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fif ol*.. tftariflt AMD i h» T · · r . t TM ' 1 I I T nn » li»«ut» S J M 1 Kxnlni ^·r ftr lure h Tlnw ^^ N* * Cfi « ^T"Tl» «!11»d t kr«l .1 VIM r At n*^ Ktf f *·« r | T tn « i 1 P ^XJt (1 t t I d t r. i . I m 4 » I A.. 1 1' L~ 1 . p u t ··. ·· r rioN T» K . · i « * *J n *t · / i · 1 i · V^ t v r 1 n H' I * X ' I ' 4 r 1 t III · 1 « n r · h,. T t nloe y i rut;i n f «ll 5 t th r * · ItM the F:\ani bill for the protection ot nape all In on* week, U bclag the health of women and glrlt itralned If (here IF any cause for turprUe Recently a man who hat beta It li t h a t (he association placed Itself liberal gave to (our benevolent la- on record ai f a v o r i n g the passac* r i l t u t l o n i In as many dayi Then w i t h o u t delsv of legislation that will c n m e ' a n o t h e r ai^peal, and after aomt asi-ure decent care for the disabled h e s i t a t i o n he decided to give one* v e t e r a n n and the dependents of K o l d l e r r and sailors who died In the ( r v k e M r rt ' . 1 in i I I i r 1 »t * r h r i n n s t r o k e nut I h i i I M i t P tl r r d«v ' M i t n nit t 1 t N I , I prlzs K \ ii m i s l i t expect ^_ I UK 1 mr« T i l t M \ Y C O M B A T I N G T H E C R I M E W A V E more Befor* ho had finished waiting his check a lady entered his office and began to set forth the need* of her benevolent society I T h o u K h o t d m a r l l y courteous, the man f a l r l v M i n u t e d "No He has cince been a s h a m e d of h l m n e l f but the i n c i d e n t d e n o t e d the frame of m i n d m a n v persons are retting Into EVENING TlMari, THUtfHDAY, MAY II, 1922. Forever After y S. E. Kncr She kobb*d but knew he would return, - Though hers hud been t h e b l a m e , 1 W h a t w o m a n r \ e r failed t o learn Thp secret of t i n .MIIIC* "lie's gone t i u t he 11 (·· me b«rk " she "How proujl he seemed tn b o 1 B u t he M i l l p u t R W . I V JIM p r i d e , And h u m b l v come to me " NEXT TIME WE WISH THEY'D US IN ADVANCE "/; is only hy fighting for tkt nqhti of other: that ue i* ittrt freedom tn thf free" M \ M T TYCOLV. It n n \ be t r u e thiit the Judnei of » | t h recprrf to t h e present h e l t o i k g ( r i m i n a l courts are en s k e l t e r go an vou please way ol rail rumbtU the "crime | n g f u n d s for the nick, the need) and \. w T H E U N H A P P Y R I C H George J '. '-ill c r t * 1 f rage of t h e *· rn r R n e m ^ i i j ' k ^"" r»U*e of R C t » c h a i g t 1 it In 111" f u r t h e r r i i \ p , 1 j n c t l i e il. c o t t e n of Mi notorious f a t l n r One* Geo'ge » a s reeardi 1 i c r i l l er respectable a n r t a b l e p i r « , ' i u n t o hl« nit wit brother* and P ^ - "« o are *o I n d u ^ t n o u 6 ^ 01 ( Jl 'i in squandering the Gould i. i l l n n s i n impecunious forvipriPiK The t-tlllmans too manic* I n K In print to(l»^ but the M · t t r a c t onlv small a t n t old John D R o c k e f t l i e r be h a \ l n g somp iad h o u r ^ a^ ' n templates how he gathered all t Immense fortune, crowding d o x n t h e poor de-vils who got In his -wat juid *wp«tlng the l i f e out of Uhor o n l \ to find t h a t a Svlss l l - v p r v n i r i n m to enjoy a great slice of I t ' \ n j on other big chunk will po t o f u r o j rin mendicants The comic dl I a 1) Astor and her even niore pro f sque expatriated Lx)rd get email n n n t K i n although «he ha« been talkini. on the subject of morals in Old \ ir i j o n In forp i l c n r o ing lo l v I r i o p i n g h e a v y sentences - tun i N » ho are convicted t ( i n but t h e r e li no e v l of n to he -found In the send thf l e l l o w down but not out N e w a r k S u n d a v Cull Ho w p a k ^ n o d