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1 J THE WORLD MONDAY EVE1V1W NOVEMBER 231008 r
T METROrtlTftlllED
tc z STOCKS ft CLOSE
Securities the Feature of a
I Strong Market Makes a De
cided Advance Other Stand
ard Issues Share inGains
I SOUTHERN PACIFIC FAVORED I
Best of the Railroad Shares In the
Trading on Good Support Baltimore
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m rqand Ohio Pennsylvania and
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Steel Up
Stocks closed strong today with Met
ropolitan securities tho leader In the
trading nit ifourpolnt advance South
em JJaeincfwaa anotlhor prominent fea
ture with Ijouteville and Nashville
Baltimore and 6lilo ePnnsylvanla and
the Bter Issues showing well AU the
tractions v evinced exceptional strength
< m fln support I
One of noteworthy features of the
dealings ws lie operations In the spe
i claltto It < mui nettceaJble that traders
In theio wmi had touytnir order < on
the aile down and durfag the oorly
weaknem qiflt about aU the etock
that was offered Traders told for
Chattanooga all morning without bring
ing out jyjysnoclc poulsvtlle Nash
ville noa stroWln aynpathy and m ule
k a gain oT 1 34 points
It U not believed that the higher rates
for call money means any decided In
crease hi rates The new cold and tin
return of money from the West will
I cause a reduction especially aa several
outoftown bank sent funds hero to
4 day tolnd in ° ithe often market If rates
go aay tgher more money of ttyls kind
will fln4J1twlr to Wall strptt f
Republic Iron a dteel Wal the weak
I et tune o the Jlst ton dy and bat
at one tltno an oven six points It sold
down to Uli The wcaknosa was due
to reports emanating from ChI ° CEO that
the director who neot Monday next
will reduce thi dividend 0 oth pre
ferred that the company Is In need of
money and cannat borrow from thu
bunks ml that there nwill be n new
issue of bonds to provide necoBaary
> Tvorldne capital Telegrams from ObI
4 cago eny that the offlccrs of the com
t puny will not discuss these report and
1 that President Thompson Is out of the
clti Tho soiling was In Quito a volume
and there was no support until the price
had hoverid around the low figures
t
A When there was buying of a nature to
> ccuse vome recovery
In the earty afternoon the market
which ihad been rather Inclined to be
I come weak on the report that the Nn
i tloail city Ilank and other banks had
markoljuuUiuIr call loans gulf to
kf hajxlct and prices advanced steadily
r until an hour later many moclis wro
+ celMng above thb opening prices
Ttiore was exeellent accumulation of
i the preferred steel all day L and tho buy
A ing wad Mid to be rood The preferred
l which opened under Batundaya close
r Rained through thIs buying about 12 a
point
1 Wall ntreet attached much Importance
4 to the Brooklyn Rapid TrannU crossing
t the bridge and running up the Uowery
without being opposed by the New York
tractions This is token as the very best
Indication that there Is an excellent
understanding between the street rail
way Interests of tho greater city Tho
tractions wore all strong ana Brooklyn
old as ihlfili as 39 68 dropped to S3 3S
and then recovered almont all Its low
l Manhattan acted In the same way whllo
Metropolitan nt one time was up 11S
a points Metropolitan Securities showed
a gain of over 4 points
1 Tho Closing Quotation
S The following were the hlthut lowest and
1 elMloc price of tocks traded la today with
Ii their net chanret
Net
i high Tnw Clp Chg
Amt Copper If 3S +
l ff Am SmelU 10 ner 44t 434 44U CihII Ii
Am Huger 1M 1AI 1114 4
At T rs F 113t fl1 1131 + t
X T 10 8 F pf Ml HII t IJ
r Hilt A Ohio TO 7 711 1 1
4 S llkn Rapid Tran 40 i 3Dij 4 1
0 < Can Tao Ill 3II 1I11 1
Cbes Ohioi 30 oI 4 L
Chic O West 131 15 30tH 4
h Chic q W II 27 r 1 g 7L + 1
Ii 10 C H a ar P IROi is ii + 4
