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Truppe del Genernle Ca-
Ldorim Si Lanciano Contro 1
Forti di Santa IIaria o
di Santa Lucia
HOMA, 18 Ajrosto.
ft forio del Rcnoralo Cndorna linnno
KSfnto tin nitacco in rorza contro lo
RL.i rnrtllk'Htn dl Tolmlno,
'.!.. del treiiGrnllHSlmo Itnllnnn. nnlitill
poi - c - -..
jlto lerl ecrrt ilnl Mlnlstcro dclla Clucrra,
Bsultn t-ho duo ttel prlnclpnll forll clic
Wrano rII ncccssl a Tolmlno, o cloe'
fqujM dl Santa Murln o dl Santn Lucia,
LhjL .111 trlnlrtlilntriAliln nKnnAntl .1 -. 1
mrtlfiticrla Itnllatm, mcntro ta fnntcrla
Krnvn ill avvlclnnrst nl fori! sIphM a
rlaiclTR a fr progressl cd a faro Ml
Srlirionlcrl. frn cul 17
jfttndcro al nemlco una quantlta' dl ma
fitlale da Birorra.
Wlnclie nul, Bill fronte del Tlrolo Rll Ital
ftnl sono riuscltl dopo IuiibIio cd nrdue
0Mralonl aul glilncclnl a premiere posi
tions aul masslcclo deU'Ortlcr, occupando
MaaaWchspltze, cho era nasal bon dlfcsa.
boeito truppe, pattlto dalla Capanna Ml
lino, hanno dovuto attravcraaro II
ihlarclalo Cnmoacl, nprlrsl la atrnda cho
Kpara qucato dal Brando Khlacclaio dl
Cumpo, attravcrsaro ancho qucato o trln
cirarsl qulndl a Tuckettspltze, ad un'nl
Itsa dl 11,331 plcdl, o dl U' soprendcro II
btmlco cd occuparo la sommltii' dl
' Ecco II tcsto del comunlcato ufllclalc:
f "Nclla rcglono deU'Ortlcr, tra lo vallate
dcll'Adlgc c dcll'Adda, un rcparto dcllo
nottro truppe, partondo nella sera del lb
Jigotlo dalla Capanna Allluno, uttru
Vtrtarono II glilacclalo Camuscl o qucllo
t Campo, nsccsoro lungo lo dinicltl pen
ile) del Tuccttspltzo o sorprescro II ne
mlco o occuparono Madataclupltzc.
"Sul fronto dciriaonzo la noBtra fnn
tcrla ha fatto progress! ncila rcglono del
Slonto Nero, occupando Sattclbcrg, dovo
fcElogglo' II nemlco dalle sue trlncco u
W. .... ulirnrnan itnnl.nKnnnn
: "Mf-lln rridono dl Tolmlno lo trnnnn
Itatlano tscgulrono una hrlllanto ofTcnsIva
tor.lro lo colllne fortlflcalc dl Santa Maria
fe Santa Lucia, cho ilomlnanc unn forto
jicslzlono s'tlla riva nostra delrlsonzo.
IIXDO una romplcta preparazlonc dcU'nrtl-
tlleria ia nostra fnntcrla avnnzo' cd no-
enpo parcocnie tnnceo sui vcrsnnto orlen-tile-dl
dl qucllo colllne Lo pcrdlto del
licmlco sono stato nHsnl gravl. Nol nren-
demmo prlglonlerl 517 soldatl c 17 ufrlclall
R'cl Impadronlmmo dl parccchl cannonl e
ril una gran quantlta' dl munlzlonl ed
altro materlalo da gueirn.
tf vr nnmnlrrn In nnrvllzlmin nut irtimnn
deH'Ortlor, gll Alplnl dovettero dlvldcrsl
In plccoll rcpartl, legarsi a funl per Im-
Epeairo ris;iiri c iumui suiiro suua Cluia
nckctupltzo uovo gninscro mcntro i;ll
auilrlacl dormlvano, nclla nottc. Questa
' atata una dclle plu' brlllantl operazlonl
Icompluto dagll Alplnl nolle Alpl tlrolesl,
auandb si consldcra clic II corno ll spe-
dlilone era plccollsslmo c dovetto supc
rare duo perlcoloal ghlacclal duranto la
SUIi FRONTE DEL CADOriE.
