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THE VXVa W01LD, FEIDAT, MAT 9, 191
GOLD HUNTER BACK
J. S. Wilbur, Yankee Pioneer,
Says He Has Unearthed
Famed Spanish Claims.
IN COLOMBIA WILDS.
Life Down There Worse Than
Dante's Inferno Quinine
for a Steady Diet.
hf anothar on nonttantly okuinc it
and a hn whit man rom I Ion.,
thy m o roncntrat thlr fnroae
and rfrona tn mak him hit the hurdlaa.
VEGETATION SPROUTS LIKE THE
BEANSTALK IN JACK'S STORY.
"ttlon am to grow mora rap
idly thrr than any plan Hi o arl!i.
Talk about muahmoma, why I've aan
thlnaa Kroir almoat si I watt-had thr u.
And vry thirty daya I hava to aat tha
native to euttln doarn tha Jungl
about tha worklna or th sunllftit
would onn bo huldrn from ui.
"Hut I'm going hark tha flrat pari of
Jun. not SSSBSM I Ilk fvr or an
)ny na: chawod by Inaacia, but t..
r.i i" of HM wraith In thoaa old Span
Col. Wilbur had n narrow rnp In
(rttlnir nut of hla land of gold. Ha
RIWMFVi by SSSet down In AtfltO
Hlvrr. The flrat nlitht of hla journay
hla boat hit a half ii!uii.r1 Ior .ind
ih prortir. hla two natlvr and
his baxKnKo wrnt hmullong imo tha
rlr. Th- vlnnl and hla mn man
ad to get hold of tha ovarttirn-d doit
and rlunit to It for over an hour be
fore thv drifted npio!ta an "prrrliia;
In the JutiRle where thry muld atrurrla
aebore. The pre.tir epanl two daya
n In tha tropli: stream for hla De-
Col. John H Wilbur, veteran prospec
tor, who ha participated In mora avid
rush than he haa teal in hla life, ami
, that nieana a for th irilailed a- ker
of Khlorndos haa seen the tall 1 h of a
half OOMarf go llnimerlng down tha
corridor of time, arrived In New York
leatrrday afternoon aboard tha ateam
hlp Santa Maria of tlis t'nllH Trull
Line. The gold man la u:k from tha
w iltle of Colombia, whera he haa aaoured
claim on tha very ground that brought
wealth to the adventurer of Hpaln a
far bark a 10.
For two long, feverlah, Inaert-lnfeated
and nightniarlah year c.i Wilbur
Scoured the dense jungle uf tha Mouth
American country before he made hla
dlacovery and found fnrtuna at hla feet.
Tha doug-My proepector with a belt full
( nuggela and gold duet ha now re
turned to visit hi family In Chicago ft,r
two brief weeka, then to return to the
land of golden promise.
Col. Wilbur believe that he haa dis
covered the gold workings that made
Spanish galleoni ao aought after by the
cutthroat pirate ,f the olden daya. Col.
Wilbur a clalma are located along the
Atrato niver In the Choco District and
aar the town of (Julbdo The working
are about 3ou mllea Inland and la
country that would daunt moat while
WASHING GOLD "ROM SAME
DITCHES AS DID SPANISH DONS.
"It la placer gold of tha Unaat quality
that I have dlicov.red," said tha vet
ran proapector. "And my land are tha
am that the early Bpanlarda washed
for gold Ai a matter of fact, t am
using tha same ditches that were due
fee th dona almoat thra canturlaa ago.
Through these ditches I fetch the water
to wash the golden sand.
"I have dug; up many rellca of the
Spanish daya, auch aa picks and other
lapn tool. And a few days before 1 left
aa of the native workmen In ought to
light atael helmet or caau.ua auch aa
worn by the nghtlnc fpanlard ot
l daya. The Bpanlah miners simply
worked off the top of the land and mad
II neceaaary tor mo to link shafts and
"The gold runs between M and RO to
the cubic yard and li worth IU an
anc. If It were not for th fevera I
believe that tbla aactlon of Colombia
would be every bit aa wealthy In gold
' as the choicest districts of Alaska. Tha
oat objection Is that torolgnera are not
Hi niltted to purchaae land outright, but
atuat lease It from th native
The Choco district la no plae for
MM who hold Ufa too dsarly. Thar
you may contract all Ula fevera ever
, thought of and a few mors. I have
gulped go much qalnlne In th las- two
ysara that my rare ring llko cathedral
"And then there are the Insect. They
all htte and bits bard In that country.
! Insect haa a bite peculiar unto
Itself sad on that makea a white man
tfcjak of Dante a Inferno aa a haven of
)W. Why even the butt.-rllie bit la
that accursed country.
"All tha animate are thin almoat to
tpajMpareacy. That la becauae they
IN alwaya on tha run. Evary beaat
lonalng and rcued a email trunk.
Col. Wilbur le stopping at the Park
Avenue Hotel for a day or two.
NEW YORK CLAIRVOYANT
RING GOT MILLION HERE.
