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THE 1V1NIN0 WORLD, Wfco JSflD AT, NOVEMBER 6, 1911.
GOSSIPS ARE BUSY
WITH CABINET AS
RETURNS COME IN
Washington Hears of Men
"Under Consideration" for
ONE FOR A REPUBLICAN.
Bryan Said to Have Refused
to Accept Place of Secre
tary of State,
AMn ovr , the most IrHereetlns
MOM U the national cipltol tr-iiay
to Ml will be nvarnoera of l'roslilerw
data WHeon'e official family when he
sen rate ttM Whit Houm.
Mw( lb unofficial rarrnore I on
at Vmiayn Jennlnfe Brj-an m
iM the portfolio of Becretary of
Mi la eaee Domacrao trltrnipihea,
tat (oM Ma rlernJe ha would not hae
N oMer any oimvmsrtanoea; that ha
aaeNnee- to tht Rooeerelt of use
Detaocratto party. It la eeeuunexl ha
Mpaa Pat to ba PraaMant mm day,
aM la even now preoeitnc (or 1S1I.
It ta aapaotad aha now Prearident will
bj Pattad ta live recognition to both
tta lrM and Oiavra CSark faction
at aba party. It ta aald Clark may aak
Cabinet appointment Cor Theodore
taB, Democratic leader of California,
bo had tta Speafcer'a flpnt at Baltl-
frtmle mimanaJra who enranlaed tha
WlUnn Rp"iM!oan UaJM and Charlea
R Crane if Chloairo. who almost be
came Minister to Chin by appointment
Of I'rrsldent Taft. hl appnlotnii-nt belna
canceled after ha had atari od for hla
Tor Secretary of the Trorurory Henry
Morjrcntlieu, treasurer of tha Wilson
campaign fttAdSi onj William fl. Mr
Adoo, vice tha!rmati'i;f lha Democratic
National Committer .ire mentl'rteil.
ThiM-r probality vtlil PI a separate de
partment of labor Treated dlitimt
from tha Hureau of Commerce and
I..:- .' Thia would (Ive thn l"raldnt
an extra I'ablnet appointment. Ju.lfe
Martin J. Wade of Iowa la ui'vl
f.r thin plara.
For taatfliaPtpy fVoeral are mentioned
XVIlllnm MoCoombe, uhaJnrian of tha
Democratic Motional Committee; Robart '
Kwlng. M newapaper publisher of Naw
Orleans, and Joeeprus panlcla of North
Carolina. It RndPrbtood MeCoombe
can hava the place If tie thJnka hla ,
health will permit.
Tor Knretary of :r!niltiira Alhart
J. HorlHiion of Texan and Dr. llarvay
W. Wiley aro mentioned.
For Secretary of the Department of
tha Interior William It Kloc of Oraatm.
arid Hoke Hmlth of Oeorcla ara talked
It la reported Ben tor Gora, tha blind
eteteamen of Oklahoma, oaa hara moat
anything ha wanta, but It la not ballavad
ha woudl care to anter tba Cabinet.
Thomaa J. Panoa, who haa baaa aaatai
ant to Chairman McCombe la tha oam
palrn, u talked of for flearotary ta tba
President, and for Collector of tha Port
of Naw Tork to atlcnaed William Loab
LION ATTACKS MAN
AND WIFE IN AUTO.
Half-Starved Beast Dazed by Blow
From Cranking Iron and
Then Is Shot.
BAN ntANTfV", Nov. . Chased by
a hunger-erased lion on a meiinfalnoua
I red oh of mad a ml la weat or Hen
OreKorto, Julian Hind and wlfa "f
Oakland had one of the moat exciting
experiences that haa aver befallen a
party of automoblllati.
Karly yettarday morning aa lhay were
round'nr a tum on the mountain aide,
tha lion leaped from a bush and l ulled
Itself against the machine In an ef
fort to pounce upon llurd, w.o waa
After tha flrat leap, the I. on save
pursuit for several hundred yards and
succeeded In Ju rying Into the maoiilne.
llurd slopped the car and with a blow
from an Iron starting crarik partially
daxnd the animal. In a laat effort the
lion sprung at Mrs. llurd, but another
bJPw filled the bene.
