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J A THEWORLD TUESDAY EVEfrlNG IVOVEAlBER 24 1903
fl TROUBLEBRENIN S
fOR NAVYS BEAR
F Bruinskyf Mascot of the Cruiser
ticago Assigned to Shore
t Duty After Six Months of
Strenuous Life at Sea
N OTHER SHIP WANTS HIM
From tho Time He Shipped at Kron
stadt for Two Years ae an Able
r Seaman He has Made Nothing I
but Trouble
i <
i rJ I
L Brulnsky Chlcagoyltch Is his name
i and hes aa fine a looking Russian bear I
ashas ever had the rating of A II In
Uncle Barns navy but just at present
1 ¼ he Is hAving considerable difficulty In i
It getting a ship Most of tho vessels at I
Brooklyn yard are out of commission or
I have their complement and It may b < > 1
that bo trill have to go to fBonton to find I
acraft on which to finish his tour of
duty 110 dim still eighteen months to
I I Jo II
Brulnsky signed on the cruiser Chicago
at Kronstadt nearly two years ago He
was just a little ball of brown fur It I
was during the birthday celebration of I
t Czar Nicholas and the old ship ot tho
I famous squadron of evolution was thereto
1
felicitate with the ruler of all tho
R lolas on the fact that he was still
F alive and that It was Brother Jona
I thans hope that he would bo permitted
h byIHs subjects to live a nJilIc longer
i How UriilniUy Wn Illicotervd
I Under such circumstances It would be
tupposed that an American floukl have
had sorao regard for International pro
prieties but nol Them was an Irish
man a very wild one In the Chicagos
crew and one night on liberty ho fell In
with Brulnsky This son of the Emerald
Isle revealed to the bear what a glorl
c ous country America was and that there
watt nothing In alt tho world like the
Klorlcs of Its citizenship On the oc
casion ot this conversation everything
was glorious Brulnsky being very
foung listened to th s Irish sailor who
i called himself an Amerloan and the
next morning ho slimed aboard the Chi
cago He had only ono name Bruiniky
but It was explained that this coun
I try would stand for nothing unless
something came after It M ho agreed
1 to adopt the cognomen of Chlcagoyitoh I
Brunskys national diet of black bread
and fish was soon changed > to one of pie I
Una nuts and fruit ana cake and meat
Md tidbits from the wardroom tatile
and tie thought that lie had Indeed
touched Nirvana He was iII11a4 ho Was
Bn > American Then he began to do
Itunts to show his appreciation He
t used to run toOt races up and down the
JecK nnd spar with any one raBio would
OtI10 alGllg I
Suresald the Irishman wlho Induced
him to loin the Chicago he looks like
r a hairy Rooshun but fco can fight like a
P Cork rebel
I i An International Incident
ii Coming homo Brulnsky furnished the
izb letting for an International Incident that
would have assumed serious proportions
I had It reached diplomatic ears It was
t assumed that with the adoption of his
Yonkfeshlp ho had forgotten all nlls
4 g Blonc to anything dlusslan but it
wan the old story of tho leopard a spots
A Jnp otewurd who had kept out of
fLw Urulnskys way for over a month ran
E ncrou his bows ono day How it began
no ono Knows but a terrified yell rang
through tile ship and the Jap was seen
K making for the main rigging with the
bear after him The KugMin In hIm had
c to come out They put BrulnHky In the
iL trig for that and the Jap had to wear
w a pair of pajamas until the tailor could
duke him a new calr of pantaloons
llrulnsky after seeing the Jap go
aloft that day tried It hlmfclf as soon
ns he was out of hock and one of his
dally stunts became the censlon of
either the foro or main rigging lie
