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THE EYElfllfO VOSLX), TBICAT, 24," 191f;"
I WOMAN FOUGHT MOB OF 2,000 10 MISS CAMPBELL, WHO FOUGHT MOB TO ARREST MAN. ARREST DRIVER t Miss Campbell Tells How She Held to Horse While Crowd Struggled. Mlaa Oatharlna Cmphall, R-rnary nf tha BI1-a-W Home, to-rtny told how ah battled for an hour yeatrMay after noon In front of har horn. No. 41 Fourth avrnuf, with a urowd of 2,000 paranna, barauaa ah Inalatrd upin .ir rcatlnc an lhtien-yer-od drlvrr for kleklnc hla horaa In the etomach. Tha rrowd turned unexpectedly aa-alnat tha valiant woman and tried to take hr nriaoner away from her. She waa draawed a block HlnKlnir to the horae a bridle. The animal waa knocked down three tlmea by the etniwrllna; mob, ench UiM llmplnn to hla feet, with Mlaa Campbell atlll ellng-ln to hla head. Mlaa Campbell, atlll anjrry and hrulaed. told the atory of her Ma-nt to a reporter to-day. after which ahe appeared In Jefferson Market Court aaalnat two memneri of the crowd, one whom ahe charged with aeaatilt, and tha other wHh Inciting the crowd aa-alnat her. They are Louie Newman, twenty-nine yaara old. of No. Ill Irving atreet. Mount Vernon, and Harry Kronenthal, I a Bellevue nurae. of No. 1470 Brook I ajtama. When the prleonem were arraigned before Maglatrate O'Connor to-day Kronenthal waa fined U on i charge , at dlaorierly conduct and Newman I had hla caaa adjoined until Tuesday j next Kdarairl (VDonnell, the driver who Mlaa Campbell accueed of cruelty, waa arraigned laat night In the Night Court and fined IS Mlaa Campbell aald to day that O'Dnnnrll turned out to be I her only friend In the crowd arter ene had arreated him. lte tried to help har up on the aeat of hla wagon, ao that he could drive her out of the crowd, offering to take har to the ata tion houae. DRIVER LAUGHED AT HER WHEN SHE CALLED TO HIM. "1 am all black and blue from the fight with that mob yeaterday," aald Mlaa Campbell to-day. "You aee I have only been off rrutchea laaa than a week, recovering from a broken leg. "1 waa hare late yeaterday talking to a woman friend who had dropped In, when I waa attracted by a nolae In Fourth avenue. I llatened. and heard horee neighing pitifully. I lankaa put af the window ana eew u uonneu Eleg ant hla horae In the atomach. ! "I threw a peach atone out of tha window to attract hla attention. When he looked up I called to him to atop bualng hla horae. He only laughed. That made ma angry, ao I Immediate 1y allppad a coat and ahlrt over :ny houae gown and went down to the atreet. He tried to get away. I clutched the horaa'a bridle and told O'Donnell that he waa under arreat. "He tried to whip up the horae and drive away, but I atlll held on. A crowd collected, and they didn't aeem to under, atand that I waa doing a humane act and had the authority to arreat the driver of the wagon. All thay did waa leer at ma and tell ma to let O'Donnell alone. "The crowd cloaed In about ma and tried to drag mo from the horae. It waa then that I noticed Kronenthal yfl P''r"i LaL ! d ' "j,-. ' WALL STREET. Karly trodlng In the atnek market to day waa a repetition of the prevlona raaalona thla week a brlak upward movement In progrraa In nearly all f the active fe.it ;ra. Tha only ciianae In the character of tha market waa the aliirtltig hack Of Mtorl and Ilea. ling to their ciiatomary place aa market leadcra. 1 nt h fheae laaura rnaa to a new high level for IMa movemen riteel tvaa prralatrntly ptirrhaaM during the fl:at hour, the price na a conaeriuence moving BP to a.". 