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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 81, 1916.
M'HARG IN TRENCHES! colonel at Jewish fair TO MAKE PRESIDENT j ASKS alltogive more OF A BUSINESS MAN-1 Must Kt'licve "stiKnm of Inattention to Our Duties and ! to the Sufferings of Others" Throng at Maga zine Office Makes Busy Day. Ile'h One Man Army So I'nr in Now I'olifienl Leflgur, hut Wall! lit I'OXT FIGURES MOST IN FIRST rOMMl'NIQFK It ims ii bus day Col Koosevell put In vcMcidti.'. It ulus Ik when ha coiih-h to town. . brass build and llire-i cheers for llio tic.u I'rcj-lilcnl" Krecud lilni iit I ho bazaar fur .Ictvltdi u.-ir MilTcrii'M nt l!riid Ccnttul I'.tl.iic, where lie tolil llio crovvil Unit the. Culled Miitcst could huvo done morn Hun H has done In pill a r-loj) tn vvroniciiolng ;i In 0:1 it. :irll i n li ti trim lloosovelteso tli.it he ilotHti'l w.i ill tho oilier follow to do e-lthsr IiIm tlKhtliu? or Ids cluirltj." Uiler, ill tlia offices of the .lrlropoll- tun Mtitiiulnr, do received numerous cull ers, anions: llicni IN-Setmitor Charles J. I .itilhiKT nt llm head or 11 drli-tratlmi from West Vlrnlnliu a Statu that re corded u distinct IIIiIhk for the Colonel in tho Presidential election of l!i'.' umt which may display a t-lmll-.ir licnehatit HiIh year. There'll bo no inuto liuslnrs to-daj," lamented a worker ut thu Jewish bazaar when thu Colonel i-amo beuiulini up tin: steps, .iinil tho 1-eitid v'-'S'cil "The situr Spangfc-il Rii'tuT" Mini 11 pntty Ktrl pinned a carnation on him mid other letly pirls pinned :m American il.iu urn a Ky ribbon on hlin. "iJuleU! 1 let 11 KtenoKmpher!" flinitil ml uttachn of tho publicity office. "The Colonel's solan to epe.ll:." Culled "(irente.l Utile American." I want to Introduce llm itreNitesi liv ing Aiuerlc.ilt." s.ild Lr. I lent. v Mosko- wlU, ".ind bccatiae hi) li- tin. ureatesl llv- Iiik American he Ii:in nlwavie undcistoud llm Jew lull people. I preilk't U.ol thu Inltueiieo of Col. Itoosevilt will ho liroutchl to hear oil tho coiiKict-ii or na tions lifter the war In remove .Ictvlih illi ;i bit 1 1 Il.i In IJiiropv.' When lOtilcboriy inotiOM-d "three) e-hce-is for tho next President,' .ind cverjl'ody itiivn them, tho Colonel put In 110 dcniuirer. "t was touched to heal', its! I h.ivo heaul Mince comliii," Into thin IkiII," he said, "Hint tho otln r day :in ohl wiunim, :iii Immigrant from Uum-I.i. I i.i I n lt no money In kIc. came with the tiller h.tudlc of .1 knife worth t-rhais a dol lar or two, whleh w'.'im all she- had and which she pit hoplnc tluii It inlKhl iillcvlalc tho MiHVru i; of tho.-o unrni nil' than ilic war. "As ou know, I fiel that the I'nlti-J States, could have dono inoro than It has done to put a stop to wrongdoing nhioArt, hut If ttio hull, of my fellow touiitry lilcn 4I0 not feel that way at any rati' wo cuii all Join In dolin? what r, pofihle to do to help aliwiato the fiilTcrlut:, en If wo arc not wllllni; I hopo wo will ho wIlllnK to try to do fcOtnethlni; to cor nut thu (auren of the nufteiing. line (Utii I'lKhtlnn; nml I linrlij. "1st iu try partially to relloo our hetrcK of the pIIkimj of Inattention to ourdutlt and lo tho toifferhnii. of other.". Do It In thin way: Po It ourehe In toad of waiting until tho other teliow rloert It. Von know my doctrine I don't want tho other teliow to do ltlr my flK'itlm; or my charlt). "I want. In ro far au 1 tiae anv power or Influence, to niaue n,-ople realize that no man lian a rlsht to tho enJoment of lirivlUiZU utile hH he cam It Py the full IMfrformancc of duty. That apidlm In- i v i ii.i r and It anrlles ltitrniatsouau . Wo tin no r!ght to rrect, and hUPdy wo have no warrant In history for ex pecting, that we should hlmply i njoy a Mwollen prosperity without any h-eiifc in accountability lo the world. "I hold, nr you know, that wo chouhl bo able to protect our own rifihtn and to have our own ton do It and not hire otucbody eli-.o to do It for them, Itli an flual Intentlly 1 feci that wo Hro not entitled to lut ol uui republican institutions and the dvni(KT.itlc spirit or our beliefs an-1 rympathlrw unlem wo show that those vymputhiea arc soinc- thlnir rial he our aciious Thiointli a maelstrom of pu-hini: men ami women the Colotiul mailt hit way Into the street and then ho wan told that he waa expected to make a fennel speech, hut he dicuud the public thor oughfare, no place for a forma! addreiH at least, mi far alu.nl of ilectam tlmo and went on down to tho Mi fioioIIMii oftlec.-. There the waiting loom wan Tit' Hunlnwm Mn' t'renldeiillal Ue.ipue made Ha .ipguarancc hit tho po litical horltoti yestefildy nflernoon through thu Insertion of an etdierlli'e nienl In icnlut newspapera. Thu nd wrllsement, addrrrved lo volera and I ;in payers,, urged titer much urged In dividuals to demand that tho affair of IIiIh "srreat and jdorloua country he dl teoted "by 11 Provident who l a real puhIiicm man, ndinlnlstered with llm n.iitio ciuiciny, efficiency and iihiIIs an auv other Intslnenv." Thorf Who wljdicd lo deolaro them rles In ynipathy with thU rentlnient wcro asked to tgn and mall an attached iHiupon to the "Dublin Men'a l'renl dentlal League, suite ltilu, Ida Itroad way. New York oily." When reporter went to that nddroa t ii y came Into the sutirhluo of tho simile of Oruuiby .MclIarK, tho wnllc that lian craced the olltlcal fnrluneM of an ex lenslvo variety of politician!', Mr. Mo ll re kM right away that ho wan thu chairman of the llunlnen.s Moii'm 1'rcnl- dentlal League, but lie raised Ida linger in wurnlmj