n» sh kin'\\ he For man m f a s h i o n e d so F(%r?pttinjf n i l Ins prid* 1 h n «tood Befopp her, b o n d i n g l o w Ifrluctantly, nr «o IIP t j i o u ^ b t , She Jet hrr k i s s li · \\ u A n d g p r t l l s p a r d n m l t u n i f o r w h a t -She knew Ir 1 li.id not Ing to ( r n o n for not less than one v y i r not more t h a n t h r e e years \ ir £ t n i n « St J u l i a n M a v o . t h e w e a l t h y ( n n n p r t i r u t n u t n m o b i l e m a n u f n c i i f r w h o h a s been c o n v k t e d o f b l L in * v 1 ng a« o\ii JucJce* persist in c l w i n g ^i i r il ( i i n ° i ii ration to the t i l i i n d m t l u t n i i! a n d dealing t l u h is K "' M i l 1 «.- n t i u n 11 - ' He ji/1 i i m l n g I n t h o u g h t o \ e r t h o u n l o n r o - w r o t e \ V a l t Whltmarf "I t l l i t t l e Uiat IK Rond ste*dlly i n l r i K to» m l * I m m o r t a l i t y a n d v a s t a l l t h a t in call d E v i l I eaw m l n g to merge itself and become and dfid ' N o m a t t e r how v o u look at It, the » il1 la g m w l n g better--for good n i v«md bad Jles /^*id if j o i r w i l l look at everything v on h w i t h t h n | dor anJ f r i e n d l e s s f* m t h e s t a n d p o i n t of good. ou will t · me one of t h e Uioeters of the 1 r tt, r \\ rld I r e c e i v e d a letter t b « other day fr m one of America a great p r e a c h e r s w h o h i « b-tn a cnngtant I n s f I r - i t l o n t ) me f i r m a n y } ears l)r J h i m t n M v e r s of e'hitji,o He »ent in n i w f p i p p r c l i p p i n g s showing t h e 1 * h n w h i c h he had Hbored for i n i a qu i r t T f t m t u r part i / i l l v in ruins from a great itorm Hut wrote t h i s great preacher ' ood * ill come of It ' I do not u n l e r M a i d why I am able t n t p j ) to m \ t o l e p h r n c a few fept i Tt nd« rs t h e i nier w i l l feel en i n Hgpd to a f s i e R H r t l the laws, and l a t t e r B--P h k e b lo follow the i \ i if l i A t l i r a 1 ; i t in adminjfl* K e] i" n m elm queer t i l i n g There i i rro.prct t h a t \ i r g m l u s St J i l l in m a v \ p ( t « r a f ( i m p r i s o n m e n t , i 1 - 1 I r i w v e r s h a v e taken an appeal \ \ i e j r -- 'P 11 w e n t -ill to pieces 1 » I n ' d \ ' i t l n k lili -H fe «md m \\ ic U I it d i d she I '1 i. l l r c t M u t n . I f -- \ n - f r l n i «'i p re 1 n \\ w r i t e i n d hear the N M u of one I k n o w and l o \ e 3000 a w a \ A n d \ e t I t I? possible How all their elders screwed and ·aved and held dS»u the workrr" and all for what' Just look around among your own acquaintances and reeail the thrlfn and c u n n i n g grmd era who deprhed themseHe' of ordi nary comforts onh to h a \ e t h e i r avaricious accumulations married oft* to some Jeven doHar a week fat IK a d ' One of the earliest and most com me ·" t editors remarked a few thousand years ago "He that hath mercj on the poor, happy Is he " Johnny -- '1 had to belle\e In Santa ClauM for pa. and now I haA e to fro to **··; circus for htm." -- New York Her*W V A GLOOMY PROSPECT. It 1» said that one of the members | ·f th« Trenton City Commlsfiion has predicted that the local tax rate in UkeUjr to KO to $5 on the $100 of nUblea before It will be lowered | Tb»t will not be pleasant news to the tax-paying rotem who have Just h«d the assessmenta on their proper tie* boosted about 25 per cent in order that a slight reduction might b« Tn«d« this year in the tax rate H the- coTpmiMloner referred to is diaei-oet, he will withhold such gloomy predictions. There is to be * iatmlcipal election, or reckoning day, next year PROHIBITION PROFITABLE? ( H i m is ID KJP h\ D i r e c t o r R a l p h I a v t h i t t h e r e c f i j t s from f i