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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1912.
ANY CREATION OF
MardiGras UPNPV KFIIV
Who W ill Lead the Gay Throng ,n-""
T King Selected for
( Hi,, mil 1mA
Some Admit It M;iy PV Dont
"Some Time in the
BUT NOT YET, THEY SAY
Prof. Sdiaefer Given Credit
for Being Sincere,
Cnn llfr .. prodtlOM h rt 1 f1-tji lly ? Tlila
la qui ilon whlrh linn agitated
Klahih Inti-rriatlnnal t'onirraa nr Ap-
p'lail t'hamlatry. it iirrnpnt In araal .., t
Calumtoa Cnlvoralt) and tha CbHafa of
MM ilt) rjf Niw Vurk, not a Httl
B. A. BWmrfrr. Praaldafll of trip Hfl'
lah Aaaariatlnn foi ih.- Advaneamanl f
tclnca. Tnid the poaltlvi aliiimrnt ri.
tt'iiily thnt In rxpi-rt rlixmlmi ih SfOi
tnrtiiin of Ufi aftMrfaily ! h conpar.
HTttf MaipM niattir Not only illil '.in
livid" una nprrtion. but he further
tratiatheniM II by ailil'irlna facta nnit
fWnrca IrmllnK to ahnw that bl iad
j, Ivld hll rontrn'lon ami lunl n c -1 1 1 h 11 y
Woofht to SOM wliat ninpt tip COfMrifla
rid no MM than h MlMlMt mlroolO,
A ri-port r for Thr B0BllH H uni) 10.
day Mild Mr. PotAMfar! atad-im-nt .)
th attaMioa of m viral caaoilata iio
ma ialMataa lo thr Klahtli linrni.
tlunal 'onr Ml or Applle.l I'hiinlKtiy.
Tincr hmm rf aeutoli Inlaraatad,
MM idmMtad that they hart aprnt
MMPI on the aulijpct mid frankly aaiil
t.irv ilia not i mill Mr. MMWl .il
Ickpo diacovriy, nlllimiKti lh v iMliTTrl
t'.HM llil i i dotlkl !ila alnrarlty In null
ing hlii at.it) no nt that thry Iwllov-d
In hi lli yi-d i wry word of what tla Mid.
SIR WILLIAM HAMSCV THINKS
IT'S A MISTAKE.
Blr Willl.iui liHit ney aitlil to n rtpor t
for The Kvanln World ' Mr. SohMfar
la an old IKlltMffll of mini-. Mr and I
hiv Ml BMOOkUM and frlrrnla for
many yr"a. What hr aaya o.i Mn la
lure hr MMtrMi For yrnra and vara
he hiia wnlml .Hid i-xprrlnuntirl with
t it theory of prndurllnii of life liy uri
flrlal itiran. Ilr liellrwi mi laat
ha haa IUCOM lad. If h
OMallaMi the nioai wonderful dlM1V
ary of mnil-rn ilmra.
My nplulin la that he 1 niialaktn.
Jt holda lhat by aultahle ekamloal pro.
MM living anhatntu-aa ran he pr
aliicpd froii inanimate tMtMMI matff.
2 he expeilineniea hIomk thla line my
rlf and nav.' heen unalile to autv eed in
my expai Inipnta. li tile roiirre of H oe
Jt may eo.nr thla AtvatofMMtll of
li-: 1 1 life. BJl I do not believe I
you or 1 will live to MM It."
NOT YET, BUT SOME TIME IT
T'lat artlfli'lal nmer.il pa la MM bit
cun:i"t be denied. The al.ilile of ''I
lelelt,a ttlM4lg 'he r"ahih ItMrM
fleiial Coiigreaa of Applied I'lo-ml-lrv
la iiifll-lent BUarMIM of that Whlie
mull i, h0M i.itervleweil dM noi CMdlt
I'rof. BebMfdr'a tUasad ikKovary, few
llU'le Wile win were willing to admit
th.ll ItttJl a IhhiK were ImMMlbM
content . b of opinion
mine red, but it hi coma
biiiK li "
Win am li Mlcholf, PimmmI of the
Toni;rfia. aa 1 " Th'a .a no ane of au-
fiarlat'e development, I 'lo not be.i
inn Hi tlcbaafar ina dlaoovarad
an ret of l ie piodoi t'.on of life
til.it II'" 'in be prod'l
I am n il pi ipn
lie' t It
OF MARDI GRAS
Miss Ella Millnv Selected as
Queen of the Coney Car
nival of Fun.
