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J MilES fOR a lOVE
t1 Ostensibly to Gain Health but
Really to See Sweetheart
1 George Worth Makes Trip
from Rockies to Philadelphia
Poll In Love with Miss Nora Stabler
Rich and Handsome but His
Father a MultiMillionaire Ob
jects to the Match
There Is a romantic reason for the re
markable horseback ride which young
George S Worth Is making from tho
foothills of the Rockies to Phllidclnhla I
y Ostensibly he Is making the venture In
U search of health and at the advice of
i his physician nut heartaches and not
j bodily pain are probably the real cause
ascribed to the long heroic journey
from the far West Young Worth It
might be argued could have come by
train but a train ride to the East might
have aroused suspicion so prompted by
love and In the guise of a man seeking
health he has eet forth to meet his In
amorata In thu East
The young horseman Is the son of W
P Worth the multimillionaire steel
min of Coatesvllle Ia who Is promi
nent In Philadelphia as a clubman and
manufacturer Young Worth Is a re
I cent graduate of Swarthmore College
It was while he was a student there
that he met Miss Nora Stabler daughter
of Mr and Mrs John B Stabler of
Sandy Spring MJ wealthy In her own
right and handsome Sues Stabler was
I then and Is still a student at Stvarth
IX more She Is a cousin of George H
h Brooke a famous Pennsylvania football
i player She Is a member of this years
i senior class and holds mnny honorary
1 positions In her class organizations She
I Is also Identified prominently with tne
i various social and literary societies al
I Bwarthmore
After he left college young Worth
managed to meet her chandestlnely The
young couple became engaged Worth
f fell 111 and his physician ordered him to
the health gtving clime of tho West It
Is declared that the suggestion of the
i physician found Immediate favor In the
eyes of the parents of young Worth who
had been Informed of the relationship
b latlng between their son and Miss
Stabler Four months roughing It In
health and strength
1 the West Imparted health and strength
to the young man
a lie sought to return home but was
urged by his parents to remain In the
Western country lie feared to gainsay
the paternal dictum outright and finally
resorted to strategy He took his West
ft ern Dtuslclan Into his confidence The
M D was a wise man He knew that
no sort of drugs or clime could cure a
I loveafftlctcd heart He suggested a
J long horseback ride The young man
took the prescription In the abstract He
started for Philadelphia from the foot
hills of the Rockies on a stout muscled
pony and Is pegging eastward at a thirty
mile a day fall He may reach Phila
delphla before Chrlstmu Day Ill
friends feel no anxiety for his safety as
he Is a fearless rider and an athlete
I Young Worth la well known In Phila
delphia society He Is amembcr or the
Phi Kappa S Pel fraternity and the Uni
versity Club of Philadelphia Miss Stab
ler Is a brunette with jet black hair and
yes and rosy checks She Is nineteen
years of age Her sweetheart who If
all fares well may meet her on Christ
mas Day Is but twentyone
Pleaded to De Relented When Ar
rested for Speeding Auto
t j e If my father heard of this he would
take the machine away from me wa
the plea for release made by a young
man to Bicycle Policeman Kerrigan
when arrested for speeding his auto
t But the POlIc man was obdurate and
took him to the stationhouse There
a I he gave his name as Irving Blooming
dale No 21 East Sixtythird street He
w s arrested at Seventyfifth street and
Central Park West for speeding his ma
chine at over fifteen miles an hour
Lyman Q Bloomlngdajo balled out the
11 young man before he was sent to a cell
Contracted n Severe Cold During
IIio Iteccnt Onmpalun
Judge Alfred Stekler Is In Lakewood
N J having adjourned Part IV of the
Supreme Court because of a severe cold
contracted during the campaign He
< < Ave up his duties upon the advice of
his physicians Judge Steckler Is stop
f ping at the Lakewood Hotel with his
brother Charles Stockier and said last
night that he would be well enough to
t be In court agaJn next week
I Sherlock Holmes Opinion
> I Sir William nillrtte fir of Ortnsclne Powderi >
Wonderful remedy The only certain headiee
cur with perm + nenlly good after effects
> t I
MPcJ 3Z3 ff
II Hundreds of Passengers Spent
Sleepless Night Anchored in
Middle of Stream
The heavist fog of the season set
tled over the Hudson River Valley last
night and did not lift until 8 oclock
