBjd CSSJVlsXigg report which was yes terdsy presented to Mayor Kline demonstrates thesg fjBCtS and fixes responsibility for COfltiOOSnce of the objectionable conditions, lis gathers, have done a good worU. and that work should riot be in vein. A tpeejdy result should be the disappearance "f a multitude t?f signs whkh are now offensive to taste, dangorous t" health, property and life and in violation <>f the law. The Fewer the Better? "I do no) believe that women are being degraded by the fashions id' the times; flip fewer clothed we ??.'in wear with modesty UM better >yo Miss Jane Add?ins is gjOoted ns expressing herself upon the question of Hip hour. The first Imprmlon of these words is deUfbt ! fully shocking. But a closer reading of MigS | Addams's opinion shows a beautiful begging of the ! whole question, with every hint Of I ?hock carefully I eliminated. "With modesty'* nie the qualifying word?, it will be observed, with which she drapes i her otherwise hald ami too convincing praise Of I "fewer Clothed." And there yon are What Is | modest supply of clotbesl To some ; sensitive natures only a race of women ?lad in meal bags would he completely pure. To the general run of mankind modesty expressed ipiantitaiively In terms of clothes is su rsrlable ? facto* -being one tidug on the bathing beach, another ?t gfternoon ? tea, and yet another St dinner, and Sgsln Something , quite else in grand opera that an ?curate guiding rule is quite unobtainable from such s confusing source. Altogether, Miss Addsms ua* taken ?? very sstute stand, she pats modesty on the beck. And In the same breath urges on the excellent work of making women more comfortable and more beautiful. Can eren Mr. Corostock And fault with so beautifully i Impartis! an attitude? The Sad Lot of Murphy. One pathetic sspect of the discovery made by the simple and trusting "Evening sun" :ha? a rote for McCsIl Is a vote sgsinsl .Murphy ?> the fact thai p<??r Mr. Murphy is thus lefl utterly out of the present campaign, without ;i esndldate for the Mayoralty to hi* name. ! This i- I grievous sltustlon. Kor whom shall :i member of Tammany rotel Kor whom ahsll Mr. Murphy himself rote? Musi be. If be Is to exercise ; bis freemen's right In Sorember, rote sgalnai i himself'.' Perhaps "The Evening sun'' ran -hod sume light upon iiiis perplexing problem. Perhaps it esn siso che s suggestion >>f what ?t would regard es i genuine, nil-wool Murphj ticket, gusrsnteed not to f.ole The Plaint of a Poet. Hnrrv Kemp, tlie remitier who made off with Upton Sinclair s wife, avers tbsl these aro bsd day* for the poets The market is not what it used to be; epics and ballads sonnets and rondelays aren't in demand. The public is ?mi Interested, being too much engrossed In chasing the dollar to watcb others ?liase the Mures. And ?o Mr. Komi'. Bndlug ' business dull and m? prospect of any Immediste I amorous sdventure, sot- out for Europe, shipping as i stowsway on the Oceanic The oi<i World, perchance, will sppreciste him better than lbs New. This is ?il very well, but somehow we think no bare hoard it before, it is the u]ri plaint- the sge ! Is too materislistlc t?? sppreciste poetry? H Derer occurs t" Hi'- versifiers who make it tbsl their rerse is too puny to attract the sttentlonof the sge; tbsl tin* grout j?.???! creates ? demand v.ritos arlth such truth and force that the public, Slmosl in spite of itself, sccords him support, For from it. it is easier, sud pleassnter, to rail at your contempore I ries than to wort f??r them, to sbuse the public for I not sppreciating you than to produce something which vviii niake you s'ortb spprecistion. Perhaps Mr. Kemp's sttitude sccounts f?