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THE EVENING WOfclD, TUBS DA T , NOVEMBER 26, 1912.
IN PRIVATE CAR ON
HIS WAYTO FRISCO
Owner of Giants Succumbs as
He's Being Rushed in
Search of Health.
WAS LONG A SUFFERER.
Only Partly Conscious When
Taken From Hotel Imperial
tr. vonnn. Mo . .-Th txvtv
af John T. Brush, owner of the Now
York National Baeaall flub,
who H1 early to-1y In hl private
car near Soeburiror. Mo., arrived hrra
this morning. In the rar torompanrlnc
the body wera two nurses, a valet and
a railroad man. Th body was for
warded to Indianapolis, where the 'u
neral will he held Thuraday or Friday
train the home of Mra. Harry Newton
Hempstead, the daughter of Mr. finish.
Mr. Brush, who wat seriously 111 from
locomotor ataxia when he left New ork
Sunday, Called rapidly on the trip. At
Indianapolis yeaterday the railroad com
pany considered drtachln- tlia baaeha.ll
mairnate'a private rar because of Ma
serious condition, but they decided to at
tempt to men him to the Pacific thiast.
The car waa here two houra laat nlfht
and a tank of oxygen waa placed in It
for emeTKency uee.
HARDLY CONSCIOUS WHEN HE
LEFT THIS CITY.
Whan Mr. Brush was placed In an
automobile at the Hotel Imperial flun
day nlaht and take.i to his private car
he waa hardly conscious, but his phyxl
clant thought h!s life might be pro
longed for a time If he could reach
California. The declalon to remove him
waa a laet resort, fur he waa known to
be In very critical condition.
Early In 1110 Mr. llru.h cams near
dying of the locomotor ataxia, which
Bnsll) did cauae his death, but he spent
the winter In Texas and was much Im
proved when he returned In time to see
the Olants capture the pennant.
Lately he had been unable to aee
friends and had been out of doors only
for an occasional automobile ride in
Central Park. Ills health became much
worse after an automobile accident laat
summer In which hie hip was broken.
He put the active direction of the
Olants' affairs In the handa of 11. M.
Hsmpetead, his son-in-law, some time
Co. and also m,j K. 11. JloCuichecn
seeretary and treasurer of tne club In
(ho place of J. I). O'Brien and John
Whalen. who. reape lively, had filled
those offices. Mr. Hempstead will be
the principal owner of the Olants as
result of Mr. Brush's death.
THE M-Y EAR-CAREER OF JOHN
Mr. Brush was alxiy-three yeara old
and a native of ('llntousvl)ls, N. Y.
His parents died when he waa about
four yeara old and he was cared for
by an uncle, a farmer. At the age of
twelve the boy went to work In a gen
oral atore. letter he became a clothing
store clerk and a member of the Arm
or Owen nxiey A Co.. clothiers, of
UUca. Hs opened clothing atorea at
Lsekpori and Truy, N. Y and then
want to Indianapolis, Ind., where he
established himself In the same busl
neas, becoming president of one of
tho largest clothing concerne In Indl-
FIFTYFEET IN AIR
Blast Causes Panic on Water
Street .is Workman's Crow
bar Strikes Electric Cable
A workman In the employ of th1
Consolidated Hubway 'ompany. remov
ing the outer covering of concrete ovei
an Bat SOB conduit ten ft below the
sidewalk, si Water and WhII streets,
to-day, accidentally forced a crowbar
point through Into the Incused cable
An eSjptoeton followed, not at the plscc
of contact, but almost a block hwsi.
which Mew two heavy manhole cover
fifty fret In air and broke hundreds pi
windows on both sides of Water atrM't
as far south as old Klip
By remarkably go.id fortune not a
pedestrian or any of the hundreds '
employeea In the many business turners
alung Wster street received a scratch
Tne city has been pultliiK hUrh pres
sure mains along Wall and Water
streets The Beaver Engineering and
Conti acting Company Is doing the work.
It engaged the Consolidated Hubway
Company to do pail ol the work, which
to-day was the removal of the concrete
and tlllna from the conduits, so room
could be made to place a water connec
tion between Wall and Water streets.
The workmen were working In a hole
near the corner of Wall and Water
streets. An Killson iower house, from
which the conduits lead, fronts on No.