CHICAGO. May I. a State a Attorney
Ma. i. Hoyne ha returned to Chi
oago to tell of hla Investigation of th
o-called ' ctslrvoyanta' trust"
Tha prosecutor doclarod that th clair
voyant ring, which has been operating
In Chicago for eighteen month, cam
here from Now York, Wtiire It rwlndlod
victims out f H.oon.ooo.
Iloyn left the city aevaral daya agio
with Joe;h M Ityan, allaa I'rnf. Chart
, T. Crane, a clairvoyant who was brought
I here from I.uik, Wyo., charged with ,
' swindling. He an the prisoner visited
A i i . I u . n Ana Imllan. mrA HiMn r- i -
him valuable Information.
Mllrhel on Hump Tn-XIhl.
.tohn Furroy Mitch; will deliver an
rtilres to the member of the Proarei
elve club of the Thirty-fourth Aaaem
hly niRtrlet at their clubhouee. No. 1191
UoetSW floail. near McKlnlev stnuare, at
It o'clock to-night. Two houra later ho
will talk beforn the Cleveland Demo
cratic 'I uh In It clubhouse, No. !).H
Madlaou avenue. County Clerk Schnei
der will preside at tht meeting, lloth
eirganlxatlnnx are In favor of Mr. Mll
rhel as Fusion candidate for Mayor.
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now all drug stores recommend it
apply a little as directed and within ten
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incomparable gloss and lustre, and try
as you will you cannot find a trace of
dandruff or falling hair; hut your ml
surprise will be after about two weeks'
use, when you will see new hair tine ami
downy lit first yes but really new hair
sprouting out all over your calp
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hair grower: destroyer of dandruff and
cure for itchy scalp, and it never fail
to slop falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty and
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with a little Danilerinr and carefully
draw it through your hair taking one
small strand at a time. Your hair will
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l as ssaagi saw gsaaaga
m You now wear a Coat Shirt
why not a Coat Union Suit?
OLUS is Coat Cutopmu alf
tha way down the leg.
OLUS haa Ckd Crotch
no flaps, only one thick
i of material
rUaUAfkOfts 1 1
OLUS has Closed Back
perfect fit from shoulder
rMos $1 JOO n wards.
Write for haikht;
r DtmUn, Wkwte.
I , Thirty-fourth Street Wait
Clearance Sale Extraordinary Reductions 3D FLOOR
x About One Half Regular Prices
1.400 TAILORED SUITS AND COATS -2D floor
Women's Suit (32 to 44) $21.00 $26.00 $29.50 $34.1
Mbses Suits (14 to 20) . . I8.0i) 22.00 26.50 2Q.S0
Clrb' CosU (4 to 16) . . 5.00 8.00 11.00 14.00
MImc' Costs (14 to 20) . . 14.00 18.00 22.50 26.50
500 SILK DRESSES-3d floor
$15.00 $18.00 $24.50
850 WAISTS AND BLOUSES
Cftpe de Chine Waists--White. Black. Nsvy , $5.00 $7.50 $9.75
0 . Shadow Lace and Net Blouses .... 5.75 6.95 8.75
China and Jap Silk Waists 3.95 4.75 6.50
Crepe and Batiste Waists 2.50 3.75 4.95
22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th St. West
FUR STORAGE Remodelling and Repairing- Phone 6100 Greeley.
Jranhlm Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
frannltn Simon & CO. direct attention to complete Graduation, Com
mencement and Class Day Outfits for Misses and Girls. Dresses of
Voile, Batiste, Net, Lace or Silk; Gloves, Shoes, Hosiery, French and
Parfsit Lingerie, Corsets, Handkerchiefs and all accessories.
Misses' Graduation and Class Day Dresses ,
ModeU From Our Own Workroom
Of fine shadow Isce or net, French cotton voile or crepe, silk crepe
meteor, crepe de chine and brocade. 14 to 20 yean.
18.50 29.50 39.50
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
Misses and Girls' Dresses
Misses Summer Dresses
Of striped or Dolly Varden voile, collar, cuffs and trill of white hemttiiched voile,
or voile collari with hand embroidery and lace. 14 to 20 years. Value SS.7S
Misses' Linen Coat Dresses
Exclusive modeli, of Imported Ramie linen, coal effeci, la white, taa,
Copenhagen, rote or leather; leather bell. 14 to 20 yeara. Value 114.50
Misses' Graduation Dresses
Two exclusive models; one of French voile with lucked net vestee, bodice hand em
broidered; entire dress trimmed with Ventselare insertions; wide ribbon sash; the
other model ot battels, band embroidered, trimmed with princess lace; net tunic,
wide novelty silk girdle. 1 4 to 20 yean. Value 130.00
Girls' Beach Dresses (with detachable bloomers)
Of striped crinkled seersucker, in plain blue or tan, trimmed with plain chembray ;
also chambray dresses la pink, blue or tsn, hand embroidered; including separate
bloomers to match. 4 to 12 years. Varae $4.75
Girls' White Voile Dresses
Of white washable voile, bead embroidered, Insertions and medallions of Cluay Isee,
sarin ribbon rosettes. to IS years. Value $7.50
Girls' White Voile Dresses
Dressy models of white French voile and batiste, hand embroidsred and
trimmed with filet, cluay or real Irish lacs. to 15 years. Value $15.75
Misses' Coats New Models
Misses' Worumbo Chinchilla Sport Coats
Ot genuine Worumbo Chinchilla; convertible collar model; Mandarin sleeves, wide
dstachsbie bel t, patch pockets and large whits Ivorine buttons. Colors: White, hun
ter's green, ysHow, Neil rose, leather or navy. 14 to 20 years. Value $29.00
Misses' Hand Woven Eponge Sport Coats
Of hand woven wool eponge, Raglan sleeves, bresst patch pocket, lined throughout
colors: bisck. wnite, goit rea, nun tor s
with rich soft silk to match.
