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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, November 05, 1904, Evening Edition, Image 5

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I Colorado Fuel the Trading Fea
ture In Late Dealings Sup
planting Steel Which Was
L Sought In Early Day
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New York Central Also Well
I1 Looked After While St Paul
t Atchison Erie and Other Rail
roads Lose
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Stock after a brtik but rather unsat
Ufictory leitlon today closed with
price generaly lower and th trading
miller In volume The market opened
I krtrulor developed wvaknw and al
I though It ralHed near the flnlih lacked
t8i strength to make up the day
I Colorado Fuel wa tha feature of the
r t tote dealings It supnlantlng Steel which
Md been the leader earlier In the day
Colorado Fuel after an unchanged open
Inlt at 81 S4 old UD to 61 JS but was
later lowered to 621J It Iateron purely
i rpod buying advanced to U 1t Ten
ntse Coal Iron although lelltng be
low yesterday at times was riven good
I upoort and finished at U 11 atalnst
U 51 a slight win
United States Steel common opened
cheerful on a sale of 800 shares and
for a while showed reVitance but
Mosed at a fractional Ion The pre
ferred was hard hit the price being
hammered down 1 point The other In
duttrlali generally showed fractional
Jot e4
Union Pacific New York Central and
1 Heading were about the only Issues ot
the active Hit looked after the latter
clo1n unchanged while Union Pacific
realised a might gain There wai gopl
trading In Missouri Pacific lu cloilhg
price showing a low of 7S per cent
Fractional losei were felt In Penn
sylvania Rock Island St Paul AtcrJ
ton and Baltimore Ohio With the
exception ot the common which wan H
higher the Erie suffered fractionally
The TracUone lost from H to per
1 Bond nt wire fairly well represented
The total tales of stock today wee
7MO shares and for the week 7001700
shares Sale of bonds today were 1 Z
H7000 and for the week J3S JOCO
t XONUON Nov STh closing market
f of securltM oa the curb wu Influenced
omewhat lotlay by rumor emanating
from speculative quarter of a hitch In
tbt negotiation now In progress for an
djudloaton of the difference between
England and Ruisla over the North Sea
Incident This wa against the press
drtcatcliH but trader being In a ner
vous mood ave it neN
C Olltedgd Investment finished easier
and American left off with Irregular
chng South Africans were firm
while Klo TlntM showed a gain ot M
per cent at 13JS Rujslan Imperials
wer unaltered at Wll but Japones
bonds itlln generally The old five
at IW l4 were oft 34 and the now five
lost 14 at 83 The four finished 14
lower at 71
Price Advanced but Market Tnt
UK Wa Wholly Professional
Cotton opened from S point lower to 1
ti I higher with trading mostly ot on even
j i ingup nature Pit traders were short
I after yesterdays break and got under
cover M Monday is not expected to
furnleh much activity or change for
Important operators Following the call
price worked up some without reveal
Ing any support asUo from that fur
nished by pofeislonal who were short
f Weather In the Southern States was
cloudy ulth trace of rain Estimated
receipt were 47COO bales
The opening price were December
171 to 174 January 981 to 981 Feb
ruory IM bid March 9 M to UoJ April
loco bid May 1003 to lOOUune W oa
The closing price were November
9W to ICO December 97J to 977 Jan
uary 914 to 83 February 919 to 9 90
March 984 to MApril 1000 to 1001
MilT 1006 to lOOt June 1003 to 1001
July 1007 to 1003 Market closed steady
Prices Cut Stendlly an1 lade
pendent Iear Extermination
PEORIA III Nov ITh announce
ment today that the baling price of
writer had dropped from tIU to
fl8 cgaklng a fall by successive
stages of I o nti In about two month
N created a sensation In the ranks of the
Indtpend dealers The Independent
My they are convinced that the trust