n e d , f e n a l t i p s an 1 ' · i t c i d l luxe 1 * during t h p f t i c t =ix m o n t h " o f the present prohlhimn a d m i n i s t r a t i o n w i l l more t h i n tvMd i a\ t i e co^t budget of J i n ' n o t o t t h f r n t l r e v e a r a n d 1lMt tlit M w i l l be a decrease In l i q u o r ttithdi t» iU Irom 12500000 g i l l o n ' - in 11 'i to ibout 2 0 0 0 ( 0 0 lor t h t p i e n t M a * llefore a c c e p t i n g thf-r fiRuros at face value one will w a n t to know mo-e ahout the various itfms t h a t h a v e born put into the account For i n « t a n e dunni, the recent dis c u = s i o n o v e i t i e h i l l c r e a t i n g m o i e t h a n a f r o r e of new f t d f r a l judge shi]); it was said that the calendais of t h e courti were c r o w d e d w i t h thousands of ta=es i n v o l v i n g ttie i l l i c i t sale of intoxicating liquors H a v e the wlaries of these judges and the costs of trv ing the thousands that are under arrest and Indictment been considered' As to t h e de creased liquor withdrawals are t h e v not largelv due- to the ease w i t h She trusted all t h j n s r s to hii carp, When he. had p l c u d i d l n t f Though from t h e firs' si · \\,{* a w a r e That slip ua,s ' lor h i m stronjr " The day w h e n shp assumed hi* name Was beautiful and- b r i g h t , And hp bplieved t h a t Sprinptinip camp To add to her delight, Perhaps j o u t h i n k t h a t h p forcot, As men so oftpn do. Or that he found t h a t slip was not Without a fault or t w o I f it w e r e t h u s t h i s I i t t l p tale Werp better left u n t o l d , , But, h a p p i h she dops n o t fail To fool h i m as of old t _ _ Wells, Teaches 1 ©ff Hnstodasss (From t h « New Tork World ) The Deportment on Study of R P T O l thev r a i A f t t r G«ttmg All Worktd Up and Spending 8»v«r*l M i l l i o n s to K»«p th» Chin«a« From Starving to Death 1 l i s t e n to my ph n igraph p l v i n g me ' lutlonary Movements of the N - i t l r n a l t R " r f w e n t to M o t h e r K a r t h I m i i v r l b u t I d o n o t u n d e r s t a n d \ r i i l In t o d a v R j aper I read t h i t a ke hajt b f e n st n ' f r o m N o w ^ ork i t \ t o San t r a r u l o c o b y r a d i o a n d Hit v o i c e w a s Uear a n d l o u d e n o u g h to be h e a r d across a room I do not u n If rst i n d 1 ' u t 1 bel i \ 1 r ause I hav p heard w t b im m n hi u n g \ u 1 n o w IK- I n I read of a st I p n t l i t « h j h i s n v t r t c i a rold l l n h t ' A n d - \ e t t h « m o n t m t r ^ r l o i m a n d rrrv s t i f v inc of a l l d i - c o v n r ' p s a n d l n - No in i t t r r h o w vo\j lo ik nt 't my fr nd you arc 1 \ i n p I n a w on it r f u l H R P Tntl P V P T S d i v nn \ grow fvn , t e r n b p a u t v a n i l w l l c r n ill p o s a i h l l l - t i i f o i ou if v in T* i l l hOt come to r p i l i z f c t h a t the 1 i i' ind- molt n a t u r a l » a v for j o u t o p r o w I n t h o u g h t a n d to pass Judgment on WelH s O u t l i n e of H ^ t o r y " A b i u t a n u n f i r e d college professor* h a v p been I n - t p n i e w e d , and "the ( o n c e n s u s of o p i n i o n with some e x c e p t i o n s « n j » t h p chairman o f t h e H e v r l u t l o r w i y D e p a r t m e n t , "is that Mr " \ \ e l l K Is not a h i s t o r i a n at all " T h a t lg tnie Mr Wells li not ft h i s t o r i a n He is m e r p l v a man of genius w h o took t h u t r o u h l A t o r e a d i BTPRt m a n y hooks of h i B t n r v and to o n « M l t a grrnt m n n \ h l - t n r l a n - ! a n d t h e n in a B t a r t l l n g l j short t i m e pro In our times Had he bpeh n "historian" bp » o u l l certainly never havo w r l t t n n thp "Outline of H l s t n r v " !