1-1. Heading waa ntruatty prominent with a 11-4 i. n :o 1M 1-1 Other ahirea trailed along with larqre fiartlnn.il Kilna. Knrther irnlna were extahllahed at midday, It.. i l. Steel. Cnnndlan anl irnl'in Pacific nil bettered their Initial prlceH by nlmoat 1 point. I.nte renllalng wlpeil out the early palna. howpver. ntnl elOglBf aalea wern around the loweet Of the day. with many of the lending atrw-ka auatnlnlng loaxea of 1 point. aSi.ii l' 1 1.14 ins lll4 is I "Sun. If. l ;n4 -- I I a art M'j .... :::t i Tlilrd Ave 4 4 In. I'a-ifle I Tat !"' ITH IH I . i ItMiiipr 47' 47 4T i I I . . Httl. HS ll( l l'i, - II. a i. ... iciii nm ims 14 inii fVaiim .Mi .'am ..in, i U'aliaili IP, II 11 W.lia.h l"'l 1 III 111 'i U wi. K H a an no AdTinrr. Decline. Btraitaa. , The rehearaal waa attended by ;o7.en of managera repreaentlng American. Oermaii and Kngllah playhou.aj. The f Inalna I'rlrea. aVajM ' luiin.-t. lowtai Ami )at print. ui of ret reii.er Bagaaaai awn eemaj naai flgura. am aa fnllitwi. r A at Vaal who waa veiling at me and telling the mob to drag me away. "Three tlmea the iTowd, tiy aheer weight, aa they preaaed In about me, knocked Bhe horae over. Kach time the animal managed to atrugtrle to hla 'net. In aplte of hla flight he aeemed to know Inatincnively that I waa a friend and he licked my face and did everything a dumb brute could do to ahow me that he waa trying to obey. "Finally after I had been dragged a block Policeman Connel came from the Weal Thirtieth atret atatlon and ar reated the three men on my complaint." Hirh. 'i , EtR IIS. II K l '17 S 74 k IIM 1IH m HUH il 1C4 Ainal. vrper Am ( at A F Am. Nin . Am i n 4 Am. lee Co .. Am. lA-omotm. Am. HmelllnK II Am. Hmel. A It. l' Am. Hilgar Am. T. T. C. Am. TV. Co. pf. , Ana.4la .Mlnlnf..,. A., T. H. V Atluilic Qneet .... ii i a ohio Itr.. .Win It. T 1 Can. PaV 41 Chaa, raw .... inv, c. m. a At. P... Uil CMr. 4 N. W.... W i Vmara. flaa .... pel. a Hu-U' ii . . Itat. Itac. OoiT- Kn ., Ma, Blec... ... . il Sm. r tntmr Met Inter m.i pf... III. Central .... K. C Hinilhcrn. . Lehigh V.... . I. ..IH. Nah. Me.. Ran. a Tri Mr.. Pae Vat. Lied .... Norfolk VYxt. Nortli Am N. V. cen North. I'ac Ont. .t. . . IVnnn.l.anU .... People'i flaa . . . . Prrawo Werl ... II. i. 11.. u II. i . Hteel n... k i-i ..I . . . . TtiiOk Island . 14 171V, HI :n' IM ll 41 t 47 '1 Low. H IMI 7.1i, inni lia nr, I ,M 7' Hn no! I4S 141 S 171 S I- ' 4 IMS uaS MS 4.1 S 144 us Net rlin. 1 ACTIVE SECURITIES. I'nin aV)flr II07V) ihnrn, f'nitev. sa(m MtMl. .Vt.74R nfmraM; .: .. I I .,irmi nr. ('mil. in.rNNi -iarr. i- . Vflllir, tti.jiu LEHAR'S NEWOPERETTA REHEARSED IN VIENNA. "Hva" Has Dramatic Incidents and Fascinating Muic Many Managers l isten. 'IKNNA. Nov. 24. - Franz Iehar'a lateat operetta, "Eva," had a dreat rehearaal yeaterday at tho Wiener The atre. The hook la by Wlllner and Bodanaky. It dcala with the adventurea of a work ing girl, who, after aome dramatic In cidenla. finally Jolna her lover, hei for mer employer, whoae overturee ahe had prevloualy rejected. There are aome cnptlv.itlng aonga and waltzea, which doubt leaa will become popular. Never theleaa, the crltlci think that Lehar ahowa a decline In originality, hla work IJreellneja to Mr. ajrhilelrter. County (Merk William V. Hchneidor waa the recipient to-day of an lmmena" rtoral trlbiile from the clerka In hla ofhVo, the .iccaalon being t!ie forty-aev-enth artn.vi raary of hla birth and tun MtobNtRon of hla illvtf wedding. A large boiiiuet of American beauty rnaea wtti alao aent lo Mi" s.hneir at her home, No. S Baal line Hundred and Thlrty-flrat atreet. SAVE YOUR SILVER ! Ordinary pnb.he nf Injurloul iclda tad rhemiraU will acralck aad eat Into It. te nard ifun.i thew arlla and alwan lamra a beautiful luatre n braulirul niatri. oae t?LECTR .ill -i 'S3 141 :us ans mH iais I7tl naU Hid "4 Ilk 141 1"7 11H 7a "i" 7!l 110 11" 11 ' H 1T1S