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KN TOLD THAT
J TRANSFER IS N. G.
hooter Misses Conductor, bul
Wounds Another PiOKnger
!rie.l. atrmllner wa taken to fK '.th-
urine llicr'ltil. n ihI later went honi..
tJatectlvea Wenrlcrtwrii ami O'l'mimir
If hinting M .iinmiin Thr tielleva
hi 1 v In MMMMttM anl "1U ln
pri plloS nfr Ihf Ml Sffcofl the ilgh: tart
ih. v know hi' waa handy with
i MflBSOM an, I ti.il 0V He waa aimiit
i i went) -i o ) tra oM.
M'KINLEVS HORSE KILLED.
j m-.w i .in.Ai'Ki.i'iiiA. Nov 11
'hiirKtr foOllaT Pl'SOliloal Mrlvlnl. '
rlillM hnri.1' IIMI a lnlellt lriith to-rlAv
'on lie fnrm ff Al' it'. I..'0'K at tra
' htirw Ml liivnnw rntiinlml in .i with
i fi-n' iin I Minnv I
t'harBt aai i'i - iiM i MoKinloy I fa-
rofltO RWMII fli hix mual.'r'a BOSttt
the h' "ii ci-nl ! I lie leli fnrn.
Aiinntmh i fin. -e en fSaWS Mi IM
SpUM lit .llM'f IS llltlnt' .
A broed-ehouMerii young man. c
MHlnleJ ' tnn prrtty glrll, boanli-l
atanbattnr- 1 sin.l Oratu'ii avenue our
t Harbarl .tree! iind Oreen avenue,
Booklvn, ut tn-dav
Tha g.rla wore fancy gonna and ran
SaHxabl jewelry, and It Ml Ilia Im
fremton of William J. lunn. No. 6
lUnraland avenue. Cre.npolnt. the ron
Oaotor, that thty hail bean to a dance.
Tha vouno man offcrej Dunn three
roaatown tranefer. Tne tr.m'er point,
ttonhattan and N'uiiij avenues, na ten
Btooka away, and IHinn dfllned (o ao
OWt the ellpa of paper, demanding oaih.
( "Kit oi your tintype, " faid the nay
fsaung .wain "Tak. tha tranafira or
Sorry,' perelat.d Dunn, "but I'll
Aave to aak you to pay or (at off."
"Toil can uk until you're purple In
fjbe face, and If all the food It'll do
you. I've paid the firee. cot transfer
that entitle ui to continue our rldl,
ml don't Intend to be 'atuck.'"
"Tnea If you won't set off I'll have to
K. jrou off." derided the conductor.
I don't I mUjht loaa my Job."
"If you do you may lo.o worse than
that, take It r noii i me," retorted the
Ocung man. Severn! oilier young men
ud women wiiu hid boarded the car
t the tranifir point leemad to know
be belligerent one. They, too, had been
t I dance, probably the anna one.
At Metropolitan avenue Uunn etopped
(fat oar and .tartad to eject the paa
Oenger Aa ttoey began acuffllng about
the ear qulokly implied. The women
crammed and their eacorta appeared
a'ixiouw to fat them away. Dunn noun
It iv why. H'l paairmjer had drawn a
lie promptly took a ihot at tjio con
duoanr, but mlaaed and hit Ham Bum
l.i.er. twanty-alx, of No. JM Manhattan
avanui. Brooklyn. In the laft arm. Then
ha ran thrones Metropulltaui avenue
The only saaaanceri lew la tha vicin
ity ware the two etna. They refueed to
Ml who their aaoort waa and eJeo van-
TAFT ON SOCIAL ROUND.
ailenda Wi'ildlnai anil avalry Drill
aMH aj cipera Ta-Jlajht.
W iMIINOTpK. Nov 12 President
Taft iicellod luialnea and r'lhlnet
enguiementa1 fo-lny to work upon hie
meeaaaje to Ooflf fill i hut found lime
for eeveral social engagements during
the afternoon and evening. At noon
tns president attended thn wedding of
Miss i.i' it. Callon Kldgely, grand
dnuchter of Henstor Kiielhy M Cullom
of Illinois to Dr. Henry V Marker, at
which Hccrelary Knoa and Mr Knot
trie llrltlsh Ambassador op I Mrs. Hrycs
and the French AmlHadnr and Mme.
Jnsserand were alec present
I The president's ifterflOOfl engage
' monts IIWltjdd alten liince at a special
Car airy drill nt lor1 Myr, for the army
relief fund, and a trip tu Haltlmore to
attend an Optra performance tn-nlghl
JAMESTOWN WINNERS .
mUtt rVACM. - furw, aj; for J-ear-Oltflj
flvi and nna-nali furloiure-
PUii'i PMk, li: (Ruatoni, U to 1 ( to
). j to i. Irat; snai.ii. loi (Kirrtek) 6 la
1, 2 to 1, iihi se "til. Voles KM illilt
Well), to I. I to I, s to It third I'ln ",
I KM M. OoU) Mary, Ann K. Mattle L .
Pruah. Old Coin, Palatable, Intent
Honey Her also ran,
BBTryNII RAOV - Three-year-old,
selling; one mile Col Cook. I0 fTchani
T to W, I to 3. out. flrjat; N.iplcr, 'if.
iMartln), to 1. I to 1, even, second;
Dynamiu, 112 n union), t to 1, 7 to 1,
7 to S. thlnl TIIIM, IMI -f P.ndan'.
Hipper, l.lttle Hp. t'tvmellla. Hey,
Breaker Boy, I'atdner ami .Mast, r Jim
ae,i Widow Kllla llaraalf.
Mrs l"mlly W Turnev, an aged widow
Who lived In a furnished room at Nr
44 Forty-eighth street. Bay Rldfa,
killed herself with gas to-day. Hhe was
dlipondonl becauao she had often said
vine members of her family seldom
MENS A BOYS' CLOTHrNQ.HATS A FURNISHINGS
Men who don't care how they
look are often overlooked.
Whether your time is limited or plenteous
you can depend on us to fit you with Suits
and Overcoats best adapted to your indi
viduality. The men we clothe have the advantage of a
great variety of styles and sizes to select
from, which enables them to satisfy their
particular requirements for style, cloth, pat
tern, size, fit and price.
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I to-day a,n
. eacen' id-
.iilnletratlve filing tin. (Mpmenta e
' 4'orU) Wen, the Canal f.one and 'tis
Philippines wore atwtae eommerce
Vnforremont of .he eullng would have
t arred bralgn thlpa tram jan-ylng '
A marl can aorome-rce to Ciase vrrrltodea
sometimes start from mental strain
or indigestion, but more often from
general weakness, and lead to appal
ling conditions unless checked.
Treat the cause, not the effect.
SCOTT'S EMULSION overcomes nervous
ness in a wonderful, permanent way by making
life-sustaining blood corpuscles; it nour
ishes the nerve centres and acts as a
bracing tonic to build you up.
Scott's Emulsion does not stupefy
it feeds them in Nature's way.
Scott ft Bowsi. BloonleM, I. 1 ll-ae
AstonPlacetk Fourth Avenue
SUB WAV AT THt DOOR-OrJE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY
f. ailies' Bmrjfl itiitt.it. Hoots m
lilaek. Iirown, lime ami the ncu
tanie simile- a rtSSSV .line, dlltlnc
tive in style. nn,l ex, eptionsll v
Choice Choice Choice
of of of
Styles. I Leathers. Grades.
Satisfaction in the Styles
Satisfaction in the Qualities
The shoes vim buy nt Hlvn
ltoMM rt'tircsnil tlie fiillfst pcB
iil)lo measure of satisfaction.
Mnr number styles are shut
out of t he Blyn system as poor or
doubtful leathers are shut out of
the Blyn factory.
Ten conveniently located Hig,
BtlM Blyn Stores invite you to
try Blyr Shoes
Fu no other way will their su
periority be sr readily manifest.
TEN Hit. BEST FA Mil. T hTOHKK
Kb Ave. ami tnt, HI C m '
life A..SSth4Sthti. aagaffTiT - HHI BBO" wwer).nr. r
SHOES I EV'BBV B A Dl'.
EAST SIDE HTOBES:
Mailorder Dept., ft4S IS tve. aj.liu or .atalegne of t'talldren's hoei
Brookin 1 is. nut 011 si
ibrabamft Straaat B- war. or. Oreeae Ave.
U'war. et. fan at Ellery Iti. aetory. "t 1-StS .aal Mo it.
Second Big Day
Winter Overcoats for Men
Sales are part of our Advertising.
We sacrifice a part of our Profits on cer
tain Sales just as we spend part of our Profits
in certain Newspapers. To our mind dignified
specialized Sales and dignified Advertisements
are practically equal in Publicity value.
For purposes of extra Publicity we have
Marked Down certain Winter Overcoats from
$18.50 and $22.50 to $14.50 and $16.50.
