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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
BULL MOOSE STEAK
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the linn pfufnbtr cams up to
0 M- He n.iiu gtSbOrate' preparation
net to make BOltt to Noll an extent,
ta fact, that he wa BOI making murfi
mUMi. His f mbarrassment aught
tka eye of Ih Colonil an. I he SaMl 'Oh.
don't imtid mr. l rig it ahead and tlx
It Don't ba afraid tu make a lUlla
not. I'm ue,1 tn It.'
All of lh rllrili-ftl r-rl of thi
haee almwn the Colonel a ronill- I
to ba Improved from the last .'in- I
rial baaOarm. taaued fef the ttrn.t:nf
(gsSMawie at 10 o'clork laat ni(ht. At
that roe hi temperature NJi hi
psSe M and hla reoperation 20
ttt Ooto.iKl'a breakf!, ai usual, eon
alalad of baron, three soft boiled i-gKS.
aueterad toet and a pot nf tea. Whan
tie nrtered It ha -nrnpulrad he '(.use he
eata ha tstlttM so avail M m aura
I) wouk) not be tiear ewigh tat a man
arno already was ''alntoaj vc-sll
With ihe exception of lh tlmr
Sarins fh night Mrs RnOSSMM re
mained In her room, and It a " 't un
til after 7 o'clo'-k thsl she prepaid for
breakfast When he found that the
Colonel had again dropped off for a nap,
(ha dartaad not to eeior hla rem. but
to let him reat as : . he would.
NOT WORRYING ABOUT MAN
WHO SHOT HIM.
To-day the Colonel continued tu show
the utmost indifference aa 10 the u ot'vis
of shrank, in. aou(ht his Ufa
"Hn nam might he Olatgna or any
thing nse aa far aa 1 aui (onienied."
ha said to one of his visitors. "I never
heard of him nature and kn.iw aOUllOJ
To another eMIer. llooarvelt expressed
the opinion that Ihe man wa a mani.ir,
afflicted with a paranoia on .he subject
of a third term."
The Colonel, hoaever, now talks ron-
alderably about the shooting, although
at first he seemed tn avoid dlsLiiaalon
of It "I felt no pain at all for tho
first fifteen mlnutea," he said :o one
Of the doctora. "It wus not until I
had reached the Auditorium and began
to apeak that the wound began to glva
Hundreds of persons apent te night
In front of the hospital In the st'iet.
They were driven away ee-e-ol times
by the police hut alwaya ni-ir I
Tkeajj were considerate how-ver, end
allowed no unseemly nolae to disturb
fie sufferer's reel.
LILLET l IMDEDOED IN A
The medical attendant! have been re
lieved of anxiety aa to the location of
She ballet by late X-ray plcturea. Tin
first plate definitely showing tin bullet
Bred at Col. Rooaevell by John Schrank
at Milwaukee dleoloeea the lead Im
bedded In the fracture of the fourth
Mb aa the right aide, four Inchea from
The bullet la crushed Into the upper
edge of the lib and several small splint-
Cot bone project near It. It Is dat
ed out of shsp.e but the exact shape
Snot yet clear. II Is lour or five Inchea
slow the surface, and the upward
anting wound It nude la six or seven
laahrs In length.
The bullet waa somewhat retarded by
tae manuscript Col lU.oaevelt carried
tjeaa deflected by hla steel spectacle
eaae It did not "mushroom'' and there
If little laceration to the wound. It
sjae the fractured rlh that caused the
lonrl pain In breathing.
The radiograph Indicates the Colonel's
ausual cheat development ami lungs
by the extraordinary spread and arcr
10 the uninjured rlba Trie surgeons
w of the fractured rib for forty
ht hours before they told of It. It
Will be several days befora It can ba
fftermlned If the wuuud will heal w.ih
NO ATTEMPT WILL BE MADE TO
The X-ray picture made It certain
thai the bullet had not entered or In
jured the pleural cavity, time removing
a grave poaalbil'-tv In the case. No
attempt alll be made at present to re
rve the bullet, u.i.ch Is nut expected
Inlet fere w ith lie healing of the
Dr Alexander Lambert, physician of
001 Rooavvelt'a family for many years,
sfco came to Chicago at the urgent re
rueat of Mra. Roosevelt, said to-day:
"I ahnddax when I reallae bow aar-
atsoape from Inatsat death Col
elt had. The ballet struck Urn
below at aa angle each that aa.
