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J mWORLDruiDATEVENILGNOVEMBEft 24 1903 5 I
t VSi
fi 1 TOCKSUROP
NtW LOW RECORDS
I
Drive Made at the Industrials
and Big Cuts Were Made in
1 Prices of Issues infc that
g Group
CORM I PRODUCTS HIT HARD
L Market SecSawtd During the Ses
ff P sion with Some of the Standards
K Showing StrengthTrading Ruled
7 by Professionals Was Dull
I
Blocks closed weak today after a see
rw session In which quite the entlrn
iliat shared The feature of the day was
r vdrlvo at the Industrials In which sev
eral Issues made new Ion records
i
i TCorn products preferred tell to Ml
t JUdrop ot 1212 points while the com
J njoa dropped 6 Pre3ed Steel Car was
i Irt2378 a loss ot 2 points and tho pre
ferred fell a point ncpubllc Iron and
Steel was down to 33 while tine common
WO quoted at 534 American Car nml
Ttofcndry was at 1738 locomotive pre
ferred lost S polntn nd United Stntes
Leather 3 Glass Sheffield common wns
tat 2212 and tho preferred 67
i 1Aslde from these strength was shown
In various departments while the prices
fluctuated The trading nas wholly pro I
0 fasilonal and dull during tho session
c i v I
VIn the final dealings Amalgamated
Copper suffered a loss ot 1 12 ns did
ATOprican Smelting TleflnlnB preferred
Who common was off nearly 1 point
i C6lbrado Fuel Iron was down 234
While United States Steel Common
dosed at 11
t fh e preferred was almost 1 point un
Hcr at SI 14 In tho railroads Penn
t Cjlvinla suffered fractionally St Paul
Ulssourl Pacific Southern Pacific
Reading Union Pacific and Hock Island
1 Soil from 34 to 1 14 per cent
TJio local tractions closed lower with
bo exception o ftha Securities whloh
rained ES at S314 Metropolitan lost
Btiaad Manhattan 6J while Brooklyn
Rapid Transit Vas down 12 The Erie
lost from 14 to 34 per cent
Gall money wan ijuoted at 8 12 per
oentdurlnr the afternoon and this was
I ulo a weakening factor
The total sales tt < ks were DOTOOO
tthores and of bond f23Ti5000
Tho declined In the Industrials did not
trnro much effect on tho railroad list
which held well thiougout tho ilaj The
officials of to company say that the at
tack on the stocks of tho Corn 3roJiirtn
4 Company was a pure bear rild The
company Is In excellent condition and
the Insiders It Is nald have not sold a
ehnre of their stock
< There was no reason given for the
I 0 attacks on the other Is ueu except tluit
t tho depression In the Iron steel trado
j t arormnted lowor prices for the Issue
43 Tho storks of the United BUttes Steel
l Issues Were strong considering the woak
neis Jn the other steel issues
iA Tho railroad list hold well all day
tt Wid St Paul received rood support
whenever drives wore nindo at It The
Goulil Issues were strong also Missouri
Poclllo altroujrh selling don below tho
y opening was well Hupportcd nail Ht
Louis Southwestern nnd Texas and Pu
cilia also were well looked after by the
Gould tirokcia
The traction aciod well and there Is
e snowing belief that tliw < is really
something In tha rumors of a closer
4 nviniinrn Are what you take
i IllllflhIL when you spend your
N t
< hilhilihi money In Inferior
L vtiflUUiV mediums
i i rn they rarely bring
jt I fHR results and the rates
L 1111 are Invariably high
I Ull for poor service
i3 ni I the advertisers are
t ll becoming acquainted
Ul I with the merits of
1ILL World Wants and
you can sec that the
wnajorlty use them
I
igufes Talk Below They Ver
i ify Our Statement
ITHERE WERE
I1i Paid Help Wants in this
jl 143 mornings World
i BUT
i Jt 359 Paid Help Wants In the 13
i other N Y papers combined
ADDRESSERS t 4
AGENTS 3
t AHTIST3 2
BAKERS 4
BARTENDERS 4
BLACKSMITHS 3
BONNAZ 1
BOOKBINDERS 12
BOOKKEEPERS 3 I
4 BOYS 131 i
1 BRAS3 WORKERS 3
BVSHELMEN IS
a BUTCHERS M
tl CABINET