I bui begun a war of extermination
t 4iTnfonned whiskey men are of
4 the opinion that the price may go still
lower All the local home axe run
ntng at full capacity grinding nearly
HOSo bushels of corn per day
> t too ri6S3ISun sets MIMoon rliu IM
llliti Water Low Water
t Panty Hook 4U 441 law 1100
e Owmor1 Island 144 810 111 MM
Hell Oal Terry 8311 703 U U 104
U 41 Touraln lInn
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I city of Colombo S Tinnth
i iu Mr 0 lY on
1 bt QoIutrll > Calcutta
cmat > < Unlo
j 1 ItnuU Lit rDOI
Bittaa ElItllGlbraltr Pannoal Gibraltar
r easel uruguay UirMalbo CureaQ
t n11a4 pjila Peace IMrta lUc
BoatharapteBUrron xntll
i C125D1Jt15 LlTtpool IoHII Jimtlei
1eM Auiwerju Milco If even
I I PK1PM f08On Nort BnstL
fclHHJhW loofeB Bt lies New OrtS
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0lM HIP Low Clot Chi
100 Alii Cb It U ISI
JOTA1U Ch vt K H H + 14
loom Beet Bu it i < J <
MJOOAmal Copper HH HH nil
IKMAm Car A F T7H n H I7H + H
100 x a A r pf SIH t < i4 44 + H
IMAta Cot Oil JOH 30i U
ttOAm Kxpreu110 210 210
lOOAmGmTw I 7H I + < i
SM Am Hide A L I H IH IJi + H
lOOAmer Ice I I I H
toO Amr Ice pt N HU H
100 Am Loco MH 514 za H + 34
ito Am Looo pt 97H f14 7H + H
1000 Am SB 71 7IH 7iK + H
100 Am Sm pflllH 111H U1H + VI
1700 At St Fdy 10V 10 10 + Vt
000 Am St F pf 40Vi IO H 40 + I
TWO Am Sugar 1UH 1S 10U H
100 Am Wool IIU 1114 18H + H
100 Anaconda 104H 104H 104HH
4xx T A a F KK uu IG tt H
400 A T A FpMOlK 101U 101H H
Munalt A Ohio 94ft 94H MH H
eiOO Brooklyn R T I7H eH 87 H
JOG OIn Pactno USH 14 H 1MH H
SCO Can Pac rU CH > U 1 K + 4
2COO Cbs 0 Oho 46 44H 44l H
JOOChle 0 N WM4 14 114 H
7700 CM Or W fJ H 224 8HH
ICOCW at W D 34 S4 It U
CO Chi Ot W dbiVl E U UU 4
iioac M A st pmH ITOS 171 H
100ChL Term1 104 10 H 10H H
ICO Chi Tel pf OH O Z3 H
SOO Chi Un Tr 9H 9 I H
TMCol F Ir 434 UH 4H + H
JCO Col F A I pf 7811 74 7SVI + IU
too Col H a A I HH 14H 14HH
800 Col South 23 KH HHH
100 Col 8 lit pf4H 4H MH
100 Col 89 M pf UH 13 H 83HH
OCon QM tlSH tH 218H
WOO Com Prod 19VI 18H lISt + 1
too Corn Prod pf 74 74 71 + U
200 Del Hud184 184 1M H
100 Del U ft WJU 115 S15
2O0DenRO2r WT4 IJ H H
too Del Un Ry 7Oj 74K 74H U
100 Det South n 4Ti 414 + 4
200 Det S pf 9 < 4 9U 9H + H
SOO Dlitlllen a34 35T4 UH H
1C Dui S S A 11 11 Ul
I 100D S S A pf 19 19 19 + H
KCOOKrl 35X 33 8214
goo Erie lit pf 71 71H 71K U
ItO Erie 2d pt 51H al4 m1
200 Oen Elee ColTlH 173UI 1T3U
200 Hock Val M SO 80
10 Hock Val pf UVi SSU 8SH + H
200 HI Central 14214 142 142 + H
700 Int Paper 1IH 11 18 H
100 Int Paper pf T7H 77H 774 + H
100 Int Power W 60 0
100 low Cent 17 27U 27K
100 Ia Cent pf 42 43 43 + 4
ICO Kan City So 2H 20 H 2914 + U
1MO K C Ft 8pf 81 80 > i 80 + S
tOO Lou N1SMEK 1S2H 1I2K U
400 Manhattan lilU W1H 11 4
MOO Met St Ry122i 124 122 H
1 goo Met Sect U 81H UK + H
1700 Mea Cent 17 17H 17T4 + U
200 M SPS8M91H Vlk 91H1U
1100 M K A Tex Wi il HU U
11806xTprrti HU MS H
7600 Mo ICltlc1034 102H IttH tt
W Nat Lead 25 21 tt 21 + H
100 Nat Lead pf M 98 K + H
01 Nat RRM pt 40 33 H 40 + H
200 N Y Air BrlS5H 13S 185H U
5100 N Y Central 1HK 1M
2fII Nor West 71H 72U 7274S
100 North Am KH II H MM
2200 Ont 4 Wet 43Vt 42 421414
800 PAC Coast 10 79 80 H
tOO Pac C Id pt 84 tlU 84 + 4
MO Vac Mall 40 37 31 U i
31000 Penn Rfl135 S U4 1311434
1700 Ieo Oa 1CH 107H 108U H
400 PreMed S C 12H U 12 + U
zoo Rv St So 28H 28 224 + H
700 Rv Bt BD pf MH MH U H
100 Rep Steel 144 11H 1314 H
1300 Rep Steel pf UH KW CSH + 1H
8200 Reading TIlt 72H 71
100 Rending 2d pf 79H 7SH 7t H H
29000 Rock Iiland UH 3174 33H U
200 Rock Utind pf 73U 71H 71U Vi
4CO Rubber Goods 22 i 22H 221414
SlouSheff MH 54 CIH 4U
7COfltLSF2d pt 83 OH 6J 4U
lOO 8t L s w an 23 an + M
1600 St L BW pf M 49H 4314 + U
430 South Pan 51 MH 0144
100 South Pac DflliH 1UH US H + 4
MOO South Ry Co 14 MH 31 N H
2X0 Tex Land T 1TH MH 34 H + 2 i
000 Tel Pacific 144 UH IH + U
too Twin C R Tt06 108 105
1100 Un Day A P 9H 9 a tf + U
leiOO Union Pac 110H VXM m + H
200 Un Faa pf 8644 8114 2114 + 4