Selected It would eurely have
throec h the Uttle lobe of hla
t lma upward and Inward through
aadelee of the aaart ot tba areb ol
"The folded manuscript and heavy
Steal spectacle oive checked and de-
aolad the bullet ao that it p Lgaed up
eucn an angle in . it . . ...
rlba and In the muscles, fr this de
fection had not occurred and Ihe bulle'
ne tlirough the aurbic of the aorta
aurtclea of the hear:, i,l Itooaevelt
OUld at have lived sixty seconds.
'A thjiuaand new telegramii and let -
rrom an niiarier ui tin- xiotie
railed John K. MoOralh and Klbert
lartln. Roo.-evelt's aecretarlea, when
bay rear .e.l the hni.i il ihta Hurti
ng, rto great was ma pile that they
Id not cape with the task of going
hrouaTh It, and the help of Iheodore
veil Jr. aid I'hllin J. Itu. eev.lt
At the t olonei s reijuest the practice
iajlvlnic out elegiama n i cablegrams
m crowned heads and members of
nobility waa discontinued, an Koose
(belt feared that sjme of hlg friends
(bsroaa the water might be offndeJ by
TWINS BORN I H HOSPITAL, ONE
NAMED FOR HIM.
A genuin,- PUfprleg waa sprung on
Col. Rooaevelt to-day when he waa told
at his advent In the h.pltul Tues-
ty morning had been precede,! by the
lirth of one twin and that he had been
the huapltal but a feu mlnutea ha
tha second youngster aaw the
1 The Colonel chuckled at thi
ratcitAed hla p(eaaure by a volloy
"fines" and "bjylllea" and forgot
for of a Rull Mooes ten.k by an ad
mirer. Rut when told that the elder of
the twins had been named for him hla
delight knew no bounda.
I "Fine" he exploded "Rrlng m Into
me at once I would Ilka to sea the
ynunaretera and fhelr mother aa .oei aa
i tnay can pnaatbly rail. Please glva tna
mother my congratulations " The ps,r-
! ente of the yawflg ones are Domlnlek
and Nellie Waleh. formerly nf Ireland,
but now living- at No 17 Knst Thirty
sixth street. Cricago.
Col. Ituiteevell was brought Into the
hospital at o'clock Tuenday morn
ing. Thre, rhln i. tea bnOf that the flret
nf the twine smu Ntrn and twelve mlr
ulea later ne second mad.' lis advent.
When pna CdlOttal'l ish waa com
municated ii, Mra Wa sh she said:
"N'o gfani ef honor ould come to me
than to have fill Poos, veil see the
hsb'es. I will have them dressed In
their best wi.en they call on him ttttd
afternoon, and I hi P" ho will be more
ple-i,.-d than ever when hr see them."
And ttrallfhPWoy the eae orders to
Mra. lohanna MVafnafh, ;he ntifga, t
prep.re the little ones ,V thelr "Inter
vl"W " with rt'" elt.
The fathtl of the b ibles was lo rte- I ,f IHM
i. hi mc iifrsrrsrai sifown we Ifie
CoVael and seeril Well Mllgflefl that
Ihe s' ond twin ehould have been named
l'om'i.bk Mislead of ;., drat.
HAS BULLET HOLE, BUT THIS IS
WHAT HE EATS.