{o w o u l d t i a v e bad a reputation to IOSP He would havp. had academic c n l V agues t » J h l n k ahout He w o u l d h a v e had to -Rorrj BO hard about tli* clanppr nf making a mlstAkp t h a t p r u d r n c e mi IP *iirr t h a t e v e r y ile- rv r p i r h 1" accurate t e - t o r l n« ,t i l l n i p nppdrrt w h o onn t i k ^ m a n k i i ] n t i some high place m l -t i \\ it 11. pmorama of l i f e I h i " Mr \ \ l l - h IB done Anrl if t t i i l f t i 1« a i p v\ rong and the j u d g - m e n t s t t s t \ and the s t v l e often slips! l and tht p r f j u d i c p blatant, Mr \\elto hi' still done an incalcul- at ]p fiPiViC" tn rri( dern education R e i a t i H P O f h l i boi 1 hi«tor 1^ begin- ing tn i e t a i i R h t as It was n e v e r t t u g h t t ff r» And the professors w l i i n i t s pnd to Mr \\plls w i l l f M 1 tht \ arp gradually bping siip- I l i r t i i I v mf-n who ran g i v e to his t r\ s me of the prrsppttlve and K r i n l t u r of V ells s ' O u t l i n e ' In tbf end, though Mr \Vells rnay r of bp a competent tPacher of h i s - t ir\ bn i= a very powerful te.ocher f b l - t o r i a n s It'a Rather Duconcertmg to Have Th*m Go and K i l l Each Oth«r Off Anyway . m a e n c . H t i o n is to see the (food In men and w o u l d h a v e reduced him to silence e v e n t , and ^o f ,» ,rd w i t h them , i u t nevertheless the M M n r l a n s ha" George M a t t h e w Adam? ' re-ison to be grateful to him After R °y a l S - Copeland, M. D. F. A. C. S. Commissioner of Health, New York City Why the Ozone of the Pines or Other Fresh Air is Vital (from the Xew York Tribune ) T i c c o m m i t t e e of the American t h e breakdown of the Umbnro doc- orone of the pines. !*r ^eociatlon composed of e m i n r nt t r i n e t h a t the criminal was an id, n f a i t h -in the heall - ,, - . -- ....... - -- ....... . » v t r s w h o have specially studio! tiflahle d e f e c t i v e tl tenciencv b i n which bootlejtter« and moonshiner, ," ' """" P |oblem reaches the con- been to a t t r i b u t e crime to w.c wmch oootlegeers and moonshiners rb, K ,on t h a t 'the prevalence of an ah- v l r o n m e n t and to Indict .* operafe n 'jn*' ^«'"me of crime In ..iir cities a l l o w i n K conditions to be b i --------- ....... If Ue financial resuHs of prohlb, tion ftre to be (nnMdre] let us not forget the millions of dollar-: m revenue the government {. annuallv losing In taxes and licence fees and the other m i l l i o n s t h a t are beine , , ne oiner mil nons mat are oeing There ,, t in n for Hut A few days ago a prominent editor | coaet would take them part of the i good condition and functioning prop- wrote me as follows time, but on occasions th« call of the Pr 'y. the P*lns will disappear ·We of the Southern'country lay city would bo Irresistible H o w 1 · » · great stress upon the \alup of the strange Js the yearning h e a r t ' of We have much man' healing Qualities and The open spaces of the world are general healthfulness to be found in endowed bv Isature w i t h certain na- the vicinity of these trees" t i v e qualities which in ikt- for £od I applaud these vtews, and often health R K F Q--Will you pleasa tell me if there is any cure for knock-knees'' I am 20 years old. A--At j o u r age It Is hard to cur« this condition I would suggest that To make h i m - w l f (n,ually vou join «om- athletic club or Y W . ,..i«,i !,,., ,' » aa properlj.directed exercises lost to the -various municipalities in call surh toward relying on old fa«h- license fees, and we have not abol ished our criminal courtt. jails or almshouses nor reduced the olio of or vrhat manv w i l l , would not h a v e found » place m ,,M toned drastic