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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
on k nu MrMnrnc i a ru
LOI IlLTI IVILIVIDlIo 111 M UHI
"Boosters" lixpect to Increase
$75,000 by Thursday.
TO WORK FOR PORT.
Urge Waterfront Development
and Enlargement of
"A boost for New York la a boost
With this as their slogan. W of
the city's moat prominent business
and professional men itarted out
bright and early thia morning to win
recruit for the Merchanti' Aaiocla-
wharo from SAO to twrttty sivk nis-n
lMm, DM f MNM Kln$c as Mgli im
ttvfit -apvpn nnil antttlicr I went) -fmir.
To-innrroa, Vlnra.lay and Thursday
th rk will ko m Jum ihs sauiu- a.1
"-'lv, nml i noon raclt lay tha rom
mmH' mpiniiais win mm at IM
mnnhu'i aid rWOft A larKa !: k
t".arl lis. tK'en placed at one end "f FlM
bis; hanquei hall, where I he I IMClMOM
are nelnn held, and her,, the report of
aerh ro.mm1tl.-s ll rr ordeal for the
U'Tieflt of the other.
l'M.ry IraiMn In the atorlt market
to-day wan rljatot and fr.it tirsslass. Open
)ns orrsui were hardly itmnaed from
isst wofik's olefins, hut during the frit
hour moderate ihuyln onlirs ttitvsl.ped
for Reading, Stve.. OWN Paclfl ind
Umt.o Hlittea Hubher, and thrso Issues
s.'orsd fractional arivanroa.
Hubscournt tVallrurs were listless.
After a arent deal of sm-aa wins In the
afternoon erlod prleea Anally aaaurned
a downward trend In in. iaat few mln-
Cattrta by Crowds and Ad
dress Presented by Official at
Hamilton City Decorated.
tlo&. The reault waa that at noon
whan ttaoy all aaaembled around a ' round the lowrst of the
festive board at Delmonloo'e down
town restaurant, 237 new member
had been added to the organisation
and there were "prospecta to burn,"
as one booster expressed It
This means an Incrraa of about
111,000 a year to the aaaoolal lon'a In
come. It la expected that at the end
of the present four-day campaign for
new members tbe aaaoclatlon'a rev
enue will have been Increased fully
.75,000 a year.
"With thla Inoreaaed Intereat In the
association." declared W. C. Breed,
the chairman, "we are convinced that
we ran aconmpllah wonders for our
city. For six months past we nave
bean buaily enraged In devlalng a
plan to safeguard the prM.nl com
rasrclal aupremacy of New York nnd
to add to our commerce wherever
IKtaatble. We now nave aeparate
bureau working In conjunction with
the Merchants' Association. These
bureaus will have charge of all
traffic. Industrial, convention and pun
COMPETITION BETWEEN BIO
Cotnp'Ullon Is daljy drawing keener
between the oltles. New York la up
acalnxt the competition of civic organi
sations In the following cities: Ohlcaao,
with a membership of 4.M0. Ilorton, with
4.(00; Cleveland, with MNi DotfOtti with
US; Denver, with 2.S0O: Cincinnati, Willi
ttW and San Francisco with 4.000.
"Renienher that twenty-seven titles
nave traffic bureaus, sixteen cities have
Heading, t.'nlon Pacific, National I.es.l
sml Canadian Pacific lost almost a point
at the finish.
The loalnsj Prlree.
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HAMILTON, rtermuda. Nov. II.
l'realdi nt-eleet Wilson and his family,
on hoard the Meutner llermudlsn, ar
rived at Hertnuila SSSaJf ti-day asd
Jan.). '.I ,l 1 1 ,i nil It n glllSHIWII lllvk,
repriactlng the city of ILamllton, went
out on laiard a prlviite steamer t, In
vito Mr. Wilson and his party to hr
.mipuny htm to Hamilton, where he
jireacntf.l an iiddrcea if welcome.
trfirge crowda of ieopie lined the
etreeLa and whtn'e, cheeerlng ths
Preaident-eleet, and all puitiHr and pri
vate bu'.ldlnKS are decoratoil with fliga
Hurst holme, the winter resMence of
Mrs, Jtorden Harrlmun, h.ia been of
fered to Mr. Wlleon during hla stay
hsre. The weather la clurmlnt;
Owing to the largn number of
women In the parly. I'reeldent-elect
Wllaon declined the Invitation of the
Hamilton Corporation to go aboard a
private eteumcr and he remained on
iKiard the itermudlnn until thut vea
sel reached her dock. The American
vleltors to the Inland and others
greeted Mr. Wllaon with roualng
cheers sa he atood on lha uppermost
deck, boWtAfl nml sslutlns: to the
crowd while the steamer waa being
The President elatl and his party
landed at noon. Mr. Wlleon was re
ceived by the otlli lals of tlio city and
wsa entluialaatli-ally cheered aa he
panned throiiKh the ntn. N.
The Mayor of Hamilton, In the
rourae of hla welcoming Hildteaa, aald;
"We truat that during your term as
Prealdent the cordial relatione be
tween the United States and Great
Krltaln will be maintained and un
impaired, and that the strong bonds
of the union will he strengthened."
Mr. Wllaon In reeponoc aald:
"As auon as I knew I had been sen
tenced lo four years hard labor. I
thought of a reat In Hermuda. The
friendship exlatlng between the United
states and (ireat llrllaln la a very
happy and natural one I hope nothing
will happen during my admlniatratlon
to disturb the relations of the two
Mr. Wilson then expressed his wish
to he allowed to remain Incognito.
A L4.1U1K PHOTtMiRA Vt'liF FRF.K.
A Phelogravure of Prealilent Klect
vaartlon bueaaua eev.ntv pltlna liave Wnodrew Wllaon and hla family will be
industrial bureau, and tnof. than one';'"" I"'""' ,h fou""n w,,h
huadre,! and six cities have publicity i Bvnimy " Worla- m
us. Boston raised 130.000 to be .--..e.a. er rsviers
ArrnnidHLd ur comics.
Deputy Htste Comptroller Wsllsce S.
Fraser transmitted the following ap
prataals of estates under the Inherit
sn e tax law to-day to the Transfer
Tax Office of the Surrogate's Court:
Christian Ahele, who died Feb. 24;
UU, left U11. 477.
Charles Augustus Raas, who died
Nov. tl, nil intestate, left Ko.192.
William C Manna, who died Feb. 24,
1313, left tft.710.
Jacob Ginsberg, wtto died Feb. 4, till,
Jsne Delanev. Who died Nov., 1911,
Kaphael J. Moses, lawysr, who died
Dec. 12. 1st!, left I1I.480.
Frank H. Hurlburt. for many years
president of the Union itquare Havings
Bank, who died In his apartment In the
bank Jan. 2. 112. left 111.14.
Augustus lUsohow, who died May 4.
ISM. left 1S,00U.
Harry Htern. who died. Jan. IS. 1901,
for the benetM of that city last
year. Chicago mora than 110,000. Last
year Boston Increased her water tramo
4s per cent, as tlis result of work of the
Boston Association of Commerce.
"The Merchants' Association now has
1.M0 members; It wants 6,000. Manhattan
Borough has a population greats- 'than
Chicago; Brooklyn Borough greater
than Boston; The Bronx greater than
Detroit, Queens sse outgrown Minne
apolis. Yst these four cities hsvs sep
arate organisations with tranmbershlpa
of over U,000 working for their Indi
HOW FREIGHT DISCRIMINATION
HURT NEW YORK.
fefew Tork has 10,000 acres of vacant
land, splendidly located and fitted In
every way for manufacturing sttss. The
number of mVnufscturers st thla port
could easily be multiplied several lime..
Look out for the Industrial Bureau of
the Merchants' Association.
"New York for the first time Is tak
ing up a compr extensive development of
Its water front. The Merohants' Asso
ciation waa one of the first demanding
thla action. Our harbors have suftl
cient depth and there Is sufficient shore
frontage to accommodate the steam
ship lines of the world.
"la 1M flfty ahlps. each laden with
rata, left Now York harbor. Last ysar
net a single snip so loaded went out of
thla port due to a dlacrlmlnaliun of
'New York hss a police force of
about 11,000 men. To put It on a plane
with London It atiould have at least
l,(M mors men.
"A properly organised sssoclstlon surh
as the Merchants' Association will look
after ths h matters which sre ne
glected because what va everyhody'H
business la nobody's buatnesa.
"The business men ss units may build
up fortune from rbelr Individual enter
prlaes, but they cannot handle alone the
various factors on problems whli It enter
Into tile whole community's business
welfare. To-day's meeting i. an em
phatic denkU that New York business
have no civic pride. Tether Knlck-
certslnly hss hsd s shuck
wtien HO men atari out to work for his
Tew York Is st Isst awakening.
Rival cities sre competing for New
York's bualness. The Hanams Canal
will soon be a reality, and we. repre
ssnttng the business 1nlereeH of the
second city In the world, must now aet
te work to obtain our Just proportion of
the commerce that will come througn
thai cansl Are we going to do It T
CAMPAIGN FOR NEW MEMBERS
TO LAST FOUR DAYS.
We) especially appeal to the preaa to
aaalst ig In this undertaking. New York
Is a llvs bundle of nerves, and we must
spsasr through the reas to the world-st-kargs
and tell outsiders of the mant
feM advantages New York offers in
a oommerclal sense. If the preaa will
not listen to what the business mn
of Kiw York think, then what wilt
the business men of New York think
of the preaa?
Bm HO bualness snd professional men
wtk bsgxto the campaign for new mem
Ms for the Merchants' Association to
law fill divided Into nfty-four eonv
CHARLOTTE LUND, SOLOIST,
WITH THE VOLPE ORCHESTRA.
Charlotte Lund, ths American t rami,
pupil of Jean de Hesake, who charmed
us by her singing at her too infrequent
appearancea last season, was a soloist
with the Volpe Symphony Orchestra at
Aeolian Hall iaat night. 8hs sang an
aria from "Madame Butterly" with fine
art and In excellent voice and was com
pelled to respond to an sncore. Vera
Uaratow. a young violinist, played the
first movement from Tschalkowaky'a
oonrsrto In D major. Mr. Volpe's young
men showed great advancement In their
playing of Weber's "tjberon" overture
and Wagner's "Tsimhsuser" overture.
The programme included one of Mr.
Volpe's own compositions, "The Avowal."
a pretty conceit that he had to repeat.
Ujnlek.and l'ave-ln Kills Two.
WOOoTKH. Ohio. Nov. la-Adam fix-
ler and William llrayhlll were smothered
to death by s cave-In of quicksand nt
the bottom of a sixty-foot shaft In the
Werts ooal mine at DaHon eio lv to-day.
Five other mlnera had Juat quit the spot.
Albany for BO.taTMt.OOO Mate Bond.
ALII A NY. Nov. 18. The proposition to
bond" the Htate for KiO.OOO.ialO to con-
tlnus the Improvement of highways was
carried In Albany County by 17,194, ac-
OO n I ng to the official tabulation of the
Bouiil of Canvassers. The total vote
cast wae 44. .06. of which 22.789 were In
favor. 6.601 against, 13 void snd 11,892
Heartburn, Gas, Sourness or
Dyspepsia ended in five
minutes with "Pape's
Time it ! In five minutes all stomach
distress will go. No indigestion, heart
burn, sourncas or belching of gaa, acid, oi
erurtatitms of undigested final; no diiii
nrss, bloating, foul breath or headache.
Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its apeed
in regulating upset stomachs. It is the
surest, quickest ami most certain remedy
in the whole world ami besides it is
Millions of men ami women now est
their favorite foods without fear they
know now it ia needless to have a bad
Please, for your sake, get a large fifty
rent rase of Pspe's Diapepsin from any
drug store and put your stomsch right.
Don't keep on being miserable life is
too short you sre not here long, so make
your stay agreeable, Kat what you like
and digest it; enjoy it without dread of
rebellion in the stomach.
Diapepain belongs in your home an
way. It should lie kept bendy, should
one of the family cat something which
doesn't agree with him, or in case of an
attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis
or stomach derangement at daytime or
during the night it is there to give the
quickest, surest relief known.
THIEF AHOYI PUT ABOUT
WITH THOSE PANTS OF
CALVE WILL RESUME TOUR
WITHIN A FEW WEEKS.
Commarklcr of Atlantic Yacht Hub
Mas Timhers Shivered by Bold
Purlotltfalf of Mis Trousers.
Who oh, who v.. mid steal the ys rht
Ing frontiers of a commodore?
lloh the ggfnentar Of his plane; j
wrench the awl from the horny hand
oi tne cnhhler; bul-lcvltate the Inti
mate working clolhea of Vmmo.lore J.
MuaTl lllaekton of the Atlantic Yacht
Club? Porlsh the thought!
Na'thetesa, the thought didn't per'ih
quick enough In the Instance of the .
low-bred villain who, on Haturdsy, dl.l I
actually commit thla desecration. Not
only did he steal all the yarhtlng troua
era that Commodore lllaekton rellen
upon to help him prealde over the Soli
of the Atlantic Yacht Ctttb In the glori
ous aiinimer time, but he also nppropi't
sted one suit of evening clothes, one
dinner Juck"t, two bualness suits nf
lodges plaid and one simple raw ig
It hnpiened thus: The I'limmo
hsd sent all of hla yarhtlng rlgglnt,.
as well as the other prosaic cltlaen's
regalia, lo a tailor lo go Into drydork.
After all the seams had been calked
and the cleats made taut, the master
of the yard detailed a boy to return
the .ulLs to tho Commodore1 1 home at
No. 54 Ocean avenue. The boy ful
filled hla mission promptly, the butler
receiving the olorhes at the door.
Hardly had the hoy departed, how
ever, when a man appeared at tbe door
and presented a greasy note. The
note said the tailor had forgotten
something he oiig'ht to have done and
requested that the clothes be deliv
ered to bearer. The butler gsve up
the garments nnd Commodore lllaek
ton figures he's out about $tl00.
Throat OiK) She Contracted in St.
Louis Not Serious, Says Doc
tors Leaves for Chicago.
ST. IVIL'Irt. Mo., Nov. It Accompanied
by her manager snd her huaband M. Oss-1
parrl, Mme. Calve left St. Louis for
ChlOeffl to-day. Mme. Calve was forced
to c.ince' nn engagement here bOVeUSS
of I serious cold wh.ch affected her
AflOf the examination Ihll morning,
th" attending physicians declared her
Condition was not sei loua. They pre
il eted ttiat she would be able to rcKuma
hi r tour within a couple of weeks.
SAGE TEA DARKENS FADED GRAY HAIR,
KEEPS THE SCALP CLEAN AND HEALTHY
Cures Dandruff, Stops the
Ilnir from Falling Out nnd
Makes Jt 0lOY4
BY THOSE WHO
HAVE USED IT
You will scarcely find a group of
persons among which somr one has not
positive knowledge of I'oslam's re
markable work in curing eczema (many
rases even in two weeks), eradicating
pimples, acne. Iilemiahra anil clearing
red noses or inflamed complexions (over
night). With this resdy means of relief so
easily available there ia really no reason
why distressing snd unsightly skin af
fections should be allowed to go un
checked. First application stops the itching, the
akin rapidly heals and is restored to
POSLAM SO A I' used daily for toilet
and bath will keep the skin in healthy
condition, and improve its rotor and
texture. It offers the healing medica
tion of I'osluiti in a form particularly
beneficial for tender skin and cruptional
and scalp troubles.
All druggists sell I'oslam (price, AO
rents) and I'oslam Soap (price, x cents).
For free samples, write to the Kmergency
Laboratories, 8 West 4Mh Street, New
To-Day and To-Morrow
There is nothing new aboul the idea of
using Sage for restoring ihr color of the
hair. Our g ainlmotlicrs kept their hair
lark, glossy and sliundsnt ly the use of
a simple "Sage Tea." Whenever their
hair fell nut or took on s dull, failed or
streaked appearance, they made a brew
of Sage leaves, and applied it In llieir
hair with wonderfully beneficial effect
Nowadays we don't have to resort to
the old-time tiresome method of gather
ing thejierbs and making the tea. This
is done by skil'.ul chemists better than
wc ro'dd do it ourselves: and all we
have to tin is to call for the rendy-made
product, Wvclh's Sngc and Sulphur
llair Hemeily, Containing Sngc in the
proper strength, with the sdililion of
Sulphur. Mother old-time scslp remedy.
This preparation gives youthful color
mil licnutv to the hair, and is one of
the best remedies voti can use for dan
druff, dry. fevcrisn. itching scalp and
falling hair. Oct a fifty cent buttle
from your druggist to-dny, and you will
be surprised nt the quick results. All
druggists sell it, under guarantee that
t lie money w ill be refunded if t lie remedy
is not exactly ns represented.
Call and Make Your Own Terms
Our Term Apl to Nrw York, w .Irrttry, Long Ulnml, C'onnr-tirnle
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
I Rooms i
4 Rooms I urnished al
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OUK 1912 CATALOGUE
750-752 8th Ave., Cor. 46th St.
Complete, as Il
ol $101) or Over
ot Furniture, Car
pets, R.:s and
Bedding lor this
month only on
nfascntot aii aI :
UI 1.1V1I.U I 1 VII VI
Mschinst J s advertise-
en Credit UlCnt.
Open Saturday Even
ings Until 10 P. M.
At 19 James Butler Inc. Markets!
1 - -
ed, 4 to 5
cut to -lb.
THE tuprmmm effort of .vary
manufaerurar of pay.r
pienot has been lo eliminate
lh xnechsnicaJ efem.jil from the
In only on plmymr Aaa thim
gromtly desired reeur been ob
I mined the
Three hundred mere of these 17-Jeaeled
adjusted Hulld 14-H. gold nl emrn a
watehea have beea oaosed bjr our timliis and
adjusting department and are nun ready
for the porkrt. We must admit that we
rannot offer them for sale every day, aa we
hae no trouble to sell them at Oll.ltH rat h
aa fast aa we rerrlve them. Here la a Holld
1 l-K, tiold Watch with a lT-Jewelod ari-
1 usieil motement, eierv oae ataiuned IT
ewrla. adjusted. There ran he no mis
take Bitmit llieio. you fan eoeiu rrau n
lourself aa well aa we ran. The isas
U also alanied I l-K. deep Into the aold.
Kverv Jeweler and Vl'ati'hmaker in the
I tilted Htatea must admit It. Now , our
uartuitee Is almpb this: if you pun-hast
one of Iheee watrhea for leaa than OI'MiM
at any wholesale or retail -Jeweler'a, If you
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Unlruilworlhv Drui.Thouvhl lo ltoien not all we rlalm It to he, loins It .bark
END LIVER TROUBLE
W1TH01T CALOMEL S
"Will ill fii til l lirit"
Has ll sf true human-lik quality
produced' by lha pedal touch"
that the dittnence is eo nofics
ably mora tialurai and pleating.
atla IO al f TOO Style M al iMM
Ityis St at MM style SI at 0IMM
Cash ur Caattadast Tartxs. Haul for Utsratura.
AM FIFTH AVENUE
aW Taaaiia eau .. v. t.
the Teeth, Now Math Absolutely
Dr. Edwardi' Olive Tablett -the aubstitute
for cslornel art the mildeit but lurest laxa
tive known, and their rflcct on the liver it
almott instants neout. They are the retult oi
Dr. Edwsrdi' determination not to treat liver
snd bowel complaints with calomel. Dr. Ed
wsrdt hat bern cslomel't uncompromiting for.
Hii cflortt to banish it brought out thestlittle
olivr-otl-colored tablett, s rare combinstion oi
vegetable compounds mixed with olive oil.
effects. They don't injure the teeth like ttrong
liquids or calomel. They take hold oi the trouble
slid quickly correct it. Why cure tie liver
st thrxpenc oi the teeth? Cslornel some
times play havoc with the gums. So do strong
liquids. It is best not to lake calomel at all.
but to let Olive Tsblets take their place.
Most headaches, "dullness'' snd thst laxy
frrlina romr from constipation snd s disordered
liver. Take Olive Tablets when you ieel "lossy "
snd "heavy." Note bow they "clrar" the r louded
brain snd how they "perk up" the spirits.
At 10c and 25c a boa. ' Every little Olive
Tablet has a movement aD its own."
Thl OUve Tablet Cempeay. Columbus, 0,
111 slsai a mill mmt fur viilir sttl.llM
I SHiSt Mllll still Will III it It ll k&llll 4t VIIU un
reuurtt without nn 1 "Ifa or anils." W t
ran 4rll ri-r mir, nn -inttMl ntHivei In fart
our only roorrl I that we i nnn.it nt thou
nandn of lltrm m could ri lhiin .rrv
4m, an liavn a walttnn lint, oftrn In
thr Itundrmtn, fur thaiu. No mall or iiin
fiiKrr urdrrn filled. To all who fall
urraoiially. not In tho wnU'h tradi. wr
guarnntr lu nupuly an fast as a rorelie
thrin from the factory.
Sirloin & Porterhouse Steaks 20c
Flank Steaks, piw. choic cut. ib
Chopped Beef Sdtd bottom round.. Ib.
Loin Mutton Chops, Finest ... z
Choice Rib Mutton Chops
Shoulder Mutton Chops
Prime Rib Lamb Chops
Prime Loin Lamb Chops
Lean Boneless Bacon, ia
Finest Sugar Cured Hams
Sliced Boiled Hams, very choice
FrankfUrterS. Zimmerman's Finest. . .
Ham BOlOgnaS. Zimmerman 'a
Head CheeSe. Zimmerman's Best
Lillk SaUSage. Choicest tmh made. . .
Home Made Sausage Meat
Corned Pig's Head n. 5
Honey Comb Tripe 3 n, 25
At All 200 James Butler Inc. Stores
Double Stamps FREl
with all purchases on Monday and Wednesday
Larxte can ituaranteed
fresh packed from the
nnur rTin cuvnof aaaas
IIVTT VI WJ , l'" VV sssssssssxsxt
towesc price ever r m
offered in canned
t'Ke laines ; a tun
Pride of St. Louis,
Superlative XXXX. IVi
lb. bag cut to
String Beans, Harpoon Brand . . . . 6C
TOmatOeSo large solid packed No. 8 can 9
Regina Asparagus, fancy Calif., can . . 10c
SalmOn. lalb. tall can Alaska pink 9
Essie Sliced Peaches. 10
Big Bargains for Wash Day
Butler's borax Soap . 3 10c
Butler's Square Blue . . 4C
Blue Ribbon Gloss Starch, 5C
Triumph Cleanser, large can O
Clenewel Washing Powder, 12C&5C
Blue Ribbon Syrup, large can
Grape FrUit, fine Florida fruit, each 5
Oranges, Large sweet juicy Porto ltico, dozen. 23
AppleS, Oregon Jonathans, finest eating, dozen.. 20
POtatOeS, Pat Selected 6 lbs. 12C
RlCe, Clean, nourishing and good 3 lbs. 1,7
PmneS, New fruit, extra choice, 55 to lb. 3 lbs. 25
Big, Fat Mackerel, New catch, each. . . . 5
IK JWtT Stampa wiin sa tXC
1 lb. (or...
FREl!) rio Ideal Blend 25
At 125 James Butler Inc. Licensed
Black and White Scotch
Dewar's Scotch Whiskey
Power's Irish Whiskey .
Special Reserve Rye .
Hunter Rye, j B. bottling
Wilson Whiskey, j b. bottimg
Kingussie Scotch, bottuai
DOPpel KUmmel, Ible grmn, bottle.
7niHL7 Bottle Maraschino Cherries given
V MEjE with bottle of
Princeton Cocktails 75c
Manhattan or Martini, bottle
Guinness's Stout-Bass Ale
Direct importations enables us to sell at $ J .45 Dozen $ V
theseextraordinarilylowprices.Doz.bots. JL Splits, X
Allowance for Returned Empties
We pay 15 cents a dozen for the return of empty bottles, and
10 c -nts a dozen forempty splits. Our motor trucks and wagons
DELIVER FREE and will call for the empties on request
Finest White Sauerkraut u, 3c
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CHARLES A. KEENE
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Broadway , New York
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