.I. V. HAWh M aiwl other made
iiedlMhe rorif. an'l nltho 1Kb tup a waa
onl abiut tari da.xa for the -H.Tip.ilgu.
'.here w a tola', vole of nearly IMO.Doi.
l.oa, to thOM who hue been loyal
to him. King Henry promptly pak d
M Hlla Mlllny, the prima donna 'n
top oiiiaiiat hranih of the Kradnurat
K'eld riiih, and the Idol of all thp olher
inetoneia. In be 1 1 1 at (Jlleen.
King Henry and Queen Klla will be
prOW raid by IhPBld nt KrPd Klatpr nf
llie Manll tlnia AfMcMtloll at 7 oVIock
Mondn, evening, nfier whlc MM royal
pair will he whirled up to the fvpan
I'arkway mi NeptunP avenue behind a
foui -In-hand of nw whltp horeoa.
where they will aaeend to he throne
Moat at the bead of thp lllomtna ed pag-f-mt
already rormed, the King will 1ve
hla ordpr to tlran,! ..iarahal Ityrne. and
the thp flra: of thp serlPa of paa-ndea
The th:one float 1 a beautiful rrea-
UOH. There w.l he a full court. Including
lorda and ladpa-:n-w!l nv, among whom
will M 'to ilia iiuia Mia. Lmu Ooiey
I White Id he,- lord. John White, preildent
I of the Itradhorat field Clllb, and Prime
1 Minlatei to K ug MMryi wee Mlaaea Av
I Pna and Kuth Se'rfei k, malda of honor;
tlobo.e T.ew!a. MJI to the K I T. and a
doen or ao of MrlnYg dauiileat and
PrtttfMI intlg laolea. for It will he a
aHi Ipih MUrl ai-nt by her people to reign
over the ten'h annual Mardl itraa frolic
neat tMlk, and tht-re w'M be big rontln
genta from th flM cluba who marie the
plpctlon of King Hfnrv poaalble In a:ght.
aeelug motor rra bail In the aecond
divMon of the pngemt.
All about the 111 rone float during thp
roval nrogrpaa will dince and frol c and
cappr tile funny people who make up
the cavalcade of rompetltora for !h
l.imo worth of caah prlaea offered by
the Mardl Oral A sanitation through
Chairman Rbhard J. tlearv. who will
ipcpIvp entrlpa up to tlie atart of the
parirlp each night during the wepk at
t ne bullae In 'I
iiearl M) ran
point of tie pa
and Ihpte .hp
wrimpn, boyi at
laat year the
can Parkway, at Hheepii-
d, oppiaite the Martini
rade. Thpre la no charge
a.rcHdy over TOO entrlen.
divided among mpii,
id glria. The very mail
wio be formed Into .1
all lo Iheffleti'VM and
kid." made the beat and
presentment of all
M'GOVERN NOT FOR TAFT.
M t I.W A 1K KK, Sppt. 7. Gov. Francis
K. McOovern to-day denied a rppnrt
that hp would aupport Prealrlent Taft
for re-eleetlon. Hp refused to dlartisa
thp political situation and would not
commit himself M to whom he would
leading aupportera of the Prealdent
have Hated that unless McOovern
throws his support to Taft a new Re
publican candidate for Governor will be
placed on the ballot by petition.
DELEGATES RUN DOWN BOY.
Ind lilt br C, A. Ilerrlan'a Ate
Idkelr to Dl.
