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DIAZ NOW A REFUGEE
ON U. S. BATTLESHIP ' In N illl Two ('oillHlliiois. iiixl l MiIpiI liy Aliicri run Consul. I I; ( IM Z SNKKItS AT II I M .lililni't l oiiiiniiinh'r of Port lie- rliiiv hiii. Whs in No hllll !fl i. e ' ' ttf'pii'il. In Tur Six Vri i- Mel,ei. Il.t. -lien. Pollx r" hiiri-Hil tllsht frmit bote In V ..II Blllllni.lt Wheeling last lllgltt 1 , ' ii-itlmi. was trnnsfcrrtd I iti' ,, 1,1 tin battleship l,ns,a, i.i- r. .lived Willi t ho honors n 'i H i i. ink in tli,. Mi xleati .irmy, l ml lint Dhiz will !, tram 'i i 1 tn't passe nsi'i steamer ' , S. e Hrtc.llls Ml,,' tt LTl 1 1 the tiruli I'tlOII of the " " ik .ilm.inl (lir ciiiilm.it Whirl- ' "i Hint Ins f.. w:ix in danger M -ii'iil . n,i longer on Mexican coll i 1 mi i xpl.ilhoil In-day tli.it the t.'i in sodden departure from his , I in- appeal In tin- fnlted States '..I ,1,1 W.IK tllllt lmih llT Ills is ami ti.irtlsans Il.tM' been arrested in iif President Huerta and thai nml Ittfui mt tl Hurl, his i iol II I i'ii I i - Mit'i bent on liln destruction. Mi.'., military enmmiiuder nf r, i "i. ilci larod I M.i. has simply noif In ii ridiculous position by k "'nit lir was lii absolutely no - In' was under the lirotcrtlon . . ' oops Merely ii l.ni-U eif Cunrtra?. T' I' ,li'. i i i nmmiinder added that no r ' ir Hi.' arrest nf tint. Dials lias been i"! In ii- .mil that Diar. could come '"i i,ih ni'l 1,,, in no Manner. He linn glv ii ni.ii ki'il that Diaz wan Kullty l , ti'' i i l.i' I. of rourtc.iv. as ho should . i "in mill the military roinmaiiiler ii ntioti to change his residence. ,. In, i.: anil two companions. Jose li .i t ,. .i l .mil I'lvlllo (.'foil, on learutng ..i .it mug that tin- guards wlio hail .. i stationed on the roof of the Hotel . i' i wliitr (ilaz ami hln companions 're -topping, hail been reinovnl. went i., Ill,' roo' anil thenre to the oflli e of Ir ! Mans Consul I'anaila, which l hi t same building They aroused the Con- r ii 'l tnlil hlni of their fears. .Mr. ,inii i oininunicateil with the Wheeling I laiim Ii w.i sent to the wharf to i . . off the fugitive's. Nitmilirh t ti o street leading to the i. irfr.mi two hundred yard." away, was t "-'iilnl hv soetet police, Diaz and Ills f . -id" h-'d no elltll-ulty In reaching the i -r Tiny were taken aboard th war-s-'p it nine On the Wheeling is an i imri'iean newspaper man named Will innin who asked for prediction. era rnr Hitter mlnt !(. Tlir ' H zen of Vera I'ruE are bitter i cmnst rjfn t'lir. for hot lug placed hlin Klf i a rullculnii!" poMtlnn Thej ae. - rn ul iui,til, aim of havln nl Ms friendship for Orn. IHai to i' irrfere with hi- duty a n ionul. ' ii a.i.nrteil that ronml i'anaila ar 1 c- '1 for ipiNrttr for Plaz at the Hotej x einan lii'i'.iiis, the Amerlran consulate i the ami' biilldhiK. Oen. Plaz 1 cti' rail condemned an a "bad Mexican" ' i havliiK iked fnrclun protection from I 1 own muni r men. Kvansto and Paniel .Madeto, ielatles i' the murdered President, who were ar- ted last week at Monterey on a charce ' benK Imiillcatiil In a plot to dellier i' . It v to the rebels, arrhril here to. and were transfei ril at once to the "ii of San .limn ii" I'lun, on nil Island ihi harlmr of Vera I'ruz. Mni of the cell In this prison are sub ' i rme. in. They were brntiKht here from iiib'o on ii Mexican r)nloat. FULL PROTECTION FOR DIAZ. Will He Transferred to OntsnltlK li'.ipl If lie Desire. W -n Mirn.N-. .'''(. "5. I'rndinc an in i' ' urn the S'tate Department as to i ,i lien lVilv Plaz would prefer to do I Hid Males will continue to harbor mil bis co'iipaulous on the Kunboat v . in.- .it Vein i'ruz. i i' nli ut i not icK.irdcd as bavins i in ai is iiii the Kcmial Mexican sit ,ii 'ii i opci'lalty as the Mexican Invent a I i.i-i witlm.iteil that It Is iulte con 1 it cniilili r." that Diaz has put If III a I lilli lllnUS pnsitlntl '.fii ilmlral IMetclnr, conimmidlns n Vile Ii in waishlps on the east coast ' Mi mi o. reju-irted lu-day the arrival of a- iwo Mexican companions and the i i -,' indent of a New Yotk newspaper a f 'I Williams, on the Wheeling at ' Hits ni'irnlne. He faid that he would t tin m pi'iidlne Instructions from v. iiMon as to their disposition. uiM "ii'ii Pl.iz express a desire to ' Hie country doubtless Admiral I f will be Instructed to put him on " " t "learner le.nhie Vera Cruz. ' ier than this the WashltiBton C5nv i ii h is no desire to git. i.ictitl that r.eii. Diaz will ask ' 1 li-ans-ferred to all outKoliiB steam Tan impression prcNHlls here that " 'i.i hecoiiie so iiecllglble a factor in ' 'i(,in situation that his fright was ' Hps greater than the facts Justified. K- ahmK the. fact that the AdmlnistrH ' on h.n. unolticlally rxpressesl the opinion 1 at Orn Piaz Is equally guilty with Oen. I'l'rti for the overthrow and death of Mibio tne action of this government In u he ai-, lum to hlin has causwl much .' tit here. luerta s treatment of Oen, Plaz ap. My has won for ths latter a sym T which he would not h'lve had If he ;iad su, eeded in remaining a potent fae- " in the situation with the provisional ''Ulflit. lie Is now regarded as the ' ' ii of Muertn. T im rHate ppartnient received fccat " 'iir irports to-day on the elections of ni'l,' lleturns fnnn I'uehla, Han I.uls, i and other cities Indicate that On. ii n,i ami ilni. Hlamiuet cot tho most rrfsldent and Vice-President "- -Hve Vroin other places It Is re ' "I'd that ijamlio.i apparently received Urirm iininbi of voles In those 'i. V 'Umber nf arrests ha been made at'lllo, the arciised liepiR charged with tr In a plot to blow up the State m ioutlibouiid train fnnn that w ii iiHinlleil by rebels thirty miles, of Kalinin mid more than 100 Fed r wire killed as rejiorted In last s ibspatrh In THE HUN, ) IZ .S' COLLEAGUES SHUT OUT. "tana latmlif rntlon f'blrf Won't Prrmll Them tn l.nnrl. t"tlil CntiU tlttpntrh tn Tilt Sis tti v. Oct. 111'! Mexican gun- Mexican 1 ir iL-o.n. I'.irrvliur the liiemberH of 1 Diaz inl-hlnn, who were not al I i t land at Veia Cruz iuul sent buck n- way to .In I it ii, arrived horn this nlnu, but the Mexicans wero not per d lo i.md as the chief of the Imnil " tlon ilei.