Da notlzle non ufflclall si apprendo cho
rll ltallt.nl contlnunno la loro oltcnslva
tul fronto del Cadoro e della Cnrlnzla. Lo
Kbatterle Uallano collocate sill tlanchl del
E6elkoiel e d Croda Itoaaa hanno rldotto
C,al sllenzlo J fortl nustrlacl dl Sexton cd
hanno, aperto ll fuoco dl flanco contro le
.poslzlonl Irlncer&to del' nemlco, Qucato
gVaMovuto rjtlrarsl dallo dlfcso crctto ro
icKjmento nclla vnllata del'Sejtfen. Altrl
"'jracceal gll Itallnnl hanno ottenuto ad
oyestdl Kexten, o cloo' tra questa vallata
iM I fortl dl Lnndro.
SjDa dlapaccl giuntl qui dal fronte dl bnt-
Uglla si apprendo cho gll nustrlacl linnno
gperduto dal 12 corrcnto ben cinque mlglla
dlUrlncee, parccchlo mltragllatrlci o 3MX)
Ilntanto gll avlatorl itallnnl contlnunno
ibombardarem quasi ognl glorno le
poslzlonl nUBtrlache dl Nabreslna, dovo
m dlriglbllo al rcca costantemento ognl
inattlna cd hu cla' fatto dannl con
Hdervoll. J' RIJLAZIONI ITALO-TURCHE.
i'n dlspacclo da Bucarcst nl Glornalo
dtalla dice cho II govemo ottomano ha
rwocato 11 permesao dl pnrtenza degll
Ullanl cho si trovuno In Turchla, co
ilcehe parccchl portl ottomanl sono nf
ojlatl dl suddlti Itallnnl Impoaslbllitatl n
Jplre, nonostanto cho 11 governo nmeri
ano avesae offerto le suo nuvl do guerra
Qurata notlzla e conslderuta In quest!
teoll diplomatic! come gravvlsslma, talo
M mtttero In serlo perlcolo lo relazonl
jra 1'ltalla o la Turchla. Un noto uomo
politico dlceva osgl cho aveva raglono dl
jeacrB clie cho 11- governo Itnllano stesao
Mr prendcrp energlcl provvedlmcntl. Lo
l?so aiornale d'ltalla dice In un nrtlcolo
SL'commento alia notlzla da Ducurcst cho
gpeceasarlo aglro Immedlatamente.
K Three Phlladelphians Elected
Phreo I'hlladelphlans woro re-elected to
na of the Catholic Young Men's. Na
al Union ut tho closing seselon of
lyjr convention In Pittsburgh yesterday.
2?e are SI. J. siattery, president: Syl
mr Ilauck, secretary, and Harry n.
REP. THOMAS W. MILLEIt
COJfdltESSMAN MILLEIl FHtST
M. C. AT I'LATTSBUim CAMP
Delawnro Ofllcinl to Study Practical
Sido of Defense
WILMINGTON, DcI. Auu. 18-Con-gresaman
ThomnH W. Miller, tho only
Congrcasnian In Delawaie. left today for
whero he will tithe- the course of mlll
taty training which la being given un
der the direction of Major General Leon
ard L. Wood. Other Dclnwitreans who
nro nt the camp nto United Statca Ula
trlct Attorney John P. Nlclda mid IliiRh
M. Gnrland, of Wllmlngloii. both well
known lawyers, und Colonel William I).
Denncy, member of tho stnrf of Governor
Charles 11. Sillier and prominent Dover
ConRrcsaman Sillier declared that he
Is Interested In the mnttcr of national
defenao ntid la taking advantage of this
opportunity to study the practical Bide
of tho mllltnry question.
Sir. Stiller Is tho only member of Con
grcsa who has so far volunteered for tho
ttninlng. He la also ono of the youngest
members of Congress tuul Is n son of
Governor Chnrlea II Sillier, of thla Stnte.