deterrents, and at the xame time an Increase ta nt and th* severity in the cer- of punish- crimlnal codes since history would uld to the weight of cnpn i ,. rr n , ««i ^ f » », 1.1 . .1 timrs as much material contamina- ;outr ln en £ V n.r: fP on Th 1 " wr.teTM U " n ln ^ L ° ndOn *» r ° f TM°** ily "iii^ i all (t would makp nor ».IIK t l a t punishment would follow trans c. , . . , g r p i b i r i n R auggeBts n l n n s p e c i f i c ,. , Society, no matter what method it proposals all in the d i r e c t i o n of i n our police d e p a r t m e n t s R cannot has used or theory it has applied, treasing the fear of ··'^'~- plains or In tho great cities there must be more phjsical irritation t r m t h f c o n t a m i n a t e d ' a t - Under the exposition made b Jus tlce Trenchard, to the Mercer County fiand Jurors, of the new prohibition enforcement act that baa replaced th* Van Ness act, bootlegging IB an exceedingly dangerous business But wfeUe the profits from the Illicit trade are so great, there will always b« those who will take a chance consumed ., former,, hut there ,. a lot Of It being d r u n k ·OOTLEOQINQ RISKY BUSINESS be true that EF much liquor Is being dia8 , 1ne ^ eri ' iad m u c h ""cress in its It Is pmbable that the carr\ln? from v e a r to vear and i for a t i m e Hut that It w o u l d do · to decade h i t over pro- p p t m a n e n t l y la d o u b t f u l Crimp w tractrd periods the penrntage of c . t n i m n In- Kngland when cap,t nt PROFIT IN COAL. 4 gnpn malefactors is f a i r l y constant Nearly everything has been tried--the cast- offenses rnent Inflicted for have a n t i p t t \ r j*?i » i . j ------ ^ ----- -- · -- " »^-^ vnc i^uii- injeii^rs i riininaiS nave an '"formed Scranton miner is I ing out of devils, heavy punishments anarchic mind*, a^d aim«t a re ttutt , or|ty for (Qe 8tatement M ind light, emphasis on heredity re J able number of them are horn d w i t h the ozone of tl · i it's is ptirticularly conducive to t ntmued good health and to tho re. st i i t i o n of v l f f o r to those who h a v e s u f f p r t d ill health Tbt pines eiude a talsam - n i n t h possrssps certain medicinal \ i r t m s T h e r p f o r p with the sandy BoH und the perfumed air we have a most b s i n l l p combination of favorable ele- Atxiut one fourth of all the deaths In America come from t h e resplra- t o r v dispasps--pneumonia, bronchitis, tut i rculosis etc There can be no d o u b t tl at HIP ozone laden air of the !!"'· indicites a place where the ( h tncp for respiratory infection must bp niatPn-illv lessened, and, in case ot illnpas tbp prospect of recovery must be Increased. A- There is nothing you can nae to stnp the hair from turning gray · · · M n Q For the past sir month* mv mother bis complained of a met a l l i c plastery taste In her mouth \ \ i l l %ou plraiw tell me whether this t r o u b l p is dup to a nose condition or to the fact that her stomach la out of order' A--It Is difficult for me to tev to w h a t v )ur mother's trouble Js due She should h a v e a thorough examl- formator schemes hospital treat- "Wh did the new girl In the ribbon department quit 7 " "The boss found out that hrr work here Inter- f«r*d with her attendance at the movies and her late clghf parties'-- This make* a total of $765 Toronto T lp*rram OPPOSED TO"THE^»ONUS. t h a t the total cost of mining and , menta probation and life confinement ,,.,,.,.,. .. ,,,,,, lw , llu , n UDQ , r l n placing of coal in the car* ready for j for habitual criminals Vit no one has I Influence of Inherited ideas to stHv shipment U not more than $4 The W0rked 8 « ec " ll " r w '» Recently, since I to prevent their birth frelcht rate on coal from