would never go as far as tho top but
a The distance he did cover waS done Era
i manly He went up like a real jacky
1 and came down like en
During the warm weather when the
v hlp wes In port with her gangways
S over side Chfcogovitch used to amuse
It himself by going down to the lower lanl
I I Intf and while holding on carefully with
f one paw IOUBC himself nround in tho
1tJ cool water This pajtlme became ncan
It dalous until a specific time Vas appoint
BRUIXSKY CHICAGOVITCH RATES A B IN I
S THE U S NA VY BUT MAY LOSE HIS SHIP I
I
ed by the commander when Brulnsky
should have his bath
The ChIcago Itf homo to go out of
commission and no one at the Brooklyn
yard Is willing to assume the rcsponnl
Wljty of a boar who Tvalkt nround like a
min and who cnn handle his flats Ilka
a unwary bouncer rIle cruiser will ho
toned to HoJton probably tomorrow
and unless some ship agrees to sign him
on before then ho will go with hot to
the CharlestolVn yard
The Jap who felt hiS Russian paw
said today that boor steaks made very
pood eating for Thanksgiving and
XmM
Send him to a show lUggestcd a
ncaman
No no said the Jap him too
froih aU ready No rood keep Russian
kill htm more better
NO DOGS ON L TRAINS
illnirlitrntr Crane Iteprlmnnda Mm
for Tr > lnB to force Imne
Harris C Swan of No 123 West One
Hundred and Thlrtyaovcnth street and
Lee Phillips of N6 140 West Soncntloth
street were before Magistrate Crane In
the Harlem Court today charged with
disorderly conduct Tho complainant
Wall Gecrgo I Titus an employee ot
the lx
Tho men according to Titus at
tempted to board a train on the Eighth
avenue L last night Bwnn had a
fox terrier with him and tho guard pre
vented his getting on Phillips received
a blackened eye mid other marks of
trouble
Magistrate Crane thought that the two
prisoners had received enough punish
mont and discharged them with u repri
mand
TRAIN KILLED BICYCLIST
Engine Hidden front VletT han Him
Don III Ho Croancd TrncUii
FIU HOLD N J Nov 24 Wesley
Stone nftyflo ytrars old tv carpenter
wan struck by a troln and kllloil wflillo
riding over the nowno avenue crosslrii
on bicycle A westbound train hioh
wan Mantling an a aiding cut off from
view the eastbound by which ho was
ihlt One of his trnis unu oiiu lof Were
broken nnd his head cnw1fd ito Jeaes
a widow ntid several children
HUSBAND AND WIFE BURNED
GRAND RAPIDS iMIoh Nov 24Ir
and Airs George Smith sixty years old
wore burned to death early today III a
fire wihlch entirely comsumod their home
The couple lived alone outside of tile
city limits Tho fire wa discovered by
npfghbors but bolore any liolp could lie
rendered tho old people the building col
lapsed
HIGSLCT STILL
STILLCLUE
ABSENTNEN CLUE
Discovery Made that Missing
Man Was Seen in New York
Last Monday WeekFriends
Believe in Foul Play Theory II
I
Another Iffld to the possible discov
ery of Honrv Baxter IClngsley the
young man who disappeared from Now
York moro than a week ago has been
abandoned Conductor Ilarley Carpen
ter who Is so certain that the young
man was on tho train en route to hU
fathers home In Rutland Vt must
have been mistaken it having been
learned today that Klngsloy was In
Now York on Nov 16
80 positive was Carpenter iwhen ho
was shown a picture of Kliursley that
the detectives In scarah of the cnisslnjr
Ofjhe
man determined that he had left NOW
York nnd that search here was ustl 3s
Now thor are Inclined to txslleve thittto
nevor loft Now York
Mayor U Q Klngsley yeeterdr re
ceived n package of samples trom a bat
company in Now York Tho package
was addressed to his son He at oooa
communicated with the that company