A Iluli BtOOOOf inlled nt IVoRresalv
bead'iuartera to-dny and offered to
furnish a nice tenderloin Bleak from a
hull ni..oae wMoh he had shot esrlv
this mouth. The meol. he said, was in
Mr. Keirell (old '.he Colonel that It
would Dfl ell rlsfhl for niRI in eat thfl
mini If he tvtaheil, and Dnnsevelt at I
hi K ie order . tn how It ahould be 1
prepared. Thla was the way he nant-d
The steak to waleh five pounda
and tie cut bunting s'vle With It
he asked for one pound of art,! pork,
flapt.icka baked on a sheet-Iron
a'i"-e, baking p..(Jar MtClllll and a
P'pt of l offee with imdensd milk.
Word was sent ill nnca to I'rogres-
slve headquurter to locate the man and
bring forth the '
BLISS DENIED H
RECEIVED 0 L CASH
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attention by letter and leleiiraina from
I'reaiaant llnnaeteli, aboit Oct. X and
$7. filwed liy two teleirrama. one dated
Del. I left for Chicago that day and
the telegram waa forwarded. Another
waa delivered when 1 returned to New
NO STANDARD OIL MONEY HE
"The first letter waa shown to Mr.
Illlss, aa ihe President requeated. Upon
reading n Mr. HUas atnted:'We have re
ceived no contribution from the rltand
ard Oil Company, and nl aome time
later repeated Mr. illlM response to
"I showed the first letter to Mr. lillaj
and iharefore did not tell him of tho
telegrams. I eupposed he would com
municate arlth the President.
"I elao testified that during the cam
paign 1 had not heard that H II. Roger
had contributed to the campaign.
"I heard after the rampa'gn that
Rogers had contributed heavily. It waa
mentioned to me by Mr. Illlsa.
"I told the Prealdent myaelf of my
having aaked Mr lilies In October re
garding MM Standard Oil rumor and of
Mr. lilies' ready to me."
Cortelyou aald be never knew of an In
terview being arranged for him to mee;
the standard Oil nflrlale.
"I 'old him H wnn'i necsary for
me to meet pereun regarding campaign
cuntrlbm ions,' aald Cortelyou.
Were von In Mr. Morgan's office?"
kei .Jenn et Clapp.
"I mav have been once or twice, to
nee Mr Perkins.' Cortelyou answered
"I negjrr askiV Mr Morgan for con
tribution,' saiu Corte'.yc ambbailoallyi
"1 never heard of his conttlbtitior until
II a iware, In thr teatlmoiiv here."
anal lapp ake! Cortelyou about
ha llanlman fund'
'What 1 knu Is entirely hearsay."
said ''ortelvou "ApPUOatlOtl was inld'
fo' more lunds for lh New Yuri' Stale
campalgr ami I refuted. I was In Chi
cairo when thai fund wus raised. When
I go back I may have bear. I of it
did bear of It after Ihe cumpiilirn f.'io .
OW or NtttMli My present belief Is that
p i was gtVOtl to lh ISatt Commit
tet atvd pased IhrOUgdt vlr BIlM'l
hvnd merely aa a convenience to the
"Not a dollur of that fund was made
for the National Committed," Inststc I
Cortelyou. "Hut I have only hears iv
knowledge nothing personal. The State
rvwnmlttee w hard up for monee, il sea
know. We gve their "v ' trxtiflit aoev
that waa enough from the Nalio:-..'
Cdffolyod denied (he piirclehed slury
ehsu re, feu Ossj Veil and llv.:. Mid I con-(ar-an.
nt which FtoOanvall is said to
have sfTIMoS a llt of mines and handed
II ta Mlsa
"Sr BfitYtrfbsfMl i tstidepee h lh.
American Tc.t'acto, nm&uy,' Oof tftyaw I
declared. Tin tf4ets(hdni' Tobacoa I
IntereKts tendered goa a, hut I re
F.fnphstlc dent1 was hh'. V- Cor
'elou of the rei.t'l '.fa' ha o-de-ed dea
triu turn of an? 1isi own p'lirn doouflltfltg
exoct unlTp.riarit Papers having no
reria-ncc ii ntrtbiitlon.