NEW FEATURE FILM
Standard Program and Com
bined Photoplay Producers
Make S9,000,000 Contract
By the PHOTOPLAY EDITOR
A contract covering a period of live
years has been closed between tho
Standard Progtam und tho Combined
Photoplay Ptoduccra, Inc. It calls for
tho 'production, distribution nnd market
ing of a minimum of $3,300,000 worth of
motion plcturo lllms, nnd will assuro the
Stnndnrd people of positive control and
permanence of their film supply.
The contracting parties have made pro
vislons to increase the amount of tllm
required aa tho condtlons may warrant,
but tho contract reflects tho conlldcnce
of those concerned In that It guarantees
the payment of nt least J1.872.O0O annually.
Among those who nppear most promi
nently In Standard affairs nt present
writing nre Albert nnd II. SI. Wnrner,
who were nmong the first In the feature
field. Others are Al Llchtmnn, late of
the Fnmoua Players, L. G. B. Erb nnd
II. SI. Goetz, who wcro leaders In tho
United Slotlon Plcturo Producers, Inc.; L.
S. Stern, O. B. Hamilton, Aubrey nnd
Ilnrry Slittenthul, of Sllttcnthnl Brothers'
theatrical llrm; V. ORcrmnn, Joseph A.
Golden. Otia B. Thayer, O. 15. Goebel and
While stopping oft en route, in Los
Ancelea the other dav. with her husband.
Jean Schwurtz, Kozslkn Dolly wna gath
ered In by Sir. Grllllth. the producer of
"Tho Birth of u Nation." nnd placed
under contract to be featured In a new
film work. It la to bo ono of Grlllltlt's
DRILL WITH FLASHING
Cold Wave Brings Business Sol
diers From Cots Early After
Sleeping Fully Clothed,
Wrapped in Blankets
LEARN OF ARMY NEEDS
from n Slat Corrmpnnilrnl.
MIMTAIIY INSTltUCTtON CAMP,
PLATTPIlUIia, N. V.. Aug. lS.-Phlla-dclphlans
nt tho mllltnry Instruction
enmp hero tumbled out of their cots thla
morning nftcr h, night so cold It seemed
It should have been Jntiuary rnthcr than
tho middle of August. Few woro
pajamas, most of tho men hnvlng alept
fully clothed, wrapped In their blankets.
As a comequonco reveille drill was tnoro
prompt tlmn It had been for somo time.
Oeorg0 Brown, of Philadelphia, was
walking around with dinionlty today nnd
with n rather pained expression on his
face. Until today ho was one of the moat
nctlvo nnd enthusiastic men In camp.
Laat night, however, ho wan "rough
houalng" with his tent mates nnd during
tho melee he sat down on his bnyonet
Brown during tho past year was ono of
tho best qunrtcr-mllcrs In collegiate cir
cles nnd captain of tho Yale track team.
The bnyonet, a part of tho regular
cnulnrnent nf tlm nnw ,,. u..-t.....ini..
rlllc, has caused more tnlk nnd comment
man nny omor military npplinneo In
camp. Slndo of steel nnd II inches Iohr,
It Is n most vlcloua looking Implement.
Vcstcrdiiy the Imitation got Its llrst drill
In bayonet charging. A company nt a
time chnrged tho full length of tho great
pnrndo ground in front of the Plattsburg
With tho brilliant steel of the huge
knives Hashing In the aim as tho men
wncd them In the air at the double
quick It made n sight thnt few of tho
rookies will ever forget. Somo of tho
men, with the object of the charge noth
ing more human than n clump of trees,
turned white nnd alck nt the sight of tho
bayonets. More thnn anything clso It
brought ono of tho horrors of war vividly
homo and served to strengthen the sober
ing effect Just a few tlas of sham sol
diering hns widely engendered In tho
minds of the men here.
