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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
"Big Tim" Sullivan la In Cunnaettont ha w the live wlr of h-liiiartr-
while hl flgl't tot Co ,im mar. h-ra. Chatrmu lllll.s a as the li.vla.Mc
illy on !n the gas hnua dl-trlot. rfprcntf.tlve of lavlilbl campaign.
... .. . u. -- .. - - . U tlier.. were ny nem i h'adquartari
JlaW Tfcn making a tight . on of, ( J,, ,0 h( Qu chllnt, ,, ,
Ms Mnchman n al. tlll, AfUr , ot) , Job a pn-amr
"Hopa," J" the answor. "don't have t ruahllihM fan th.it thr-re wii a
to." , wrtp . ' -an hna.lnuartrri !n WtW York.
"B'lt lin t fom" line running agmnai
"Think to, lint atu'l Mire. Ones- th-rf
Iftu.t . ihoneh W. II tltrl Ml whn
ht 1 and a"ve Mm MOUffc v.itca 10
mak. It look Uka n Until Tlm'a all
ittht. Were making lil light. There
ain't no fight."
Oov Wilson mole a lilt with hi and!
Be when thty put a man Olll "1 ih"
u.tM. Mn Thitftiv n'.fftkl. Thr r.l.'in.
atandlng ! n ' p4tf n. I ' !
up tj the Qovarnor ah le lie '"t jim bk
ltoojivelt alio;. Taft hit In lh- ey j
with n !, niift nn-ar WnffM ha hi '
f.-wip cut Iti an auto bump. The Herrel
fcHrvieg niin haven't trot ihe hoy who
p.;! Ml Hi' I'i'sI'Vnt. No doubt tie 11 r - ;
main in tilling until the vaulellle man
ager get on lit trail A bullet coul'ln'l
do the Ball Mooee anil a pen rnuMh I
B jte thi elephant Uut tha tmy
will probably live to i.i n a ihe 'guy"
who put th pea In the O. O. P.
MMUM Pwaffer. ru-i eepondent of tha
III: "Speak to up, aoout the llultimore; .. ., rtrm,..,. aays that Ihe
Than m-mm . Vliu. I Malone null for
the Interrupter iin I h i" hi- w
Pon t put h m out." f ! the lime no
'If very rmrtaiaaflng to have two
peaking 'at th Mtn time, bin thi li
a, fre eountr: " And th Oovmpr
jri right a'onir. I1 did ihe man who
Hi. ltil! Oaklry Is the -lirrptor of the
ajtvatura f the Hot. . Miinli.i'.Mu. li n
ta- B in Moot haaatquartart ar when
Mr OaJiMp ten un f t " H
BmI'I go dOWH, nnl when it ftomoi
toiv;i he mull. It go right up BffajB
Mr. Hill (akley IMI a whit. m lalai'ha
, . r.,.. .i. ... r.ift. Ho lack the
fV .i. ti nt's ttc.ii. hut In otho
jkaet well, two ladloo word wmJkku
t I ne ulevlor tlll lllornlllK hen "in-
.rf them olotehed I ha elder lady mt
(M wklapored audi My: "Oh, BMu mo,
itir e - Protldon: TtX and he' sot hi
H i... ,1... l'.......nl Wa lif.t n Oil K I t -
leday he iooke-1 u EMU "Ion h Otoppod
Aftia.i In rvionvWi mt Ihe Bull Mori
mooting u :i moal atrafa1ln.iry Affair.
"Rog ly," he oonflde.1 to n friend, "there
ik Ouch a din ' ffOvMa'l tell nhether
i ,. goad ptaylng 'Oo-I Hav the
vVeaaal' or 'Pop fce the King.'"
('hurl'' I". Murphy, Tammany'a leader,
Ma. a.(Hl ,.n HntiirUnv what he thought
..f tha PfOarfQgllVQg claim that they
would sat l 'I"- county by lo.oon with
., twinkling oyg Mr Murphy reapnnded:
"Hum: We're the Progreaalvea."
hen T.wn Shm key flrat came to
Now Vnrk he ate hi flrat lohater. Bring
mo twelve more of them lohatara,' aaid
Tom The waiter etilfted hla napkin
und ruhrthil hi chin Are you eipeetlng,
a tarty, Mr. Mliarlte.v V he uskcil defer-)
mtlally. Sliarkey hold hla knife and
r..,i, in in umluht rjoaltlon before him
und, kMklngj tin IMltaf over. ald: I'm
the party:1 "
Whe:i they get anything at Demo-
i.. N. it, unit ueailiiuarter that
v he lookel at IU11 nen ne.ieppe. ,h ' . , mm
nil- i the e evntiir. Then he r nrneti ""- i - .