whn ono sought lufonna tlou regardlntf th rank and tllo of that oreanlzatloti. Kubttatit la I gentlenien all. ho said, utid reMidy to so the limit In (vine tho country frenn tho demnltlon IiOktwowb, hut their Identity wan not to bo elloclot'td at tlllx staKe of the cam paign. Them gentlemen dtidro to con duct a distillled campaign with the t-ole object of cloctlr.g sonic ono who llrst of all morlU and cotumandit the conllik'nco of tho bUilnesM men of thu nation, ho hala. filtf Oat Mnfrineiil. Thon Mr. Mollarg gaic out t-tale- inenu i'cn Hie utaieiiiciit tailed to dls closo the Identity of tho men coiupoelnir tho league or the Identity of the candi date they may hao In tulnd, ultliougH from Ilia wording- of tho document ono might lnfr that It U iltu. Coleman du I'ont of Delaware. Others;, Including Henry D. Eolabrook, the law partner of .lr. Mvilarc, arc meiitioiied, but Gen, du Pont gets) more than eleven lines out of tho tdxtccti In tho typewritten para graph. "Tho tusiueii men of llio country," sa) tho ttatunenU "arc concerned with principles rather than personalities!, and this league was formed for the exploita tion of an Idea Instead of an Individual, lt seeks to brine about the nomination of a candidate for President who can be elected, and to prevent action next June at Chicago that would be party ulclde. l'Xr example, one way or coimr ittln party suicide would hu to nominal either Tuft or Itooscvclt, the leaders of the oppOsJne factions of 1912." The ktateinent then goes on to e.ty that with all tho talk the emiy real crystallization of sentiment Is tho wide spread demand that a candidate bo named who will elw us a bUbluess ad nilnlnratlon. It points out that tho ITnlted State.". Instead of beltiK run u tho biggest businci Institution In the world, has been run "as a combination Chautauqua circuit and classroom for the airing of theories, or a laboratory for political experimentation." Trials, It hays, have been made of soldiers', lawjerfc, publicists and pedaaogui. so why not now a business inan. "To win noxt November," declares the li-aguc, "the Republican party must de ne nc to win. That means we must havo a candidate who tlrst of all merits ami command the conlldcnce of tho liU"liieN men of tho nation. Hoot, Week.-, Ksta hrcok, Fairbanks, Durton, Knox and Mi Cull have been Hived as candidates who would meet this demand. Within tho past week Gen. Coleman du Pont of Delaware has Tecn brou;ht forward as n candidate. Pu Pont Is distinctly a business man. He has been e.xcrythlnn from a miner working with a pick and rhovel to tho director of one of our i-Tt at et industrial corporations Ho Imh bul.t and managed rallroadu and ts a hanker and a farmer. In every lino his a-ti'-tle-s have Ken sdgnally successful, and no nuti hati had a more) varied expe rl erco tn equip hltn for th Preside ne. Ho is tho kind of man who could t.ivo to tho tax-pajert of this country tho I30U.000.000 that tho late Henutor Aid rich said was wasted annually In run ning tho public business." Crista Confronting; V. Tho gravity of the crisis now confront ing these United States lb referred to, ulomr with the uroblein of ndoouatn Preparation for national defence, the At.ruNr. March 30. Prediction', were possibility of beltifr forced to omanlzo made to-day that Atweinblj nrin Clarence our resources ior war auu ino .eriain y ,, Wck,n. ,,, iriln,,1B tr physical Uko otho. tips lo protect our labor and training In the tchoola and military Industry against rulnuus cotnpetltloti training tor all buys In thu Statu between onco the Uuroptan war m uve.r. Tli',i, t p; t;i .Mars', outsldo of man to handle thiirc problems, khjh tho, . . ,,. ,,,,. , ., ..... .,.,, ,i .,,,ri f U'Hh rl"'"" - .. Illleil with Mslloth who wiitdid Just a mlmilo of hN tlm and i'lerkn who wer trying to marshal i.otno sort of urder out of tho i him. Tho foloiiel look thliigsi In his own lunula utid lilleled llio clerks! of Hie) wceilltic out pioeesy. Thero win a liutid shiikei and n tll"iiil-i ul for nome, utid a clap on the Imil, and an Invitation In 'coitio In, conft- in, lo others. Major llobett It. Moton. Hooknr T. Waslilngtou'H siici esMir us head of Tits kegeit Institute, wa one of the calleru Tavored with a personal i-onferetice. He told the I'olontl, a trusteu r l,to Insll into, about certain new policies' about to be inaugurated, and tho i!olouel up prued. Then theto wan tieorno W. Perkins and Horace Wilkinson, Progres sive leader of Syrai'U.se, who were Willi llm CoIoniT In talk of thing! political. Mr. Perkins admitted that hu liked tin: e'o'.oiiel'n statement attaeklna; President Wilson's) Mevlc.Mi pulley, which waa pub lished yesterday. The visit of ex. Senator KHUlkiierand a delegation of Watu Menators from West Virginia waa idKiilllcant It uiidouht edly meant that tho pro-Uoosevelt men In that Stale ale Kittlne le.uly to pusll along the liontii to make tho e'olonel the Presidential nominee of the Republican and Priigre'sslvc partlee. UNDERWOOD SCORES DU PONTS' LOBBYING liii.vK Fiffoi't (ti DnfcHi Federal Nltmlo Plant Project lo "SolfUhllCHrl." MUST UK FOIIiKD, HK SAVS tt AX KB US CUKKR T. U. MirprUe nt I oliiiecOelll snoeln- lion's Aiiminl llniuiuct, N'i:w H.m:s',i Mnrcli SO. A surprlsfl wax sprung hern Lift night at tho an nual hauiinct of the Connecticut Hunk ers As-soclatlon when the HtV Charles litis Judk'iiH or illins I'alls. N V.. the lust sniiker. suggested that Thetnlore ItooiO'Veil might he the m.ui eif the hour Iti lite liresent crisis of American af fairs. The mention of tho Ctiloncl s nanio wasi the sivlial lor n demonstra tion. Tho political turn was made so iiulck'y that It apparently nonplti-.cl tho old line Republican leaders of I nn iiccllcut attending the dinner. Job II lleilgis of .Vow York, the prin cipal spcaki r, lltilshed hit iTieeeh on "Pre m redness mid What II Menus, without ulMtig the meeting a volllUul twist, when tho ellius rails clergyman said : If W'oodrow Wilson Is the mail who will in sen, i for us this treat Amcrl e'.ui life and American svlrlt, Irresliec tlvo of party politics, I believe your Ideal citizenship should teach .Mill to Mtn for him net .Nim-mbcr. Xn gnat de moiiMratlon greeted this refereme to llio Proldent, and he e'pu- (limed: "If l.lllm Itoni Is th" man ,i te handclap."