-irlment thinks Mexico hss. no 't I i slop uini'sruble citizens In .'uba. n.' port .inlliiiritlcs aiinounced thai 'I'ship was incommunicado after i1 lliey Iuul Information that the " i finiiils here were planning to re them by for. FORCE WILSON'S HAND IN MEXICO friiifOiiirn' Irom Firm fn;)r Jme aroused the Admlulstratloii to me realization that something must be done promptly f this linvcrnmcnt Is to pre eiil imharrimMuif Usllons fiom belnir ralsed. The advantage In the situation has now been shifted from the American side of the Atlantic to the Kuropean, nr. cording In wU Informed observers hero. The fulled Slates stand pledKi'd to de liver something to Hurope and must pre ciit Minietlilng as Co0d or better than the other fioeriunenls contemplated u a course of action In .teho. n the otlnr hand the Kuroiiean liov finnients are pl(dBel to nothiiiK except tliat they will wall until tho President has spoken. After llstenliiB to his words they wilt be free to do as they like. While It Is not believed In nn itiarte, of i.niilal Washington that .mi tiov cniinent nf llnrope sieks to enciige His I'nlled States In a eor.troers. ov ! Mexico, the very fact that none of these tloernmenls Is pledged to follow the Ann Wean lead makes it all the m,.,-, ImperatUe that he Adinlnlstrail-.n should outline to the Kuiopean tlovi ru tin nts a course of action best calcul.iteil to meet -their views of the ltiiatlon. The reipiest for the Powers to defsr action Is regarded by many as an admis sion by the I'nlted States that this coun try recognizes the right of Kuropc to be hoard on a l.atln Anirrican matte" on condition that the United States he heard Mrst I nprecerienlert ctlon. In American diplomatic history no In stance that duplicated the action of President Wilson was recalled here to. day The Pnitcd States hitherto has taken the lead from the start and kept It, neer doing any net' which would cen suggest that this Government recognized any condition other than the dominance of the political affairs of this hemisphere by tho Oovernment nt Washington. It was recalled here to-night In refer ence to the existing pressure from Knrnpe that President Wilson was In the White House for nearly rive months before he began the formulation of a Mexican policy and attempted a remedy of the situation. It was not until the middle of July that the President began those di libera tions which resulted 111 the l.lnd mission. These dejlberatlons bigan simultaneously with the publication of the fact that mem bers of the Diplomatic Corps In Mexico city had drafted an Identical note, sent to th.lr respective Governments, In which their opinion was expressed that the non-rei-,g. nlllon policy of the Wilson Administration was a contributory cause to the existing conditions In Mexico and that the United States should be asked rlther to alter Its policy or assume responsibility for the situation. The contents of this note were rominu nlcated to President Wilson by more than on Kuiopean Government and with that communication, tantamount to a demand that something be done, there began the consideration of the Mexican .situation w-hlch resulted In l.lnd going to Mexico with his proposals for a settlement Prompted hy Knrnpe. Thus all that has happened in regard to Mexico during the present Adminis tration apparently has been Inspired by Kuropean pressure. I'oinpllcatlons wltii Europe have been dreaded most b) those following the Mexican situation anil ii h.i. I been predlctid that only Kuropean pres. sure, direct or indirect, would bring about a situation really dangernu to the com placency of the t'nlted States. I What will be the content of President 'Wilson's promised enunciation.' so far as promise or practical achievement Is con corned. Is not even surmised here, but It Is predicted that the President will make It clear that the fulled States will main tain Its traditional attitude of responsi bility and control In the affairs of the Western Hemisphere. The warmest supporters of the Admin, istratlou's Mexican policy are confessing dally that while they have great faith In the President's steps tb,.v cannot ills, cem in the Immediate ftituie any prospect of relief from existing conditions in Mexico. Many of these supporters are urging that recognition and armi be given to the revolutionists In the north, thus en couraging them and giving them the wherewithal to oust Huerta by force. Such a course, when mentioned even as a possi bility, Is denounced as little short of Inter nationally Immoral, If not criminal, by odlcials of the State and other Govern ment departments. lliose not in full sympathy with tho President's policy Including many offi cials of the Government- declare they i;.in see only one end to the present trend of events unless It Is chocked by an abrupt stroke not at all In the line of the present negative policy, and that end, they fear. Is a resoit to drastic measures. I'ipect Patience tn He r'.lhniialed. Head III th Bht of hlstoij, ispeclallv Amerlcau history, It is pointed lMt n,,,', the existing