S .12 S I.Vt 4- 1 it l II -- iS CvtnaeTJ rA eYl yiaMU a VHUaa. a SILICON Kfoaomlcal, . . : . uva i .11. j aaraa laaa. Over 40 yaara tha etauilard. The Ihlaaar the plating, tha greater aeed fee lte line. 1 Oc, per boa. Hen are of aportoaalrntatjoaa faff Electa MUcun Qa,. .mi Cliff Ml, n.w Tork. Al Urnrera and Drugglate Kverywhera. Ii a 4HS 2S in. Tr. ioiis 121 41S IBIS lonv R4'i IMS N 81 S INI 4I niS 11oi 711 ins 11DH 41 IMi 106 84 i 1 .12 i 2.T. H no ill 1AU 1t - 441 MS mm na inas noH 41 UN M .14 S 1-.2S - s I - S 2"S - S no - IS j5 fM It's tKc Patst exclusive 8-day malt Vl the ricliest, most wKoleaome fceer, and Cf ( EfljaS tne excus've PatJSt process that tbJvjQPvc ves it tKe delicate flavor and ap- tm kaC petizintf zest that is so Established 1856 W. H. HALL MANUFACTURING FURRIER 30 WEST 22D ST. Half Block. Bast of Sixth Avenue (FORMERLY OF SIXTH AVINUE) SPECIAL SALE OF FURS FOR SATURDAY Fur Coats A Special Mark Down of 25 Bisam Seal afflgL, Coats, Arcadia Seal Coats. Black Moire Pony Coats, Marmot Coats, Caracul Coats (Moire), Sabled Squirrel Coats, S2 Inches long . A2 ini-hea long 82 Ini-hea long 2 Inehea long rbea ng 2 ini-hea S2 Inr Inn $125 $150 $175 $200 $75 $90 $110 $130 $50 $65 $75 $85 . $65 $75 $85 $95 $65 $90 $125 $150 long $125 $150 $175 $200 Fur Neckwear Mink Scarfs 'ib Black Lynx Scarfs $26 Politiw Fox.$c,arf 120 Black Kox Scarfs $15 Blue Wolf Scarfs $15 Black Wolf Scarfs $15 Natural Wolf Scarfs $1$ Cinnamon Color Wolf Scarfs $25 Alaska Sable Scarfs $15 Sablecl Raccoon Scarfs $15 Natural Raccoon Scarfs 812 Persian Lamb Scarfs $15 Fur Muffs IT WV SaMar -aaale- $50 $75 $100 $35 $45 $$5 $25 $36 $46 $20 $30 $35 20 $25 $30 $20 $25 $30 $20 $25 $30 $35 $10 $45 $25 $35 $50 $20 $25 $30 $1G $25 $30 $20 $25 $80 $35 $50 $65 $35 $45 $55 $35 $45 $55 $20 $25 $80 $20 $25 $30 $20 $23 $26 $20 $25 $30 $30 $35 $40 $25 $30 $35 $20 $25 $80 $16 $25 $30 $30 $35 $40 The Charm of Personally Producing Music The expression devices of the Tel-Electric enable one to put his own individuality into any musical composition. By the use of electric current the response is more direct and more instant, and the playing more artistic than with any other player or player piano. Although the Tel Electric is the most interesting mechanically of all players, its playing is the least mechanical of all. TEL-ELECTRIC Piano Player You do not have to pump it. You control the expression devices with your hands, your feet have nothing to do. It can be installed in your own piano, whether it is an upright or a grand, at your own house in a few hours time. You need not sacri fice your present piano at a small allowance for a player piano. Keep it, and let us attach a Tel-Electric. I a. JB If you cannot call, tend for catalog. 1xLl 1 i : . THE TEL-ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel Electric Huildiny 299 Fifth Avenue, Corner 3 1 at Street mi Mink Muffs $25 Black Lynx Muffs $25 Pointed Fox Muffs $25 Black Fox Muffs $15 Blue Wolf Muffs $15 Black Wolf Muffs $14 Natural Wolf Muffs.. $15 Cinnamon Color Wolf Muffs $25 Alaska Sable Muffs! $20 Sabktl Raccoon Muffs $15 Natural Raccoon Muffs $12 Persian Lamb Muffs $20 W. H. HALL. 30 West 22d Street Hall Block EAST ol 6th Av., N. Y. Tel. 4655 ra mercy TfoanksgflvJirig Special Bargains for Boys $7, $6 and $5 All-Wool Suits, $3.50 $10, $9 and $8 All-Wool Suits, $6.50 $7 All-Wool Chinchilla Coats, $4.95 The Suits at $3.50 are Russian and sailors, si.cs 3 to 10, und they're wonderful bargains at tt.50. The Suits at $6.50 are Norfolk and doulilo-breusted, sizes 7 to IK, splendidly tuilorcd und in all this season's new colors und fabrics. The Chinchilla Coats at $4.95 ,e really remark' ttblo values. They're made of tne famous