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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
HERE'S WILD TALE
OF ADVENTURE TO
Crocodiles, Hippos, Cannibals,
Gorilla and Tsctze Fly All
i Figure in It.
LOST IN THE JUNGLL
Saved in Nick of Time, Ex
plorer Arrives to Tell Story
With Thrill in Every Line.
Wtth a story of a serlsa of thrininrr
adventurer In 'he wilds of AM a,
Robert Overton Talte, a mining cn
Itiiir, thirty-five years of age, arrived
im New York to-day on the l.a .
to (h eastward nf Capetown, planning
to croas the continent In our quest of
the yellow metal.
"Our troub.es began to come thick and
fait alter ne bad reach "d ZanaJ'jer. In
Oorman Kut Africa, We itruck out fur
Lake Victoria N yarns, where we cs.nSed
at a all town caaeu ICaajoht. on tnu
southern end of the lake.
"The eecond night the camp wh
arouee.1 by a series of nerve-racking
seresms, to find that giant "rocodtleM
hat slipped aahore an 1 , led two nf our
negroes. One of these we managed to
raecue, but he waa so terribly mutilated
that be died wlt'Jn two hours.
"After prospecting vainly for some
time In the Victoria Nyanaa country we
set out for Htai.lcy Falls, on the Congo
Then came the tsetze fly and hordes of
vicious mosquitoes. I'.etldea theo trou
Maa are had camped exactly on the
Equator, and suffered greatly from beat
FOUND GOLD. BUT COULD NOT
"Alt'iough wa located some tracer
gold that gave every indication of pros
ing better all the time, wa co.ild not
stand the hardships and struck out for
Stanley Falls. There wa built a raft
and proceeded down tbs Congo. For
three works we floated through ii wild
country, suffering indescribable hard
' One day we ran Into a fleet of nearly
1,00 hippopotami. Tbry raged about the
rsft. bellowing fiercely, a though they
teemed to be frightened and desired only
to get away. In the eicltement the raft
was overturned and part and Kir.: ig
huilej In anions, the. rampaging be.tsti.
"Fl e natives were diown.d by bring
trampled under the hoofs of the hippo
potami. Campbell, myself and three na
tives tUs feu ren 'h shore, hut with
no uenpons exc. rt two revolver, hunt
ing Unites and cartridge be.ts.
"We round ourselves in a wild jungle.
Inhabited mainly by cannibals. Then
for thre weeks wu wandered slmlesaly
about, .lodging the clusters of native
huts and seeking wh.it food ws could get
by unc of our revolvers,
"All were wenry snd 111 and half
crazed from our ti rrlble 'Offerings. The
only water we could find to drink was
bracki.-h. and n. ide all of the party 111
"In the dead of one of thore awful
njsrhts eeffeanss again awoka our half
stupid senses. In the srf ten of
gorilla was "ON, one of 0 II sk II
emptor was the '. arrest animal
glnd I ever sen utid niut hi e
BKrfS ihna SSSTSU t'it tall.
'H!g Tin,' kn"e bured. sprang
th" gwltla, T ha animal dropped
victim and i liAtged the otT'otnlns sax -age.
'Mlg Tltn' struck air.' In and again, I
but to no uvall. He irj, crushed a'- i
most t'i a pulp In the jrrcat arms of thf
FIREBUG TRAP IS
SPRUNG AS BLAZE
STARTS; 2 CAUGHT
Prisoners Narowly , Escape
Lynching When Taken on
Scene of Brooklyn Fire.
POLICE RECEIVE TIP.
Marshal and Aids Were Wait
ing for Incendiaries to "Set
Off Tenement Building.
monster and carried Into the forest
We made no attempt to follow, as nil of
I ns had hsd enough, snd 'HIk Tim' Si
I re iilv was beyond human aid, the
xnrllls having broken his beck a.cntnst
his hairy knees."
Then came a fight wltth esnnlheJe, :i
thrilling escape, ami finally rescue by a
party of Itelgilon ruhlicr Ininter. wiho
OOllVsyad the half-crar.ed adventurer:
to IjcegioMvllla. From there they were
ent down the river to th coast, und
thence to Capo Town.