conditions and recent events Indicate Hie approach of the moment when the United States will declare Its patience i xhausted and pledge Itself In the name of International morality and humanity to take up the duty of restoring order In Mexico. Hy many the present situation is found to resemble closely that which existed In the months preceding the blowing up of the Maine In Havana har bor The President, however, is known to b firmly opposed to intervention In Mexico. It has been the opinion that he would do anything except unbr Interven tion in that country. Thus those who arc trying to predict Hie. nature nf the state, ment promised by the President to tho. Kuropean Governments find IhemsilvcH much at sea. There Is no general .disposition to be. lleve, however, that the President believe m Knrnpe will be content with a reiteration of his present policy of inaction, hut Ilial they will Insist on something sw hlcli will afford a niessiire of protection to the Uvea and property of their citizens In Mexico. The International pressure on the Knro. pean Governments from llirlr citizens In- terested In Mexico Is known to be Increas Is. The I'rrnoh Iteimest, The reipifht for protection of IVench Uvea and property In Mexico came from the Krincli Minister at Mexico city. He asked that tin American warship be sent to protect tliu lives and properly of his fellow countrymen reported in danger at San Ignarlo, which Is In the Slate of Slnaloa, about forty miles from the west coast of Mexico. Tli State Department Imiuidlately acted o,i tip rciiuest, It happened that the cruiser Maryland arrived to-ilay at Mazalluti, the nenrcst Impvrunt port The cruiser can do nothing to relieve the situ at loll tf lln I'rench, however, except by aendliiR ashore nn armed force of marines and bin, iaclicts nnd marching them In land to Han Ignaclo. i iioiilil lY.UK'e Insist that the situation Of her citizens Is such as to make It Im perative (hat actual physical protection be afforded them the I'nltrd States then will face tho Issue of deciding whether or not It will latul a force at Mtizatlau and send It to San Ignaclo. The specific iUestlon of the rtfgrro of THE SON, protection to be afforded the French citi zens has not yet been raised, and the State Department Is not considering It. HUERTA NOT ASKED TO RESIGN. Diplomats The) Did Prcucnt Mni'h n HnKaestlon, fptrml fnlilf litupntri to Tlir. M x .Mrxico CiTV. Dot "V There was a report on tin; streets to-night tli.it the. representative's of nil the nations having embassies hero had asked Gen. Huerta to rcd. All the diplomats, Including the Kng llsh. Krench, German and Norwegian Min isters, denied the story. The teport, which Is said to have been sent from here to New Vork, ipioted Gen. Huerta ns accepting the proposal on the condition that the rebels spare his life and his proVcrty. Manuel fiilero. who was the Presi dential candidate mi the l.lbeial ticket, will siimi leave- for New Vol It. Much significance. Is attached to his trip. Pri'slelent Wilson's address at Mobile has been published here almost In full and has attracted widespread Interest. ! Several 'inurnment ottlelals, comment- i lug on Gen. Diaz's action In seeking refuge on an American waishlp. nri' In- ', rlliieil tn censure Washington for taking a direct part In Mexico's Internal affairs. Hlghty Zapatistas, under I'ramiscn Pnclieio, attacked Topllejo, a Inwn forty I miles from Mexico city, this mornlnc. 1 Kllleii ten I m ales and wounded others besldea burning two schools and sev eral stores. CALLS GEnThUErIa INSANE. I'nlero'a rirolhor. Who Attacks lllc teileir. Ileeomes t'ldiMltntlniinlUt. Ti-r-soN, Ariz., Oct :s Hernnrrio fa lero. brother of Manuel I'ab'ro. who was a candidate for the Piesldencj In the Mexican eleitlmiH. alitioilliced to-day tli.it he had been converted to the i'oii stltutlonallst cause. He visited Hernio slllo last week In the Interest of his brother's candidacy. "Huerta Is not a sane man. ' he de clared. "If tried for any offence by a jury he would be sent to an asylum, not lo a prison." Senor I'alero formerly served as Mexi can Consul at Hordeaux and as Vlce Consul at Paris, France. He left here for l.os Angeles, It was said, on an Im portant mission DIG THEIR GRAl'ES, THEN SHOT. feelerals fxllletl In fifiniU hy IteheU I Torreon, Toni'.Ko.v, Mexico, not. Hundreds of federal Mildieis lo-ro have tieen slain by rebels since the oaptuie of this city. The rebels are In full possession and are continuing to si t the federal prisoners In squads of twenty to thirty. Thev are taken several miles out of town, where they are eotupeUei! to ill,; th'lr own rave. and arc then killed Most of the bit store have been looted In- tin rebels. Including some of the lars i. st foreign establishments The Goodman general store has been emptied of Its stock by the rebels under orders from Gen Pnnhn Villa Wagons vere backed up to the store and every, thin.: of valuo was taken AUTO TO RESCUE AMERICANS. HI Pao iiet a Telearraph Order from Xllnlna XI en. Kl. Ps,i, Tex . Oct : A telegraph order for an automobile; to go to Terrazas, Chihuahua, was received In Kl Paso this afternoon. The message ald that there were mounted men believed to be rebels near Terrazas and the automobile was ordered to carry out some of the Amer ican mining men who are there. The rebels are said to be a detachment from Chao's command, which was or ilenil to move north of chihuahua to cut the Mixhati Central road ERNESTO MADERO IN PARIS. Brother nf Main President 'Arrlres frnm Vera t rut, .sir"if Cabl Pfrpitrrh tn Tat- Si -Pvliis. net 2v -Kniesto Madern. a hi other of I'ranclsco Madero. the slalu President of Mexico, arrived bete tn-iUy lle came from Vera Cruz. MAY HELP CARRANZA. nspenslon nf Neutrality set Is I nn- Itlered Proliable. The renewed pressure on Washington i definite policy III rcsp. Mexico Is siiiie to that Ilr-t applied by! Great Hrital. . Go. many and frame In the j latter part of .lime. The three countries i after the fnltid States are the heavies.'