ArUUST 18. 1013;
IMUSIC IN THE PARK
THE DAILY STORY'
Where Love Dwelt
Mrs, Gardiner Fnrmtnv tnnk,i .i it.
nddresa once more ns she paused under
the hotel porte cochere. Vera waited duU
"I'm Ruro It's In somo perfectly awful
spot, Vera, dear. MacdouRal nllcy nounda
dubious to me, but quite like Gerald."
if!, mamma," said Vera.
"t suppose even New York hns Us Latin
Quarter, as ono might Ba but I do hope
It s not uphill Hko tho one In Paris."
.','i,cJfninlwny" ". quBll,t nml eccentric
nnd ntlll no wonderfully boylah." She
council i no address again, crnmmed In
one corner of Gerald's-letter, gave It up,
mid handed It to tho chauffeur. "If you'd
Just ro there, please. Do you know
where It Is, Peters?"'
Peters did. And all the way down 6th
avenue era listened with a llltlo amused
smile to tho old ncver-fnlllng chatter
They wcro to sail tho following day,
which was something In tho way of re
lief, sho thought. It was Just like Uncle
ouiiu lu einri mem looKing up Gerald at
tho last minute. Sho had had Gerald and
his quaint, Intercallng wnjs and artistic
possibilities thrown nt her by the family
ever since ahn lm,t ln Dnn t.-rnni.n
nnd nil the lime sho carried Jack's picture'
nicely hidden nwny In her traveling caae.
Down near tho great Washington arch
the car turned Into Mncdougal alley and
stopped. It wns the prettiest, most pie
tureiquo ploco Vera hail seen In Now
York, like a bit of old Paris transplanted.
The old bricked court, half n block long,
with Its odd trees, gnarled nnd twisted
like Japanese dwarfed pines, nnd tho low,
onc-atorlcd red brick studios nil caught
her fancy. But Sirs. Faraday picked her
"A most peeiillnr place for art to flour
vit," she said. "Vera, dear, haven't
these places been atnblea? I'm sure they
have. 1'no never been able to sco tho
nihility between art mid stables. I do
hope poor dear Gerald's health la qulto
good. I'm so very glad I ndded llfty
myself to JoIui'h allowance for hint. I
think your undo John la very hard on
Gerald. It's because ho looks like our
side of the family, and I'm sure It's a
great bleaslng. for all of the Sloaclys
had fearful mes. Is this tho place?"
Gerald's n.tmo was on a tiny brass
Plato Inside the dim hallway. Thero wero
KEITH'S Joseph E. Howard and Mnbl Mc
Cane. In new nonea nnd chatter; Joe Jackson,
pantomlmtst; Jack Corcoran and Tom Din
gle, the dancers nf "Hello, Ilroadnay!" John
and Mae llurkv. ollerlne "A Hncllmo goldler";
l-'lsher and ureen. In "Tne 1'a.rtncri" s the
Clown Seal; Ilobert Hmmet Keane, "Ths
American nnRllshmnn": I'earl and Irene
Mans, In "Tnelvo Minutes Out nt a Fashion
Jiolger IJrotliers, tmnjoistH, and
ItenrHt-Seiiir wows weeKiy.
XIXON'S ailANDtha FUe Bullys, In "The
Information llureau". Young and Moore,
hluckfaco comedians. In "The Porter and the
Bellboy"; the Monte Trio, musicians: Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Thorne and Company ln'An
Uptown Flat"! Illsset and Herat, dancers;
the Aerial Ilartletts, and Fun Koto Films.
CItOSa KHVB First half of eek, "The Mid
night Cabaret," a svenlo production. Car
men's Minstrels; Jermon and Walker, enter
tainers; lUUy Harlow, the "nut comedian,"
and the Jules Levy Family, Instrumentalists.
WOOPUIDH PAKKIm llelne-IIamll and
Company In demonstration of electricity; the
Crelghton Sisters, three slnalns und dancing
misses: Jerome and Carson, In singing, danc
ing and acrobatlo specialties; Kashlma, "ths
somewhat different Juggler"; Baona, "wizard
of the make-up box,1' and Jimmy Laughltn.
Plays nt Belmont Mansion
Afternoon nnd Night
Tho Falrnjount Park Hand will play
this afternoon nnd tonight at Ilelmont
Mansion. Tho program:
I'AUT I-AKTnitNOO.V. 4 TO 0 O'CLOCK.