8 NaItSt
1Yt m m m i
iti C M St P pf 173 17 173
Col FuflrA Iron 1L
pen Rio Orandou ID II +
Erie In OS 211 J H
3 4 rIht pf IItn 131114 tltH +
trte Sd pf 48 4RS 4iC4
UlDOIs Cntral 1211 IlR Iz
tjouls Nh 1L14 11111 iJi + lie
34et Securltlei 8SIIo IUt IJjO 4
0 vfanhnttan i1O lAA t ISII 1
i Met Bt nn liMp 116 1111 1 1
> lo Kan 6c rex 17 17 171 4 1
jc Mo K ft Tex pf M J AA2 e
5Mo Pacific iu fic
Norfolk 0 WMtern oMJ r 1t
N Y Central 1i7 110 ii7t 1
Ont West bl 2 II 2i + e
Penniylvanta 114 113L J 11 +
I Peoples On fl1t 1 1 I LJ 4
Heading 41110 4n 41 +
Heading lut pf 7 7t 7W t
e Hock Island II ni H +
Rock Iilan4 pf 111 rilll ra +
4 Wauth Pacific 40 410 4111 + LI
I South IVy IR 1M 18 + 0
l South Ky pf 75r1 741 7a1j t 4
F Tenn Cod 4 Iron 4L 71 S +
1 Tex pacific 3 i 1 3i I 4
li Union Pacific 73j 72 71 or I 4
U R leather I I 7
t IT8Ithrpf 77 77 771 + I
IT 8 Ptrel It ItIC 11 + I
Ima tl 8 Meet pf 11 10 2 I
I V binh 111 1110 II +
L Wabmili pf i I 11 uL + t
vit tin Tel RI h I1L N
win Central 17 lIL Ii + Ii
i WIs Cent i > f 17 7 l l + i
fl DEATH SHIPIS UNLOADED
= l
nmllm nf Ililllniifne Sol < llrr Sent
d i Llri Home for Hlirlnl
r i Wllh a ituurcl of honor from Goer
nora leland the IC bodies of lead zol
k < ltcr which arrived licre SlIturdar on
7ri tho United States transport Sumner
are boltie Unloaded atll r 12 test
River oilny and shIpped to iwlnts nil
j r r over the country where friends or reln
kz tlves are iiwiiltltiR to glo them burial
WHEAT MARKET
h Vhcut opened nrm today with May
r1 H sade hlghcr Chicago was off about
t 1IIntacomt A few foreign buying
orders for wheat In connection with the
decrease of 3120000 bushels on puss IRQ
4 iccAnlotiad temporary strength of May
here CornFwaa steady and unchangvif
RNewYork opening prices wvru
W tIIY SS 35 July 78 34 Decem
Der n 38 bid
kchica o opening prices were Wheat
May 7812 to 78 38 July 74 13 to
= t S December 79 34 to bU Corn
Fu JfaYj itt 1 4tg 4218 Decombor 43 14
M 438 to4J 18
VJNOW Yorks closing orlcts were
J 1 r Wlieat May 83 tSJuly 79 12 De
it 87 lll Corn May 47 34 bId
J 1 f1
7 f a > closing nrlces were Wheat
Jljer71Z Mow 78 S8 to 78 13
4 1AS9iTNovemler 43 304
4Z 34 bldTllJluary 41 Moy
W 1atJ1lfUHtti
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lr iI i fl
t t
i i tM
ioi I N
4 lf fJ f >
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c rmt iJtrr K I I
DIAGRAM SHOWING HOW DK KRAUSKOPF ATTENDED
I INJURED MAN UNDER CAR IiND PORTRAIT OF HERO
cOTTON JUMPED ON
GOOD CROP REPORT
Sully Led in the Buying and
Gave His Followers a Tip on
Further Higher Prices in the
Market
Cotton Is still the most active com
mollty and tho most unsettled In the
country rIle opening was from 9 to 11
points above Saturdays close and there
was the same anxiety among the shorts
tbtit has made the market so easy of
manipulation bY the bulls
Ttverpoo sent tvor strong cables and
thlf helped to make the market The
openlne ton was oteadr and prices
lumped up Clpolnta Receipts of Amer
ican coo were reported at 01 BOO boles
The atxength was due In a Urge meas
ure ito the report of Latham Alexander
Co who have estimated the cotton
crop this year at 10300000 bales against
C780000 Cast year This estimAte ta
motto upon thousands of advices re
ceived from their correspond
throughout the cotton bolt
The grade of the cotton li excellent
as the picking weather has been excep
tionally good The falling oft In the
quantity Is made up by the Improvement
In quality
Then was quite n little excitement
qn the exchange and some of the more
timid shorts rushed to cover thin help
log the bulls < o boost prices Daniel J
Stilly < was a heavy buyer at the open
Ing he saying that ihe believed prices
would oo still higher
November Jumped from 1094 to lUG
December from 11 cents to 1110 whllu
January was up from 1104 to 1116 IMay
1111 to I1fI and July 1110 to 11JC
