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OVMBi 2 8,
W YORK WORK
OF FIREBUGS TRUST
Criminal "Corporations" Have
Made toon I Business Ply
ing nig Dividends.
OF THE U. S. A.
It) ALBERT PAY SON TE RHINE.
Ihe Romance of a Young American's Adventures
in the Balkans and His Fight for
a Throne and a Girl.
iTentleiiien' Toll nine here for a settle
ment or your . Mi nit . rm the miin
to settle them all. sa I've Jiit esplBlnetl
t ni 'it hull It be? Devolution
BSd ruin, or prutMrity ami loial nlle
glgnrS to Mt .Majesty ' Spi al. Upl Pi
I BS) you ynnr tnonev or ln yon stay
les.i kreksf Xnw'n iiie lima to MI
SSOF, Last Ball for lha dlBtag cur
gentlerasn! Whlrii shall it tie?"
"Long llvi- the King ' wllej on
And lha Or hi taken nn.
Ral ol i'Ioii over" nrtlv uuiioii
Hawthorns "CoRM slnni: now, rvarr
hoily, anl ret youra:"
President. Mnrttn .f. Verlln; Recording
ratHi y. I'hnm.'ia J. Cunnlngfhafnl
Vina fecial (secretary, n. r. ToWm
TrsBSurer, Michael P. t'arolan: Chair
ii.an Judiciary t'o-n nlttee, Mor K. T.
Mr 'M-atnl. ' TtlomM f Hnrke, Upaj out
going Pre Id ant, saj i npllrnenti i w J t t
a pla a on the Judiciary Committee,
A resolution wag IjMMMt t andsTfwing the
policy of the lilaii Parliamentary partv
owler rhe lensteisMp of Julin Rwlrtiftt'l
nMi INSANE FROM INSOMNIA.
HE ENDS LIFE IN HIS BED.
J. B. Fagan's Successful Play, Now
Running in New York.
I o ..r'gM. ISI3
Titerr irt revsral Hla l j hsrs oorpof
atlnn In Nitt Vo U -tv. Thpy hava
baan at Mfi far month a rat I hava
atarlel IiiiihIi -.l tire. T rrc the
Ural nrgsnlr. .1 lnunl to curry on the
v...rk StOOg Hla hlit arson icing rtperatoi
In New Vnrtc. abOWl Ifftlvp yeair ttt.
U of thst fang went to rrrlson for iMIf
tei oi-atio' toi nr IWM It na tottf ytata.
geoutg seour all of OrMMT New Yo-k,
link, mr tor '"tnistwortlrjr"' elUgsjM whs
siauld HIM I" have flrea. accofnlng to
lor.ipmaiion .hrouilit to llfM through
the Investigations of Assistant Platrlot- . a wdnir.
Attorney Roy YW:ier ana nr
Trial If the -ltlien haa a Jen and a
Hat, a good refutation In Us oaotlon
..Li ..m.e.ns to nM from tha 'Tight''
. ... . v. . ,,m rnuntrv. ha eev tha r rm tfi
pan u. io - i ,.
rar4l the Jlrelmaa do the raart (ll Raa MM i aim
Of eourae tntwa ara m -
to be a,rrane.1. Tli ataata moat ta aet
IlllpWlf. nn.l allMo Wafly1 bavond
maatKn. Th flra nakara' oorporathm
!ll attaral t I OS " organlxra
f.r tliat purpoaa.
A iptihllr flrt tiantranoa aAJ itar a
fraa lanee ho haa no oiwaantlon wrth
: ;urnc .-ompanlex, alwaya la at tha
l ead eunl fretrl of aaoh particular air
: .kln? eorporatlon IU H it n1
aplrtt aid It! hralna Ha knowa In
a innoa law ha-kwajd and forward,
and ha haa enough of a amatterln- of
tha raat of tha ka-a- t anaftle htm to
1odca Ita niesmaa nnde- orellnarj- Hr-
Ahout him the adlu'fer haa ajatllawad
two othera from tU aine a act! on of tma
fathariand. rerrutpa l.ioy
toaether In Wai-aaw anyhow, tliay
know ona another an.l ono anothar'a
n.athtHla. Tho adjualar'a alVe ara tba
acout and tha "flaahar."