1 overture. ' Mons Chnufleiirl" Orrenbain
2 "Itemlnlsccncca of French Orera I uni-
i. (i) "tM I-lrourtte" l'lnck
(Id "Hit Phantom IlrlKudo" Mjddl-don
4. "Krhoe-i of tho Metropolitan Opeia". .Toh.ini
n. "Irlh Dances'" Ansell
ti. Valse do t'oncert, "The Hk.ilerH".Vdldtetilel
7. la) "llumorcskc" l)irak
(b) "Cottonlleld Capers" O'llare
5. Mclollcn from "The Itcd Widow" liebost
i-Aitr n-r.vKN'iNo. s to io o'clock.
1. 0erturo, "11 Cluarany" Gomez
2, Seems rron. "l,u liavtaia" uiui
3 in) "Simple Aue" Ilmnio
ib) "Cotluntlme U.ilici" Wcnrklt
4. Spanish Danced (In threo tnrts).Mn-zkowsKy
.". "Klnonlc Ithai sody Krlettm.iii
H. Hillrt Suite, "Coppclln" Dellbcs
7. Vnlso do Concert. "Morning Jouriul."
8. Melodies from "IlrlRht Kyrs" Hos.'hni
MUSIC ON CITY HALL PLAZA
Philadelphia Band Will Play There
The Philadelphia Hand will play tonight
on City Hull plazn. Tho program:
1. 0crturr. "yurafan" I.'rlchi
1 (a) "Klawmlc Danco No VIII".... Doralt
lb) Topular, "When You Woro a Tullu
nnd I Wore a ltpso" Wenrtch
,'l. Cornet mlo. "My Hcgards" I.leulja
Mr. Iloyd T. Ilarnard, soloist.
4. Kxcerms from 'Mnnon f.esciiut". . . .Purrlnl
o. Fragment!., "Itomro and Juliet"... .(iounod
ni uvitiuii'. ur juiici s ire.iiu.
(c) Dlumcn Waltz (J) MarLhn.
it. Mrlndles from "I'llf. l-aff. Pout". .Schwartz
i. -vniie en concert, iiy iiuy i.augn-
. - juaso
P. "Tho Awakening of tho Linn" Kontskl
llvy Scouts on Pepper Estate
Tivpntv- linvft Knnnta rrnm T-r,..,. Cl
which meets at the SStli District police
station, are In camp on tho Devon cstnto
of George Wharton Pepper. Sir. Pepper
recently turned over n log cabin nnd tho
swimming pool on tho estate to tho Hoy
Scouts for uso as a camping place. Thero
nro llvo other country Bites whero tho
scouts may go. They aro at Haddonfleld,
Camp Slorrell, Torrcsdnlo, Hotline farms,
Ilotky Springs farms, near Darby, and
tho Philadelphia Country Club, Bala.
Then the door swung open and on the
threshold stood a yirl.
several plates, and no bells to ring, so
they climbed the narrow stairs and found
the studio. Vera tapped, and Gerald'n
own full, cheery voice called to come In.
"Sly poor, dear boy," began Sirs. Fara
day, taking In tho cool bareness of the
studio, hut Vera looked at a little pale
pink crepo tic chlno kimono lying over
tho back of a chair. '"How do you ever
"Uully, Aunt Slarcla; bully," laughed
Gerald. "Hello, kiddle. You Icolt fine,
both of vou. Whero did vou lenvn vnnr
"You needn't think because you llvo In
the cloud3 the rcat of ua do!" Vera re
turned. "Aro wo disturbing tho trend of
"Not n hit; not a bit. Sit down. Here's
.- '' Annt Mftrclrt. Vera cn take
E J?n.T" " KPPed ffhort. Over
tho back of tho chnlr was the little tell
iiri Z.?"1' nnd ,hc,r cy' met. Vera
"fled It deftly whilo her mother scanned
7m?.J'iftchM' nnd 'Iropped It back on n
In NewlYorkr'OW " JU ,tmflh
"Onlv Until lnM.A.H. .1-- M.- t
5i "" .W,,J you V0 me a G'"" of wntcr,
!.,!?. Il'a v"y iutty down '"re.
you could lunch with us, Gerald?"
ucntlil hesitated. Vera thought he
....viv n loon or nppeni nt her.