this morning As a result all night boats
on the river were from six to eight
hours late
Navigation was exceptionally danger
ous It being Impossible to see more
than a few feet ahead of the bows
Most of the big steamers would not
take chances and dropped their anchors
Hundreds of passengers who had left
New York last night for upriver polnU
wore stalled In the middle of the river
as the fog fell so quickly and so
densely that the river pilots would not
oven take chances on finding the near
est landing
A few of the smaller craft of tho river
felt their way about cautiously but all
traffic of any consequence wu tied up
Lights were of no eervlco but belle and
foghorns were In constant use These
knpt the clouded river awake all night
and the passengers on the boats got
little sleep
Child Drew Rnbber Nozzle Daok
Into II Throat
Special to The ETintof World
Coroner Banning attar making anIn
vestigation Issued a burial permit In
the case of the peculiar choking to
death of the Infant of Mr and Mrs
Jacob Hoffman The mother crave the
child Its bottle and then left it In the
room with several other children Borne
time elapsed before the mother returned
to the room to nnd It dead
She immediately sent for Dr Thames
and when he examined the little one he
Found that In taking nourishment from
Its bottle It had drawn the rubber nozzle
so far back Into Its throat that it had
choked to death
Flume Do Grrnt Damage at Mon 1
anicnhela 1n
block and a half of property was de
stroyed several persons had narrow ts
oapee from death and J123000 worth of
damage done by a fire which started on
Main street In the business section of
this city shortly before midnight and
burned until oclock this morning
A number of fitnllles ho were ren
dered homeless lost their clothing and
barely escaped with their lives
Persian Town Wiped Out with
Great Los of Life
famous trading town of Resht Persia I
irui been burned
It Is known that 200 persons per
shed and It Is believed that many more
have lost their lives
Many warehouses containing valuable
store were destroyed
Woman Sacrifices Costly Paris
Dress to Save Her Apartment
from Destruction
Mrs James Kernnn a society woman
of No 100 Dergen avenue Jersey City
destroyed a handsome Imported silk re
ception gown In her efforts to prevent
the spreading of a fire that broke out
In her apartments
Mr and Mrs Iernan had just re
turned from a reception While remov
ing her wrap Mrs Kernnn knocked the
lace curtain of her bedroom window
against a lighted gas jet Immediately
there was a blaze
Mrs Kernan screamed and her hus
band ran to sound a firealarm While I
Mr Kernan was out his wife rushed to
a closet and taking out a costly Pa
risian gown threw It on the lace cur
taIn to put out the flames She sue
seeded but the dress was destroyed
I Would Die of Consumption
After returning from a consumptive cli
mate where I had been sent by my doctor
I was discouraged and heartbroken becuuso
I returned much worse than when I wont
awayThr physician gate Ins up They ad
mitted that they could not help me My
friends all knew that I had consumption
was they looked ffo around more shad I
was dragging myself around more dtad than
I coughed Incessantly and raised great
Quantities was dally getting short r tle was losing breath In
weight and strength every day I had night
sweats and rhllls and fever which proved
that my family doctor was correct In his
diagnosis of my case My own people had
about given me up to die
t wasln thIs condition that I applied
to the Koch Lung Cure at 48 West 22d St
New York I began to breathe those heal
ing olla medicated with the Koch Tuber
cullne Into my lungs and I began to Im I
prove yet I could not at that time believe
that I would get well
My strength and flesh gradually re I
turned to me my cough was entirely cured
and nil of my bad symptoms dlsappeired
and although Ib was In oom third laege of
consumption I have been cured I
My father and ray mother ray wife and
my neighbors and friends will tell you that j
the above statement Is true I rou glad
to prove It to any one who will call upon
me at my home 242 Lynch St Brooklyn
I have now remained cured for nearly
two years and I am sure that my cure Is
permanent 1
Sworn to before B II Van Scbalck
Commissioner of Deeds December let 1900
at the time I was cured
242 Lynch St Drooklyn N Y i 1
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A MILLION nAPPY j MraiOAN CHILDREN are kept healthy with OASOABET3 Candy I