>r the very j limited value of his work, it Is the attitude, wo i think, which han prevented the devHopmeut of great poets and given us sin-h an arm.v of smeller "'" Scorn of the reeding public deters "nr better poets from doing their host and at tlie s;imo time moves their les? gifted brethren Including Mr. Kemp to do their WOTst. The publie will support the poets when the poets show themselves worth] "f support, mm? no sooner. Double-Jointed Prophecy. if Representative Bereno E. Psyne'a speech on the tariff conference report wst not mlsundersl.i by tho press reporters he ?-.ut himself Into s some i what awkward pradicameut as n prophet, in one | part Of his remarks ho said that. American com I maree and industry would suffer a disastrous sel j bad under tlie new lavv and in the other be I dooiared "that all the small reductions In tsrifl I WOtjld !"? a! sullied Ht the wharf and would never roHeh the consumer." it must be evident thai if domestic prices remain i as high as they are now no great damage can be done to dornest!?- producers through the Under? wood revision In one sens? the bill will be a failure, since its fmmers intended tt? reduce the prices of many artilles of popular consumption. itut it will not be ? failure from the Miff protec? tionist point of View which Mr. Payne has always made his own. since it Will demonstrate lhat there are other onuses more potent than tariff duties aro in determining domestic prices. The same argument was made against the (ani dian reciprocity sgreeroent its opponents said that It would injure AmeriCSn producers and yet yield no benefit In lowered prices to Amertcsn consumers. If two such contrary results can follow 1 in the lowering of tariff rates et if rates can be raised so as to benefit the domestic producer with? out in any way Injuring the domestic consumer tariff making becomes a-mere sleight of-hand Jug gling with rates, of no mat?riel bearing M tht wel? fare of the great masses of the people. It would have been more logical for Mr. Payne to stick tO one theory and to say that If duties go down end thp domestic producer Is thereby crip pled prices will go down also and the temporary benefit the consumer derives therefrom will be IObtained St ?the cost of the nation's industrial efti? ien?y. '. A Grade Crossing Tragedy of Another Kind. A grade ci* sing tragedy in Brooklyn 01 Wednes? day evening s worthy of pstolng notice because of the radica1 difference of ils drcnmstSUCes from those *,f most such Incidents. Generally the rail? road company Is blamed for leaving the crossing lingua rded. or I be watchman is blamed for neglect uf duty, and ,i! is some pedestrians Of drivers on the cotnmoa t aid who era killed. in this casi' ?h these rireumstances were re? versed. The crossing was guarded with gates The watchman nrgj giert an?! efficient in closing the! ?.ates ami warning people back. But people per? sisted In crawling under the gates ami crossing the track. Ami while trying to Stop them from tins. i 1* m Now. PROMISE ME, EDWARD, IF ELECTED VOULU BE YOl'K OWN BOSS. snd while sctttsllj saving the Uves of some pushing them od the tracks the wstchrosn i himself struck snd killed. ?'usine would accu to require thai Hits mi heroic devotion to dutj should l?e r.gnlsed, ; the reckless folly of the people whom be eras trj te '-ave should Ik.ndemned, Ju-t .is earnestly : ?is ronsplenousij as. in other esses Is thenegligei of railroads and their employes In n??t props Rsfcgusrdfng the public, i ..m ne ? - , \t . ? lan'l it rather Impolite ??? rail our nir.it podeata, r Mui pli>. "no man" ' i'"i catl .- ? ? in polttii - i-?? one has an: i hi on the Hon. J.'? A. Cantor Timo weeks ?''-" ?'???? i uf Mayor Osynt r*s c* vsss; t,<.w ho i* Tsmmsny'i andldati for Pram n Han Ison'a seel in i tons THE TALK OF THE DAY. if thej * et gel to i unnli i task sos dosn Georgia the ?vim- will be might] psrticukM wl : ?gard to persoi ? i I hem on Bunds) s T Court of Appeals "r tin Cracker State has lu handed down a decision In nhlcfa the refussl of ? Atlsnta man to i i foi sn i itoraob !?? used on Bu ds) la upheld The pouri says: "A eontraet ma. ??il Bunda; m furtherance of work of the ordinal calling of one of the contracting parties cannot i enforced bj him." Maybe there would be mai more v.,uni; men rldini home In the earl) ho?ir* i S'unds) if the same conditions existed in this "no* of the woods." "Wake up," ssld ? stranger, giving Rip x " \\'mkio ?