the mines to the Tho majority of people cannot migrate w i t h the birds. If they could ganism i, st,l, too much under the ry\V^ d U,^5Srtl^l B ?;r^ the i inadian spruce* In summer in e v t r generation, and the social or The majority oTmy reader, l.ve ,. -ion^de^a phyalcian .otaejj.. cities and many of them are too poor to h i v e the slightest hope of breath- Ins the sweet air of the L« t mo ask them seaboard -- which include* Trenton New Brunswick, Eliiabeth, and Jersey City--is $3 65 What the public le interested in finding out is whd gets the difference b*- There will be l i t t l e surprise on the tween $765 and $1350 to $15 that part of the public or of t h e former the consumer is obliged to pay? serrlrn men that the Manufacturers' Association at !'» recent convention adopted « re«nlution declaring t h a t l »r " N o t h i n g is so indispensable t h e aspirant for camera honors Tht se parks have been provided to take the place of remote and Inaccessible forests and plains Yoa owe it to voursolf and to vonr family to the proper treatment for her MIPS M M. S Q--What should I do for ' 2--1 am dltiy all of the time. Po you think this Is due to high blood- pressure* A--The condition ou mention Is usually cauned by some sort of an Infection Have a thorough examlna- physlcian and have him prescribo treatment for v ou » * » C J Q--I am 22 jears of ape and B feet 10 inches tall Kindly tell ni( if this Is a pood height for may apt A--You are a good average f i r your age, and ou should wei 0 h about 150 pounds HAPPY SUGGESTION FOR U N C L E J/lttle Spencer let no crass grou u n d r r his fpet w h e n uncle, came f i n a visit, before rushing up with this ' Uncle make a noise like a frog " "\Vtiv 7 " asked the old man " Cause w h e n I »Kk dirtdy for an thing lie savs '\\ ,it till" your unrli croaks ' "--Tlip Van Raalte Vanguard "Don't j o u t b l n k $R 000 in cash would be punishment enough for ) 11 breach of promise''" imked the l a w v e r "No, indeed I don't ' she answered ' I want him to marry me" Seattle Post-Intelligencer DRKFNKOHN'S Mid-Sea son 4-DAY SALE Now going on! ? Saturday Night w r i t e s a promloeint moving picture director The big head the adjured compensation bill .should w l l , com , l a t c r __L, f a . b« defeated a« "a raid upon the Cnjted State* Treaaury " It was this organliatlon t h a t , throngh Its lobbyist* at Trenton daring the last legislative reMon defeated the bill CHUT. To t h e Editor of the Tlm«a- M r -- M a y I w r i t * K few line* to r n m n i c n I \ u r e d i t , rlst on Comm u n i t y ^ \ « l f a r « i heits · thp organltatlona which ak c h a r l t i T h r r « Ii an old Jok« of » m»n who Kfc^e a dollar to th« heathsns and a man race will I«» materially In creased If ou can do this In the orones of the pines you are. lucky, but you ar« lucky, too to spend them e»pe*lally for th« thea- In the open no matter where Tt Thf r e s u l t haa b««n a break b«- t w r e n t h e m and both ar« u n h a p p y , I As you say tht. p|. n o f raising ' home . r . , WHY NOT? 'J?, ii n »'Tnr h J, r mi, W "/ r !ti' 1 *S · 1ucce "»- f. rmula. I f u l l y In a n u m b e r of rltlea during the , t »fr» «nr1 Considerable prominence, has b*eu I war, has much to commend it o n « mnn », ;..«. ^ f^m t · r l w « n * A _ _ . i _ t * . « . ' * i u i i w r y v n r v given to the fact that Mn. Edwards and ber daughter h*Te oeea shopping . . . . , . ,,. . . , . « h m t l« 4»» away wlfh Tag T)»y» In Trenton for new furn'aHnj* for » h i c h txcom* more or !«*· oTa n u i VKi"t Vh.V..^ E x t r a v a a n t ·alarlei M« offlc.i .It a? BP I f h " "·"«· ·" W Aaswcri to !lf-HSH«r«-.^,SK^«^^ r i ' r posed to being held up to provide soft ^\!