Cathartic Good word opokon by their mamas for OASOARETS to othor mama havo mado
OASCARrrra tmcoeoatfal until tho oalo now is nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH Why do J
llttlo folks liko OASC1RETQ 1 Eocauco they aro a owpot palatable fragrant little tablot i
recto cood do good nover grip nor jrlpo but act gently naturally positively Modlolao that 1
lit child dlalikoa will fiot do It much cccd Eonnlblo parents clvo thoir Httlo Carllnsa ifcodlclno f
that taotaa good an1 dooa good and dooa not trip nor cripoj the kind they Hko thcmnolvca f
Ohlldron ajo clvrr 70 roady to tako OASOAHETS TEE PERFECT HOME nDlCINB ask for f
7 throat and aro kopt healthy alwayo and cola aralnnt tho dangers of chlidhoode cUm or bJ
Best for tho Eorol3 All druscints lOe 20o CCo LEVER SOLD IN BULK Tho conuisio
tablet stamped ci C C Guaranteed to ouro or money baok Bamplo and boolclot roa Addrons
Stoning Remcd Co Chicago or Now YOrk >
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I iMtOStfflrf
Ferry Houses and Slips of the
Southern Pacific Destroyed
Early This Morning
Southern Pacific depot and terry ellp at
the end of the Alameda Mole hlah ex
tends far Into tho bay from the eastern
shore was totally destroyed by fire early
today A large number of passenger
coaches were also burned and It Is altl
that several lives have been lost
The burning slips were Inaccessible
for fireenulncfl from the Alameda
County shore but two nieboats wore
despatched to the scene from this city
and succeeded In confining the llamea to
the end of the Mole Nothing else could
be done however and everything on
the broad extension of the pier was
noon totally destroyed
The depot waR constructed on fllled
In ground studded by piles and woes
Used ne nn approach for the Oakland
nnd Alameda train The cars In lisa
on the linn arc of the most Improved
pattern During the last year the
Houthern Pacific has expended many
thousands of dollars In repairing the
ROARlNG t < OR t t
Big Bad Man from Middletown
Conn Is Tamed by a Single
Roaring mil Kennedy of Middle
town Conn was as mild a man as ever
faced Sergeant Murphy at tho Elizabeth I
street police station He laid his name i
was William Kennedy In a meek little
voice that dId not lit hU big husk
body and allowed hImself to be led on
to a cell without a cnurmer
And this was itrahge because WlllHm
came Into town with more pomp than a
western cowboy and announced that he
was a real bad roan come to cean
up the Bowery and any stray cops
who might be abroad
Tm roaring 11111 Kennedy of Middle
town Connecticut he told a crowd
early today and I came down to York
to whoop er up
This Roaring IJI11 proceeded to do 1
and for a minute or two he lived up to
the standard he i t for himself No =
boJy cared to dispute his right to
whoop er up to his hearts content
This was not strange became he was
more than MX feet tall and broad of
shoulder while a big black mustache
hid most of his big mouth and heavy
Hut when he began firing his revolver
at the IV structure policeman Hrunett
took a hand Roaring 11111 lost much
of his valor at sight of the bluecoat
and by the time he reached tho stitlon
house hu was Just n mild iteainfUter
down to Now York tor a time
Former 1nrntnfn limtlce Dead
SARATOGA JJ Y Nov 21Forner
Pollen Justice Charles II Teffl died Bud
denly last night
Call Write or Telephone
Immediate Confidential Delivery I
I + Moe G 1 i f h f llltt I tw v x4
r twifyi
Third Floor
in correct styles made in many late designs r
over the best shaped and various novel
lasts of Patent Leather styles of trimming
Calfskin Glace and The New Lace Evening
Mat finish Kidskin etc Slippers
SL 3Utnwtt ty a a
Eighteenth Street Nineteenth Street Sixth Avenue New York
For Friday Nov 21
Our Restaurant
1 Jo1 ORB n On the Eighth Floor is the most delightful Dining rootn in the Greater City
191Y 1 surroundings cuisine and service make it especially attractive
Mens Suits and Overcoats 1150 Furs Specially Priced F y
Values up to 2500 for e I Third Floor
In spite of the backward season business has been very good in our Fur Section
Second Floor which demonstrates that the public appreciates the unusual savings that may be realized 1
No doubt we could have topped this announcement with a more here on the choicest finest and most reliable Furs The following offerings areas
consider and alas tempting as any that have preceded them this season
headlinebut nothing so appealing magnetic seasonhigh
catchy we Electric Sal Jackets made of select skins with high storm collar and wl < e rovers