100 United Fruit 106H IMtt 10SH
1100 U S C I Pine 1414 14 14
SO U s C I P o M W 617444
lcOtJSflIm63 63 Cl + H
MM U B Leather 11H lIlt tt U
400 U S Iealh a 85 9m 91 4
SSIOO U 8 Steel 414 23H 234 H
fA3tO U S Steel pf82 H 1114
1MO YaCr Ch UH M 13 H
too Vacar cf Ill IIOK MOlH
OWabaih 94 2114 21H 2114
TOOWabuh pf 42H 42 Vi 01444
100 West Un Tel to H OH fO H H
ICO WIi Central 23H 22 I2H H
100 WU Cent pt 45 4674 4i
Total sales of stocks 418800 hun
Marked Deereme In Deposit and
Hcierves and Other Figure Had
This we k bank statement Issued
today was poor all around there be
ing a big de reate In depo4ti while
tile reserves were heavily cut Other
figure were corTMpondhvgly dlisp
pc4ntlcg there being nothtn In the
report to cheer Wall street The state
ment AI Issued by the Clearlnglloust
was II fallow
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CCTDIIMi CxU S dres1 Dvoiit decreed iVVV etTlTOO Sf11210
Over 800 Calls
for Female Help
will be made through the put
SUNDAYS WORLD by the mlj
trust of the homes ind the mu
firs of the mtrontllt tttibllth
ratnti of Greater fiw York U
you aft In M d of e ploynnnt and
M4 weriItrINre itW oIwoIc
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Fully Four Thousand Persons
Are Expected to Take Part in
the Festivities at Schuetzen
Park Union Hill
Hoboken Ferries Will Make
SpecIal Trips to Accommo
date Those Who Go from
Manhattan and Brooklyn
Next to the annual wash of the farm
er of New Jersey at Doynton Doach
the Haymaker barn dance at
SchMttun Park Union JIm Just out
side Hoboken Is the leading social event
of the State Tim was when the an
nual reunion of the Smith family at
Peapark held a leading place on the
calendar but this function ho been
forced toward the aero sign by the
The first reception and cotillon of the
Haymakers for the reason of 19cHa
comes off this evening Strenuous
effort have been made by Chief Hay
maker Peter Byrnes to have Orover
Cleveland go to the dance from Prince
ton but the former President friends
fear that he will be too fatigued from
his speech at Newark last night to 1
make the journey However he will go I
If he feel In the mood ind It he does
not make his appearance every other I
man prominent In Jersey politic will
be there to fill the void
During a recent visit of the Robert
Davl Association of Jersey City to
Eiopu various live stock disappeared
from Judge Parkers farm Among the
fifty prizes to be awarded at the danc
are Included the various Individual ani
mals In the missing list of live stock
There are tome of the famous Parker
cal and other domestic animal valua
ble not only from the fact that they
were once owned by the candidate on
the Democratic ticket Intrinsically
Venomousminded persons have In
sinuated that the member of the Rob
ert Davl Association who made the
damp trip to Esopu took the live stock
surreptitiously Th Haymaker have
dallured by the Davis men that
this report has no foundation Solemn
oath have been made by the men who
found themselves possessed of portions
of the Judge domesticated menagerie
thAt the anImals Intentionally stowed
thenwelve on the train to Bet away
from Eiopiu having heard of the re
proaching Haymakers ball
At the lilt reception there were 2600
person dancing on the floor at one
time It II expected that the attend
ance tonight will reach 1000 The Ho
boken ferries will make special trips
after midnight to accommodate the nu
merous New Yorker and Brooklynlte
who have expressed an Intention of at
tending the dance
Bronx Residents Rush Out in
Slight Attire Expecting Hor
rible Accident Find Only
1000 Blaze and Say Things
All the engine In the freight yards of
the New York Central at Metros One
Hundred and Slxtyflrst street and Mor
ris avenue combined today to blow
out the noisiest Artalarm ever heard In
thl city
One of the car wa discovered to
have a small blaze burning In It and
one after another the engines took up
the call blowing with all the team In
their boilers There were sixty engine
In the yard at the time and all with