100 Water stieet.
Shortly after o'clock, C. s Bwaney,
conn. i. -I with the wholeaale tea 'house
of Carter. Macy A Co. of No. log Water
street, was turning the corner of Wall
Into Water street. Ha notloed clouds
of dense, heavy smoke pouring out of
tile hols where several men were work
ing, and also observed that they walked
away. He dismissed the In f dent until
twenty minutes later, when, Ul his ef
fete, he heard a heavy rumbling; fol
lowed by a terrific explosion, which
nearly threw him from his rhalr. When
he, with hundreds of others along the
street, rushed to the sidewalk, he was
xix t.l with a deliiKo of shattered glass
t nit fell from hundreds of broken win
dows. Thl manhole covers dlrertly In front
of the Kdlron Building had been blown
ffty feet In (he air. cutting many elec.
trie light wires. They descended again
with such violence thai they cracked the
asphalt for llftv feet and broke Into
Men and women rushed, panic stricken,
fmm the houses. Acting ('apt. Ilogan of
the Old Hllp station, two blocks away,
heard the explosion and sent his re
serves to the scene. It was fifteen min
utes before order was established and
the men and women In the offices were
assured there wus no further danger.
"MY SEX HAS AW
BEEN DECEIVING YOURS,"
, He had a beautiful home In Indlan
apolla which he called "Lombardy," In
honor of his wife, who was Mlaa Klaie
Lsmbardy, an actress It waa In the
Indiana city that he became Interested
la baseball, acquiring the franchise of
the Indlanapolla team. He became a
figure In the haaeball world when hs
acquired a National League franchise
far that team.
HAIR THAT GIVliS PATUKR TIME
Wt art art sssef ss s LOOJf
People judge us. by tho way we LOOK.
The man or woman with grey balr it be
Inning to get in the "Old Timer's Clan."
This Twentieth Century doss NOT want
GREY hsi re-It wants the energy of Youth.
The lt thing, are being done by lb
There's a sort of "Has Been" look
about those "Grey Hairs." There ii always
one to criticise and trails scornfully.
Fstber Tims it a stern disciplinarian.
Gal the best of him. Giro him the laugh.
Oo not bee "Has Lcen." It's unnecessary.
Uu HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
It 00 tmd Ms ml Ormt Storm er tlntl sees rarWM
af prut mmi Jr. I,, 'j mmmr. Stmd Itt ftr trim!
tmU.-fUi Ut AenefesM t V. H ee.ri. N. J.
R. H. Macy Co.'s Attractions Are Their Low Pi-lose.
Herald Square mW Broadway. Sth ta UtH St.
CHOICEST THANKSGIVING TURKEYS
Weights from 8 to 18 Pounds
Fresh killed, dry picked,
and dry packed to our order
every bird In perfect con
dition. Strictly extra fancy Spring
stock, plump and prime.
Each and every bird selected from the best barnyards of Mary
land, Virginia and Ohio.
Macy's Turkeys are identical in quality with those sold in the
hiKli-priced retail markets.
This Turkey sale is typical of all other
jviacy sales in tnree respects:
1 Man's never sacrifices quality to make a low price.
2 Ptict jot this quality is Uruest-in-the-city.
i Macv's tius values in seasonable merchandise
Macy's (MM you special prues uktn you iiant the
Turkeys will be delivered to
the following points only:
Manhattan Battery to Pelham Ave. on the east; Battery to
rvingsoridge on the west
All of Staton Island.
New Jt8ay---From Bergen Point to Weehawken, Jersey' City and
All Brooklyn, including Coney Island and intermediate mints
rVilliamsburg, Greenpoint, Long Island City, Astoria and Long
Island to Hushing bridge.
Orders will betaken for delivery on any day preceding Thanks
giving Day. However, we regret that we are unable to send Tur
keys C. O. D., as the delay occasioned In cases where customers
are not at home renders Turkeys unsalable. ,-,,, H.or. S4h i.
But Hi Insists That Miss Ziikld
Disclose the Whereabouts
Of Those Gems.
MIk. linen MllM, hofld nf llir defnri I
Zlndel M iM'ifai Hiring Company, who
nlen.lrd firiit ti forgery In tlie wnnl
dafrat, fr'.ri iupptim Conn Jostles
lllarirhud to-day for senten-e. The
no'iian. who Is stout and nhout forty
yenvs old, ha been In the Toinhs since
lste In the summer, being unable In
riles ir,.nno hall.
Creditors complained thnt she had
"plrttcd away fl.W.tnn worth of propcty
anticipating hanki uplcj . The forged
notes were used to estnhllsh credit. Be
fore Justice Hlitnrhard several weeks
ago the prisoner pleaded for clemency
and the Justice appointed a refere0 to
hear evidence. The money obtained on
notee was accounted lof, but she had
bought several thousand dollars' worth
of gems wlrh are supposed to hsyn
been converted Into money. fbe was
silent aa to the disposition of these.
Justice Ulnrtohard said to-day that
he would not sentence the woman until
she had explained aliout the Jewels.
Her attorney suggested that It was
possible that a witness named ltrown
had not told the truth.
"That It true." said the Juatlce, "but
let us have the thing thoroughly In
vestigated. I have no doubt about
Hrown being a deceiver. My set has
been deceiving the other aex aim tier
days of Adam.
"We aJwaye have been at it. and I
have eympathj- for this lady, the tender
eat sympathy. Hut 1 must have a state
ment as to the disposition of the prop
erty hi question. H she decs not rare
tu .e , s'.atswsatit lit open court
she 'in make It to me privately. I will
gdjottrn sentencing the prismer for out
Miss Xlndel ttas n tortoise shell man-ula-
tuier and less.' of the twelve-story
building at No fourth avsnos. rVotn
Hrti'ir Of SI .1 STee It nlo- worked up to
one of 110,00 :i year, and tnen SUjCoeedtd
,i relative as liead o the uouogrin, H'.ie
was dftifig fm.tn worth ft liiialucsa a
MlSI Ktfldel wept bysterleally and was
SSOOrtsd from the eOUrtfOOin When her
case was a-Mln pogtponod, At the time
nlie pleaded fOf lieun m y ehe cried:
"I lime In en hounded and lied about.
Theft has been h noiiesrtsd aiteinp; to
Hut the remains silent as to the for
tune In getna.
WIVES AT ALIMONY FEAST.
The custom begun by Mitchell L
Frlanger when SherlfT of Inviting the
rrsldents of Ludlow Strati Jail to dim
With blin there on Th.uiksKlvIng will
be followed this year by flliSrlB Ilar-burt-er,
who will a"t as toastmaster.
Iht Sheriff said yesterday that If h
COUM Obtgln the addressee of the wives
of the Alimony "luh members he would
si n l Invitation! to them, ii s he thought
tuch meetings with their husbands
night lead to reconciliations
This la the rtclpt: t tvsn tsblespoons melts
lard, t tablespoons cold wster, 1 cup Presto,
pinch of sslt. Best up with spoon, set awsy
until stone cold. Roll out with as little Prssto
ss possible. Enough for one pis.
Be sure to get Presto Flour and make
your Thanksgiving dinner a wonder.
Recipes In and on svery package. v
The? H O Company Buffalo.N.Y.I
Makers of H O. rorce.rf; Prr-tto.l
.TSIS UIOItT MAKtPJ es MINI i
Iook In W.L.DoairltMi store
windows and ingrxM-t th vorv'
latest fanbtona: ulao tlit t'iinrvn-
tive styles, which have mnde V. I..
iDoatTlM shoes s honsehold word
cvory where. Hiioett in all leatlirnt. all 1
styles and shanea. to suit men in all
Walks of life. If Ton muld via it. W. I..
Douglas larm factories at Brorkton. Mass.
and see for yourself bow carefully W. L.
i Douglas shoes are made, you would then tin
srstand why they are warranted to fit better,
Hik better, hold tlielr aliane
, longer than any other make for the price
shape and wear
CAUTION ttSZXX mm the bsttsea. A
Tgg NO SUttSTITUTB.
' i Mf i sifiiiisi as KTnurv kv
' fr aaawwwbt wlwllbw
IN NEW YORK:
S Nassau hlrerl.
TsS Itraaaway, corner Nth at rest.
BSS llroadway, eor. 14th it. (I'nlon Sa)
IS49 llroad way, earner SSth "treat
1405 It roadway (Timet imi u are).
SS4 Third Avenue.
lSt Third Avenue.
ttOt Third Avenue, enrnerltoth Btree.
STTO Third Aee., bet. ltaih 147th Hta.
BsS Klghth A valine.
SOI Klghth A ...line.
wco neat isatk Hti
SSI r niton Street, corner Fee! Street.
700-710 llroad way. eorner Thornton St.
1SOT B roadway, corner Oatee Avenue.
418 Fifth Aeeane. earner 11th H trees.
1TT0 Pltkla Aeeane.
JKKMKV CITY t4 Newark ATOaas.
ITKWAKH ail Broad Street.
FATBRSOir-iM Market tt-.cor. (Ttartj
TRsTNTON tot B. State St..ear. Bread
asaesa. w" ('lse Evenings at 6 o'clock.
Sr ""S Ours tiatuedav. I mil in Is
At the Lowest Prices In All New York We Offer to Furnish Any
Room In Your House or Apartment for a Payment of II. Ola Week
845 Room Apartment
Outfits at $75, '125, 150.
This 2 - Inch
Spring and Mat
Free w ith each
Writ far our Nrw
hook I ici ronlftliilusr
our oulflta. mtiUrd
S. 1 ii
M u Imi: uu ( 1st in ft. ran ' -I If
1'tfUiie J'luiili. It
VAlsl T. HUn. Vi.
rirjIL This 2-ine!i Post
Spring and Mat
We Pay Freight and
Ol K 1 till It VI. 1 HI II.
II TstethlS aonlv also
to l.ons l.lanil. New
Jrrsev anil Connecllciit.
franklin Simon & Co.
Will Close Out Wednesday
164 Misses' Tailored Suits
All this season's models, of cheviots, diagonals, broadcloths,
mannish tweeds and English serge. 14 to 20 years.
Heretofore $29.50 to $49.50
85 Velvet and Corduroy Suits
Misses Suits of black, navy, brown or taupe velveteen or
corduroy; also copies of Paris models, in peau de
souris, broadcloths and diagonals. 14 to 20 years.
Heretofore $39.50 to $69.50
52 Misses' Fur Collar Tailored Suits
Russian semi-blouse tailored models, of navy or black diagonal
cheviot; collar of French mole or seal fur; silk lined, wool
interlined; new model skirt. 14 to 20 years.
96 Misses Serge Dresses
Of men's wear English serge, in navy, black or brown, braided
or satin trimmed models. 14 to 20 years.
Heretofore $16.50 to 2.J0
192 Afternoon and Evening Gowns
Evening Gowns for Misses, of crepe meteor and chiffon over
silk; Afternoon Gowns of velveteen, corduroy and
charmeuse. 14 to 20 years.
Heretofore $29.50 to $45.00
145 Girls Winter Coats
Highest grade Coats of imported broadcloth, velvet corduroy or
zibeiine, in navy, brown, rose, Copenhagen, tan or
black; majority silk lined. 6 to 16 years.
Heretofore $18.50 to $39.50
94 Misses Winter Coats
Of chinchilla, double faced vicuna, fleece cloth and heather
mixtures, majority silk lined. 14 to 20 years.
Heretofore $25.00 to $39.50
FIFTH A VE., 37th and 38tb Sts.
Lord & Taylor
IV omen !s Smart Dresses
for Afternoon, Street or Evening Wear
of Velvet, Charmeuse, Crepe Meteor Crepe de
Chine, Brocade, Chiffon and Lace
Very Special at
$27.50 & $35.00
Afternoon & Evening Coats
of Brocade Charmeuse, with Marabout Collar
and Cuffs, handsomely lined and interlined.
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
. Altaian & Cttn.
The DEPARTMENT OF DECORATIVE LACES
is showing an extensive assortment of
LACE CURTAINS, LACE PANELS,
AND BED SETS
at very interesting prices, among which are
the following IN REGULAR STOCK;
Marie Antoinette Lace Curtains,
per pair $3.90, 4.50, 5.75 and upward
Lacet Arab Curtains,
per pair $5.75, 6.75, 7.50 and upward
Cluny Lace Curtains,
per pair $2.75, 3.25, 4.00 and upward
Lace Panels, each $2.00, 2.50, 3.25 and up
Scrim Curtains, with borders of imitation filet
lace, per pair $1.35, 1.60, 2.00 and upward
A complete line of Novelty Curtains and Bed
Sets in muslins, nets and scrims, is being
shown at moderate prices.
2L Altaian & (Uu.
THE BRIC-A-BRAC DEPARTMENT
is showing a highly interesting collection of
articles appropriate for holiday gifts.
Mahogany Art Furniture, carved ivories,
clocks, photograph frames, electric lamps,
lamp and candle shades, smokers' neces
Also Marble Statuary, terra cotta jardinieres,
bronzes, fire screens, andirons, etc.
V. Altaian $t (Ed
are offering, at uncommonly large
reductions in prices,
Children's and Misses' Serge
Children's Tailor-made Suits
Misses' Coats and Evening:
I jntm Atmutr, 34th at 35$ fctmta, Hm $wlV
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