netic as a plain statement of facts Were our reputation for integrity turnover cuff lined with Skinners warranted satin sell regularly for 2350
and honest dealing not so well established you might almost rags lor Friday only
strictly Handsome Steno Marten Cluster Scarfs with eiz genulnot3ianoDiarten t t Q
imagine that our statement of values up to 2500 for 11 JO was tails 4 > 800
imbued with a tinge of exaggeration Fine natural dark Mink Cluster Scarfs with eight Mink tails 1475
The Suits and Overcoats represented in this sale are ends of lines Choice Alaska Sable Cluster Scarfs with six genuine Alaska Sable tails 4 Q 75
ell > O O
regularly for 11075 for Friday 4
the ones twos and threes of a kind The merchandise policy of
this house demands the clearance of abbreviated lines These clear t + p
Women IaiiorMade Suits 2250 r
ance movements are mutually beneficial enabling us to keep up our
Womens TnllorMnde Suits of fine quality cheviot In black and blue blouse coils J
stock standard and you to secure most extraordinary values by reason with or without shoulder capes effectively trimmed with black and white braid taffeta r
of our absolute and deep reductions I lined seven gored skirt inverted plait back kilted at bottom some trimmed over hips
and down scams with stitched straps of taffeta over drop of satin faced mercerized lining
In the Suits In the Overcoats I22GO Y
Womens Dress Skirts 1675
different Youll find Kerseys Friezes
Youll find about 50
Of medium weight black canvas cloth wide flaring semihabit back flare trimmed r >
patterns in cheviots worsteds Coverts besides fancy Over with perpendicular graduating stitched straps of taffeta lined with a heavy grade of r >
and cassimeres coatings taffota finely shaped graceful Skirts 11675
Not every size in every style but all regular sizes in the entire lot Womens Pedestriennc Suits 1800
Womens Pedestrlcnne Suits of Scotch Tweed In black blue brown and green com + a
binations Norfolk Jacket With belt of self material thirteen gored side plaited kilted
skirt with Inverted plait hack 1800
Boys Clothing Is Best Bought Womens Peiestrienne Skirts 775
Of fine allwool materials In black blue castor and fancy mixtures seven and nine ij u
At the Simpson Crawford Co Store shaped gored Wl Skirls welted 775 or side plaited seams Inverted plait back finely gored and correctly r d fo <
Second floor +
I 1
A plain and simple truth Where the greatest number of mothers
and the greatest stock of Boys Clothing meet must be the place where Women Waists 515 II
the best Boys Clothing is sold and where it is sold best That place ° ° ° I
is in our Clothing Store on the second floor Our ideal stock together French Flannel Momie Cloth Prunella Cloth and Albatross tj
with your idea of right prices makes big trading here Newness no Womens Waists of French Flannel Second Duchess Floor front handsomely embroidered of white Jd
old stockthat fact IS your affair its accomplishment ours Mornlo Cloth front and back of tailored box plaits black and white stock of Corded Al <
batross shoulder tucking silk stock of French Flannel with black and white embroid
DaYS SAILOR SUITS In h number of BOYS LONGTROUSER SUITS sizes 14 ery black silk stock of Scotch twill plaid Imported quality trlmmnd with pearl but
styles of serge Suits nro nicely to 19 these arc splendidly made 650 tons of Prunella cloth slot scams Dresden buttons white silk stock of French Flannel r
trimmed with silk soutache braid 275 goods In many patterns nnd ANaBLOUSE cluster tucking black and white embroidery Insertion between tucks silk on col
lined and SUITS beautiful creations for ages 3 to
flannel warm
wool frieze
serviceable 395 12 years made of course of best quality Special
AND SQUARECUT fnbrlcB garments that command 10WJ Womens Flannel Waists In sizes 40 42 and 44 all colorings 5 different
shown here
In exclusive stores
SUITS for ngqs 6 to 16 years of best qual 750 styles
cheviots casslmeres tweeds and wors 00
teds all new Fall patterns also plain blues
and serges black and thlbets In rough excellently and smooth tall J3VV > goods and latest equal fads correct for to Fall In every customtailored wear detail splendidly JpJUUU tailored Silks and Velvets
ored first Floor
Black Peau de Sole superior dress quality the yard 90
Colored Taffeta full representation of colors excellent quality the yard 58 r +
Friday In the Model Food Store Fancy Taffetas good quality tne yard 55
