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to I 4 THE > WORLD WEDNESDAY EVE1ItG NOVEMBER 25 1903 4 r < I
TEN FAMILIES
i IN FIRE PANIC f
i Tenants of the Milton Apart
ment Aroused by Janitor and
i Have Narrow Escape from
the Flames
FLEE TO STREET IN
THEIR NIGHT CLOTHES
Blaze Started in Dumb Waiter
Women Seeking Shelter in
Court Bplow Barely Escape
Injury by Falling Glass
V
Fire In the handsome Milton apart
ment lioup at No 21 West Sixtieth
street caused a punlc among the ten
families raiding there curly today
The flames started In the dtimbwnlt
I < r shaft Just at daylight and spread
Upward through tim apartments so rap
idly that most of the residents were
i forced lu lice frwn tho < slructure In their
night garments
rio builJlug Is a five story structure
And tho Ore started at tho first flour
The Janitor first uiw the unokc coming
from the hall Into the basement and ran
t up glitrs to too flumes shooting from
the walls He ran up the stairs shout
ing a warning tn the residents moat of
whom wrc still In bed
The Janitor ran to the corner and
turned In mi alarm When Battalion
Ihlcf Dlviiiil ulld his driver Cunning
1 Jiam reached the sccnti men and women
were running from the building with
elothrng under their arms The firemen
lushed Into the building and ran a lead
of hose to the roof
The Chief ran Into n court In the
middle of the building over which was
a glass roof Four women had taken
icfupe there anil were dressing Dlviuil
I Itnciv that the firemen were oil the root
I nml likely ut any lime to break through
I the glaM covering tu tlie shaft
J lie shouted a warning to the women
vljut they wcni inn frightened to go Into
1 tlin alrcet without dressing and re
i naINI 113 and CUIIIIIII ham ran toi
thll 11 nil pushed them through the
door No sooner wcru they out of thu
t tliift when the class came crashing
down lId they remained an Instant
longer they would have tIered great
Injurymid possible death As It was
CiuiilnKhuni wan struck on the left arm
and Hhoulilur by the falling glass and
cut
cutTin
Tin flames ran up through the waiter
Hhaft In the fourth und fifth floor
ivlKTv they spreiul out Into the apart
mcnta These room wore soon aflame
Vho owners tried to bring out a pnt
if lli K lit but the llimts made such
headway Knit limy were forced to run
t < l tile street
Trn upper lloorH were nlmoat com
pletely suited before tho fire was under
uiiidrol The greatest liters were W M
Waters Mrx K Klllmnn and II L
Itecord The firemen cstlmite the loss
nt J130UO
WOMAN PRISONER FREE
A crime I of Irniiil Larceny lint in
tisi lroNcentrd
As na one appeared In the Jefferson
Market 1ollcv Court Inday to press
tile charge of grand larceny against
Jcuole Iteynnldt eighteen years old o
No h2 g West Klghtysecond street who
was arrested on Nov 12 accused lit
having purchased SJitO worth of goods
In a Sixth IIVIMIUO depirtmont store nnd
charging them tEl the account of Dr
1etir t Nlse of M elnR helle Mag
Istrato IVuel discharged lur
Miss Hynolds appeared In court to
i day with her mother The young worn
in was clroxcil In a stylish Kriy Jwn
nul did not appeal In the leal dl con
certcd
LONDON STOCKS DULL
AnierlrniiH neciiverril nil nnrly
Loss nnil CIndril Firm
LONDON Nov M Money was muh
wanted In the market today for set
tlement and month end purposes Dis
counts were strengthened paKly owing
to the weakness of New York exchange
Unslness on the Stock Exchange was in
active and undecided There was an un
njjy undertnno lninnny cniiej although
the fears regarding the HusoJapanese
c
trouble had l > onn almost dissipated
S < oiiHols hinkind hut this did not af
fix lillY oC tic other departments
Americans reacted at the opening sub
sequently rrcuven l to parity mi some
