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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
I
AXEL STILL
OMEfcft UP AEL- S
iCH WON A FISWT ONCE. f 1 1
WHEN. You UAO A t?EW DRINKS - C. a V
-TTiYTT SCHEME TtoNCHT tLt-X (5 U ) LT" 4 I UlsVcoWi X
V I'lL ET -nfe A SOMEHOW fcoTENOUOrtO 1 V " 7 O1' 9 THrVT GUY
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TWis CHE first- leAFoW; vVC ' - MlSTErR. REFEREE'.
...
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RACING RESULTS AND ENTRIES
WINNERS AT PIMLICO.
FIRST UACE. - SvUtrui; tltree-year-
Ids ml uliwarj. fix fil:-;..n8 -Marjurie
A., 1i iTtaha.n, 7 to 10, 1 to :i a.tnl out,
tlnat; YOK w Kyes, 116 (ButtrtH), 3 to 1.
4 RO j and 1 It) 3, aea-on.l; M.i liiian, US
(Mlmioiii, 30 1o 1, 0 to 1 and 2 to 1.
third. TUM 111 Mi Fatun. Prank lu -uell.
Triwtnn Plaid, Mlas Jonah and HMi
Hall alio ran.
siv'tNl RACK MhIiI.h tw.i-y.-ar-..Ids.
ftvH furlongs. rankimrst. lull
lUutwrlli. 11 tola. 11 to 20 and 1 to 4,
won; Wanda Pllaer, 100 (Bruce). T to
J,. 7 to ( and 4 to R. MOOltd! i 'lot ion
.'.ruKli 101 ( AmbrasM), Go to 1. 3r to l
and I to 1. third Time. 1.01 4-5. Reno.
I 'or in' rack" r. hVilerullst. HuraT -"Is, t'hi
iditp. Trlf.er, Mohawk mil. First
Trump and Syrsswt also ran.
THIRD RACE. For (1111m nr.d mtrai
' til ats. aaVSt! fUrtOttffH wVlHalla
.lni:.4. HI l.'li mental, to 11. i to n a ml
f to '.. flrt: Ocean HJue. in (ButwoU)
Hllte. 111 (BUtWOU),. I
to .1, : , p and I to .1. aosonai unr
n4hta1, 101 iM . 'aheyi, I to 1. 3 to 1 an I
! to !'. irurd, Tl.ct l.:s. Main- Ann ;
!.. HtniatlOn. Uryn lown and Ca too also j
ran.
i fi urn RACE. - Bmaraon Rtaapla-1
has... three- t-i' -olds and upw ard; two I
tn'lea t 'hi lira. 137 iBoyiei. 7 to I, I t"
t md ' to '. first; lirorxe Kno, IfJ (
iMoothK " t" ' svan and l to 3. aacondj
luveren'e. 145 (Noal, . to II, :i t" 1 anu
: ta t. till I. TlTiie. 3.57 4
Shannon
Jllver. feXaVmphir I'elll.
Little Nearer.
J'Tlsie Hale, I ilesarrter,
fish (fall), also ran.
ttsMondar, Km
LATONIA WINNERS.
""HtST RA '!" IMve and a half fur
longs Ten a Hlan.o. 110 (LaOftUI), Mrst;
Ask Ml), I1U (Oroaa), saeond; Katrine.
J04 iTui nt-rl. third. Time. 1.07 3-R. Kran-
is Qtatnaa, Maria i'.. In partal Prlnct a,
liardeula. Jean lirey. Neville, Idle Tale,
Norecn, Klva also ran, K Mutuali paid
- Tarra Blanoo, strabxht IS.M, p.ace $3.1".
saow Ask Ma. place I1.1". a.iow
P.IO; Katrine, show $4.70.
ttJOOiSD RAiCBBlJi furlonns. P"i
tiira, tut (Turnar)i Brat; Toy, io i-.'
Riixton), second; Smash, 101 (ajaToaa),
third. Time, in 8-6. baVa Ckrana, Alfrad
V t'hl'. on Kink. Mazurka, Bavell l.ttta.
old Woman, Pike- rsuk. iatiator Jamta
alim ran. O Jdutuali paid Bop iun.
straight, I10.JO, ptaca ts.10, thorn :i.th.
