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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 97, lili:
SIX MONEY KINGS
COULD BUY ALL
Warships ind All Within
Power of Half Dozen Own
ers of Five flillions.
MIGHT CONQUER WORLD
rnmVnsfl capital, without sny cost to could hny ths sntlrs rnnl output of flrMI
the people In tha Wlf of tsxss, direct I llrltnln for eight years and noil It lit
or I ml : , I i" rnllertnra wonlil ho I tisrbit Ml pn.-i-s, or hoard It or give It
1 1 1 el employment) 1'ie customs hBUSag I away, as IhSlff fsniy might dictate,
would tie rlOtee .l'n. NtfrH ami tele-' They could buy ell the railways of
Combine Could k'fvp l.noo,
ooo Men in Field Ten
Years for Warfare.
FOR BURNING 0
A writer in th i nrrent nuijgjei r
The Strand Masaslne I. Iflfealouely
fUrur"d out soma Interesting sad Mart
line tilings the leading fix atning the
rlohot men In liM WSrtd OOuM do.
THE SEXTET COULD. IF THEY CHOSE. PUT A MILLION MEN IN THE
FIELD AND WAGE WAR FOR TEN YEARS.
grnmn wmiM rie sent free and there
would he no collection of excise tribute.
COULD EASILY PAY UP ALL IN
SURANCE. A rMMrtMMf. Il i of thu powrr of the
cone ntr. ltd wraith of th" alx men
m I !m given in tri" st ittstica nam
:-! con -rrnln; Ineurnncs.
MOIOAN nS mimii -nFMia uin- nil.
Bncland, with their buildings and roll
ing Mock. They could ; -i all the
motor curs In the world and have
enough left to Robbie tip the Panama
nriil Siiex I'anaN and the total vain of
Hrltliih hlppnic for ten years. They
rould even buy the wlinlo of Scotland,
If auch n wild nroleci ahmild ha fotced
PhD people . upon them by Andrew Carnegie.
Knum all of which. It would soem that
wa are lucky that the six gentleman
selsctod for tha Illustration are not
likely to Ret together and put their
money to work In a lump.
AND RESCUER IN STREET.
ARRESTS TO DAY
BAY HEAD HOTEL
Two Summer I lomcs at New
Jersey Resort Totally De
stroy Others Damaged.
The Old Homestead Mad Been
Twice Set Afire Within the
fhe wind wae blowing etronly In the
John Jonee, the cole employee left a'
the hotel, which tn closed for the
winter, I being held by Asslrtsnt Pros
ecutor W. Howard Jeffrey of Ocean
County, but only as a witness. It M
believed the fire wae Incendiary.
TWO PREVIOUS ATTEMPTS TO
The belief In Incendiarism Is due to
the circumstance that the hotel was on
fire twice last Thursday. About I o'clock
that morning the crew of a Pennsyl
vania freight train running by eaw the
glint of fire on a window and gave the
alarm. Tha Point Pleasant firemen
afterward reported they had found
flamee In a pile of mattresses on the
fourth floor and In a heap of matting In
an attlo. About three houra afterward
the firemen were called to another blote
on the fourth floor, but on the opposite
side of the hotel.
This morning Mrs. Strickland, wife of
Mayor Alvah Strickland, whose homo
wae In eight of the old Homestead, was
awakened about 3 o'clock by an unusual
light and roused her husband. The
THE SEXTET OF RICH MEN.
Were ihey to pool their Issues and use
their money In the execution of a con
certed plan. The millionaires selected
for the Illustration are John D, lto.-ke-feller.
J. Plerponl Morgan, William
Waldorf Aetor, w-hoie Income from
rents alone la Wn.OOU.OOO a year; Lord.
xthcona of Canada, whose fortune
or Oreat llrltaln carry, In all forms of
Inaursnce, KWi.000.000. The opulent sex
tet could pay off every dollar of this)
Insurance liability at once without walt
tng for tires or death or accidents or
any other contingency now necessary to
the collection of Insurance to Intervene
and still have tl.ouo.uao.OM left.
They could pay off all the municipal
St. Bernard Lacerates Mrs. De I.uka
and Doctor Who Ran
to Her AiJ.
Aa Mrs. Jennie De I.uka paaeed the
house at No. 31 West One Hundred and
Forty-slghth etreat. the Bronx, last
night, a St. Herns rd dog leaped upon
her and sank Its teeth In her side. Dr.
Samuel flchlffman of No. eM Bast One
Hundred and Forty-first street heard
Mrs. De Luka's cries for help, but aa
he readied her the dog loosed Its hold
and sprang toward him.
