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THE EVENING WORLD, FBIDAY, OOTOBEB 11, 1912.
rf Gossip of the Men
With Hats in the Ring
Noisy Tobacco Trust Mixes Up Democratic
Campaign Plans, but Next Year the Annoy
ing Will Be the Other Way.
Btltlsh-Amfrlr-an Tobacoo Com
mm bwi UMTM tTis Dsmorrarlr
Crmnittts tor ths ?at two
I thr aerms to ts no way of
ttia snnoyanc. It ti quit
ts Should be, for ths Deswrrs ll'
It ajohic to annoy the Tfrtiaero
ml year. The company, of
Mr. Jamsi B. Dulie U the eon-
factor. nan taken the floor above
eommttMe In the Fifth Avenue
They have ben drilling the
to-day and yeeterday and the
t that not'ilns abort or
One cannot hear Mmaeif
te fUet for an exe uMv eeeelon. When
(M tillnka he la whlenerlnc tie la ahont-
ahlMelf hoarae. The rubllrlty Com
ee la fetrtna 1U dope dtatorted and
to Bpemkeri Bureau la ftlnf Ita datet
CI A committee waited upon the
bare thU mornlnc and letmel
taat holae ware twlrsf diillad In the
floors to put down pace to
ruga an-1 oarpnte. Tma will not
roTtde enay going- for fha Ntco
Brorhera in the future, btrt thn
Committee will be unable
rhat ta going on In the office
t the trust. Tho drilling will last onJy
note k as i
Oast. rUrmam Johnson, the Big Bull
Efa running mate, la In Phtlaflal
M gar on hla way to California,
Kpiaatad Ismoatf as well pleaead
at Ma racaption hare and aaya the East
will be surprised at the return ea
IBoaMon Day. Oov Johnson ta daacrlhed
as a flshtar He had a hundred fla-nte
la Ma younrar day
aaTUgBtlng lawyer In Hscramento
a sssa was brought to him which tiad
kM turned down by other lawyers. It
was Mat of a lad sccused of stealing. I
OMounataotial evtdrnce was strong !
prisoner, hut friends of the
lawyer assured Mm ths toy's
of the beet snd he was thn
aMy support of a widowed mother.
jBMwon took an tntsrsst In ths oaa.
it was Che boy's word against that of a
aasa wAJ-4o-4o and pretty strong In
rorter who wn srstetlt, "he's Preel-
dafr Taft's pel vats oocrotary." Mr. Ver
non, tht dtatilkutof of the rmr"!rn
CatlflOsI Huff, at'olti. up quickly. "Mr.
IHKes ll CnalNMa of the National
OamnRMa." Mvaryfcudy ; ..... m had
MfgaHMll It, hut tliry retnemhered It as
n aa Vemon sme of II. "Well, aa
long aa T have boon coming to head
quarter." anld Hie political reorer of
ths only T.ift firgin, "I have nev-r sen I
Mr. MIIOO." (Nota 1'etie -This doesn'tj
go If the timnagliig editor hears It.) Mr.
Illllca'a name Jipprsrs occasionally in
the csnoe.1 atuff and there la onn thing
which must he said for him. He's a
Vxry good looking chap.
Thla will attr the actore tip The Wil
son and Marshall Theatrical League la
going to hold a aouvenlr rummage sale.
It'a going to ha a rummy sals, too. Ths .
sain will be hold wttnln the nsyt fort
night, ol rhsp, at on of ths Broadway
attow ahopa 'Twill be good aa a play. !
I mm!:., nt actor, myt aotrrasss, will
be auntlnnarra. und what fun there will
bo! It 'Will be a matinee, of course,
and there wtil tie rush, artmlaalon hs- '
Ing free. But of the show later. Ths
league Is sending out letters for sou- '
vrnir. Anything Is wlcoms from a
"lead pencil lo a lorgnctta" A glove
or a gown, n satin elipper, a baseball
score, if U'a the Olants' game, an old
fan. an old tie mlnua the association),
an old no, old Joksi are harred. Bo ara I
old glrla. The proceeds will b handed
over to the Wllaon campaign fund.