Word was soot back that Kdngaley was
there a week ago on Monday and or
dered tho samples sent to his home
rise youhg mans relatives In this city
ore now of the opinion that ho met < WIth
foul play They believe the police would
have found him before now had he Wan
dcrnl away In a fit of temporary mental
aberration Besides he was la perfect
health and apparently jovial spirits
when lost soon
a
IRISH WANT OBRIEN TO STAY
DUUUK Nov ZIAt a meeting of
the Irish Parliamentary Party hero to
day at nJilch John Redmond presided
a vote of corJIal confidence In Mr lied
mood was unanimously adopted aa was
a ireiolutlon proposud by Mr Redmond
asking that William OBrlMi withdraw
lib resignation as Member of Parlia
ment for Cork City
ToRea11
T O TB
To Really
t Lnjoy the Dinner
f H Bdlicc1
S i11oRe Ih
T H 0 1lJl IL
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t g CTOARETTES
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Most Popular
Because the Best
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I Cork Tips or Plain
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JUSTICE BOLTE ILL AT HOME
Attacked liy Henrt Failure mid Un
der Care of > sirae
Jihstlco liolto was attacked by heart
fallurq last night at his home No 3
Now Chambers street and Is under the
care of a trained nurse
The hearing before W H Willis as
referee of tho charges preferred against
him set for today were adjourned un
til Saturday
Maurice Blumenthal Justice Boltes
counsel said ho doubted If his client
would be able to attend on that dote
jiil i c consented 1o the tentative fixing
r tha day for the continuance of tho
hearing
e
MAY NAME BISHOP MESSMER
ROME iNov ZI1h report that the
Congr < atlon of the Propaganda has de
cided to propose to tho Pope the ap
pointment of ILtishop lasaner of Green
Bay Wits oa Archbishop of Olllwaukec
In succession to the late Archbishop
JCatzer la confirmed
LOST THEIR SHIP
I ANTARCTIC ICE
4 i
Explorers Were Forced to Take
to the Floes When Vessel
Was Crushed In Far South
Last February
I
LIVED ON ISLAND SINCE
Party la Rescued by Arnentlno Gun
boat After Spending Winter Sub
slating Larcalybn Seals Mission
IB Practically B Failure
BUENOB AYRES Argentina Nov
De3jHUoho3 have been received hore
from Lieut Jose Bobral of he Argen
tine Navy who accompanied the Nor
denskjold Antartlo expedition detailing
the Ion of the Antartlo and the work
of the expedition
Lieut Sobral has telegraphed from
Santa Cruz and tnyn the Argentine gun
boat Uruguay baa left Santa Cruz for
Buenos Ayres with the twentyeight
members of the expedition on board
The Antarctic attempted to penetrate
the seas to the east of Jolnvlllo Island
but encountered heavy Ico floes and was
finally crushed In the Ice and aunt In
the Gulf of Erebus and Terror The
ship was Clunk on Feb 3 of this year
Capt Tarsen and all the members of
tho expedition mode their escape and
managed to save a great portion of the
provisions before the Antarctic finally
sank They spent tle winter on Paulet
Island en4urlng many mardshlps sub
slating for the anost part on seals
During the winter explorations were
made and the fossil remains of many
extinct animals were collected Tho
Uruguay reached the Island Nov 18
and found Larson and his men In good
condition
The Antarctic had successfully wea
thered the storms of the far North
and was selected on this account by
the Nonlcnakjold party
The EngUsh expedition under Com
mander Scott and Dr Wilson on
board the Discovery Is etlll In the Ant
arctic seas and Ig believed to have
accomplished the moat of tho threo ex
peditions that were sent out by Eng
land Sweden and Germany late In 1901
