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TH1 EVliNlHQ WOKJUD, JTKIDAT, NOV1MBIR It, Hit.
WILSON ASKS BRYAN
10 VISIT HIM AFTER
Win Consult the Commoner
and Other Loaders Before
HAMILTON. Ilrtmil. Nov 2.-Dur-M
th SOUfM of tk Thanksgiving Day
In' which ho ptijc fti a lurkry dlnnr, a
drlva. Ola ran J In a; of Kipling and a
thaatr party, 1'rvaiJtnt-alact Wood row
WUaon (aid posltlVSly that William J.
Brru woul.l not com to Bermuda to
oofar with him ar.d that no Cabinet
annanoamant would ba mad from hara.
ft baeam known, howavar, that Got.
had wrlttan air. Bryaan, Inviting
te a ooafaranca attar Mr. WUaon'a
to tka United Stataa. Tha
t-alat ivlahaa to oonaull him aa
rf Iha load are of tha party, and. U
MM, wlU tak oounaal with othar
at Damaxmta aa U hlj futura
dad that Banator-alaot Htlghaa
Jaraejr waa oomlBi to tha laland.
WUaoa aald laughingly: "If UUIy
trUa m talk pollUoa to ma bar,
hlaa wall aoouan U braak hu
AlttaamU Oot. WUsoa had aspaotad
M to without turxay, owing to hla dla
Sb tor thoao from oold atoraga. tha
W4 ag a fraab ona from United Stataa
Oaakiaa Oreana enabled the family to
Sato M thalr aottace In the Uma-hon-M
eaanner. Mr. WUaon waa a fueat
a Oeaaaal Oraane at a lunoheon at the
aWeauda Royal Tachl Club and In the
aeawiia. aa announoed, he and hla fajn
Wf war the gueata of Oov.-Oan. u al
ike, at the theatre, the play being a
auaaaaa ox LMOKanra "Our Mutual
WANT ROOSfYELT TO RUN I
FOR GOVERNOR IN 1914.
Bull Moose Leaders Plan Campaign
to Get Party in Second
In adrana of th gathering of the
faithful of th Bull Mooae party In Or
ahaatra Hall, Chloago, on Deo. 10, oomai
th rport that la. (era of th movamnt
are urging Theolore Itooaevelt to be
oandidate for Ouvarnor of New York
two years hence.
n the last week there have been
many conference at Sagamore Hill.
Among th vmtore have been Oeorge
W. Perkins, Senator Dixon, Hotohklae,
Prenderguat, Munaey and Amoa Plnohot.
While much of the dlacuaalon at thai
conferences has turnnd upon th oomlng
meeting at Chicago, ther ha been a
particularly keen discussion regarding
New York State. In ihla State alon.
out of all the State regarded aa Im
portant to the Progressiva party uo
ceai, did the Rooaevelt preatlge fall to
cm rv the party Into eeoond place and
thu glve It control of th election ma
chinery. In Nw Tork th atandlntr of tit aao
ond party 1 Mxad by th rot for Oov
arnor and aJrady th Progreealv laad
era r, hard at work atwklng a way to
baooro the oontendlng party four year
hanre To do thll they muat dfat a
Republican candidate for Oovaraor, and
Rooaevelt la looked upon a tha ataa
for the lob.
IN BELT LINE PURCHASE.
CbraeTl Thinks He Has Made at
Least That Amount for
Road's New Owners.
Charles Cornell of the law firm of
Daviea. Auanbach, Cornell Barry,
cured yaatarday that h had mad at
Meat (12,000 for hla ettanta In outbidding
Preatdent Theodore P. Shonta of the
laterborough for the Belt L.lne Hallroad,
and paying H.rs.OUO for tha property
Including electrlo car on Fifty-ninth
kUvt and S0 horaes aa th motive
pom r along tha two river fronta to tha
K peril employed by the bondholder
III their efforts to a;tve the property
rut I s physical value at 12,220.000, apart
fynra in undetermined value of It
taincM. The thirty-eight lot In
IDI I avantlf used for atatton and
- Ai-r alone uppralaed at 1600,000.
r'.i -' defaultli taxes, Hen and aa
ti amounting to about moo.ooo
i mt early next week by th
.vnen making the. total cost about
or 1117,000 less than the value
t on it.
it- Cornell declined yatrday to
Id nt fv the new iiTnprn. Auguat P.e.1-
tin'iii ,t;ii ih-iii ,n j. ii'iniu UlRrillimeil
Oy Inlrraat In the road. It waa aold
to i 1 if) i flrvl mortgii.Te for SI, 301, M0,
The bondholders hoping to aav the
gi partjf for themselves, applied to th
Public Servloe Cornmlawlon to lanue $1.
100 nm bon is and I.V10.000 atook. Ponding
a court hearing to determine the validity
of mich an lHiie t h road waa wild.
Time It! No Indigestion,
Gas or Sourness Five
It what you just ate Is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of Tearl,
refusing to digest, or you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food, or have
a feeling of dinines., heartburn, fulness,
nausea, bad taate in mouth and stom
ach, headache this is indigestion.
A full case of Pane's Diapepsin cost
only fifty cents and will thoroughly
cure your out-of-order stomach, and
leave sufficient about the house Id caae
some one else in the family may suffer
from stomach trouble or indlgatUoa.
Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on these fifty
cent cases; then you will understand
why dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must
go, and why they usually relieve sour,
out-of-order stomachs or indigestion in
five minutes. Diapepsin I harmless
and tastes like candy, though each do
oontains power sufficient to digest and
prepare for assimilation into tha blood
all the food you eat; beaidea It make
you go to the table with a healthy appa
tite;but what will pleaae you molt la
that you will feel that your stomach
and intestine are clean and trash, and
you will not need to resort to laxatives
or liver pill for biliousness or eonati
pntinn. This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them,
but you will be cranky about this
splendid stomach preparation, too, if
you ever try a little for indigestion or
gastritis or any other stomach misery.
Get some now. this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS.
The questions arurwarrsd Mow an mn1 to
atrtctav. th syoiptoau or dlissaoi are glroa
ad tbe answers will applj to 4W MM of
TLum wltshla further stffto (M Mr MV
Aims Dr. Lewi bas-r, ColloM Bid.. Otl
Uge -Ivlwuol 8u.. DartoA, 0.. Inoluelng mU
tiitmmi stamped envelope for fwolv. Fall
Qju&e smd tidtMl must bo fflven, tut only lav
ituis or ficUUoui OaUiM wfll m ueed flaj
Aiawwrm, To prewoxtpUona ou be flUed at
aoj well etocd drug iton. AAJ druggUt Ma
etdar oi wliuleaalef .
. "tftw" writes: 1 would Kko a m
a ptmUj, oflj akin. 1 suffer from ouq
patioa. lMdswne and tndlgeaUon."
Inm i Uet from rnar druggiat three nmln
tWpfaerb tatolete and taae aocoitling to duwo
ion. Tfteee taols: ax vtvaad in eeaied tubja
and oooialn full dlrctUi)c for uatug. 1 have
found them to bo the mtt reiiai'le in sucli
all menu aa arlao from oonetl.etlo:i. Tbr; are
DMde or suinaf cream uf tarur an.) hero
Mfdloioea ana if ukea regularlj will oure tout
coutlaUuu and uunf ih blood, thus caue
(ug jour skin to bevouit clr'ar. These aie flu
for oniidran. aa iliej do not slciso.
e e e
"Mai" Tttti can my eore four little
girl f irdwtttiiig oy lumug 1 or. of com,).
fluM ti. "" iftLauL u . urt i m ammaitr;
ih! 1 dreiD twv tare cuis, Mta
autl glf in etiT gOOW ua bujr ln-lurj an
Mtal, It) to 15 drops.