Mr. I'alte asserts that after the
CI Hennas holidays he will return to the
Held Of horrors with a stronger party
and a phvsl'dan. Catlrnball, ho says, Is
awalttmc hint In Cape Town.
4 mcr GO&Ul
err viith onS
O THE. MEM
car the) Red Star line. He Is on his way
to his noma near Loa Angelas. CVtl.
"I Had for South Africa some ten
months ago to prosper- for gold In
Mtasrto nprostpced regions." ha told
She report sr. "At Cape Town I met up
Wish Gordon Campbell, a hardy Scot of
say ear. Campbell. I learned, was a
great hunter and had penetrated many
potions of the Dark ( on tnent. We
to atnito out with an 'xpedltlon
out of "inexpe
rience" when it
cornea to baking
Even if you've
never baked be
fore, with Presto
Flour you will
bake riht. It
contains just the right propor
tions of Cream of Tartar, Soda
and Salt to make things right,
light, fluffy and tasty.
Have your grocer rush a
package to you for immediate
trial. Recipes in and on every
The H-O Company. Buffalo.N.Y.
Makers of H O. Torce.efntt Presto
. To-morrow, Tuesday, an Extraordinary Sale ot
Introducing the season's latest style and fabric features,
many being fur-trimmed, at the following
Extremeily Low Prices
Walking Dresses, tl . cri rn
Actual Values $27.50 to 35.00, :u 1 4.5UP 11 y. JO
Af tern aon Dresses,
Actual Values S37.50 to 57.50, at
Actual Values $45.00 to 69.50, at
Actual Values $67.50 to 95.00, at
Opera and Horse Show Gowns,
at 75.00, 110.00 165.00
Actual Values $125.00 to 295.00
Particular attention is directed to the superiority of the
materials and workmanship, also the exe'usiveness of
style of these garments.
Art Needlework Department
Attention is directed to Recent Importations of" S:rap Baskets, Um
brella S'.ands, Brass Music and Paper Racks, Writing Tables, Memo
Pads, Trinket Boxes, Tea Cosies, Picture Frames, Trays, Hrench
Floral Hat Pins, Bouquet and Pin Holders, Slumber Robes and
Boudoir Pillows made of the new est Parisian materials.
Special Values for To-morrow
Floral Silk Hat Pins,
French Gilt Waste Baskets
French Gilt Boxes,
with pin cushion tops,
Lingerie Handkerchief Poudies,
at 50c, 75c, 05c
75c, 1.50, 'J .95
at 85c, 2. 1 0
Lingerie Gown Cases, at $1.05, 2.45, 3.50
West 23d and 22d Streets
A tfnnored Years llenre.
iFrim da Cliloagxi Re-nnl-llrnkl.)
"Sha Is always boasting about her
"Tea Her rrrat-uranilpai fnta were
arrested by customs lnsiectors whan
they rame to this country"
Thirty or forty men anfl women In
their night tlothee, Uracctna; chlltlrea
and currytn, rry ng baWes, hurrltd
through smoke-filled halls In th. hie
five-story tenement at No. (T7 Uuttcr
avenue. Brooklyn, at MO o'clock this
morning, and when they reuched the
street and heard that two men, who
wera struggling In the hands of the po
lice, were aocused of setting fire to thf
"lynch them! l.yneh tfajm!"
Many of the thinly olau men tried to
aet to the oowerlng prisoners, but wi re
restrained by the polire and llremcn.
Women and rhlldren, shivering In th"
j cold, added their ahrieka and cries to
' the demands for summary vengeance.
There wns no danger from the fire and
the people wars soon driven back to
U was the climax to as dramatic a
MM rf cletert'Te work M nM offlc lit
or the Fire liepsrtnent tsj rsMMfr,
Th. state sittl tg SM Wmmuf H) ti
niltiut.at dMail, sii.l HasT MM Ml i
tnlnutc'n di'lay Of a o.tih fr.ni the ti nt
the uurtsit wini up o tin m i
lTMM until two aliagttd fir. i . . win
talN n aw.iy 1,, ,1 ei M
thi Ssttmlny I'l. . M.irshal Hrophy n -
e.vrtt .1 t i ilmr life ama!' k' I
on the ground Hon; of No. M S lltl
avenue was to M "ton In K I Iff." I '
thi hu '.disc are law? oihi stores ami
twenty-fonr falUi:..-ah. it M W 1''
persons -lir Hi tni apartments raasMsj
HAD HIS MEN SCATTERED ALL
AROUND THE PLACE.
Itrophy got hiiny lumi.-l I i taly, He lor
roweJ a big black tomin eaj bauaUat
his rjrSoaaJ mm Mine imght have Inter
fered with 'ils plans and .irs.aned four
of the best BJMM Htoiklyn to
special duty. HI of his diputirs were
notirtnd to be on hand, onr of them,
Abraham Datum, taking Ills K'lfe along I
The ffliitomobllo was loaded with fire
nxangul .'let . and axes and such things
The occupants, with the xieptlon of
.Mrs. riauun, were dlsgulfed ai laour
era. The deputies were dn"cd us street
cleaners and tint era, niul . .irly Satur
day night the whole outm went Ui th.
vicinity of the Sutter avenue house
I'alicsnian Charlea Wan tilnu of the M :
ler avenue slalom s as ioLI a tiat nut
up and to keep out of nu it when the
All night the party waited, and st
dawn jentenlay duUkli ed aTttMMU hav
ing seen an) tliii.g euspic,o.,s Last night
they gathiret again in the MdBf say
and dulwis. Tbe pulUc inn Has hua
glng the dark places to keep as Incon
spicuous uossihli , and a fin in.in
in cma.ns' 1'iihe s.is near thu Bos
to send In an alirin If BsjaaaarT,
POLICE GRAB MEN AS FLAMES
According to the police and hremrn,
about 12.IU o'clock this moiniiig tue
lights went out In the store. A man
came to the door nnd looked up and
down the street, then acnt h ick livery
thing aas quiet until gDOttl I.U when
ncrordln? to Marnhal ftro.hv. another
man crime to the door anil lookinl up
niio u ao Mlg i rffat, .n I lea in.nai. 4
ntasi ma .1 . a.... oat om- 01. eti t o
a - n . . .. a SSBBjiasJR,
I 1.1110 It II 11 pjh of smoke
11 ait" oi nsoie v. a eren tns,ue.
lropii, atio 11., I heen KMsBsj l.i toe
hajtowdl BaJH an 1, IheJ oi. rtvwier.
- tig 1 on -in-- ll( i.-h- -iii-n. MM Toi. e
:nao sV g Dail.As ns-oa-d I is o.iM-r.
I- it-iiieu aim d ri.ii asMI -am swarmed
flgNU nadusrl a4ld aoofsyddl and iiegss
an MaMull mi 1 11 ,iooi of to. More,
liaasij iio'jsiiig I la in k snd ranring
their way in. Toe smomolitle nad gIMod
up MMi in,- gassj and rstlngulanis and
th tire wa' Slum under control, having
il.on- I.' damaai
Bj 1I1. time th two 'prisoners were
fully stlbdusd they sere hadly tnusst-d
n;i. Mai aaoHdsaJ tbiinseUea a Abra
ham Golden, tannty-one. of No. lis
Sniilokcr sienue, and Morris Watklck.
Hrt ntv, of No. BJ1 Sillier avrn.ie.
ilohlin, hii is alle.gi-d to he the pro
prietor o' the store, had much of his
cloth In I lorn off. They were arraign. -J
hefoT Maalntrwle Nasi ami held wltn
Dal luill for the QMMI Jury.
HOLD ON! LISTEN TO THIS.
Arc you interested in the iljlkan mix-or?
AUbr Ml Si line people aren't.
Hul it'11 dolliM to tlouchnats ind
hoMnMn t cirriXi that vnure trrtpr
oteil in love tnJ a i;niid f'c.ht
Also in a story of a Yankee youth
who can plunge Into the lialkans anj
f mitt with itt and brains and find
tune hi win a glorious girl, besides.
That's the sort ot thing th.it happens
in "Hawthnrne of the U. S A," hy
Albert NirtM Tcrhune; founded on
I It r.iKan's successful plav of the
same name now running in New York
"Hawthorne of the D S. A " is going
to run as a serial in The Evening Word.
It's a great stnrv
Dtnfl foreet to read It
Remember. It wilt bctiin T(i-VOK"tOW.
CITY SCHOOL FOB FIREMEN.
Philadelphia nad Other 1 Hie. Waadl
Men for to.lroellon.
The Kin folleire In the Fire Dennrt
ii'i'til. Ir.iiigiirsti'd by rommlslnier
'"'i'.. and epinded bv PnT.-iwsi.iner
Joseph Johnson, Is overwhelmed wllh
ppl '.rations from ehlsfs af HbNdfM
i.'li.itlments for per nlsaion to an'.ai
men to take the full coiiraa f six
wrrl.s The '"ommlealoner naa Just r-iimcr-d
to take in as students reven
Mfamail Tom I'hltsdelphls, ene troni
lar c flty ant 000 from C'harlsa
lon f. C.
The course Inclndea ruB Inn'ructlnn In
work nt llaadiiusrtera and actual exfs
!rni with a fire company The sta
itrnt do the work of actual flr.rn.fi
and are amenable ta the discipline of
the New York Department Mori of
the applications for Instruction are
ominir from clttes whlflh are inatltnttnc
motor-dnvsn Ore aparatus.
IS YOUR CHILD'S
SHE SNORED IN CHURCH. SO
PRIEST HAD HER ARRESTED.
Mrs. Hickey Grew Violent When
Her SUimbcrinjr, Was Disturbed
Ilecause She IrrteiTurled Mass.
Mrs Kleanor HI drey of No. ttl
Hilghss avenue, the nrnna. waa held In
t. rr r Market Prison to-day for sen
tence for disturbing the serylcea at he
f'hurch of Our Lanly nf Mount Parma., at
Itelmnnt avenue and One Hundred sad
Klghtv-nsvosilh atrasL ywatetdav morn
ing by her snoring.
Acrm-dlng In ths Itev Father Ooffusla,
who wan offhiatlng at high mass, tho
young woman entered uletly and tujk
a pew under the nlt.it lletore he nad
.1111. far with the mass Fat icr Codftl lla
was disturbed tiy lbs sound of loud snor
Imk. Ha paused and aaw that Mrs
Mickey waa asleep, with her hea l against
ih" lack or tne pew. The snoring are
louder and louder and the priast called
the nextiai nnd asked him to get ths
woman to atop The sesinn could nut
rouse the sls.par. At Father Pidfus a'a
ill - - unn the aeatan calked Policeman
I. .in.i im froai the Mreet.
Mrs Hickey laarsme violently an-rv
w ten the poii.'eiiian s'wok bar to wake
fulness und screamed and refused to
leave the pea-, cltngtna to the bark 1 t
Bat sent with both hands and screaming
at the top of her voloe. fr. nillette to.yk
Mrs Hlcknv to Fnrdham llispltal, nd
after treatment three aaw waa aant to
th Night Court.
TONGUE COATED 7
If cro., fpvcriih, biliotin.
stomach sour, give "Syrup
of Figs" to clean its little
Mother! Don't arold fom rraaa. peav
ishrhildl Lawk at the tosafoat See if it
i white, yellow and coated' If ynar child
is listlrsa. drooping, isn't "leepiag ssrll
It restless, Horsn t eat haartil v or ia rraaa
irittablr, out of sorts with every body
rtunarh sssar, fere risk, breata assd; kaM
toinsrh-ai hr, diarrhoea, sore throat, OI
is full r cold, it saeans tar kit tie one'
stomach, liver and SO feat of bowels ar
fillrd wita poisons and fool. rnoMipate.
wastr matt er and nerd a resale thorough
rlransinit at once.
(i'vr a teaipoonfnl of Syrup of Flga,
and ia a fro boor, all the rloggsd aj
wastr. nndlffratrd food and sour Wis
will gently move on and out of its little
waste clogged bowels without
1 aripina or srasfcam. and you will i
have a well, happy and smiling cb.Dc
; agsia shortly.