Xt and Wlked OP o Bill am, ahook neiora... , Serroliir y of the MtWjtgg
hl. Willi ht " la tin let.- ll'""1' "' ;. ' . : - .
Snrn. of Si-otlund OaM: "If. tOtng 0IM IjM mwartlooi lot of red U ll.- n
when w eee ouraelve a. oth rg 000 UO." I button ever oeon "end n
I rvveraux. ald Alatunt fiecretary
New. a, oenro. at lUpuMloan haad. VVok. "We've got ,.. pay for thorn and
-1, thl. morning One Kargci'a might a well in" them. DeverauK
p5re, h.!ml..n" "in-!, n nail to lute acknowledged their receipt a. fo Iowa,
".r Taft 3u. wa mt.-Pcc,'"! being "I- mo great P '
l"ea agent for th. I'.-- lent at Wa.-h- kii-wledgj the receipt at headotiartera
Mlon whore he la corres,H,ndent Mr of I".'"' hu.f.n ln.ii.dln. DM boa of
h. (Mn. ln.iatl T,m. .-Star. At any rat.. dlOTOPkHWo looking rod onei. which
frctin iin'.r Ippti . inr,. wro prlnli'l ;i
H ril"i iirf r fn! fiJ TTiMfi1 OH n boOl -Jack.
Houf'vor, nti.vihlur at iHIp
0( ho Jtoiri' , . ji Ra9trftVfVt nr
Taft. .mil ! urn vt ry RrIrf.ji o J'ttll for
111. .rig Uh ion filt wettit."
NO ELECTION BONFIRES.
fnller lal.eil n I'revenl Them In
I'rotert Ihe Mroet.
Borough PregKleni McAi.ni km
akel police Oommlasloner Wuldo to
nrder Ihg pollen to pr. vent the light
Ing of konflPM election nlgi.L Himllar
order wen. laaued kj 111ft end IDli, aa
a reault of which the Hui eau if High
way. abl to fd 1101 greatly Ha
bill for repalre. The oat of gUOn re
pair In M.nhattun for the laat five
yearo follow.: 1907. ITt.llll 10. Ml
Hi 19(1. I1(,4I; 110, fi;,0S; 111,
If the department rjin have th co
operation of the cltlen, xaya Mr. Mo
Aneny, aa well an that of th. police,
thl. wholly MMOMMry Item of e
penae can be cut down even below the
figure of 1911.
TRAIN DRAgThER IN AIR.
I'auilil by Arm la Door, Weiaia la
Tarried Along "I." Mrnrtnre.
BOSTON, Nov. 4.--Taught by an arm
g a car door yesterday, Mtaa Mary
le.urd of T.ac-oma, Wawli , waa .Iran,-. id
from th.. pSatform and Okfiflod along the
elevnted alructure for fifty feet, ne
p ndn. forty fei-t iibove the grojnd. Mhe .
wa uneonM-loua when reaeijed.
Her .far bono waj '..lol.'ti and there
W-r nianv brillaee
Slie ia Uio dliuglit' r of III Itev. 1). 'I
Leaourd ol Tkctuna md a la'" of PJfof
Pllboti ia laOaoHTd of lire Theological
H' in i i v al ilad .ei. N 1
aHpapajpj MlMHi iBonPa
of New York's best
dressed men would
result in an over-1
whelming vote for ;
Derbies and Soft Hats, $3 ft $4
Our stores cloae at
noon Election Day.
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK.
a af aV . v a .
COME, TO-MORROW, ELECTION DAY
& Take Advantage of Bloomingdales' Wonderful Sale of
WALTERS PIANOS & PLAYER PIANOS
To-morrow, Tuesday, Bloomingdales' will
hold their remarkable Election Day sale
of pianos that will present to the people of
New York the greatest piano opportunities in
recent years. Don't fail to attend.
No prospective purchaser who wishes to
economize in buying a piano or player-piano
can afford to miss these golden opportunities
presented in this wonderful Bloomingdale
sale. The offerings are exceptional.
Per iOc Bottle
IT'S WORTH A QUARTER
vol Wll.l. SV SO Mil HM I i .
MOOHH m i t. it.