Ilmvvy buying by foreign liousos of spot
ration helped the whole future deallngi
The port receipts for today are oirtl
nute At 60000 bales against M6U for
hU day law week
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DEUTSCHLAND GOES
ADRIFT IN BLOW
Giant Liner Endangers Smaller
Craft in the Harbor of Cux
haven Before Tugs Tow Her
to Safety
nERtIN Nov 23ln a terrific atom
wlilch has swept over German for two
jjjys the HamburgAmerican linos
monster tran atlamlo liner Diutscli
land broke from be ranch ora go In the
oprt of Cuxliaven and went bumping
about the harbor
Panic npread among the shipping mi
tore an tho leviathan finunK Into tho
I
mouth of the Elbe It MS seen instant
ly that she was not under control lieu
Inn slowly toward the shore the big
liner bore down on a Hue of Islets
with little craft any ono of which her
monstrous wolght would have cni heil
I like an esrwihell There was a scurrying
among thoo who had up steam to net
thcmchoH and all they boulJ tow out
danger I
The bis fhlp nas drlven broa ldc
Hiralntt ono of th dcSitcil piers crush
IIIK in her aide and sustilnlnit extensive
dnmpe The wind fortunately held lu r
against tho damaged xtrlngplico until a
unarm of tuga ptillod her out Into mill
stream whore she was held until IIho pot
UP enough steam to control her stcerlnK
apparatus
Tho damage to the Deutschlnnil Is in
extensive that she will have to be towed
to Hamburg nnil go In drydock for roo
pair before she can resume her < ris
across the ocein
Many shipwrecks nnil heavy loss of life
In the North Sea nro rfxwrted but In
fonnillon H mensri ns trlcBmih nnd
tclciiliono win luivu boon blows sloan
The torm continued today ansi this
aftemoonn reports show the damage
to be extensive Factory hmnncs nml
wlntlmllls wcrp ovrituiiiiil nml roof
were blown away throughout the Cell
trill and 12a > itern Dlstrletx
Heavy copper Plates were blown nre
the hlstorlcil IleO Tinver at Unlit on
the Salle niul worklngmcns toieinonts
vvtro unroofed
The Prince Bismarck Mine iif > r
llnlnnulck qiiught lire during iso slurs
dial nuvcntv vvprklngmfii wcio with dir
lItty oavuil many of them being badly
burnud
A ho se fell near Klclafeld burying
four majons Two oflhem were mor
tally hurt and the other weIe cerloutly
Inlured
There Were many severe accidents
one of them fatal by tho falling ofa
chimney near Hanover wherthe
I tower Qf a Catholic church was dcmol
lahed and the laiUdcatroyea 1
I J I Ir
I
II
GRAMS DEPARTURE
BLOCKS DOCK CASE
Effort to Annul North River
Lease Threatened When Ex
President of the Dock Board
Sails for Europe
Th pleasure trtp of J 8 r Oint Cram
to Europe on Saturdays steamer will
prevent tM trio of tho miU brought
the city to Bet aside the fanfous lease to
Joseph Enwan of the bulkhead between
Jlrrenty shtt and TlnentTmlnth streeti
North River until the Low odmlnltra
tOn Ima jrocie oat of ofO t
The case was called for trial before
Justice Truax In the Supreme Court to
day but Assistant Corportlon Counsel
fljnipln was oonvpelhul to admIt tho < oroe
of exB nator T C OBuIUvnu otato
ment that a most taatatal Trttness Cor
the defense luva tjone lo Europe to be
absent until Jnnury and QlrSempJowllI
admit It for he line tried hard to sub
iKxna tills same wilnss for flue plam
tiff This tnejtaHal wltnen said Mr
Semple is John Serjeant Cram who
was Prraldent of the Dock Board when
the l stfan lease was rondo Wo made
ovory effort to subpo na him but ftosuo
cMsfully ellJded us and e aU d for Europe
before wo ever learned that he contem
plated a trip abroad
Wie mae waa adjourned until Wedmu
day when It will probably go over until
oxPresident Cram Is pleaaMl to com
hornFIFTEEN
FIFTEEN LOST IN WRECK
Intlrc CTOTT of Norrvcerlnn nnrk
Cnpnlla Wont Donrn with Vol
COIHNIIIAOHN Denmark Nov 23
The Norwegian bark Cat > IIa Capt Jo