1J r CABINETMAKBRS 4
l CATTVABSEHIS 0
I 1cABP1o2TER3 S
CASHIERS 6
CHAMBERMAIDS o
RKS 10
u
CQT UAKEH3 8
S OLLCCTORS 3
c tPOStTORS 20
COOKS 21
ppTTERa e
I D12T1T8 8
IB8IONEltS 8
d XSIIWA8lUms 11
0 f 1imEsSUAKERB 10
t DRIVERS T
i DflUO CLERICS o
¼
1 lIfflflOiDl1fl11lt8 3
J MP AGENCIES 0
f I i 0
1 GRAVERS III
ihb 1 8t3IIMDS3
Tf I EDEH ° 18
I
ffr 1 IWB 5
d ll N 3
i
ZD1Es 2
l
f CA6RE2 7
SW
LADIES I
TAILORS 0
MANAGERS 3
MANICURE 5
MEN OS
MILLINERS 3
NECKWEAR 6
NURSES 13
OPERATORS S2
PACKERS 4
PAINTERS 18
PAPCRICANOERS 8
I
PHOTOGRAPHERS
PIANO HANDS 0
PLUMBERS 18
POCKETBOOK
MAKERS 8
POLISHERS S
PORTERS 11
PRESSERS 4
PRESSMEN 10
ROOFERS 2
RUBBERS 2
SALESLADIES 11
SALESMCN25
SHIRT HANDS 0
SHOEMAKERS S
SKIRT HANDS 4
SLEEVK II IIS 3
SOMCiTOK a
BTAiiwMrv a
STEAStm IERS 3
STENOGRAPHERS 2
TAILOK8 29
TRIMMERS
TINSMITHS s 0
TUCKERS 4
TYPEWRITERS i
UPIIOLUTERERS 10
WAIST HANDS 0
WA1TFRS 13
WAITHEBSES 20
WINDOW
CLEANERS 2
WIREWORKERS 2
WOODWORKERS 2
MIBCEL 113
lOT 41 1 iu
i111r
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it
t J
CAPT ANDERSON FRIEND OF JACK TARS AND HIS
I DAUGHTER MASCOT OF CONVENTION MEETING HERE
business agreement between the differ
ent con > 3nlel Brooklyn Rapid Transit
held nrounil 39 and Metropolitan luc
tiwted hetnenn 110 and Lit 15 whllo
MnnhiHon moved In a narrow range
around 139
The weakness In Amnlgnmated Copper
was duo to the postponement In Butte of
tlip deelslon In the matter of the Boston
Montana and Parrot injunctions
London was a largo buyer during the
day and took stock In all directions the
> tirchi o on the balance amounting to
probably YiVifl Chares
The engagement of Jl000000 of now
gold tty a Itoston hank and the arrival
of almost a million today in New York
with the gain by the banks from the
3ubTroarury since Friday gives prom
ise of easier money and a better bank
statement
The do Intr Quotation
Todajja hIghest loweit and closIng price
and ntt chancre from Bttrdavi closing
price or tram last recorded Ale art u
tolloni
Not
1111111 Low CJoIChR
Amal Copper 311 37 87 I
Am Smelt i Ref 4i H 43 414i
Am S Ilef pf wt 81 87 I
Am Huger 1111 IIH 118 +
At T AS Fa OM tuit3 fl4
At T H fa pt 11Oa of1 R
Knit K Oiln 71Y Tat 7 i
llrool IUp Tran 411 JS ISIj
Cttljudlon Piclflc 1104 lid 11
flies A Ohio Pu il all
Chic a Wot 154 I5L Ir4
ellie u Wllt u 2O 21I 2111 II
C M H M p IRII 187th 131 4
C M 8t P nf 1T2h 1t2I 17
IJt t IJf IJl lJ
Col Fuel ei f 28 23 23 = 2
Den A Rio O III IOIio lJj
Dm R a pt II > > 08 lIt g
Erla 21 261 20
Erie Jet pf nUZ MI Mlio
Erie S < 1 pf 411 48 48 1
lu Central IIIIV 12st I2It +
Illl 1ft Nnih 10 11121j 102ft I
MM Hocurltln tOO tt4 5914 + 4
Mmihittnn Imo II I 11 I
Metro Ht RR lillI lIM 1Ir
M K ft T IlL4 pl F
M K Ii T Df 1101 811tt 11I
Mo Pacific IJ 94 811 1 n
Norfolk Writ r111 MI M + 7
N Y rvntril IIRt 111 117
Ontnnrlo A We > t 2110 Jill 2Ot 14
lenna > h nla 1111k 1131 113 a
I > eop1c > a O4 lH 13 03L
Heading 41h nil liD 111
Ileiullne lit pf 7at 710 1n1o
Bending 21 pf 110 rn ro
lIck Island 21 Iio 21 234
Itock iBlnd nf 5v Ml tOI
bouthcrn IacUlo 4l I rl 4S 1
Kouthtrn R > Hilt IRI 1S I
Hmith R > pf 71174 73l 11 + U
H L 4 tUo2d pf 441 4L 444 4 t I
Tonn C A I 2R6 21 21
Tejrnii Vatlfl 23 21 2 5
tnlon lncUlc 3 11 72
Union Im Illn pf S nfl A M
n H l nlhrr 7f 0t flT h
It K leather pf 111 1 74i
IT H Ktill Itt l4 11 t
IT a Steel pt 12u ant MIJ
Waliiuli lIIa 1111 1Ot
Wnliuli if 531 1141 41i1
Won Union TeL st N4 R t +
Wli Out 17 1t1l 1l3
Win Cent pf OPA ag d8 = H
+ Adinnco Decline
NfW YORK HAS TO
PAY MOST fOR MEATS
S
Retail Prices in This City Stead
ily on the Increase While in
Other Places Quotations Have
Gone Down
The JCew York packing houses their
agents and the retail butchers have al
ways been able to explain why they
raise tho price of meat but how they