The Discovery Is locked fast In the
Ice but It Is hoped It will be re
leased within tho next sixty days dur
ing which time tho Antarctic summer
season will set In
ESTABLISHED OVER 25 YEARS J
N S BRANN
MANUFACTURING JEWELLER
231 Eighth AY i Bct2l8t 22d Sts
OPEN EVENINGS
FREE I
A valuable handrome and uieful I
souvenir given away free to every one
presenting thin n lrrtp mnt Mall I
order promptly uttrndeij to
Grem U llrois fver Ofere
10
81m wlndr It
icc I n II I c Is
VntclipK of 14
haunt solid KOld
huntIng rasp rich
ly finished
S fullJim tiled
hi otementa
Perfect
Os timekeeper
5 XCEL
I NT
S UlRTIIDAYt
OUT Could
not be du
ll I I c a tM
I2l under fin
I A n I It 31
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WATCHES
h andiomtlv
engraved stein wlndtri and let 300
ra 7Ie
ttr fullJewelled movement
A large selection of
14 and 18 k loUd 2 75
nr j i
Bold Wedding Rings vf l J Up
All engraving done free of charge
14 kt loUd Fold
genuine Diamond
fling value CO
10 fir
A large selection of handsome
heavy ft kt eoiia gold Initial nn
lllnga IJ90
handsome 14 kt loUd gold Dents
Hunting Case Jr pIv beautifully en
graved stem winder Waltham or El
gin jewelled movement value23Qij
4000 our price 3UU
A cry handsome 14 kt solid cold Seal
IUNO with monogram engraved 390
free value 1000 payU
Larg assortment of solid gold 14 kt
link Cuff Buttons with large genCfSn
ru 3VA >
USa diamond a pair
OPEN EVENINGS
It will pay you to come miles out of
your way for these great bargains
Mail Orders PromptlylA tended To
Sunday World Wants Work
Monday Morning Wonders
4144Qw6e o < M > 4001 3 < < > 3 3 + < Q t < M4
I LOWEST PRICED HOUSE FOR FIRSTCLASS GOODS
JID D 0 0 0 D i I
Wtstof3d 2 Doon Ave 155 r 157 and 159 East 23d St WutofSd 2 w DOOM Ave J I
ThanlrsglOvlOng If there is a time in the year
IIUAIA J V more than any other when one is
t 0 S anxious to have the home look as cozy
t Opportunities and as comfortable as possibleits 1 J
k Thanksgivingand in order to make
1 this an interesting week we have made some big price reductions that
i should attract the economical buyers who have faith in our announce
ments and are quick to take advantage
Sideboards
of best sea
a soned oak W
With 2 draw
ets c u p I
boards line
french plate
mirror In
II J i1 cnlre actu Large Size Tufted Couches
4 al I y worth covered In Verona or Egyptian velour in
F 3575 spe dainty patterns and colorings patent
cial at Ykc J buttons very best p i p I
t Sixfoot Oak Extension Tables 2375 springs I regular price N 7 25
i like cuts finely polished tops with 5 J12 special f
heavy round legs Made very strong Jj4
j and easy working Value rh 4 99
fsoo special this week pt tijsjij >
E Chiffoniers inn J
iur = = = oak highly pol
c n ished with live Large Parlor Mirrors
I drawers brass with niahogany finished
handles and frames highly polished 40x 5b3
t swing mirror on 18 French bevel plates Tha I
I ° top worth at k cabinet attachment at bot
V O least fc very tom value 3
special this week 51200 special 849 I
J at j
j 0 4 98
0 White Enamelled Iron Beds t
0 like cut In all sizes with fine heavy J
i ii brass rods on head and foot heavy posts
1 0 0 extended foot rails actually 5 49 i
0 0 J worth 1000 special eo
l il I IlI4 Dress cts 1
J I IThttIAiZ1 of Golden Oak ci Odd Parlor
s J highly polished L Chairs In ma
Morris wit h 2 small tT hogany piano lII II II II II II Il 1111111 J
f Chairs and 2 large i1l polish finished 1111 Il II II II II II II II I <
o in oak or drawers land with upholstered II ii ii ii jI ii JiJiiJ I
mahogany j s o in e French L tapestry seats ac
any finish plate swing mir tual alue 12