Gerinimia chin chilla., und are wurnily lined with wool. Hecfers und ovcr couts, in blue und gray, with Venetian yoke. Overi'OHts $4.95 to $15 A remurkuble ussorlment of single and double breasted routs with convertible collar, sizes 7 to 18, belted and plain, in new browns und grays. Ragamuffin Play Suits, $1, $1.25, $1.50 l.ols of fun for boys und girls Thi'.nkst'iv'ng Day. Indian, Cowboy, Mi'jor Mid Juck Tur suits. $1 ; Scout suits, .5 ; Big Chief, Captain. Army Md Mexican suits, $1.40; und for girls Squuw und Old Dutch suits, fit and Spnorita tmiU, $1.50. 279 BROADWAY, near Ctumbtrj St. 47 CORTLANDT ST., near Greenwich. 125th STREET, at 1J Ae. UNION SQUARE, Hth Street. West of Broadway. Harlem Storm Optn Evmry Evening. aaaiaaaaaaJVaaaaaaatj Does It Pay a Custom Tailor to Advertise??? i Docs it pay a custom tailor to advertise ? We are spending $200 right here to find out. We have been told many times by our customers that we ought to advertise, because hi their estimation we had something unusual to offer. We never could make up our mind to try advertising until the othet day when an advertising man came in and made the claim that we could double our business in six months if we were to advertise, because, he said, "we had it all over the Other fellow in values." He was very enthusiastic abmrt rettinr us started with "printer's ink," when he learned that we now con duct four successful tailoring establishments where we had only a mere hole in the wall in 1H when hi Tuxedo, Silk HaaaJaaaaaW first knew US. Sn we :TC trvinE i! (Hit. otM, 2k This Advertisement Is Addressed to You It ought to interest you, because it is an honest advertisement, announcing one of the most extraordinary otlerings presented to the men nf New York for a long lime. We are not claiming that we will maM S75 suits for S25, nor are we claiming that we are making S6o suits for ?12.od, or any thing like such ridiculous statements, but we are making a proposition to you suit OVERCOAT TO ORDER mm. oor unrestricted chnlre or tr lmt vnrlrtv of WUte 'm I'i.ik I H.ir-lMk Iht-ili.t Htlil lloiiiriiin. In all llir npvt hulr. Including I iinrt l '.in. . u . n. Tun. (ruv Mild I'tford. Ml the r i.l . '.I.. iia.lv low prlrr of Utttl.OO. MllaV. B ataaaal KSatf'S mW CI PI akjaaamu H -aaSS "SBaaw. i TBww HI mraiiirrmrot 7 fiv Ri9aVH Blsnlti A3 VKmM i'".r. j( J Bm1Sk m mrTJ -rri . r-r , Do QOl let thin tlti.00 ;ir..; . -tlon kpi'p ou nw.iy If you are tn the htiblt of wrnrlnK inor i x I'eiisive OlOthilS. ui wn art- inali lnir a special ri'iliictlon on evprytblfitf In th- hOUMi nntl whate er you order will h priced to you n-t a proporttOAftta reduction from the regular value. 11 ordm MM UWTXC TUESDAY will I. HAAS & CO. Custom Tailors aa aaa j a a.1 fl 11 II T 385 Folton Na, BrooklynrOpp. Borough Hall Wjw aisaB J?,re New York City 121 1 Penna Ave. . Washlnoton. D. C 70-76 Chambers Street. ,".?,' .r I Wetkust voul1 I FURNITUKEI T Kutfs. CarireU, l.ecKUn i $3.00 Down On $50 I 5.00 Down On 75 aaaaal - i 1 i ' 7.60 "own un iuu h i I mm fcargir lawn I HO Gets the Children to School on Time Makes them strong, healthy, sturdy, full ot life. H-O Oatmeal reduces your own breakfast work S3 1-3 per cent. We cooic it two hours in the mill you tave that time and fuel. Enables you to sleep an extra hour in the morning. Contains all the nourishment of rich, wholesome oats easily diccsted equally fine for growing children and adults (or anyone needing vigor and vitality. For over 30 years America's avoriw Breakfast. Premium ronpoa in each package Cottt leu than half cent a dieh m3-arocn:i.T.vian:,'vi tmmended by All Know Tea dk INDIA AND CEYLON SUNDAY WORLD ADS WORK MONDAY MORNING WONDERS, ( J . - i ..".a . BP