* shako. "Why ii?- here dreaming snd mist Ing all th" world's grestesl events?" Panama Canal dug " inquired Rip ?x?. ?? "Tammany out '"' ' Nu " "Bryan Pr?sident?" "Not yet " "Tht r. I guess i haven't missed snything." And h- turned over for snother nap Pittsburg Post, I Hlldeshelm, the litas sntlejue Hanovertar towi which tourists like to visit because it is so roaii .simple and old-fashioned, has lost one of Its won ders "The Luderighaus, ^ itti its wonderful fool forty feei high, has often been pointed out t.. vis Itors." says a letter from thai place, "as our Wolken kratser (skyocraper). One day recently ? spark fei upon the roof snd soon the seventeenth sentar] 1 nil.ling was denuded of Its towering cap. It Wll he restored and will be admired even In tlila day ol the motor car and electric llRht." ?s.? the pelles havs stopped the performance si yo? tmv a been k?v ing H ?'" "Tee," replied iho theatre msnsger. "And it'i rather annoying. The piece wss doing well enough not to need the advertisement. -Washington star. Unerican musk is 'he fashion In Roubala at pris ont. reports Consul Joseph Emerson Haven, of that Prench city, when the windows In ssreral ?tores handling ?beet music ere devoted to the display of popular dance music Including gild? s, one-steps, etc. Noll Au people grow Old 1 like to see them still i.i. p up with the fi shions M? ii. Ves. we never gr??? too old to scqulre the latest wrinkle.?Philadelphia Record in an article in the currant "Case and comment" on "Jurisdiction of Teacher and school Hoard" Pro? fesase B. B. Haf-sttt says: In Wuyland vs. Hughes (Waylead vs Bckjoel Dlst No. \>. -t.". Wash, -Hi. B6 l'a? . B42, 7 I. K. A. iN. B.) u.Vj, tt was hold that the hoard may prohibit pupils from joining secret socie? ties on penally of lo.sif.g all privileges of the school except thai of attendance at ?lasses. Joining secret societies is now prohibited to pupils by statute In California, Indiana, Iowa. Kansas, Minnesota. <>lilo sad Oregon " nor.- . omes Pather Rellly." "New, that's our rector. Ho ain't no father; ho s K??t a wife and three kids."?Life. THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN THE MAYOR WAS NOT PRESENT Didn't Accompany Mr. Waldo on the Latter s Chinatown Visit. T" the Editor of Tu." Tt Ibune su v. ill m klndl) com et i Mate ment ?-"i tabled In ??" srlli I? ? I i ??if-l in j ?cir i', i ? r of Frida; Septem? ber *T, to the effect I I Ma Kll I? . : . i .. . .,?!, r the ? ^ evening when th?* lniter visited .' tii<? duwntowr precincts Inelud Ini r*hinatowi and t ansferred certain officer? because of conditions which ha found lo < t there? Tl ? Ma? Si ? ?? nol ? ? ? the Police i ??mu?aatoner on that "? asl m JAMKS M \ttmi:\\s. > ? itlve f Ma oi '- oflh ?-. \< a l or* bV pi I ? I MANUFACTURERS AND MEXICO No Action Has Been Taken with Re? spect to the Wilson Policy. To in?' Kdltoi of ? Pi ?? ' ? HI in to-da i i su? of Tfe Tribun? on peg* ?"? a Buh-hsad reads "Msnufact urera Kind ia.it with WiHsoo Admlnls 11 ??i ion.** im appears at the top of a short artl cl? referring to th? results sf an Inqutrj mad? bg lbs f?tt ?eisrii dspartmeni of the national Association of Manufacturera i tu business conditions in Mexico. The kub>bead gtvea the read?* an erroneous Impression, us ISS National Assoctgtlos sf Manufacturera bai taken ao official actloti with respect m the Mexleas situation, nor has the association or any group of Its mernbera officially expressed an opinion arlth raapacl to the admlnlstrstlon'a ac? uno regarding Meal? o The Inquiry into bualncM condition? there ??h conducted ?