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I I THEWORLD t lHU SpAY EVENING FEBTtD33CYI51906
4 OWf DENIES
r j Hf ORDfRfD OQPE
I E 1 FOR LOU DILLON
F I t Memphis Secretary Does
0 t Not Know Man Who
Said He Did So
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i f SCANDAL GROWING HOT
c Veterinarian Swears He Gave
Belladonna to Mare Before I
L Race for Cup
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IKr BILLINGS QUITS BOARD
Owner of Trotter Resigns from
I Body That Will Investigate
i Memphis Race
Murray Howe Secretary of the
Memphis Racing Association who has
brought craiges of doping Lou Dillon
lit the Gold Cup meet against E E
Bmathera boiled over with Indignation
today when he read tho Son Francisco i
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0 despatch In whldi he was accused by a
> j i Ireterlnary surgeon with having ordered
1 the mare drugged at the great cham
I pionship race In which she was defeated
I f by GmatherVft Major Dnlmar
I This accusation Is contained In an
I affidavit sworn to by A H F hr who
declares that he was the official veter
inary surtreon for the Memphis Racing
t Association at tho time Lou Dillon was
defeated and that Mr Howe had or
I dered that the mare be treated for the
I thump by being dosed with belladonna
1 Fehr iwore that he administered the
dose at Mr Howe direction
I Thats a lie from start to finish
cried Secretary Howe after reading the I
I t veterinary1 affidavit Why I dont
vn recall the existence of any such
nan The official veterinary surgeon for
r our association was Dr Louis Schelb
L1 lor Mr Hllllngss veterinary was Dr
I Tanner of Cleveland Where this man
Fehr dropped from I hove not the faint
est Inkling His statement Is so ab
surdly false that It passes belief that
be could have made It
Wasnt Near Lou Dillon
Why I had nothing whatever to do
0 with the horses I was running the
meeting I < id not even go near Lou
< Dillon Arter the first heat was run In
the championship race the judges or
dered LoaJHUon before them and asked
Dr Schelbier If there was anything the I
matter with her He said that she had
the thumps which Is a contraction or
the diaphragm due to excitement
The Judges asked If It would harm
the mare to run In another heat Tho
veterinary said that It would be a risk
and advised against It Lou Dillons
owner Mr lMll > gs stood bj and hear
tho udvKo of Dr SchelblT but he would
not give heed to It and eild
1 will race for the cup anyway ani
settle this thing right now Then ho
raced Lou Dillon when he had been ad
vised that she was In no condition and
ought to be sent bock to the born
This II the astonishing affidavit of
Veterinary Fehr which has further com
plicated the already Intricate racing
caudal
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After the first beat between Major
I Ddmar and Lou Dillon was trotted I
wu Bmatnoned by Murray Howe in a
great hurry Mr Howe seemed excited
0 > I and th first thing ha sold to me was
1 t tfcat Lou Dillon had an attack of the
1 thutnpa or what wa technically terra
I In ths profession spasmodic contraction
of the diaphragm
I I I want to tho stall where the mare
I bad btn taken Immediately utter the
I first heat She was closely guarded by a
I paclol ofOotr and Murray Howe who
I tro at the time the personal representa
I tive of Mr Billing directed me to
I treat the mare for the thumps I exam
laid aad Lound nothing wrong with the
m more than sonic nervousness such
Sg anr torse would ohow altar coming
I h out of a hard rae
J Belladonna Wa Given
tY ¼ Mr Bow Insisted that the mare
is should ba treated far the thumps and of
I cows it U commonly known that
i belladonna U the drug used In web
I J eaMS It U also common knowledge
that such a drug will deaden any
1 animal and kill cpeed Therefore act
I Ins under orders I administered a
mall dose of the drug wblch wa sat
t I fieient to kill tho speed of the strongest
I and fastest horse in the world for the
I
j time being Under these conditions It
I a wai impossible for Lou Dillon to win
I3 if the UemphU 15000 gold cup
L C It O Dllllnga retired yesterday 03
ii3P a member of the Board of Review of
c i tho National Trotting Association which
J Is holding Its biennial meeting at the
r Murray lull Hotel The Investigation
1 I into the cbargea that Lou Dillon wa
r drugged or tampered with before her
