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THI IVEMINO WOULD, MOV DAT, OOTOB1R 7, 1919.
Vossip or the campaign
And Those Who Make It
Sidelights on Doings of the
I Busy Days
i of Wtlllem flulttr on.
PWDOWUO nominee for Governor
i rested op from the fry t Byracu.
I it bow hokdrd for Albany. Th war
t. hMAfflt a re", hon an i
I t lre hit rlvala tha ra - of their
Kirht to tan apaachaa a oay ar
to tail tlrolaaa campaitner. vim
ta people narar Ura of haarlng m
Umi. He bu boon In the eervlo. of
Ml artr for nearly thirty yaora, and
lUtosd of tiring of htm tha people want
MB for Oorarnor. Mr. 9tro.ua. tha Bull
MMM nominee, haa nothing on Mr.
Hgf to tha way of populertty. Mr.
Hedgea, tha Repufclloen nominee, haa
0 oa ajgaj aa a epairoinaar. . -tter
tha paat record of tha Con-
la tha boat anawer.
ft haaJqnartera of tha Democratic
taw CWnmtttee wore opomd up thla
In full bleL Crowaa jammwi
raoma at No. 1 Waat Thirty-fourth
Evarrboav wanted to aoa Mr. mil-
aar. Otata wara off and tha heodquerter
Ba4 4k, appaaranoa of bualnaaa They
wlH wa going there day and night from
aw -on making an 'aggraaalva and
wttatng fight." aa BaoraUry John Ma
gog, fat It. Tbomaa Torpay or ma ua.u
aratla Committer of Peekeklll waa ona
!tf the rial tore thla morning. Ha came
ri from ayracuae on the train with
ulaer. "All along the road." aald
ha. "people were gathered at the plat-
fagaui and oame Into tha oar to Con
giaaaman Sulaar. Lo they want him up
g)Utr They demanded hlm from the
ma) i mill in Mr. Sulew la the atmojirai
man la tha aut to-day. and la the one
man Who could and haa united the
party. He will do Oov. Wllaon a lot
f good la the Slate and throughout the
country. He la a national cner
and ana of the moat magnetlo of
faot lie haa confided hi- f e-r.it to Oiv
"iien early in the jrnr and ht
p.oMieey had hei. . .1
candidate fo victory. Col Moure do?
man. lie It a ptvvei.'ui, noiielcM,
ivnimle. Ha tiv. i., it. i,,..,t,...
action. Intuition ami tBr.rlenre eul.la
him. He wnnlt nothlnr. He la rich but
:::Jrpen;;nt. a ma 'r: mMllrhnalr Vnn
ciuidn't lira h:.u ail ajBaa on a MrV
The service of the ColOnM were prof
.ered and gladly accepiod at headquar-
ari. Ho wouldn't taka an ntn.-m ant
a daak. He haa hli own way of working
and all tf.at la ae-n of hi working; are
reeulia. H:e money emoothta away dlf
flcultlea T.hare money it njceaaary and
"a tap la wdiiiki about the money.
Hla advice on political mattera ha been
funJ to be eound. Wilton and Chair
man .M'Comba can atteat to th.'a. Tha
la:e Oov. Hogg. Tnlleil fitale Senator
fulhersnn. et-Ocvaernor Lanham an
Sayeri. all of Tata, all could tell
atorl amounting for thHr rlae In pub
lic life The Warwick or the Lotva Star
State never acorod a BOOM ega In hla
plcklna of public men. At a winner, ha
dwlare. Gov. Wllaon It the eaaleat vlo
tOf be ever plckod. Ton mold get a bet
nut of the Texan Warwick on Wllaon
and name your own nd.la.
IN PLEADING GUILTY
Edward Clnrk, Business Agent
of Iron Workers In Cin
cinnati, Admits Plotting.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. T It
ward Clark, Cincinnati bualnaaa agent
of the Iron Worker, to-day changed
hla plea from not guilty to guilty
whan tha dynamite oonaplraoy tilal
When court opened Clark took a teat
bealde Marthal Schmidt at tha rtrht
of Judge Anderaon. Inatead of fitting
with hli fallowa, and there waa an air
of tenet expectancy among the de
fendant. "A defendant who haa pleaded not
guilty wlahea to change Ma plea to
guilty," aald Dletrict-AUorney Miller.