. Investors In the, republic and many of their people ate still there. The Informal conferences of dune were ended lo give Preside nt Wilson his chance to force tin Huerta Administration to efface Itself That It would b, a failure was fieely piophostfd by every person with any nunc than a theoretical knowl edge of Mexico and her loaders. The second pressure. It Is believed, has brought ntsnit another plea for delay In order to give Venustlaiio Carr.inza and Hie Constitutionalists; a heifer chance of success by suspending the inutralltj ae. I Gen. farratiza hat declared that Willi. .-ideiinate arms and aininiinltlon I in 1 paolD the country in iilneij days Tills Is mil bi'llovtil along I In bonier, but they think the f lilted States has no other sb p to take. A fit r such a ptocodiiic falls rcpresenia lives of fonig'i Govei ntnenis and foitigu capital In be found In bordci towns from San Diego to Hrowns,. s.,y smilingly that the frilled States will then have pi face that which Ii.ih been Inevitable for thieei yi'ars It will ham be live up to th" Meinroe Iktctrlne or abandon It. Gloat Hrltaln particularly has In en In a most trying situation all along. The two Pearson syndicates. Kurd Cowdiay's on the nest and Dr Pearson's In the ceutie, represented Investments of about V-?".-nnn.ftno lu every blanch of business. Tlielr stockholders are powerful In poli tics and they have hesbgeil the Astpilth Adiul ilstratlon for mouths. So far they h.ivi patriotically withheld action, but the fear has been express.! that almost anv day the matter will come up In Pailla mini and the Jingo papeis will do the re-st. Next lo Great Hrllaln Goimnuy has Hie largest Inn. rests represented by Kuropean Powers In Mexico. Germany control!, the mercantile business of Hie lepuhllo ami franco stand next In Impoi tuiiuu. franco has not been a heavy sufferer I datively and has been the least aollvti of Hie Interested Powers III Mexico. HARTRIDGE ANSWERS O'MARA. liiivvyer fiays He Mpent KM, Ollll I'ret tectlnu "I' haw's Good nine." Clifford W, Hartrliige, whose disbar incut ban hern rccommendeil by the offi cial referee- nf the Appellato Division of tho Supreme Court because of Improper iish of money furnished hWli by Harry K, Thaw and his mother, tiled an answer In tho Supreme Court yesterday to a suit by Itoger O'Miirn. as trustee In bankruptcy for Thaw, to recover fr.T.KfO paid to Hartrliige and his law firm. The Mill Is Imsed on allegations that Hartridgc failed to use the money for Dm purpose's for which he received It, In hla answer llartridge says he spoilt 4 4,0(10 In cash In protect Thaw's "good name and credit, in protecting him from , public mi -.i m I ii 1 and from accusatlon-i of offences Involving moral turpitude." Mr, Hartridgc says his services were worth Jfin.wiii and tliat Tli.iw and liln mother paid only Id', nun on I he bill or servivt and UUbumomenta. to antiounce a definite pulley in respect to'H the Puitifnf i.oni of in- c.tssmg or WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SUCCESS FOR NEW PLAY AND ACTRESS K till' I Hiirr.vnioi'i' Sppii in nn Ad inlralilc Producl ion of Musical Life HACK TO I. KlfCI, A I! hi'liu'lif fnl roini'fi.x of ciini'. nt'tpi' n I Iip Knipirr Tliciiliv. rnle" At Hi Mine, okrus. HrcRnrv .liirilttie I'rsnz l.lppenlieliii i ill Hill' I Iff n . IvHrrn Woii.lriiff Mrs. Tiil-'iilt Mri. -f,rrfr . VIN-t .Sernltotl VI. kers e l:niilre Theatre. Ihhel Hum ninrs I'hurle., l-herr I". Henry i:.v,,ir., VVtlllllln lln:rrMtll lilet'll V ,111 Hlrne t.ll Illl, I",, II l'nr Mabel Ar, Inlxte HaMfe VVrluhl I'riiiik ytii-nv Ktliel Harrviiiorc i pleased fnnn the temporal. v oblivion that "verlakes llmse Immersed in tho two a day. came back to her friends last night at the Kmplro Theatre. Miss llarrymole had a new plav prepared for her by I bulimi i'li,iml is which bore some more or less ntideflin d relation to a novel hv Anne Douglas' Sedgwick Until weic in the ilrsl place called "Tante'i and Isith have for their 1 central llgun a woman of eminence in I the nuislc.il world Then the priiirlp.il characters In both are the same. The main theme of the two works Is identical In that the gifted and temperamental heroine has a ward on whom she leans 1 for support In all the harassing moments In the struggle of living happily. This vouiik woman eventually teaches the age for matrimony and her choice falls mi an I entirely eligible person While she Is anxious for this ward to enjoy all the benefits of womanhood of which h" has been through her oar.'cr deprived, sin Is ' selfishly unwilling to let the young i woman leave her side Hut she dnes .mil i out or the ootuilot between this Vlginotls. normal young woman and the clew almiit Inntr as well a tnnlr herself grows the story of tin play which the audience .saw last night. The simrri-i of the Play. Uf course It is not com elv able to anv body familiar with the musical tempi la ment that there should In. the bast phus. lire to be derived fimu watching II on tin stage Hut plays and bisiks about uiiisl ilaus are not written for those who an familiar with the prcullatltlts of th,li natures They ale prepar. ,1 fm that latgt and happily Ignorant stetlon of the cmn miuilty who thinks that everything done b a Inirer. plaiin poinnlei i,r itil.il, scraper inul be Interesting. ,s matter of fact there l no priifes.,n 'Ahith Hirers so little of interest tn ohsi r e No piofes. slmi In the win b has ,i imnitipolv ,.