team up
Frightened resident of the district
turned out In lIght array and ran to
thi yards fearing ion treat accident
had occurred In which live had boen
lent What the residents said of the
engineer when the size of the fire wu
learned would not be nt to print The
damage amounted to about 11000
Knocked Down by Storekeeper
and Strike Head on Pavement
A man whose name is unknown stoic
a pair of shoes today from the front
of David Novlskey store at No PO
Myrtle avenue Brooklyn and now lies
In the Brooklyn Hospital with a broken
jaw and a fractured skull Novlskey
who struck the mane wai arrvsted to
await the outcome of his Injuries
Novlikey says the man who was
shabbily dressed tall and thin look the
shoe from a counter lie paw him just
In lime and while ha tried to detain
him the man rapped Novlikey over the
hand with the chose Then Novlikey
who U twentyone yean old struck the
man a hard blow on the jaw The lat
ter fell to the ground striking the back
d t his head on the pavement
An ambulance wa summoned and
after an examination the physician
found that the mans jaw and skull
tvul been fractured Not much hope U
entertained for his life Novlskey IJnt
at No IM Hudson street
irinrM alleging tbemielvea to lit mef
AWU tietlruM of visiting the at LouU
Fair me denied a landing today by
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Famous Parisian Actress to
Open American Tour at the
Lyric Theatre In Lolotte
and Amoureuse
Mm GabrIelle lUJtn whom LIblr
ft Co have broucht to this country
for a twelve week tour will begin a
four week engagement at the Lyric
Theatre on Monday night With Mme
Itejane will be her cbmpany of French
puxyers from the Vaudeville Theatre
Paris A double bill t lotte and
Amoreuie will open the New York
engagement Lololte is a oneact I
sketch by M M Mitlhae and Halevy
In which Rejane has opportunity to flu
play her light eomody power Amour
euse Is a play In three acts by M
Oeorgea do Porto niche a TrenchItal
ian author and It wi orwlnally pro
duced at the Odeon In Paris In tivl I
play 11 Porto lUoh attempt to prove
that In order to bo enduring love mint
be equal Th author contention
that HntmenliLl Inequality cannot be
remedied either through pity or charity
The double bill will be played on Mon
day Tuesday and Wednesday nights
while on Thursday Friday and Satur
day night and 8aturd f matlne the
play WIll be U Pasterelle whIch
New York saw last year under the
name of Th Marriage of Kitty
Madam Hejone1 company Include
MUll Suzanne Avrll Kehm Her
nou Daylltt Susanne Darnlau Pajot
Clery Vemeull Rose Lion and Messrs
Uumeny Kehm Berthler Monti
Renoux Thomln Due Dufroy Bosman
BsrnardI Dumont DarJo and Oorleux
I C t
May Irwin will return to the New
York stage at the Bijou Theatre on
Monday night when she will be seen
In Mrs Black Is Back which George
V Hobart wrote for her The story 1 I
built on a lIeone that a woman tell
and others follow fut Mn Black
marries a second time and lies about
her age Then shi UN about the ace
of her ion Miss Inrtns coon songs twill
will of course be of main Importance
olid you may expect to hear Dat Aint
Nothln but Talk Im Worried to
Death About That Dinner Bells
In the Shadow of the Pyramid I
Bible Stories and ° Sillle bliss Ir I
win will have the assistance of Al S
Upman John 0 Spark Jane Durby I
May Uonohue and older
o 0 S
George M Cohan formerly of The I
Four lohans will come out ai altar
In his new musical comedy Little
Johnny Jones at lbs Liberty Theatre
on Monday evening Th scenes repre
sent the exterior of the Hotel Cecil In
London the pier at Southampton with
the steamship Hurrah ut the dock and
Chinatown dan Francisco Mr Cohan
Mil play the part of a young jockey
ruled Oft tM truix III LiiiUU on Uue
charge of fraud thee are eighteen
musical numbers In the company art
Jerry J Cohan Helen K Cohan Ethel
Levy Bernard IJyllin Sam J ityan
Donald BrIan Tom Lewis Truly boat
tuck Edith Tyler and a cuorui of
eighty I t I
Andrew Mack will com to the Four