iltanncsen bound from ArcndaJ Norway
for Taiblo Bay Capo Colony tie been
wrookod oft IJorJjJerK JutLind
Tie crow of fifteen men woro drowned
OCEAN LINER RUNS
AGROUND IN A fOG
o
Minnesota from London to Phil
adelphia Held in Easy Posi
tion in Delaware Bay and Will
Probably Float Off
PHILADELPHIA Nov 33The At
Untie Transport 11 no Btomshlp Minne
sota from London for Plilhulclphli Is
aground two miles below Heed Island
Light III Pcliwnro hay
Thu Mlmieaou grounUod earl todiy
iluriti a iUn HO U > g Hho Is lying easy
and vvlll probably hunt off without as
Hlstance
COTTON PAY CUT IN EFFECT
I
Nsev lliiIniiI Mill urN r Til
Itrilliitloii an 1 nr > llulilf
ItOSTON NIIV JIh first of tho ml
luorims reiluctlorui In wages announced
In the cotton mills of Southern Nt n
rn Lirvl and at half a dozen points out II
side of that territory went Into effect In
all but ono Hvll JUvor coraarattoii to
day ml nt a number of outside mills
Although about 32000 oxmtlvc had
tholr ly loUt down no general strike oo
ouniM In any mill the textile worker
rtco nlzlnt that the great cut of union
mid tin unAAtllf try gotxls market
niiUl ojxnitn nxalnst the success of any
radical atop
ALL HOTELS ALIKE TO HIM
In Krlm Cinrs lInlJltrnl UmniPii
MMJ llccl Mules ¼ o 111111110
If the pix > rlotor of Use Valtissrfta
topIc Oi tliu Klftli Avenue llotil is
brought before mu for A violation of the
lxuso law and there IK evidence to HUll
taut Ills cihitrnc1 Ill hold him nalJ
UliKlHlrUe o 11111I ell In tho Wot Side
Jrillce tourt tndu >
MlLhanl Olleriif projirletur sit II hotil
nt Klghth uvtnuo ansi Tortysevonth
Wired was bifuiii thu Magistrate
cluuKotl with scllliw liquor without u I
inwl llls oounnfl oontcnitM Mint the
iilniii IN u boon lldn Intel hut the Inltl
Irate a1d that didnt make my uhf
fercnce
lairht other rxolne cases wore hoard I
all tho prIsoners 1 > < Jni hold
POSTAL SCANDAL IN SENATE
llnoliitluu Io IIMr tlunr the lc
liiirtniPiit t lav Oer
A31irNaTQN Nov Senator
Comaclt todn > offered a resolution In
thus Senate auliorltlnt the Committee
ou tIC CaruTucti of the Executive De
partments to Investigate the Poet
Ofuc Department
It went ovcruwltlvout discussion untl
totnorrow i i >
SCHWAB CANT HUSH
UP TRUST SCANDAL
All the Negotiations for Stop
ping the Inquiry Into the Big
Shipyards Combination Have
Utterly Failed II
I
The efforts of Charles SI Schwab to
effect a settlement of the litigation
against tho United States Shipbuilding
Company havo failed completely and
the hearing will be continued tomorrow
with Provident Lewis Nixon of the
trust on the aUnrt
Humors of settlement of the sensa
tlonU wit of the bondholders of the
defunct company wore circulated In
Wall street last rwcck and tho bdlof took
root that the scandal which hall had
such a dcprodslng cffrct on the stock
market would bo burled
Negotiations tonnnl a settlement were
conducted through the counsel and
Inanclol agents of Mr Schwab Mr
Schwab and tho Schwab interests nero
willing to mako largo concoslons Inlt
wore imwJlllnB to svcrince the millions
hey had rondo through what Receiver
JmlMi characterized an the most ar
tistic swindle of modern nuance
Suouitl Untormyor counsel for the
bomllioUlors laId today that tho long
delayed hearing would positively go on
tomorrow
We hat never considered a compro
mise for a minute said Mr Untermycr
nor would anything Induce us to con
sider a compromise Every bondholder
who 1ms Joined In thin suit will light thli
thing until fair and equitable treatment
Is received at tho hands of thoso who
now control the llmncea of this com
Iny The abolutoly refuse to agree
0 any settlement that does not Include
this fair and equltable treatment the
ar cuing Cur
Membirs of the OoVErnlnir rnmmltioo
of tho Stock Kxchdngo arc extremely
restless over thc delays In the Ship
building hnirltig beciilHC tho testimony
