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CRUISER MONTANA BANK IS TO SEIZE
THI EjNJNU WORLD,
LUMBER FREIGHTER UNDER MORTGAGE
wlrh the (UH have nnt hea
r wen. Mirkles hu fl ft I
'n ma pronertjr fA I
""' ana ib now to Lja- i
sii.nnn fnr turn
'i. n. H! rales thnt unleas B
&g Warship Backs Into Yes-
Mi Off Quarantine, but
ILLUMINATION TO-MC.M I
rei Thousand hiectric UgMi
Will Display Fleet Along
The United States eruleer llMlfMi
ln In to tk her fmc- aim
fcas other ships of tha Atlantic Squad-
ID the North River, was In romaion
prttta the Ossabaw. a lumber steamship,
Quarantine earl)' to-day.
Ilia Montana are at anchor when the
baar oaJne Is and wu solng aaiern
vmij to take a yank at har anohor
hatn. The Oasabew li maklne ft
out of her nourss In tat out of
a way of the steamship St Laurent.
.wnicn WM JUl irvi:i iirit.iii.ii.
$ Tha bvoadaldr of the lumber ehlp
rifted aluwly a-int the atam of tha
There wan nu sound of a eraah
but Uttla irrnplnc Tha cruiser
i- eJ ahead al once. Aitar she had
a on up the river It waa found there
waa an opaolnf hotween the plate of
'tha Oaaabaw forward, which waa lat
Ong tn water fat. Beoeuae ahe a
,r of har sinking and the want on to
berth with a decided Hat forward.
Ton 1 1 it"ldn Brall all) eeeiri
have tx'rn ll'ierated to-night slung
lverMde lrlve. when from Inula-
ru above and from Ilia river ueioa
tj uf many color will wink and
learn on gray batlleahtpa and In (teen
Agtd Civil War Veteran, With
out Fuiivl. PlCM Fore
WIPE WON'T HELP HIM.
1 Have Done Enough," She
Says. "My Only Reward
Has Been Ingratitude."
Would t. W
Imtltute fnrerlnaur. l.ff
. . . . -- m
"'" tn. same time he Mm II ri
sickle at har home, No. 7 n(v.
nue, apTriii ner nf the atruak
...... ,, ,,,, ,. nnr nortl(.
aaea moria-age or sav.non on ts)i
"1 can do no mora," amid atrai "
to-day "In all. (Jen. Hlnklee y me
more than WD.fioo, and I do SSI
1 should wast my own pereX! fr"
tune anl ruin nv, aelf try:,,,.
the remnant of h estate. O, lck'
I ' e tia-
Ve NIGHT8 OF ILLUMINATION
ARE NOW ON.
To-night will be ahe flrat of th five
Miaenitatlon nights. Th local oommlt-
has twined bulb by the hundred
tha tree and shubbery of th Drive
mnd Park, raaldanu have agreed to
ererate and Illuminate their houaea.
and the battlaehlpa ara getting ready
la outline themaelvea in fire.
River craft ara advtaed to be very
tful to the San Pranclacu, which
las off Eighteenth trent near the
aw Jereey shore. She la a mlne-
faytrig ablp and ha on board DU.vOU
Lund of callulo aoakod In a high
fcploalve. About har mast, fr up
t of arm a reach, are hundreds of
stonatora. They are hung on the
ta bacnuee, on her recent Sotithein
rule, a aallor kl-ked one of thuin
Vlng on deck lie wn blown to
Ilacea and thre other men were LI licit
Moving p'.cturs man tioidd the
yomln- thta morning and tha captain
A bia men do warioua dr lla for them.
flsotudlnK "drea ship," when tha man
a pyramid with tha forward gun
as a base, rtatna row 00 row
kaar to th top of th upfiar aod uf
aa bridge upporta.
(Two tiny submarines aaused a groat
1 of axoitatnant to-day, creeping to
places with thnlr rray hack
are.y out of water They hurrle.1
Mntly to their an horasr ,md no at
tan' 1. 11 waa Said tn tliem on the his
conate.-s 11 th, iiawtol, of tli type
taey are euppoaod to atlng fnun bt-Iow.