can explain It now with the markets
In other cities cutting prices is food
for thought
In the Inst three weeks the retail price
of meat has gone steadily up In Now
York City In other cities It has gone
steadily down Now York and tho other
cities get most of their meat from
Chicago But whore the discrepancy
comes Is a question whloh Is puzzling
and nnnojlnj the New York house
keeper
Meats InDuffalo Plttsburg Cincinnati
Indianapolis Boston Philadelphia and
tit Louis are quoted at about tho same
retail figure The difference between
that figure nnd the New York price
will bo seen In the following list The
outside retail prices are taken from tho
list of a butcher catering to the best
retail trade in Buffalo
Buffalo New York
Porterhome steak 16 l
Tenderloin steak Itt 25
Hound steak 11 10
Chuck steak tni 10is
1rlmo rib rout in 19
Chuck roast os 14
Kettle roast US 14
111
liLl
Lolnof pork IS 111IS
Fresh Pork shoulders0 12
ltK of lamb 10 141fl
Corned beef 05 10 010
BollInK beef 0405 10
Stewing lamb Os mu
California ham 07 12
SuKar cured hams 13 18
Sliced ham 18
Breakfast bacon 11 21
L12 j
Iamb chopi 10 13 18 221
Pork chop Ul 2022
IIP
I
HE WHEAT MARKET
Firmness marked the opening of 11111
the wCicat market today led by Chi
cago whrre Armour buying was a fea
ture jcsterday ond was assumed by pot
traders to too nfniln In evidence today
Coin started about 1 > IIlly with whoit
A 1 I rId 01 hall cable fttntct that itlil cia I
reports from Argentina Indicate an arvi
15 per cent more than last liar vlth
present conditions maKnlllccnt
New Yorks npenlng prices were
Wheit Mav S318 July 7931 bid De
comber 57 38 CornMay 373 < s De
cember 478
Chlcagis opcnlnp prices were Wheat
May 781J to 78B8 December 71 12
to 73 34 Corn May 4134 to 41 7i De
cember 42 34 to 4278
New York closing prices were
hcatIav 8S38 July S018 bid De
cember 8734 Corn Slay 47 34 De
cember 4912 bid
Chicagos closing prices were Wheat
December 7978 May 7938 July
7434 to 7178 Corn November 4238
Decemb 4278 bbI1day 8 bId
111141 bt4 fl
WILLIE ROBINSON
Off TO SANOY MUSH
He Goes Home Doggone It
After Seeing the Men Who
Sold Him Green Goods Sent
to Jail
Mr WIllie nallnex aged twentyfive
of Sandy Mush N Coo went home to
day d grone It tIle dJdnt want to co
but Inasmuch as Tie had 3660 Judge
Nowburger decided that he was too
much ot a temptation to be at large In
N w York o
Will II came here from Sandy Mush
doggone It suh two months neo to
buy green goods The agile persons
who met him at the terry gut lj from
Mm They left him 10 It was so easy
that they were almost ashamed to take
the rest
Willie told th policeman and the
green goods men Who gave the names
> f Wilson and Williams were captured
Willie has been In tho House of De
tentlon ever elnoo earning to cunits a
day and h > board
Wlron and WHlllamns were tried before
Judge burger today Emanuel
Friend appearei for them and offered
to enter n plea of gallty of grand lar
ceny In the aacond degree TOo plea was
accepted
I do not think that theso men should
be severely punished said 3Ir Friend
to the Court We have trouble enough
In New York proteotlng our own people I
without having to look after rustics fron
Sandy Mush
See heaji doggone It Interrupted
TVIllln noblnson I didnt oome l > cah
to bo insulted
That was as far as Willie got After
the mm who had victimized him wore I
sentenced to Sing Sing for not less
than two nor moro than three years a
policeman took Willie and put him on a
train for Bandy Mush
LONDON STOCKS STEADY
Ainertcnim Improi od nm Smsloiv
Aili nneoil mid Cloncil Ilrni
LONDON Nov 24 Money was In oo
tlvo demand and tolorably plentiful In
the market today Dlscounta were
maintained On the Stock Exchange
contangoes otoorbod attention The tone
was generally good though the reap