already given his Imllcatetl tlmt there
WIH dicclt and deliberate mlsreprescntn
lon In thn application which was made
Cn list the Shipbuilding sewirltles on the
lxmnife It N said that a further
iitKtitlon will be miilo with the view
of throwing the Shipbuilding eeurtles off
ho Ixcim I
This afternoon counsel for the Ship
MilUllnff Compiny and thc Schwab inter
eMd endeavoriM to secure n twitpone
mput of thc hoarlnK until Ore 1 Mr
JTutlrmYlr WlIII1 not coiiitn to any
rui tin r ileU tOil ho was sustained by
Examiner Oil phi nt
CURB TRADING STEADY
Mniiiliiril nil did rtlirrn Socurl
tltN Mnki VilMiiicri
TriUIng on the curb lens steady but
quiet today with Standard Oil showing
an nclvtnce of n point at 667 on sales
of about 12 share The copper Issues
VWMO neglected while Northern Securl
tltu was up 12 per tent Tjie bid and
uskod prices of the principal seurltles
wore
nut Ak
A i
ArmHear Can IU j
Vimrlrun Cun 1 f xii 111 t
1Inu Copper f iii i
Maritie
II
Marine If J iV
Nirthni MCUrttlM I7U 8NK
Hraliilnl MlHmlant c lr tlne flrhlfln
KMiUwrd Air Mil pf 1 Aj
New Orleans 7 si U
New urleanii Ir nil iiu
Tnnr Cupj cr low 80
t nton Comvr it
Inltfl Copper 14 ir
rttrhormtrh II
oili hlAator v aT
ills Rlmntor Pf 7S Ii2
Now York IraiiMl 4 1 0
7
FOUR NEW SERGEANTS
Greets IIIn HiilNen Trirnty lnu
fr ini thn ItuilUn
Commissioner Orooue today appointed
four sergeants from the rank of rounds
man and twenty roundsmen from tho
ranks The sergeants made ore Will
lam T Brown of the Weet Sixtyeighth
street station Lawrence Patterson of
the Hamilton avenue station Brooklyn
K J Macon of the health Muad of
Brooklyn und John Early of the Har
bor Patrol xluod
In making these appointments the
Commissioner paned over the nomci
of Joseph McQarry and Samuel Alkens
because both men have boon UD on
ehancecreoenUXt 1 j
1t ij
I DOCTOR RISKS LIFE
FOR INJURED MAN
Henry Krauskopf Crawls Under
Trolley Car Resting Upon
Victim Administers Morphine
and Binds Up His Wounds
MEN TRY TO PREVENT HIM
After Attsndlngto the Sufferer the
Brave Physician Departs Amid
the Chees of the CrowdInJured
Man Dies Shortly Afttrward
Dr henry KraustcopJ of Harlm Hos
pital took a leave of aUjerce today
So miuv person called upon Win to
I congratulate him noon his bravery In
caring for a man Injured In an accident
at Ono Hundred and Tmcniyneoond
Street and Third nvrue last night Chat
he dad to avoid tlhetn
Vhen Dr Krauskopf started from the
hospital to answer a call he had no
Idea qt tliss condition of affairs that he
was to encounter men nn reached the
scene of the accident he found that a
man had been struck by a Third avenue
car nWah had run upon the body until
tie nderouj vehicle was tilled to a
dangerous angle
Policeman and a big crowd of by
standers had attempted to lift the car
so that the Injure man might be
dragged out but thflr efforts were In
v a1 None ooijM be Bound willing to
crawl under Ohs car because of tht pos
ilbUlty tiaj it ralciit Mtle and crash
reaoocr as well as vIctim
Tho ext of the unfortunate man iir
heard by Dr Krauskojif before the am
bulance cnaje to a stop He Jumped
ftam his teat with his Instrument cue
In Jils hAnjJ nod fought his way through
tie crowd to the car A study of the
ahuatlon for an Instant determined him
upon a course of action
Taking a hypodermic syringe from his
o ae he SUed It with morphine dropped
flat on the street and started to crawl
under the car A pollcoman grabbed
him by lOll legs und pulled him back
The motorman and conductor protested
that probably he might be killed
Tm going under that car said the
ambulance surgeon
And ho did go under It An Injection
of morphine brought relief to the man
gled man whoso body was tingled up
In tho machinery
But Dr Krauskopf was not satisfied
Ho called for a lamp and had his In
Btrumont case pushod under the car by
his driver and bound up the wound of