These are quite out of
the ordinary from an
artistic viewpoint. The
fabrics are most tasteful
and are unusual in coats
at even their former
prices. The linings are
in keeping. Sleeves satin
$18.50 & 22.50
lined. Velvet collars are
to be found when they
They are coats for
coldest weather, yet
they are light in weight
In length they drop
just below the knee.
Tan Shetlands in delicate tones of cream and
toasty brown, b'ome rich, fleecy coats the pink of
fashion diagonal weaves of broad, brown stripes,
spaced with stripes of white; English horn buttons.
Also similar weaves on roughish cloth deep browns
r.nd reds alternating or the same colorings more
lightly tinted. Similar motifs in gray as well, and
basket weaves, the modest herringbones and also
the new indefinably twisted designs of gray on grav
or gray on white, which are so much favored.
And these are but a small hint of the complete
offering a display worthy of any gentleman's attention.
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STORE FOR WOMEN
31st Street at Sixth Avenue
Dresses & Coats
Values $20, $
$25 and $30
VERY one of them a perfect marvel
at $20 to $30. We do extraordin
ary things here. This is one of them.
Charmeuse Silks Prunellas, Fine
Spangled Nets French Serges
and Rich Eponges
in a rainbow range of the latest and most ultra
fashionable Autumn and Winter shades.
Sale of Regular $20.00 to $ 1 n.75
$25.00 Coats-Special at 14
Newest model. In fuT. and ? . tengthi. In handsome plaid bick chin
chillas, astrakhan cloths, cheviots, broadcloths and rich mixture!,
llgoj both for women and misses.
Latest $5, $6 & $7 New Silk Blouses
Full range of Fashion's latest shadings, in handsome 0 C tZfl
black chiffons over fine lace or net; or rich brocaded silk with
pretty crystal buttons with black and colored taffeta.
$4 and $5
jyOR auto or street
wear: taupe, brown,
black, navy, blue and
white; plush buttons and
without trimming :
or may be trimmed with
a dimple little stick-up;
Wichert's $5 Shoes : Their
First Real Introduction
jINCE we first opened our store, our first and main aim waa and
will continue to be to offer the best $5.00 shoe in America, not
only in quality, but in style and in selection of the best materials
used in pretty footwear.
There are plenty of good WEARING shots told in New York
at $5, but most of them lack the little hand-finishing touches
that really help to make a shoe feel good on the foot and look
well. Then, again, as soon as a new material is introduced, im
mediately the dealer will add to the price, so that your $5.00
shoe will cost you $6.00, $7.00 or $8.00.
In Wichert Shoeu at SS you can get a choice of all the
new styles. For instance, right now, besides the regulation calf
skin, tns and patent leather shoes, we offer novelty shces
such as satin French heel button boot with hand embroidery on
the vamp -, the new grey kid button boot, extra high cut
storm boot, buckskin button boots, in black, white or grey,
the new gaiter boot, as illustrated, and several other
novelty shoes suitable for dress or street wear, all at a
uti'form price of $5.00.
Every pair guaranteed by the makers as weli as our
selves for perfect fit and satisfaction, or money refunded.
A special Shoe Sale in Our Basement Store
Women's $3.50 Shoes at $1.90
One of the largest makers of $3. 50 shoes in Boston, whose name we are not
permitted to mention, sold us a large quantity of women's welted sole ihoes that he
made to sell at $3.50. They are as good a wearing shoe and will look as good on the
foot as any shoe you can buy in New York to-day at $3.50.
We have them in tan and black calfskin and patent leather, in
button and lace styles, and one very pretty style of soft black
-o. calfskin with black corkscrew cloth tops; all sizes in each style.
New Improved galtor boot In i
WlcMtVs M lino, SS qualltr.
Entire Century Theatre engaged by Mahlers for the entertainment of its
patrons and guests, evening of Nov. "i!. A pair of theatre tickets will be fiiven
with every purchase of " to ffclW. nt this store, between now and above dute.
BROADWAY AT WARREN ST. NEW YORK - 5T? AV., BET. 27T? & 28?? St.
FULTON ST., AT FLATBUSH AV BROOKLYN - BROADWAY AT BEDfORCuAVL
TJ UNDER SAME W)NTROlaloWHER5HIPfsiNCE IMsVV m
O BO OBI.
this BOSTON lSJTBm OOVCM
1,1 V lutu-'t. with . 'Men uok tram-'.
"arvrrt haavy i-Ihw Int.
llalfUl ll'li unltnaa.
$3 "5a" $50
5 " 75
7.59 " 100
Write (or Our
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Apply Also '.a
Wttlchcstf r ( ooaly
WILL BE GIVEN AGAIN
$f .Ma Week
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