! and he proceeded "e.r If Charles llucbes Is the one" (a Utile uioro applause J and then In it louder tone: "Should Theodnro lino- veil Po the man- -" The speaker illd Hot tliilrh. for a wild clner went up fiom the gathering of ton bankeih and lawyirs and politicians. T. It. RILES THE PRESIDENT. HnUrr MtiKi'M Hot tii.nrr, 'I lien Tlil.e It IliieU. W ami I'iiiTdN', Mar. h 'in. t'ol. lliio-c- elt si r.eiist'i comment President II son'si M' M an pop. y did H it ( "i.ipe tho iintteo vf I'tlnr 'l- Pie sldellt or III? Cabinet Thero was .licit resentment over the Colonel hiving chosen this particular time to attack Hie Vliulnls tmtloii, hut neither tin I t-ndent nor Hny member of the I'abluel, with tho exception of Secretary Itat.er, would tall for publication. Secretary Haker saw no reason wh he should lint speak his liiiud freely in response to a epecitlc epiestlon h latliig lo the Colonel's eiltlelsni of the War Department: J,r- Haker li.tluted a iilcture of "the Colonel as I sen hltn." which he eloclde.1 late r should nut rea h the vubllc. The rehire he aslte-il Wasiiimito.v, Mari'h SO. In a speech lo-day upon Hie subject of prepartdncri Senator riiilerwood of Alabama made a spirited allaek mi (he attitude, of tho du Pont Powder Company towurd IhO Itroposat ror a iMiverntiient nitrate plant. lie said that In endeavor na to defeat this legislation the, powder company la moved by selllsh considerations. Senator IJudernuod was speaking In support of thu bill to establish a Uov- eminent nitrate phut ut Mussel Shoals, Alabama. Th" chatgn has been made lint I tlio piirittist) of some of the men In Congress who were urging establishment of thu pi. in I mis to liae It leased by thn (ovcrmnuiit tei llm Alaluitua l.lghtlnu and Power Company, but In the bill re- Iftrte'd from thn Agriculture Committee of the s'enato to-elay, tin tneasuru was unciuleil tn ire eld lt biltig leaned. The hill carried an npprpprlatlon of rj.ooo, OOo. Senator Kcnjoti of Iowa, n Prog- tesslve, and one of tho conservation group, was re'stioiislblo for the amend mini. , .Mtrnueti I'Viiiii Air. In the course of thu illscnssion letters from the- du Ponl Pemder Company were read. In which that corporation of fend to build a nitrate plant, submit It to I !u eminent control and utlllxe processes tliey had oblalneel abroad for eMiaollug idtroHen from tho air. One of thn letters Was ndilressctj to thn Sec- relary of War uinl the oilier to Senator HauMtury of Delaware, The letter of the du I'ont company to tho Si'crelary of War was In part as follow s 'Several miiis hum thu extraction of nltree.-n from the nir was found nrnc llc.il ahrnael and with n view of Implant ing llm industry In (his eountrv isolv. Uig our problem hero at home), tho du ruin company sent a corps of Its ex perts le. lhn-eipc to thorough!. Investl gain the various processes thero rm ploynl. "As a result of these Investigations the till Pont company purchased tho ricni or one- eir the leading ptocesses iise-ii .-inroaii, wntcii iires:es is now t.ibllshed hi Uurope on e'oiiinierclal basis em a large s.-ac eif proluelloii "As ou know, thu proi-es of se'ur lug nitric acid from the air requires large nulls of liydructes:tr!i' towe r at a Very low cost I'rli-r ettitrtit Accrpte'tl, e'olncldcnt with our Investigations anroiui wei bam been studi nc the is. slblllle-s tor satisfactory hydroi Inctrle power in the t nlltel States, and wei lire! that while the power plijstcilly exists It Is not available bcause of govern mental restrictions. "Vein will nolo the bill jie r-'lbllllt provides that th company 'shall dcllwr to thn rrdtesl States for mllllaiv or naval iun"JS"s all or .tny part eif the otuput of ultlic add at a lain, which ball Insure siith t're.HI as Ine Secretary of War shall determine lo bo reason able' "Willi the w.lv made ceir, the illl Pout conipin sl.tuels really let ne-go-tlato ,i contract under which they will begin at once the construction of a plant In ninth of Mi'ii magnitude as may be agreed upon between tho e iovernnient and the elil Pout .'o:iip.i!., the till Pont company lo furnish the e'apltal." Senator Liidetwood, In uelietcating a eioMinincnt nil t ;t tt- plant. s.tPI that If the eouiitiy bad thn biggest guns made, the largest army and a complete llect of super-ell i-adnaughts. Its military pie paicdnesa would Mill be Incomplete if it nan not a sulllclcnt supply of nitrates. In nfcrrlne to the du Ponli. Mr. L'nderwooil continued; "I elo not mean let rclleot on the ipi Pont Powder Comiaii. It has a legiti mate huMness It h id a right before , the House to oppose a satiillar tirovlslonl which was inre-ale.l. The ilu Pont Pow-I INTEREST imtww SSM lMMlMC S4,H lMftrtngt SMH tMrakfa SU.NS 2 MMlgai SU.fM tukjeict H prtor mIi. LAWYERS M0RTQAQE CO. HICHAM M. HOUO, Pmltfmt Capltal.SuririHt A Pr.