"Let him etand up," ordered Judge
With hla gray head hanging, and hit
hand convulsively cUtpIng and un
elAiplng. Clark mood up, the target
for a hattery of fowl nnd mullerlnm
from the other defend an la,
"Mow ilc, fog Bteggf" 1 '' r'n"rt d
'ti'i'lty," i-.lfl (!!nrt, In n iMMMlM
ttmuuee vn drfriirl and OIS'U
jiiid MpMantgal In II - MaryhSl'l
(ifrie. ImtIdi ftrlristti lifesoMU
In the n.ii t i (tali
The dcfrii.'i aitornry were poaHlv
Dial tr.u.ll'n of fvnnt wag the
ratull of the IMMrM-Attomey' atronw
trralgiinient ! ill prUumr. Mr. MU
Ur told a t'lrmimtanl1el tnry of
Clark' feadM-ahlp In 1we,ve dynamite
asptotlnti In nnl alwnt CtayrfanA He
aim tald that Clark. eliiKl-liaiided, blew
up a hrldr at Daylon,
CAUGHT GUNWNG FOR ENEMY
Barber Dropa Ravalvrr ae Pollee
aaaa Batte Into Love Fend.
Patrolman Oraham of tno Fifth etreet
atatlon got a tip early to-Uy that Jamee
Ambroal, allai Jack Roce, twenty-thrae,
a barber, of No. Ill Lud'.ow atreet, wat
out gunning for a friend who had In
terferred In a love affair. About 4.10
he aaw Ambroal creep Into a doorway
at No ltt Orchard atreet. Oraham aaya
that aa he grabbed at hlm the man
dropped a big revolver, ducked and ran.
Oraham chaoed Mm, ftiinK a couple of
thott, and overhauled him in a Mock.
Ambroal waa arralfrnod at Fex Mar
ket Court charged wtth oarrylng a oon
m n.it)n. . fnanufarturer of
Otrveland. ha written to Chairman I
Ilea of the BtpaBUnan National Com-
ggWIa. giving eonie vtawt on bouatlng
Za 1-aft campaign. li 1 la favor of or-
gaalalng the einpluyera and employeee
throughout the country, and he maki I
tk guggaatlon that wlilatlea be blown
kg gtaaller dllea nnd town at uneeaaon- ,
tbie hour aa remlndera "that the fac
tart are running." About a o'clock In
tha afternoon, he think, would b a
aaaeonabii' uneeatonaola hour. The Idea
4( oiejanixation In the manner deaerlbed ,
by Mr. Urltton la already In force, and I
taa taaa came from Cleveland, loo. 11
wag alerted by Fred Oeler of that city.
Tha whletle Idea, indicaupg that the ,
lagiBlUt were running at the full ami
B proaporhy waa knooklng at the j
4ar, haa alao been put Intu effect
btMalfht wat the hour choeen for the
aajnaaing airena, anu
tttod ant the populace a roe aa oov man
ago) pit proaptrlty to rout
la PorUand. Me., they give the Mooae
aafi at aunaet. The Idea It that ol
Jaan C. McKenny, a guide at 1'atton.
Mr. McKenny guide partlea through
llat wood ard uaea a birch bark horn
at TTf the moo from cover tor them
Mgw. every night ae the eun goe down
a Window 1 opened In the headquartera
at the Bull Mooae In Portland and the
ggp of the Mooee ring through the
DoHrhborhood Crowdt gather to hear
taa aound, and Mr. McKenny. with hla
a. haa become a iocai ."-.-
at atopped at thla. He It giving
mt on the horn, i nou. m
. . . ,n urirlr, . ml bV
' oar a wn ir -
tha time the Colonel reai hea Pon. iid
tha aeopl will b able to talk lo hin.
la hi own language. Who wouldn't ho
a ajoaaa and hava a bum u blow? L'p
ta Bate, however, they have been get
afctag pretty weU without a horn.