t rd ish fronts can ror 1600 actual special value 1j t 749
adjustable I
< 1025 <
I backs 4 I I
brass
rods I I S
4 coverings of plain or fancy elour as Credit Given
j sorted colors actual T t O Clue U V
735
vaIueI2veryspe J OD Box Cane
cial at
On Small Easy Payments Seat Solid
No Mall Orders Filled for Specials Oak Pin
Ingf Chairs
finely polished <
r with h Fc h
tYbc5aLi
backs broad
comfort a b 1 e <
seals I actual <
value 375
< special
c
t 224I
r 5Piecc Parlor iiuits like cutwlth mahogany finished frames covered
J In silk tapestry or damask firstclass upholstery best springs 33 75 Opeli Saturday Ennlng r
i actual valueSOospeclal1t TI se j 1
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All Cars go direct or
by traaafef to our door I
Wednesday A Reduction Day
Have You Filled Every Thanksgiving Need I
If theres a something that will contribute
to the joy ot the glorious Thanksgiving feast
and that has escaped your memory come tbea j C
Wednesday and youre sure to findthat verythI
and too priced lower than youd expect
I Table Necessities for the Thanksgiving Feast
cdt Specially Low Prices t t
PIE onpsT t u
mont makri delicious
crust per package 10
I NmV IIlmLJFn VA
IAdNCIA AJIONDS
Ier poimil 37
Ni
V IT J O
oA ALU10NDIfPJr
pound on
MINOB SIEATJTh H
Battrrmui bran cannot
I be mad letter per 8jb
glass jar 450 par 5ib
gisi jar 03
u n
FLORIDA CHANGES
Finest tmntklnned anl
1ulcr Fruit per doi iO
QTJUKV > IIVIO Plain
or ironed from tOo up
dtI1Jit1ifrrn VUTS
All kinds Including ioft
hell almonds Ih liJtt
SWEET ClhEB Purl
julc per gallon Inilud
tnc Jut s
lOc atowed for empty lug
1AlFU1OUST n d e r
VS pm R1f cT
Thanksgiving Linens
You may stumble across the piece of
linen you want and without which your
table seems incomplete This lot is
prepared to meet such cases
Heroitttched Table Set all linen con
elating ot Table Cloth and one dozen
Napkln 300 > to match f BuO value O3U
8x12value MOD 4 3B
Table Damask Naoklru all linen Ger
man Scotch and Iran manufacture
18 inches square value 129 98
per dozen ru
0 Inches lauare value 109 J OC
per dozen
23 Inched zauore value 2CO 200
per dozen
24 Inches Quire value 208 225
per dozen
Table Damuk full bleached all linen
03 inches wide choice design AO
value 60c yard l7
72Inch extra heavy alllinen Satin
Damask open border effects 7CT
value uuc yard <
54inch table scarfs lace insertion
also momie linen scarfs same 25
size worth SOc and 7Sc
Carving Sets I
To make the Thanksgiving dinner go
o E without a hitch its better to be pre
pared with a new curing set Here
they are strikingly low
Ebony Handle 2 piece value 70
W
cent S 41
Horn Handles 2 pieces value
173 r1124
Rubber Handles 2 pieces value
Stic lianalei W jplVeu VterhnK silver
mounted value 3 88 2 OS
Star handle 8 pieces iterllnc silver
ferrule value S4D87 3D3
Childrens Underwear
Children natural color fleeced ribbed
cotton VEST PANTS and DUAWnHS
nicely finished
size 5028 2420 28EO 3234
IRc itio 26o SOc
Childrens extra tine Duality natural
wool VEST PANTS and DRAWERS
lie 1820 2224 2628 80a34
ano flOe 4Uc SOc
100 don Jlenn si quality NATUR
WOOL UNDERWEAR each < tl o
31AXAGA G1tAP103
Largo and firm fruitLtlw
Tliankaglvlnt binines s
not coMplete without IM
regularly 3001 lb T I
P It U r l swanei ne
Oregon our 12c kIt L
lbs for t
nvirElteur rancy El
sin Creamery per ib PSt
STUPHBD DAT135LP
sorted hlndi ot nuts p 0
box
Furniture Helps I I
for Thanksqfbfag I
DININOnOOM CHAIRS solid C40U I
box eat open cane eat rub fin Vcri
lab very large and comfortable 3U
PININOROOM CHAIR golden oak
box eat open can carved back tine
ly finished and thoroughly roads I I