The aoout aeoVa tha rttlaan -who wmnta
a ftra Ha Inqulraa oareAiaVy Into tha
aatecedenta of aaoh proapaot If ona
happen hall from WramW, too, or
aherev. r the a'trut apent hla boyhood,
that hla feature In tilo faTor. Tlpa
ta ootna trw
a.mrraa A aaloon
i 'if World
tTftOtajM i mi.i t.PlN i CHAtTaMw'
Aot', ., iltn HaatSafM a -J'.nl Aa.
wlnt at MHt Oasu
aH I hbin, II .luri Itlakr
. . II......
i . '
N .. .f llo.e . I
MB aa an Attir-'rat. tlltl.alllloaatrt.
. naun anrt he I'i' l r ha tllH '
laaa iaJ..rp liaralai laal .lie i I'nn. r. Iftaa
nT.lt , i. r a . . - . Ill i.f u .
llawtle.raa i r:.. an . i enuttoa la a' I hnk M .nut
Klnf iiJl- Irma tliat 10a nmt " ae.
HnTo'Lua fr iii ma li for Li r lo u.te rjllwa
I ladhntr. .ital.r to tba taa and hefH'.
f. ao i pal houaa. h .t.neaata f'.i '
aaa of hy o.uotr . thmigu ah bataa la Ilia '
and loaaa llaathorne later lUrU.rna .il.f. '
r i Ma.la1ri I.. BIM aa a
HM Rai, irl... while tieKaiidtnf
'ha l'r;nie a m afttr..rd -anirlw a meeting
latOHaa lla'rltn.'ne .! Irma lie Inrilta I
tliopie ahy ttwae'in hlti. afal la put. hi la
Fir -niia. Ilawthm .a i.a'.e. lo the jn
ici '.irraa'.oa nitr. am a is
llawihor'.a natiea to the ilaa atwl
Klna ta.t tl mnaplratnra are fJMN m
IraTllna. He larria'lea BM Blat
'he aPit: '.ea tha aioh riali
Durlngt t!ie ntMM t weave moflthl lha
oneo dead .ijuntrv of Hnnov'na wn a
hoiiie.t of ghtiMMMj Mtrvlty. Itoilroodi
hroutrht anil rarrlad i.iniineioe. T.e
aa. .r- mineral aprlnaa, hy Judti'loui atl
vrrtiatnaT. won uorlil Aid.- fame. Toiii
lala and health-aaekara poured In o tha
cotintrv. Mint, BOnCttaion of various
only raatoii you kavan'l ol money la aorta ami rount.eaa Induatrlea Imped to
heiaua you'va ipahl more tlma on life. From bankruptcy aio.ic propar
ren.liitiona than on htilnaa That a Ity
ahal I'm here for to atari you cha.pa For the who: laOlve ItHMIthl there
on lha road to fortune Anybody won waa loll, toll and mora toll. Hut -here
doean I eera. to have a plump arad weia alwaya reautla. Anil the .antra of
needn't hotheV to llateji to me 'evetv activity, tha hrahi and driving
"Oonoral," ha n-ent on, olnallnc mil power of every venlitre wn An'hony
HopMloa aa the boyttoni of the revoln- Kamllton Haivthorne.
thin, "how'd you Ilk to hava a OtlOOO By tha nd of tha year proprll.v had
an. a henr.ln hnjray an I a . com. An. I an aunlvi raary ball a: the
All lha"d lie kin. I of ; cummer palaca alanalllad tha avent.
had. hey TOU, Mr. I fotelkeeper. how'd In Wthomt wa Iff morlna; factor,
you like to ha pOOpla floi klnf from all j lie had long alnca bcom tha Idol of
I OTOT Ihe arnrW to yollr hotel. Co you'd th Horrovinlana; even a hunarry anl
I have nnthliiK to .lo hut waar alotlKM I mala learn to lov the hand that fda
ii-il cnunt vonr lnn!na? Uow'd ll tham. Ilia a the wealth that had
you othera like to have ateaely Joba at atar 1 tha hall In motion. It wa th
i!.. i l pin and 1. 1 Imvo ilila loan . on- . ballot that" hi wealth wa bounllM,
' ne. tad hy railway with all th btr ctn. j erfcletl letctUd the people to rati' f-
in a-Taiii.wua with fat tocii .uj io iforta. Hawllmrna waa lookd . In
eacli crlila. and nvt" In vain. ill
ll rotation for Revenue
V WTHOHN n dtd not 1v
ground before tha anarry ad
vance of Mldlara and clvll
lana. II etood wtiera he waa
and grinned pleasantly Into
t'ie maaa of alowarlnc facea.