Keep your seat " "Nevar mind," re-
turneil Mr. MoVomha. Jocoai!y, 'Tm go.
Ing to Waahlngton Monday, and III
have pleMy of time to sit down I will
be on the w.tneaa aland."
Holla Wella, trcnaurer of Hie National
Tiemocrsllc Commit!'-., ta a great Imst-
lOf and alai can aee I Joke further thn
he can heir It. Mr. Wella la a little
hard of hc.irlng, an'iow. They h.4.1 a
. .irloon !n the offlrn of J. C. Hammond,
the man who furnishes the CSSraPalffn
lope" for the n wapapcrs Mr. Well
hl a h.Ctlt of vlaitlng the various dc
l.artmenta, making s title auRgeatlon
here, dropping a hit of advice there for
the go.1 of the cauae. When he entered
ths pubUott oftKn thla tre.iaurcr humped
Into It h. d on It was a picture of a
I'.ng line of cont rlhutors dropping Ih-dr
ilollara .nto the pot. Mr. Wella said
nothing, lie just tiok a dollar MM from
lila BOOhOI and shoved It thmugh a allt
abOVI tho acteen. Til Oil he du. ked lie
hlnd the screen In hla capacity of treaa
nrer and got the dolar hack, lie said
that the iitrtooii wae o good that It
ought 0 get the money Thla makes
$..,tl which Mr. We IN ha contributed
Id tli campaign
If Ool. Itonaevslt Is keeping or on
the stories told on him In the campaign
he'll have more rtorlea In his scrap-hook
than there ore members In his Ansnlas
Club. The stories would tnaks a good
supplement to the oltrb. fur nuns of
Ihem are true. For Inatsnos, nobody
boHOrtl this on. It la being told by
former Member of Congress Itslph Cols,
"Roosevelt doesn't appeal to ths
voters mils yesr." he aaya, "any more
than did the Jobaler whloh was handed
out to the hungry man out West. He
Mw a sign, flneat fresh llv lobsters In
town.' Hs was -fond of lobsters and
had one brought to him. It had Its
aides saved In. Its eyes gouged out and
kaws all trlmmsd snd broksn. 'You
oall that a freah llvo lobster,' ths man
Indlgnsntly demsnde I IKuref ssld the
i niter. 'You see, theae lobatera come
ii long way aiToaa tihe country. They
are packed into crates and thsy fight
wltli each other all the way.' The man
mussd s moment, then said to the
waiter: 'Here, take this hack and bring
ma a wlnnar.' "
STRAUS GIVES PLEDGE
OF HIGHWAY REFORMS.
Dues Not Mention New York Police,
but Says Murphy Dictated Sul
HOCin.KTFK. Oct. 1! -tOacar 8.
Ptiaus. I'rogreaslve andulats for Oov
ernor, waa given a roualng re eptlon
last evening at Convention Hall, wh'ch
wsa filled liy .W persons In spite of a
' heavy ruin storm.
Mr. Straua did not refer to the New
I York police al'unllon hut paid hla rca
pecta to the highway mitangeme-nt as
"Take the building of our hlghwaye.
1 propose If any of the money M unex
pended -and there la a large sum yet ts
he cxpen led I propoer thai there high
waya shnll not run to private residences
snd T propost lias that we ahull not
have three foremen to watch every pick
axe." At Auburn earlier In the day Mr.
Rtrntia declnred that TbOIMI Mott Os
borne had hern hoodwinked If he be
lieved Hint Tammany Hall did not dic
tate the nomination of William flulier.
AS PINCHOT SPEAKS.
To-day and lo-mnrniw are ilayn of reg
istration. If you do not reglater yen can
net veto. Registration hoot ha will open at
T A. M. sad rlaee at to P. M.