pearance of the HussoJapanos war
cloud caused uneasiness at first Con
cola relapsed a fraction but closed
steady
Americans opened steady at parity
and hardened Atohlson Topeka San
ta Fe Baltimore Ohio Norfolk
Western and Union Pacific were tho
features They eased slightly later but
closed llrm Kalllrs core the most 00
lIve section
NEW CURRENCY BILL IN
Congress Dill MnlJc Seven Changes
In the Fiscal LIMY
WASHINGTON Nov Representa
tive 11111 of Connecticut Introduced a
bill today to Improve currency condi
tions The bill contains seven section
oach one of which changes some portion I
of the existing fiscal law The measure
proposes to mako It posilble for the Sec
retary of the Treasury < o deposit alt
Government receipts In nationalbank
depositories by eliminating the words
except receipts from customs repeals
the SJOOOOW limit on tho withdrawal of
circUlating pates provides that tho sub I
sidiary coinage may be Increased by tho
locoVnaeo Of silver dollars that the ra
tio of j > rlntlr K tho different Oonor Tiia
Clout of silver certificates and green
backs be changed to meet the demands
od business
It also provides for n new 110 gold
certlflacate to take the placo of > the S10
Kreenhck removes the restriction on
the Issuance of J5 bank notes c 2l pro
vides a uniform tax of onehilt of one
per cent per annum on all national
hank circulation
STOCKS STEADY ON CURB
Hut Trashing In lie Outside SeonrU
tic Vu Slow
The curb market was utoady today
with trading practically at a standstill
The bid and asked prices of tho princi
pal outside securities were
Aktd
Ametlcan Can k14
American Can ot 211 I
Oreena Copper 13 U
Ine 4
Marine ut 1St4 III
Northern Securities At 4 I
Hlandanl Oil un 61
seaboard Air Line 13S 1
Seaboard Air Line pf 23t 11
nlttd opDer PI r
Tennessee lcfper 11
New Orleans 7 4
New Orleans Itt 23 so1
Intel liorouitli W ua
White Knob 8H W
Otis Klevator I 23 87
Otis EJtvator of mt tULtt t
tI
I 1
HOW REVOLUTION
8fGAN ON ISTHMUS
Precipitated by the Arrival of
the Gunboat Cartegena with
Gens Guiterias and Tovar
from Bogota on Board
An lntere ilnjr story was brought to
this city today by passengers on the
stcomahln Seguranca of the way that
the Panama Government seceded from
Colombia Heretofore tfie story has
been kept a deep secret
When the gunboat Cart ena steamed
Into Panama Harbor on Nov 4 fhe
had on board Gem Gulterlas who came
from Bogota as Civil Governor and
Gen Tovar who was to command the
garrison of MO men all of whom were
supposed to be loYal to the Colombian
Government
Gen Tovar was met t the harbor en
trance by pen Huerles then In com
mand of the force A brass band sa
luted him
Tovar was suspicious although he
didnt know for certain that Gen
Huerles had cast his fate with Panama
In fact Om Huerles had won over all
but 150 of his men These IK he sent
dnwn the coast to quell a bogus Insur
rection Js tat the time that his superior
officers arrived on the Cartcsena
As lluerlea STeeled Tovar the band
played
Aro you really ready to turn over
jour command to me asked Tovar
A1 am > replied Gen Huerles
rlnVri11 train took thom to the gar
neon
1Je
lute troops were lined up to na
n the
n
new commnndant but ho
T as
tnnd slnK inside j8 Bato they began to
Ive la Panama
Gon JlUcrlrs cried roIlr
you are
II liar aolll a IrILllor
rovnr ahiio speakitig drew his pistol
I Bjmn > oo the muzzle to lIuerless
harL
hcartYoti
You are my prisoner he added
SOldierS leaped Ul the assistance
M n8 nc ot
I their Gcneral cfope Tovar could flee
anti Ite dnwld of 1Ilrlrs was nmui
n prisoner Ho III still kept within the
rarrlson under restraint Hnd not the
CaTtlfnnn arrIved on that day the rovo
hltlon would nOl JlnO been started for
two week
POPE RECEIVES PILGRIMS
Throe Hundred from England Tell