ViUTIMO ALLOWED ON HIP8
IN MORNING NOW.
arreral more big ahlpa and a boat of
gattniFassj are coming la to-day to
wing wath th mighty Wyoming and
th Bavgahlp Coaaactlout, th
Utah and Florid, and ths rest of
great Seat that almost hourly la
or to tha tonnage that will
break all American record for an aa
jemM4 native fleet.
1 ha wloked Wyoming, which ha
j nsd ths Arkansas, and la anchored
ft atghty-alxth trt, waa followed In
by tha North Dakota, the. Vermont, the
oollera Brutua and Oolgoa. the gunhofct
Nashville and the Dolphin. Th
armoreo nuiarra coma In m .lay, ami
let a few hour with th torpedo boti,
Hbmarlnea and a..e,ii craft, the great
flotilla will b oump;et-ll3 vesaela In
, Th trass sis were again crowded with
ejsltora and Rear-Admiral Oaterhau
announoed that henceforth the ahlia
wtal be open to visitor from I to 11 In
tha forenoon, aa wall as from 1 40 i
kt the afternoon. from th Utah
OBS red nag floated yealerday. a signal
that tha big fighter waa taking on
ahD and powder. The many visitor
who thronged her wide spar deck eaw
tons of long oyllnder heaped about
and cases containing emokeleae powder
for tha U-Uioh guita.
I'nleaa wealthy IMend come shortly
to his financial aastatance flen. nan'el
R. ftlcklna, aarrlor and etntcaman,
probtbty will IflM hla home. No. 21 Fifth
avenue, where he la apendlng hlf de
clining days, enrmtmded by rare art
pieces and hooka he i gathered In hi
travels all over the glob.
After holding off aa long a It was
able to du under the state banking lnwe.
tha Bowery Raving Hank, ef No. 1 It
Bowery, haa notified Hen. ftlcklea ana
hi wife, from whom be has been ea
tranged for more than a quarter of a
century .that forncloaure proceedlnga are
to be Inatltuted Immediately on the flrat
mortgage of in 000 It holda on th
propsrly. Nos. 21 snd It, Fifth avenue.
Mra Ulcklea. who once before savad the
(taneral's home by pledging her lewels
to pay one nf hla debts, will do nnthlna'
further becsuae of the tirade he laaued
agalnat har at th tlm aha paid the
No legal proceedlnga have been Inatl
tuted looking tn a furerlocur of th
mortgage, but under th Htate law ac
tion must be tnkrn Immediately. 1'real
dent II A Mchenck of th llowery Hav
ings Hank declined t-day to tell when
proceedlnga would be begun, but It
was learned at ti mine will probably be
msde to serv th paper on Un.
Hloklss bfor to-morrow.
MRS. SICKLES REFUSES HUS
BAND FURTHER AID.
Ths Interest on this first mortgsge of
1111.00(1, which amount to lt.66, waa
dus to be paid to the hank Aug. 1. It
remain unpaid. The Stats banking
law, which govern the Bowery Sav
ing Iiank, will not permit a State bank
to hold hack a mortgage on property on
contributed nnthlnr m-r ' '
my aupport of th support of gMeVk!'
r-n for thirty year I hav. aedral
for hlin. My laat sacrifice was lojlflk'
my Jewels to prevent Mm try w n
driven from hla homa Ilia atigwtr M
to lame a public statement Kltt:
me beforo th world. That r
gratitude. Now I altall do notrtltl r""r"
earept to protect my Interests sol tlx'
of my ohlldran."
Btan'on Hlckla. who has stun H Mi
mother during all her martial sHcl
ties, dortsred neither ha, hit st'.er
nor Ms stater would go again to
UcnrraTa ftnanolal asslstanea,
SON DECLARES OENERAL IS
'IMy father receives a large r
and haa other large moornai whl'h
would have permitted him to V Hi
his obligations. In bha past tm . .- '
he has raised sawaral tbjousan4 lollara
on promissory notes and 1 east") un
daratand why he has not pal" I In"
teraat on this mortgage. Instead of pa
Ing, he has written the bank gsjatkntly
telling them that be would r next
week.' Of course, tha bank ounot
n M istfl aa thai way. My father owe.a my
bm t.. 1 r M". W on the 'ond morlgat;e
sa Raj Mini pioasjrty snd tll.ooo ln
tarSSl al n- OH thaJ. sum. He cannot
Uperi f urther td from her.