Iterular price 1278 See J95
clal i j
DININO TABLE heavy turned lOgE
Beating capacity for eleht people 4 75
thoroughly made and finished
SERVING TABLE golden oak highly
finished useful In two a dining large drawers room very ° uu it
f
0
OOJDEN OAK PILLAR EXTENSION 0
TABLE seating capacity for elcht
heavy carved feet beautiful figured oak
cii otTJl price 25 ff J500
QOLDBN OAK SIDEBOAKD highly
polished and made throughout In tint
class manner newest design lam
linen tined drawer lIver drawer 25 QO
0 OOLDEN OAK dlOEDOARO hand
somely carved thoroughly finished odd
shape bevM plate mirror large draw
er for linen lined drawer for sliver
cia Regular price 2500 Bpe J 650
i1
GOLDEN OAK CORNER CHINA
CLOSET with canoPy too will
mO i J4oo
fit any comer i
OOLDEN OAK CHINA CLOSET Bit
feet two inches high three feet aloe
Inches wide mirror In 8cJfe o fgr
beautiful tlcured oak polish finish
handsomely price 4000 carved Soeclal at Regular 2800
I
5 Silk Waists 29r I
About 250 of these are here of superior i
taffeta in pink blue red black and tI
white tucked fronts I fancy box pleats
with medallions I some button trimmed
all sizes worth 5 FOR
RE QO
DUCTION DAY 27O
50c Golf Gloves 25c
An endless number of Womens Golf
Gloves are here in sizes to fit all They
lire wool and come in black white
brown red slate and fancy They are
the kind that other stores ask SOc for
Here FOR REDUCTION >
DAY 25
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I BROADWAY GRAHAM AND FLUSHING AYES BROOKLYN f
T KELLY
263 Sixth Avenue
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Only Entrance to Our Clothing Clonk and Suit Dept
Through Furniture Store 0
Open Saturday Evenings Until 10
Are You Sensitive
About your Clothes Do you notice what others wear Has your
Coat just the right cut The making of correct Clothing is largely
a matter of practice We irsist that every garment we sell shall be
tailored as carefully as for custom work that 45 why we hold and
add to our trade year after year j that is why we were compelled to I
double the size of our Clothing Department this fall Then too
the better acquainted the public beccmes with us the more popular I
grows our original Easy Payment System of
l Down on a Purchase of 10 p
0 Mens Fine
tourist Overcoats 0
1800 I
I1ILKctr A rare opportunity Is now offered to buy a
p I II handsome comfortable and serviceable
p I huh lI Tourist Overcoat at the above astound I
iI iI1iiLH Ingly low price You have a choice ot
l0rlA wIJi 111 I i black or Oxford frieze Very latest
Ujtl1I hl1l I model broad shoulders full length belted I
14 LI I I huM back handsomely tailored equal < C f o
ii1v11114 1ITIt t to any 3000 custommade 1 O
coat this sale 0
Separate Trousers in all the upto f
I IlIliWW1 ox date fall and winter stuffs dressy stripes
I the kind you are accustomed to
I I II i3iitt pay from 700 to 900 for spe 5 I I
cial this sale
I I Ii Iii fl 1t ult
B I Hens Suits for business or ordinary oc
I I lAiI itii I I I 111 casions made up In fine tweeds and fin
14 1 VhliiRiI I I III ished or unfinished worsteds You cant I
I get better quality try where you will and
I llftIiIilMltiiV I III you wont find lower prices 1 f
I iJttlJillW15kt 1UWt quality considered our work lf 0 0
0 manshlp Is the best > 0 I
0 Mens Shoes ye dont offer you premi L
0 Vh A i t ums to sell our Shoes We believe It Is t
I more to your advantage If we cut the
price to the quick Thats what O 50 r 0
we are doing to these 5 what3S0
0 when we sellthem to you at
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
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