( th. Virtues nnr dues ,m .,,;ess H . f.,,t, for Innate cu'srdmss howevn. tip mu hle.il profession has shown an iiptltudi which auioimtf to Kfiims. The woman pianist Is tin retort' the central figure nf the new plav it ,,, u, yonngei lhati s, ts ns Miss Sedgwick's heroine but with her capacltv for causing tioiihlo In no ,ii' diminished llir ni.ili cioiisness Is mercifiillv abaled iossilih because the character as It exists in the novel could not be transferred In Die stage with any possibllltx of s mn.iflu or Interest. Then she Is conscious of her own ilefleleneles and there is here a lack of fidelity to th musical natuie suite there never was . pianist man or woman, who was not convinced that ptife, tlon was their exclusive possession How Tnntr came Into Mr Chamber's plav Is a mure or less Interesting pioocss , authority for the i xtilanatlon that a musi cal heroine had alieady suggested her self as the central figure of a drama. When Miss Sedgwick s novel appc.itnl lie conferred with her and it was decided I i combine the novel which li.nl aln.nb ap peared and the imlnetit laid who bad tl ready appealed to Mr Chambers It "'as the n stilt of all tlne elements which was ecri last night by the ,td nurtrs of Miss It.irrytnoie. who welenined hoi back with much enthiil.ini She was associate! with other p.tpulai pliveis whom Charles Prohnian H g.ttheii'd about her i"ne of those wa- I'h.itles Cherry, and liable-" WrUht. rem,'tnl,i e. the Thlnl l-Iisir Hack was anotlicr I l-ll v.... in...... e... t,,, !..!. I....rt,, 111. ,, ,,,,,,,,. ,' ,..,. at. father, was nr .r. M,i so was K llenrv I'.ilwards, who was brought to ilin cnintiv especially te, play the role e,f a t'e lov et . The sourcts from which Mr cimnibets had gathered his play were. hovveviT. iiiilmportaiit to tile iiiiillence. xv libli tallnl 111 in before tl iiitain at tin t ml of the seiond art to expnss Its gratitude for the I'lijoyabl niedy nf chaiaeter he had written. The playwright has done more than supply Miss t.urmon with one of the best mediums of display log H"i' talents that she has evt t possessed, but Ills work ns a whole kept tin spot latins constnntd aiiius.-d The ili.im.illo Inti rest of the dominance of the virtuoso nml In r power In temporal liy si par itlng I lo voted ward and the young man she i.,,l mauled was nm. or nan so, ihwuiiiih II was in Hie occasional iNtis of liar aclir that tin playwright h.m done most In entertain Tin iniplinl nature as lie displays it Is of i oiirsi of Hie thtaln. Hut It' is highly ifftctive as he tvlilbitH II Then there me some .nlmii'iibb sums line of the In si of Hi lues III the dispute between 'elllfe aid Hie sy , nph.i III . who under the guise of fi b iidhlp. basks III Hie lellecled gloiv of her Inlluincy . and anothct was tho couvi'i.itloti between hoi tried ooini.inliii, iiiosf tiatiiiald licit tl bv Klzzlo Hudson Collier who was otic of the few I'ttsnus In tell hot tile truth, '.if couise, Hie anit llm atloti eif Hie illsagrecuble trails ,.f the hciolne was not for a minute plausible'. Hene.ilh all she said and did was tin absorbing ego'lsin of the niufbiiiu. Hut It was ptnb.ibly the part of wlsiloin lor the ilrain.itist o at least piiiellil tliat Tniitr was mil hi evil as she seined Then It Is bv no means sine tliat tills rewlatliui of the chliracti r would have been so readlh leiliiclble to : In Icrms of Miss Hary uunc's powers I Hninor ol lie I biirnclcrs Not all the humor eif Hie si If they woie inure ofti n the I ) 1 1 1 n e I e harailers and tint eif Hie authoi Miss Harryniori . The liuraotei h il'ld of I In fill lo of tho briiMpie and normal liusbiiiil was well drawn. So were I hose of Hu musical parasite, the plillosoplile'al companion .ni l Hie German violinist. And tiny were all Mlliplled with spe,.,heK Hl.lt 1 1 1 ls I'll 1 '. I i their traits tnnst aiuusliigd lo the sine tvitors. II was bv no means the siuallist pail of Mr. Chiiinbeis's gisid foiluiie lint , these roles were' very well played. Hut In 'tin case, of suet ess so complete us the 1 comedy gained last night the cooperation between author and actors seems; Imvl i table, Miss Harry moi c iicwt looked lovelier. She indicated with the moans which nie unliUii to her Hie Inslnceilty and stilish less of Hie pianist, which ale about all thai icuialns of hri' illsagrt cable tr.ilt.s lu Mr. Chambers's piny, "f wit ami charm the dramatist lias assigned b liberal supply nnd these wci nntui'.illv cxpressid bv Miss Hat rymoi'i' with com pbie success, I if eoursi hi r symbols urn entirely persemal, Hut Icinp 'rami nl ,,.i rr nn let i it- means of expression unite with her physical ih.