lorol support ciisod In the afternoon
hind Ilosed firm Kulllrs were buoyant
The other South African sections were
ikarly deortid Rriind Trunk receded
II nwlng to the tnilllc liicreaso being far
elow Rxpiilatlons Canadian la ltlc
was heavy
r ANTARCTIC SHIP AT KIEL I
t
Knloer KSniH Cmiriiltilntlimii mi1
I
nf < Ijjimi
I u K1K I usil Nh Tbetiornian i
Alii ltttif expirlis slPiinid nil liZI
viilh Cumniu lure 1erry I 8 N may
jHlriluiM fin hH North Iolo expedition
I f vrrivcl here lndiy Admiral lri ore
r Henry I if Prussia ibis iimnng those
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IK went nt tIll tvicu ito I ii g ceremonies on
b > ird Lit viiMl Tho InJiT Secretary
of th Interior KiccUd the members of
I Ihe expedition mi behalf of the Govern i
t intnt I rot Uryicilfkl Irudrr nf the
vxpOilllliM Jiiivo n short description nj
llu w ik aci n nilinud as ulruidy I
knonn I
Kuipiriir William I ehegtt plied to Irof
Drjuilskl as ullOAn
1 HI nd yi > u iinJ ill olior niembprH of
IJIII KJUtll Iol pxiiidlllun of the < Jut uZe
t my Inlpirlul Kirt irs ia m your rotu Ill
I luine tuid uxpnH my ttit all by Gods
t win huvo nrrlvuj w eil all cafe
1 WATCHING THE FAR EAST
r
d
4 < i s ViiKliliiuliin IIrlhr riiniiil Nell
t hhqti I Iuiti UII I91 I
I
WASHINGTON Nov 2Viesideutt
Jlot sevctt and Secretary liayjure ulvim
t
WAHhlul heed to tile lPCCIIL dcvelop
incJit8111 the slltmllon In the Far Mist
i
t jt iii liiUvr tood 16yay that the MU
biJ liJ1 t was discussed briefly ut the Cab
tF inet rrievinK VeMerdiy s rctiry Hay
I > tT hldu short conference wHh the Pre i
r lipnt torday but no information coa
kf wrnlnr tho interview was dlilelosI
1 Jjeprciieiitotlves of the United atates
e Iitthhi iv Japan und Ilurala have ben
eetrf 10 communicate oromwly to
1 J 1 < vern enf v l1velo llrnrntllll
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MANY HURT IN
COLLISION
Women Trampled on in Wild
Rush to Safety While Panic
Stricken Passengers Risk
Life on Third Rail
NO OVERHEAD LIGHTS
S
ON DANGEROUS INCLINE
Accident on Brooklyn Rapid
Transit Asserted to Be Due
to the Parsimonious Policy of
Companys Managers
Tho third colll lon wlthhi aix thy on
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit system oc
curred shortly after midnight tills morn
InK on tile Inclhie at Jamaica IIndlIall
road avenues In KMI New York
I Motor train < No 1039 was standlna In
darkness on the embankment twenty
Cert above the street chan lnK from
the overiiead to thirdrail power when
train No 1116 crashed Into It from the
re r
Five pa ienKora were seriously injureil
nnd many slightly hurt In the crasli
The two rear cars of the forward train
and the front car of the rear train were
thrown from the tracks The rear car
was telescoped and the three oars niu
ninly lapd toppling over the em
bankment ti the street
rnrnlniDiiloim Iollrr
The accident wai due to the companys
par lamoo1lou policy Although trAins
Hop on the embalmment to rlMiige runt
thff nverlKaJ trolley to the third rail
iiltl are In total darkness while the
switch Is being mAde there Is not an
overhead light on the dangerous Incline
Th4 only thing to warn the molormpn
ot trnios coming from the rear Is n
semaphore nnd the two red lights on
lbs usSr of the train nut red lights
arc thick as black errles along the Jn
cline and Mototman Oliver of the rear
train seems to have paid no heed LI
nn of them thls morning The aem
phore Is raid to hove Indicated a clear
1 Ill tic
flout Trnln Were Packed
Koch train conslitod of three cars
and when the collision occurred nil of
the passengers were hulled from their
seats A shower of flying Jrlu cover
ed them and n series of explosions and
bright electric lathes Minded them