1 race with Major Delmar will be made
I by the Board of Review and as an In
C terestod party Mr Billing believed
that he could cot apropn ely alt on
t > i > Joard For that reason he reSigned
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THE HAMMER DOG
PIPNT 5PTA7PI1C
HORSE AND MULE
RESENTED HIS SNORE
Nick Slapped Mr Brooks in
the Face and Threw
Him Out
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What strange sort of animated mum
my is thts mused Magistrate Breen In
the Harlem Court today when the
sewn bandaged and splinted verisimili
tude of Joseph Brooks was supported
to the bar and propped into an angle
against the bench Then there untolded
Itself from the lint and cotton and from
the more coherent lips of a pofllceman
a story of horse Interest
For many years Joseph Brooks has
boon a stableman deleting his attention
to every sort of equine breed In the
stables at One Hundred and Fiftysec
ond street and McOjmbs Dam road
Recently he has had twelve boarders of I
quiltty running the gamut of aristoc
racy from Nick the big black percheron I
to Irene the lapeared mule I
Friends of his youth crossed Mr 1
BrooKss path lost night and the oc
casion became a convivial one When
at midnight he found his homeward
path the Burface of the land rose and
fell In uncertain billows guiding lamp
posts danced wild flgurcs about him
the stars dipped down and twinkled at
his cars But the Instinct tlyit directs
the foot of those that stray safely
over pitfalls and along the brink of
precipices was a kind pilot to Brooks
No Company for Nick
He reached his stable and found the
padlock on the door In a moment ha
was wavering along the narrow dimly
lighted al le between the rows of
stalls seeking the ladder to his loft
nJboie The boarders were curled upon
their beds of straw dreaming of oceans
of oats and Incidental equine delight
Comlnx to his ladder the stableman
found It a thing ally Inspired with the
fell purpose of eluding his grasp Again
and again he sprang at It and tackled
low but wickedly slipped aside and
he crashed Into the water butt Emerg
ing with cycles In his hair a happier
Idea evolved behind his cooled brow
Ha would sleep with his favorite Nick
the black percheron and obtain com
munal warmth from tile oontact It
wa little more than a quarter of a
mile to the stall by the way he follow
ed but be desperately gained the ob
Jootive and cast himself upon the straw
Mslde the great black bone
Mr Brooks snores Few men snore
louder Nick awoke and to his sensi
tive nostril there arose the Incidents
to his muter1 snore Being a tem
perate water loving horse be was
offended and rising to hili feet he
slapped UM stableman on the cheek
quite gently with one of his great
OUR SCHOOLS
Is1
Advance Over China Is
Due to Educational Sys
ttem They Say
The Imperial High Commissioners
Tuan Fong and Tat Rungohl and the
tall of fifty secretaries and military at
taches to thtlr official klto Ailed from
our shores today on tho Homburg
American liner Bluochr to continue their
educational and Industrial Investigation
in Germany Russia Austria and Italy
The HamburgAmerican line pier
was a waving field of Chinese pajamas
when the party of envoys from the
Dragon Kingdom sailed There were
delegations of celestials from all over
tho country to see the two high com
missioners off and tho roar of fare
wells that Issued from yellow throats
roused memories of saw mills In fur
Ions toll
Foreheads were bowing and salaam
Ins on gangplanks and string pieces
pigtails became Involved and polite
blows were exchanged mountains of
luggage wore frisked about by husky
porters and baggage smashers some
of the pieces colliding with Chinese
smiles and wearing away the joy on
the craven faces
Rivalries Are Forgotten
Delegations of the rival tongs so far
forgot themselves as to embrace In
tha excitement ot the moment
Even Mock Duck was there disguised
In a new suit ot green pajamas and
be so far forgot himself as to accept a
cigar from Tom Lee though he later
recovered hlmseJt and broke It In two
to release a flavoring bomb
Tua Fans awl Tai Hun chl were
as radiant as Japanese babies and
talked quit freely to an Evening
I World reorbsrt JI aretsjy i See satIng
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hoofs Though his jaw wo dislocated
Brooks slept on
Irene Resented Intrusion
Nick reached down and gathered the