Doctor: "ilv Ho-wl. stouiarh nd bowels
are badly offerta), dug to the terr severe ''a-o
of L'surrh oi I lie ImmL t.an joii rCOIUUud
"!. K. H." Tuu ihMUafl tiae tht f.illowlng
local i.v gUbvat I Gal two OM. ol aUUi..tio
TiiBtiv v' l'r and nil... a i atarrli i n. ii bj
iiliiig 010 UMsiiOltlUl f tiio pOITOjgff w lilt noe
r-.i, ii uj laMilit" or igrtl and ,i. lm noe
cAu a-1 (01 -. ,', Aiito inufl fn;ii iti
-:... ,,t tli .n ,1 thn tbe in-Htiil. ful
is I To -; -tiAt l.ui''NMifti! of Man
UOWliT gdl A )int t taiiill Wettl'l It II I US!.'
two in torae UsiiM dgtljr. rot Iqtoflial treat
oi 1 fm " hl'Kkd, I t'ii h aril ...')
Wm lha 1 IJflWli ll . Ill ifgil Mix, kuM vt
aii i i,i. 4 ; Mttifit! fool llnieg a qg) ;
l'vaa. fit Isl imurt, 1 og. ; fluid rgtiaot
boy-lm, 1 og., a ') comp, nrrtlp arauarUla, 4
g g g
"fihadi." aaya: "I mil lar,1 th preerrlpMnn
fu sent m) for dandruff and lU'Iiing leglp,
will , i Kite arul ll again"
aioawer 'Picre Ig othtaM hotter for dan
trwff ami itching mhi ' '" i lalo jelluw
ktetni uliU'li la enld Ln 4 pa, la at atir w?Jl
tocked drug re 1 ae 1'ils e'rordlng ttt di
rwetloDs arul roq will b cured of ail die
eaaee af it.e balr and M alp.
"Nina TV writes: "incaae adrln me wtigt
to ik tn 0or0OMg fStforug tlitoneaa, Mr
arma and biut hie no 'tteMiineut and nij
iftee la ao thin r It la a--i . ; ltoaielj'.
althoogh mr fniiret art regular,"
newer : Man lallee w"tild be muoii
. Mare bMutlful If tlfT wsr oifirwlmt TmIiLt,
tM M 1:- -avard ir'.'H U l- "- II 1 1 1
tfwTj woman to b a: wars at Mr
Begin taking three grain ftvuoaaeUa
Ubleea, which ON obtained la eeeied eirtiN
wun daUwuLiona, aud utjuuoue until roux walgat
la aalaiaoton. Freq jewur ft two montoa'
treatmaut add lfi W oO pouada, bsaidee add
lag more color to the check and lay ftad ft
sparkle of health to th ee.
"atra. O." vrrltM:
i Hu.i.aasiu wblob TOO
aw.ak T., "Ikl' annia tlmai 4ii.''
aaawor: I iball be orjr glad to npeat the
formula Oot at the drug store the foMowtag
Ingredient and oil rouraalf. taking a tea
sLauouful at meal limes and at bediima: Iodide
of potaaalum, 3 drama, aodlum aalicylftto, 4
draois, wtn of colchioum, one-half of., comp.
eaaenoa cardtol. 1 oi. . comp. fluid balmwort,
1 os . and smip eareenerlila fl oh Thi Is my
favorite prescription for rliumtUBa,
Xmrloite" writes : "Some tlni ego yon an
ewered through your col inn na to iiag ' Ma Is
how to ciww had cough and cold. WlU joq
kindly MMJU the totaMMl
Answer: 1 ahall be terr glad to repeat the
formula for you. Oet from HOI IntffHl ft
2'i". parkago of -eaance men'bolaisiie end
mix w.th borvey or borne-made auger syrup
and takr icoording n dlrwtlins given on the
bottle. This Is a vry mlM lararlve asid wlU
iurtly nrre your cold In i few day at moat.
It la absolutely hamiiea ana vtj (usua
-Twl" writ; "1 have had thmnlo
dlcltl foT avtms tlmr, but I csnnot 00nent
to n onefation. My s-onir.h is la ft bad
condition also. Can you hip mef"
n-wer: The bee tterit!tk ond Mtlaaactnrv
treatment for you Is totwb trlopeptlne, whlt-h
l .-an get at any ewl to-Wtd drug IfOfO.
ttsgt ire iarkrt1 In arslr"' rajtoJbl wvti full
'rrc'nns for tftk'ng. 1 b'n rnaiiy oasM of
gfMdlrtiteg rould bg prevn'd If trlopap
tino w-i Mg4 rrgulftrly.
"Mm T." wrltMt 1 Tie hrn lob toe
omp time nd do rot MOTQ to be able to
a t in v thing to gl" oie itrotUrtlt, 1 wn nerv.
nus ar 1 'innot Urei. OtOlQ you MMMJM ft
ri TH aOtoal and norva tnaio I
biow -t Is made bv nilxl'tg fl as. avnin hyna
ihnsltee Stamp snd 1 Og, 1nrtrra rwwVwnona
inot -r lumnnt, fli by shaking well and
a)m before mealft. This U ft
fine tonir for old and young,
"X T. t " mvw: In th natt two ywa-a
t ha twv-orme an fat that I om my vaoeea
fnrtable. M-t and ivrrle do nog seem to do
inr good "
AnsMor: 1 retwlve dally lottorg from Ismv
Irods of Mteftfl MFPU wtu hT oeed take
-".! it trratinfutt IOJ r,.i , 1 jj ittslr weignt.
I advUe vntj to irurrlisa ( apsrwtalr an
a a antd sny lualfttllUtlMI Aromotlo allilr
.1 osj., ' srtMutn 1 o, Mil. ahaks woll
bffgM MtsaJ Take teaanooaf ul for the first,
hres dan '' rimr ovsls aad fbereatr
abo 'wo UwUftomwAdg ontil row ost too OMgoo.
ram wum to bo.
at 14th Street
Tomorrow we announce special values In
for Alisses and Girls
at prices much under those in most shops
9 There is no advantage in wadinj? through assortments that are ample
without being exclusive. Saks assortments have the distinction of being botsw
9 There Is no need to pay the prohibitive prices charged elsewhere when
they afford no corresponding superiority in workmanship or style over
apparel which is reasonably pricoa at Saks'.
4 And in support of the above two argument we submit for your consid
eration tomorrow the following special offerings, which afford you variety
of the moat exclusive character and values of the most substantial kind.
Misses' $40 Pur-trimmed
Suits at $25
Made of navy, black or brown dlag
ona! cheviots, in Empire cutaway
models, lined and Interlined with
Skinner satin to match. Collar and
cuffs of civet cat, nearseal, Australian
or skunk opossum.
Misses' $25 Astrachan
Coats at $16.50
Made of astrachan cloth, In full
length models, with plain or belted
backs and deep roll velvet collar and
airls' $9.75 School Coats
Pull length, button to neck, plain
tailored or Norfolk models, made of
ail wool cheviot and fancy tweeds,
lined throughout. Navy, cray
brown. 8 to 16 years.
Misses' $25 Dresses
Made of Imported eponge, men's
wear serge and fancy diagonal weaves.
In plain or fancy tailored models,
with collar and cuffs of contrasting
cloth, velvet or Persian silk. In
black and all colors.
Misses' $25 Chinchilla Coats
Pull length models of Imported chin
chilla. In navy, gray, brown and
black, with sealette, velvet or self
Girls' $15 Chinchilla Coats
Pull length button to neck belted
models, with large patch pockets.
Made of Imported chinchilla, in navy,
gray or brown, and lined throughout
with plaid worsted. 6 to 16 years.
$25 Girls' Plush Coats at $15
Pull length models of seal plush, lined throughout with Skinner .atin.
Fastens to the side with three immense silk ornaments. Sizes 8 to 16 years.
Tomorrow, Saturday, November 30th
offers you this opportunity
reduced from $25, $29.50 & $38
Q Th brii-fest. noHsiblfi drsr.rintion of this offerine is that It
all the representative models, materials and colorings of pre ant
4 We might furnish you with descriptive particulars, but It ts oar opinion
that the bare announcement of past and present figures will suffice.
4 The offering contains all sisee, but in many instances only one or two suit
of a kind are available, so that an early choice is obviously the wise one.
And this it your dress opportunity,
also scheduled for tomorrow
445 Women's Dresses
reduced far below original
cost of production
9 In anticipation of a big response to this announcement at the opening
of business tomorrow, we take this occasion to state that we cannot make
any promises as to the duration of this sale. It may last half a day.
It may last a whole day. It ought to be over by noon. On tbe face of
these values, it is for you yourself to determine the urgency of y our visit.
93 Charmeuso Dresses were 18.50 to 22.50 now 10.00
146 Charmeuso Dresses were 25.00 to 35.00 now 15.00
78 Charmeuso Drosses were 35.00 to 39.50 now 22.50
26 Velvet Dresses were 35.00 to 45.00 now 22.50
63 Scrgo Dresses were 18.00 to 22.50 now 10.00
39 Corduroy Dresses were 18.50 to 25.00 now 10.00
Regularly One Dollar
Think of the Christmas possibilities of
2,400 pairs of dollar silk hose at 59c.
There, are exactly one hundred dozen of white
stockings and the same number of black stockings.
They are made of a fine quality ingrain, lustrous silk,
full fashioned, with double tops and toes, and high
spliced heels. Some have silk tops, while others have
tops of lisle. All sizes from 8V to 10.
fl One of the really attractive silk stocking announce
ments of the present season, and whether for immediate
use or as Xmas gifts, the values in this sale tomorrow
are altogether too good for you to miss.
for Misses and Children
A sale at greatly reduced prices
confined to Friday and Saturday only
fl Every pair of shoes in this offering has been taken
from our regular stock and had to be standard quality
to get there in the first place. These liberal reductions,
being confined to today and tomorrow, you have just
two days in which to benefit by these economics.
Puttcn ircdels, in patent leather & gun metal
Sizes 6 to 8 were 2.00 reduced to 1.35
Sizes Yi to 11 were 2.50 reduced to 1.65
Sizes U V to 2 were 3.00 reduced to 1.95
Sizes 2Yi to lYi were 3.50 reduced to 2.35
High Cut Storm Boots
for Women and Misses
Ten calf, with buckle tops & waterproof soles
Women's sizes to 6 very special at 4.00
Misses' sizes 11 to 2 very special at 3.50
Garments which are Saks
ln quality and low In price
The young man who comes to Saks' with his
mother will some day come of his own accord
Boys' Overcoats special at $15.75
Made of heavy weight cheviot with plaid backs and Venetian
yokes. Belted models, with convertible collar, in brown,
Oxford and blue. Ages 13 to 18 years.
$10 Boys' Overcoats special at $7.95
Made of Shetland coatings, plaid liuiug and Venetian yokes.
Belted models, with convertible collars. Also, some coats mad
of heavy mixture cloths, with plaid backs. 10 to 17 years.
Boys' Overcoats special at $13.75
Full belted polo models, with patch pockets. Made of navy,
gray or brown all-wool chinchilla, with all wool check lining.
Beautifully tailored. Ages 8 to 12 years.
$9 Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats at $6.75
Double breasted models, made of all-wool chinchilla, and full
belted. Self collar buttoning close to neck. Flannel lined
throughout. Dark gray, navy blue and brown. 8 to Bye
that have all the stylo of hats
marked elsewhere at 16.80 to 20.00
a sale which is exclusive in what it
offers and popular in what it asks
fl All hats in this weekly offering are trimmed in oar
own workrooms. We could not otherwise offer you
anything like such values, for no trimmed hat makers
in this city could produce these hats for us even at
the price at which we produce them for you.
fl Of the styles in tomorrow's offering, we may say
that they embrace the most up-to-date effects in
vogue, with a prevalence of ostrich plumage in tbe
trimmings, and a predominance of black, brown and
taupe in the colors. Aa extensive selection of clever
designs, notable not alone for their representative
character, but most of all for the effective touches
which our designers have contrived to put into them.
$8 Boys' School Suits at $5.95
Made of all wool cheviots, in Norfolk and double breasted
models. A wide range of patterns in the assortment. It is
pretty certain that e can fit your boy jn one model or another.