$S,Ht,NI Ct Liberty "l.,N,T. Ill MonttuSt,3ko. MUNICIPAL BUREAU HITS 'SYSTEM' AGAIN MOVIE CENSOR BILL IS SENT TO SENATE IlcsciH'oli OrKiiiii.Hlion I'iiiii jihlet Altmks Wiiy of Puss liip mi State- Ullls. SAYS SKVKX MKX HULK Colli nil by Slnlc Rctroiils Pro vided Tlionipsnn (lots MciiNiirc Tliroiiyli. WHITMAN SKIN'S - ACTS Aluant. March SO. The Crlstmati. Wheeler bill providing for a Slato board of motion pltlture censors under the su porvlslon und e-nntrol or Hie Stall Hoard of llegentH was favorably reported to tho Hi'tuto to-day by tho IMucallon Com mlttce. lis bUPportrrs believe the meas ure will pass ti.e Senato at least and pos sibly the Assembly. The measure provides for a board of three mcmUra to be appointed by the Regents and lo serve for annual salaries of JI.Ul'W. Hy the bill a fee of $.' fof each 100 foil of Hint examined Is exacted from the pioduoers. with an ii.lditlnnal J:'.."U for duplicate. Approvtil tlima must ixhlblt at their col, elusion tho Morels, "ApproM'l by llio Hoard of Ite gtuts of thei I'lilvii-slty of the State of New York" for at least six seconds. Producers would have the right to appeal to the Hoard of Regents. Tho Scnatit tassed a bill Introduced by Chairman (ieorgo P. Thompson of thu Public Service In estimating Committee which calls for a commission to confer with the autl.oiltles of other Slatea rv gardluu (he riiai liniml of reciprocal e c IsUtlou to compel the testimony of wit nesses or the production of evlilcncc be fore Icglslallii- committees. The bill was ocnasloiH'l by dilllculty the Thump sou I'OUiuiltteo had In Musrachusetls while otiiliiciing Its prubo of the 1'irst dlsttlct Public Service Commlssloii. The Assembly to-day without ellscus shin passed a bid of As,se mblyman Abrain IClleiiboKen striking uui the irolsinn In tho present law permitting the SheiliT of New York county to letuln thu fees of his olllce The bill exempts tho present lucuuibtiit or the ulllci'. Sheriff Smith former minority leader of the Assembly l.ov. Whitman to-day mgtiesl a bid 'Introduced by Ass iiildyiii.ni William T. S.lillsoti eif Klng alueluliue tlio .New York city Charter by providing that the bureau of audit In tla- Department vt I'tiunco fthall bo In charge of a chief . auditor of accounts The preivislous rela- i tuu to tin Conipliolle r de lading audltois and deputy uinllPirs eif the bureau to the Horoitgh 1 l.tll of Hre'ol lyn. Hronx, ' Jtic. lis and Illchiiionil Is stricken out ami the chit f auditor is altoncil such auditors of actoiiuts as the' Ceiniplptllcr may eleeni iies-ess.ii), tn tic appointed by the Comp troller. A bill of Assembljinan It'ibert I Tudor of Manhattan was fgtiei prov'd. tug that the New York city Pedlee Com. inlssloner may offer tewar.ls for Infonna tlon li-adlng to iletretlon mid conviction of persons guilty ,,f a felony Instead of the pret-ent llmlliitlon to homicide, arson or reitivlng stolen gooele. Tho llurt'iiii of Municipal Research lliado pllltllo )e'slerdny tlio tilled of Use pamphlets ott "Tho S)slein al Work," (he title referring lo the Stale li glsht turn. This circular ik'iils Willi "Twj Standing Cointnlllees" and, under the sub-headlliB, "Hills and Hills," plrsents a serlia of etuestlons and llio bureau's nnswer.i lo thetn. Some of tlet iiues (tuns and unmreiH follow : Jlow do persone who want seiinolhliii' make their wants) known? They nsk their Senator or Assemblyman to pre- tent a bill. How nrei they Itilmiliiis'iP,' The (idea mo trail by ii clerk und they are, re ferred lo one of two standing commit toes. What am these slatidluc conimltleeH? They ale places whero eleven men elesMelo whe ther tho hill will Isi Introduced to the seven ineii. What happens after th"- aro Intro duced to the seven men? They may be- ceiinn hills tiayahh'. Who pays thn hills? Tho laxpB)er.s of the State.- Do th taxpayer knuw what Is going on? Ne. Do tho members of the standing com- tnlttes's know- what la going on? the Ini tube is of llm majotlty do. Do's any ono know bow much tii"i"s bills villi amount to? No olio who will tell. Tho eleven men inferred In are the I'levon Iteiiiibllcati ineniberH of cash of the coniin ttees on llliaiici', that Is, llm rVnate e'eimiiilltee! on l-'tnatii'o utid the Ass-mbly -eiiniiiltlee on Wa.vs and Means. Tho seven men itifetreel let nrv tint .'halimtii of these' e-eitninlltci'S, Sen-lilt- Majority leader Hiuwii, Sieaker Swext eif (ho Assembly und the three lllfll frettll tlio olllce eif Hie Slate I 'olllp trollcr who ale iisslsilug the- commit tees In preparing Ihe leuual budget. Tho circular concludes with the state, tiistit that cill.ens ate iisK)nsibUi for this sjsteni, .end adds. "Im .ion wain tals s.istom ehaiiged? If so Is tt liet lime that oltr began to insist on open b.iliibil. fall dealing, on an Intelligent, businesslike mellnsl of handling ,our htisttit ss'.' If ou think so woiihl It not be a getoel thing t' lot )our tiiiresi-nt.itlve l.niw- that vein evtset 1 1 1 til to make the Ipst Inoie"" SEES WAR AS KNELL OF SUFFRAGE TALK Mrs. Iiodjri'. Anil Lender, Siiys II Would Unllc Woiiifii for Xntion's Work. :,)) LAUH SKNATOH HHOWN VOTES $500,000 FOR STATE GUARD CAMPS "If this e-uimtry goes to war with Mexico--einil to-da)V papers are- enough lo show Hint we'm on llm brink of war It will pill ten cue) lo IIiIh elarned sur- Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president or lln; National Association Opposeel In Woman Suffrage, tlms expresseil hetsclf at tho annual iHlii'liisin of Hi" New "'' Statu Association npposcel l Womiin SulTrage al Ihe Hllti.iorr )sliela. . When e-alled on bv the chalrilian. Miss Alice Hilt Chittenden, for a speech bin made a In lot one, hut a bit later sh l.