-irin to make her altogether Irresistible. Vi t any nclrt'sx who ntti-mptcd to gain ullh tliein would icrinliil; he other i wrecked t-aily lu lu r enreet-, lialsluc W'liglil u the upltvful and ilia 29, 1913. I n I'ImiI nt ii I pniiisltc fin- vicarious houois as I Hie fileinl of tho pianist was a wonder- f 1 1 1 1 X t t tn lit tiutisfcl to the stage of u ili.iiiiet'i' Inevitably iissoelateil with the istage celebrity So liflpiesslve was her llCling Of tile palling Set III Mltll Tttllff I that she was eiilhuslastlcally upplaiideil I by (he iiinlleiii e. Ch.ii It s Cln rty was ex i'illelil as the vtiiithful husbiilid who , Hauled none of 7oii'i and her gang, mid the least 1 1 ;t ttir iij rob In the play, that of .the pott, was excellently played by K. lll'IIIV Kdnillds, 'I lie ieeH' of Miss Van Itli in in the cast was nut explained by her m hlev eineiits. Hut Hie acting Iwas Hiioiiuhniil one of Hie elements that I contributed to the i otuplete success of tin pel formula e No liner specimen of a eolll ,i iy of chaiiii'lei has h en seen since Hi'- saine niithot s "I he Tyiaiuiy or Tears, And "i'ante" Is Holier In vitality nml Mi di ty than that minor masterpiece in the KiikIMi thelitis 'THE MAN INSIDE' PRODUCED. lllolnod II. Vtolltifiit's Play I'm On J Ity llcliison at t let e-lnilet ,,' i i.i vi:i..VNP Oi l 1! The Ilrsl per. ' I fin inaliee of "The Man Inside," by Ho. 1 1 land It. Mollneiix. was given licit, lo ' j night uiiib'i t In- luatiagenii nt of David Ih las Tin i ipt en House was cruwihit 1 1 The llrst mt Is In on opium den in New Vork s i iiltiiilow ii. Hie s nd in the District Atlornev's ml the third In the i'heiolne's lodging In a downtown tone. j 1 ment Pi'iietleallv ei.ti iliaractei' In the I 'plav is a crook of one sort or another, I. but Ho re Is no attiinpt lo make eiinie I attraetlve. Helen I'ree li.nl the hading role tithets 'in the cist wile I'hatlis Daltmi. .lohn I Cope, K Vnsnti, .lohn Miltertt, Milton Sills. Kiluard Itolniis. Joseph Pmoii, My run Hiasb v nml Cl.irt tdeti VAUDEVILLE jND BURLESQUE. Hnlos In Tabloid erslim nf "lle-r I, lllle lllBliness." Mizzi ll.ijos. the little Hung ii uin prima dmnm. who r ntd st.ntnl in "Her l.ltile Highness. 1 I If her tl st appearance In i auilev db on Mondiv afti rnooii at the P.il.n Thealie In ijin . no Anin. a tabloid version of "Her l.lttb Highness" Kcglnalil I Koveii. who wititi the miiMi and who had thriateinil to inlet ten with tin produc lion on tin gronnil that It would be a ilotilment to tin PI when It was to. written, was piosent and was mthis. astlo. He said ho would take no action Hrsldo.N Mlz.l llajos there were on the piogi'iiinnii ClHIon Crav fen el. Jack Wil son, assisted hy Ada I :i ti- and Jio-U Hoylt. liiirini and i'.iiiiu'Ii, Gnllman's Kuropean ViiM-ltv. MiDevltL Ixt-lly and Liny, the Abxanilet Hrothcis and the llassmaos As an adibd .itti.totlon Keith's IViflon Siil.ue Tlie.itn has Mrs. l.ntils James and inmpanv this week m a nm act pl.iybi b liobeit il. ill, nn I i.illnl "Mak ing a li.iv." The skit, wliah was pro dip id by Arthur Hopkins, was well n L ived. Utile s on the bill WctV . I. lilies and H'iniili ThO'iinm. It-lie Hiker. "The Hons,, w, timers, a musical pb" i . Willi lolitmy I loilb v lint Vvttlr Itugil. tho Gotiloti lllghliinders. v Witt. Hums and Tortan.'i in ) "The Awakening of the I Tms. ' ci.irl. .Hid Vt nil. Walter .latips and lb- Millard Itrntheis W'llkli Haul, the Knglish i oiiieill.ii. who was so veil n , ..tviil at Ills American debut at llammoisti'iu's Victoria Then tit last Wiek. I otitllllle s this wet k with a new it portion of ilriraoter songs. May ' V,st IS on the prngtiimtne. whieh lulling j ichors mi linh's the It. rums. Hen x.cl- I lose .lull, Curtis. I.llsnp. III. I.IWloO. Hit , Krockatils and Dobb ami liiMml'ls PrtHtors fifth Avilille Is pteM'titltlg ,1 i lll of tt'l ,i.. this we.tk. several of III, 111 in w to Hro.nlwai I hev liniii'l, .1, sse I, l,a-ky s lattst pienluotion. "Tl., Water Cute ' I 1 1 1 tr.l .v. Ileiiifild a.iid compaiiv i In Jo-iph ll.n I s piodiii'lloh ol Kuii. i t . Hughes s pew- com, ,t "Hov Hoftneister Did It'. Valerie H,igei.' and coi-.ip.inv X Howtiy C.imllle." Main lie mid b Svlvl.m Htltet. Paul Mot ton and Naomi Gl.is. tin V'.on Coin, id four fi.inkllii Italic ,i. a l Nchet. HI. nn In 'odlii j .111-1 Maude Villi ntVs Dogs. ' I The plogi'.ltlllne at K'e'ith's Colollial I Theatre this week tin bull s Lillian I,ni I lame in tit-w soiia .mil il.inee.e. Cicil I.e. III. assisted bv Cleet M.I X tie t, ,ii .latin s HillniL's. 'n "A, ting Sonus' . Hirii.ml tit.iio ill, . Willi mi A. Hr.nd's valid, v die pi. iv , I "H-.uitv Is imlv Skin Dtep. Will Ci.sM ,,, Hi.inche li.ivne iiweti Miiiiveiuy tin liti .lays. Sptasiii nml M.'Ni't.'. anil Vloote ami Young Hoble's "11.11111. Show" Is this wnks atti.K iInn at the Columln i Tin aire It is an unusiialh luce but I, s,in, organi .ilion .'ii it it, 'In, hi among its tun,. Ip.lls l.lbble Hlollllelle. Augllst.i ..I,.;. Doils Th.ntr. CP it i.'s MiC.ittbv. Main Hetlll.l .t,.ll,lli Walke'l. I'.ftlest fishif .in .s.,11,1 Gietti V new tw i ti.i.st '.lllisl ill. Il.. .lies, phine, ' is being show ii Dave Marion is appealing it tin Mtir rav Hill Theatre this week with his w.ll known eld tai te'l I7.alinti eif ,s'ni,;rie fic ' iifuii'iii ami his xct ptional oig.mla Hon or burl, sipiers r Mat Ion Is ,w st-ntiiig liN Litest satit. m two acts called 'The l.ninl of luii s.ibb . In whl h lie Is assisted o Mil. Clin., el. llli if. who is s,,, ,,i tl,, litis, s Aglies Hi ehtet. Ilie Phil Whlf. William l.awi. . a I'i i tu b Hlllet of Do Ye, I Ier. nee. M.uk Thouiison and Max Goidnn. Plays nml Players. The eng.igemenl ill "The Line l.e.ish ' at Hie Harris i'he.itte will t ml on .