It la hard to ajriaok a man who atupldly
ref Rroa to h ecared and who (Tlno In
ateadi of cowerrlng or avn ataowlna fight.
And fSe mob pauaed an tnatact, lrreao
luta, oven a Irma, awtnJ th Amir
Ican'a dire peril, Involunpirlcy cried
The nam onuaad looks of sudden
curloua Intereat amona; tha aoewtln;
faoa-a. Nona df tha crowd but had heard
or road of thli American tVoaauc and of
hi auppoaeilly hoiindlnaa wealth. In
that bankrupt country th vary thought
of an much wealth waa awa-lnaplrlng.
IlAwirrome?" muttered Hohenlo In
"My friend. Mr Anthony Hamilton
Hawthorne of America." put In the
King, for on-e quick to sella th pcy
And now a wondering murmur ran
through tha croad.
"Hawthorne"' mumbled ana and u.
. , i other of the conaplratora. "Hawthorne
H th. nolghhixrhood tu r,cnMt man w g iswtborno.
,.f .hie Hundre.i ana x mm lain
t;-ottd avenue l a aort of otoartng
hmia "n the ub1ot Many flraesna.
Inir c, TPorvtlona oporata from tttara.
tmce tin acout haa alaad up tha pros
,.ct anl found him O. K. bo loaaa no
I ma in l.roaohlng tha matter. Tha
l to-pert may be making possibly U o
l. He probably has a flra-room flat,
I a rely fumlahed. If ho Is willing to aa
- mamt aa miiaWs
hla larea atwl penevuw bo
lor a few hundrad dollar lha ooout
gatfl rlKht oil tha Job.
Firet. there Is an ordr for more fur
niture on ihe tnitalmant ilan than an
Insurance polllry for tl.200 or H.W0 In a
reputable I outpany. The soout attanda
10 an thlaho van place the lnur
ajcM through a rwp-ttahle brokr.
It I probable tha prospect, now the
Inaured, haa a lck child. Anyhow, tho
child need lratmnt- Th acout de
cra It mother hall take It to aora
hla hoinltal with a free clinic at an
reuowa learnimr the couopn-'iitflng
habltt Hreak your he.irta. wouldn't II
Vnu rldler. how'd yotl Ilk all vour
ba-k pav handed to yog anil an gfl.
aorance thai ihere'll bfl no more ar
raaroT "VVall, I ten you ,;i lhf1 mags ar
poaalbl. in fad they're all dend ear;.
Ihey ro tlw. thlnga 1 came here to do.
M tha.v can't b don while vnu r run
ring aroimd In a circle, making a noli
lik throne arankera i hit out th
revolutlonlng and get en-' , What
the use of ahootlna n lal of ...rin.
good peopl and changing ona bum
o,er ior anotner? .Make Horrovlna a
real country, not a com'c oner ,. ,i
Now, than," he reaumeri. i.e, ,.r,i. .
to Blak, who ohedlenily uni forward
with tho suit caae, "gentlemen, hera'i
BW Bocratairy. Mr. Hoilnay fllake. Hero.
Hod, put tho strltcae on th .leak f
reallra what you people are thinking.
run rs ttilnWng: 'All thl Amcrh-nn
guy'B talk llwtana flnc rtut how are iva
gnlnir to make mom-v a-1'hoiit aoma
capital to atari on'." W ell, I hgpPong I
lo anflirlpaio that question. Her th
He opnd tho suit vae a he spoke
ami dUtplayad to th gurgling vc of
th revolutionist a closely wedged maaa
of gold and hank note. Carelessly he
rippled a think aheaf of notes. II Jingled
a rhlrg bag of gold and poured a gilt
taring yellow at ream of Ita contents
from ona hand to another.
"Pretty bad, hoy?" he observed, a
th onlookers stared with th eyoa of
fnmlahed dogs who behold a Juicy steak.
"Heal money. And enough of it to buv
a doicn senators. I understand th
army is In arrears of pav. Here's
enough oash to settle the hack salary
of svory officer in Borrovlna And I'll
mako that cash osttlomont, right hers
A buss of wondering Joy from th
uniformed contingent of tli crowd
broke In upon him. But he raised
his vote and continued:
"Work will bo started at one on
in on eiopment of your rna-ls th
tnerlcan mnm rlams. even hla fervid
Saw York slang, were faithfully Ins
tated In court and In city.
The anniversary ball was to b llaw
horn's last appearance In Borrovlna.
for, now that tha llttl country wns
firmlT on Its fet his work was done.
And he was going back next morning
Yet homesick a he had been 'or
his own land, he felt a queer Utile thrill
of sorrow ss, gtrolllnr Into the crumb
ling garden of the Summer l'nlaca be
tween dances, h chanced to not th
Building Superintendent SlinoS
Hirmrli After Vainly Seeking
Keliel From Sleeplessness.
diaries W. Far-la, and forty, super
intendent of a building at No '.'5 Will
iam street, ah. t hlnnelf to death at 10
o'clock IMg morning, while In bod In hi
apartments In tha Tryvllllsn apsrlmeni
notiae, .No. J: B.iat Seventeenth street.
According In Henry Carfienter, a cous
in of, th dead man. who h.ul been living
with Mag for th la, month. Fan I
had . en a victim of tnaiunula for the
last three years. He had often aald to
his cousin that h fared for klS reason.
Doctors anil ape ' allsta had been unable
to help him.
Frrls wm In !h habit of arising at
it o'clock avery morning end going down
town. Thl (limning, hi cousin says,
h decided not to got up, pleading
llines. Carpenter waa sitting In an ad
joining room ivhen h heard a shot tn
the badroom. He found his is'n lying
In bed with a revolver In Ills hand. Dr.
Caruso, who lives In thn house, pro
nounced the man dead. Carperrter waa
euro Ferris tiad no buMneaa trnubln
end declared he must have suddenly
Two Killed In Auto I part on
la i. Panl.
fTT PAUL, Nov. K. Howard .lamas,
director of purchases, and s B. Plech
ner, purohasing agent, of the Oreat
Northern Railway, were Instantly killed
yesterday when their automobile turned
over on a steep grade Mrs. Pleehner,
Miss James, daughter of Mr. James, and
Miss F.llzabth Mann escaped Injury.
old sundial. It brought back memories I A .llppcry road 1, said to have caused
For hy this tUia tha tela of II..
thornCa winnings had swellad to un
nellarsbl proportion, and hla noto
riety, In Borrovlna. had left Kocfeefel
ler' far behind. They stated at him
aa at a damtgod.
Tlead to mt you, gentleman."
aald Hawthorn, taking th King's an
nouncement aa an Introduction and
bowing with tiualnesalika nruaquenee
to the mob. "Now than. lta out out
tho marry rtparts and gat down to
bra tack-a You've n.m.n.Ml tfle Ige-
Jasty'a abdication. H has left It to ,1'U'K Ol a casino, the worldwide ad-
me to give you his answer. Well, gen- , reriising of your groat mineral aprlngs
tlemen, Itls Majssty and I have the Pvlng up of all your national
threshed out thl auhjaot pretty thor- resources. There will bo good work for
oughly. And we've decided to sign the
abdication and abandon tha throne."
A Sautter of quick approval ran
through tha crowd Tha King gasped
Irma sprang to her feet.
"Tes," hurried on Hawthorn, 'we're
getting out; gentlemen. But before the
and of a year you'll find you're made
th mlatake of your fair young Urea."
"Ton cannot pass Judgment on that,
sir,'' ss'd llohenloe, testily. "What can
hour when she will bs surs to sse a Know f Borrovlna' conditions and
ubrslclan. Instate ah gat a card : needs?
from him. The Insured, of route, will
h at work, and tha tlm card there
will be his alibi.
The stage Is all aet. tha ky of tha
flat under th mat In th hallway.
Untar the "blaser."
14 ta the "biaser'a" first appear no
on ties stair, but he haa atudled Its ot
Hot. from the other side of the foot
lights. H knows all tho entrances and
exits, and when he entara, armed with
kerosene, bensln or eom other Inflam
mable liquid, there 1 no tlm Inat. H
gay use a closet for starting his flra,
or he may liavs a new Idea on the sub
jsot But he starts a Are wthloh will
um- on of Hie kind calculated to make
an aarly-rlelng commuter green with
envy ami innJcek hsi getaway.