-atliered a Kiottp arounel her anil told what sho thoiiKht alxiul the siiffnutc sit iialloti. "War," Mrs. Doelge iMiillnnnrt, "will do 111 the UiiIIimI Stalls wlial It has eleiiiu In Hnglati.l It will '"din Ina women. It will take th" ButTriiglsls out ot mischief, it wlli turn them from the pur suit eif the Wlll-o'-lhC-wIsp I lie)' HI" olinslns and make llicm work for tlio things women should work for, home and their country. ! wo hear any thing aboili sulTrare from Mrs. Pank hurst now? War Iihm brought her to her senses and fho Is working Willi her elov eminent, not against II. War will 11 a great cala.ii.lty for this country, lint It will also be' a blessing, for It Will tllilie tho women, our women ought to be; working together Tor the same thing "That's what Ihe siirftaglsts sny. In Itderistsed a rebel In tho group, but Mrf. Dodge- smile el and shook her bend. "The) re on t lie- wrong track," sho rcplleel. The. national le-ader of the anllH added that. e.n wlthoiil the we'ldlng Influeiieo eif war. I ho backbone, of slUTragc was broke II SOW NOW! SOW NOWI VAUGHAN'S Central Park Lawn Grass Seed Germinating ns soon .-is t!i- KrfM 1 softens, it is c.-irricd by the t idle (. 10,v into the c-jirth unci sprouts quiikK t lablibliing n turf Hgaiiu tlic I wrly summer. Sow now Viiiiclinii's "(.01,1 i,r.. .mil "('olumbiiin' (for slunk tnevi bv us. have been sold 011 their , 1 1. . more tluiu thirty ye.irs in .uui jl j- , ,v York. They arc the lies! perm.inrni mixtures; making n close, trlte t) turf no foul seeds: no weeds; sure in Vn I'rice.s: 25 lbs., $6.45t IS lbs., $3.95.' 5 lbs., $1.3Stper lb.. 30c. ' Orders ff '.(K1 niul over pn,, 1 1 VaHchin'sCitaltfMtm,.,,.crQD 'liAIIIIKMMi ll.IAhriUlt.il' II6C Barclay cor. Church St. SENATE AGREES TO CHANGED MILLS BILL Amplified Mm mi rr I'nr lioniil Defence Piuses' -J-J in I Afloj1 llelinte. AM'iiillv (-'iHiiiniltee leiirl MeiiMire Wliieli . rmioed by Cieii. 0K van. FIGHT ON FOR BREAD "LIKE MOTHER MADE" th.' urws-paper iii.-n not to Use the notes tier Complin hail a right to have Us th.) had made and conilned himself 1 agents aioiiiel Hit lobby of the House P. this statenn nt land In th" lobbies of the Senate. It has placet m "lie I Rises. elt J w.es In the tune, where) his facilities' for accurate observation urto of the very best." Other Cabinet rn labels would not Is-quote.'. FINLEY GIVES BOOST BROWN GALLS FOR A TO SCHOOL TRAINING NEW M0HANS1C SITE J'ill for Summer Camps. AIm Likely lo Pniss tlic ' Assembly. Aiiiciiilinciil Follow r Wn-rner's Clmriri'- of Plan lo Kvwle Aliiiiidoiimenl. leagnc. Is ono equlppcil (irliuarlly wilh) practical ousmess 1 xpenence, probably p ss.-d, I'ollowlng livarlngs 011 I hlltuKuti.. .XUArn, Marih SO, Senator 1-loti R. Ilrowu .iiiiiiidcel inn bill to-day provid ing for a coiiunlssloii 1.1 dfterndiin what sliould be done with llm .Mohanslc State Hospital ami Hi" Tramlni- School tor lloit, tiri.Ji' rl v. on the" I'liUnn watershed, by providing tlia- Hie commission shill select 11 JIO'V it'1' for each e.f these In Whether the cryblallUation of sentl-'tho meiasuros, J'jIiii 11. I'luliy, State ment for a business, man will ultimately Commission f i ;atio.tlon. who llrst e.p- aclvance to tho person of Cen. du Pont. , ., ,,,, . .., ,, Mr. Mellsrg would not say. He eleclared ! P""'1 tl10 u 1,l"lr'"111 M '" that tlds udvertUeonient would appear In position owing to the amendment of e'er- too of the leading pipers of thu country' tain features to which hi. objected. to-day und 'that hereafter tho organiza tion wilt takn oth'.T utnpa to promote Its Idea of a business Presidential candidate. Mr. Mcllarg has had large expedience lU-preMMitallves of the Merchants As sociation ot Niw York, who havei been leading tin- light agaliibt tho pullutlor. of tut Nev Yetrk clly water suridy, said lo-plglit that thev wcro satislbel with the- uiheiideil bill, but Hun nil Mrs. Slmun M. Guggenheim. Mrs. I luuendmrnt would be offered In tho rh.iuncey J. Hamlin and Mrs. I'tancls ltacon. dr.. eif New York. Icpresentlfg , liranclies of New York Stnto ceimmlttees In Kutdtns political crystallizations. Pour on preparedness, were some of the ad ycars ago he circulated through the veuMtes of tho ineasuic. Major-ijen. South lisiklng for dark luted cr)stals to' d'Ryan also made a strong idea tor tho attach lo the outttandllir co.tttails. of uie-asiiie. s.seuiblyman Welsh und Col. Theodore) Roosevelt, hut when llm Joseph l.awson of Albany spe.ki' In Us rol!ectlou was assembled 111 Chicago it ( favor. was to ornament the robe of President J Dr. Vlliley was e allisl on the' opposition Taft, Mr. Mcllarg bud charge of tlmlsia,.. hm sabl that he wetconie-tl the Roosevelt tight before tho convention, mow-mnit. and e villained Ids lortner but he declined to follow tho Colone l In Ida bolt. Since then he has steadily maintained that Col, l.etoscwdt would be an avowed candidate tor lliu Republican nomination this oar, but lie has devoted himself to corralling eleh'gates tn thn Re publican national toiiveiitlou who would stick to thu end for the nomination of Mr. Kstabr.iol.. His chairmanship of the Uuslness Men's I'lcr.ldciltlal l.oaeuo may bo taken to mean that he no longer stands for any particular candidate, bm solUy for an Idea. H.iial on llio matter in these words; Senulu providing that llm Hew sues shall not be located "upon any water sliest troni which water Is taken by a municipality," The Senate, by a vote ot '.'1 to "3, 1 of lists to-day to take troni tho Plnancet Commute..) ihe. Wagner hills abandon. Ing the .Mnhalielc and Yorktown Institu tions. Tint voto m.im n a. heel afier u warm debate, 111 wbi. h Senator Wagner epies. tlojii'd the sincerity ul the Ripuhllcaii caucus es.teihty 111 agreeing to 1111 "J tin not make argument against tho iiuivralmeut for a oomnilstdem to seek Introduction of illstlnctlvt ly military training into the public si liools be cau-e. as I understand, such pruvlslem Is not 1tnntp11111lat.il 111 lliu bill us utni'inleil. It other sill's lor tho Institutions. In iinswei' to Ids demands for ttreseui tatlnn ol the amcinle d bill, Seualor W.i-.