Onilty of real and l and Fraada.
TACOMA, Wash., Oct. 11. -C. E. Hon,
ton and John H. Hnllnck were found
guilty In the Federal Court yeaterday
on a charge of conspiracy to defraud
the dovornment on coal contracts In
Alaalta. Kenteni-s will he passed Nov. I.
Even Very Little Folks
M.ilf of AudletKI Leave After (iar
ftekTl Talk Cheers lor
IaMe Hall, at Klghty-thlrd street sn.l
Hroadway, waa about one tenth tilled
at a Bull Moose rally las: night. There
were scarcely one hundred penon
pracnt to hear Jsmra It. (larfleld, anH
(lfly of i he,, "otgnpodod" BOfen Amna I
I'ltirhnt could get In a word.
The mention of Oacar Btrsua by Alfred
Nicholson, who presided, and by other
speaker waa always the signal for a
feeble cheer, hut the name of Col.
Ilooscvelt generally went by without
In speaking of the expectation! of the ;
rrogreaslvos, Mr. tiurfleld eald:
We will bring niest, rugar, oil and
coal under the control of the people
of the I'nltel Stste We will mak
the lenders of speclsl Internal know
that they cannot longer Impose unjust
proflta upon the people of this country. I
"They say Roosevelt la amtoltloua.
Aye. he la ambitious, hut for whst? For
the people of the t.'nlted States."
Mr. PUtOtlOl read edltorlala from The
World of 14 and asked If they did not
sound like some of the editorials to-day.
Linden Bates and Mrs. Selma Lewis
The terror of the rhounatk
Iwinpe is older than the Inuiiisition.
It Imm lianislieil IhoSC who cotilil
afford il to "Tlic Hal hs."
Ii lii made bcaVfM4ra (uwMtfi
01 eencral -confessed incoinpetenl I
of nlilc pliysicjBns.
It lias turned the draughts ()f
nighlfnll into dreadful nightmares
from which there seemed no pro
DocattHO science had not yet
DfOOMCtl tlic one simple antidote
for lirk m id poisoning.
NtTRlTO is that antidote a
simple powder prescription Inno
cent of opiiites, narcotics or any
thing else (hat can work harm.
Its offiie is for good, and good
only. Men anil women of promi
nence and good judgment sre
trading their aches and paint (or it
daily their rheumatism, sciatica
A few hours or a few days at
most and the sought relief la
M IIITO it aa wonderful as
radium and more practical. The
best physicians vouch for it.
The Magistral Chemical Com
pany, Mfgs., Flatiron Building
Sold at 91 and It a hoi by all the
V- thF Socman CAMnruvr
Chairman MoCnmbs of the Democratic
National Committee was st headqusr- i
tora yesterday. Notwithstanding that
Mr. MoCoinba hat hern on ths lick lltt,
he has besn kept spprlaed of the prog
ress of thn campaign Everybody wanted
to sea him and he arose from hit chair
When hs was a I to greet each newcomer. He was going
Cal., p ""wn i kc in elevator until Act
ing iiairmnii jtwoo remouiirsisn ami
deolured that If MoCombi didn't kasp
his scat snd real himself iha would have '
a sign made reading. ' How do you do? I
To-day lo Ma first day af registra
tion. If yon do not rsglater yon oan
not vol. BaglatraUoa booths will
open at 7 A. M. and oloaa at 10 P. M.
It krepa their little " tummies " in a
oweet, clean condition itis a delicious
yet positive Laxative Ilium! Purifier
that causea no pain, no griping.
Alalldrwgsaibj.ISc SOc snd $1.00 ko.
For free erapl and IOO-pse book writ
Pariola Co., 100 Second As... New York.