Thoe not so seriously Injured climbed
from the wrecked cars artl scampered
way over the embankment which Is
A network of charged rails The front I
train Was empty and was being switched
ontonslde truck It hal nofleft the
main Ihlell when the rear anti loaded
train crushed Into It
Men and women fought frantlenjly
to get out of the cars Women were
struck pushed thrown down ant
trampled upon by men In the struggle
to set out ot the core
Those seriously hurt who were taken
I In th hospital are
KKIID1NAND HOIINB3 No 98 Mn
Kiitt gtrect Leg fractured tore and
I badv cut Internally injured condition
sorlcus
ritEDEHICK COW1U3 No 79 Gates
ituiiue IJrooklyn IIoOlv brulaed About
I the body face and scalp cut hv lying
giuits KB rnBDEriicuc MMtmriAY NO
I2K Park place Brooklyn Knee and
hrtillit
rilKDKUICK MMURRAY No 1M2
I Iaik nliue Hrooklyn Bidlv cut about
i tile head
clTO FISHEIt Nq 47 Douglass I
nllftl Jamaica Cut about the face and
i body
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ICHOATE DINES
i BRYAN INLONnON
i
Premier Balfour and Other Not
ables in British Official Life I
Meet Nobraskan as Guts of
American Ambassador
LONDON Nov 23 Ambassador
Chonte nave a lupcheon to William Jen
nings Bryan today
I
Among the distinguished persons In
I vited tu meet Mr Hrynn were Premier
llalfour Ibo Karl of Onslow Charles T
I Hitch Sir Hobert Qlffen Sir Gilbert
iParker MiJreton Krewen Iord Den
bight Lord Mount Stephen And W L
I Courtney
The luncheon was Informal and no
speeihs were nude Mr Hryans pow
ers 04 a story teller iiulte delighted the
i Knsrllsh giiets Whether It was done
I lIlt 1111111 or othrrirlse there was a 1
I Ih of IIrhn humor In the fact that Mr
Ohoate plice Mr Ilryaii between M I
llttlfour and Mr Kltchle who hail noL
mot rlnca the Cabinet spilt I
Mr llryan ha arranged In address 1
meeting at Vhc Mansion lloiite Dublin
when he will be th KIKSI of tho liirrt
Mayor No date for tne In lti Ins lues
iKiii Uvilditl iipun
COTTON MARKET
The loil cotton market opened Htoniy
Old qt let Inday with prices I point
lower to 2 points hlRncr due ohletly to
the holldiy tomorrow Ouislle bUKlneu
was very light Cables were satisfac
tory sliowlcig that the cotton circular
l suc < l by Ntlll at New Orleans ye tfr
day had been pretty well discounted
rite eMlmaloJ port levHpts which were I
about the mine n > ui year HiJ sonic I
effect on nomlinoit for a time mull
the reports of lower spots In Alabama
tnd Mississippi ohiingivl the current of
trudo a llttl to th bear side VlVithorl
II3
was cloudy and cold through L rt belt
but not considered unfavorable
The opening prices were November
IOW offerfJ December 1096 to 1091
Jnnuary 1104 c < Id Marah 1110 to 1111
April 1103 bid May 1111 to 1112June
1110 to 1112 July 1111 to 1112 August
Osi to 1051
Tiio closlrt prices were November
1101 to 1101 December niu to lldl
January 1110 February 11i to 1113
I Mjrch 1116 In llJT April 115 to 1117
I May 1113 Juns 1115 to 1117 July
11U to 1115 Atlgutt 1085 to 10S7
I The market closeS stepjy
COUNtY DEADLOCK HOLDS
HEnKUIEn oX V Nov 2T1te
Hoard of 8upeTvlaors of Herldmer
County which has been btut une for a
I iihnlnnnn for fpurleon days without re T 1
suit adjourpoj Mo < lay until Monday
after al ipg Ufn luIIII ballot Kacll
tajlol haa rcfcuUra JnyiilflVot il tolL
A
t tL 1 i t
lOW A THE COLLISION BROOKLYN I L TRAINS OCCURRED
I IN EAST NEW yCRKIN WHICH MANY PERSONS WERE INJURED
ft
o
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n
SENATE HELO INLINE
LI BT HOUSE
Cojigrossmen Will Not Consider
Proposition to Adjourn Until
Cuban Bill Is Disposed of and
Prepare for Work
1
WASHINGTON Nov 7IIntll the I
Seniti either nntnes tho PiKian bill or
rejects that mtn urr no proposition to
adjourn the extra sexton of the Flfty