of Decline of ninolry
noxrE Nov 4TlIo POlO today re
colvcd an English pilgrimage which
I
with the British residents of Homo In
I cluding the Duchess of New nlltle num
I bored ow theo hundred persona They
I wcro Introduced l > y tORt Rev Francis
borne Archbishop of Westminster and
presented an offering of Peter Pence
bOldlll an address containing the tel
lowing passage
Next Year a great measure In sup
port of tho freedom of religious < oach
lag In education cornea Into force In
IJnKland Catholic children and tochers
being gradually put on on equality with
tho most favored children and teachers
of tho nation Your Holiness will wel
come for us auch a great act of Justice
sInce U iovvs that among the English
tho last shadow of bigotry Is dying out
The Pope ansttorod In Italian which
was translated by Moat nov Edmund
Stoner the canon of St John Lateran
thanking and encouraging the pilgrims
for their faith and loyalty to Rome and
imparting tho apostolic benediction
which was extended to their families
and friends
TO ASK CANAL BIDS
1rcllmlnnry Hove In State Vntor
War ill Soon ltd Made
ALBANY Nov n8tate EngIneer
Bond said today that he would proceed
at once to advertise for bids for the
canal enlargement work Five critical
points will be chosen as test works
the Idea o ftho State Engineer being
that if tho bids for three works are
within the estimates It will show that
tho rest o fthe work can be done within
the estimated maximum The five points
at which work will thus be begun aro
Cohoes Little Palls Newark Rochester
nnd Lockport
Mr alan says no new appropriation
will be requled for this preliminary ad
vertising that the Superintendent of
PUblic Works has on hand a balance or
about J200000 whloh can bo utilized and
that the preparation for bids upon the
live points mentioned will cost not moro
than H50COOO This step nlll be taken as
soon ns the State Board ot Canvassers
lias certified the vote on the canal refer
endum
Dosen Coffin for 28 Fire Victim
JOHNSTOWN Pa Nov 4The
funeral of twentyeight of the victims of
Saturdays fire at Lilly was held Veer
day afternoon One dozen coffins were
used In somo o Iwhlch the remains of
three or four victims were placed With
two dead In the hospital the total U
now thirty aa tho result ot the shanty
flre
1iIit I liI1dIf
JACK TAR LOOKS
FOR BETTER DAYS
One Hundred of Him Now in I
Session at the Ashland to
Devise Means to Help His
Condition
PRETTY GIRL THE MASCOT
Fclr Daughter of Capt Edward An
doreen of San Francisco Takes
Part In the Conference of Which
Her Father la Leader
A wef ihreet end a flowing se
With a wind that follows fait
Parlor No 61 In the Ashland House
Twentyfourth street and Fourth ave
nue was turned Into the focasl of a
fullrigged ship today to nccomodwte
members of the International Seamens
Union who met In convention to make
plans for Improving the conditions of
Jack throughout the United States
It was a thoroughly sailor gathering
In number close to n hundred and I hey
came all the way from New Bedford
San pjandifo and other seaports There
was a good representation from the
Great Lakes district too
One of the most Interesting charac
tars associated with the convention Is
the daughter or Capt Edward Anderson
head of tho California coast organization
Capt Anderson Is an oldtime seafaring
man a skipper who has seen many a
stormy trip around the horn lIe Is a
man whom all sailors love
The Yankee sallorman is the great
est on earth he said today Take
the men of any other nation as sailor
men and they cannot compare with the
Americans We dont know what fear
It
Of all branches of the union Capt An
dersons Is tho strongest
It took a long time he continued to
buildup the organization but now It Is
spreading evorywhere My daughter Is