I DIsu-lct-Atlorney took an sspectal
In ths prosecution and Johnson
be was 'beaten In the law. Hla
Shop waa 1n Injecting something
B Into ths fight. Hs did. As the
-Attorney was addressing the
Osurt fas pauaed In a lofty night of
OkMPsenoa. standing by Jobnsen'a oha.r.
"Tou'rs a contemptible blackguard,"
tJMtpered Johnson. The speech never
SJM finished The District-Attorney
Maala a swrpu at Johnson and the two
giwysrs went to the mat. Chair and
MM ware overturDsd. The judxe
Moke Ma gavel and the hall Iff had Ma
jgrhhei torn. The two flghtara were
Dad V each and the Dlatrlot-Attorney
was aevett ly .. . i.undad The caee
gas thrown out of court The oomlng
Orvemor apologised most handsomely
M Ma Court and tendered hla One. Ula
Manor wjid Mm to forget the fine.
' Straws show the way the wind blows,
raw votes show ths way the election
ra They are getting straw votes irom
over the country, and one day Wll
aom blows and the next day the ('oWne!
Maws Sain days they blow together.
Sat the final oount ia now In. It has
from the Panama Canal. The
at ditch always telle the story. This
gms it Ii for ths Colonel. It ought to
M for the Colonel, for he bought the
country for Uncle 8am. He geti W per
ant. of Ma vote. WUson gets V psr
aaat and Taft only The funniest
thing about It la that tour years ago
Taft got only per cent, and Bryan It
Par oaot. No, that Isn't the funniest
Mtog. either. The real funny thing Is
Mat they haven't got a vote In the
OF WOMAN'S LIFE
From 40 to 50 Years of
Age How It May Be
Passed in Safety.
Odd. Va.: "I am rninving better
health than I have for () years, and I
lielicvc I ran safely
lay now that I am a ,
wrll woman. I was j
reared on a farm
and had all kinds of
hea vv work to do ;
which caused the :
trouble! that came
on me later. For
five yesrs during I he
Change of Life I ,
was not ahle to lift
it pail of water. I
which would Isst
for weeks and I waa not aide to tit up in
bed. I suffered a great deal with my
back and waa lo uervoua I could acarcely
sleep at night, snd I did not do any
housework for three years.
"Now I can do as much work ai any
woman of my age in the county, thanks
to the liencfit I have received from
I.ydia K. Hinkham'i Vegetable Com
pound. I recommend your remedies to
all suffering women." Mrs. Martha L.
Holloway. Odd. Va.
No other medicine for woman's ilia has
received such wldr-aprrad and unquali
fied endorsement. V'r know of no other
medicine which tins inch a record of
success ts has I. vilia K. Pinkhim '
Me might at well he In Washington all tenet nhle Compound, ror more than 911
the time. He ll never aecn at head- years it bai been tlic standard remedy
gemrtara and moat of hla time la spent , for woman's ill.
ta writing a dally story ror a morning If you have the alighteit doubt
sSSTSTJUT "io.":1"" th,t E- wau5m,i vegetable
LagCaas i?i.f,Th" -" " 1 Compound will help you" writ
nd Me announcement that Mr. HUIh 'confidential). Lynn. Mast., for ad
had gone to Washington was handed v'c. i our letter will be opened,
to Mm. "Who' HllllesT" ho Inquired 1 read and answered by a woman.
Innocently. "Why," nM another re-1 and held in atrict confidence.
An Outfit for $1 00 Weekly
At sMt lowest prices tn all Now Vorfc. ire afler to Sf any roan M your
lor a payment of tl.M weeUly.
I, .idle' Taupe Colored 8atln Hut-
ton Hoots medium short vamp;
Cuban heels, welled sole, a nov
elty one of the season's hast.
Hams style M the new Tail
Correct in Style and Quality
Remarkable for Solidity and Service
We keep pace with the style
requirements of the hour, yt't
we urescrve at its highest point
our reputation for the highest
quality materials and the most
thorough workmanship known
The necessary element of
quality is apparent in tliciiewest
styles as plainly as in tlic good
old-fashioned shapes we made
nearly half a century ago.
