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Vm WORLD, ItiQxMDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
OF WILSON MEN
150 Massed Bands at Washing
ton Square to Precede Dem
MARCH UP BROADWAY.
William B. Hornblower Will
Lead the Way for the Dis
At 7 o'clock to-night the laat gun
of the otmtli r.r the election t
Woodrow Wileon for rreeluent of tlio
TTnltd State and for Wltllar Bullsr
fa Qovernor of Now YorK will tio
tired, when a mounter intrude, which
will undouhtedly gellpe even the plane
made (or laat Haturday'e demonstra
tion, will form at the Washlna-ti n
Aroh, on lower itfth avenue. Thla
Anal demonstration win be under tlie
aaeplcea of the Woodrow Wileon Cul
) Men'a League, and from the num
ber of application for poelUona In the
Una received at the headquarter In
tie Hotel Imperlol the demonstration
to-night will be tho moat Interesting
and spectacular of all of thoae that
have occurred in tho present cam
paign. Wrst of all there will be u band
concert In which 111 band linti uinenu
will play at the seine time. After the
concert the purade proper will furin
and thouaande uf men, led by the Hun
William 1J. Hornblowtr, Preeldcnt uf
the Woodrow Wileon College Men a
l.agu. escorted by John I DeSaullo:
and Joseph R. Trueedale. will inarch
up Fifth avenuo to I. mm Acre 8y,uaro,
where an old-fHhloned rally will bo
held In front of tho Hotel OMNIUM the
headquarter of the Wileon and Mar
hall Theatrical I.eOKiic.
The head of the drat column ahpuM
"aoh the equate about 3.30 o'clocl..
Thoae In the front Una iirlll be the Hon.
William H. Kdwardl, K. K. MMLta,
- speaker o! t'.ie College Men's
lenguii and I,'.' mi'-it'iem uif the same
NOTABLE SOUTHERNERS TO
TAKE PART IN PARADE.
in the parade will I., dogma of bands,
fifteen HogWi the seven MoBntagart
iipithera, who are seven young Irls.i
Amerloaii. eivuli or whom l more than
ran feet in haterM, flhousianda of
foreign born American olttsens, who
wUl vote the Deraocratia ticket, g di
vision of notable Southerners, saanr
dlvlelona of military organlaatlong and
other apectacular features. Including en
elephant contributed by the Wilson and
Harebell Theatrical League,
Am the parade panes the Hotel Im
perial (t will be reviewed by WUUani
F. McOombe, Chairman of Ills Demo
oratlo National Commltss, dram the
College League windows.
The six dlvlalone have becn aaatgnaS
to place east and wast of Fifth avenue,
from Wiivrrly place to Fourteenth
street. Inclusive, extending on the west
to sixth avenue or beyond, and on the
east to and beyond Broadway, front
which point they will fall In tins attar
the heed of the main marching body as
It pnesee. Flags will lis distributed to
the mrarhere from truck placed at
these various point uf asasmMr, and
there will he a continuous display of
colored fire ami rci'lfta all along the
line of march.
FLOATS TO TAKE A SHOT AT
In the , m Mon win be twsnty fan
tastic and unique floats, a doten of
which will rapreeent the political car
toon of C. H Macauley and which have
been built under the direction of Jame
Hoblneon of Coney Island with th e
alatance of RuMn Merrlfleld, the ecenlc
artlM. One represent the "Money Bag
of Capitalism," another the figure of
"Legalized Monopoly" sitting at the win
dow of the "Houee of Oeueral Prosper
ity" anil h "Common People," who are
represented a a voter Dressing in w4tn
a elodgo hammer. It bear the worde,
"Hreak Into Your Home and Live
There." Another represents a hlg bull
moose with two Standard 'ill cans tied
to hi tall.
Anionic those who have been moat
active In aiding In the formulation of
tho Diana for this greatest of apon-
. inivnia rijtTTioprutlr. Hmnnnl ration nr. I
B. K MacLea, Chairman Parade Com
mittee; Joseph L. Jackson, Julian 0.
lillliuer. Chairman Military t'ommlt
tee. William Staokpole, Huyal E. T.
Rlgg. M 'lt Ltndhalm. M is on Peters.
David Kuhlnson, Qeoige V. Bonhag.
Charles Whitney, Co. Fred Felgl.