* a matter of routine ?rorh on t ii<? part of the foreign deportment of th?* National Association of Manufacturera for the purpose, of giv? lug its nicniixrs the most reliable Infor? mation obtalsshk ??h the bualnasi situ? ation ati?l purely from a POSttMSa |"?!iii Of Slew. WIl.l.IAM M. HKNNKY, Manager Foreign Dtpertssent, National Manutsu turera' Association, .v. m York, sept 2?, if IS. BRYAN NOT NEGLECTFUL. Lectures Do Not Interrupt His State Business, Says Reader. To the EdltOf Of Th" Tribune. fgi four correspondent W. it. Bald ??in is entirety ralstahen in his state? ment thai the publie business suffers be? reue? of Mr. Bryan's I ?duros i have had occasion to call at the state Depart? ment for many rears past ami 1 CSS say safely that Mr. Bryan has given mors honra to bis office in the Bret six months of hin administration than any ont of hit four predecessors He is a Uretaas work ? r and is .?t his office earl* and lute, and there is no tomplalnt from dlplwnsta or others ?roe have boahaesa ?rlth the state i lepai Intent The lecture? of ?rblch >our correspond? ent osmplalna are wsuslly dsUvsred at a point only a few hours from Washing? ton. The sensible portion of the public is at Isaet glad la know the real too res of Mr. Brvsn'l InCOtsa There Is nothing mys? terious about it and his frankSSet is re? freshing. It Is ?retl Known that the pri? vate and official maintenance of the office of the S. ? letary of Mate Is a great drain 'm the hsosatt tf the laeombeat it is well known that Mr. Rryan Is a kindly and charitable eian ; nor is it out of place to ?fate that he finds It neceassiy to maintain I home In Nebraska and I'lot i i ida as well as his residence In "fea ? ?. ! in man; parta of the ei -nul thai ? m ?? thousand* and I ' "f people who are ? Ihm; 111 Hr ?an'a lectures NtU only are tl ? rare oratoi Icsl treat, bul logt al com Im - ma upllftli .; and Inspli Ing. And the r |i '?v of |fi h- s an erould fi ? ?-.I Indeed if ha abandoned tl a Il une platfon ? ? 11 lio surest method or rea? I I ? laee of ? people * ho ?i? light In the I I e ad .;? . ?v, v of \t i" j in , Tour correspondent ef to the aev? !ei.ii defeats of Mr. Bryan foi the P . ? ntiretv forgetful of the fei I fi..' i iii- aahee of the* ? ? i ? ? :i triumphant and ? I '?? ? h w hi h Is putting Into the ? . land man] of the Ideaa ? I condemn? d bj our correspi ?.. v i time ?? the htstoi \ of tl ? on a lion ;;tt.. k< ..f < '. - will fell v.. barm lea* on our greet and patri? ot |i ;-. ?-. !.. of Si-.t. .1 \mi:s K McGl IRR Washington I ? C , ? HIGH FINANCE ON THE ERIE A Traveller Reports a Strange Case of Shifting Fares. To 'ii- Editor of The Tribune, gir: "For srsysthst are dark snd ? tbsl at-' vnin th" hesthen Chinee" is not m the running with the Brii Ralli The writer psld to cuts esch for two fares WaMwlck t?> Kutley, only to learn afterward thai he arouM have saved money by paying twice, viz. N cents P/aldwlch to Patereon and li cents ftater laon to Nutley, or a total of '?'?'> canta "un ' Inetalments" Can yon best it? New fork. Sept zs, usa K. B, K. RIOTERS. MALE AND FEMALE Excellent Examples for the Militants Are Found in Their Brothers' Record. To the Editor of The Tribune. Sir: in to-day's Triiiune it. a. Lawrence Informs us that because of the report ! that the militant suffragettes are hiring ?non tu start their riots for them ?'here Is one of the most rudlmsntsry ST? Ruinent? of the BOtia DOSUtifully BUI mined, that the power of the ballot minus the physics! ettributes to enforce the ri'sultiint effects is an ul surdlty and un Iniquity." Now if she srill define what constitutes j the "physical attributes to enforce ttu resultant effect?." WS shell he able to determine .iust what Individuals bsve n right to voto, i presu ne ? ?.?? would ssy only these who we sliglblc for miutan duty. Then all of us nun who an 0V< 45 yesrs ef ass, all physictsna snd mem? bei.s of other professions wlii are ex? empt, all persons who have the slight? est physical disability or are a little mi? ner the standard height have no right to a voice In an. ?uni; connected with our j government, while mi women who are Oh] Mcally UP to that stainlaul have a right 10 vote. She sags,' "The hitter, hecaust: it vveu\i Ki\e one-half the rotors the sower <?