teenth Street Theatre on Monday nIght
In a new romtntlu drama by fcdnarj
E Hose entitled The Way to Ken
mare The play Is In four acts with
the scenes laid In New York and Ire I
land showing a room In a fifth ave
uut mansion a roadside Inn at Billy
scanlan Ireland a ruined church at
Ktnmare and the Cacti of Kenmari
Mr Mack new song are Din My
Darlln Dan The Legend of the
Magulrti Th Hose of Ksnmare
and She Just Suits Me Margaret
llohlnson will be the sweetheart this
time C S S I
At the American Theatre Darld 111g
gin will be the star In a nw play
called Ills Last Dollar written tiy
hImself and Dr Baldwin O Cook Mr
higgins will appear In the role of a I
young Kentuckian His support will
include Thomas Reynolds EUuor
Mantell and Katherine Miller
I S >
The Wizard of Oi with Montgom
ery and Stone Anna Loughlln Lotta
Mr Jamw T nrtllr of Kllllngly
Conn writes I think Father Johns i
Medicine U a medicine that every
body should know about and keep In
their house I am never without It
and never Shall be It ever a man
wu In a weakened condition after
one and onehalt year ilekneu from
pip and thin that dreaded pneu
monia followed by inch a wujh 411
am unable to dMCiii In writing
at follorM bjr Yttorrh4 M I
i JMtj
Jersey Searchers Find
II Little Boy Blue in Barn I
Neighbors Frantic Search for Three YearOld SheepTen
der Supposed Victim of Kidnappers Ends at Haymow
IJtlle Day Illue com blow your horn
Ttii ihtp ir In the mtidow the cow In
Ih torn
Where li the little boy who tends to the
Iti under the haritwk fut asleep
True to the Utile llcy hula In nllry
rhyme the Little Roy Rlue of Mate
wan N J forgot all about thou col
and iheep he was watching and he
strayed away from the panture Maji
van Little hay Blue Is John Dlelrlch
and he U only three yean old
When the cuttle and iheep were wan
dering all through the Dledrtch farm
and there was no Little Hoy Ulue In
sight the neighbor were called by the i
Faust and other old favorite and lev
eml new songs will take pusirulon of
the Academy ol Music on Monday night
and remain thore several weeks the
only change of Importan In the cast
of The Wizard of Ui since the ex
travagansi wii last seen In New York
will be the appearance of Chance
LMtchull a brother of Julian Mitchell
In the role of Paitorla the motorman
who uurp the throne of Os
Raymond Hitchcock In The Yankee
Coriul will be the ittraotlon at the
Harlem OperaHome
The Grand OperaHouie will have a
week of melodrama with Mailer Joseph
eph Santley In From Rags to inches
Johnny and Emma Itay will bring
their latest musIcal satire Down the
Pike in the Weal End Theatre
The Wayward Son will nnd the way
to the Third Avenue Theatre
Fait Life In New York will be re
vealed at the Windsor I
Ban Franclicos Chinatown will fig
ure In Tracked Around the World at
the Star
Hrr Mad Marriage will take place
at the Metropolis
The Jolly Grass Widow will be at
the Dewey and the Illue Ribbon Ilur
Iwiufru at the Oothm
Continuing at leading theatres will be
Julia Marlowe and E It Sothern In one
more weik of Much Ado About Nrnh
thing at the Knickerbocker TanlfaT
In English New York Illrd Center
Maleitlc Mr Gilbert In Granny
Ireum last week The Clngal
Dalys Charles Ha trey In A Message
fr m Ma Princess last week Hlg
rlfdyJM ledy Weber Music Hall Mn
Patrick Campbell In lbe Sorcireii
New Amsterdam list week henry
Miller In Joitph Entangled DerrIck
The ShoOun Walack Mme
SrhumannHlnk In lAve lottery
Broadway David WarfleM In The
MillIe Master nelaicoi William
Crane In Business Ii BusIness Cri
terion last week The College Widow
Onrden Vllllam Faveriham In Letty
Hudcon tact week Sirs Flike In
Ieck1 Sham lIlanhatlRn John Drew
In The Puke ot Kiiiicrankle Empire
Iltr lalC Iout Casino Mrs iS IU
ot the Cnhhe Ialeh Savoy
Miss Corlnne eWlch contralto and
Helnnoh Meyn baritone will be the
tolcliti of the Victor Herbert Orchei
tra concert at the Majestic Theatre to
moro evening
Keiths bill next week will Include
ClauSe Qllllngwiter In The Wrong
Man Press Eldrldge The Allison In