Just as much Interested In helping the
sallormixn as I nm
Girl Mnacot la Modest
Miss Anderson stood by her father as
he spoke She blushed and turned aside
She Is a pretty girl barely twenty years
old and very attractive She has light
hair and blue eyes Her rugged appear
ance shows traces of sea weather
She can sail a boat as well as any
uf them Capt Anderson sold Shes
not afraid of a squall or uaea aarpent
I tell you
This Is Mlaa Andersons first visit to
New York She spent today shopping
looking at the stores and big buildings
Her fattier went Into tIm the conven
tion where Chairman William Penje of
Chicago called the delesatea to order
All of the surroundings wore siwgcstlve
of the briny deep CabSi lamp hung
from tho ceiling Evory one puffed on
a pipe
An hour after the convention had ben
In session tho room was black with
smoke The old sea dogs ware smoking
the blackest and strongest kind of to
bacco
The charnoters would Inspire Kipling
or any other author who loves to write
ot too sea
And the piped There were briars
and cobs nnd clays and the stone Jars
from down Boston way that hold a
sugar bowl of tobacco They are only
llled oncfl a day
Begun Preliminary Work
The delegates only began preliminary
business Ipday They Include seamen
cooke Btrrvrards and all mannorof men
who follow the sea Before they ad
journ they will arrange a uniform rate
of wages for all ports and prepare
plans for a thorough organization on
the Atlantic coast
BRONX FRANCHISE AGAIN
Effort to Ileilre It Voted Down by
Aldermen t
Alderman Herbert Parsons made tin
Ineffectual nitlempt o bring up the con
sideration of the Portohester railroad
franchise at the meeting of the Board
today Tins franchise was recently de
tested by the Board
Alderman Parson sought to have the
matto rroopened l > y moving that the
Railroad Committee be discharged tram
further consideration of tho franchise
This motion was declared out of order
A motion that the regular order of busi
ness bo changed to allow of the Imme
diate consideration of tho resolution was
also defeated
OPPOSES STREET OPENING
Alderman Sullivan Want Delancey
Street Left Alone
Alderman Timothy P Sullivan pro
tested at a meeting of the Local Board
of Improvements for the Bowery district
today against the project to continue
Delancey street eost to the new Will
lame burr bridge
Tho Alderman declared that the pro
ject favored the railroad companies and
would prove Injurious to business In
terests
On motion of the Alderman the Board
decided to postpone action for two
weeks
COTTON MARKET
The local cotton market opened steady
today iwfth prices 1 to S points higher
due to the rumor that Nclll would Issue
a bearish estimate tomorrow The
chief support came from Liverpool
cables which were bettor than expect
ed Estimates showed expanding port
receipts
The opening prices were November
1090 to lIMO December 1101 to 1102
Ianuary 1110 10 1111 March 1118 to
1120 May 1118 tp 1110 June 1120 to
1121 July 11IS to 1119 August 10 89
bidThe closing prices were November
1089 to 1092 December 1096 January
1104 February 1107 to 1IOS March
1111 to 1113 April 1110 to 1112 May
1111 to 1112 June 1111 to 1113 July
1110 to 3111 August 1080 to 1082 Tho
market closed barely steady
RAILROAD MAGNATES OFF
CXMAHA Neb Nov 4A special
train of nine private care carrying offi
cials of the Harriman lines and other
railroads started West today over the
Union Pacific road en route to Ogden
near which city the ceremony attending
the driving of the last spike of the
Lucftn cut off on the Central Pacific
will take place Thanksgiving Day In
cluded In the panty President Elf
Harriman of the Southern Pacific and
party President JKarllag and a
number of Chicago Milwaukee and 8t
Paul oOVInls and President Burt and 111