MB you read about the Colonel dowa
ag waablngton'' He didn't need a horn.
BIB you hear the la teat? John T. Uc
Cwtebeon. the cartoonlet. U going to
take tha atump tor the Bull Mooae.
That a only part or tne e-ory. - '"'
Of magazine wrllert are gomg tn hi
train They have been writing for the
Catena) Now they are going out Into
th ettlaa and the woode to holler for
htm. !n th party already hay been
tawollad Wchard Harding Uavla, WU1
Irwin, Hamlin Oarland and Klnley
r tDooley) Dunne.
LZ atiLiu urwt ihara'e more fua
a m aw. In tha Waal and
aawew iw mw f"r-- - - -
Middle weet man aouiu paicu a
BMBV outing a mil. A bunch Ilk that
will put the amuaement hall out of
kattaaaa They'll but the Tariff Talaere
aa tide track and the 'Truth Teller'
OB the bum.
Mar la on that Harry M. Daugherty.
lata Chairman of the Ohio Republican
parky. leUt When be' a on th alump:
Mgaotevelt remlnde me of the ox and
the horee that were hitched together in
a Plough. About 10 o'clock In (he morn
ing It wa gening pretty bot and the
e7aaya: 'I'm going to break away from
1Mb Com on ' But the horee refuaed,
ttaint ta wokr might be a little hard
but the living waa pre.ty good. At 11
a' alack th oa wanted to break away
again, but ta bora advlaed agalnat It
ghravy hour It waa the earn auiry. Fl
aaUy. at I o'clock In Uie afternoon the
aaya. WaU. I'm going, you can do
you pleaee ' And he broke away from
tog, hret and left the horee to haul
ta plough alone.
"That night, pretty late, when the
kaewe had flnlaked hi meal and wa
ttrotchad out In hla comfortable bod, the
oa caaie creeping Into hla atall Ha i
huagry and waa fearful of what Kie
baa might have aald. He munched
hi dinner In tllence for aome time.
Then, with hit mouth full he aald:
'What Bid the boa aay to you about
my breaking away?' 'Ha didn't aay
anything.' replied the horee. 'He didn't
aay anything at all?' repeated the ox.
No. ha didn't aay anything to me.' reaf
firmed the horee, 'but I aaw him talking
ta the butcher.'
Within the paat tmw day a new dy
naaate force haa been added to the work
at aba Democratic National Headquar
ters. Col. Edward M Houe of Texas,
a Warwick In the bone Star Slate, baa
bean la th Wllaon camp alnce before
BtJUmore. At the picker of wlnnera the
Colonel baa a record lecond to none in
taa country. He picked Wllaon aa the
atandard bearer of the parly long before
tVt convention bad made lta choice. In
SPECIAL HOME FURNISHING SALE
Brass Beds, Bedding & Cribs
By oar enortnoti casta pnrctaascs. often baring entire oatpnts of Independent factories who
are not controlled by the trust, we purchase In such large ejuantltles that we are able to sell yon
the mI Nr me Brass Bods and Bedding, that the department stores, furniture houses and small
drain s charge double and triple oar prices for: that' why wo can and do sell a real lit guaranteed
Brass Bed at l.7aand a complete tu.ot) outbt at 111.10. We also sell Enamel Beds. Cribs. Couch
Beds. Springs and Mattresses In such quantities that we can tore the same big reduction of lot ta
is' , less man tne prices asken ay others.
Maaelire 4 1'oetar liraa lied lacnuered In the new. everlaattna laeauer. narage4 In everr retpeet: maaalv S-Inch
fet. r exrop, tonally haavv rillere with ball rorneri. value 120 alnna. Alee All-t'aal woven Wire Poring, comfortable, hk
a eanltary and vermin proof, guaraat.-ad value ftft. Alao (otton Kelt Mattraaa. eure white end aanltarv. hullt In lavera and
guaranteed nut to lutun up In hunchea. vary comfortable, value tlO.Oil. Thla outfit la the tnoat luiurlously comfortable
atul tlurahl that monev can huv. Imnoalngly handaome. adda aftrncMvenee anil illatlnotlon tu anv room. Actual total
i nine I i.-. Me offer Ihla orlal for one neck null al the aatonlahlnglr nnhrar.l-of or Ire of BI1. ."..