Minnie from Minnesota Deamond
and rllcy Frank Gardner and Lottie
Vincent In An Idyl of the Link H
V Fltierald and others
At Hammer teln Delia Fox will be
the topliner Among other will be
the Floreni troupe Frank IJueh Bnger
Mldgeley and Gertrude Carlisle Klein
Ott Ilrciheri and Nlckerion The Myit
terloui Face Josephine Qaisman and
the SisterS Meredith
Dan MCAVOT and hi five Society
MINI will be lot HuTtli A BMmon
I The Mil will also Include Oracle Em
met and company In Mr Murphy
Husband The Bmedlev Sketch Club
In Tnt Little Mother c ron and Her
bert Dab and George QuUley Robert
and Anna Kenwlek
I Th Circle I11Mtre will head IU bill
with the Imperial Japaneee Guards
Other number will be Ou tave Kerker
Very Grand Opera Dolan and Len
barr nice and Prevost Herbert POll
Albany a European novelty
Sully Charles F Semon Violet Dais
the Major IILlteu
a Th Yorkylll Theatre win orfw
Robert HIIHard In Number 97
Helena Frederick the aoprano Mr
and Mn JimmIe Danny In A Skin
Game The Three Weiloni George W
Pay Carlmell and Harrt and Rice
and Prevail
< Pey Theatres Fifth Avenue
The Henrietta by the Hock company
with vaudeville headed by Redlnf and
Arthur One Hundred and Twentyfifth
Street House Hearts Aflame and a
vaeIevili bill Including rree Wilson
Fiftyeighth Street House Henri
French cyclist Rdwurd llarrlinn
James Thornton Green and Wmxr
James T Reilly Tells How Father Johns
Medicine Cured Him of Pneumonia Attack
i could not ilccp nights and wan un
I able to eat I had given up all hope
I Doctors tare me no relief and I was
siren up to die After using six bot
Uea of Father Jon Medicine I again
I wet to work Ur couth U all gone
and I hare no hemorrhage thank
t your rather Johns Medicine I
bar tIe hundreds of other loctlloj
curt without any benefit whatever
ItwpecUullj 1 your Signed Jam
J h L r J
frightened parents and It wu suggested
Ihit he had been kidnapped
This suggestion alarmed the neigh I
tar fur Ute Roy Rlu Is loved by
Them Joining In the search Mr Simon
Iihlft remembered the story of ths
hAttie Hoy flue In the nurnry rhyme
She ocrutlnlie1 every bit of soft earth
In the blK isIur over which the hOp
iind cattle had bin fraying nnd at
List she came to a mall footprint It
was the footprint of Little Boy Rlue I
Mr Lihlrr followed the tracks for
more than I mile and they led her to
Jlolnen barn There tucked away In
t > e hay his chubby thumb stuck In his
month 1 LIttle Boy Blue lie was
last asleep le
and ethers Twfntjrihird greet The
ntre Edward Harrlun In Darcy Me
Qlone author Oasch Sisters John C
line and Hilly Cohen Clara iiJI rnl
Six ned Dlrdi antI others
Tony Pastor will offer nut week
Reno and Richards Rome and Fergu
MIL Matlnl and Wax Mlllin Illuslonnti
Madgo For William Cahill Delphln
and Delmore the Fraser Trio Levine
and Leonard Kennedy sod James
Golden and Hughes Hunter and
Mooney and Max Window
At Rubens Museum Capt Augur
giant will head the conventlcn of
New war picture will be exhibited at
the Eden Muse ublble
The Qtrl o Nays with Sam
nernnrd and Hattl Wllllami will b
I the attraction at the MonUuk Wl
llllirn flogers Ileqneiithi fSOO to I
Him Also IleililBMry Legate
Els Roger whose will wis filed to
day bequeathed I2SO to her church and
IDa to my pastor Rev Arthur D How
ard rector of th Church of St John
the Evangelist at Waverley place and
Eleventh street She also mad Ur
Howard residuary legate of ontthlrd
of the estate I
The rest goes to relative The value
of the estate is not given In the peti
tion accompanying the will which wa
drawn In August
Over 800 Houses Flats
Apartments Rooms and Board
Ads will appear In the great WANT
The World I the louse and Horn
Guide and Hoarding Directory of
Greater New York
Ileeillnn to James Dryee
Th Oily Club wilt hold a reception
on Wednesday evening Nov J to the
lon Jam llryce the Engllih sutei
man and author of The American
Commonwealth Invitations are being
sent to a large number of dlitlngulshed
guest The club will make announce
ment later of the speakers
That Awful Breath
Possibly you havent noticed
It but other have
Clan and cold If neglected soon dm
op Into tb chronic forms ecompanlid by
lbs moil nauseating and dliiuitlng symp
tomi Dr Ainewi Catarrhs Powder II a
specific lor curing cold couch deafneu
headache sore Urott tonstlltts cold la the
hud Intuiota and all dlieuts of the nose
sod threat I rtllem la 10 minute
Dr Agnew Ointment li without an
equal for ill skin troubles 35c I
gold br i nocKEy iu av A uu L
The first requirement of a
shoe is protection the se
cond fit and the third dur
ability No better descrip
tion of a Coward Shoe could
be given it has served and
satisfied thousands And
because it follows the lines
of nature it isappropriate for
men women and children
I alkeSOL
SOL NOwircRU cua
lIES st teWutSy
Mail Orfen Filled
L k
New Haven Road President
Wishes Committee of Citizens
Commitee CItzens
to Confer with Him in Arrang
ing New Time Table
Compelled by The Evening World
exposure of conditions In the traffic
department of thf New York New
haven and Hartford Railroad which
was echoed at massmeetings held I
along the line In Westcheiter County I
lYetldent lIchen has written to Mayors r
of cities and Presidents of town along i
the ncxth shore of tlio Sound lenrech
Ing them to aid bit In the arranging
of a new timetable I
Mr Jlflkn has asked the Mayors and t
Preoldenu to appoint a committee of
cltuen to meet him at tha Grand Cen
tral Station net Wednesday wh n tho
now schedule will IH dratted In hU
Istter calling for civic assistance lbs I
1rctident reluctantly admit
Unquestionably there has been great
dissatisfaction with Ihe put and exist
Log train schedule for which I poulbly
have suffered severe criticism It has
occurred to rne that the but way Is to
appoint a committee o three cltliem
t confer with lh officers of our com
pany with a view to a satisfactory aj < i
IndIgnant Cltlsen Irnteet I
Sine the agitation agalrwst the abom
InaM service given by President Mel
tens railroad was begun In Th Even I
Ing World a year ago there have been i
maiiinectlngs htld In Mount Vernon
Nw Kochelle 1elham Hy and Port
Chester In fact then h not teen a
town along the north shorn that his not
Joined In the fight for better traffic la
duties At first committees called upcn
the railroad omcUls with mild prottiu
agaJnit the taking off of train oper
ating with broktndown engines and
cuuntleu other grievance
Then 1 was found that this course of
meeting the situation wa unproductive
of result and The Evcuag World agi
tated the boycotting of the road by ui
merchants In the town aJon T the Unf
It WM uigested uut the business ram
have their freight shipped out on the
N York Central and Hudrcn River
Railroad and then haul It across We
ohester County by len o to utlllia
the express service recently Installed
upon the trolley linn
Victory for Commuter
To what extent this suggestion was
tolowe may be gathered from Frost
dent Mftllcni complete change of front
ids decision to meet with the commit
lace of commuter and receive sugges
tions from the ton of the railroad
Is an unprecedented move and nothing
short of a Complete victory for the com
That Mr Mell a Intend to Improve
the lervtoa Hem to b an assured fa
now that th railroad is beginning to
feel the effect oC a general boycott by
th merchants
The entire north shore of the Sound
I rejoicing at this unexpected turn of
affair and will be on hand Monday
with a multitude of suggestions and
ttf of aid to Preldent Mellen In
running th railroad properly I
Condition Attributed to Recent
Excessive Study
The Rev Solomon KlelnfeM thirty
even yean old of South Fourth
street and Redford avenue a well
known Wllllamsburg rabbi went vio
lently Insane today
Rabbi KWnfeld Is a the heed of the
Johnson street synagogue one of the
urgent Jeweah churchei In Brooklyn
He ha been studyIng hard of late and
hit condition Is attributed to that
Unless he Is better tnli afternoon he
will b tan to the Flatbuih Hospital
NlncYearOld Girl Tells Judge