brhth Congress will be entertained by
the House of Kepreiontntlves TliU Is
the declared posltlim of the leaders oC
t o bodv today and Indicates no
fittngr In the position first taken by
SpeakerCapnon and his colleagues on
t 1 miler
AV this taCt hall become understood by
tho lndoi of the Benate there Is likely
16 ho no effort made by that body to
bring the extra session to an end until
It lapses Into thu regular session
DL 0
Hpnikor rannon Is making nil possible
speed In the organization of tho house
HlK work on the makoup of the com
mittees of that body Is progressing sat
lnfn 40Tlly Today he received thn rPc
ommonflatlons of Representative Will
lams the Democratic floor loader for
minority committee assignments and
this phase of the wvrk wile practically
corcludd nt an oxtendfd conference
with the minority lender and the
Spmker
While Sir Cannon will not make pre
dictions as to the day Iif will iinnounci
the Contmlttres those nnnounvcipcnts
are looked for Monday next
CHICAGO STRIKERS
RETURNTO WORK I
I Peace Terms Agreed Upon by I
I Arbitrators Are Ratified by
the StreetCar Men and All
Are Ordered on Duty
CHICAOO Nov MThe Chicago
treetcar mens strike was brought to
ft close today by the ratification by
thamen of n compact agreed lipon by
their leiders end repreientatlves of the
0
comptnv
After IWro i daysof turmol ervlc
on the various lines ot the Chicago City
Uallwny Company covering an urea of
llftytwn square miles was resumed
The agreement us ratified by the men
and previously mvopted by iepnieuta
tiles of the company provides for the
intttlement of thn wage uie < lIon by a
nbunl nf Arbitration Tholr present I
wages am nut to figure In tin mloiila
t1Cnbut Instead the now nolle Is to
be based on the market vnluc of the
mens service As the oompiny alms
to nay tile best wages tho new urranze
mejit It Is thought mnv iiijl result in
an advance In the pay of the employees
Clause II of tie ngreement provldCH
for the betterment of working hours
the new running schedule to be ar
ranged by the company In conference
with a committee o trainmen TIle
ompnny retains the rlxht to run ns
ninny curs ns are neoesnary nt all times
endeavoflng always thr agreement
nn to make the work UI agreeable
to Hi Inert ni In consistent with the
performance of Itsduty to the public
Tho third and last clause provides lhit
the strikers shall b taken back with
out prejudice Membership In the unlnli
I shall not constitute proper cause fort
discharge from iho conipunys employ
mont With Ihl exteptloii 114 com
hilly rntulns the right In employ Ihs
charge or discipline Its employee ns It
sees fit I
STOCKSFIRMON THE CURB
I
Prior Hilled Illnliir lint Trndliiv
Won Dull In Outalile 3lnrkrt
Dealings Inthe outside market were
firm loa with trading dull while
preesnil a trifle higher the bId uid
asked price i > f the principal outside se
curities were
llll Aikxl
American Can p nh ivi
moan Can pfJ si lut1
Or4ei 0 ConpeiT l Sf It
Marine COIr > 4i 4lj
Marino pf i isi isu
Vorth ni Hcurlllet P1 ssjj
HMndartl OH OV oin
Heaboam Air Iln I1U I
HraUoardyAIr Un pf 2 a 4IJ
Dili Klentur > as 27
OH Kltvator t > f Tel M
Tehhe i Copper i 184 Mi
trnlted Ropperii in fi
Whll C g > Ig ft
IntrtsimUgh o wOr1 an MMkiiiXv 1511 5
N > iOflean pf7fv st 1t 3
18t uiaTr lSttj U
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a i iM u r
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STOCKS ADVANCE IN
CLQSINGDEALINGS I
Industrials Which Had Been
tinder Pressure Some Drop
ping to New Bottom Records
Shared I I the Improvement
Price Imprjvcd In the late seslon on
the fjtock Kxchange today and closed
showing gains averaging almost a point
Sugar the tractions and Southern Itall