OMUfWIOH, Conn-, fppt T.-JaineM
I.. Well, ex-prealdent of the Naw York
Hoard of Valuation and Taxation, and
Charles A. Beniati of New York laat
night ran down a small boy on the PoM
road near here while returning to Naw
York from New London In the Herrlan
Thpy had bppn lo New London to at
tend tlje Atlantic Deeper .Waterwaya
Convention aa delegate.
The automobile was beln driven bj
Hugh Willy of New York, the Herrlan
chauffeur. The boy .tumped off an lea
wngnn and ran directly In the path of
the car. He was brought to the General
Hospital here and identified aa Carmen
Snntonl. twelve. Hp had a fractured
skull and will likely dip.
The i! n s oypr. The result wa
eloMi Manry Kally, randMota of the
Bradkural Field. Ilaripmltea. Monarch
A. C.i OaMCM and Momlngaide A. C,
la the winner by i majority of nearly
a.iam OVaf hla ne PPM CorflputltOf,
tin Howan. King Henri In private life
la a self made bUI MOI man. thoug i
OH ly twenty-three year- ..Id. Me la a
other candidates made flattering runi
for the erown. Maurice Coatello, th"
moving plctiirp a ior. prilled nearly lO.oro
votea. and Arthur C Urockway, the
popular train deapatr ber f ir the HudlTrTI
Tunnels Itailway, rendved 13,000, and
John Havurese, (leorge II. BlakOBOy,
Keep the Stomach Clean
and Yonr Health Good
have worked on the subject for many
ypara. II haa elude I trie. Monsieur
1 Hcbaefer bellevea h" has dlacoyered II.
! l tail you he haa nol Bui its dlioov
I cry will come In time It I" poffaotly
I logical, It la perfertly posalhb . only I
doubt If there la a man let born wltn
I the bniln to dla.-over It."
Other ahaiBlatl took the oppoalte view.
Thov said that artificial MMMttOfl was
'not only poaalble tut that lliev bellev d
j Mr. Schaefer had discovered the merit.
They iddad Hint OOriOM iShemiatl rr
years gone by had nearly made thai
in. dlacovar) ami tn.it thay saw no,
raianh to doubt the word of Prof.
"If hla alleged discovery he true."
aaM lr Ynino T.rraklk of lopin, "Ita
.effect on ilf civilized world would Ml
hard to estim ite. It acorns lo IM IhOl
It would change our wholp social life. ;
Hr. BtbMfer doaa not claim lo prohrav
the life of men. he claims to he abb-
to create. Admitting th.it this dnlrn I
.,.., I ...... 1 ,W u.l... I I... ....Ill
HIP llv linn u.i
wouiii i il a i
until hla trial shall have been held and
disposition of the complaint made.
Tliii complaint was made by Abe
llnlpln, Who, in a letter to .Surrogate
Fowler, did not disclose his uddreaa.
In Candy Form
tin farnoui laxative UottH purifier Hint
keeps the iligeidno iiiices workinr;
propdfiy anil the itOBIMB and boWttl in
At all good drug atorca, 25c. 50c and
$1. or Partola Co.. 160 2d Ave., N. Y.
I'ree sample and 100 page illustrated
i book sent on request .
A Sjl tA
CLERK OF THE COURT.
Louis J. Hhnik'rs Is Accuse.! of
DetMluttfll a ilO Tip
Hrom a ("itien.
Loula J. F'.andera, who haa been em
ployed In the record loom of the Kutri
gite.' otllce for the laat six yeura, was
auaiHordid lio n duly yesterday by Bnr-
ronta Potrior Mtil net. urban a
MMnptafllt thai be a, opted Slu from n
citlxen lot- Kiv.ug nun uiltulnlairnt: ui
papora win be dea't with by lurrogatai
I'oivlcr and t'obalau. The irjapanaioil
of t-iandeia a acd a aeiiMation atuorr.'
tlie attacbea of tbl Murrogatea' Court,
Surrogate PoWlar alao ordartd lliiii
Plandara abaanl hlmaaif from ids ofllri
lt bai n it
I in nrlnall) 1
to ill ny. 1 don't b - I
lint S'il! there hule BalU I
iiiii marvelloui oncovanai m toe ,-i-onllfle
wor d lhat I am open to Mllaval
Mythlni in p that 11 la a town ma."