"Why, I guess so," ho said "Wcthat
is I Ret my own meals uaunlly rlRht
nere, bttt there's tho Gonfarone nnd tin
Judson. I guess ou'd like the lire
. .V' "J0"'1' Surely, we'll nil ro over
to the Ilrovoort nhd havo n regular old
rnsnioned reunion. I think we'd bolter
start over now."
He stopped. Outside on tho stnlrs
there came a call, Then tho door swung
open, and on the threshold stood n rrlrl,
ncr arms full nt ,w.Ai -tr....... i. .
warmed to her Instantly. She was slim
...... ,,, nun narK, appealing eyes,
anil rumpled chestnut hair, nnd a few
IrOCklnn. ntiil 1ia im.i ?.... .
other with mirth In her gnue. nnd ptiro
i. i . . c.urYlnf her llpa. Hut Aunt
Jlarcln prided herself on her tact !n
ni'ttTy Ur m1Cl ",y rtCar?" 8'16 sn,,, plcns'
Gerald crossed the room nnd slipped
Mnrcla, he said, -.cry gently. "Sybil,
r? V"iy A,l,"t11n'-cla and cousin Vera
from California "
Vera w-ns the llrst to awaken from tho
stupor of amazement. Sho went to Sybil
with outstretched hands and kissed her.
n.'.iV Klni,for y "oth, nnd I think
Oerald'a nwfullv lucky."
n.bl'' ,!,n.r'..,,0,f Jour ,ather know?"
asked Aunt Slarcla.
".Vo, he doesn't." Gerald answered, feet
"UV-l!i,I"U,,,l,aT,s lec" ln "la Pockets.
mWii ol, '. ,lcc" "'""led about t
month, mid I knew dad would clip off
m allowiine.-. nnd muybe oti would
too but I Vp studied a huii.ircd times a-)
haril slnco It happened. You don't know
what It mentis when you wotk for tin.
and love Is your steady model. Sybil's
mi artist, too, nnd wc're miglty in,,,iy
I dldn t mean to tell you nil for n while.
I wanted to make a success you sec "
.1.. i '.nk ,y." l-nve," aald Vera, posi
tively. "I think Sjbll's your success, and'
I nclc i John will simply ndore her. I'd
wlro him to como nt onco nnd nee your
"Ily George." 1 believe I will," Gernld
exclaimed. "Como and ent. now. Sjbll,
lou haven't said one word?"
Sybil blushed nnd latiRhed ns she laid
her parcels on the table. "I want Aunt
Slnrcln to like, me "
Slarcla Faraday looked nt tho lovely.
so nelli ng atlrrcil to llfo within her. Bomc
ti.lng that very nenrly npproachod human
"Denr child: I'm very, very glnd for
Gerald thnt he hns boiiio one to look out
for him like you. I'm sure living In these
strange places does mnko n man eccen
tric and untcttlcd. It would even mako
me ao. Ami I don't care one hit what
btl""SayS or does. I shall lovo you
"You're a grand old champion," Gerald
"No, I'm not. I'm n foolish, sentimental
old womun. completely tnken In bv this
nbsurd dovo nest nnd this chlld'a big
eyes. Go ahead, Vera, the stairs arc nar
row." "They lend to the stars." Vera smiled
bnck over one shoulder, and she added,
8lczlng tho propitious moment: "Slammn
I'm engaged to Jack." '
"Do go on," answered her mother Imp.
plly. "I wouldn't be surprised now If
jour Uncle John said he wua engaged
It's the proper state. Sybil, child, glvo
mo your nrni."
And Sybil smiled ns sho piloted Ger
ald'n aunt, tho only ono in the family that
ho had really been afrnld of, out Into
me suusiunc oi jvincuougnll alley, the lit
tle old alley whero Love dwelt.