Offerings ° I COLORED CORDUROYS all colors 22 inches wide the yard 85
Entire Eighth Floor COLORED VELVETEENS all colors 24 inches wide the yard 65 l 4u
BUOAUtH k E Refined granulated 8 1134 TAlIOCAPearl fine quality 5 Ibs IB
FLOURUoyal barrel Stuart Fancy XXXX Mln 34 00 Hy OLIVES full quart Fancy Maion Jars larGe Tree Queen olives nne qual 30 Womens Seml D ress and Untrimmed Hats f dt
ne + ota Patent H
HAM Armour1 or Swifts Sugar Cured nag 1A Malaga HAJ8INS dcsccrt Choice Raisins Three Ib Crown London Laer lo At a Fraction of Former Prices t
aloe Hams
Second Floor
CalIfornia Prunes 10
BUTTER Finest Fresh Made Creamery UNK88anta Clara 50 at two prices
fancy quality BIb stone crock 130 Ills Our Misses Trimmed Hats
MOLA8SES San Juan Ponce Cooking Mo CANNED FnUlT selected Troubadour fruit heavy Brand sugar Cali and 595
gallon fornia Peaches rlpo 350
excellent quality i
Ia set One flavor 25 syrup 31 b can 1 1
43c half gallon
Jugs Free SLICED PEACHE8Cholce California Sliced Heretofore 600 to JtOjOO 4
8WDOT CIDER Genuine Ofd Fashioned Apple Peaches 1Ib can 12 200 WOMENS SEMI DRE55 HATS very stylish trimmed in our own work j
pie Juice finest quality Jugs Free ration 35 Limas LIMA uniform REANa size Royal delicious Stuart article Fancy dozen Tiny rooms with the finest materials just the thing to wear shopping or for out j 75 c 1
15 y tij c f
81 76 can worth 450 each at
CIDER VINEQAHlNew York State Cider or door sports actually t i w
White Wine Vinegar guaranteed four years old 25 large ASPAUAOUSGold tender white stalks Dust from California Brand fancy lane 5000 WOMENS AND MISSES UNTRIMMED HATS too numerous in styles
gallon Juga Free can 28 shapes and colors to be here described but any Hat in the lot is well worth 35 J > v
TEA Spring Pickings Formosa Oolong Eng JAM = Royal Stuart only fresh lU fruit pberrv and SOC and the greater number are 75c to 8125 values + all a t h
llsh Breakfast Green or Mixed sweet drawing refined sugar used In Its preparation crock1D
teas of very satisfactory cup quality 3 Ihs Strawberry or Current 1lb stone crock 81 fiiI
8100 Ib 35 PICKLES ounce bottles Gherkins Mixed r 1
COFFEEWaverly blend fancy fresh Onions or Walnuts 17 In the New Blanket Store Y1
roasted fine quality Mocha and Java superior DKLICATKSSFNJArmours Star Dolled n e ew a
l xrtlcle 10 Ih airtight drum 8250 4 Ibs Ham or Cooked Corned Reef sliced Ib22
r rRrlt CaeIlbO 20c Maracalbo fresh routed and else Main Floor Rear
fresh ground 6 Ibs 05c Ib M OItANOXSSeet Juicy Floridis large
best sorts and size
dozen 30 Our Blanket stock is most complete and comprises all the any SJze
pure SARDINESImported olive oil quarters dozen small 8115 fish packed an10 In J0 CRAC < ERSIl < < e B < 1a Rlscults Cos popular 3 packages Nahlsro for I you may need from the lowest priced that insures worthy quality up to the highest y
NEW DUCK HEAT ILOURGenuIne old Crackers nil tlavora box 21 grade manufactured > f
iiuallty fashioned fresh N Y arrival elate 7 Hiickwheat Ibs Flour flno 25 Ii SOAP caltes Fairbanks Fairy or Klrkmiuis Borax 10 White Wool Blankets California Blankets 1
Blankets of c
BEANS N Y State Pea Beans new stock 14 Fine White California are j
crop of 1M 5 Ibs 24 STARCH NlBKarn mess 3 lbs Sumo ns weve sold for many years and cored during this sale at most moderate
AMMONIAMny Brand for household UUP HICK Choice Carolina Rice 5 Ibs 25 which have always given the highest satisfaction prices sj1
pint bottle 5 IIARMIY Medium Pearl Barley 0 Ih824 104 site pair JftoO to
e e faction 114 size pair 0715 li
124 size pair ti
From the Liquor Section 104 size pair Lot No I S305 DownFilled Comforters J i Ii
495 We offer SOO Downfilled Comforters for t
Sixth Floor 114 sire pair double beds very best quality French ey y
Sir Robert itillon 11S 124 size pair 395 enteen covering and filled with tho purest Yf
nurnetti Old Tom Oln Imp In California Port or Sherry Win V
floes bottle 5Q California iiret or liUniKlcl iwillim 75 totNo2 down each 40 r j
inm > sney > Cognac Imported case 81150 I and 00 Prices on Comforters range up to as high k
bottle 8100 Penn IbN Whisk y xiilloii 8200 101 size pair 295 ns J3500 at this price are those with aUk
Martini nosMs yr mouth Ixjttlo 45 i n pang uCo n U > d Whlslco s I1nllonS23 5 114 nlzp inlr 5395 coverings Illled with the purest down r i r r it
Ion Uamtrone 8275 Hcotrh bottle Vlilskey case 8750 Rn Q5 I gallon rinchs Cloilen WeililliiK He Wilski 300 1101 1M alE pilr 495 trimmed with Russian lace
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