^ T Jobs for men and women who ar« *boll«blnn night work bv women and ~ " .~ "" "" T «"" tinTM ^·n't'oS'oiimnnZZt!* *·£?'* ror ""t «» *«th.r atatlstlci and make tfrl. I. fartorie, to the r^age of ^ 8 ^.. ""^ ^""VV *! ^^V^'-A^ $fi W,^:,*^«i.'?'..X.!TM«TM* which both the Republican and Dem ·cratlc Senators had befn pledged hy their respective Stute conTentloos When the delegation of women from the Gertnan-o^n«d mills of pa««alc came to Trenton la«t \\ Inter to attend the public hearing on the Girt \\ hy should they not buy arrordlng to t h e i r netds and flnnlly here' The Trenton merchant! har* attractire stocki aad to aotne UBM f hou ! 5 . tJ ° t L t l ^? plan a n d ~ t h a t ihould b« able to undersell tb* Nnr York,or Jersey City itor«k*ep*ra. ·'-- -'COMMUNITY CHMT.. W, RfflARTUN The commoatty cheat pl"i of lup- m l t e of aid for the d « t l t u t » I weald Ilk* to add t h a t t h i n I* n n t · Imed in any sen** at the Salvation A r m y Th»t »rgan1«atlrn has pro*»-1 o «««k nleaaur* as t h e i r Individual tn*t«a indicate «acfe would be h»p- It It thU yl«ldlng on* to the a littl* that *··«· lift's Jars k*«fi th« marital craft off th« rnrks \V1ther can Mlftahly dtetat* ' ' tb« other wtthoat dlnastrouk re- s u l ' « I «m glad tn *·· more or less discussion of this Important mbjaet lo print I*t ·· hav* th* vlewi of oth- w l l l prov* InterMttng and JOHN SMITH. would only i W E. L. Q I am « ycrn of age, Ing horn severe pains . irtlcularly the lower Kindly tell ma what ca"?n ^r^aa? BTS i^ ^^-zXgx in part. thit ··tl n l t h t work bill and make known porting the charitle* of the city U to tk*lr opio»itlon to the j.artv measure have a trial Thla ha« been decided UM chJUge wa« p u b l i c l \ made t h a t upon by the Chamber of Commerce AlJ were brought down by aitentt and the Council of Social Agencies, I tb* Ifaaafacturrnt* A*»oclatloa * the charge w»t not denied irCteers who wer^ not rcmcemed l_ the welfare ol the women and ' "· CTHild pc»rp*ly b*- e»pe«-tfd to · taterented In a b i l l that U Intend I to do a meanir* of justice to the nm who mf\i\ out to help make Jfce safe for df f.ocr»r\ .J.d«i how ro*BT of the soon of k f v of (hit Maaofactvuen Ai 4to* MV acMrr ·ernc« orer»ea* laboni* t»r« at in' r W^T- r» t to tfi ftr 4*y' ·m m*j have br«* a f*rw or Ih. far O., th* and a cxm^lttM 1*91 X.Hflg both bodfe* Will B«H tb k *Miiw aft«_O«B to prepare pu«f for c*n /tag oat tb« Ti« aiai Is to rajae eeough mocey IB one big annual carcp*lgn or drive to frnance all the bjfl«»ol«at lortltu tiono and sofletle* that dfcld* thai In pool 'heir lbt*r«*:U with one an other 11 p.. leu c* la other cjt**» baa ·bo*ft that la thl* tray «-·* a^ora r-fop»« are lnd«r«j to give to tb* «au* of charity *ld tb* fhartty fuad m aatmnUy +, _tly lacn - f i th* city to =·' tt. aid IV .1 tc the of th. _ __ Tb» » a« X -t tyrt · M a tb* .-._ taat iiavr^i for Jt-y ttat BOW oc^.» to 1br At 1 =i rly a it _ * 4rlT«i* ar« war to Newark, Ikd UM t *f UM ((«·!· ;a'lw?M t» l pr-4 M M V -Wl- " . t*r- l^t Trenton try t h » r o m m n n l t v l « e l f a r * cheit plan J - a U n n Vt h n « ,\"l finished a *urcr»sful r s m p a l ^ n of t h l i k i n d The t ' u d n f l i of «.