"oaf. pla' e I1S.T0, attow V.0: Bikes
:'eak, thaw fo.50.
tiiihii itAi'i: six furtonrra. sir
Uvaaeot, n: (Loftaa), won; EDthalda,
)0f (Stasia), second; Chapultapao, iin
.fanry). third. Time. 1.13 1-1. Lel
, Is, Sal-Hla. Martre t'hartler. Com
nonere, Touch Flex. ShII.v Preston, Im-
l.rude'it also ran Mutuelx paid
lvescott. straia-iit 'S.10, place
show $2. So. Bthalda, place 17.60,
Chapultepec, show $6 30.
Sir
S3. Gn.
show
The I Ins I ii a Prleea.
Ta1a 'a sICtMSl Ios '"l and last prlsM Of atocka
,nd "t "ft I'l'iviU", aa . anparul villi MttUOal I
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7S
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sift Compaa.'s sale of fresh beef la
Kaar Vvai Uu Iw liae esh aaaaUaa btiatoay.
Kor. a. srsmaeo t.la oaaU par ptravaa. fa?
ILL STREET
THINKS THERE WERE TWO! - - By Vic
PIMLICO ENTRIES.
R.YOE TRACft, PIMLICO, Md.. Nov.
I. The entries for to-nion ow's raea are
as follows'
FIUI HACK Sellins. for IHK-mroMsi fire
nil a half fltrtnaae .nlnsar. 107 Uult. IOT;
mills, ion. mi OltartHar, KM Uia Mpyar, K'T;
Wlt-at-ev Helie. 107. BSIUCiy, la;. U..rltalre, 10?!
V..te. WJ. SI ille-. 110. 'Sunl Hot, 07; lirt
loH. 10; linc-Mei. 110. UMkl H lb, 10,
t'onlie r'.. 107.
'llOrOND KA "E. Tliri Mr u.li n,l q; i.i
mllr :it n . vi.i'i .Fra lAt. In; DwoM Turn.
Ik., I, irioa, I0H; Ir. iMir Ilil Mil.
ston, ICB,
Hindi IIAI K Ma .!-. .it all ao-. 0.1 f ir-
I 5tl Time.. OS. Jim raf' c. . 11,1.
'" It m; Ami. ... HO; MoniolUUi. lil
KhiJiv. H i. slim
1 1 a
FtaUrbi
vi. raj
ptr C'ltiim. IflD I if,.
115 Vssia
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'ontri. l.ai
WH'ltril HACK. -.Jir.-iU'.riiig t'sllcj RtSp
rln.a, liaiilira,.. rhree : ens &) an. I lipmardi iwr
mi n Olirr. Ia. Hill . :rew KS. .thall
Utm, ISO; t'aliga-. US; ltejnf. 1)4; UurHhim,
147. Cans '"otl-.n. 147; iltwio K.i . I3S; 'i r
; ... last. ISO. Ki.fr. ISO
! I PI il It vi I- T . u.,l iul. i , ... . i.
"lie mile K:lr. faun. HO; Vain ee N .t.'.mj
Lavi luue, ll'.i. star ila.e. IIJ, .u M.iit" .
10"! II wMttaw, IM,
MXTH .. K. Ti w in !'i inl inasej
eiu.H. I :i in iiiiiet ptM ii Krum, ins, ii..u.,
Il . Mi Ool, Aa'taMle. I Call Iktt 1 a He e;..
lOJ: yoffuhln) Bor, lent j 'Hstct Ii.ii.in. . ;i:
John Ilea I .!. It".'. Ilreaker Bor li..'. Lain
It'll -'ai.a. Mj Accord. 100; Muii'i IM,
'Appeal ties alliaan a "!;jiivl, ',a . IJt;.
ENTRIES AT LATONIA.
RACE TRACK, LATONIA, Ky , Nov.
4. The entries for lo-morrow's raett
ars ua follows:
nim turn -laUiaai aiaiiu-u ruiiMi t
raara old; fire aa.i a barf furiacun i,
Blttti, '.. Isiftsait, I0B; KsCslis, IWj 'Sun.-i
tmaw. 101 1 Rita Ra-, H; I'-r-t.v !, tl
Kl:t V'.. Id; f.sr Hits. UN; Ulassia, It -Cttila
H., ios; km .,, ii-. Bsrbsta Km
10k.