-ut r waa told thai tho bill would bn BATTEN EMPLOYEES DANCE. AdTi-rtlsliiK I'lrni Celrhrntra An- nlversiiry at the Waleleirf-Astorlit, e"ifllclals and staff of tho George Hatten . Co. advertising agency, ISI Fourth avenue, celebrated Itti twenty-llfth an niversary at a dinner and dance at tho Wuldorf-Astorla Wednesday night. Two hundred persons attended. "lieautlful White Space; or, Tho M)s. tcry of thu Wrong Sized Cut," a farcical skit, was produced by monilters of tlic company. Among tho characters repre sented wcro line Poied, Old Man dp iroprliilfoti naif Hlxt)) duo eWiulr. Olfl e'lals as well u staff members, of thu agency wero reptesenleil In m travesty. A handsotne souvenir piece was pre. sonled to Mr. Ratten in commemoration of tho event. When Mr. Kitten startesl Ihe bu-lnesh lis had only oro (assistant, who Ik still In the orgkirzaHun. Is this that 1 nave n il t oiiMiaim n uoni ; -i 1 nf-neK., Uicluiln bntli lntltutlonn and ine siari 10 opp-.se. tuci uij "iri' woul.l go lo the. Heivernoi' It goes far huik 111 mi school epeii- euce, though 1 have lot- years been uig Ing what might bu calhel a soldierly snlrlt and moret rigorous training." Asremhlym.Tn Welsh said aflor the hearing Hial In had been surprised by the Mroiig coniuienilalioii for thu nieaa-ure, Why, ono Assemlilytnaii tolil nin lie BOYS TO DRILL AT FORTS. Ilnillllloti anil W enlst orl h tssluned fur I e- of 'll .ocliiiiil I, nets, Relnsi'd the Use of Statu ninuirlcs a.Ouu li())s of the 1 leme.nt.iry schemls of a right to work for the defe-at of this' provision, but the Senate of the United States has not a right to let tho com- 1 pany succeed In elefiatlng It. "I have luTei and will asl; the olerlt In read an article by Hudson MaNlin, the will know 11 engineer ninl Inventor. 1 iiifinber e.( the naval eOlisultlng Ihiard. 01 wli.cb h, tleieoimces iiropt-aU for thei eiove1111n.ni ownership of inunltloi.s, prints "Bui who in tin- Hudson M.imiii'.' lie .h 'hi' lonsiilimg ingliiier eif th ilu I '"III Powilel' i-itm..lll. Yet he tries to bring "undress into contempt by saylisg an) e.iii favoring lioyerniiietU owr.ershlti Is a 'polk barrel 1101111011111.' Thu. from a private) iiianufartuier's -agent! "Then them is Hugh Cooper of New York, who Is an excelluit engineer, and I do not mean tn rellect on him, but In- Is n consulting i-ngltieer of thei du Pont Powder Companv. That ceiinpany has obtained an option 011 one process of making nlinrispheric nitrogen and Is stekliig for power sllrs In e-aso the water power bill goes through," STRUCK PUPIL; TO BE TRED. Manual Trill 11 lliu Se-hool 1 e-noleer lnt titusi'i- In e eturt. lolin II. MaulT. ,1 matin il training teacher tn ilu. .I0I111 W Inthroii Public Schuol. l'.'l l.'ast Fifty. llrst stree-t. was held .vesterday in t'-T, bail for trial in the r-e.urt e.f Stieclal cssions by Magis trate lieiiel 111 the Yorkville Polico Court on a charge of assault i-ommitti'd on Thomas Slnrlilap. II e,us old, of '.! Second avenue- Staurr, who nt eurs old and lives at Ji"-'l Putnam avenue, lliooUljn. ad mltttd striking his pupil 011 the ht.nl with .1 brush list l-'ilday. lie also ad mitted having struck other pupil mi dilteient etccislona when they became unrul) Sherlilali alipcuicd In 'ho Yorkville emu t Moiulay, 10 .'oiiipanii'il b his fathe r, Andrew Sliarlilan, ai d the' iasu was e fe.reel tie Otllce'f -Mel... UglllU. of tile I'llll elieiis Society for hivestlgallou. Mc UiiiKhliu hutinnoneil Stauil to e oiirt cs. teudiy. Veiling Sherlilali lolil the Magistrate th.it his teacher had told bun lo tlnlsh the brush of lenntlo'i' boy, and when he iifusiil the leather struck him. Tin boy win-. In Flower Hospital, wheie a small scalp wound was Healed. Nfter healing tin- evidence Magistrate lieinl held Stand lor trial. GOMPERS TALKS AT COLUMBIA. Whi'iI. Ihe linker. Denies Tlml Me l'es IMiisler of Pari." or "PoiMins" Pulilie. would rather be taxed a tU irter of what . tlie city tiro to elllll nt Fort Hamll'on ho earned than have a 1 onillllon such us ami I'oit AVadswortli Rronklii io)h lirevalled in iieigium a- inn siari 01 ine vim receive- insiruciinii at in,, iinm.-i- niiHiiican war. nrcvall lien . inn ..vs. seinblyinan added "Thn wav to plevt lit It was to prepatc, lie said," suicideIiay be crones. t.'hlcnuo leli-olli- oil yii' lei nectlriit t Vle-tv lloeli. ltniiHieiviitr. llnnn.. .M.M-cIt 1KI..A youni' npiti whose Istjv wis fuutul hang- Hon, but .uit-d aa Im did at tin- 1 r-ejij.-nt r . . . .... . . .. ... ..... .., tl.-. 1 1. ..... e . .1. 