way were the best features In the final
deollna while all the railroads gave
evidence of support The Industrial
which had ben under pressure some of
the group dropping to new low records
slmrediln the advance Trading was dull
The rise In prices wits due to I report
port thatiJ3000000 In gold md been en
gaged broad for Import 0
Attacks all weakness In the Indus
trial IIpt were the features of tho mnr
ket while there was plenty tit gossip
about the Issues under pressure rIte
stocks that yen the weakest und sub
jected Uo the greatest premiiim were
Sloan ijhellleld Company JrcHfid Steel
Car rfepublli Iron A Stool American
Car Foundry Hallway Steel Springs I
Amerknii Jocxjniotlvc Company Amer
kin LihieMt Oil United States leath
er Topnessec Coal Iron Colorado
Fuel Iron and the Corn Products
Company The movements of prices
were erratic and halfpoint Jumps up
and ildTrrl EliOt oven movements of a
IfulJ polpt wer common Corn products
mjule nine ojv record both for the pre
fefred indj the cotpmon the first sell
ing at ft 7 ii n tliolrtKt at JUSll heat
ed Strtl Our ptefurrcil dropped 62 1t
ncvulfilc lon l Slclflt to 385i
American Ujciimollve prefirrB droppeil
4 Jik iwlrrtii to US 1Zi Kallyaj ntcel
Springs left tVl1tlT from 73 at the open
Ing1 to er i dVop bf 0 poluts After
these iiillnes had ben recorde there
were Inlmoil lnstnncej n sharp rally
The announcement that Colorado Fuel
had sol4ein igh land to provide I with
funds needed It was thought would help
tlin stock but It did not and the later
announcement that the sale had not
been rijfllyftnade but was only tfntn
live oaibodtlio shales to nag I
The tijtal sales of slock were 3t1K4
shales irnil < > bonds JJISlWJ
The CloBlnK QllolntIon
Tui1 yt hlgh M loweSt ant rlo lnK price
ana net chantei unit yintvnJayii closing
price iOcIl ar ifroni last recorded ale art rlolnl
0
II Net
l With lo > T ChIc Ohgf
Ainal Iopinr vt 17s lS + K
Am ll tA itef 114 < 41 j + rr
Am HHeC If s7i M S7J + tl
Am riugar 1 > h171i Hiiv +
a IUMI Ir i ii l2i I +
Ateii r k C n iL J TujJ urijj J i
A T r P pf 5Is sii xiS
Halt 5 QhlnA 71J lt TS + t
hell v Uhlo f Wtfc K7N h 7i I
tr
liklyn UBII TBIII al isC aiu L
ran ruiiir IKS UN n I
111 BUI 4 aUlV ai lL tin Out5 i f
Chi I iwi iilT is is
irhlf I W B i7S T IT + I
U Mf c lHt 3 IW1 ilL Ills i 4
e IT ft HI IVpf 17J 17J 17 i
11 hi I i ii lI
1011
Deli A III C1 lllS lli i ltu a T I
IlGTi mi r nr ii7 117 iir I
Krle ilf s l7 M ill +
llrl lutPT l m U Oil r r
rjrlc 21 t i IMU N 4 1 k
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lxml > Nali lll1V I h 1u1i T t 1
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llhl n 1J ul Iol I I + t
Metro III JtUC110 IIS lill I fct
I M K it Jr if i8 > J iiuj iiii
MO Ifr > sus sn HtK + it
+
I Norfolk i tWet 10 SU Ml
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out t V y > U It u S joii IL j + i
remi > 7TTTflA Jllv ll ir U4 i r N
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It 111
itiaiilni l 4ijij aiu iiiK + NU
iniiUIn lit itl W 7S 7 I
Iliocl lnlilll1 it illi J4 + 1
ItocV tlnnrt Pf Wi M Mi < t
Southern rarltlc 4114 4414 t3S +
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Iolilh ItJ1iWi iu 1M i + I
rtouth 1UIJ pdi 7U4 71V 7ii + 1 J
SI F M lIt 41 1 41 IJ
Tenn C 5 I 27 Jj VU 4 21 ij 1
m
tillti AtI ii i1 t 7hi i + I
tnlon Jaclfle pf Mti MU sat + i
II I Iealh r 11 n4 7
U 8 Ifttthtr iPC Th 7a T II
I 1 14 HINI I In I + I
II I Htee pc > 1 I ΒΌ M 5
abul JPt IU A4 II I
I Ijtgiii f U1 1ST
1W tin Tel I3ts tt pt
i4 en I 1 hih Jiii I t
t vOl TII st t I J1 r l
+ Adi IC o DecllPs T4
I 1
TEMPERANCE WAVE HITS 1
TWO BIG DOWNTOWN WARDS
t
Ten Thousand Men and Women Have Signed
the Pledge in Tom F leys Bailiwick
I
The greatest revival the city has