M. Oabrlel Bartrand of puis aatdtl
The itatamenl tnade by my friend Mi. I
aafar ihal h ha- dliMvarad Ihol
ntea-ia or artificial sraatloti is impoa I
MOIe. Tl'.'t the grealei-t of aei rets.
tCMWladfe it li almoat divine, l'
Not a Beautifier
But produce a healthy and claar
complexion and awoet breath.
Absolutely vegetable for con
atipation, biliouancaa. bad
braath and other dlaoroWt of
thr alomach, liver or liloo.l.
A Syatam Cleanaar
Box 10c cad 25c
y All Itrng Slture. .r b Mall.
Fnr fip iii,I , mn, I .-im, i,, II,, if,. ;
l l . Hie t ,, ,1.11 ,1 .;i .
xlJ 1 O
My ventilated cloth Hats
are simply great!
You will find them worn by all
the smart dressers, because they are
classy for one thing, but more par
ticularly because they wear fine.
"The Master" is the name of my new Herby.
H b a smart, classy hat, very light weight, and is
trimttlCd with that lamous "Breezy" cushion sweatband
lo he had nowhere else.
Come early this Saturday
the earlier the better.
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110 Nassau St.
1407 Prospect Ave., The Bronx
M rulton il., ..foo. . i ,n
' i 1 '6 2e..
Opening Display of Fall Apparel for Girls, Misses, Boys and Children
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Suits, Dresses and Coats
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Also suitable for small women, 14, 10, 18 years
Practical and stylish models of Mixtures,
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20.00 25.00 35.00
For street, afternoon or party wear, of Serge,
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Girls' Dressy School Coats
Of Boucle Cloth, Cheviot, Mixtures,
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Smart Clothes for
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mixtures or blue Serge, in
Norfolk and double breasted
models. Extra pair knick
erbockers. 8 to 17 ycurs
Values $0.7.) to $10.00
Girls' and Children's Coats
Of Velvet, Boucle Cloth, Corduroy,
Mixtures and Broadcloth. 8 to 16 vears
9.75 13.50 16.75 22.50
One and Two Piece School Dresses
For (iirls and hildren (! to 14 years
Including Norfolk and Middy models of
Serge, Bedford, Corduroy, Checks and Velvet
5.75 7.90 9.75 15.00
Boys' finely tailored all wool Norfolk 1
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models of blue Serge and mixed fabrics. y
Extra knickers. 8toi8yrs. Y;iluesto$i.3 J
An assortment of our own Exclusive
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boys' Suits. One and two pairs of
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Boys' and Young Men's Shirts of fancy
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12 to 142 neck. alue $1.00 to ll.AO. Special
New assortments in Boys' and Children's
hats and Caps -Tyrolean, Alpine, Naval,
English and Norfolk Golf shapes
50c to 5.00
i isouapsioie Aluminum urinmng ci
0 1 " " wit M a
In Tomorrow's SUNDA Y WORLD, Page 3, M00Tn
Real details of the most
magnificent BALL ever
given in America de
scribed by a GUEST.
Three pages of in
clusive pictures and an
interesting account of
Of a leries of splendid
Four - Color Pages of
Masterpieces of Ameri
Picture No. l is
"AT Till-: BALL."
Of "Tales of the Wicked
Town," by B e r t o n
B r a ley. Wonderful,
optimistic New York
stories in a new vein.
Don't miss to-morrow's
" S A L L I E . "
Of a new comic series
by Payne, the "'Smatter
Pop Man," in the Funny
See the Metropoli
an Section story "The
Smatter Pop" Man Hits
TWO IMPORTANT I "Starting to School," by Cardinal Gibbons.
Glimpse at the start
ling styles that will
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