KSftr4lfS the report that moneyed
repieecnlatlve of "the IntffaaSg" had
met to "underwrite" the Itoosovelt cam
paign, CoftftljfOU aid:
' I nei"- beird of nnv sFich run-
r-r"n' i.-d -"e't bolfeva ;:ec waaortg
I itgaa" eslleei haf any 7.1 1-3
per cent '.f corporatton rMht"lwlltlOfa,M
the grltnaaa darlifadj, "Tv o--rentage
wasn't thai large."
Mr. Con lyou Increase' . i estlmitei
Mtittimillotis to I eim iilii i,Me;id
f sl.NH PM as he preloualy toatinod,
Ha railed attention to the fact that.
aLluoiub he hid been BtCfOtiry of the
lietuirtrn nt of Commerce and Labor, he
rnlsed 1 1. 000. tssi leas than hla predccei
KNEW NOTHING OF INTERNAL
AFFAIRS or TRUSTS.
"A antioarted ",ek by newipaptri
and ipoafceri bafhn upon me Oct, l,"
said CortolyoUi "on iht bail! that I had
been the department bail tnd In BhhfaT
of tho Bttrohu of orporatlong. Thia
Imaginary evil Involved !n ::iy appoint
ment wna maKn'flci I know nothing
whatever about -be Ifllsirnal affa.lrs of
aprpo rations H rcalvai itself to
this ane Isyae -..cent official cn bo a
outv'kI vf ssantg to ba It I a
uowsf.ai'i HI iiJ Integrity."
Mr. ''rirrij OOaaJldtd the arm of hll
rhalr as tc rhis robaked those crltl
clsaaa aapoanaOlen His vote
choked -tth nnger ll ;c flushed
hotly aa ha clenohod hie flan a"d pound
ed hi rhhlr In tmDhatlO eesBctuatlon of
Senium PayntOI 'iel Mr. Cortelyou
atom 'he org intxado-i of an "auvlllary
committee" of the National Committee
s-.. a laftei v Mi Harelmai and
one ImndrtMla ethers." Cortajyou ex
plained. ' Mr. Illlus wrote It."
"Wily d'd vou V-e; llle personnel of
the CnmmMtee eoi( " ' nekml Psynter
"Oeealisa ee : ol diaoloeiosj any
of out lnf.ir-.nat. s he oui opiKinente. It
bad 1 1 1 itiociai tbjngBcahoa,' Cortolvi
raapended. He oobbl aai recollect those
tL wboiT. the letter sua sceit.
. "There la abeotntal) ao foundation
fot the statement of Banatot Penroae
that Fraaldeat Sooaeeelt waa at the
head of bis own campaign in 104,"
aald Cnrtelvon. "The Prealdent took
little part U It."
"In L'iJ dss durlJig the panic of
rsi7, I 4e-.tnef.red about ::6000.nno in New
.ek iinka' said wOrtabl
:uit.'rM Wta-ipnot In oth!
MUNbEV TCI? OF HI8 GIFTS TO
Prank A. .lunse. piiiilieher and Pro
giessive leader, ivai rnliwl after Mr.
Cortelyou. Hi said hi' iraie lld.Ort) to
the Rapublicani ir. IpM and lia.ooo in IM
le th Rtputllca National Committee
and ILM to the New Vork State r'am
palK'i. Munteyl raid he train r,7,IVS.M In cash
lo ihe P lIBlaM! ea National UolBUllttOe.
FOUR DROWN FROM BARGES.
"f which fSn.nnr) went to Senator Dtton
l!o i-ev:i inaniiiinr. lie.) National Treun- "ml that fundi would be forthcoming to
nier Klon Hooker Some was given to briny, about the situation we now have
Rooeevelt woj n be Injected Into tba
carripatrn hy the Wall atreet Interests
and io ba ked with whatever ftiiids
were necafgary." rsfl llrrnk tisny I'nim TUff nnil
V , wcr.. to furtil-h the money?" In- Hall In l.nke Oi.lnrlo.
te.-Jeet, . .Biip.