Copyright. 1014, by the McClure Neivspapor
Educational Sunday Designated
THH.N'TON, Aug. IS. Commissioner of
Education Calvin N. Kendall today, with
tho-opproval of Governor Fielder, deslg-
niiitii nil in in v. nntimiiBr i - nu i,rinrwt
tlonal Sunday In New Jersey, and aaked
the clergy and people to unite In con
ducting acrvlces In tho churcliet that will
MANY A NOBLE HEART BEATS
BENEATH A WARTED TOADSKIN
The Homely Little Animal Pfas Human Intelligence and
Infinite Capacity to Love, Say Aquarium Men.
One Laughs Heartily at a Good Joke
ronaMer now the tittle tond.
i 5i!5JM.nln,,.,n.ln the roal:
He looki abmd before lie lewps.
It mwSIeJeiiVrN' i'lr "" ri
Kir.."." 'Ilfferenre whafs tlm goad,
lou csnnot makn him chanve his mode.
The nrdlnnry hoptoad Is so nfTecllonnto
that when a discerning person picks him
up nnd pets him he will becomo suf
fused with unquenchable delight, nnd
CllOklng bnck tlm (Mir, nt In,. !., -I
to ills eyes, he will run around the
house, gnrden, truck pntch, farm nnd
orchard mid rat up all tho Insects. Of
Course, tlm tnml'a IIimhI l .,., I., i.i-
eye3 nnd therefore ho doesn't c.xnctly
v.... wiiur mo tears, nut that Is nslde.
All this nnd n lot more about tho tosd
Is vouched for by ntilhorltlea nt the Knlr
mount Park Aquarium, Including ltobcrt
O. Van Dttscn, nsslstnnl auperlntendent.
Jlr. Vnn Duacn should know. He hns
spent hours In rnpt contemplation of tho
tonda nt tin- --quarlum until now he Is
nblo to tell vhlch wny ono of tho llttlo
nnlma-that 'i, nmphlbloua nulmals
will Jump. His method la simple. It la
merely to aee which wny tho toad Is look
lug, because ho always Jumps tho other
Up In Sir. Vnn Duscn's old homo In '
New York Stato they have n toad that
it. ,nBa. Al that ,lmo ll Wfl n lit
tle bit of n shaver, more or leeg harum
scarum In Its ways. Sometimes It didn't
Rive moro than IS mlntitP thought to
each jump, but now thnt It hag crown
tlp.i.U a qu,!,e 8fdale ft",, "over Jump
without mature consideration of nt least
However, the toad Is Invaluable In d.
stroylng Insects. According to Sir. Van
.; I ' . ' " ""es n. goon nouso net
The toatl may be trnlned Just like n dog
-.H.5;ftt. ,1CJ1 ""y"' l extremely bus
ceptlhlo to llnllcry nnd petting. When
sir. Van Dtisen goes home, tho family
pet hops out to meet him and shake htm
by the well, nnyhow. It Indicates great
pleasure at hit approach: registers pleas
"!' "," ih.cy tny ,n "vlng pictures.
Toads nlso nro said to have a sense of
mor,,n V1.,001"?0' bcl"S naturally of
n dignified disposition, they conceal their
feelings before Btraiigcr. Out when ho
pno Is nround snvo old friends there nre
Instnncea on record of toads going Into
hysterics over n Joko nnd needing the
ItrV Sfl n nl..il..l aa ..
.. ' . i,"la""' r. vnn uuaen
doesn't vouch for this, however.