Ilefore llurd ooubl bring his revolver
Into PQtlon the animal was upon liltH.
It dug lis Bjawl deep Into his flelh aa
ha fired a ehrt Into the lion's bead and
killed It. The Ilurda then continued on
their way to Itedwood City, where
a phvsl.'lan treated Murd'g Injuria
rrH at tha Top.
roan the Cinclansti Kmjalrav.)
Tha tall. hungry-ki.klng man entered
the office of the manager of tha PKta
phllchinatl haaaball club.
"I have here," aald tha callar, "a won
derful aalve, that whan rubbed into the
mua lee drlvea out the dead matter and
eras tea life. It la just the thine you
need for your pitching ataff."
"Nothing doing," replied the manager.
"But If you hava aome aalve that will do
that whan you rub It on their heads,
bring; me a thousand dollara worth
Maeetro Rtbreaa Dead..
PHILADKLI'IUA, Nov. 1-dHefTreil
Pehrena. dean of Philadelphia mualclana
and prominently connected la paat years
with many operatic venture, died at
hie home heta yesterday, aged aeventy
two. H organlaad the company headed
Maurel, which aang "Aide" in thl
country for tha flrat tlm. Ha waa
local manager for the Metropolitan
tta proapect u that there win be
lm appllcanta for ana nigner
u h. dlaiHMMl of ITeeMent Wll-
nn. f tiu. flrat thlnaa he will have
do will ba to appoint tha ulna meim-
i of hla cabinet.
Tta Oaa moat talked Of far Seorrtao
af State la Senator O'Oonnan of New
for Attorney General the loading men
aatntlonad ara A. MIMbatl Palmar of
Pannaytraala, Henry D. Clayton of
Alabama, ohalrman of tha Hosiaa
Jejploiary Committee; Joaaph Davlaa af
WlaooeJMr..aad UraU D. Brandlaa. a
RapuMtanti.1 who worked hard (or WU-
UAY PUT AT LEAST ONI Rl
ULICAN IN CABINET.
There ara romore that PraatdageV
tact Wtleoo will raoopnlae hla Prc-
j,l Republican aupportara by glv-
laa; one Cabinet poalUon to a Republl
oM. Tha other two other RapabUoana
bgptdaa Branxtala tuanrtloaed for a port
folio ara Rudolph praeklea, tha Call-
get new life and rigor by
Ukint; Scott EmuUion
after every meal.
It reritalizea tha watery
blood and furnlahea Nature
with new nonriahment to make
raef. aeffea. healthy pjgg?g?fwgei
(Aa nmrom cenfara. Scott'l
C l l .l.l,,i t,m
bones and clothe them wfcthj
1 1.1 d.U
Scoff' EmuUion aasiml
latea so quickly it coMervea
energy and compel health,
icott a Bowne. Blooaaaald. . J. IPta
Fran ken. Stein berg
54-56-58 West 23d Street
For Tomorrow, Thursday, Only
Monster Suit Sale
For Women and Misses
The Moat Senaattonml and Stirring Suit Event of the
Seaaon Including 1600 Clowg, Smart, f p-to-the-Minute
Suite. New, Freeh, Perfect, from Our Regular Stock
Every Suit Priced Until Today up to $25
REDUCED AT ONE GREAT SWOOP
for One Day to
This Price Holds Good Till Closing Time Thursday
After Which Every Suit -Restored to Original Price
Thle great lot of Suite include over Fifty dtttinctlg different newett
model: Tailoring At and workmanship, equal to oett custom work
and every eatin coat lining guaranteed for two years. Materiale of
wide wale; chevrons, two tone; worsteds, Bnglieh whipcord; novelty
fancy wale, men's wear serges, diagonal mixture; Scotch heather
tweed; French novelty stripes, etc.
gggai pfcpP.Begggggggg' gggglaw .S0sm p"taL "mL
IFour little Zira Girls standing by the sea, f
One knew the skipper, then there were three.
Winning on their Merit
jV "SATIN WONDER" IN Ws r'ACJLAGI
Three Times a Day
and scurry to the dining-room.
Life not only depends on food of
the proper kind, but eating con
stitutes one of the chief natural
pleasures of living.
The flavor of food, its purity,
its cleanliness, its attractiveness
are the sources of pleasure. The
honesty and wholesomeness of
food is the safeguard of life.
For this reason a tremendous
responsibility rests on those who
prepare food for us.
Premier Pure Foods are pre
pared under a keen conscious
ness of this responsibility. They
go to nature for the best raw
materials of earth. That's why
Francis H. Leggett 6t Co.
maintain a laboratory and sup
port three graduate chemists to
insure the absolute integrity of
every food material entering their
That is why they tolerate no
chemical preservatives, no artifi
cial color schemes. It is because
of this sense of responsibility :hat
Under any other conditions
Premier Pure Foods would not
be what they are. They are
making pure rood history simply
because they have gone back to
If these things are true is there
not a great satisfaction to be de
rived from the Premier product ?
The Sign of
the Star on the
dow points the
wav to that sat-
Bmm isfaction The
pendent grocer has no objection
to serving you with Premier foods
if you want them. He cannot
force you to take them. The
demand must originate with
you. Wherever the Sign of
the Star appears you will nnd at
least the six following Premier
Premier Canned Corn
From the Stale of Malat onl,
hen che world's flaeat awect
core growa. Par oae I Sc.
Made la Europe from the Rut.
elan Taganrog and hard Afri
can wheat. Very different from
donmtlc macaroni. Full
Premier Fruit Jama
Nothiog aat freeh ripe (mil aad
pure sogar, pound for pound.
Curraat Jelly aad Orange Mar
malade hi the aaaia honest, old
raahtonod rale. Par lar 29c.
Tha rich, firm, criap, mealy kind,
Cod when lhay aome out of lha
tf la because tbty were good
wbenihey eaatln. 2ic loll eO
Premier Pern-Walla Taa Premier Roasted Coffee
are notable for their fine, deli
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Pure India and Ceylon, uncol
ored and unlaced. Seal Tea.
1 Per H lb. canister 30c.
In sealed canisters, prcacrvlag
ita freah Savor Indefinitely Per
Premier Pore Feode are eold tradar our aajatraaKfled
guarantee. If the quality la not entirely satisfactory
eat your money oeca at xae piaca yaw maue ytwsr pier-
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A 04-page book about Premier Food Products and th$ way they are mad tent free to any housekeeper.
FRANCIS H. LEGGETT & CO., NEW YORK
Aside from Its Vi Saving to You,
This Overcoat Sale Is Still the
Greatest Ever Known
Overlooking the fact that you will average a one-
half Mving on any Hackett-Carhart overcoat ycu
may atlect to-day
Ignoring the reaon for this, the greatest-ot-all
It (till represent the most magnificent colirction of
garments ever gathered together in New York City.
There are over 60 models in more than 750 fabric
designs. Overcoats of the latest cut, in the newest
colorings and mixtures, and in every fashionable shade.
Among the fabrics are Meltons, Kcrsrys, Velours
Vicunas, Worsteds. Shetlands, Elysians, Chinchillas
English, Scotch and Irish Tweeds and Friez-s.
Here are the modish English Guard Coats, English
Raglans and English Ulsters. Split sleeve, convertible
collars, shawl collars, plain and belted tacks are
some of the features.
All in sizes for men, young men, boys alsomany
suitable for women, and all yours to chocsr among
at an average.
$15, $18, $20 & $22.50 (in
$20, $22.50, $25 & $28 djl O Cfi
$32.50, $35, $38 & $40
$35, $38, $40 & $42.50
$25, $28, $30 & $32.50
$40, $45, $48 & $50 Op7 CA
OVERCOATS peC i .DU
$50, $55 & $60 QO (tfl
Full new assortment of Suits, Neckwear, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves,
Hats end Boys' & Children's Clothes at the same wonderful savings.
Near Chamber St.
Oppoaite City Hal
at 13th St.
Near Union Square
119 Wot 4Zd St.
l54Ea.t 1 25th St.
Near 3d Ave.
O; rn Evening .
"To Let" Ads.
Simplify Home-seeking by
saving time, temper and