cnown In years Is now In progress In
he lower wards of the city the Paullst
Fathers conducting dully meetings In
St JamessChurch In tho Fourth and
Seventh Wnrds nlono 10UOO men und
women fiuve signed n pledge not to I
drink for I year and the majority of
theso nersons were reclaimed to the
chinch titter ears of Indifference
Thu parish priests were becoming le
I couraged at the growth of vice nnd
after many onferenhes determined that
nothing but n long series of revival
meetings with wellknown leaders could
stir up the latent spIrit of the church
The itcv A I Doyle has had charge
of thin remarkable turks O meetings
which Is now in Its fourth week
Father Doyle went to the lower part
of the city just before fclectlon to map
out the work ll found that tho mel
were strongly bound In politic and
his first overjures were inadu to the
Tammany leaders lllg Tim Foley prom
I ised his support and so did Senator
Dan nlnnluti an others
In the Church sceiifd have been en
acted that 1n without parallel In this
I city Crlmlpals dyed In the wool mel
who had long forgotten what tho Inside
of a church was like have been found
kneeling nt the altar with other re I
generates Women nlso were brought
Into the fold nraj youog men and girls I
who were wi the way to spirItual de
struction through Intemperance have I
given tlfelr wtwd on the book that they
will reform
0 Bad Molt Is lledirniFil
The bad man of the district has
been taken hold of by the Iaullst I
WANT CRAM TO TESTIFY
Coiinapl rnr Igntl Muys He Ic > c
unry VltiieuN In hock use I
Arguing for an adjournment until
January of the trial of the citys sut
against Joseph I gln to set aside the
thirty years lease by the CramMurphy
Dock Board to him of the bulkhead
North River Twentyeighth to Twenty
ninth street at STA a year exSenator
T C OSulllvan today tola Justice
Tiuax thtit John rierireiint Crarti was mi
absrilutclv necessary witness for tIle de
fens He raid Mr Cram had 0 gone to I
Awlstant Corporation Counsej Fxlwnrd
J Mcaulre Insisted tliitl Mr Cram nas
not a necessary wltnww lie teClUrtl
that Kguti was only a dummy for soniC
1111
iSfion In the Dock Department at
te5n 11 Ht Dellltmen1
Llmt JWll and that Lhe lease was the
result of 0 onsplmc
Jiist e TrSSrKi1 the Postpone
men 0
0 WHEAT MARKET
Wheat opened fairly notfve nnd firm I
today with Iho crowd rfivorlng shorts
In aiitlclpatlon of the holiday tomor
row and on hit firmness of Knsllsh
<
< abloi The outside markets were all
higher chiefly on Mic small spring 1
0 wbjM re elms today Steadiness
wlat
miirk lvth9orenlns of corn
murl
I Now Yorkts opening prices wcrclc
cember wheat W May R3 34 to I
SjnSt July t 16 hlt >
Clilcngos opentpg prices were reI
Oriental Rugs
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN
0
balanceon dims to putt your convenience
venience For the next few daya We
have some Special bargain which
Will inteNet 10 W cnu any ru
to your home on approval and at f
U onour cradualpiijrmentplan nlal
0 esil or aenfor buokiet 0 Oriental
F llKbhiBNTAI IMPOliTlNO CO
0 ulrfeflmportera otOiienut Hun
tSLr 0 2gWurthnvenue i t New York U
I
Fathers and he too has fallen under the I
spell Scoffing at the sudden reforma
tion of his friends he steadily refused
to come jtllilh the sacred preclncs ot
the Church But the Fathers were de
termined to get him They sent his
friends after him and every time thay
failed the Fithers Insisted that they
try ajnln
1 One night the bad man was kept up
until an early hour of t lie morning
by the reformed friends Then they
brought him round to the church lie
wns > told to look Inside This be did
after great urging What he saw astonished
tonished him Kneeling In devout
prayer were his forer friends all of