Brass Bed Outfit $ 1 O-50
rrmnlite -I 7
,i a Ccmokte lwf 2S
..tin TtnUt.. all . ,.l.,e .i..e S'at.ViN. Al- 1 '-ate". weea wire ..pja,. . VfJCi'a w
Value Bn.M. Alia, eery intertable Jena curled hair ( gwaateedl maatra. llkut, faary. trog. beet tlt-k. value SIB.OO
niesa mr a.a.i.i... vw
The entire utllflt ..Mini
Together jpj ' 1 ''i' nwrin a I
complete . .
it-ln. noata. O 1-laeb aaB an It
Inch upright rilleri large bra
ulnille trimming, bright r eatta
rliilah, ell aUea.
$25.00 Brain Bed $11.71
5.00 Spring -'M
ft.00 Hair Mattress
M 50 While tfa mr
irtagtrl led, Zal9
II SIDUiill -...nil.
a lllnatraledi one In. h conllnneu ptj
ui.aiantiai upriiiit H Here i . beat JeaaTJ
iht'.- t-naoo'l iiiiiaiii in. a.in
$8.00 Enamel Steel
$45.00 Square Post
Special, Now . . v
'i2 aquare no. la. solid eaet hraaa
lira. throughout, bright or aatla
ear. T lil Inch filler, heavleet aale
re. Tlfl I
. ATI efaee
Couch aq pa
r l I wi i m
tilted with two eacrnlloaallr good
felt luatlreaara i eaallv uueraled.
'$35 Best Brass Salety t?1Q AA
rCrlH. special .... v-av.vv
mil ARE TOP.
-Or QuElily. Special.
(Ireateat aale of H tap
da rd ftter eaoltary
mi Feather rillewa.
60c Pillows 39c
80c Pillows 49c
Itr.t qualllv tttkhi a. hI filled with
pure wliJtr fluify frthri vrry oM
P'JfH' ri Hlaetratedt eitra high mad rloeel
Irodded tldra: heavv . u-i l,raa. elidat both -I.I.
'". The heat i rlb madet lirlaht ur ealln flnl ii
Don't Mistake the Number or the Store
THE BEDDING STORE
"T"J!"?"' waO"""1" MARK WOLFF ond.T. de.d.r
aad lurda Kiealoga. itareaui wevauaa Md turda Ktanlag.
139 W. 12gt" St., bet. 7th & Lenox Aves.
FROST RUINS WINE MEN
Mllltnaa at Holla ra In Oragea t.ejat
kr Qraerera la t rraaar,
KitWW1, Oarmtaifi T . v-
Vt4 Hi mUllBBJ bf tfallgrs tin v.- brtli
dttersyss by rati is th nhlne vr.tr
ihil v olnllr durlna the nat frw a.
Many of the wtntgrawtrg ar ruined
Th grap tn tha vlneyBrs Blans the
Mottfla sad th Ahr have been entlrtly
Methav Oe-aat, Olrl Aftaaaala SalaUe.
work la the faotorr of Mas Hoon,
No. 11 1-J Oraan etrwet. had 'bag. irai.
pathlalng with algiteetj-rear-M yr.
garet Vento of No. BU Beat ATM Hun-
Jred aaB Nineteenth atreet beoaat her
mother waa Terr aSSk back In Italy and
Margaret ootid not return. Thar were
lad whan, two Bay ago. th girl r.-
n. , in-fcT ha tai4 aua.B), aini.lv . I. .
her orer in tn ttevag. and ahe wu to 1
hav aattad toaorrow. Tolay JCargirrt
received a letter Cram Italy with th
newe of her mother' death. She faint-
ad when aha read It, and an hour later
ana waa seen to at tag? out of tha dre-
ing room aod fall oa u floor. Dr.
Heely of at. Vlrtoant'a Haapltal a'd
he had awaSowed aaran grain cf
cthlorld of mercury, but would recover.
flhe It now a prtarwier tn th botatteX
JleBy af a Baa Fetai la tUver.