All styles for men, for women
and for children Ten Hig,
Bright, Busy Blyn Stores are
filled with them.
drman HUM of the Renubnoan
(Clonal Committee has gone to Wash-
There I now news In this. It
oertlftea tn the fact that Utiles Is.
Mill 1. .11
lllyn-Plan Shoe for
Hoy snd Ulrls; gun
metal calf and patent
colt; dealgned for com
fort, built for long ser
vice and full satisfaction.
t. i, $1.75
to IL $2.00
Tan lite. I
nrl Mill: -HUMS: S-JS-l
agt-i'M w. i -Mil st. .
to 8. $2.00
snm i :i ...
Very few manufacturers have the
costly equipment, the skilled workmen,
use the choice leather necessary to pro
duce the Blyn Flan Nature Shoes for
No other manufacturer has the ten
Big Busy Blyn Stores to sell them direct
to the wearer economically to your ad
vantage and ours.
From the designing artist to the capable
salesman, every man is keenly interested
in properly fitting the children's feet.
Tan Big Beat Storea - Shoei in Every Grade
Hla A. a7lh Ml
Nth At., .'lush iiiii, hi.
-V -'' 8d "Hie for Catalog of Children', shoe
"miStS i. ' """ nip. Abraham a Straus: M'wv
MM Mill HTIIKKSi
ftd ie, mi. I il'-.m sr.
N Av.. Mlth g M7th Sis
lid Av.lOth IM sts
linn err. nr. Ilrmime SI.
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Our Model Four-Room Apartment
, on EXJnurr.-'A at ovn irowaooMS. ,
Salt, five nieces Pier Mirror.
bevel slaesi I'srli.r Talile I bras.
1 1 haavdiesM lumu sad Olebe; pair
tVtarrai larae Orlrmai Hue.
.Ui 1 Meeker, il J'alra Curtsloa.
I Oak sard, bevelled Mirror: Valeur
b 4 ok iwnr-.eui Chairs i Oak 1 . -
OtalasT Table: Al-olree Dliuirr hrll
CevOT. IB aril Maiiliia
linldrn lk in,-. .inn Case or Chlffonh r
nud t a.hsUnd i Iron I nsinrll.il lied. I.rass
Irliiimedi Huvt-n wire lied Kurlnai sofl-tim
latlneai J I sawai I'llluwsi Saifertahlei
L.k. gW,JiW Chair i io m.. Maiilns.
nisllsli lullot st, to nieces
Kllchrn Ranse or IterrUrrmtori Oak
aJkhea neset, t.... ,i,,r, ;i i ,
xJraJJJ a u'''"rs of Tlnvtaroi lii vards
Completely Furnished T1
as mhovm M. vO
9 AS. sV
$75 82SgSi o7m V
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We will place any of these
pianos in your home on
Then, if you desire to keep
i,, make payments as low as
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1 Strlnway Upright. $100.00
1C bickering Upright 1100.00
1 Emerson Upright 0100.00
1 SterlingUpright 0100.00
1 Pease Upright 1 100.00
1 HraumullerUpright 0100.00
I Vose Upright 0100.00
S Cabler Uprights 100.00
1 FischerUpright 1100.00
2 Haines Uprights .100.00
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1 Maiondf Hamlin Upright! 100.00
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I KrocgerUpright 100.00
1 MoxartUpright 1100.00
1 Lindeman Upright (100.00
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1 HazlctonUpright $100.00
1 Kingsbury Upright $ 100.00
1 Cornctt Upright $100.00
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tn we i hem par
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Suits in this season's colors and styles no
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And 2,163 New Fall
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Special, at $15
$20 and $25 Values
These were also purchased by us from the
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In Fall Overcoats, smart, dressy Blacks,
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Special, at $20
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