the Injured man who otherwise would
have bled to death By the time the
wrockJng crow arrived the pluCk young
surgeon had completed as thorough an
operation as possible connldorng the
conditions and as he crawled out after
the car vas lifted with his white coat
covered with blood and grime the I
crowd cheered ngiln and again
The injurod man was rushed to the
hospital where lie died two hours later
No ono tins appeared to Identify the
body
The man who was killed waa Identified
today as Thomas GreeleY a plasterer
die was a widower without family liv
ing at No mat Second avenue
IJr Krouskopfi father the Rev Dr
M KratiHkcjpf called at the hospital to
slay und liondod Ills I on a telegram
from OLayor Low In whloh he said he
was plad that n graduate of Columbia
had done so gallant an not
The physicians father was last night
elected rabbi of the Congregation of
AtLrolh Israel at the Temple In East
UwhtyHoconU troot for his third torm
of five years Hlj reelection took place
ubout he t mo his son was beIng
cheered for his licrolsnn
LONDON STOCKS FIRM
American Afer Hull Uiioiilucr lie
icMcroil but Clnicil Irregular
LONDON Nov J3 Money was In
good demand In the market today I
Discounts were arm owing to the ex
rwctatloji of further exports of goM
Tho tone of tho Stock Exchange was
generally limn In sympathy with the
tno > micy of Kaffirs the result of eh
couraslng details concernIng the con
clusions arrived at by tho South African
nbor Commission The Bears were
anxious to cover but Utile stock was
obtBlrablc Business was restricted
pending the settlement Consos wore
higher Home rails were cheerful
Amerlcnns opened dull on the unsat
Isfactory New York bank statement Sat
urday Subsequently they recovered
mostly to above purity became Inactive
weakened later and closed irregular
Grand Trunk ins strong
LONDON BANK FAILS
1XNTDON Nov 311hll mispen lon
wiq announced today of John Brown
Co a small old established private
I bank The failure Is not at Importance
MIT OIK TO BUY
A BROOKLYN FERRY
I
Comptroller Grout Is Urged to
Use Influence < o Have the
Municipality Acquire the
Thirtyninth Street Line
OFFICIAL FAVORS THE PLAN
Say that Project Is Already Beln0
Workcd Out In Detail and Will
Be Submitted to the Slnklnjj Fund
Commission
Comptroller Grout mu urled today by
a delegation of South Brooklyn real
dents headed by Loader William A
DOYle of the Seventh Assembly District
to us his Inlluenco In the project of
having the city purchase and operate
the Thirtyninth street ferry line run
clog from the Battery to South Brook
lyn President Hart of the West End
Board of Trade was also one of the
delegation
Comptroller Grout expressed himself
In favor of the enterprise and Informed
the committee that ho would do his
utmost to effect the purchase Tho on
Slneers of lile department lie added
are already working out the plans and
as soon < < s they report ho will bring the
matter to the attention of the Sinking
Fund
The business men taxpayers and
trop atyouier of South Brooklyn re
f ard the purchase of the Thirtyninth
street ferry line as part of the solution
of the traffic problem of Brooklyn At
present the Dn T Railroad eJovs a
monopoly of all transit facilities leading
to South Broolclyn and the service af
forded las for years been condemned
t > v the residents
With the city in possession of tho
ferry new iast and an Increaaed nun
bar of boats will be added to the ser
vice with the additional Incentive of
a reduced fire
NEW YORKER HELD ABROAD
Innli EnifBlhorn Rcfnicd flail
Pendlnv Extradition llearlnar
LONDON Nov 3Loulo Engelhorn
of fe > ew York who waa ejreotej at
Southampton on Saturday on the Amer
ican line steamer St Louis on the
charge of grand laroony was remand
I ed for a week today at Bow R1rt
Court pending the arrival of extradi
tion Papers from Washington Ball was
refused
EngeHiorn In a statement made In
court Bald he was on his way to
Germany io secure money with which
to pay the claims against him
JAMES MoGREERY GO
Linen Room
I 2nd Floor
I Japanese hand drawn and
hemstitched Linen DOy
ley Centre Pieces and
Tea Cloths
DOyleys
6 inch 300 per doz
II II U
9 500
II 1 II
12 650
Centre Pieces
24 inch 125 each
II II
30 175
Tea Cloths
36 inch 225 each
1 0 c
45 350
II II
54 450
A complete stock of Lace and
Linen DOyleys Centre
Pieces Scarfs and Tea
Cloths at extremely mod
erate prices
Twentythird Street
I I
JAMES McCREERY SCO
Rug Dept
On Tuesday and Wednesday
November 24th and 25th
Oriental Carpet and Rugs
9 X7 ft 3850
13190 ft 6000
13 ft 5 inx 9 ft 3 In 6500
14 ft 5 iiix to ft 4 in 8500
15 ft 4 Iiix 12 ft 9800
These are onethird less than fonuerprices
About d50 smaller Rigs
Carabaghs 675 Mosouaio r
Dagiiestan 1150 Kaeaks 3450
75 Axmlnster Carpets Oriental designs
Size 12x9 ft
1950 i
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Twentythird Street
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JAMES McGREERY S GO
Annual Saleof I
oather Ooods 1 r
Imported Novelty Articles madogf grnJJ1ao1l I
or red Euglinh Morocco
Jewel Gases with tray iooiiiusa
Sewing Case with two traya zoo Ate 1
Cigar Cases IC l II lined
with cedar 100 200
Engagement Pads i hasty line writing CMC l I
with inkwell glove handkerchief uc1u I
cases desk pads with sterling flilvorcornars
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xooeach
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Shaving Pads with silver corners and hasty
line pads with pencil
soc each
t
Calendars with sterling silver corners
S
soc each
value ioo 5
A very extensive stock of Imported Jewel Cases i
Hand Bags Card Cases Photo Frames
Pocketbooks and other Parisian and Vien
nese novelties t
i
Twentythird Street
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J ftman < < 4 4
WILL PLACE ON
SALE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NOVEM
BER 24th AN ROth MENS AND WOMENS
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS AS FOLLOWS
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Mens Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs
regular prices S225 de 425 l PER BOX
MARKED AT 150 8 250 OF HALF DOZEN
j
Womens Plain Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs f I
regular prices 223 de 283 I PER BOX
MARKED AT 125 8 200 j OF HALF DOZEN c
I
MENS Handcmoroldcred Initialed Handkerchiefs
per box of naif dozen at 125
I
WOMENS Handembroidered Initialed Handkerchiefs
per box of half dozen at 110
Silk Petticoats OF TAFFETA FOULARD
CHINA AND PLAITED SILKS ALSO PETTI
COATS OF MOHAIR SATEEN MOREEN i
AND JERSEY CLOTH
e
TUESDAY November 24th
I
PETTICOATS of Black or Colored Taffeta Silk
Walking length 38 inch 975
PETTICOATS of Black or Colored Taffeta Silk 850
eiQWccntb street nineicentti strut md sixth ROMt
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R H Mtcjr CaB Attnctlom Are Their Low Price
I
Bway t 6th Ave 34th to 35th SL
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Bring the Children to See
Our Ten Thousand Dollar Holiday Windows
Twentyone Moving Tableaux
I
Four of Buster Brown
Three of Katzenjammer Kids
Three of Alphonse and Gaston 1
Four of Happy Hooligan J
Three of Lady Bountiful 11
Three of Jolly Jackies
One of Santa Claus
Our Display of Goods Appropriate for
Holiday Presents
and the
Thanksgiving Table
Is by Far the Most Extensive to Be Seen I i
Anywhere
The Stocks Appeal to All Tastes and
Meet the Demands of All Purses I iI
TINY TALES OF THE ABCS i
c 1t is for Moses 1
ai Il Who says Sakes alive 1 y
While Is scum dis bird
C A World Want would aell five r
Bnday World Wants BO to the millions sad
firing rMtilta Aram the pilHloni
To Bo Continued
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