Oh! Die big Intrft4, 1 andtrttood," watriitow n, n. y . Oct, IT. Foul
aid LitWaon, pi rums lost their lives when two !ari s
"I understand Ihe system' Interests : went 10 Ihe txitlotn of Lake nnla-ri"
didn't want Taft rt-fleotoU and wtra t, .,,.,.. near tia'.ioup liunda, twtnty
use ( oi. Rooaevell to spin the Rapubli n . . u, i- .... u. ,
..... , , ., , miles fpo:i SacKett I Harbor. Those
an partyi-wltnout the Rnowlodae of Col. I . . .... .
RooieVelL I'm .mite iure he dldn'l havel'01"0 wr'" J " "namp, S'.eph. n
.ui, iiu IWltdgW' Ihis wa to lead up to!
ii caii'iidate .:itlsra. tory to Wall street
AT LAST! wmswsimsmm
A Perfedt Laxative
Wllllum Ward ot New Vork and others
"Mr Ward met me In I i -ember, 1011,
to talk over the HllbthHIl that waa t ie
beginning of the cump.ilun." BM Mun
sey. "There waa no orga nlxa t Ion then and
t ad I meed 117,0011, including ome to
Meallll MoCOrmlCM and also, at the In
gt ince of Mr VVar.1, to i irmsby Uo
llarg. I agreed to cay the prellmlnai y
other payments Munsoiy recited were
flf..nil0 to the New V'rk committee;
b,Wa to the Maaaachuaoibj rommltteei
ii,'.H for special newspaper editions In
Maaeachusetts; I.1..13; to the Maryland
committee and tio.iiifj for printing and
expre'-, Tho total. Mansey aald, was
"I mad no nthr contributions, di
rectly or Indirectly," sai l Munsey. "Thi
little amount makes Tne look Ilk a
piker. I have 'icon reported to have
given a much litrg'jr sum "
"I think Mr Perkins gave aoneoxl
mately what I have Klven," Munsey
"lo you know if the Hoosevelt canll
dacy was underwritten'"' aaked Clapp.
"1 do not." sutd MungOy, "and 1 think
f wniiM have known, ah I haven't been
Munsev (hM he was Ignorant of cam
patgn contribution to other candidate
LAWSON TELLS HIS "KNOWS"
Thorns W I.awsor succeeded Munsey
before the committee "Farmer and
author' war (ho occupatlor he guve.
"The Standard Ol Company contrlb-
men very tieavny (o Parker' cam
talrt It. 1001
gave, theli iigents in thn convention
carte blanche t, nomliuitt .Indira Park el.
"Wttai olhcers nuthorlxed It?" uaked
"Mr. Roger, for one." I.awaon in
fWartsX "I told Mr. ilryan that the
Standard Oil people were anxloila for
Parker's nomination. I charged that
(he Btftndhfd Oil had spent lielwoen
Uonnoi an.) tT'S'Wir (r help ulrd) Parker"
' 'Wliai was the source of your knowl-
edl'e,'( HHUli I'lllpp.
"My source Is In aurth peculiar and
different a iy that It'e alrnuat Irnpoasl
ble to ilcflne them," was the answer
"I have confidential ntatementa, but
r'nn't know on ny general knowledge
When I Haw 1 know' In a public state
ment I think I know. When I ay I
tf trr 1 think' 1 may guess at It."
banks i Mr. Roger ION ni" In PJM they were
"Who was (he choice of (hl ys-
laftlT1 " ClhPP aaked.
"1 underatand a plan wa to deadlock
the Balilmore Convogtlon in a way to
make it Impoaalbla f..r Clark, wiison or
Ufldftrwood 10 be pomlfMtcd and after
ward to brtni In a dark horse that
would weep the country,
ANOTHER FRe1! ARMY
AVIATOR MEETS DEATH.
CIIAI.ONH, rYiinrn. Oct. 17. An
other French military aviator, I.leut
Plane, waa killed to-day He wa lly.
lug In hla monoplane ov r the en
trenched ramp here Whtn one of rhe
WlnsT broke and he w thrown from
a height nf 1,2011 font.
UOblMO, Pi. -l ,a".iiliie and All n I -
ruha, the 1 xtei-n-year-nhl dailfChtcf of
t.'apt. Deruelia. All wore Can ullans.
The boats nrienuntered a heavy irtorm
about mtdnlfht and tho tow line be
tween thn barne.H H II. and Menominee
iilul the Rut!' r parted, permitting the
1rt two to drift. The drowned were
on the It. B
New and different from any and better than all others,
has been produced by the Highest Medical Skill as
THE RIGHT REMEDY for CONSTIPATION
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Headache,
Torpid Liver, and similar disorders, in the U
iyadi Jaaos Pills
Take 1 or 2 Pills at night for a sure result.
Laborer Killed nl Work.
Michael Clola, a member of con
struction guns, working on tho track of
the New Vork, Westchester and lloiton
Itallrnad at IVhttloek evenun and liP 1
lovv itreeta to-day, was allied by atl ',.-.
trie car bound from Mott Haven yards
to West Karm. Frank Socor. the motor
engineer of lh" car, aounded a warning
with hi whistle a he appro, ichtd the
gang, and all gut out of the way but
Clola. who stepped off the track, be
came confusrd anu atrped back tuat as
the car reached him.
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Just a Utile Cooper's Nrw Discovery,
only a few ilosea, and your stomach ilia
Ires, inrligeitlon and dizzinrsi will
Cooper's New Discovery will aid you
tn digest w hatever you cat nnd overcome
lawon declared. "They the sour, out-of-order stomach before you
If your meals dnn'l tempt vou or what
little you do cat cem t.. fili you up, or
lies bbaVJ on yout stomach il you havt
lieiirt-liiirn, sick In , niacin . and feel all
tired and generally run dun n, I hat is a
sure litP of a ilisnrdi re' stnniach.
(io In your dragsisl just a, soon ns
you can nnil itt h bfltlit of Cooper's
New Discovery Take three iln-u s
one before each meal and you wM! find
there will be nc more belching, no sour
rieinga. no stomach trouble, e, ol heart- 1
burn, fulnesa, M hrav. feelini ic the
stomach, nausea, headaches CiBBtaaaa
or griping. These will nl'. disappear, and
beside, there will tie no undigested fooil
lelt over in the stomr.oh to poison your
bfaatk with bad odors.
Cooprr's Now Discovery poes right tu
the root uf tin-trouble I be si munch It j
maker nature do Iht real work It tones
up t lie stomach, purifies thi blood, loos
ens up the clogpcd inuchinrry of the
body anil makes mor. nnd women win I
have 1 n half-silk all Ihe time sic p
well nt niglit, forget nervousness nud en- j
joy life nil ilnv l or sale nl all dfUfglitf.
the '.wintry, beh'tnnltiK In I "'" make some contribution to t'n
I ltoptibllcans." added Lasrpon, "I know
wa evoked by 1 ! tne .time general way that there war
iieatlor, if Cor- larfn contributions made lo the pratant
telyou. ther s-ccretury if ths Treasury,; Mimpaigti f"r SI! three candidate I
had not da POO I led a large siur e Wall i know Tuff brothers were to hack
Street about the lime that the Tennes-1 Mil to a rensonab! amount and that
TIME IT! ANY SOUR, GASSY, UPSET
STOMACH CURED 111 FIVE MINUTES.
Sour, gassy, upset Htomach, Indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia' when thefninl
you cat ferments into gStnfl and stiibbort, lump.-, your hem1 itches anil you feel sic!
and miserable, I tint 'r whcO you rssllss the magic in I'ape 's Diupcpsii.. It makes
such misery vanish in fl VI in i miles.