With Synrn of Pifa yon are not drug
ging your children, being composed
nlirely of Insriou figs, senna and aro
malica it cannot be harmful betides,
tlirs drarl) lore its delicious taste.
Mother, should always kaap Syroa ai
' r ig- handv. It is the only
. livrr and liowrl cleanser and
needed a little given to-day wS snv.
. a sack child to-aaurrow.
Full directions for children of ntl aft I
and for grow a-ups plainly ptintod on tl -psa'kaga.
Ask ynnr drnggiat far the fisH aasae
i "Syrup nf Figs and Eligir of aana.'
frepared by the California Fig Syrup Ci
his ia the delirium tasting, gooninaol.l
reliable Refuse snvthing el
Red Crosi (- Caafh Dm pi
ilS S. .
World Wants Work Wondart.
t warns the tuna, on esM o
In New York's A Shopping Centre
0 Neill-Adams Co.
Sixth Avenue, 20th, 21st and 22d Streiti.
The piano jar this co-ottra-liw
sale ucre ptrsonallv selected
at the Jaciory by Mr C. Alfred
H jtner. Prisidint of I he
L.WMhord Co., j (nt1 upon
am. at are MfM 'lived and l
ipecied by Mr. blakan Hanko.
for years Conductor and Con
cerlmeister Metrvpolilm Opera
m in menh-r 1ttrotoltlMH ( rna m .aajsnnsav asanal ana
i n'HnVoUBy i
XssszJSUi , w '
mrm x y mm vw m im it i
Copy i tit, uis, by si M i ri lei., Inc.
records of piano selling surpassed
The success of this co-operative
sale has been almost electrifying
"onvrlsht If 12. tlV Slon. O lfnn.rrinli tmm SSW
ilE success of this sale was foretold the day it opened. It started out a success and
has kept it up ever sinee. This department has been as busy as our other departments.
r)l.r.i l.l If B llni i . 1 I f rV lirn Cl UK lakarl sf-a,i am fi'.a... IT aV l ft
iii i niuu.uiiiw s iiiiii.i ium nMtrau vi a icw. up jq ifiis wriTiii we nave sou
and delivered just one hundred and seventy instruments more than the largest estimate put
upon the probable sales for the nveil time which means that the sale will close from a
week to two weeks earlier than we had expected. Remember when seven hundred pianos
and threr hundred player-pianos have been sold this sale ends. Not another one of these
instruments will be sold at these prices, upon these terms, or upon this pkm.
So come NOW.
Success due wholly to this mutual plan
C(Hperatkw jml OOMMtraUon did i- The plan hus done it all. You got a good, duruble piano. wortL
I hree hundred and fifty dolhrs of aaybod! money, for two hundred and forty-eight dollars and seventy
five rents. 1 his whs saving of one hundretl und one dollars nod twenty-five cents to begin with.
i nil pum nvr tuiti.-trsi wncu jm wmii uwi your
lionk1. letivins two
How to obtain im of th:-se pianos by our co-op .rative
To take advaBtaft af this unusual sal', all you have fi do ih to wad or I rin
(Itillurs for hirli we will at OHM tfivc WON a rrtf int.
Tlii.-. fivt- (lollnr'i is oreditod to your uccount on tin- co-otu-rativr
liiintln-il and forty tiwta dollars and sevealy-fivc cents to be jiaid.
The OOHinSffativs plan then allows one hundred aim uim'ty-fivo weeks' time ia which to
pay this amount - at the rate of one dollar and twenty-five eeuts u week. There are no fur
ther payments of any kind to lie met.
You can select your piano at once lu-morrow next day, next week or any other time
convenient to you.
It will lie delivered immediately next week or next month. Christmas week if you
prefer. The time you select yutr piano and the date of delivery are w holly opt imial wi h you.