1 .!.... .e 1.... e 1 Uig 111 mo wootiw ue-ar .tnineru nmi " '. '!. pii.en Saturday la pow believed lo bo Jtan Hint In procuio the pustngn etT tho Crones, tlic roup poisoner The dnscrip- Welsh bill, pi'iivlding for llio training tlou of thu man's) body and that of of high school bo.vs, tin i'oiinrntlou of Crones, a tally In almost every dolull. A the schisd boarel Is tie cessary and thn Chicago detective Is on Ills way ueiu Mipportcra eif tho iiu-usine cannot iilTotd lo v-le-A- tho lioely, j(n iillenutn tlml body, Post at -lillu o'clock thin aHeiiiooti. Re-Kill ir drilling places for the lads of Manhattan will be iiiiuouticeit soon. Miij.u -ticn. 1.. oniinl 'oo, placed the forts: at ilu- seivlco eif the National School Camp Association at llm ust-o-1 at Ion's leipiest lifter Major-Ueli. O'Rjaii of Ihe National (illard bad fni-litddi-u thu use ot Slato armories. Ucn. o'R)an lavors tin: plan of thei aesetola- 'I'l'll Vlili'lii-c of Mnetrllls Labor la llenleil 11 Mliare lii-nl. Samuel Campers, president of thn American IVdi ration or Labor, spoke liHtoni nun Columbia studt-nlh In Hurl Hall )esturday oil nrgiinlzcd labor and what It is Irving to tin. Ho hinted that labor -was not getting the fair treatment It should In the newspapers and spent much of hl 1 1 nu answurliig an attack on thu demands, of laboring nn'ti for Hum and half or double, time for work ing ln) mid set hours. In speaking ol lliu alleged s.vtupathy which Is sh.iweii'.l on labor Im said that men vt im. iiraveil lor labor live minutes t.ich week piem-il mi It thn rest of thei in-i lime, und alihoiii.li tneso sainn gentlemen Co Woiihl like to see all labor leaeieis In a well known hot place, I hey wero eleter mined lo stay their limn out and not Iskn their ileparlurn henc until llio other felluivn went nlonrf lev. At.n.iNT. March Sa.TlMl the ptople merely want the und of hreitd "mother 11s.1l to mil.. without linnet ess,iry cheuiicil- bm elt rin ; on pi ester of p.erls leiHtinuilillil c .Iiiride andoab iunisilipll Hi . wis lln- e-oti'Miti f Senator .lain.-s .1. Walker 1.1 nippoi'ing the W .ill.T-i oliey liUie- nrcaii mil lo.tlav oeiorei ine .-enaii-lle.iltli t'oiiiinlttci'. If en.icteil into law it would 1'i.inpe I maiiufai'tiiri.rs of bread iflng tpecl.il .-hcnilcal preparaliuiui to specify em a printed label upon eueii loaf llm lligieillcnts it eoiitallied. , I'ho Ward llaklng iouiiaity. ieir.. senleel by lie-orge S. Warel. William , Nieldii und a numbr of sclenlltlo eipcrH liislstisl that the bill wits ni m l solely at their e-oncerii. Mr. Ward aelded that t late nieiits to the ilfcct that he was using plaster of parts and did not o.in if Ills bl cad potsniitd the weemi-u and children of th" Slate were 1 lainleroiis and e.litr.incout. In addllloii to the statements of l e he'lviltlstt. a letlee was it ad b the opiionents of the hill from I'r llarve.v W Wile j. former chb-r of ih. l'e d nil food biili.tu. iippo-im; lln- bill Ae-em-blymaii Collev ile.-e-l the heuruc bv ' leading .nioth.r le'ur from Ur Wile In thh ciiiiimuiilcailoii the food 1 Viii wrote that he wa- "dccidnlly op.o-ed -o th.) addition of liinmoulum tlilnri.Ji- and calcium sulphate to aid tlio development' "'I vsb II were- osslblo fo- me to' give my tetltiiiinv free of i-hiirgt-.' rend -Assemblyman Coffey from tr Wile s letter. 'You rieogiilie, however, that' my professional se-rvicta at tlu iireieut timet an my only means ot livelihood, 1 j will very gladly gu bcl'nre Ihe New York Statu legislature If the dale does not Interfi-io wl-h my existing engagemien for my ovpinses and lli" a day lion I orarluin.'" i "Yoil reael lir Wiley's letters oppo -lug Ihe hill,'' said ssi-mbli man Colli v, I dlli'e'tlllg his lelllalks In the t.ppo ing forces, "hut wt could have had ban hoi, on our slib- fo- Jinn a elac. Hut we' leuild not get the It"'1 for hi " ' McORATH appeal up TO-DAY. .Ilistlee- sii'iiililrr lii lifter It If 'Pes. tlloent) la Ira user llte-d. If the sleiiographer's notes eif t e trial of John McHralh, Col. Roosevelt's secretary, and his e-ousln, William pow ers, ale" transcribed 111 tium. Justice Scudder will In-ar In tho Stipieme imrt iu Hioolil)ti thus moi'iiitig arguiiie.ut on the application t llm two convicted men for a ct-t tlllcalo ed reasonable doubt. They are trying; to get ,1 new trial of the assault charges, made against them by Charles Llghte, Ji- Altliough the trial 111 Special Ses. sioiiB tuol; place) on Tuesdt.v, no tran script was available .vesterda) Wit Il eal! this transcript the hearing befote Justice) Scudder cannot go on, John .1. Halpln ami Rolterl II. Ill.lcr, couhm-I for Mcflrath and Powers, were hope ful that thu record woiihl . Iu their hand eiirly lo.il.iv. Tim Dlslrh't Atlnruey will e.iposei (Im granting of the certificate-, ami the argu ment oil his behalf will pinb.e.blv be undo by Assistant Olslrlct AtltiriK j tioper. Al.li.vNV, Mu-th "1 "This is by lar tlic llli'-t t'llliote- thing ilolli' by all) Slale in the 1'h on III ji-.-er ' .Majoi'-tii it. n Ryan iniide Hi s , -11111-1 ment to-ltlgl.t after the ssiinbl Was uui Means Committee. Iced reported the-Klne-eld bill -apiropriatiug J.'.nn n.111 t,n-Uioblllz-itlou, eitiMmpiiiriil and tn d ex ercise of the National till.tlil 11H1I legis latlve leaders liad Indicated the-lr Inten tion of pushing through the measure- as 1-0011 its jtt sihle. "This Is getting away from -tint eir' preparedness to something siiii-t.nitial and practical," the i'!i-i'ral adthd. Fnder thu Kluoaltl hill tne toil uin blllzalloii In )eiels etf Ihe entire truant as .1 single utill will be made possible. Hy the recent resirean'rat ..-i of the guard under IVel.-nel J11 -sdn-tlcn the tiilllll.i in t' :- St He .s.iistitlit. - a ce.11. plte t letl.-al army ellvlslnn. lenel the up. , propruilion carried by t' . Ku, ..( r. ; wouiil V'ruri me ina. ing .11 ine w '.ote division In the Ihld ether fo.