* j p^n»»» of th* partlclpmlng or«anl»«. i t t o n B had heen c m r e f u l l \ * « t l m a t ^ I ' Tbev a m o u n t e d t o · l l t t l * l r « « t h i n l i o i o n o a n d t h e e x f r u t t v e n m r n l ' 1 * * » t » r t » ' l In a few days 1*0 tn nt.i i l i 2ft no* In order t o m a k » I l ' » r « | p r , . |Tl»icn for any eontingfon»« t h u t rr«y i and p(ed«i« for | l l * 2 « f o T t« w h i r h i l l ! t« added *«v*ral addldnnul iu^ i «rt i p t i o n i t h a t ar* k n n w n tn h# · v m l a b l e i W hut works well in Tla«t"ii and '·(·*wh*r« (Mifht te b* trlrd ber* I M T U D M A K B nJI T ih. Kdltor of th* Times Mr i wa* much lntrr«*t*d a few U \ » «ro In yoar editorial about th* » l » « r r n t neglect of Tr«nto« itrevts. - i j e i i l l v in th* m a t t e r of opening ur i r] ,'ng t h e m for water, gas. con* *·! r l ' ' r « nt condition* are a ril*grar* ' ' ' · . ! ! unit m. rad reflection on th* · «ri»-ncy of oar Commtasion form at \-Your. pains may b* due to rheumatism 'i ou should have your teeth and gums tonilla and n««l rtnuse* rxaraln»1 Make aure that the K t d n p x i and bowvhj ar« eliminating properlj Correct any dl*cor«ixd d«fex:t. When_the»e_prfati« are In To th* Editor of th* T l m f « *lr--I am neither a Cynical K l « » r nor a *c*Mlng mother In lam nnr any»»«T ·»·· with an as* t« grind in th* 4l»r»»elm of marital «nh»pp|. ar-- I ai* )wt a bachelor «nri* wh* I haa Il*i4 ««lt* a f»w rear* watrhln* I etl«rt fr» «M *M« line*, I'oA-lblf · y eti^»aU«ns mmr *·!» A* fa* as J can ··· mont cue* «f ntaHtal wakarp'ai" ar* 4«* t 0 ) u .t thing* », tw« «rixt U* tianbanil and th* wife, with til* Mam* ilThJul adnnt ·nr-»ftr D*wn-rtaTht »#in»hB*«, u feHic.lty to b* f.ta* at the bottom i ef an -**l UeafcU S»ilh*r ik* h«*. er tk* wlf* M willing (e giv* »f " f »««·*. aM away the, «· t* lrh«.r» It wosld help not only In I i h e Firm department b«l rltrwhere ] * « r M If th* Commlwlonefn w o v l d i . ·· ·n'l »nforr* a rul* p r o h i b i t i n g , Mrtrronts ·upfrrteer*. foremen and , \^r l l V r frnre engaging In other Hn*« ' of hustn*** Wk«n th* aT*rag* »"·" i t r i m t 0 rombln* Ml* private: b«*l«*»« I · nd a etiHIo oflle* ke la T«TT apt te | T'»«Urt hli munUlpJi }oK No mat · « n »»rr«- two ma,»ters hi a trath a* "nr»ly rooet »«bllc « -* xn4 employee are -- 1 ,-;«»tly i » i d to warrant glvlnc the « n»»ar* de*L with IM per r«*it » » i e » for a.ea«r r»c*l««- If err.ty ««l«ta.| a«i 4 jqrk,« _*«M ««»« eil «ae «f twe «1tktr ttM tat aX] 9f tl g«t a fritt f i l l p*r -ent hi *\|w« IT h* Thoughta of a Room for Rent-"I cant understand why I in not more pornilir N e i t h e r ran my o w n e r she n had a 'Vacanc)' sign In t h n front w i n d o w rtnim- ctairii for mnrt than a month. but nobody's even brn] In to toot at me I t * ore. thaa I cma Tei- ure out E v e n . n e w h o * lu^J with m« ha* thought I wan jimt about the »*eet *v*, 1 have plenty of «un- ·hloe. a big ..fTiifortdhVr btd, * gwd writing d*nH and rhalr*. I don't mean to brag, hut fm a mighty well furnished room "My -«t oo-upmnt-- * very AIM roung rp«n h* waa. too - 14 he wouw never have ten me. if it h*d« t b«fn »tc«t ry for hint to . M o»e to another nUr# H« Hk«« me ex Modi that h*'d e-fad a kit or HM for dizziness imong w h i i h la high liloort-pressui? If you have, reason to lKllev« you have high blood pressure you should consult v o u r · I The Sign of the Silver Goblfl Where Fountain Service Is A Fine Art-- WW« p«Jate tkkelinf sodbs, suntkes, ice cresdjus, hot chocolate and coffee, fresh, delicious cakes, crackers and dainty sandwkhes are served to an ever- increasing clientele any bine, day or eve- Sprint "Hello-- Sir*'* *. .t' Wy vw.fr'* a 1EWSP4PERS He w*au t* ·talk t rawt far. k tad. of an th,'- ·., l' A hi taw «. P-UcSerrice t».r«.U rf kH wife wa»ta WKII Ot tWO, · pSIbto Of be* Prttrriptiomi etlled for 9*4 delivtrtd to **j irclio* of Trenton. Phomf 170. Flectric Time-Savers for Your Home The Ufa work of littl* diak store is to f.jr, boil or p a n-b r o i L The electric (rill t*k«* pnde in turning out d«- UcioYts cbc^t. iU;-"-" nd n ... f_ I -1 X «*' »»;- Br«-Vff t or 1 « a e II tUIISurt l/'ft tO \t

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