HCCUNtl IIM'IS. Bninf; thrasyear ildi; ..
niil" a-nl a.--. . i." aeh Knrt Jflasr, 100; KUws
Itr.'i pii.-k 104; Uobaant, mi, tlru.ai urna.-
l; 'i i is. H O, t'sii lira.... lull thsi
mi i . i in. I. ... I a. no
THIItli B t.'H It.vr il-a
ti,.; ai furl ina - tlr BTs
I ir.r Link, In-': Itr.v a 1 T(
lob; tltajjaon, 110; Urovsf
. tl re. v,; ,,l,u
. os; tafkla I0!l
i ICS; Jot lAjbol I
lliiillies. 1L'7.
nil Itlll It Air; llir.
r . r,lH a' it i'e; . v
uiilr and
i.al' It, 1. 1 11., BB
Crsms I'e Meilli
I, 102; Uol, II, ill,
I a; Hi Ii"
a. IV IWI.
raFTH
fin... ia
110; Kit
I'M. Munagir Via
I1I(', I'rivatr. 121
BACK, HMqdlcaPl 'an ear--.kla an
.!i uish, i. L.sai. 107. Dnatraf),
itrna, he K'. natation. I'll; iluvwll
, lis.
SIXTH
ni: iMir
RACK, Selhr;
tl-rr.' rair
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Ull
sad i
Oat. i I l ",; in"
I Y:nir. Ill
Wai. I. r. II S.
' Haiti ivvi,. Id',; Sir
MS: risk Mar.li
Braes Iti r. ton tt...
lit M.rn l.s I. Ill
Tru k faal.
i I. a.
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nrtat. If fi
p.;
lid; rti'Linlan.
A I'
rmtlof all .wan..
From Yesterday's
IIAHLBR OOIIBANV, Thirty.llrat
atraat and Sixth avenue, luivitiu reor
ganised the tlrni which Iish carried on a
dapartmanj store business in tna sm
taut I .ii- - for thirty years, now offer
w.imen's apparel exclusively. The fou f
i ".is iiivr be.-n radaooratad and las
arrangad and an entirely new slot ik of'
goods has been Installed. WojRtan are
aRiployad In all the lai.i' n ,-uts. except
w u re shoes are sold. The president of
the company, Mr. Ilernhnrd .lacol.son.
who recently came from another dapartJ
men; store to assunie i he directorship
of M ihler CttaBipaniT, said Lhat men afa
emploved In tho shoe depart meat only
baoauaa women oahnol cllmli the tail
laddera or handle the heavy BtOUk,
"This Is the only woman's store In
Ann i lea, so far as we know ," Mr. Jacob,
son said, "and we wish to provide nil t ie
feminine wardrobe renuisltes and inva
our customers feel thai they tire na free
to try on Karnients lo re us at home.
"We fuel that there is a reinarkalile
future for this Herald iqtllra section
of the city and that there Is a need fo:
Just the store we hive opened."
The third floor Is devoted to the dis
play of wnman'a outer Watvrlni anna "el,
such as cloaks, suits, trowns. furs nil
millinery, tin the aacond floor are an
demarments, while on the (list floor are
the notions and other dress acveasoru-jj.
HUGGINS NOW MANAGER
OF ST. LOUIS CARDINALS.
Has Not Signed, but Has Come to
Agreement With Board
of Directors.
ST. I.oriS, Nov. 4 Miller C. Hug
ini wttl nuinanc the at. Louis National
la'HKO itasenall t'lub ni xl season, sin -COodlrm
Roser ltreHnaiian. dismissed.
koOOrdlns to the announcBment of one
of t!;,! directors of the club to-day.
"V. have rencheil an aureerhem with
Mr. llUKKlna." said t ie director, "and
while ha ha not signed a contract he
has avrr,Hd 'on Ills salary and will ba
ready to ;ako up tho re!tva Inwnedlate
!'."
Iliiitirlna -tiad a lona conference with
Mrs Helen Hrltton. chief owner of the
club, and her attorney to-day. Huff
Kins arpan he left the ro'iferemoe Mltl
"1 have been nuw to be a mnnskc
and I'm .'ad I hava succeeded."
hl fflmJl
. i
"im III Hni cm'. Itil'l
v a
Relies for itm groafness, n
tr.'v on honored tradition.
I.u. on the creative genius
at fias madr tnso.o th
uiidinfi of suct art inairu
enf of
!:ehntng
j la 10 it
character- ami th
epeaka for itae.'i
i;:ai. s.. 'ai at t
oil. ai it MM
;ia a:
.v.:. or k,.j laram
25 POrTH
SarO lor III
WKNLE
Art N. I vtcrk Exhibit
on tin- Balaony
ron.utrtr In every detail,
.surrlultj House In
WORSTED KNIT GOODS
Aula Knltlrti IWtfttlCwftl
-mil H "" nnf
Knll I nilrrn r fwr .