"My father's whoin downfall, flnan
laily and tn evWfJf oth:r way, Is duo
w tci boa t.iken Into hi life.
g a WaM Se mmy foftWItfl on Lbem;
. hM 'one oo'hlng for his family."
,:.ion s. klea haa mad public an
0 letter, which he says his father
.. 1 ,1-. v a "irornlneiit New York a ,
soman" from Washington In March,
107, He decline to tell how he aecured
;iaelon of those perfrrvtd lovo
,platlu Tbn letter 1 Rfl follows:
To Mias , Wlndaort Hotel,
Deeding; I was always slsd when
i olwnys aorry when you
1 1 nWi always happy to go to you,
lya lorry to leave ymi, .ilwsya
WflSfl with you, aiwoys
alt bf your aid" and bold
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918.
TAR IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. !
Ilels in a flolf llnme nefore Visit
o Secretary MeVeasih.
BtURTON WOODS, N, 11. fot. in -
I'real.lent Taft had hi flmt golf gnrne
to-lay alnce he left Beverly with Mra
Taft and Ml MoaMmnn on his ls
diy MlenVOtllt Tip t'uo.j.li New Kng
Isnd. The Trealdent was up early and
played nine hole on the Mouth Well
ington llnha Although a light rnln
wus falling ami the mountain wern
covered with mist, there waa a Imnll
After breakfast herre the President
and his party left for Dublin. N. It.,
to visit Secretary of the Treasury Mr-Veaarh.
out hand and lo. into jour eyes
gag neaf ' our voice and hear you
miv I love you."
II a La j e to me than all else In
the world Those three words aald to
in. b) j would bring me bark
t,, lite nn I atrenKlh and hope and
Joy I ' hj darling aay them to me
aa.iln tnd from your heart and
i, UK- iTic happy. You have been j
mors cruel to me than anyone elan i
In t te world, because I love you bet
ter Inna. any afJbay snd morn than
sll othcea I ever knew. DAN.
B u ,-f.n. D, ' . Mnrch 14, 1!T.
i probaMi HMiMta
The Sickles home property, on which
the foraeloaure procreillngs are to T In
stltutadi front 7 feet on I'lfth avenue
and nx ends ba'dc 110 feet on Ninth
street. It la assessed at 1143,000, hut Is
worth arobaMy isooofio.
I'repare for Hevolt la lkoland.
l'AHIS, OoL 10. Itenorts of a possible
Insurrection In Poland have raaiilted
Hi a ret Irietructlon being given to the
fli atuiers In Itusalan Poland to transfer I
t r A "'iiri'titt and valuables to Mos-
oow . rd:n to n despaxb Croin St.
I'eieraburg to the Tampa.
Tn-merrnw la the flrat day sf reglalrs
tlen. If yen dn aet resist er yen rsnnol
tute. Realatratlon booth, will ones si T
A. M. and rlnae at 10 I. M.
I. W .W. LEADERS STAY IN JAIL
Coart Nefases In Release Ftlor and
other" on Hall.
SAI.EM, Mass . Oct. 10. -Jitrtite Josepn
F. Wtilnn of the Superl ). Coaft to
day declined to order the rcicaae on
ball of Joseph J Ettor, Arturc Jio
aiiiiltt1 ao. Joseph t'eruao. whoe
trial on charge of hulng rcspnnslblo
for the alleged murder of Anna I.o
plsao, a Ut,if nUII worker, I pend
ing In his court.
Motion asking ths release on hall of
Ettor, CMovannlttl and Caruso, wlic
ara as-otrtlnent in th Induatiiai Work
ers of ths World, were filed wdifh
Judge Qulnn yesterday and ariruments
were made sf that tlrrs. The trial of
the thras men will be resumed next
Mondsy, when a new vemlri. of 360
talesmen will report for examination.
Why You Should
I'ndei our Tircent motle of living,
Nature titissilefl cannot tlitpose of
all tin Waits, Tbl WHte Mbdl Itl pi"
sons in'o tlie ivtttflli through th'- blOOQ
in itla' on. amj I r i n(f on CfitlQtleM
1 li.it tin raaansj u I'hygkUui'i fiiil
slip in HUlaM to (jive u laittitrt,
PkygieiUI r ner.illv, in order to stop
tliia srcttmiilstion of wsste sre no al
visiog the use of the I, II. 1.. Cascade,
Nsture'a cure ft r ronttipatiun, which
rids the I' " r intestine of all Wagtg ami
kirpt it healthy without drugging.