Ths tire gives th ad Justsr his cue. Be
is smooth and suave, his Is the most
I know mors about tham than you
tMnk. That' why I'm hare. Do yon
in. .iv what my business la" Making
money. Do you know why I cam here
and have ben kteplng under cover till
now? Almply because I aaw a corking
good chancs to put this country on Its
feat end. at tha am tlma. rake In a
few more millions for myself. You've
got one grand little ohanc hero to oloar
up a lot of fortunes And you're mak
ing toad-pie of that chano with your
silly all for ,i -quarter revolution. I
warn you, right here and now, hoys, If
you carry this thing any further I'm
going lo pack up, leave you flat broke,
and go home. Oss, but I could snake
a pot of money for all you guys If you
weren't so busy with this revolution.
And 1 guess vou could all stand having
a little cash."
i treat wealth can usually command
hearing, do can brasen aasuranwe. An
as enempioyen; money for th broke.
In short I'm going to put Borrovlna
on th map. in the mean time let's
dear up this matter of back pay. Gn.
Hohenlo, how much salary Is dus
'Seven thousand franca," answered
the general, sceaklnr like . men i a
Hawthorn with nimble fingers counted
out the aum and handed It to the be
wildered Hohenloe, talking rapidly to
the rest ss ho did so.
"Tss, gentlemen," aald ho, " all I've
told you can be realised. Bewmta.
oan be made a thriving, prosperous na
tion. BITT there's one stumbling block
ws must remove at the very outut.
And that stumbling block Is Prince
Vladlmsr. You're got to take Vladimir
out for walk and lose him. In other
words you're got to drive him out of
Borrovlna and keep him out. Other
else I quit cold."
"It la an outrag.r spluttsrsd Red
lsal, who had noted with dased horror
th auddsn shifting of his adored mas
tar g hopes of kingship and who now
found his roles for tho first Um. "I
toll you It la an outrage! I"
"It la," asaeatod Hawthorns. "But It
Isn't going to bo any longor. Iwr we're
going to send him packing, fltcp up.
that he had tried vainly to stifle
11 lounged over to the s indlal and
stood looking moodily down at It. Ills
heart was heavy. What he hsd don
for Borrovlna hs had don for th aas
of Princess Irma. He had saved her
father's thron and life. He had re
vived lha country she loved. And , ig
waa a far away from htm as ever. For
she was still a Hnygl Princess shanks
lo him. And he was an untitled
foreigner. And hy all rulea of royalty
he must make a roysl marriage. While
he must go away and he fogotten.
Hawthorne roused himself with a
start from hls'bltter reverie. The Prin
cess was coming down the steps from
the palace. She looked toward th sun
dial and her eyes met the American's
(To B Continued.
F.lreted Coaaty President at Bien
nial Convent Ion of the Order.
Th biennial convention of the Ancient
Order of Hibernian of New York
County was held In St. tlsbrlel's Hall,
Blast Thlrty-lxth street, yesterday.
Mora than right bundled delegates
wr present from the forty-four div
isions In New Yoiii County. All the
outgoing officers with the exception ol
Thomas V. Iturke. the County President,
offered themselves for re-election.
Thomas Kelly, ex-State Treasurer, wus
selected to head she administration
Mckst, which was overwhelmingly
Th followlne are th oHosyg elected
County President. TnomaH Kelly; V1ce-
TeeatT-fnnr Die In Mine.
PARIS, Nov. . Fire damip exploded
In g coal mine at Alals yesterday.
Twenty-four miners were tiled. Four
teen escaped. Twenty-one bodies have
EVERY WOMAN'S RIGHT
A tlrir. glowing complexion it no longer
exclusively the prerogative of youth.
You will be lurpriaed how quickly your
ikin will reipwd to a conscientious course of
V E L O G E N
Clogged pores are Heanied. linei are light
ened, and a general toning up of the ikin is
marked after a week's systematic use.
Unequalled for softening and beautifying
It doss not grease the clothing, grow hair,
nor clog th pore.
At your druggist's, In collapsible tubet 25c.