Thomas 1". Downlntr, Col. James E.
Orayblll, ("apt. L. Hubert Walton, Ed
E. Pldgeon, Charles White, Col. John
Byrne, Cot W C Fleas and C. R.
daceauley, fe airman riots and Exhlblta
Commit ta. . M,
ThU Will Stop Your
Cough In a Hurry
This Osagk tvrss
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ThU recipe makes a pint of better
rough syrup than you rould buy rm.lv
mam for M.80. A few doars usually
conquer the most obstinate cough
tops evsn whooping cough quickly.
Mil one pint of granulated sugar with
i pint of warm water and atlr for I
minutes. Put I Hi nunces of Pines (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then n tl
the Sugar Syrup. It ha a pleasant
taste and last a family a long time.
You can feel this take hold of a cough :
In a way that means busines. Hat a
good tonic effect, braces up the appetite,
and is slightly laxative. A handy
remedy for hoarseness, croup, bron
chitis, asthma and All throat and lung
The effect of pine on the membranes
is well known. Pinex is the most valu
able concentrated compound of Norwe
gian white pine extract, and it rich in
guaiacol and all the natural healing
pine elements. Other preparations will
not work in this formula.
Thit Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe
has attained great popularity through
out the United States and Canada, It
hat often been imitated, though never
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction or
money promptly refunded goes with
thit recipe. Your druggist hat Pinsx or
will get it for you. If not, tend to The I
Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Imi.
T New York's A Shopping Center
0 Neill-Adams Co.
Sixth Avenue. 20th to 22nd Street.
Tkt pianos Jot IkU Co-operative sale Iff personally ,1.,1,-dal Ihejacloivby Mr. C. AlUti U afner. President Tkt Lvraihord Co..and utxnt
arrival are teing listed and in pet led ty Mr. Sal,an t-ranko, ftr years Conductor and (..meertmcistcr Metropolitan Opera Company
Copyright 'I1!-. ' ftnne ft MoCarrick, in
When you begin to pay you begin to o
your piano and in event
of death all unpaid pay
ments are immediately
The advantage of buying a first class, thoroughly
dependable piano at 1 dollar and 25 cents a week
cannot be told too often. In this case, you are
given twice the time in which to pay 248 dollars
and 75 cents that you ordinarily are given to
pay MO dollars a big double advantage.
is mixed at the
mill with cream
of tartar, soda
and salt in just
the correct pro
portions. ' Saves time and elim
inates guesswork. Makes things
light and right.
You'd like to have some kind
of pastry for dinner tomorrow,
wouldn't you ? Then send to
your grocer for Presto Flour.
Recipes in and on every package.
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Mdhors nf H O. Fore o.and Presio.
"Largest Popular Price Garment Houte in New York"
CsH ALL DAY
gth Ave. CORNER fth St.
Special All Day To-Mcrrow New York's Greatest
5,000 Stunning Coats
Regularly $14.96 to $29.75
SALE 3,500 r'andsome Suits
Former y $25.00 to $42.50
are Irom our regular stock and
art rtductd lor quick clear
ance. Included art over fifty
of the stason'i choicest di. sy and tailored modtli ca.-h In
the very height of fashion In til t.iti for womn tnd
misses from M lo 44 Among tht fabrics art velvets, cor
duroys, broadcloth,, wile dltgontls, ttrgtt tnd mixtures. In
bltck, navy tnd tht prevailing shades-
art shown In over forty dif
fering distinctive ity t-
r slat a (a itsnistl nulHnn,
service and for drs wtar made of pluih, PkniMU tnd
other fur fjbrlct, cMnchlllu.two-tonti, broidclothi. bouclci,
llbcllnu, plaid backs ard Mrg.il- in bltck, nivy, tht vari
ous faihlonablt solid ihtdts, IwtHont stripes tnd mlxturtt
All him far women and mints, 14 to 44,
WHEN you pay your very first five
dollars, you begin right then and
there to own one ofjhese beau
When you pay your lirst week's payment of
one dollar and twenty-five cents, you have taken
the second step toward ownerHhit); the second
week another step; the third week still another
step, and so on, and so on, until the first tiling
you know you will be the proud owner of a fine
three hundred and fifty dollar piano, tor which
you will have paid but two hundred and forty
eight dollars and seventy-five cents, without
having missed it.