If not convenient for you to personally select your piano, we will make the selection lor
yoil under your instructions, with the understanding that if at tin-end of a thirty days' trial the
piano is not satisfactory we will refund your money.
pinno. leaving two hundred ami forty-three dollars
and seventy-live cents to ! paid. To puy this lal
ance you were allowed one hundred and ninety-
Bve weeks' t ime. This made the payments amount
to only one dollar nnd twenty-five cents a week.
You could take the full time one hundred and
ninety-five weeks or not, jnst as you sHshed. If
you iiul m shorter I une you earned antl
were p:iil a cash dividend of fifteen
cuts a week. Alter the tiulttncc of two
iiiiidrcil ami forty- hrce dollars and sovrntv-
fivc cents wa. paid, there was then no further
tnferest or payments of any kind to he met.
You could iff t yum money bath after a thirty
days' trial, if you wished. If you k 1 t the
piano you could xchaiifje it without loss at
any time up to within one year from the
daV you bought it Ami all unpaid payments
wer viiliiiit.ii ily cancelled in the event of
your death while you were still paying for
th' instrument. Beside tttis jrotl got the pro -leetidu
nf a joint guarantee, signed y both
the manufacturer-, and ourlvcg, protecting
you nbto ute'y lor Ate veon.
Whs) more eiiijld have heen (iven? What
more wished:' t'ould j'ou have lUgMttsd mil
furl Iter privileges or condition-, that would
have been of advantage to you?
Player-pianos also on same plan
Three Hundred play -r-piaaos arc also being said on this co-opefav
Tbr usaal priee of these player-pianos ia five hundred and flftl
The ro-nprrative prtre ia three hundred aad ninety-five dollars. ssRfc
NO I N TKREST to be added. ' '
The player-piano is also bring delivered immediately upon tbs) pay.
men i nf five dollars.
Tbt- paymrnU of two dollars a work giving you oar hundred aad
SissSjr five weeks' lime in which lo make your paymanta the
-sun as on the piano. Tbr same unrandittoaal guarantee that
is gi 1 1 a on tbr piano i Riven on thr player-piano.
You ar. aln grt yoisr money bark at any timr within thirty days.
You Ret the same privilege of exchanginc within a year, aa that Rtvea
with the piano.
Ml of tlie unpaid balances will be voluntarily cancelled ia eveat oi
VI. mi. a player-piano lieneh and nine mils of maiic (your own si si
lion! are inrludnl without extra charge.
SI arraiigrmenl will be made with earn purrhaser whereby Bow
jiiayer rolls can br procured at a coal uf oniy Hum cents roJL
Thrsu playrr-piauos are utaudard HS-notr piayers; that as. tbry
play i w ry aota on thr piano when thr music roll ia ia mntiata.
TsSSS playrr-piuniin have an automatic ahiftrr. which compels Lba
muni- in p!y perfectly. Mot player-pianos sold at from two haa
dred tu two hundred and fifty dollars more than these fff nut
play perfectly. 1'hoe player-piaaos have lead tubing. Moat play er
puiiiOK have rubber lubing. rfce Iff of ruSoer fa one year -ot
uat. Lead oafs orever. It cannot wear out aad the tubing
in these player-pianos is ao placed it rannol be broken.
Ml of the features of the co-operative plan are carried out ia al
i.ring tu.- pla. r iiiani... it h the tingle eaosofroM tbat
laftna on the plavcr-piano are two dollars a week instead
mi I lie piano onr dollar and tweaty-ftve cents a
Sixth Avenue, 20t i. 21at and 22d Streets
MmIm inrt', I iffn IltHtr lakr '--'l Mnn K)iaior.
t Ul ilila
4 saut usui ia-tkki.
mi Co., bti Ave., ISew Yatrk
scripriuu of si-ino aad player - plana bslng so:
ue.-siivo uia.i ia
t. sad No
nr..ia'ion on my port, msi' DnoiaaraohB snd as
old ea your so-
Beginning thin evening, Monday, November 18th, our Piano Department will remain
open nnlil 9.30 o'clock. Thin done for the convenience and at the request of many
who find it difficult to come in during the day. Come to the 6th Avenue and Std
Sited entrance 0LY and take elevators to the Fifth floor.
t-tr.. .. -j- juaaiiius-