BRTTaW THAN COLD CRKAM. t'gRU
Tint SAXg WAY.
k"L ' -
eggtoa ' - - "BaJgVjh ' 1 ' .fcBwS - SB aeBl
The H-O Company. Buffdlo.N.Y. I
Mmkers of rrO.forcs'.iin'Prwsio.l
GIRLS LOSE TOO
Two Girls Tell How To
I'liere is nothing I list teaches grOfg
tliau experience. W therefore quote
from the letter, of two girls who suf
fered ami were restored lo health. The
siune remedy is within reach gf all.
Brooklyn, N. Y. "Prior tn taking
the first hntllr of l.yilin B I'inkham's ;
Vegetable Compound f suffered agony 1
every mnnlh, tint after your wonderful
medicine hail liren taken a ahile f felt a
little heller, sgiil after taking several Imt
lles of it I feel that 1 can truly say I
have no more pain or inconvenience.
"As I am out in the business world ss
a stenographer, I come in contact with
many girl, ami when the opportune mo
ment arrives I tell them about tho Vege
table Compound and I know that quite
a few are taking it." -HKI.KN CANKT, I
Another Girl's Experience.
Tishomingo, I Ik la. "I am a stenog- I
raphes anil bookkeeper, and l.vdia R,
I'inkham's Yegetft. I
ble Compound has
saved my life. I am I
enjoying the best of
health now, but I
was suffering from I
female troubles and
painful periods, and
would bare back
ache, headache and '
fainting spells. If
anv woman would
like to write to mr
1 will gladly answer her letter and tell
her what Lydia K I'inkham's Vegetable
Compound has dons tor me." Mrs.
PUT THE OTHEf
IN THE BANK.
Per 10c Bottle
it's worth a quarter
YOl WILL SAT go YOI HAKI.r.
OROCKM SELL IT.
C. Prltchard. Maker, 3.11 Sprint St., N. V.
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
WOMEN'S SIR HENRI SHOES. 3.S0 V .
. eta a ss ,mWSSm. . i i a
SIXTH AVE. 19? TO 20
rliflicuit role and th role which eU I thB bund of th two was enough to
the Money for th corporation. hois, th aonsptratora apslieound. Th
He calla upon th owner or in m0,t y giving ar to common wens,
wrecked flat. II wants to adjust his auddenly oassod to bs a mob. Haw
losses for him. Ha will do so If ths thorna knsw this) and ha wont sa ssors
owner will sign a contract employing pleasantly:
id in for tha purpose and giving him CO -Bur you could use oash. Tou'v
per cent, of the proceeds. Ths owner I gotten out of tho habit, bat you ooulfl
Is aghast -and probably obstinate. He ,00n gtt th hang of It again. Tho
hasn t nad a nra to gei ruy asi out oi
p. The Insurance laws allow an afl
1 tster but 8 per ent. of what he col
lects. The victim refuses to employ ths ad
juster The adjuster am ties ono more, r
marks the fir waa a auaplolous ons.
i hit n man was seen running away
: i :o tbg premtaea just bafors thablazu
was discovered, and, unless h Is . m
pkoysd at hla own terms, he will be
forced to tell tho police.
Itesult h gets the contraot
The rest is easy. Th Insurance com
pany may light for a while, but.rn-
rally It gives In In th and. paya the
full amount of tha policy, plus per
cent. Interest. Tha adjuster gts ths
check and probably he divides with
Wake Up! You
Make Your Stomseh Cheerfully Do
Its Work Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Dlgsst Your Food
and Assist ths Stomach.
rsopl who on . plain thar ar worn to
frarsls ar narlr alwaya drPPtl am
ar rerommenaail to use Stuart's Dyspepsia
: aloe's Tha atomaoh MIS laay. fawrt tar
(Jetting IJuMer of this kind Is th ints and aour. gas bales, up. thara
task !h Instrlot-Attorney's offlc has ar( aympioma of bloating lb blood b
taken upon itself just now. It may get ' rome thick na elugglab. lbs llvar Is
some i.r them soon. Mr. Waaler, who Is I blamed, tba bead I havr, tb mind a
ha n.ll iisr th cases. 1s hnnefnl "Issy. Shs blank nd ilia dlntna room I a chamber
Halt a Csatury
Painter," who right nam may be
1 sudor Stein. Iandore Rt1nkj-utxr. or
ne of several oth.- aliases, aelrnnw
Sgad a on of th best ,'hlsr" !n
the hiilns. Bxay ewufeS". "Ir.sy" fgvSSg
a term of twent-flv years in the
p. .i tantlary, having been COnrlctSd re
eenlli of irson. It has hean rportd
he tvlll "squesl" If he sees a chance to
avn'.l such an extended stay up Ihe
BVr Tin I'lati'lc -Attorney's office 'a
wal hlng hla altitude with Interest.