$4 Boys' Sweater Coats at $2.85
Heavy worsted sweater coats, in all the newest colorings, and
made with rough neck collar. Ages 10 to 10 yean.
$3 Misses' Sweater Coats at $1.95
A coat model, made of all wool, with roll collar. In white,
Oxford, Cardinal and maroon. Ages B to 10 years.
Boys' Undergarments at 75c
Made of fine ribbed merino, gray in eolor. Separate shirt and
drawers, with silk taped neck. A very special value for Saturday.
sale of 3,000 pairs
there is no two clasp place glove
in New York the equal of this at
fl The woman who knows a good glove when sho sees
one will recognize this instantly us nn extraordinary
value. They came to us from one of the hbt Kuropenn
makers, ana were spoken for months ago, the order
being conditional upon our getting a special price.
fl Made of the finest German lambskin, in a medium
weight that is both stylish and correct. Heavy three
row embroidered back or Paris point hacks, A beau
tifully made glove, and soft as velvet, Tha assortment
embraces plain whites and blacks, white with black
embroidered backs, black with white embroidered backs,
and tan with white ititching, The best you oan buy,
for young men and younjfsters
at $15 to $23
Young men yearn to he older and
old men regret they ever grew up
VoiiTip man, keep JTOIMgi TsMft it nothing in liclnR
old. Old ''K nay be nnrsn ry. !ut it Is not beautiful.
To he young Is ' be a demigod (mump your Heninr. And
vlion you yearn to full fl. i raan, remember that
there are a tlioiiNund milliiinair-N who would trude tlirlr
money and their years for your youth bo quickly that
it would make your heud iwun,
J Krp young, and keep looking young, We rmn help
you on the second half of that advice, Sak garments
for young men are youthful to look at. They have eternal
youth In their lines. They are made for young men
between fourteen and twenty, and they have all the snap
and swing and style of a young man in nis teens.
fl Suits In soft rollar styles, mude In a variety of fahrlrs
and coloring, and tailored wit h quirk, creutivn touches
that Bisks for youthful stylet. Overcoats In a host of
falrrins, mostly belted back models, and cut on nervous,
energetic lines, Sizes 80 to 80,
for Women, Misses and Girls, at
great economies ln tomorrow's sale
fl A selection of the choicest furs in vogue this Fall, at
prices which afford you a greater margin of economy
than we have ever before been in a position to offer.
Block Russian Pony Coats, for Women and Minn 1 0 ft
Made In new full length models. Value 80.00 special at VW
French Seal Coats, far Women and Misses. Plain
full length models, or three-quarter models, with 7450
collars of chinchilla squirrel. Values 98.00 4k 100.00)
French Seal Coats, for Misses only. A superior
garment, made with collar and cuffs of ermine or 90.00
leopard. Slaes 14. 10 and 18 only. Value 128.00
Pur-llned Coat, for Women and Misses, The shells are made
of black or fancy mixed tweed cloth, lined with Hamster or
squirrel lock, and finished with large fur collars.
Values 38.00 88.00 73.00
special at 24.50 84.50 47.80
Girls' Natural Wild-Cat Coats, handsomely lined with bio.
caded satin. A beautiful garment. Slses fl, H, 10 and 11.
Value 45.00 to 60.00
special at 38.00 to 48.00
Look over these values ln
Fur Mulls and Neckpieces
Kind of Fur
Black or Blue Wolf. . ,
Pointed Siberian Wolf
Black Fox 14.50 & 24.50
Natural Raccoon 16.00 & 20.00
7.50 & 12.50
7.50 & 12.50
14.50 & IS. 00 14.00 & 17.50
12.50 & 19.50
9.00 & 14.50
Natural Skunk 27.50 & 39.50 27.50 & 39.00
Matched Pur Sets
Pointed Sitka Vox Sets , , , , 45.00 & 75.00
Natural Red Fox Sets 34.50 & 65.00
Real Scotch Aole Sets, ,,,, .45.00 and upwards
White Iceland Fox Sets, ,, , ,14.50
Caracul Sets,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 9,00