If your slomuch is in n ContlnVOttl revolt if you can't get it regulstedi ploai c,
for your sake, try Dispaptin, It's so needless lo have a bad stomal Ii -make your
next meal u favorite fiiiul meal, then take a little Diapcpsin. There will not be any
distress cat without feur. Il' because PspVl Dispcpsin "really dors" regulate
weak. OUtofOrdsf Itomschs tllSl river il it- millions nl sales annually.
Opens To-toay in the Bronx
SB fS OBUsJNIANMJLCe OT SSMlltllL
fl diapepsin wmm
Hj M A K E S n I S O R ID E R E D STO M AC II IS Jjjy3nggJrl
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r . :
s . w-awgagajamaasHagsma
Cor. Fox. & 165 Sts.
Opposite Simpson St. Sub. Station
Phone Melrose 2281
T y rou nsn ecsasnaer anr ether itch
X In, burning skin trouble th best
evidence of what Reainol Soap and
Reslnol Ointment tan do for rou I the
word of one who was cured be then
tier m nth of cuftering. It's si.
Casaldr. list Tbocnpson Ut.. Buffs In.
Itching rolieved at
once, soon cured
JuneU. 1911: "I get an itching sore
en mr band which I wa laid wa ecse
m. It Itched worse at alghL ro
tlmee waklag see out ef e souad aleep.
Alter scratching It of eeurat it burned
and pained larriblg, but II wa impoaal
bie net 10 scratch or rub It II
troubled four month, aaa i tried
diSsron salve and waabaa but with
out success A f Head leM m ef ReeU
iwl Star and HeslnuJ Ointment Ther
ralievod th. Itching a aw a I applied
them, and I was cared io three weeks "
. Rcslnel Obi
tee akto tssl aeab
wowed, asses. bell
new " - -'
t rou dm bura.
sJssssi aad aits.
Ms tbem bat fee free
wriu Dapt e-A. Beat-
You Get the Benciit o! Wholesale Prices
At All James Butler Inc. Licensed Stores
,'ji i j jn n j"i -M
Mellow, mild and fine
wonderfully good at this un
usually low price;
its ur paien of LikL-
Pe war's Scotch Whiskey
Princeton Dry Gin '
French A Brandy, '
Special Reserve Rye
The new ni.arket is a
triumph of sanitation nnd
with Ihe choicest meats,
groceries, wines, liquors,
fruits, vegetables, etc.
19 James Butler mc. Butcher Shops
offer specials this week as follows at addresses below:
Boneless Bacon, by the strip,lb. 19c
Every slice delicious streaked with lean and fat.
Sugar-Cured Hams. spi cure, u. igc
3 Fresh Hams, Choice city cut, lb. 17c
j Legs Young Canada Mutton, lb. ir
susto s vuiig jl vituvt mjuiissjT . uj. n. e
Fancy Chuck of Mutton i t
Loin Mutton Chops, Fancy, 2 lbs. 25c
Prime Sirloin Steak lb. 20c
Prime Round Steak lb. 20c
Prime Rib Roast ib. 20c
Good Rib Roast lb. 18C
Boston Pot Roast lb. 16C
Freshe Chopped Beef ib. 14C
Fresh Country Sausage n. 16C
Fresh Made Frankfurters ib. 16C
Young Roasting Chicken ib. 19
Fancy Young Broilers ib. 20
Smoked Beef Tongue lb. 23c
i Saner Kraut, Very special, Ib .
skilfully bslsnetd Menu m tne ii ki in irnisaissi uia-
lun d iu R'uod urilmarily IStsllini (Of 1 thia Stssk,
Port and Sherry
Choice California, mature and full QKc 'la aflC
bodied; surprising value; gallon vt3 jualOv
Guinness's Stout Bass Ale
Direct importations enable us to sell at $ JJ .45 Dozen $
tlieseextraordinnrily low prices. Doz.bots. X Splits, A
Allowance for Returned Empties
We pay 15 cents a dozen for the return of empty bottles, and
10 cents a dozen forempty splits. Our motor trucks and wagons
DELIVER FREE and will call for the empties on request.