that Parent Did Not Throw i
Brick at Girl Nor Threat
Her Life
The eloquence of a little gW ples4
log for leer mcUicr brought an awauU
case In the Lee Avenue Iotlce Court te
Urookin to a sucilen nd today a
Mci KIHICM Keilnelik of No H
North nuti ituet 1 Arrested oa
th iMiiUnl I heyearold Xt
Cohen of No 9 Grand strut Th
child accused the woman of throw i A
brick ut her and threatening her life
After Kiitln hail tui4 her story Un
1017 J
Koplnelsk I urer borhlr aged nine
said rtipptd up to Mniclitrale higgins ml
uldJule my mother never threw a
brick at Katie Katie teasel her and
made her m because she doeint u
dentand English and my mother
ctuied her away but she didnt throw
anything at her Katie say my mote
will go to prison for 11 years for this
but you wouldnt do that mould yon
Judge You wouldnt send my mother
to Jail would you t
I surely wouldnt said the Mar
Irate and he didnt He paroled Wn
Koplnelik until Tuesday next and wIlt
discharge her then It there la < fur
ther complaint against her
Woman Shot at lit ICUco Reported
Out of Innzrrat hospItal
Mrs Angela Dante of 11 Kle
who was brought to New York yester
day for treatment for a gunshot woa
nt Flower Hospital was reported mueH
better today She will be able to re
turn to her home In a short time I
Mrs Dante was shot In MU Klico tun
tier clrcumitJince that have not te
explained The man who hot her es
caped at the time but was captured
later on the train on which size WM
being brought to New York lie to
locked 1 at Whit Plain
A Popular Preacher of When
W Va Praises
I deems the public to know that I bait
tried Munyoas Pawpaw Tonic to NM
Ls evre of lallgntton K14t r
II Trouble and Nervous
and can truly icy tat It I
a remarkable remedy Ot a
course I do not court or oV
sire publicity of thIs cMi
actsr but I feel It ay CI
lien duty to aid la prom Ug
5 the health and bii
plnns et the bsaea
I fisily te
ltv J r WC
O Issliamue 95 Ualn St
1 < Ur Wood I eolf
0 p rt iiY oni of many ml 5e
11 PAWP ten who bar k4
UILOW reason to tuttr f
UATRAl Ilunyons Reac
t REUEDV dlsA separate
uLe cure for each 41M
t OR should be la every
fAU prpo family They ve
VI jjni sets reliable eM
will tuabl O Is
ROU wi I t emergtnclet
i5tl and may Save a pie
3tUru rSall < life
i Munjons pavFwr
Laxative Fill v
Lul Pll
I tUN I elton DlliousoSU JCt
COlupaUon DlouD
and all III0eol arising rl a torpid lIver
Iuz U Witch hazel SIP I i2l J
any cazplusea
soap midi and will improve tol
Atoll roiltitlons
R H Micy COS Attractions Are Their Low Prices
Dway at 6th Av 34thto5thSt
OUR nQ It Is a fact that
JJ1 PRICE Y BOOKS the product
yet Macys price 98 Is a full Oprrcent LESS than that
of any other store In New York City
If we bought books as cheaply as the other dealers wh
sell them at 108 we could sll them for considerably isis
than 98 and still make our regular margin of profit
But a long as the Book Trust Is Intent upon drlvtaf
Macys out of the Book business we can expect tu b dii
criminated against simply bccaus we decline to upset t
Macy store system and permlt the Trust to name plC
that afford u ereaterthnnneccssary profits At 9 we
offer these lato publications that you cannot buy elsewhwt
In New York City under 108
While the saving on Books may not average more than
10 per cent on other lines It is much greater In some la
stances our prices being but ONEHALF what others k J
The House of Fulfilment Mirtln
The Sorrow of Siped Poche
The Flight of i MothPost
The Ladder of SwordiParker
Old Gorgon Graham Lorlmer
In the Bishops Carriage Mlchelion
Tommy Co Jerome
A drum In the Ranks Ejgleston
At the Moorings Drey
NeverNever Land Barret
Fahlse of the Blessed Voice Oavls
The Interloper Jacob
Trlxy Phelrs
Blaced Trail Stories White
Sabrlna Warhara Houseman
The PresidentLewIs
A Chicago Princess R Barr
Boss Tom Kemp
My Lady of the North Parrlsh
Debonnalre Payson
Christmas Eve on Lonesome Fox J
Beatrice of Venice Pembert
Sale Ten Million Boxes a Year
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