But now suppose that while you are still
making your payments you should die. ( Ordinarily
it would be necessary for your family to keep up
the remaining payments, or else lose the piano.
But not so in this case. These pianos are
sold through our co-operative plan. The plan
is a mutually helpful one. It is based on the prin
ciple of "you help me and I'll help you." So if
you should die before you have completed your
payments (it matters not how few you have made)
the remaining payments will be cancelled "forth
with" (meaning immediately), and the piano
turned over to your family free of any encum
You thus save the piano for your family.
Your family is relieved of all further obligations.
The helpful co-operative hand reaches out and
cancels the remainder of your indebtedness, and
the piano becomes the property of your family
without their having to make any other payments.
The value of these pianos
as an investment
By investing in one of these pianos, yon are acquiring a
You are investing in sbmething which will be worth
something when you have paid for it. You are building up
an asset, which, aside from the entertainment and pleasure
you get out of it, will be worth something to you in dollars
HMIWMMH an(t cents, twelve, fifteen or twenty
years from now.
Crossed OH Remember you are buying three
SgW3S SXihT hundred and fifty dollars' worth of
J? the lMano value at a cost oi Onljf two
hundred and forty-eight dollars
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to indicate tlir.t l4"- 1rL,,cl1 w VTCai clliu it cll llliw
w s fu": account, one of these pianos will
it Lroisra , . jia..
per ion, oe wonn more arier uou nave ii
'. fullupaid for than uou now have
lnt to pay for one, and at that time,
-ill I a a
you will nave had nearly tour
years' use of it.
And, in the same way, the longer you own it. thr less it
will have cost you per month for its use. Figure it any way
you wish, it is hard to see how pianos of the exceptional value
of these will have cost you over a dollar a month for their
use, it matters not how long you own one, whether it is t -r 1
years, fifteen years, or even twenty years.
aii uf the features of tin. cooperative plan bi carried out m
otdrini! playerplano, with the single exception that tik- urn
cm playerpianon tun two dollar ,i week instead of us on the
pinna onr dollar :nid twenty.ftve enl i week
Copyright. Itll. by Stone A UcCuntek. SB
A column 1 giving the whole
proposition in brief paragraphs
First. You get a piano which ia worth and sells regularly at three hundred
and fifty dollars, for two hundred and forty-eight dollars and seventy-five ceata
savirg you ;it the outset one hundred and one dollars and twenty-five cents.
Second. When you finish paying for your piano, if bought in the usual way,
you still owe from twenty five to thiffy-five dollar interest. Through thit
ro-ojcrafiVc plan, when you have paid your two hundred and forty-eight dollars
iind seventy-five cent, you have finished paying. There are no further pay
ments to be made, either on account of interest or for any other reason.
Third. Instead of paying twenty to twenty-five dollars as a first payment
and ti ii, twelve or fifteen dollars a month, as you will in a regular way, during this
co-operative sale you pay but five dollars to join in this associate movement and
then ii it one dollar and twenty-five cents a week.
Fourth. You ret the strongest guarantee ever put on a piano; a joint guar
antee lignsd by the manufneturers - Kohler 6 Campbell and ourselves, giving
you protection for five years that is as safe as a government bond.
Fifth. You get the privilege of returning your piano at the end of a thirty
day:.' ti iaj and getting your money back.
Sixthi Within one year from the day you get your piano, through this co
operative plan, you may exchange it for any reason whatsoever, without so
much as a penny's loss.
Jvventh. A'u payments remaining unpaid are voluntarily cancelled in event
of your death thus leaving the piano free of encumbrance to your family.
Eighth, Yiui ;',et through this co-operative plan an opportunity to earn cash
dividends for each and every week's time the life of the co-operative agreement of
one hundred and ninety -five weeks is shortened. Through this privilege it is pos
sible for you to cam cash dividends amounting in all to twenty-nine dollars and'
hinth. You are given opportunity to secure others to co-operate in this plan.
This itll further reduces the cost of your instrument.
'tenth. Under this plan, two tunings, a piano stool to match the piano, a
late btyi' scari and delivery within one hundred and fifty miles of New York are
included without adding any further expense to the two hundred and forty-eight
dollars and seventy-five cents.
Sixtn Avenue, 20th, 21st and 22nd Streets
Sunday World Wants Wuirk Wonders
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