- siiv.ee or training. In the absence of a ...ill fro ei t'le Fed eral Ceovi rniiif nt 1 .r ass.stau. a ij0 ,ip. propilatlon would be. utilized next sum mer to mobilize every brmch of tin- Na tional teller.! on ee sciele- It. -ve l.ettne Wlttiersfel lt th.s Meilt- Tin t imne 1 trit'tg in I be intrusive a',. I p..i...el'y s.-l-e d-in-.l I -r Ma hi June M IJ.e - ll'll OlilJ .t-g-i.t-il I e 'I tie. I.e gn-latiiie tor il- pan ...lis e". i Log old that in war 11 le fund. aew.ev ,ir. avilllabl.; but m t nn - of pea-v It uhva lian been a tlltti ml mine- let -1 1 1 1 1 ;ell iipiirop. la' on of th - e-luinicler stejs I ..ts it Will 1. 1 AMI. "or will l- vvlie-n Iowa votes on the question In June." s-h) said. "The ret-ele-ndutii will undoubtedly go ngallist (he suffragists there and that will bo III llulsli. The cause will never gain an either State." "Makers of Ihe- best boll mot ever heard in Alb.Hi) ' I" what. Miss Chit-ti-neb. ii ele-tared in luT speech. Hie untls lilt- e-alleil by the New Yolk State legislators now. The ti'tn which 10 ple.iM-il them, sho said. Is thn term pe-ellfe-rous juigslng," by which Mrs. .Ii.lni .le-roliie Roonev haraete-rlze-il tho behavior or the suffranlsts at (lie Cud t"l "liver win re- I so now Ifl Albany. Miss i-hlltendeii saltl, "the men are laughing about that. They say Its the best tiling they ev.-r heard, and so true." Ml- Chittenden deplnreel the prospe.-t of a HM7 rife-reiidum. "It i" almost more titan my atili-suITrage temperaineiit can stand," she i Ighe-d. The presldniit of the Stale orgiinl-. itlon ended by call og on th.- .i'iii woine-u plesi-nt to lal.e f.r tin I- slogan . "Slum! by our ftiedid. Sei ator Klon P.. Itr-.wn, Wbn lilts s-tnnd by lis" Wo don't, llio the suffragists, deal In threats, but we stand by our friends and we i.-memiie-i- our e ne-mecs, she- haPI, At the- e-losi nf Jll-s Chltte ndeii's ep'ecll Hie fiilb.Wlllg telegl'lllll W.I.- sei.l to Sena tor III OW n : Five loiinlli.l we ..ie n riresrnl' S ol yaiiUatloiis of women m all sections of t'le Slate, llnlulslllg the lietliill of 7x,:i3'.' voters eif the Stale-, send you their priifnUHdly nppn clatlvc tlnilik lor rt . agnizing that the defeat of the stlft-age amenillnt lit was of too recent a elate In warrant thn belief that tin re has been any change of opinion, and that there- ate othe r iU.-tlon of gravo Importance demanding the utiharasscil attention eif tlio law mill., rs. A greiup of women from Senator llrowr's own district sat al Mis Nelson lln'rlck Hciitv .- table, among them tin Missts Louis.- and Anna O'Hruii of Walertown. Ins own to.vn. There was much miiiiiiii'iil over the- tact dlsclo-i. by one thai the s-enaliirs wlte-, two daughters ami sister are llrm suffragists. A feutu of the luncheon was the presentation by Miss Carol) n Van Corl lanilt of several sums eef ui-ituy. the, pro eisulsof the i t.ierlalnment glve-n March I by Ihe .luiiiur la-agin, n( which she Is head. Mte presi-ute-i an envepipe on'--j ttlimg nii to Alan R. llawlet, .fs. tie nt th, i r.t Club who was t,.--i a d o aili a spe,' 'i to lc devoted to t n- IfMli-ng ti' I ,t it .it lat-tl feir lervhe tn e,e-e e f w ei he ,i'mi gave ILTiU to Mrs. lMiUe feir the national lentl-siiffrate weak and r,fm p( Miss e'liltteinlen tee bo ose,t in the Slato e'.iuipaign. A t.n AN T , March ;ift,- Ii . . t. Hess resnlullriii etf Senal-a- I noli e . .Mills of New Yolk, as ainetnleil - . Asselnhly so us rimpl) to r- . to Congress a general ni. ol i o . cltlc lla-iease of llio attny in t adopted by Ihe Senate I . ehi- t -. of L'2 to I. All the lu-n- . t Senator Hoylati liln-id In i.i . subject, us they Were- not fai e (ho resolution uinl luuld i'.' . teadlng after the rod tad ... ... Senator Mills dce-hnul t , . . re gretted the. Assembly had , ' e to ainep, I bis icmiIiiIioii, out t , lllstrated tieo nee essll) ed b. a t ,m' iii-'dlately a camiMlgn eif oi , the subject of t.n variant - e t e, eif nil lln- i.egtieiii'ss t.o - i tile iUi-tloH. lie lever, Preslilnit Wllsein and ib.-- it- i ti r's. ron-lgn policy bail ,u -i country to sink as low i ( fallen In the e-)cs of Hie w. -. 1 .Minority laaih-r Wagnei scute d Senator Mills s le a ,r t charactirii'il thn little, i. e ,. is lit-III as timely show itg s Mills was seeking to be i States Senator. "L.-1 us closo th are -,,t f candidates for natn- al p , Senatetr Wagner. Senator Hoylau said Se- etti 1 'see a patriotic ".voiing . in- ri. .. . thought that Mr, Mills's e at hue asm run nvvnv with Ills reason He irere. sske-l .Mr Mills to vvttlnliiiv. marks. Si nalor Hoyl.-tn It .s- , leply. Senator MIIN na.d a t s Illd g.Ven e Xjile'sslol s lo no' i her lie ought lo withdraw aid la- I I 'd nay wiuiM neve r limit win u a A t.tirrn teiiitel not c.xpiiss. hu. v. -t- Breathe and Be Well By William Lee Howard, M.O. The biggest dollar's worth of happiness in the whole wide world. There's nothing else to buy but this book. Read it nnd pay just a little attention. At all Bok$tller$. 31.00 Ntt EDWARD J. ClODE.lltr.itkAtMM.se.. l.ik Which Impression DoYouMake? J If it is like the diagram to the left, your arch has fallen and you arc "flat-footed." You need the helpful support of the Coward Arch Support Shoe. Coward Shoe tei. ee ..l .- is designed primarily to support the arch in its nai ural position and give free play to the foot muscles. Don't you think your feet would feel better in a pair of Coward Shoes ? For Men, Women ami Children Sold Wo where Else James S. 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