folds of Brooks s trousers In his teeth
flung him up in the air and let go De
scending In a sitting posture on the
prongs ot a pitchfork the stableman I
awoke angry Ho kicked Nick and a
second or so later won meditating In
another part at the stable on horse In
gratitude and the sting of metaled
noofe
But he was aWl heavy with sleep and
looked about for another bed Irene tho
mule had not awakened Finding a cosy
corner near Irenes heals the stabeman
again dropped into slumber and the
band played on The mule become con
scious and her name was Irene
No mortarhurled catapult could i
have passed more neatly through the
stable door Brooks found conscious
ness In a world of n million stars He
was out upon the Icy pavement wltn
spllters of door In his mouth hair I
and other features of his anatomy
some of which ware missing A little
later he Has rambling aUug the Icy
pavement and stumbled In the way
of Policeman Droggennnn
I
Victim of a Cyclone
Bruggerman ha seen relics of dis
I aster but this was thf most uxnnlete
Vat vas It asked tho German cop
I I nan assaulted murmured Brooks
dodging a comet and falling at the pa
I trolmans feet
Bruggerman got him to the station
house and informed ths sergeant he
had a fine assault case
Who assaulted you asked tho ser
geant with upraised pen
Nick and Irene responded the sta
bleronn between naps
Nick and Irene who persisted the
man behind the blotter
Nick and Irene Brooks was tho
feeble answer
Your dilldrenT
Naur a horse and a mule The
sergeant swore and sent for an am
bulance Dr Newfeldt of the J Hood
Wrlpht Hospital came and busily
stitched and bandaged Into the little
hours of the morning
When It had all been made clear to
Magistrate Breen he discharged the
prisoner declaring that ha was more
to be pitied than censured
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MRS AARON BLAIR DEAD
WASHINGTON D C Feb ISMrs
Aaron Blair of Indianapolis a atster of
the wife of Oan Lew Wallace died
suddenly In her rooms at the Cochran
Hotel yesterday of apoplexy
She was spending the winter herewith
with her husband and her alster Mrs
Henry S Lane whose husband once
represented Indiana In the United
States Senate airs Blair was alxty
eight years old
TRIED TO SWIM
BACK TO ATHENS
Greek Put Ashore Leaped
Into Water When Mother
Waved to Him
George Cochlnca a Greek felt eo bad
about not being able to accompany his
mother to his door Athens when she
sailed today on the French liner La
Savole that he tumped Into tho river
and swam after toe departing vessel
Before the boat got away from Pier
No 41 the officers had a lively time
to prevent Cochlnes from stowing him
self ajway He was first noticed In tho
steerage where he was bidding a
pathetic farewell to his mother oven
after tho warning gong had rung and
other xlsltors were hurrying down the
gangplanks
He was hustled out but while the
gangplanks were being hoisted man
aged to slip aboard again This time
he became Involved In the first cabin
and La Savolo was well away from the
wharf before he was discovered A
rope ladder was let down to a scow for
him and he was Shaken onto it
He fell In a heap of coal but picked
himself up and began waving his hands
frantically to his mother She waved
a blue bandanna In return and this so
affected George that he leaped Into the
ice < oated motor He struck out val
iantly until he bumped Into a big cake
of Ice Then he sunk
But a rescue party was after him
with boathooks and ropes and he was
hauled out when he came up for the
third time An ambulance hurried him
to St Viaoenti Hospital and when ho
recovered consciousness he moaned In
tireless repetition I want to go back
to my dear Athens I want to go buck
with mamma He Is fortysix years
old and lives at No ill Washington
street
PRAISED BY CHINESE ENVOYS v
CHINESE ENVOY THROUGH EVENING WORLD
PRAISES OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
His Excellency Titan Fong Viceroy of the great provinces of Fon
Chang and Tonkin just before Bailing today askod to bo allowed to
pay this tribute to the United States through The Evening World
Always our wonder has grown greater that the American people
have such a magnificent and stupendous system of education Now we
begin to see how It Is that these western countries In 100 years have
been able to surpass Chinese civilization which was at least 500 years In