-.itur-ilay night im Monil.iv in,. Shubeits will Pies, .nt ,n tl,,. s.lllln Hie. lire ,i f.nce bv Albt 1 1 I illnl "Miss I'ho m " cast will imliide nii Muiiloik. The . Mantle Klmulliiii l.eliote Phelps, Pauline .1.1 'if Minimi, t'onwav Tt'.irle. Mot liinin i . Iliiliert l I, im. lien Hi. ii. i. He-Ill V llendi I .mil T low 1 Hie l'l i illll'O i ki. Il ill Simpson V II ll.inlev T-ltn.i meilo l'l. Ills has I'tig.uiil Mile l-ol.ine, noli aitist. lor an eatd .ijipi.ir. .H the I'lnti fourth Sin i t ! Mush H ill Mile Pol. ill., will bring her own iitni,ni ttoin the Yaudevllle The alie, Pails, ami will iit. sent ., -K t Ii ailed "la Vlslti in " Alter ,i two weiks tigagcmcnt she wil go on lite ro.nl limb I' till' lllllllllgi Ilie III of Couistiiek .X lest The curtain will rise ,il x " oi look tii'iilght at the ilrsl pel fm mam e of 1 "Alter five" at Hie fiilion Theatre I W.ii;. mil. ils a K , n 1 1 i, i'. who are m.'iking Ihe iitoiliii lion. riipn sts that the ilrsl I lllgllt .lUillellie be seated be fire Hie i lir I tain rises ASPHALT MEN PROTEST. New sp,.,. in., minus fm- llmnls XX on Id line 'I lielr Ploiliiit, At B VST, I let L'x 'l'l IMlllillg bo.tlil of higlni.iv tngmoiis which Is drafting It'lll.ltlvo spt "illCllloUs to gov tin run. siiiietion ot uoml to. ills ilutlng the coining year will coiupli'le their wink lo-tnot'tow .mil upon to Couitiilssloner .lohn N Car lisle l! lii Call oil Who liplesetlfeil Hie Wnfiioi -i.iiiIiiI.iii illl Asphalt Coin, p. nn the Miitiii.ml "II Company und tliu oilier oil iispb ill cotup. itilos, gavi out a s t ,i I en it i n lo-t igln liom I'lamis P. Smith, Hi insulting i lighted nl these compaulcs, ilei'laiing Hun Hie consulting In. aid ha, I decided upon separate hi Itlcallons tor the ll.'ltlll ll illfl the Ill.lllllfllCtUled oil ns, halls. ii II nMih.il! companies nam wh.il Hum call a single npi n sieclll'iiton, wlilch Hie liiitlll.lt asphalt people Insist would lint llieli 1 1 1 1 ii I IK' I I'iiiiii usee im t,. tii.nl, while under a double spcclilcallon Hie oil ami the natural asphalt piniliictH would gel an ciiial show'. Consulting Kiigiiicoi Smith for tliu oil ontni. lilies says thai the s, 'palate spool- I llcjitlmis would i liable a illsciiinlnatliiu be. I vx -i -1 1 the two materials nml that free I'liiupcnHon could l seciiitil only timli i a single open spciillcntloii It vi .i i nntlclp.itcii leonlght thai ivhoti the consulting board i nmpletes Its wink In-mm i mi and submits Its Putative to. pint to Commissioner Carlisle he will tlx n 'Inlf fm n public hearing upon t In- in put') of Ihi consulting l.uaid to bo held tuuio lime.' luxt wctk. Jack London's "The Sea Gangsters" Begins in the November Hearst's Magazine 15c Out Today ISc 1 oy Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE Xo OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN I'oiirth Avrniii' vtir. JMh Mrci'f I'ldriilKc Strict mi-. iiiylott Mrcot .'nth -r M IMh .iih1 Pifh St ,. I cMtiston AM', or. I -Mth Street (ir.iiul Strwt ojr f liiiton Mic t I'.i-t 7-M St. Ivt I o Mgtni c ,?il v I .tst Houston St. cm lss,.st. RABBI SAYS POVERTY IS CURSE OF JEWS .IihIiiIi I,. Miiiriips 1 1 .it-k Ml'lllOll of l,iiihin S'Jdll. (nn Kom'iiwiiIiI I-'iiihI. STATi: I AKK ro TIIK 1MK)U nimnr U'roiic; l,o.lrrsh jp for I'l't'spnt f iinilitiinis f llir IfiifP. Apnoiiin ement was maele at ,i tn"eting iil the Krookliti Kederatloit of .tewlsh Charities In Id In the fnlty Club, on franklin avinue iietir Culloo stieot, last ttlcht Hint tin campaign of the past two weeks bad itsiiliid In adding K'.'i"i' to the JITii.nfin lelre'.nly ratse'd slme tin. first of Hie year The ollliel.s m' the feilera tlon are i ontlilent that lo .l.nin.iry I thev will have raised Hie J'.'iin.illli-l nere.s. s.ny to obtain the i promised them the beginning of this year by Julius liosetiwald, prcslil.nl of Scire, lioebuck eX Co of Chicago. The preiutlse was eon Hngint ntion the organization's raising t;'im,iifiii befote .laiiuary I. fill fi.ibbi .linlah l Magms, tonne ily of Uf Temple' Israel In Hrieoklyn ami now OOlltleeteil With the .lewlsll Ciimiulllllty III Manhattan, lu an address advocated Hie tare of Hie pour by the Stite lit said that the chief inii'iesi tei him in such .in orgain.itioii as th,, Hrooklyii fetlfration was its example ot in sanitation among the .lev-s of H. , itv. ,. ,,,,., nttentloll to the fait that Hurt are n nullum lie brews In Ho greater city and .iniimg Hum .lie -Jflll.lllKI publie I , hildrell line of Hn e'lief illtllciiltlt s iii sohinc tin' problenis which fo luge ,i Jewish Iiopulatlnti raised, he said, was ihc .mm of Iciib'tshlp which obtiliioil i if the press, which is ,o int., 1 in Yiddish ami appeals to the mass of the HebttWs, In uei the wind "venal . said it .'..ill. I be I ought for poinds and that ll li.nl I i bolU-ht III fie case of I, lis, r tumbles III s.lld It couldn't be elop. Ilili'll U"i III tin prnpnirnnilti for any decent thin,- i'live-rtv. hei s.nd. forenl oie-n s..un rabbis in do things which weic ag.iins, their rtUgion. The Jewish theatie In Ni-.v Yo'k In s.ild. was "lascli lous arid lleenlious," ami yi't It evlstt'd for tin rriipHon of I ten.. lulu youni; Jewish uieti and women "The- conditions am unspeakable." he sniil. "and pnierti Is n blatne. It is tin t I for bread which makes men of mir lace h" and steal A man inesi t w ml In ut i: nil?.- an 'aisnn tnist.' i et we si it, the newpaiers that such thliisS ate in giiipzod." I'lgln.