Wninrit IN liUttrrn.
HENRY HESSS.
399 Sixth Ave.. 24-25 St.
New York Herald
n
I
I
Special
To-Day and To-Morrow
17-Jewelled
$
5
Gold
tilled Watches
Gentlemen's Size
W r ut l ajafi wit,, ni-a utr-4 1 tn tb tub
Itiun all hr Jrvtrlltm ui tit lOMfi riiiii-
ln l. U haw if inloriiiattloii Uil
iMn.M thl) alutrnn-nt. uiul our mMtiotl wf
si-iiiiivr mam mm l ( ul Frlr- Ima put ua
In v i ' 1 Iru.l. uiul Mr uriAiiiiir tu altty Uteri
In ..tr of THR r4HTI.l'M rfforta l
fill ua ul "l liualliaa. I.lltlr hy knrtA
t int I t ht-T it "it- "liuUliiat ua In tin -.1 n "-'
i 'fii (hry nhirtt-d to rruh uh an ihry liad
ill uf tii- iitiftirlunalr JflwrUaM lu tt.
t iiitcti Ntuif- lit) d-d in. i haVi tli t.m k
iiMltf lo llhstunil thrir ;t- .. ..I (. U t-ll-
f til i 1 1 liM BTUWa" nrwl l.fi-p ylir r nil
atitr Hixh'IuI Wutrli Hul-a I uuw on.
u. ttt-c In uur tlxht aaulnai th wali'h
i him hi np to kin. I he imsi proof W9
mil otfrr f !. k up our atalfinrnt la llutt
wr ulll nil ( i it- prlt r mi thrar I T-Jcwr-H U.
M. iiPi.tl. aottl-rillril M.it. Itr-a to at IhW
Milr. That art" aolu tor I ..on iiv mull
Jfrlrra nil ovrr tin I nltril iiiic- u nl ton
an nrqo- H lit fatfitiilint Into I In- nc:iri f
l.-ttfl-r's. and aitlilnie thi-ni what thfv ulU
tin rift toM i il i. a- ulnr 1 7 - Jr tfllnl, ml-
ti-li-'l arfll'l-f illfll t ifrll. NOW. If t)U It"
.III at Ifi-t ffin.tMl ii ti ' I no hlvh aa
it nm-t ionvimt ton ulnit Ihlti italr to-il-i
ml to-morrott inrHtia to ton. Your ttlll
In- rrtnrni'fl on -w I If tmi ari nut nrr-
orrftB 11 tint).; -it Mini lOM halt liouffh i
for on-lhlnl other jmrllcrw :irc ntflllni I
1 hrin for. Ni mnll or ni'i,naTir vrArr
titlctl. None to dealera. StiM In arlual
I fonaiintrrn onf .
Observe
Ue uell mora ilitf itulil talthe than
anv other lettrler in lht I nlteil italfi r.
i nit iif.it lo (lie ("UK nnrr. e alliiW von
ten duta trhil tn ronvlm-r tmtraaf that 11
la lift vte renri'-i in tt to Ite Mill lhat Wa '
have -utfl ton at I tint ai.. uer nut.
I iirffrat attif-t. and luvteat nnrra will ha'
found hare.
i..i.im i-uhd IM-U. i.i. nl Uatiltlor !...
lsi..tM Ktdld IH.K. (old Uuteh for
I all
Iti
l
n.i. nn )iHt ii u (aoiu Huitii ior
r. mi Molhl I l-K finid Wateh fur
:t.-.iio Vnllil M-K. Itnl'l Miitih for
t It. 01 1 lli i -K. flnfrl Untdi for
:ifihia nnrehartl from iim t ao Im
re-
rlif.1 va.il (till I ' dflta If Mll.itlUfji turi
and tte ttlll refund tht full amount.
CHARLtS A. lil.ENE
am kXW aValrheH. Jrvtelrv.
1 cy9 Broadway. New York
OPKX TVKROA1 I M il n l'. M
The Coming
Of The Law!
C Do you remember "Tl - TwOOtn
Man?" It WM acclaimed r.r t'.tc Breutt .t
Weat' tn rotnaitct o( the dac.-tdr.
Well, Charles Alden e'.Uer, who
wrote "Tli- Two Gun Man," bus just
wiitttn Rnothcf and far better Western
novel.
q It is called "THE COMING OF
THF LAW."
t And it will epp-ar es a serial in the
Ever.inR World.