The body of a man alxty year of
a wa found Boating In the North
Itiver tIT Nlny-vntn atreet to-day
and taken to tha Morgue. The man
waa fire feet At IB height weighed
In 1 I
140 pound bd had bin. eye errd Ught
hatr. He tn drecaed In a dark blue
ahlrt, blue trouaer. Mai k eock and
This Girl Recovered
Hi MfctH ftf K "tin r. i AHsra'lvP,
whtah la t-i. .t an n.wh froi.it for ineumu'
Uv, are i nllnunllv tn m iht r woii4-r
ful ro porta Pf rotiovurlae broUffhl about
tultlr thruuirh b tia of th lflB4Hflt
Theae roporta are e1nra et th command
of nf on lattfttttdi and manr of lha
wrltere In thtr irratltuda hav euiiratd
ttiet Itkr. aurfrrara writ dlrart nd learn
what It did for them. Here la one epeel
421 Vnn! Aurora. 111.
"Qentlemen: Pardon me for not wrltlnc
loomr. but 1 wuntad tu boa If I troulil
tar oured. X can now trutii'ullv ear I m
Darfeotly well. X wleh tu MVffM niy heart
felt thanka. X have no pain, no cuuah. no
alfht eweata. no hay fever. Slnca a child
of two yeare X have bean alltna with luna
troubla. which araw worae aa I araw oldr.
At the ate or fourteen tha doctur aald If I
could not ba aant South I would aurelv dla
of Conaumptlon. Every winter X would ba
(ura to have either Drnchltla. Pleurlay or
'nfumonli. I had Typhoid - Pneumonia ona
time. I had catarrh of tha atomach and
bowela and had Hay Paver for the laat
few yeara; but have not anythlna of the
kind thla year
"X will anawer all lettera aent to n
aeklru! a hlatory nf my caae. from anv one
auffrrlna with luni trouble."
Sworn affidavit i ETTA PLATH.
iFlve yeara later report still well.
F.rkrnan's Altaratlva la affat-tlva In limn
ehltte. Aathma. Hav Kvrt. Throat and
T.una TroublM and In uobulldlna the
ay atom. X)oea not contain polnona. opiate
or habit formlna drua. Fur aala bv all
Rlkar Ueaaman Drue Stores and othar
Inadln druaalata. Aak for booklet tellln
of reeoverloa. and write to Fkman Lab
oratory. Philadelphia, Pn.. for additional
French Est Lingerie
At the following prices we offer a splendid
selection, consisting of novelty effects, un
usual in style and design. They introduce
Wind and eyelet embroidery on Voiles, Linens
and Sheer Batistes, intermingled with dainty
r ranch Gowns, S2.75, t so, 5.00 to 10.50.
ranch, Austrian and Madeira Chemises,
11.25, 1.75, 2.25, 2.75, 3.50 to 5.00.
French Combinations, $2.75. 3.50, 4.00 to
'ranch Drawers, $1.35, 2.00, 2.50 to 5.00.
French Corset Covers, $1.50,2.00, 2.50 to 5.00
French Imported Corsets, $5.00
Discontinued numbers, good models in
Fancy Broche, Silk Batiste and Coutil; ex
treme skirt lengths with medium and low
bust. Original values $10.50, 12.50, 15.00
James McCutcheon & Co.
KB- Ae.ro A 1A U C M V ... "Prolte
argil im W. Je TTIII vJl., II. I . W
Lord & Taylor
Founded 1 826
Sale 0200 Pairs
High Grade Portieres
All reversible, ready to bang, plain and duplex ntyles in
color combinations tp meet nearly all decorative schemes.
Extra quality, artistic colors.
Imported Double Faced
Rich double faced sheila, un
fadeable velvets, reversible
plush a handsome fabric,
shown in beautiful self tones.
Regularly $82.50 to $45.00 j
Sale of Scrim Curtains
QOO Pairs Scrim, Etamine
6if Marouisette Curtains
Regularly $6.50 to $8.00 J
5,000 Yards Fancy Curtain
Nets, Scrims &f Examines
Regularly 50c to 60c per yd.