- thai the smto should cue fm Its ot n pool. Dr M.iu-nes s'lld that it was the lllltV of lle St l. til e'.lt'e for lln., ti"iime'il or -ied in its service and fn those ib'penilent upon tlnm, and In adib d that 1 1 'ri m. in ot woman i ho woiks at a Useful tl ie 's in tile .eri lee of Hi St.lt He .' iiiHntii d Ills hoirers against doing too imn-li lii nil ' i of ch.triti until thev had e ianilneil Into Hie i ases in sente.l, .ifd t mini ndi'd Hie founding of "lab. oiatnries' fnc tin working out of ths litohloins which he s.ibj cotifiimte-d th Jews of New York Then he picked up one of the cards wbbh the ftderatlon riad printed enn lillning Ihi' mimes of Hrooklyii Jews of supposed inoiins who had so l.ir not con trlbnteil tn tho charity niovemotit of Hi" fedi ration Tho cauls contalnoil a total of Hi, I name's He satd that the print ing of these curds verged on "blackmail ' "Hecause a man has a in.ihngnni desk In his offb c he is not u its.iiily abb to give away money," he wont on, Meyer Slelnbrllik persiibil at the meet ing IMher speakers were H.'iiJ.iinhi 11 Nninui, chairman of the inembeishlp toin inlttee, N'athau S, Jon, is. president of tliu fcele'iatlon, and Joseph II May, Hie sec nnd vice-president Two hundred wont pi I'sent The organization has a membt-i ship of some x.llilll BOY KILLED PASTOR MOBBED. f.ielled Wo in en Xisnll lllvloe When ! III. ill It. I rustles rlillrt. Tin- Hew Dr Andnw Chalmers Wilson, rector of St Paul's Pi'nltf lant Kplscopal Church. Carroll and ''Untun streets, HtonklMi, who Hies al I id' Carroll street v,is mobbeil In Hrmv nsiille y esterday iv lu'ii his automobile killed a boy Dr. Wilson's curate, the Ilci Pi tor Hose, was w th htm. Tilt- two in-n woie shoud and pushed lllld M-ratcheil , their clothes Welti tot n ami they vietc knocked down, The police siiied them There weic many women In tin- mob Dr Wilson was driving the aiilomnlilln ci.refully and slmtly tlirmuh a pushcart dlstilct on Graflon street near Centn' ,m line, when tun sin. ill Isiys ran Into the strett. They vvern brothers, Ily man Sol i.inoii, ii yens, and Joseph, 7 ye, us, Willi of I I'.i Amtioy street I lot ll were eatlne ft ankfurters, and llyinaii ran Into the s'de of the aulomoblln. He vx.il knocked dun ii and bie'atne tnngb'il tin In the whesl. Dr Wilson stoppe-d his car within four' feet He was attacked while c.uiylng tin dying boy lu Ids arms, on hla way to a drug atur. T SOCIETY OF NEW YORK - f .i)iirti.iii.f vi nvi sircit I ioiooui t (riltni cut I ). .v.m st ' "v"' AW'di t .r ('( ki k U. , i-- , 11 IM I N I IIAIil 1)1 Vn t ILlOx R. I'II) WIIIIIN I i 2 n I I r i I mil USED FAKE LABEL IN SHIPPING. line firm lined ."e'iiii I'rnelloe slil In lie- Ite-neral, ss st.int I nil, . st.it,. v ., e 1 t'm C K'iox s invi"'llffit lit: ill aMeged Men l.itiou of the lutei'sfa'.i .oiiomr law by whii h i. lipoids i'ii- said 'i. 1 Inm-d-e,s ,,f thniian.s ,,r ilollat. a l.,ir In freight iniineis The feiler.il iiiipin Hius far embraces ninie ih.i'i Ii''' larg Ilrms of this fill Ilili'll .in s.nd tu have untie it (iraetloe of shipping goods fiom one M.lte III another lindel t'.lbe iastl.i.. Huns so as tei ri.eiji'i the- Ircglit fab -whleh the eailreinls ehai-gt loi v.iluahlo ,11 destrilellble Illofi ll.l illlso Tln Ilrsl pr.i tn-.il ttst of tin ptovis'oi of the piterst.iei . euiiei.i I i i it i w h I the federal .itithoritie.'- .in- . oitiluctnig the'i- Invi'Stig.if ton was uiadi nt I n 1'nlteil States lnsti.it Coui I ' e.slerda whin I lei-tii x A fix. p'tsnbnt of l."ir V Di.x A Sons Company, makers nl ie o'tiott's dre'se-N nl ID; We'M foiirteeiii " stnet. enteied a plea nl gittltv to ,in lu di'tineiit iliarglng hK llim wiih sliipm ig .Ut dross fount under the label of I'eittoi, pie. e goods, rather than elry geiods It is said that this practice sivetl the firm In cents on eve ry loo pounds nhlppe,. Judge' Hunt fined Hie corporation $.,ufi. as the wer lup.it.itlxely sin til offenders, al though a we-althv eotiet rn. A similar indie'tine lit has been handed don Ii against the A'tiet n-uti TheTiiio Wan Cnminni. ni.inuf.ii'tlirers of M-leutitV- ind mitical instrutiie nts The are charged with shipping their fieuttti Instrunienis as hardware and their optical buses, its glassware', thereby saving on an axerage of 1 1 cents per hundred pointed The worst offenders, according to Mi Knox, are mllllnerv firms, especially those dealing In arUlicial flowers ami frat'ierf, which thev are m the habit nf sv.pp t.B under the ginif.it classiti, ation ,,( mil' net i . line of the firms tunb r l-Vele'i-a, Mlrvelllitne 's rt Ie, nb i' in tins ki'iil of ouilliit'iy tt.nle ami bis its In-idilaiertt e'll llppe-r Hronlwav Veenril'iig Iii the feileial .tilth. f- tie Hie pno ti ' falsi .'l.ise., m.in i so general .niieing big ooni-eriit. th it it woubl be lli'Xt to lUlpOSsibl. eltf to rotllfl jp .1 tile otTi'llill rs llefole the iniostigatio i is oler. tliel .11. II III. IV bo fnlltlil neees s.iri to 'tfll.'t iinliv -duals as weM .is mm "i ord, i- in fill,, t the more d, .iaH (lonalt. of two it-ars nuprts-niinii ut pro vnled in the interstate ,-oiiuuer. c law CHOATE SCHOOL IS CLOSED. I im Pniills linn- liifiioille I'nrnlt. ntl lllhers ell1 llnlili-. S'RVV llllKX ll-l '.'X Iti e, His, of IW ' ases ot infantile p.'it.ilis's in Choai S'-hool. W alllllgl'i'i ll, I'oti-I, the siiliiee' Was otil.'l.'il i lose e to-il.H i I ll e ll 1 1 1 1 e VII the- boj s wcte- si'lil home' eiept Hlosi Who Illl lit 11 gletlt lllst.llii'l It is the laigist hois' pt i i'J.i r,i 1 1 it i' school ill Hi Slate The si in ken pupils nri c foster Oinln igetl lx. of Si heini i.t-li. S- Y nml Ce unit llnlllugsiiin th. .m.il 1 il, of Indiana soon Hurl In Xolo rolllsioo. J f Scott. Deputy Slici i i 'It', i Cinnii'ssinne't' of Itrookly u, lii'ovi I i seili wound y osterda-. al'toriioiiii when i iiitoinobilo in win. 'i In n.us riil.ng wa st ruck at North Tweltt'i ami Driggt, siints w n a iixinp g. It i- .in,., ,-ar, be lnnemg i. Jape. II Mu" I i"iilino di ah r ,,f linvildi i ALL READY FOR HIS CUTICURA BATH Cuticura Snap, warm water and soft sponge are tho es sentials of skin comfort ami skin health, bupplementecl when necessary hy applica tions of Cuticura Ointment. f i.ttmr Pop nH Mutuant M1 1 nrnutioij( th Hnrli) t IttfraUiiaplP t lath intlfl tree, lth J.'.p. book AtMniM 'i iiii.'ur, lirtu .'.'i ,, Ho ton rSn wtn h hiwI tu ti iotj ltti(.'uUcur4 Bmd ttl Bid IIImwi fnr s.inini teal.