whom had felt the kind words of the
priests and had changed their mode of
living
I Ilepnhie n lets I en I
i Th Fathers argued with him and
before long he too was one of the peni
tents He came back last night he
knelt at the altar rail and waited for
mass Then he left tbe church admit
ting that ho was ready to Ight for the
cause of temperance with the rest ot
the pledge signers
He said that lie was only dolns the
same thing that Tom Foly was < oing
ami that he was ready to fall tn lino
with such men when aood work was to
be done TJie priests he told his
friends had such an Influence over him
that he couldnt resist their final ap
peal
At the end of the week3000 men had
enrolled themselves In the church and
had promised to abstain from drink
some for six months some Cora year
nnd some for longer The followitg week
as many women were brought back to
the fold confessing many sin
cember wheat 797S July 7478 Slay
7D 3S to 7J 11 bcccmber corn a afr
to 43 BS May 45 to 42lp
New Yorks closing prices were Wheat
I May S3 58 July 79 34 December
S7 58 Corn May 47oS December
43 14
Chicagos closing prices were Wheat
December DJ 12 bId May DI8 to
9 It July it 12 bil Corn mebl
U 3t December U 8 l to U 78 Jan
itar 10 12 tl H 68 to U 34 July
41 3S bid
Ol GLORY FURLED
fOR FIRST TIME
I Battery Flagpole from Which It
So Proudly Floated Evacu
I 0
ation Day Is Down and Pa
triots Are Sad
The flag which for em muny yearn hts
floated proudly over the flattery on Nov
II In commemoration of Evacuation Day
was furled today Crumpled Int n
email wad It rested In thedeC pocket
of 1 policeman and not eel once did It
flutter In the breeze
The Historic Society and members ut
the Old Guard who on years gone by
have raised Olrl Glory ofl the historic
pot on the Mattery from which the
British embarked were nowhere In
sight this morning at days dawn whn
the ting was dUe to be mined Nor
was tho flagship there Instead there
wall a greathole and at the bottom of
the bole were gangs of Italians who
represented the night shift of worker
employed on the tunnel to Brooklyn
AVIth thfi fins draped aboUt his arm
j Ivera Donlan 1 loyal American
who las the Irish Society Is the most
patriotic oc aU American societies
weiidet his way across Battery Park
He walked to the spot where for many
jcars he has nccn tho flap raised on
the pole
ple
Where Is It1 he sld Then he
gazed about ami wrlked 1 step fur
I JJier to find himself at thy mouth of
a yawning dItch Far down In the
dlljji he < saw lie ItalIans
Where is lr yelled Mr Van Ian
Wheres what dskeU the foreman
the only man in the ditch who had
English at his command
The flagpole returned Mr Don
Ian
its torn own came from the
ditch
ditchMr Ponlan waited for an hour or
mol Then he hunted up a police
T Take care of this ho said Its
Old 0 Glory hut site will have a rest
today theres nothing doing and
Mr < Donlan walked dejectedly away
SAYS EMPLOYER
STOLE HIS WIFE
Now Former Coachman Kubert
Sues Charles Lighte for I
Damages Which He Places
at 10000
My bo s rave me ole money and
s me for a six months visit to the
fnthfrland Peter Kubert one time
ccnrhmnn to Charles IlKhte seltzer
min Mid today on the stand In the
tal of hIs suit for 110000 damages for
alienation of his wifes affections
1 he boas cave vhic a bag full of
nonty He said there was J200 In I
but I must not oenl until the shin
sot out of the harbor I thought Mr
ilKiite was awful cood but when I
b1t
opened the bag of cold It lad thirty
sex en silver quarters In It and nothing
el
Well I camp back as soon ns I
could I was away four months When
1 cot home my door wan locked to me
T broke It down with an axe ly wife
Mnrcnerlta was not there
I found that she was living iAlm
her mother in Harlem Once nt a party