! The first instalment will be pu'. lljh-d
Thurrday.
J "The Contitig of the Law" h a liv
wire. It is the strongest, most excttin ,
story of the Welt.
J Don't rob yourself by OJlUtaRI a r.iiiB
chapter of UUR spj'ndid aerial.
I Remember, "The Coming of the
Law" will benii' in next Thu-aday'a
BROOKLYN
a
0ppenheim,llinsx
Fulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn
Election DaySpecial Sales
Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits
For Women and Misses, consisting of about 50 of the season's best
models- smart tailored and trimmed effects, In all the fashionable
materials, such as Broadcloth, Epongc, Velour dc Laine, Chevrons,
Diagonals, Clay and Ribbed Serge and Fancy Mixtures.
15.00 20.00 25.00 20.75
Actual Values $25.00 to $50.00
$55 Broadcloth, Corduroy & Velvet Suits, $38
New and exclusive models. Copies of the latest French
fashions, of Chiffon Broadcloth, Corduroy and Velvet.
Smart tailored and trimmed, in Black, Navy, Taupe and
Brown. Superior make, richly lined. Values to $55.00.
Women's and Misses' Winter Coats
The season's latest and best selling models three-quarters,
seven-eighths and full length, of Bouclti Broadcloth, Scotch
and English Mixtures, Zibcline, Plush, Pcrsianna, Serge and
Rough Wide Wale effects. Suitable for all occasions,
15.00
Styles and make represent our usual
quality in Black, Navy, Brown, tiray, etc.;
of self materials, others half or full lined
or Satin.
1,000 Women's Chiffon Dress Waists
In about 50 stunning models. Many are exact copies of recent
Paris importations; fancy trimmed, in Black, Navy, Taupe, Brown,
White and all colors to match tailored suits. i
2.05
Fur Coats and Furs Special Values
Moire Pony Pur Coats Vai,. $ss.u: 38.00
Caracul Fur Coats .... Value 7s.()0 . . 50.00
French Seal Coats viUr jhs.oo 50.50
Hudson Seal Coats Value UI71.00 135.00
Skunk Set Viu um 25.00
Black Fox Set viu im.m 35.00
Natural Raccoon Set Vaiu $4.oii 25.00
Pointed Fox Mutt .. viw imji 25.00
Mole Coney Set vi,,e iaa.aa 16.75
Girls
MlxUireCojitg
5.90
alue SH.75
Smart helt model of brown
and gray Scotch mixtures.
Full lined. Collar, cuffs and
ielt of velvet.
YOU OUGHT NOT
TO GET ALONG WITHOUT
THE WORLD ALMANAC
THESE
BE
PARLOUS
TIMES
10.75
3.05 5.00
Actual Values to $12.00
Girls'
Corduroy Coats
7.90
value $12. SO
Wide Wale Corduroy in
Ulack, Noty and lirovvn.
Collar, cuffs and hdt of cor
duroy or moire silk, l ull
lined.
s9S
WW
Special,
a38.00
25.00
high standard of
some yoke lined
in Peau de Cygnc
5.00
Girls'
Velvet Dress Coats
9.75
value $15.00
Navy Blue, Mrown and Black
Vehet. Silk Bengali IM col
lar and cuffs. Full lined
and interlined. Velvet neck
shield.
You Owe It to
Yourself to Be
Posted on Politics.
Let It Be NOW!
Plain Corset Talks
TO
WISE WOMEN
(Now 14)
Sara BrmharrJl. oyer 70 year
old, says thai coracU are injurious
according lo syndicate stuff
published as Sara's.
Il was Sara who originated
"lace front" conets. She needed
a garment to make her figure
more protuberant and "boxy '
and she got it.
But don't mind Sara. Prob
ably the never tee her Mull until
it it printed.
Anyhow, slir'i speaking of
P."iis corals, and no doubt it
tnawarc that her wiser sisirri of
the Boulevards have now found
fefer lylc and perfect comfort
m corscls MADE RIGHT
HERE in the Nemo factory.
Be a Wise Woman!
Improve your health and figura
by wearing a NEMO- alwayl
V
c5?
amymt.
Sara
m
1
A Marvel of
Figure-Control
Tl ie picture tells you the story.
Four gores of clastic Laatikopa
Cloth in the extra-long skirt, and
the "In-Curve Back,' of elastic
lstikops Webbina, give you
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