Dr. R shiftmen dropped to Ms hands
and kneee to avoid the animal's leap,
hut the dog ceuerht him ae It had Mrs.
I'll IUka. and with great Olfllculty the
physician struggled to his feet and beat
the beast off. Mrs. De I.uka had run
down the street and Dr. SohlfTman,
overtaking her, led her to a drug stare,
where the wounds of both were cauter
ised. Mrs De Luka's slothing, like
that of the physician, wae drenched
The two went from the drug store) to
the Alexander avenue police etatlon and
made complaint. Polloeman Nllon soma
time later Impounded a dog belonging
to Henry Trassenger of No. 313 Weat One
Hundred and orty-elghth atreet despite
Treaaenger'a declaration that hie dog
waa In the houae at the tlmo of the at
tack. The dog will be examined by offi
cers of the Department of Health.
BAT Iir,r. N. J.. Nov ?7 FTre that
started in the Old Homesteird Hotel early
yesterday nearly wiped out tha northern
eeotlon of the 'town. Tbn flames spread
to fourteen of the finest summer cottages.
The hotel, valued at Mn.wm; tha cottage
of Mrs. W. V. Jones of Nw Tork,
who Is In British Columbia, and the
cottage of Carl Priest, drug mer
chant of Princeton, valued at about
jx.ooo upione, were destroyed with
all their contents Among tha twelve
other summer homes badly damaged
ware those of former Senator Oeorge
F. Bdmunda of Vermont and of
three New Torkere, Dr. Oeorge O. Eg
bert, Dr. William Studdlford and B. P.
Hall. The handsome cottage of William
O. McAdoo, tunnel builder, stands within
100 yards of the hotel, but it escaped, as
Stands forth as the best
your money can buy.
No guess work, no ex.
pcrlments the Standard
of Hosiery Excellence the
For Mm, Womtn and CkUdrtn.
Ask your retailer to show
you Winter weights and
RUBENS & MEYER
THEY COULD SUMMON THE WHOLE POPULATION OF ENOLAND
AND PAY EACH PERSON 100,
ahf county debts of the United Kingdom
with half of their combined capital. They
could buy all John Ilull'a exports and all
his Imports and have money left They
to at least $Mo,oor,ooO;
Carnegie, and Ixrd Rothschild.
Tha Strand writer Imaglnee a meet
ing of these six modern financial
sjkusts, at which the suggestion might
that they amalgamate their
for the purpose of accom-
any particular 0b)eot that
Blight appeal. He eetlmates that they
would have command of the stupend
ous sum of 16,000.000,000.
OOULO BUY GREAT BRITAIN
AND WAR FLEET.
Mm a starter they could pay off tha
debt of Oreat llrltaln and Ire-
whlch amounts to t8.7W.OUO.00O.
the H.aVO.000.000 remaining they
accumulate the National Qallery,
the South Kensington Museum and the
battleship fleet of Oreat Britain.
they would have entire control
of a great nation and a fleet lo enforce
katr wlahss They would have tn their
sands the destinies of 46.000.000 people,
sjgal their actions would undoubtedly
BBSS a bearing on the history of the
world for many centurlss to come.
Taking up another proposition, the
writer oonoelves how they might not
ears for taking a mottgage on Great
Britain and Ireland by paying off the
national debt and buying the battle-
fleet. He Imagtnea that perhapa
might wtah tn engage In con-
quest, much as such a step would be
distasteful to that eminent apostls of
peace. Andrerw Carnegie. With their
resources they would be able to build
a fleet of wurethlpe much superior to
that of England and start out to fight
the navies of the world.
In oase their SaVrSnstOfl should not
find an out'.et In the wuy of warfare on I
the eea they might employ and . ( tip an
army greater than any ovur sesi'ti4 i
In the world. They could put l.bUu.OflQ j
man in the field, and keep them In the
need from ten to twenty years, and '
still have enough money left to enjoy
life en after their alrenoou.i campaign. !
COULD GIVE EVERY BRITON j
Feasibly, guloed by the Influence of I
Mr. ilcoKofciler, Mr. ui n-rii and Ixrd
Hothachltd, the MStOl of money kings
might turn to philanthropy along so
cialistic lines, it has ksjgej asserted t,y
teaohare of sot ailed so Oology that the j
money of ti wayjd ought to is divided
ue and every man, uoiiliii and child,
should have an equal share ThS Mnasrs.