in th mean while "luvi" no. i it
he SPPsalSd Thl will give him an
sajatunlt to madltSts on the ndvan
tatfea of cs'-:iilng n quarter of s cn
rtirv nt Hln' slnir.
n All - Hiol nasoclHlea alao
On af th creataat ..is of our modern
life I. the quick lunch. To this evil, a
much or more, than any olbar, mar b.
t rated the preponderance of tba stomeAih
tumbles of our times, instead of taking
time to thoroughly maailcats lha food
kSfsrS SSrallOWlSg It. IgS ftvaraga psrsuu
rtlaaeg tbr.Msb Ilia SXSSl, bolting lb food,
daglutlMun taking place while It Is Sail
partially mixed with .alive, and ..my bar
maStlagtSd, thus laavlng tha stomach to 1
ino WOrg lh laeih ebould bsve dose.
Htuart'a Uapapala Tablala contain di
Sratli elsutabts, a alnsls grain being
Including inaata. eggs, sral. vagutablsa,
. ipabl Ol Ulgeailng a.uuu grains of food.
gtarehss and misers! matters, xbey c.
"las) nil - and aawociat aiao ljr svsri panioia ot Msg by it i p.
... I to bs Btsrastsd in hla mania digestion for ready abaorptlon and aa II
gttltudS H OSn have the proceeds slnillatlon by Iba lacteal glanda, wbl. h i 11
f ,,,, , ,.,; . f a hnodsomc .11;, no .nil !' " "'" h b....J, stilus It Is con- -1
rtalre" or a 'gntnd Ml I and ,, -ep. U.I ly T ! li
Every dturglst baa Stuart'a
tloll" to provide htm Willi future conn
set's fee. It la report BO, ir li ll only .Tablet, in steak and sells ihem
agi.c lo tight and not squeal. IsagM box.
At "The Linen Store"
Naturally "The Linen Store" is headquarters for
Chrigtmas Handkerchiefs. Our great stock includes
every- degirable kind. On our shelves and in our store
room is over $150,000 worth of pure linen Handker
chiefs imported from all the markets of the world for
this season's tTade. The collection includes:
Plain Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, also hand and
machine embroidered and lace trimmed Handkerchiefs
from Ireland, 12'c, 25c, 50c each and upward.
Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs from Switzer
land, 50c eacli and upward.
Madeira Handkerchiefs with the distinctive eyelet
work and scalloped edges, 50c each and upward.
Real Valenciennes I.ace-trlmmed Handkerchiefs
from Belgium, $1.00 up to $100 each.
Initial Handkerchiefs Ladies', 25c, 50c, 75c and
$1.00. Men's, 25c, 40c. 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 each.
James McCutchen & Co..
5th Ave. & 84th St..
Iff NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER-
A Great Event For Piano Buy ere
EVERY upright piano, plnycr-piano and grand piano in
cluded, nt prices that will be a revelation to prospective
buyers. Both new ami used instruments are included.
Don'l ytitj This Opportunity To
(jet lour ( hntlmai ftano'.l
TTrrel)ayt of .S'ne
Harinim Ifmrrrrd for Each Day
wsys. Wsters. Ncedhsms.
Emersons. Krsnich of Bach,
Hardman. Pesse. Sterling,
and 100 hundred other well
known makes In excellent
SO Days tree trial
In Your Own Home
Alter you sre sstisfied that
you have secured the best
piano values in New York,
lirain payments as low as
ONLY $1.00 A WEEK
Tuesday list includes!