CPA W Stamps FREE with Case of !
Off LAGER BEER. Ruppert's or Liebmann'
Markets in Manhattan and Bronx
173 Amsterdam Ave, cm Ottk Si. Phone Columbus ggty,
1371 St. Nicholas Ave., m-ar I7sth St. PboneAudubon 4i l.
91)0 Westchester Ave., t or. Ki.itli and Kox Street, opposite
Binipson St. Subway Station. I'luiiie Melrose 9981,
3730Uh!tePlalns Road.ir.ntli St. Phone Wnsbridf888.
05 Westchester Square. Phone Westchester 558
093Tremont Ave., cor. Crotona Ave. Phone Treinont 3io.
Broo'kx'; ii Markets
80 Third Ave., cor. Dean St. Phone Main 300.
i3i5Kings Highway. cor. East UtnSt. Phone MidwoodtTtM,
820 Flatbush Ave., t or. Caton Ave. Phone Platbusb i .
r ,') 1 1 on e Island Ave .cor. Beverley Rd. PhoneFlatbush 10 AO,
8706OghteenthAv..(-or. Benson Av. Phone Bat Ii Beach 4008.
Yonkers- -4fl4 South Broadway, tor. Lawrence. Phone 1120
Mount Vernon n: Mt. Vc rnon Ave. Phone 1070,
West N. w Brighton, S. I. -Ui Cutleton Ave., Phone 1180
Hempstead, L. I. Cor. -Main ami Pulton. Phone at.
Glen ove, L. I. -School St. Phone 481.
Huntington, L.I. -Cor. Main St. and N.Y.Ave. Phone .iro
Port Washington. L. I.- Cor. Flower Hill and Irma Ave'
Freeport, L. I. Cor. Main St. nnd Merrick Rd. Phone 80.
At All the 200 James Butler Inc. Stores 1
Selmy ButtCr,H 33C
12 Fresh Eggs, 25c
mum www m urn m
East View Eggs, 39c
New Laid in scaled cartons only, dozen
Pride of St. Louis,
241-lb. bag(H bbl).
Butterine, print. 25c
Best Quality. Government Inspected. Absolutely Pure
As wholesome, ntitritiv' and digestible as creamery butter.
Clean and flood;
equal in food value
to the highest priceil
3 . 17c
3 it, 14c
1 R -a-" Slamps with onTC
1 II.. (or AH
it a-K 17 IP 37 17 win,
19 Stamps r litli in,.
Qffc il'K Stamps with no.
OV 1 Ib. for OO .
2S Stamps with nKc
1 lb. for dO
OA H'K Stamps with oakc
AV 1 lb. for Oil5
1 R IrK Stamps with no,
1 Ib. for C&
Ideal Blend 25
From National Biscuit Co
Ormonde Castle 3rand
Sweet anrl tender i ft
Early Junes, can, 1 P
Potatoes, f"f 6 - 10c
ami menly, t
Sweet Potatoes, 5 1 10C
Cooking Apples, 5 15c
Just Arrived to Brighten Up the Breakfast"
Prepared Buckwheat Flour, oc
l'cerlcss Hrand, first of Ihe new puck; pkg. ... "w
Aunt Nanna's Pancake Flour. 1 e
crakes the lightest of akes ami muffins; pkg.,
Peerless Molasses, Ac
Uke the old fashioned kind; hy the can ..... "
Blue Ribbon Syrup, ft
The children's delight; deliciously sweet; can,
I he New Season's Fruits Selec ted and L'mierpriced
iTilvGS 'iok Hor Mr Brtadi very nourlibiogi pmIimv..
Cleaned Ccrrants, WsSSii
Evanorated Peaches, ,: a
M aft Jt 'I...:... I
Evaporatea A(r.cots, y
Brooms, .35? 30? ' 25
Tn..1 I gsaftftftseWnftael "TaVnmigrgttl fttWwJt
The Political Pot Is Boiling'
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