E. Pritchard, Maker, 1 , Spring St., N. V.
The Brill Stores Will Be Open All Day To-Morrow for This
Big Election Day
Overcoat and Suit Sale
For $15 & $18
m and Suits
Including Winter Overcoats in both
Ulster and Chesterfield models, single
and double breasted; gray, brown and
fancy mixtures; belted and plain and
a number of plain blacks and Oxfords.
WINTER SUITS in brown, gray
and blue mixtures; also plain blacks
and blues; cheviots, worsteds and serges,
all well tailored and finished. Splendid
values at $10.
On gule at i Store Only Not at Ulh Strut.
Of splendid quality and unusually
good style; smart, distinctive, well tai
lored Chinchilla Overcoats with belt, split
sleeve, and shawl or notch collar; tweeds,
vicunas, kerseys and cheviots, in hi own,
grays, blues, heather and, of course,
blacks and Oxfords.
SUITS of finest fabrics in this season's
newest models and designs. Browns,
grays and blues in large variety.
coats & Suits
For $20 & $25
Winter Overcoats, among which are
blue, gray and brown chinchillas with
belt and split sleeves; and brown, gray
and heather mixtures, belted and plain;
many with patch pockets and split
sleeves; also blacks and Oxfords.
WINTER SUITS in hundreds of
blue, gray, brown and heather mix
tures, in newest and smartest of this sea
sou'm models und designs. All at $15.
On Salt at 4 Storei Only Not at iOth Strett.
Fine hand-tailored garments, styled
aud finished in the skilful, painstaking,
custom manner, for which you would
ordinarily pay $.3.00 to $10.00 more.
Newest and smartest of this season's
models and designs. Overcoats of chin
chilla, tweed, kersey and vicunas, belted
and plain; and SUITS in a varied
assortment of handsome heather mix
tures, grays and browns.
Here is a copy of the
goes with every
Endorsed by B.oom-
More than 40 years of uninterrupted and undis
puted success, baed on the principles of honest, up
right methods, assure you of perfect protection in a
piano purchase at Bloomingdales'. We stand on the
platform of absolutely meritorious pianos; for you, and
tens of thousands of people who have placed their
trust in our pianos have permanently elected us
THE piano housje of New York.
The merit o Walters Pianos has built up a big
business for us. Our tremendous output enables us to
sell the most reliable pianos and player pianos at the
lowest prices; our cash resources permit us to sell these
instruments on terms to suit each and every pur
You Can Make
Your Own Terms
No Interest. No Insurance. No Extras.
rnrr With Every Pino
FALL and Player-Piano
A v.aqniflcent Vernls Martin
Music Roll Cabinet
old hy exclusive musla otorea
for $55 or more.
Tntfl i'allnt la a work of art.
an.l will be an oniiim-rit t any
i n ted
fully h uid
t r I m -inlnga;
fact. It Is
Take Your Choice of These 9 Golden Opportunities
Prices and terms for Player Pianos include Vernis-Martin gilt music roll cabinet, bench,
cover and 12 rolls of music of your own selection, and free delivery. On Pianos they include
Vernis-Martin gilt music cabinet, stool, cover and free delivery.
a. ii' hi ni
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Special Note-Chinchilla Overcoats $15, $20 & $25
This season's most popular coats that's why we mention them specially they have belts, shawl or notch collar, and split
sleeves, and ure extra special values at these special prices.
Stores Open All Day To-Morrow Election Day
270 Broadwu. near Chambers Street 47 Cortlandt Street, near Greenwich
Union Square, 14th Street, near Broadway Broadway and 49th Street
12STH STREET STORE, CORNER THIRD AVENUE OPEN EVENINGS
Richardson Piano Walters Piano Style S
Mi fli Hi ill
Walters Piano Style A
O O C Regular Price
Pd SlBilaP'V 'a Tm WW
1MM Iff'' flr 9Qf f H
''''' WtS n . ! -JB aB
Walters Piano Style B Walters Piano Style D Walters Piano Style E
Richardson 88 -Note
O A Regular Price
An Unuaual Sale of
New and L'p-to-Date
Player Music Rolls
for all standard 88
notc player-pianos at
prices ranging 9C
up from O J v
ALI CARS TRASFER T0
gW A atO H
Lexington to 3d Ave.
59th to 60th
If you have a piano,
exchange it for a beauti
ful new Walters Piano or
Playet-piano. We will
give you the privilege of
paying any balance due
at the rate of $1 or $2 a