party of Union Pacific officials
unday World Wa > 1sWork
Monday Morning Wondsra
fit
JAMES McGREERY S GO
Maids Aprons
2d Floor
Plain I fancy and II tea
fe aprons made of imported
or American materials
OnWednesdayNovember2s
Maids Apronsmade of find
lawn trimmed with em
broidery or hemstitching
with or without bibs
25c 35c and 45C
These aprons vary in width
from 40 to 60 inches
Twentythird Street
1
JAMES McGREERY S GO
Ladies Suits
3rd floor
Tweed and Cheviot Walking
Suits Long Coat models
2500 and 2850
Cheviot Suits trimmed with
x braid Medium length
coat Unlined skirt
3500
Zibeline Suits Long Coat
with cape Unlined skirt
3500
Twentythird Street
JAMES McGREERY 5 GO
Black Dress Goods
2nd floor
A variety of black materials
in dress lengths suitable
for gifts
300 to 1000
per length
3oo yards of all wool black
Cheviot 52 inches wide
6oc per yard
usual price too
Twentythird Street
JAMES McGREERY S GO
Ladies Coats
Storm Coats made of black
Thibet Tweeds and Cra
venette Belted model
with capes
1450 and 1850
Tan Covert cloth and black
Cheviot close fitting Jack
0 ets Various lengths
1700 and 2250
I
Twentythird Street
SAVED FROM SUICIDE
Architect Arrested and Revolver
Taken Away from Him
Laurence L Bernard thirty years I
old an architect living with his wife I
at New Rochelle was arraigned in the
VTorkvlllo Court today before JtasU
Irate hogan having been arrested lost
night for safekeeping
Bernard lost his position yesterday
then bought a revolver and a box of
cartridges and registered at the Grand
Union Hotel His actions were so pe
culiar that he was arrested and the
weapon taken from him
Bernards nrtfe who won with him In
court today explained that h h4 been
discouraged but would be all right new
On this promise tie was dlscthargfoU
TO NAME MORE ROUNDSMEN
Police Coramloloner to Promote
Thlrt two Men
Police Conunbaloner Greene fWd to
nay that before his term expires he IK
appoint timtytwo 1I0und men thuj ex
ujstlnc the eligible list He laid that
my of tilt prcclncU had only three
xiundimen while they needed four and
Ivo J 5 v
Iiupector Oortrlcht hasbeen Instructed
t I take cl arge of the police arranne
njnH at the opening ot the new Will
aicaburff Bridge on Doe 21 He will
110 oreanixe the police platoon of thirty
mull who will poltoe the brMje In the
future oa the Brooklyn Orldffo U pa
trolled now J
I
r EHRICH BROS i
4L51i Guarantee i
Some stores sometimes offer single articles at lout prices my
order to attract trade for other foods others oftlimes claim tosell
cheaper than their competitors j
Now we GUARANTEE to sell as low if not lower than any
store in New York and we hold ourselves ready to instantly refund
any differences or the entire purchase price desired in any case
where we are shown to be undersold
Brs 4
6TH AVE > 22D and 23D STS NEW YORK f
I Store Closed Thursday Thanksgiving I
2 98 for Handsome 5
Silk Waists i
One of the Best Offers Yet in
the Handsomest and Best
c i Lighted Waist Store in New
Li York t
1 WAISTS of crepo do Chine peau de solo and J
fi I peau do cygnecrepe do China waist made
i with fino tucking down front double
fir I
I iii stitched box plaits striped across shoulder
I f tucked back and tucked sleeve and sev
eral other styles equally as desirable nan
l
I all sizes and colors 5 values Sale
I J price
298 Each t
0
Heavy Reductions on
Womens Suits
With the near appronch of the Holiday Season before us 1
we begin tomorrow a general Reduction Sale of Womens
Suits Skirts and Coats an event eagerly seized upon by
many who have not yet bought their Winter Outfits The
opportunity Is a great one Read
95 for Womens 0
795
I 1275 Walking Suits
We begin by consolidating several lines of Womens WAliklNG I
SUITS that cold at 1075 and 1275 and reduce them all to the