taupe, leather or aavy.
14 to 20 years.
Misses' Draped Silk Wraps
Of moire, faille or chsrmsuse silk In black, aavy, taupe or Copenhagen,
heed with rick silk to match or contrasting cetera. 14 to 20 years.
WILL CLOSE OUT SATURDAY
, Nell roae.
Misses' Tailored Suits
Dressy tailored Russian blouse or plain tailored models of wool eponge, Q CA
English serge, black aad while checks aad maanish fabrics. 1 O.J5U
14 to 80 years. Heretofore $29.50 to $40.50
Misses' Silk Suits
Coatee of Paris tailored models of moire faille silk, silk poplin, ckarmeuse ij cn
and Bengaliae silk. 14 le 20 yeara. Z J.O)
Heretofore $30.10 to $50.00
Dressy models el aavy English serge, shepherd checks aad Scotch tweeds
e to is years.
Heretofore $0.75 to $16.50
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
Misses' and Girls' Summer Shoes
Oxford, Pump and High Shoe
Of white nubuck or canvas, tsn or alack Ruaala calf, also patent leather. Comfortable
fitting lasts, hand welted soles. Girls sixes 11 to 2. Misses' sizes 2H to 0.
2.95 Regular Price, $1.00
SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
Boys' English Norfolk Suits
With Two Pair ot Knickerbocker
New English models of navy blue serge, tan or gray, homespun,
Scotch tweed or cheviots; strictly hand-tailored, sizes 7 to 18 years.
Regular Price, $12.60
Boys' Washable Norfolk Suits
With Two Pair of Knickerbocker
English Norfolk model of tan linen crash, olive or tan army khaki;
also white duck. 7 to 17 years.
3.75 Regular Price, $6.00
I TTUea Q,,e,w,YJJ
x ii w wuiiuay vy ux iu 9
makes more ' ' Offers
ot Poaitions" than any
other two mediums
la the universe.
3. Altttum $c (&al
Women's Tailor-made Suits
in the latest models and materials
Special values at $25.00 & 35.00
An Important Sale off Women's
American-made Muslin Underweai
is now in course off preparation
and will shortly be held.
S. Altaian St (Ha.
win place on Special Sale to-morrow
SeveraQ Thousand Yards off
Desirable Dress Silks
including the following:, at unusual
concessions from regular prices.
Imported Dress Silks, 32 to 42 inches
wide, regular prices $3.50 to 4.50 per
yard at $1.75
Imported Crepes in evening shades, 36
inches wide, regular price $3.00 per
yard at $1.25
Checked Dress Taffetas. 36 inches wide,
regular price $2.25 per yard at 90c.
White WashableEiabutai 27 inches wide
regular price $1.00 per yard at 60c.
Imported Fancy Taffetas, 19 inches wide,
regular prices 75c. to $1.25 yd., at 48c.
Sold in Dress Lengths Only.
Special Sales will be continued
to-morrow (Saturday) off Misses'
and Small Women's Tailor-made
Suits at $15.00, 19.50 & 22.00
And Boys' Washable Norfolk
Suits& Youths' Outing Trousers
A Sale off Stationery
for to-morrow (Saturday) will offer ex
ceptionally good value in
Large Cabinets containing 4 quires of
writing paper and I quire of correspond
ence cards, fine fabric finish, with en
velopes to match ... at 75c.
Also at Special Prices, a variety of
Leather Novelties, including Visiting
Lists, Motor Records and Note Books,
At Home Books, Telephone Pads and
Registers, Shopping Lists, etc.
1. Altaian Sc M
have ready for the Summer season a
very large assortment of
of reliable makes, especially suitable for
use in Country Homes, etc. These Rugs
are marked at the lowest prices consist
ent with superior quality. Inspection
and comparison are invited.
A Special Offering for to-morrow (Saturday)
will consist of
American Wilton Rugs
sizes 8.3x10.6 and 9x12 feet, at $25.00
Heretofore $35.00 & 38.50
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