DISOKDKR ON CARS TO END
Detectives Arrest Two Men for
Smokinp; on Flrat Sleuthing Trip
Nunieroun complaints of men smoking,
spitting nnd swearing on trolley cars of
tho 12th Btrcet League lslnud lino caused
Captain of Detectives Cameron to take
action today. He detailed Detectives Illch
and Hill to take a ride on each of these
cars and watch out for violations of tho
The fdeiltlm linnrdf.,1 n Mn.A .... .,
. ..,. .. ...uovt. V..I tiini
found two men smoking In tho rear. Tho
cumuicior nsKcu inoiti to stop, but they
laughed at him. Tho smllo faded from
their fnee.q when tlm drtf.niiva ni.iu.i
them under arrest. At City Hall they
Rave tho namea nnd addresses of Her
man Sautcr, a seaman on tho U. S. S
Kansas, nnd John Kennedy, employed In
tho chemical department of the navy
y,nu T!".y, hnU n llcar'" ' tho Central
Unknown ftlnn Found Dead
The body of n man, nbout 60 yenrs old,
his hend aiyl body badly mangled, Pes
In the .Morgue, while tho pollco nro seek
lug n cltto lo his Identity nnd the cnuse
of his death. The body was discovered
by Andrew Slorehcnd, of 1237 Kcmon
street, lying on tho tracks In tho Pcnn
slvnnla avenue tunnel of tho rtcndlng
Ilnllwny nt Mth street Inst night shortly
nftcr a New York express train had
passed. Storchcad, hearing cries, looked
over the fence that borders n 30-foot em
bankment nt thnt point nnd aaw the body
on tho track.
you get the best soap that it is
possible to produce and, in
addition, the naptha and other
harmless- cleansers which no
one else has succeeded in put
ting into soap in nthe right
quantities to dissolve grease
and loosen dirt.
Use Fels-Naptha for all soap-and-water work.
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National Desk Publicity Sale
psss W jti JHiSaV wi
', Oak Jluhogany
U .. Reg Hale Iteg. Hale
n I".. 1,r,ce Price Price Price
' sX Ky 511 20-" WAV 3a.0O ili.tS
M by 3" 2S.oo 16.00 2S.7S St.75
THE phenomenal suc
cess of this sale is due
to the .record-breaking low
prices, which mean a reduc
and 50 off
during August on desks and
tables of all grades oak
and mahogany, office chairs,
clothes poles, wardrobes,
settees and umbrella stands,
These low prices are
made for the purpose of
having the quality of ra
tional UesK construction
TC IIIHH(B r-.-r -
si-.. "c v .,r. mnrA wifieiv Known.
cnT. rrK vru 1'rioa nwi iwv "m j ---- -
. 31- i1S:oo VATa SSoS lrX Kirv article -Will ao
ife ?4' -l0 lT3 7-75
back to regular price on
September 1 '.
for new business
are waiting, in
hundreds of towns
right around here,
for that clinching
word by Bell Tele
phone of the right
price and quick
delivery jrom you.
Give your tele
phone a chance!
Reach out; get a
grip on this new
way of boosting
sales and business.
cents or a quarter
in toll service,
against a quarter of
a hundred dollars
on the books!
Try it! Others
have, and they're
still at it.
Just What You Have Been Waiting For:
Quality Kogs & Carpets
At Remarkable Reductions
OUR NATIONALLY USED
Durable RUGS As Iron
Will Interest You
Regular Price. Sale Price.
Now of a 9x12
Hardwick Wilton Rugs
Perfection in Weavery
Sice. Regular Price. Sale Price.
27x54 $5.25 $4.00
36x63 8.00 6.00
6x9 31.50 23.50
8.3x10.6 46.50 35.50
9x12 50.00 38.50
10.6x12 68.25 51.50
11.3x15 85.00 65.00
French Wilton Rugs
Also priced in sizes quoted on Bund
' har Wilton Rugrs.
Now of a 9x12
Fine As Silk
Alio priced in siies quoted
har Wilton Rugs.
Now of a 9x12
Salesmen's Sample Rugs
(In 9x12 size only)
Bundhar Wilton 26.50
French Wilton 32.50
Hardwick Wilton 32.50
As the number of sample rugs U
limited an ear) selection is advisable.
present a tremendous incentive for you
to anticipate your Fall and Winter
needs. Note the reduction:
Regular Price. Sale Price.
$2.50 per yard $1.85
HARDWICK & MAGEE CO.
Rug and Carpet Centre
At 1220-1222 MARKET
34 and 36 S. 15th St.
0e Furniture Department
-vi4i I l-rlra durlnz i
41. in r. x WJ liillej