to celebrate my wiles birthday Mr
Llchte made a speech and presented I
gold watch to my wit Another time
I Clime home to dinner and when I
opened the door I saw the boss with
hi arm around my wifes neck When
I Licked she said He Is the bus
On crossexamination Kubert admitted
divorce two
he hall sued his wife for
pars ago and the case hod liefer been
pressed to trial
The defendant Charles Mghte lives
at No 836 Biuhwlck avenue Brooklyn
He is a member of the firm of Lighte
Urotherc a mineral water firm and
wealthy
GALE AND SNOW UPTHE STATE
FARMEB N Y Nov 2A storm
which nhnwt reached the proportions
of 1 blizzard prevaIled last night There
was It llght snow but the wind blow a
gals and the mercury early today stood
at 16 above
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I On thanksgiving Day
0 uh bet r not to eat too much
i 0 ijiitSf you dp1 you will find relief
e
thlihventY minutes and es
0 hthe evl of tomorrow if you
f
I sal C aSR1PANS tabule
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I When the First Symptom
0 I f 0
I l t Of Discomfort Appears
I 0 AH druggists seiyhemv w 0
I s I The 5 < nt package is enough
I I to convince yop that they 0
I will dbasadvcttisefj I J v f 1 t t I
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lOOOOnUGOSSIP 2
SUTIS I
Emil Wolf Got a Judgment by
Default Against Six Capital
ists Because They Ioglbctpd
to Enter a Defense 0
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The sl i capitalists loFoph c ltiby
J Walter iMtiorrivilVPlll Vlzeri t
Joicpli 11 Uaj0cc lowicd M RreVii i
antI WJIIIam K liitiroj > asun iwh < tn j 0
IuJ sccuroil a Juiismcnt by Ic
fault for ltOuIJa ilamascs In his suit
for mtillclnus gniislp hul the cis > Tt
opened In the Supreme Court o Wnjtn J
Plain They put in tin answer to Mr
Wolt complaint
Mr 14olre tC suit grew or of J
the Imrhrjisratlon of the Tnltnl States I
Eirlrklrt Company During the cfiil 4
strike last winter Mr Wolf Invontol hn l
Inllaminablu brick It was mode of coal i
dust Then he sccureiltli tacking ot
tiitt dnfCinhiiitii In the present suit nnl C
tncnrpnrnloil the Hricklet CJomjinJiy1 I
Some tlms ago his barkers withdrew1
from ti3 corporntiun and It cpllapsod
lie cndojvorcil to Incorporate nncHlier
company but fillnl He oWms that ala
failure was dub to tho millclous gosrl
of bitt former backers I fFo j
The dafcndants through their coun 1
sel Woods liarmn Ileane Callaghan
ol No 27 William street put In anr
nrjuper to Mr Wiltscharges toilay
In which they awHcn itlaat thY dill nq
withdraw from the Hrlcklct ctrrponvtlon
until the brfcklct hul proved to tt n
failure 11 deny Ijmt they ulttorei I
nny malicious jrostlp aqttint Mr Wolf r
or his hrlcklot Thf suit will be tried
In the Whltn Ilalns Cuurt When tin i
slit was beiun the defjviilinils w r a I
day late In putting In their onswcr and
thereforo1 the floyOfXX jitdgmcnt c
against them by dpfiiilt jiment I J
BLAZE CLEVELAND I
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CUEVKIAND Nov 2i Flrc esrly t < V
day destroyed 1 rag warchpuj JJi i
dozen dwolilngs ton Oreennpod Street
near Scovll avenue In several vnut
thcpollcc succeeded In arousing sleeplnsi
people relyin time to savu < their hive
The financial lits will not exceed Sirflfl
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0 will bo pleased 1
Sets of Teeth double suction 3
Gold Crowns 3
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Hours 9 AM to 8 PM Sundays 10 133
44 East 14th St near Broadway I
J7I Broadway ror Cortlandl St X r
Your Eyes
should not be intrusted to a
salesman Our prescriptions are
written Opticians by Oculists and 0 tilled by
Gasses Only if Needed 1 Up r
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