Hockafeiler, t'artiegm, Morgan, Astor
and lAid St i at ii ma had Lord Itoths
oblld 1 1 u ,il hsnd every man, woman and
chad ill Orual llrltaln iluu a4c ami
have a em.,. Iltllu sum remaining,
They could buy SVeTy pUce of prop
erty la Oraal Uritain and allow the
paopu to, o. upy i nr. i boldlnsi rem
free for lour years, They iuid buy uy
ail ib wealth produced In Great Brit
si IS S year-tli. i m.. ti Mi,r, the tnaSU
fStrryee Rteel tliw Irnii ilia
ami Ilia sua'alM
I six moguis of wealth could take
tha . i.i.i a Oovui'iiinaut of (liaat
Britain and runjj far sla years eu
in These Columns
telling about our unique
Poller of Merchandising,
which makes us the
Clearing House for Mer
chant Tailors' uncalled
for garments, permitting
ui to roll at $10. 12, l.r.
J1V $20, I22.M) and 2r
sack. Walking, Prlnn
Altiert, Drees and Tuxoil'
Rulti, Overcnnle of al
weights. Raincoats, etc ,
that were, artunlly made
to order to bring 125 tc
$75. We've told you nil
iheae things time and
I g a 1 n ; yet thousand
who rcna our advertise
ments nre still so sken
ileal tlint they will noi
-inch "oiks nro nut frtvlnr
is a HQunro danl mid nrc
"tnnrttng In their own
A'e are the ortglnatorn
CLOTH BIS, n instructed
for us by lending Mer
chant TnlUirs ttWOUSBOVl
i he country during; their
lull months. Kijttal to
Merchant Tailors' flmwii
ISO to 7.1 prort 't tlone We
rll them nt Ulio f 111.
Kverythlng at QBORGBS
expresses the newest
KiiKlleh and American
Styles, all a full year
ithntd of Ileafly-matlea.
Over 7,000 garments now
hern to ahoiain from.
4Vest 34th St
Hot. M'wuy an 1 Ml. Av.
. .I.UIh K V sMI kaflat
JAMES McGREERY I GU
23rd Street 34th Street
On Tuesday, November the 28th
FURNITURE DEP'TS. m not a
FINE MAHOGANY FURNITURE.
Dining Room Suites include ten pieces,
Sideboard, China Closet, Service Table, Ex
tension Table, four Dining Chairs and two
Dining Armchairs, upholstered leather seats.
185.00, 225.00 and 375.00 per suite;
former prices 367.00, 305.00 and 460.00
Cellarcttcs 42.00, 51.00 and 97.50
Tea Wagons 45.00, 56.00 " 80.00
Tea Tables 22.00,27.00 " 33.00
Muffin Standi 8.50, 11.50 " 18.50
Tea Trays 4.50, 7.50 " 10.00
I' .. U 1. .
H$4 w .1.1
CHINA DEPARTMENTS, m Both star
Bavarian China. -ten-rise border de
sign. IOI pieces. 95.00
uiuil prtat 46.00
American Porccluin, green and gold
usual prist 13.00
Mayonnaise Bowls and Plates. .. 3.40 set
ssuil prist 5.00
lo-ini . , iriunpet shape. ..1.35 each
usual prist 2.00
.Sugar and Crtaiu t-Vts .a.35 set
usual pries 3 00
Tuuiblers, wlieat design, light cutting.,
sual pries a 23
JAMES McGREERY S GO.'
SStd Street 34th Street
Mayor found the hotel alight and at
once telephoned to Point Pleasant.
Brlelle, Manasqusn end Spring Lake for
The Mayor then called sut the Bar
Head life savers Thar formed a
bueket brigade and saved several est
tsgss. It took the flretnen more than
three hours to get the Are under oon-
It le believed two streets will be made ,
to-1ay. Assistant Prosscutor Jeffrey IS
preparing for a hearing. No suspicion
falls upon Jonee.
Rev. B. I,. Whitman Daa.
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. II. Or. B. U
Whitman, one of tha most wrldaly
known Baptist ministers In America,
died In a hospital hare early to-day.
Ills physicians believe that death was
caused by a blood clot, Wheoh had
formed In his leg, bursting and going
to Me heart.
STABBED BY FOOTPADS.