It is now shown by all Hiker anil Hege
tnan DtS Hlorcs in New York and
Aak for booklet. "Why Man of To
day Ii Onlv M Effnient."
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 3tSo&u Shoes
W. L. Iougla sboca
bold their shape, At
better and wear loogor
than any other raaks
for the price.
Stimi In Grtatsr Nlw Vsfk I
Y i H street
r isilwsy. . or. Stli M.
I Ituiadeav. cor. Kill St.
BreadwafiOor. no wm
HuisjbvAT 1 .me M,
teM.ll rr , '.irnr fcith M.
14".as. re., near est St.
rT Ttitni' Asi-ue ' Kn.''nV,,"r'
... inn, :n- I,, tin bri.it
an Ktahtb Sr.. near tfd ItieMlway.
sue iv.sh iw.it. Straat. '- Mb ""'
sVeart ui Broad St. :,-. Ivatn Areane.
WORLD WANTS WORK WOWDTJIi
aoLin nni,r lavalmcrf..
IW Deaee rteatffna to
t Money Refunded
orm wuolcsall raicB.
a Prto I an.no
( MHi Ktobi,
Ma11 OMrn I'romptlr riUH.
CHILDREN NEED "CASCARETS" WHEN
Any rhil.l will gladly baga'faafSJstl I 'nnd- ( nlhnrti.-," which at Is gently
never gripes or produces the s)bUi goeasiaeal thouh rlronscs Ihr little one's
Conatipstrd llowela. sweetens tke utoms. h snd pots the liver in a healthy condition
Hull directions for vhildrritnd grnwn-up in each package.
Mothers can rest easy afttm"s this gentle, thorough laxstive to children.
It pay to pay casiK
II CenlS. Never grip, or eickasw
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP'
34th Street New York.
Announce for Friday, October 11th.
A Most Important Sale of
Tailored Suits for Women and Misses
also suitable for small women 14, 16 and 18 years
Consisting of the season's best models in plain and fancy
tailored effects of Velvet, Corduroy, Vclour de Laine,
Broadcloth, Wide Wale and Serge in prevailing colors
(actual values to 55.00)
29.75 37.50 42.50
Styles and make represent our usual standard, embodying
materials, workmanship and finish of the highest excellence.
HE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Posi
tions" than any other
two mediums In the
8ACIBTT, CAKBART t CO,
cm mm nn
s IV """"" "
9tt Oarharf Co.
fVrf eivar's Hand
ER IS NAMED
kIOII TL0THINC FIRM
I ju ociYiirnro uiuno
a . a
on llsaavae s Twastg
NS &IS Ws.t p.
hlsa ka base
- (Of a. "VaW
SSlr srvlvarstilp by Jti.tg
tha rsSeral Court.
Will SAIL IX SKY
FOR SEA SAILORS.
A fleet ef a rlozrn aeroplane manosti
vrlt.g at a height uf 2.0u0 fuel will be
a festurs of the svlstlon mwt al Dak
wood lialghts, N. I , MatiinUy afternoon
Tht artll b part of u progratn.ne ar
raaTc4 to entertain ufflcer and aalloia
ef Ihr Atlantic Diet.
Th alrahlpa all! be led by one ban
Had by m. s Ri:th ijiw. ihe aaly mam-
aa flytr In the inert. Him aasi a Wright
machtna daaplte the ohjuctlons raUtd by
ths Wright brothers affalaal fllgbta ly
moBsT avlatora who will put their
Btanss through sll ths feat of th Mrs.
taan's science- ara Capt Thumas M
lialdwlu. George W. Ilestty, Harry II
Brown, ierll I'eull. Samuel llartun.
Horao Keiiiinirl clt-orge (i Blmroaoa
snd sir. Weak.
Tvlee SjuIi-IcIi- after spree.
Crascd ufur a mii irlnklng bout,
Jejues Murphy. ISMTO WO, s biaca
sstlth. ruotniiig at No, at Colusawaa
. avaaua, cat hi tiiroat with a rasor early
f Say. Hs waa takea. ifjfig, to th
w- ssaaaa wrvar noapuii.
You'll Pay Double
for Similar Clothes Elsewhere
Average Saving Here Is One-Half
NCY IS ADMITTED
This it the height of the Clothes Season.