one flat price of 795 They comprise such suits as you see on the
street now every dayfancy mixtures in blouse effects with skirt
attachment skirts sovongoro flare finished with open plaits 7 QC
I at bottom splendid values every one of them I
14 95 for 2000 to 3000
Walking Suits
The heaviest reductions will to found In the Tallormado WALKING f
SUITS which you usually pay 2000 to 3000 for These go Into
this salo at 1495 They comprise a variety of materials In
short and long coat effects finely lined with heavy satin and taf
feta silk skirts stylishly hung and well finished sale 4 A nr
I47O
price
1Q 75 for 3000
1975
Walking Suits
Handsome effects In this collectionWALKING SUITS made of
stylish mixtures In Blouse Coat effect with skirt attachment mili
tary cape turnover cuff and collar made of plain goods trimmed
with narrow black and white braid skirts made nlnegoro flare
finished with open plaits at bottom Value 3000 Sale t Q
price J 97 fJ If
150 for 3500
2150 3500Dress
Dress Suits
Heres a group of Womens DRESS SUITS all strictly mantailored
that would be called bargains at 3500 these go Into this sale
at 2150 The fabrics Include extra fine ctamlno cheviots In the 34
cent effects lined throughout with extra fine taffeta silk new cape
fancy stitched sleeve skirt mado nlnegoro Hare elegantly
stitched and finished sale price 21 50 sic
Sale of Womens Eiderdown and 1
I 0 Flannelette Garments
DRESSING SACQUES all wool
eiderdown crocheted edge
satin bound collar and
ribbon at nlck all
89
colors 4 C
Lambs wool or eiderdown
DRESSING SACQUES large
fancy appllqued embroidered
collar ribbon at neck cro
ors cheted value edge 125 solid colQO C
DRESSING SACQUES fine rip
plo eiderdown finished with
silk frogs crocheted edge col
lar with a fold and bound with
satin also two other
pretty styles 200 1 AQ
>
values
Ladies PAJAMAS fancy strlpo
flannelette Jacket to button at
side and finished with
frogs and loops spe 1 59
cal
Kimono style GOWNS In fancy
0 stripe flannelette finished with
yoke and a broad border of J
solid color pink or bluoQO 0
vnluo 129 b1ue98 C f
Flannelette Blanket Kimono I
GOWNS In shaded strips
bound In plain colored satin
ribbon and deep sailor t QQ
collar 250 values > XO
Flannelette UNDERSKIRTS In
striped patterns the
29c kind > DC I
UNDERSKIRTS umbrella ruffle
stripe or check flannelette
light or dark colors scal OQ
lght 39c I
loped edge value EOcOxC
UNDERSKIRTS umbrella ruffle 1
fancy stripe or solid color
daisy cloth tucked ruffle or I
scalloped edge yoke AQ
band value COo 470
t
I
98 for Childrens 0 l
598
Smart 800 Coats 0
A Fortunate Purchase Enables Us to Offer
CHILDRENS COATS In Cloth Velvet and Zlhellna all
COAT Coth
smart styles with patent leather belts and military 5 98 t
buttons sizes to 5 years value 800 special at I I
Babies White Worsted
Drawer LEGOINS
without feet heavy
quality sizes to 2
years valuo 39c
special25c
r 25c
Babies SACQUES In
worsted and daisy
cloth pink white
and blue finished
with silk shell
stitch sizes to 2
years valuo
Y0r 25
39c special c
Fitted Automobile BAGS of gen
uine walrus 3pleeesard
case purse and smelling salts
bottle leather handle gilt or
gunmetal trimmed frames
regular value 300 1 QQ
special J 7O
50 r for O PUFF BOXES
dtCeterlIng sliver tops fancy
glitM jars regularly
glU 50
100 at C
i i
0
Childrens NETS j J I
In bengallne silk
benglne
full pokes white 1
and colored
all t
sizes valuo 149
special C
98c H I
I 1 98 for Auto 300 Bags fl 1 I
Sterling Silver Novelties
39c ArtIcles for 100 Silver Manlcuro
Artcles such a Nail
Files Nail and Tooth NaUt
Shoe Horns Shoe Buttoners j
Darners Desk Seals J
Letter Openers c regular
regl1r
value 7Bc and 10001
t each 32 1
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