advance to begin with Everybody in America seems to be always read
Ing a newspaper and I consider this one of the greatest features of the
countrys wonderful system ot education
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aa Interpreter The Viceroy said bow
Ing and gesturing with Oriental grace
I have ben very much amused by
the pictures appearing In your paper
My secretaries explained them to me
with some difficulty but I and my tel
lowcommissioner were at last able to
understand tho humor of them Every
body In America seems to be always
reading a newspaper and I consider
this one of the greatest features of the
country wonderful system of educa
tion i ant glad to be able to convey
my final message to the American peo
ple through your paper
I Courtesy Everywhere
So much courtesy and kindness has
been shown to UB and to our tall mean
Ing suite by every ont from San Fran
cisco to New York Unit I am at u loss
to express my appreciation Wo have
said os much already concerning our
mlaslon to America that I do not know
what I can add on that subject but an
other subject of Immense Importance Is
the relation of our opletthe people
of China and tho people of the United
Utatis
There Is much talk here as weU as In
China I find about the bad feeling be
tween the two oeoplea Rut IhaTII
studied this situation very carefully and
Want to Bay 1 am glril u > Me that this
feeling exists nly In the lower strata I
of society The people of hIgh class I
and influence In China do not share tho
sontlmwit I am sure while I am con
vinced that thee 1s true la Aro rka
Tbo trouble la CJoJaa u Mak of
f f i > i t 2l
the fielltifr against America Is not
only confined to the lower classes but
Is local In extent I do not ballovo
anything can happen that will shake
In the slightest degree the warm friend
ship that hay existed between the two
natlonn for so Ionic though I would
like to see the United States construe
the Chinese exclusion laws a little less
stringently
To Study European Methods
But our purpose In coming to this
country was to study your educational
system We will continue these stud
lei abroad We are accredited for the
purpose to Germany Russia Austria
and Italy We po there wit htho BIUIIO
credentials He brought to this coun
try We do not expect to rain the
same Inspirations we found In America
In one of these countries Russia no
will alto study the methods of form
Inc a free government wheN one IG be
In ionned
The Vlcaerov paused for a moment
and smiled In the broad told of his
kimono slew Thi n he ran on Our
studies on this subject will be purely
sociological and not political
Secretory Sze said their excellencies
would pay unofficial visits to England
and France They will remain several
seeks In Purls hnro they will conduct
a Rub rosa Investigation Into Parisian
manners and customs
I think their Most HIah Kxsellencles
will have a fine time In Paris laid
Secretary Sac winking both eyes It
will be a little bit of play to them for
tl nvestloju not bo conducting any official
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No Bow Wow for Johnny
Till Prices Come Down
Oh daddy wouldnt buy me a bowwow
Oh daddy wouldnt buy me a bowwow
I had a little cat and Im very fond of
that
But I want a bowwmwwowwowwawl
From Johnnys Lament
Of course daddy wouldnit buy one
Neither would Sister Marie who had
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every reason In the world to keep on
the good side of Brother Johnny
Why wont Sister Marie buy Jtohnny
a bowwow7
Because she went to the Dog Show
to get him one and when abe regained
consciousness after she heard the price I
of the one Johnny had selected she
had ro be carried out where tho air of 1
Madison avenue could restore her
You see Johnny wanted a bowwow
as was a bowwow a nice IronJawed
canine that could lick any other canine
In the vicinity of One Hundred and
Eleventl street Sister Marie being
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wise in the ways of bargain counters
and special sales of chiffons and luvely
I French voiles descended upon the Gar
den with a nice tendollar bill In her
purse and a heart overflowing with
gratitude for favors received
Didnt Have the Price
When Marie all smiles approached
Frederick K Rice and selected a per
fect dear of a Boston terrier her heart
stopped beating mJien she was gently
informed that Fosco had Just been sold
for 1500 Maries face dropped with
an Imitation of Rodney Merlin under
jaw Rodney Merlin costs only the
mere trifle of 5000
Ulster Marie discovered a dog Just
like that one Johnny wanted He was
a darling bulldog and his name was
Ted IV
How much 7 she asked
Hes worth COOO was the reply
Havent you anything cheap In bull
dogs nailed Sister Marie In tears
a bull and I 1
1 ve prmlsed Johnny pup
cant disappoint him Hell tell dread
fuj things if I dont keep my promise
Its something cheap you want miss
Well hero a bargain In Boston bull
terriers the like of which youve never
seen lIes a mere puppy and you can
have 111m for 1350 suroly thats a bar
gain
Onward atlll onward wended poor
sweet Mari
Once more her eye fell upon a dog
she knew would strike Joy to Johnny
heart His name Is Vet but alas
when Marie heard the price she fled on
again
jjeaa me to the English bulldogs
the obliging sister murmured Johnny
cant be particular Heres one that
needs his teeth stralchtened Im sure
I can get him cheap
Heywood Belle just over from Eng
land the pride of the Ootbam Ken
nels licked her white Jowls and shot a
reproachful loak at Marie
Two thousand Oil Johnny Johnny
I must be dreaming I cant get a
puppy that donH coat more than halt of
BETTER THAN PIE
Not Only the New Food but tht Good
Wife as Well
When they brought the new food
GrapeNuts Into tho house the hus
band sampled it first and said Its I
better than pie When It brought
back the glow of health to the wlfo
cheeks his admiration for it and her
was Increased so sho says and the
rest of her story follows
From childhood I was troubled
with constant and often acute Indi
gestion and when my baby was born
It turned out that he had Inherited
the awful ailment
A friend told me of GrapcNuts
and I invested in a box and began
to eat according to directions It
was after only a few clays that I
found my longabused stomach was
growing stronger and that the at
tacks of Indigestion were growing
less frequent and in nn Incredibly
short time they ceased altogether
With my perfect digestion restored
came strong nerves clear active
brain the glow of health to my
cheeks and I know I was a better
wife and mother and more agreeable
to live with under the new conditions
When the boy came to be 10
months old he developed such an ap
petite his dyspepsia disappeared
with mine that his mothers milk 1
was not sufficient for him He re
jected all baby foods however till I
tried GrapoNuts food ut husbands
suggestion The youngster took to It
at once and has cnten it daily over
since thriving wonderfully on It Ho
now demands It at every meal and
was much put out when he dined at
a hotel a few days ago because the
waitress could not fill his order for
flrapoXuta Name given by Postum
Co Battlo Creek Mich
Tberefc a reason
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our whole ancestral estate up in Sulli
van County
I You can have one of Heywood
Belle pups for 1700 miss eald the
exhibitor If Its a present for a gen
tleman youre after you cant find any
thing that will suit better
Im sure youre Joking gasped
Marie You certainly make a reduc
tion on damaged goods How can you
expect anyone to pay full rico for a
do with teeth like tnai and his legs
bowed to a clrcla
Well I can give you a nice pup for I
175 miss but he wont be any of Hey
wood Belles stock
Seventyflve dollars Think of the
new Rajah silk gowns and the horse
hair hats Iw would bring
If theres a man In this building Im
going to find him quoth Marie
Now beautiful French bulldogs with
their lovely bat ears are Just too dear
for anything Marie knew Johnny would
be nvflsfled after all Tha J10 In her
purse onco more burned In her fingers
French puppies 7 Sixty dollars up
No barsaln hunters need apply was
the Information she received
It was a bitter day for sweet Marie
Nothing doing In the dog line When
Champion La Roche Thomas Lawsons
prize winner who couldnt be bought
for 3000 was led from the ring Marie
b > gan to wonder where she was
Crackers Broadway at 7000 and a
few other such expensive luxuries
wandered past her as In a daze
Heres a beauty for 10000 she
heard Reggie Vanderbilt commenting
to a frlcrd
Didnt Recognize R H D
Marie didnt know It was Reggie nor
did she recognize Richard Harding
Davis who was going Into mild ecsta
sies over some of the hlgliprfted bull 1
dogs She didnt even notice Harry
jTh vr and his bride Evelyn Nesbltt
Thaw talking about thousanddollar
dogs as If they cost that many cents
Why 10 wouldnt buy a blanket for
one of these here bulldogs explained
an attendant Youd better get a
mutt outside It youre looking for a I
present at 510 This Is no bargain coun I
tel And did little Johnny get his bulldog
He did not
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ofeef
may be served in
soups gravies etc at
the cost to each per
son of about one
cent a meal
A penny that earns
big health dividends
Sold by all Druggists
and Grocers
ARMOUR COMPANY
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Bode and Bedding
PaIES Goor CREDIT I
Upholstery Goods
Everything for Housekeeping
LOWEST PRICES LONGEST CREDIT
West Street Hear 6h Ave
BROOKLYN STORM
Ff tbulh Ave Aw FuJton street
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FIRE CHIEF DIES
ANSWERING ALARM
Veteran Cheswell of Boston Do
partment Stricken with Heart
Trouble While on Duty
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BOSTON Feb 15TVM1 responding
to an alarm early today Chief William
I T Chosnell ol the Boston Fire De
partment was stricken with heart
trouble and died while being taken to
tho relief hospital
Chief Cheswell had been connected
with the Kiro Department since 1862
and CWef since 1901 and was one of the
Ixwtknown Hrellghtere In tho country
lIe was sixtythree years old
Joseph Arthur Slightly Defter
It was said at the Hotel Normandle
last evening that the condition of
Joseph Arthur tho playwright showed
slight Improvement and tho doctors
think he has an even olfance for life
Spring Styles
Omitu et BoBltu
Celebrated fiats
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Will Be Shown
Saturday Feb 17
Dunlap Styles lead
in fashionable headwear
p
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BARGAINS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
GUARANTEED TAFFETA SILK PETTICOATS all shades and black
Value S50 at 395
WOMENS AND MISSES ETON OR PONY SUITS in cloth cheviots
or panamis half or threequarters sleeve jacket satin or taffeta lined
new circular skirt Value J2000 1495
WOMENS FIND LAWN AND LACE CHEMISETTES Value 49c for 5
WOMENS NECKWEARSpangled and Lace Stock Collars with
tabs Value 25c at each 10
WOMENS FINE IRISH LINEN INITIAL AND EMBROIDElU
HANDKERCHIEFS in wreath designs Value 25c at 1273
WOMENS VICI KID BUTTON SHOES patent tip French he
value 3SO for 198
MISSES AND CHILDRENS VICI KID BUTTON AND LACE SHOES
patent tip spring heel narrow widths only Value 200 for 98
West 125th St 7th and 8th Aves
CAMMEYER 11
OS1 Ave Con SGfe Sg 111
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Hosiery Sale 1
Fine Imported
Hosiery for Men and Women I
At Sacrifice Prices
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This sale includes all the most desirable imported
staple and fancy effects Every pair a positive bar
gain New standard of merit goods
Womens Regular 100 and fC
125 Hose os os 5C
Women s Regular SOc
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Hose 2 7
4 Pairs for 100
Mens SOc Fancy Lisle Half
I Hose os half2 5c 1
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< 4 Sale of J
SHOES at
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All Sizes All Styles
All Leathers
350 and 40dd Lots
t I Reduded to 235
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Broadway Houston St
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THE CALL OF THE WORLD
In 1905 the twent > third year of The Worlds continuous growth since Its
uplifting began in ISS3 it printed in its morning and Sunday editions only it
34680 columns of advertising an increase of 04984 columns divided Into
1134050 single paid advertisements a gain over 1904 of 200310
The New York newspaper closest to The World in total space grew much
less than half as much In columns and increased but 7011 single advertise
ments
GROWTH BY PERIODSA
A1 I
1883 86577
1885 443793
1890 782794
1900 h 874958
1905 = 1134959
The Worlds Want momentum readied its greatest force In the last half of
the year when according to a count made by Messrs Darrow Wade GuthrIe
Co chartered accountants it printed 011215 advertisements against Sao
817 printed by the New York Herald leading It by 55308 in the aggregate
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