Wm. Oregoron Its Mortally Wnisd-
Whlls returning from work early to
day William Oregorowlts, a meohanle,
of No. Its Avenue U, wsa attaoked and
mortally stsbbed by two men In front
of No. S3 East Twelfth street. His
Oregorowlts wae found lying uncon
scious on the sidewalk hy Patrolman
Thomas O'Connor of the Union Market
station. Dr. Howell of Bellevue said
that his escape from Instant death wsa
miraculous Robbery le thought by the
police to have been the motive for the
"I wouldn't think ol making
a Shortcake without D BtQr
Mr: Avaa, 11 W. 10M ., 3fc
D Darby d Co., asasSsA
Arw Psrs SBSBs
For Pancake. Pastry and ULteumX
A HBAI'TIFI'1. PORTRAIT PREB.
-lliotogravure of Mary Ander
son (Mime, de Navarro), first of the
Sunday World "Dramatic Photogra
vure Series." free with next Sunday's
World in Greater Now Tork east vi
JAMES McGREERY J GO.'
23rd Street 34 th Street
Tuesday and Wednesday,
November the 28th and 29th.
Suits of Broadcloth,
and Fancy Mixed Fabrics,
Cheviot Suits, panel skirt,
ored coat, satin lined. Blue,
Black. Sizes 14 and 16 years.
MISSES' DRESSES, COATS AND SUITS.
Dresses for School wear. Made of
Serge and Cloth, trimmed or plain tailored
models. Sizes 14 and 16 years. 18.50
Dancing Dresses of Chiffon and Mar
quisette, over China Silk. Fichu effect.
Sizes 14 and 16 years. 13.75
Chinchilla Coats full length model
buttoned to neck. Blue or Grey. Sizes 14
and 16 years. 15 00
Evening Capes with hood, satin lined
and interlined throughout. Sizes 14 and
16 years. 9-75
Velveteen and Corduroy Suits. Plain
tailored coats, satin lined. Sizes 14 and 16
Sizes 14 and 16
value 35.00 to 39.50
value 1 50
Afternoon and Evening Dresses of Vel
veteen, Crepe Meteor and Chiffon. Sizes 14
and 16 years. 22.50
value 28.50 to 37.50
JUNIORS' AND GIRLS' SUITS,
COATS AND DRESSES.
Three-piece Suits of Cheviot and Mixed
Fabrics, satin lined and well tailored. Sizes
valut 16 50
Plush Coats, finished with rolling collar
and shield. Satin lined. Size 8 to 14 years.
Dancing Dresses of Chiffon over silk.
White and colors. Size 8 to 14 years. 9.75
White Marquisette Dresses, lace trim
med, kimono sleeves. Size 6 to 14 years.
Juniors' Tan Raincoats, Raglan Sleeves,
Guaranteed. Sizes 14 and 16 years. 5.50
Wool School Dresses in Russian,
"Middy" and One-piece models. Size 6 to
14 years. 3.95
valuta 5.00 and 6.00
Chinchilla Coats, -double breasted model
buttoned to neck, finished with velvet collar,
strictly tailored. Size 2 to 3 years. 7.50
12 and 14 years.
Chinchilla Coats, wool lined,
buttoned to neck, finished with
collar. Size 6 to 14 years.
Cheviot Coats Hned with
Double breasted model buttoned
Size 3 to 5 years.
Remaining stock of Coats of
cloth, Velveteen and Zlbellne, at
reduced prices. Sire a to 14 years.
JAMES McGREERY 5 GO.
23rd Street 34th Street
On Tuesday, November the 28th
HANDKERCHIEF DEP'TS. m Both store.
Holiday Orders for embroidery should be
placed as early as possible to insure delivery.
Sale of Men's and Women's Handker
chiefs. Women's hand-made Armenian Hand
kerchiefs. 35c and 45c each
1.85 and 2.50 box doz.
values 50c and 75c each
Won .is Pure Linen Initial Handker
chiefs. 75c box H doz.
value 1.25 box
Men's Pure Linen hand-hemmed Hand
kerchiefs. 45c each
2.25 box 14 doz.
value 3.00 box
FEATHER NECKWEAR. In Both Stores.
Stoles, Capes and Muffs.
Marabout Sets, natural with white, mole
with white and black with white. . 14.50 set
Ostrich and Marabout Stoles. Natural
or black. 6.75
Muffs to match above 6.50
Marabout Capes. Natural or black....
3.50 and 5.25
values 5.50 and 7.50
Marabout Stoles. Natural or black. . . .
2.75, 4.75 and 5.50
value 3.75 to 8.50
Muffs to match above -4 25
. ,. value 6J0
SOROSIS SHOES. In Both Stoma.
The combination of comfort and style
makes Sorosis a Perfect Shoe.
JAMES McGREERY I GO.
23rd Street 34th Street
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