>< thrust the other half Into nations! strif", or even International difficulties and DOO .slhle, warfare, while it the Breaker, SO? cause the feuilnine half *Sl cilinly hii?1 BSfely St home. Viewing the results of Its work." Ven, I remember luring ai ?I after the war of the Rebellion how the wives, mothers and SSUghten SSl ??nlm ly and safely at home, feeling; no con? cern ST interest In the country. The other half had the power to thrust all this liaspUMss upon them. Anvwav. how Is It tint it mere hand? ful of women In London during a few ' ?years' time have SStsWtehSd thi Matdard An Open forum for Public Debate. aronu i ? ? ? ?"?? all rime ? . ? ? . . ? . to the i ?? bulhHag ? ? '; v I] .1 of ? aras do m. i . and own GEO M. BKBKBOWKR, New ferl PRAISE FOR CANDIDATE MARKS la Him Now Yorkers Can Vote for an Honest. Efficient ?nd Public Spirited Man. To . ? ling the news - m The Ti Ibui ?? summer, !?? . ai i ? ?truck by th? fsct that so I ... . | ! fuaio if Ma i heve had I knowing Mr. Ma ? ? ?> Hors ors honest, efii i*nt and publie spirited man put up for p'ihll? office, ta hi usually the east when - men I DUght Mr. Murk? ? office to ? i ich h? sew aaplrea, but the a? i so iht Mm. Beery vote for him trill e a rote for ? mes ?rho trill In every wa) bt fitted) to continu? th* mai\. lions ?rorh now being carried on by ii i pi edecessor, Mr. McAnei I ? it is now up to the peoptt of New ?ford to show that they appreciate it when they are given ihe oppoti intty to '."te for a really olean tnd Independent man to bt their public -? ? M M S. Mew foi k, s. pt M, IfU. WANTS BRIDGE RULES EXTENDEO .- Editor of The Tribuno Blr: Will not our milll >? Mayor, a< i at? torned to "guMlng right?" tee that th? now on Brooklyn Bri?iK?> ?rhteh read "Keep to Right" "Spitting ProbJb il. il he extended tO reach SOWS Park Ron ami over to und south on Broadway .' This, ?rith i ?light revision, "?'an-' Umbrella or Cane Properly," would pro\? helpful to thoa? who are daily abused !,e ? of a lees ot' Buch regulation? LEWIS PHIIXIPfi. Nee ?? It, Bept I, BW. THE MARRIAGE RATE. From Tbt rifSMr Si lome Monthly. Uattke the MfOi ist? tad Om ?ten r?t?, iha ?atftttae MM '?? sel tltscoi B| pru< lably in the aautsa cf t ?? last fo.-ty rear? M wae. U t? true, a.-:iiewri?t lila'.er Si t' e early nia. ?.?it if ??t ?al* Id m Bw aorta SPa Th? ? iristtM rrenu \>nr t" -e?r i?. eaatsd by e ?OOnUc anj eocla.1 condition?, ?o t: .?t tha BBsTftaga rut* b?S >aen asOsi the S?*????*? of t e ?r<i?;etlty of a nation ISS owtst Betrfflagt rate In Kngland MtS 142. In Bfitl H uacreated to ifl& m \*W and has BOSS Ss etaaad t. 13. Tas ?oatdi sisa M Su Basant BOBOlBtleS MJ fa" rai.le to a ?MI ?leal rite but to a lil?h With raie and a high mania?? rate. Among ea. h million of the population there ?rert in 1901 In Kngland fSTJBl BBtOStS tie as?? uf twenty ?Sd thlrt> IBSTi Sj ??r msn>. gSkSffi Si Fran? gMJoSi In Swe idOB, ?11*.7T.? Most BNatlOSgM occur bet?r???n thaae Bgtl and BOSltS SU BBOOtSB ?ra born *hen the mother la batweta these age?. T ? aseaas of people M these agea hi OSes*, rntam would arc.Hint for an asaaaa of mur.'agea an? btrth? af M per cent ?VOX Frame and 2" P?r cent over Sweden \s th* BSBjSSS i>opiilattoai becomes, stationary ?? BttJ tagtet ? deer???? In mairlage? sn.l birth* to that ?ittnt DENATURED ONIONS. From 'l"tir Philadelphia. I?i?iulier. \V>- BT? unable to g ' ?Sfltttd ov-r the de ?lex ??lopni'-oi of m onion thai has no ?mell To nur ?raj of tblahlsg, H is a bata canard on the onion.