1 Kimball. Upright sSO.OO
1 Wsters. Upright .00
1 Lindeman. Upright BS.00
1 Weber. Upright .00
1 Ln BSS a. --"g HI
Bsse - ' .-M
1 ID pvT'. .' ial bbbo
Tuesday's list inrludes:
1 Chicksring-. Upright SI00.00
I Fischer. Upright 05.00
1 Gsbler. Upright 89.00
I Weber. Upright 110.00
I Steinway. Upright 110.00
1 Haselton. Upright 09.00
I Emerson. Upright 05.00
I Wsters. Upright 05.00
1 Kimball. Upright 100.00
I Necdhsm. Upright 95.00
1 Pools. Upright 00.00
1 Anderson. Upright 110.00
1 Cable. Upright 09.00
1 Auerbach. Upright 199.00
I Auerbach. Upright 200.00
1 Auerbach, Upright. .
1 Schumann. Upright
1 Necdhsm. Upright..
1 Stcck Dsby Grand, Up't, 990.00
l Miller Bsby Grand. Up't. 590.00
1 Auerbsch Player Piano 989.00
1 Automatic. Upright.
I Pease, Upright
1 HartJman. Upright
1 Chickering. Upright
1 Diddle, Upright
1 Cook. Upright
1 Fischer. Upright
1 Brsdford. Upright
1 Hardman, Upright
1 Richmond, Upright
1 Schufcldt. Upright
1 Auerbach, Upright
219.00 i 1 Auerbach. Upright
is.. oo l Needham. Upright
1 Schumann. Upright
1 Ludwig. Upright
1 Schleicher V Sons. I pt.
And 177 others for Tuesday.
Wednesday s list inrludes:
1 It. M. Bent. Upright. .
1 Steinway, I priglit. .
1 Sterling. Upright. . .
1 Weser. Upright
1 Hsines, Upright
1 Gsbler. Upright
1 C nickering. Upright.
1 Emerson. Upright...
1 Swick. Upright
1 Krocgcr. Upright
1 Usuer. I priglit.
1 Kingsbury. Upright . 190.00
1 Wellington. Upright 99.00
1 Kranch f Bach. I priglit. 199.00
1 SmithsVBarnes. Upright, 229.00
1 Shumann, Upright 290.00
1 Shoninger, Upright 160.00
I Auerbsch, Upright 195.00
1 Cable-Nelson. Upright 229.00
1 Winterroth, Upright..
1 Auerbach. Upright....
1 Apollo Plsycr
Macy's Toy Exposition
On the Sixth Floor
Again the world our world- responds to the
bright, glad, caressing spirit of Christmas.
The sweet emotions it inspires are sincere
universal. Other legends may dim and fade,
but the traditions that cluster about the white,
bright brow of Santa Clans will thrill the
heart of humanity as long as little children
live to love and be loved.
Macy's responds to the sentiment of the day.
The festival spirit is supreme. Grandmothers,
aroused by the joyous babble of the little ones,
will glow again as they come here to buy Dolls
and Toys for their children's children, and they
will catch the spirit of happiness and feel once
more the tingling delight that 53 years ago
stirred their own souls, when their mothers
smuggled in .the mysterious bundles that
came from Macy's. Happiness like history
55,000 square feel devoted to the greatest
exhibition of Toys in the history of Macy's.
Plenty of room for all to see and buy in com
fort. Come soon and come often, and bring the
children with vou. '
R H. rWacy Jr. Ce.'a Attract Vans Ara Their Li tllsas
Herald Square aQF -road war. 24th to 35th SS
Lord & Taylor
V ictor- V ictrolas
(Fourth Floor) .
Adequate conveniences for Victrola and Record
demonstrations. All styles of Victor Instru
ments and every Victor Record. The new
Records on the 28th of each month.
$15.00, $25.00, $40.00, $50.00, $75.00,
$100.00, $150.00, $200.00 Sf $250.00
Arrangements may be made for special
Victor charge accounts.
Broadway & "20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
And Oi others for Wednesday.
You may use" any "f these instruments lor one year nnd then if yon are not
autre than MtUllsd ire Will sllow nil money paid to apply on any new
imio or nla wr-piauo in our warernoms
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO..STM AVE.. 19TH TO 20TH ST,'
,.,.... OP I ,
llrina this list with vou. It will ussist you in innl.nu' your selection
THE Sunday World's
Want Directory makes' a
more "Offers of Positions"
than any other two
mediums in the universe,.
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