200 Lace cV Etamine
Full and single sizes.
Regularly $16.50 to $20.00 j
will hold T.o-morrow, a Specially Prepared Sale of
Women's and Hisses' Waists
Including- the new Students' and Robespierre effects, wtth double
Jabots and long fitted ileeves, at
Extraordinary Concessions In Prices
in all the most fashionable shades
Brocaded Satin and
Crepe de Chine Waists,
Allover Lace and Net Waists.
Reproductions of Imported Models,
In white and cream,
Also an Importation of
300 Paris Lingerie Blouses.
handmade and hand embroidered,
with the new long sleeves,
Later Importations of Novelties in
Dress TH minings
are now being shown, embracing Gold, Silver, Black and Olored
Silk Embroidered and Bead Band and Festoon Trimmings, Rhinestone
and Effective Light Colored Chiffon Flower Trimming and Orna
meirts, Jet and Fancy Light Colored Bead and Bugle Fringes.
Also a large assortment of
in gold, crystal, pearl, colors and jet, silk
embroidered and beaded, at prices ranging from48c to 12.95
In the same effects and desirable colorfroni $11 .93 to 44.50
in gold, crystal, colored and jet beads,
alsr Hack and colored silk embroidered, 65c, 1.25 to 9.
To-morrow, Tuesday, a Very Important offering of
Plirt Linen Handkerchiefs
At One-Third to One-Half Less Than Regular Prices.
at 95c, 1.65
at $1.10, 2.25
Hemstitched, in sheer and heavy qualities.
Value $1.5o and 3.00 Dozen,
Regularly sold for $1.50 and 3.00 Dozen,
Hand Embroidered Initial,
with real Armenian lace edge, Value $3.00 Dozen, at 2.25
Sheer Linen, with hand-embroidered corners,
Regularly sold for 25c, 5oc and 75c Each, at- 15c, -35c, 50c
with colored borders, " Value $2.75 Doz, at $1.75
1.95, 2.35, 3.25
1.85, 2.25 3.60
Values $2.5o, 3.00 and 4.00 Doz, at
Values $2.25, 3.00 and 4.00 Doz, at
Sheer Linen, with colored
borders and initials, Value $6.00 Doz. at 4.00
Sheer Linen, with rape borders,
In desirable styles, Value $4.00 Doz, at 2.90
West 23d and 22d Streets
Illyn-l'Hn Mutton and Lac
Hhoo.i, BoyV and Girl'
In the Blyn-Plan Nature Shoe
As the weight of the body falls on
the foot the five toes spread to receive it.
Pressure is equalized every muscle s
active every movement is natural.
TIiam iii rw kit m in -th .1 1 !.r.. ,11 . 111 n ,1
.m .. o - , gun mofl cell end
just the ensirst i.o.hlc ir tertive touch. rodMl(no1 w
Ten Big Family Stores Shoes that yield comfort and atront.nen the
every possibility of comfort, stocks that oWMmli foot.
offr every choice of style and quality. E"!','; f'-
stores that offer every inducement of ae- Z-M
...... , oi.fj n h to 2 . . S 50
cessibihty and economy. J ,
Nearly half a century of progressive shoe- ''"i"""; ( 52-00
making and retailing attest the reliability , uiarl !iattlr1", prlce
of JJlvn Shoes and Blyn methods. shokb in all oradbs.
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Hh Av "aUh at nh 8U. .,ae50WAWTU -MUI . Um n,v,r,. near Broom. St
-Mail Ordar Uept., at 240 3d Av. Write tor ataloenr nt hllilrraTa Nhora.
Broaklyn I 4H3 Fulton St . opu. Abraham Htreuaa B'wav. nr. (irrrna Are.
Htoree I B aa,, bet. Park Ellerr St.. ra. tur, B11-S1U test T2d St.
FOR A BEAUTIFUL
Art Photogravure of "The Giants"
The New York National Baseball Club
SUITABLE FOR FRAMING
for Coupon In
Next Sunday's World.
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