It's Harvest-time with the makers and sellers of garmenti (or men.
And, with but a single exception, full prices mutt be charged
wherever there it good clothes reputation.
The exception is here at the Hsckett-Carhart stores.
It is here solely because of the recent receivership.
It exists for the reason that the creditors accepted SI cents on
the dollar- a concession that permiu present stocks to btiold st an
average of 50' less than regular prices.
These present stocks comprise more than 25,000 garments of the
latest rut, the newest fabrics, the finest tailoring. '
All are of Hackett-Carhart qualitya standard that hsj been
pre-eminent for more than fifty-six years.
The msterials are nearly all exclusively woven. All-wool, cold
water shrunk, and tested for color and strength.
The models embody the best style ideas of two continents.
Greater distinctiveness, more absolute t irrectness, u not pro
curable from the most renowned custom tailor.
Bricflv. vou can choose here among New York's finest clothes:
and save an average of one-half on your selection.
To give you an idea of what awaits you!
Nearly 14.000 suits, in over 800 fabrics and designs sre here to
day. Most of them specially woven, and of every new and popular
shade, weave and mixture. Blues and Blacks are included. The
models include all the correct English. Continental. Fifth Avenue
arid College adaptations for all ages and sizes of men and boys.
Then there are more than 1 1,000 overcoats in over 40 distinctive
models for every possible service. They range from the smart quarter-lined
Guard Coats for Fall, to the big warm Irish Freize Coats for
zero weather. Nothing in style or fabric for any service has been
If you had unlimited means and could command the finest
tailors in the land, you couldn't get more in clothes than awaits you
at the 1 lackett-Carhart stores to-day. And. remember, that each
garment in every stock means an average saving to you of
50c on the Dollar
$13.50, 15, 18, 20 & 22.50 Suits, Fall
Coats and Winter Overcoats
$18, 20, 22.50, 25 & 28 Suits,
Fall Coat h and Winter Overcoats
$22.50, 25, 28, 30 & 32.50 Suits,
Fall Coats & Winter Overcoats. ,
$28, 30, 32.50, 35 & 37.50 Suits, Fall
Coats and Winter Overcoats
$32.50, 35, 37.50 & 40 Suits
and Winter Overcoats
$35, 37.50, 40 & 45 Suits C97 tt(
and Winter Overcoats P- UW
FULL DRESS, TUXEDOS, CUTAWAY COATS
FUR LINED COATS AT 33 ,' TO 80
iOc & 75. NecUctr. New I all Shades 2Sc
65c Knitted Neckwear 3 for $1.00 35c
l eridl.50Knjttrdand Imported bilk Neckwear . 55c
JOc Pure Thread Law. Silk Mosc 25c
$1.50 6t $2.00 Shirts. Famous Makes 85c
$2 At $2.50 Shirts, Outturn and Famous Makes. . . $1.15
$1.85 At $2.50 Imported KnUh Walkms sod
Arabian Mnche Uovrs $1.15
S2.50 Imported Mocha Cloves ... $1.65
tOc Fgypiian Cotton UalUiiRan t'nderwrst 35c
$1.50 Nos-ShrinksUe Medium Weight Wor.ted
AND VESTS, AND
6&c IS tn 18 Orman Blanket Robes
MS "ecfcefl-Csriurr Guarantee - Your
enttr satisfaction Is the first consider
t'?nll0 HscUett, Cnrhart & Co. Inc.,
" your selection fails to render
the nW kind of service, return it, and
i our money.
$4 & $ Sweater Coats, pule wonted $2.25
$6 & $7 Swtatrr Coals, pure worsted SZ.75
ENGLISH RUBBERIZED GABARDINE AND
ENGLISH TWLEr RAINCOAT REDUCTIONS
$7 & $7.50 Rubbcruni Raincoats $4.25
$8 & $10 Rubberised Kaimosts $6.75
$15 and $18 Enil'sh T weed and Rubberised
$20 $2 2 50 & $25 F.ntlish Rubberised and
English Tweed Raincoats $ 1 3 . 50
hear Chamber St..
Oawelt Oat) Ustl.
at mil. Mm
Near I Bleu .
154 E. 125th St.
Near Si Ate.
Uoru 1 i.uL.i...
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Instead of merely grinding out music accurate in note and time
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' It does not improve with age.
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SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS