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"Mllfl-Mla. I li.ol in I ! 1 1 .1 " Vtlt IMi
J'lsllrt. IMtbvfi In tha snji four!
tci-iuy, id ciin i tn approva artltlaa of
Incorporation nf in omifilMtfvfi dnown
i "Vnitt ftixii iij. Inuarporalxli" until
nili'uiii n' submit!! '.' inn (plain
i mM fully Vhy lot nasw prtisvaad
Tha iMfllllon In lha ooiirl Imply mated
I'ni BnjftPti of no- orsamMtlon fwisj 14
prontota norial Inlarftfiipaa t tii umataur
IhMtrli iln among it sitiiMaara, Ths
Inonrporalon ara MfllWfd Wllllmtiimen,
No, III Kaal Klfhtraltti RtMati l'rol
ri it i loaaph Hahtifi . : fhul
Klsnty-altta itrMi Arthur tllaaar, No,
Ml Rati KlRhtjra ilh itraal, ami Kd
wiinl III iv. n. No. Ill Hast Klifhty ninth
OF ELECTION DAY : DEATH KNELL 0!
FIRE GONG RANG
IN BUSINESS f
IS NOW COMPLETE
LEGGE T 12
Socialists Made Gains and Con
Were All Carried Here.
Ths nflVlal ram van of the voti I at
BlerMon Kay for ronnty ofrlrs an-1
oonatltiitlmal ,niMvlmnl was C n
plate1 to-liy. Thi- ofTIi Inl MUD I slmwa
an tn.rrasr In IMe Horlnllst vuti- a
raflerti-,1 In thoi cast for mi-ml. rs of
the Ruprnme CNN bench. Jllllimlnl
heaillna Ma tti ltot With 1 v III vnten.
Frnn-1 M HVntt. in. I, late of DwM
era Is and LTMRaflaatt raoatvad Ml, CM
votis Iloichkloa, who got the loVaSl
vote on the liemm ml; II ki t for Hu
premo t'onrt, 1 SI M had plurality
of i!,8tf owr 1 1 1 ri K't. the lOWail
Kualon nominee. IVn lli-f-in rapajvad
iha liriti'.Ki vuie. UMM The Btraara on
tha ticket reoilveil the fol)ivttng POa1
Colahnn. Hf.tal; HotchkUa, UMMl
Shearn. 18. 7. an I llahiwln. MB. is.
The vnii- for Hhirlff Ml as fol
low. Rartoifgav, IIT.Tili rfoppar, Ku-
alon. 1S4.H4T, I'litilflltrli. rocinllst. 1?.
631. Itohi rt MtlClfc l'rolilhl I Ion, III)
Wlr.nuer, Horjnllot t.ni, i.-. L,lll. I'lu
rallty for Raitmfgpf, :.!4I.
The vote for Surrogate was: Fnw
lar, 144.017; Matthewaon. Kuelon. 192.-
41. IMiirallty for Pofrlar, ll.ir.r.
While the propo"tl unslltntlnnal
afnendmrnta recdveil Uu-gc p4unilltlea
In New York (Nrtinty. aevoral op Sinte
counties votixl ovent hrlmlnKly nantnsl
tham. The vote In thin county mi tha
amandment appropriating llD.wo.oK) for
canal terminate In conjunction With the
oo4 thnuaand 'on lart. nanal. IHH.'.i.'l
votea were caat for It anil If ,TH .tainitt.
For amendment No. 1 doulillnic tha
aalariea of leflahvtora. M.1.1U were caat
for and (11.034 agalnat.
For ann-ndnient No !, taking powera
from the Apllate DHIatraB, R3.3W
voted for and r.l,2 aimlnat.
For amendment No. 3, glvmg Klnaa
Oomity two aiMlttonaJ county .Indgea.
78,57 for and M.Kil agalnat.
Jr'or amenalnietH No. 4. providing for
esoeaa con1emnntln feel. 13.471 voted
for and it.VA agatnat.
For amendment No. S. Increaelng tha
Oovernor'a aalary. K.'.H0 votel for and
For amendment No. . prohibiting the
aale of canal landa. ' 11 ". votei for and
For amendment No. 7, reforming con
damnatlnn proceeding In that ainth are
taken away from coinmlaalonera and
conferred on a .Indue of the Supremo
Courl, ns.2!i voted for ami 40..',7 agnliiet.
Firem.tn Killed by Heart Dis
e.ise After Sliding Down
to Answer Alarm.
llenrr fathira, brought nn bv the end
den Founding nf the fire rung in the
quartan if rfoal and Lgddaf Truck
No. 71. In lllmriKl etreet ne.ir HI Nlch
olaa norn,', ItldKewnod.wim given to
f I ; i y I the cauee of Fireman '.'harlet
HubaT, Ihiitv-three vfjm old and a
memher of the dapartment Ince IlOt.
lived at No. 07 Illeecker .'treat, lliuok-
ll had dinner with hl wife and four
children laat tilklit anil returned tg
qvartgN about 7 o'clock.
An hour later h VMI to bed. At
10M mi alarm came In from Hox No
rxi. Iliiher, with the othora. Jumped out
of hiil. p it on hla olOthag and alld down
hl pall to the apparntua.
Hi olalpggd auditenly on the floor.
The alarm did not have to he an
aitere, by Hint company, and wl.lle
aome of the tl'-emen were buay putting
the horaea hack Into their alalia othora
were carrying Ihelr etrh kn comi ide
"I'm all In," he aald aa I hot placed
him Ofl hla bed. "I don't know whal'a
the matter with me. I never fait ao
alrangely iM-fore Jet me aome water."
In a fw mlnutea ho waa uncnnanloua
and aliout the lime Ir. Meyer came
from the German Doapltat he waa dead.
A li'ilc joilfnty through twelve modern grocery
shops reveals the fuel thai the much-discussed Premier
Pure Poodl cost no more (ban of iter brands.
The following prices were named by the groctfl
this week :
Premier i'mutike I lour
Premier PancgKI Sv rup
Premier Prill) Jat;t
Premier Plum Puddlni
Prgmtgf Tomato I atup
Premier Sa -c Money . .
Premier t Urn I lakes . .
I'rcmier (uceti Olives
1 5c, 25c
I Of, 28c
Premie Ilrcnk'a'-I Coffee . . 38c
Prgmhir Vanilla I tract 25c
Premier White Pgppgr 15c
Premier (Slack I'epper 10c
Premier Maine 1 orn 15c
Premier UOCOOttd Kite 10c
Premier lirown Rite 12c
Premier Canned Shrimp 2 for 25c
PREMIER BREAKFAST COFFEE
ordinarily costs 35c, hut coffee has advanced 8c
per pound. The grocer is now obliged to ask 38c for
Premier because we will not lower its quality to keep
it at 35c.
FRANCIS H. LEGGETT & CO.
M'COY "COMES BACK;" ASKS
Pugilist Had Liabilities of .21,470
and Assets of $10 and Two
Application wna nugln In the ITnlted
Btatea Klatrtct Court to-day to have
"hid" McCoy, known in the courte aa
Norman Selby, fllaohurneil from rfank
ruptcy. Tlie "come-back" pugllktt, at
the time he asked to he udjinlttcd a
bankrupt, aald hla only ggaalg uonalaled
of tltl In cuah, ttto aulta of clothea and
two overcoats, valued at ITiO Ills lia
bilities were given as Haf1s TIM
amnunts were small and included about
a dozen garage bills, Hems for renulrs
of uutumotilles and auppllel.
The "Kld'e" venture In OOAdtMttaafl a
power boat conipnny was shown In the
fact that ha owed Krnest Tehlehorn
I2t3ia fur repairs to a boat and to I'lgot,
Hayre Co. Hi. for oil for tha "Kid"
Mei'ov Motor I'ompany.
To I .a Cweadl ill llli-rra for flowera
ha owed 111 .61. Klmer ('bickering of
Boaton 1101 for lllllllglilll und 146
to the Manhattan I'reas flipping Bu
reau for clipping. lie put I'rof.
Chuilea Munter down aa it creditor
from whom he borrowed K00. Chiirlea
ii 'Nell of the Hotel Albany also was
a eredltor for l.on burrowed. W. A.
Mclaughlin waa down for 1SH fo.
underwear, and William Shepiiard if
Ballston Spa. N. Y , U.40U on a Judg
ment. Judge Hand reserved his declelnn for
two w ka.
COULD NOT STRAIGHTEN UP
k PECULIAR CONDITION REMOVED
Some time ago I was Iron I. led with
pains in the Illicit anil kidneys, at times
rotihl not straighten up after liemlinK
over. Came to the coin !uinn that it
waa my kidneys. Hen. I Dr. Kilmer's ad
vertisement and maile up my iiiinil I
would try Swaiiip-Hoot During the
time taking the contents of two buttle
1 passed two gall stonei of quite good
itr. To-dav 1 am free from pains in the
hack and kidneys, fur Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root removed nil the difficulty,
and I can now go aliout my work and
have no trouble with my hark or kidneys.
I will gladly recommend Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Hoot to anv one suffering from
kidney or liver trouble. You are at lib
erty to publish tbia if you to daatra.
F. E. HOSIER,
State of New York I
County of Tioga
. K. Musicr, being duly sworn, de
poses and says that he is the person who
subscribed aud made the foregoing state
ment, and that he has heard said state
ment read and kiwsn the conteote there
at apd that tbsl same is true.
V. K. MOWER. 1
Subscribed and sworn to before inc.
this KHtb dav of June, 111(19.
Pank A. Hell Notary Public.
Dr. Kilmer ft Co.,
Blnghamton, H, T.
Prata What Swamp-Root ill Do For You.
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y , (or a sample bottle. It will
convince any one. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneya and bladder. When
writing be sure and mention the New
York Evening WtM'l Regular fifty
cent aud oue-tkJMf size bottles for sale
Give the Miller His Due,
Jf he selects his wheat
Washes, brushes and
Grinds it 20 times, so the
granules are all alike
Sifts it 10 times through
silk, so you get only utterly
Then bakes a batch from
every lot before it leaves
He deserves recognition.
It is fair to you and fair to
him that you specify his flour.
That's why we tell you of Gold Medal Flour.
Ve do all that. And it adds to our costs,
perhaps, a million dollars a year.
Wc do it to better your baking to give you
more for your money and to win a bigger place.
And, because we have done it, more homes
use Gold Medal than any other flour in existence.
In mutual fair
ness, next time say
! 'i mi r
New Harlem Stors
3rd Ave. $ 121st St.
2212 to 2224 Third Ave.
Suburban Delivery by Auto-truck
Everything for Thanksgiving
Except the Turkey
Only 2 More Daysl
Still Time to Get Your
Dining Room Ready
Leather Seat Chairs
Set of 4, 5 or 6 $1 Monthly.
W made in nwrmOU purchase of these
diners with arm chairs to match at a good
discount, otherwise this low price would
he Impossible. They are very strongly
made, the tops are of quartered oak, the
scats are of real leather.
We have everything for the dining room
except the things to eat and rhe people.
ISO worth for 50c a week
$100 $1.50 "
$200 $2.50 " "
$1,000 " $12.50 "
Payable by the month if mora eonvonion.
Collector, tent if REQUESTED.
Wo will open an account for any amount.
10 off if you pay cash
fricae marked in plain figure and no extra.
'Flaw Blue" &Q r r Md 6 Glass
Dinner Set, ps aJJ go
pieces of fine English Porcelain: W CC
$2.50 Monthly, T,Jt,J
Very large and handsomely carved. It
is 54 inches wide and the plate mirror Is
12x42. Fine quartered oak, highly pol
ished, golden finish.
Dining-room Furniture of every dr
icrlptlon at every price.
and 6 Glasses,
too pieces of fine English Porcelain:
very pretty undersized patterns. Other
sets from 2.95 to f 100. Enough to
serve dinner to 12 people.
Glow ware of ever
Two-inch continuous posts, with
incii fillers and pretty spindles. In either
bright or satin finish.
We show 12,5oo square feet of Beds, Bed
din? and Bedroom Furniture almost an
endless variety of style and price.
30x60 in. Smyrnas $3.35
6.9x9 ft. Tapestriea. . . . 8.75
8.3x10.6 Axminsters . .24.75
9x12 Seamless Velvets. 19.50
Our huge illuminated re
volving racks show hundreds
of rugs. All sizes, all kinds,
all colors, all prices.
Ingrains from $ .55
Best Brussels 69
Extra Axminsters 1.23
Oilcloths from 33
Linoleums from 49
Mattings from 19
Every kind of floor cover
ing for every floor.
No Charge for Measuring, Making, Laying or Lining
Table, $4.7 S
top, 24x24 Inches. Ma
hogany finish. Strongly
Downtown j Park Row and Chatham Satnre it n n
Store 193 to 205 Park Row LiOWperinWatt C9 OOflS
BIO TO 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE
AT I491SST. ENTRANCE OFSUlYORElIVATEb
.11 I'.IUMI H I I Bm 11 III .H
H rutin u Ji H an
StU i ir! Za
1VW i v r I it ir-nn
WfiPt h I .t-Piece Miaaion
laiipholatered In Imperial Sspanish
... . ii tn
i.uulliur, as niusiraicu. pr. w.
Lord & Taylor
Standard makes at moderate pnres
vur a-o mm urn mm
am S V.
Cake Set, Seven Pieces
FREE "RSSKM" CREDIT
This Imperial Leather Couch jp EE
(.altfan oal. 1 1 14.nr,
I Free w.i Every Purchase oi !j0
374-376 Tast 149th .Street
Next Door to Post Oitlce
BRASS BED Absolutely FRVE
W'iih Every Puish vl $75
THP CASItST PAYMENT HOUSE IN N Y.' 111
mlM ST. 1 DOOR WEST OF
Medium weight, gray or white. Drawer
with regular or short inseama. .per garment
French Balbriggan Underwear
Drawers with regular or short insoam.s, all
sizes per garment
Imported Balbrirgan Underwear
Medium wt ight, made of real maeo yarn.
Drawers with regular or short inseams, all
sizes per garment
Grey Merino Underwear
Light, m. dium or heavy weight, all sieos.
I. & R. M or ley's Silver Grey
Llama IV ool Underwear
Shirts, sizes 84 to 44. Drawers 30 to 4i.
Union Suits, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00
In urious Weights.
Domet tl mini-1 and mercerized cloths. . .
Broadway & iOth St.; 5th Ave; 19th St.
It nukes little Jinexeuce what you neea a World "Want" will 40 get It