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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
Mnnleur r Deekson, re Benatnrs I have
ir ! i wr r teralnty-flva membatre.
I lair him what he ran ilo r M small
IMMM7. MoneVur ! DaeKson, is Bna
tr.re. h Ions at me Moneleur I" Ieek-
aon. th' Senator ha ay to me to nit
'The hall ou eav'' "
norrati n NMrr-.ontli SenalS'l-m .!. A Mm tlili.k M la Keifr. too FORMER CONSUL READ DIES.
nletrlct think tlu lr r.in :i.latr. UptKM ' i..- ... i w "'
Hltoitl ;.. Th.fiKS h rr I'iiik ! i, t'io sorlntis.
of carrying o fork
an. Ni Jersey la a
rsnsa fl.iv. Wllami llv
I iit-t arf
HI l Barnes. Mri
little harder hr-
,i th rr 0 lhTi
!Wi Simpson, Is (rolnj: li
-In the Srnate Chbei M long OCCUpM T!i RapoMtoafM Ira trltll
:bv Joslah Ntwcomb, iiir fsvortte of the greatest lociilloniir) rfinri
'nepiibllrana of the .IIMrli t Up I" IhM
time. Mr tmpMNI l piiHIiik hp h rtK.it
:tht haa a ro.i. ! Inn-rest through the
- n letrlrt and haa cut h-ally Into th
; r'rogresel r demerit In th- Rap Ibfioen
"rank. Horn In Ha Minora In Mr.
Simpson rami to Nat? York as a boy
tnnd waa e'luotitp'l h'r. II bal bt an
mcUelrwC law !n Ibf Jo,-il lIMTU slm-a
:mc and haa livrd moa of Ml life on
;the nppei a? sat sMe and In llarlni
" For thiee .us M a prranlent of
-tha Harlem Philanthropic Hospital nn
1saiUl a sHrrcUir In thai Institution.
is a memtiir of Hi" Snajmoro I'lnh, of
which he m for several veura vlre-
)rsaadfit. sol know petit Hearts
avarjrbody in hia Senate dlatrlet Mr.
Simpson's hoinf la at No, Wt One
Hundred and Koity-foortli Street,
UONDOff, Nov. 1. HherMan Pitt
Ul tt New York, formerly United
.states CfltlMul at Tientsin. China
dial In Ixndon rests May from tieart
1 aeaae. The body is toabe sent to tha
Mr. flead spent many yeara In China
In buslnass aa tha ag;.it of Russell sV
Co. and as consular rspreaentatlve of
tha Swedish. Norwegian and United
Stat Oovsrnmenta While there he
wrote for The World several articles ,
on trade possibilities In the Orient
especially with reference to opportonl
Ilea for Americans.
are al"kpr galore In the two Statta
A dolifat' iUfStkin u ta lirooaTht tip as
to the etl'iuette of itOppllM the spook-
init campaign on aerouai of Vina nasi
l,'ii SI.i.i ii.uii'n .li.. Ill lltit the I I
wnf.l i.f Mr H)i..roiait In him feiti.u '
worker waa to keep on with the ristlit
even should he paea to the Qftaajl He
Itesr.ni,:n; t i-'l.'n.
symond II I'oadick, fomptroller of
Flnsnce OanotlUM or the Mk
the Mull Mooae n a
He . tolns; to ahow il ointry what they
I hae in aloek in Me way or iiemnei.it.
All lirnuh the -ountiv Ofimornh' or
' ton, wig sja ofi ttie at irnn fur Rooaevalt.
j The Iden la t,. ahow the noti-pm tleun
maliatip of tin Progresalva party. fn
j eroded In Ho- pMhlng partial arc three
I of he remaitiliiK K'eot commanders of
i the South In the ill war They nro
ten. OMff W Mortrti) of Llttla itock.
Ark ; Oen West of flcorai.i and 'Jen.
cratlc National Committee, after an e- j M McI-.w, ,! of Tenneaaea. Wlttt then
tensive trip inrou.n -ew .ier-ey. rmsw-l ,,,, hf ,hl wigom nt 0(, ,,nK.
sTflVsBni, 'Mllil, MHIfJ f) , HKilwIIB) a III - j,;,,.,.,
cawry mem an. ttouseven win run sww , . ,. K, ,erv dls
a. ne oec.sJe-. esc pi poeeiuiy in wniu. He h,.,l , lan f.e.. for , aoo.ll
his vote may Nil below Tail's. ... Mi kssd rose to an ane Ilia
mirataihea were PUrlad upward, and
when hln hat waa off he had the dls-
tneii1hed aptiea-'nie o1' a 'hlnee
Former Vlce-ITealdent Kalrhanka ar
Hved to-day from In i. .him. and to-nlaht
wUlaeak at the JoM Hedges meetin pf,,,l WM , ,hl. h(.adnuarle-s
In Crrr Uml Mr Fairbanks, like
Col. Konsevslt. drinks milk. OHM he
waa accused of having sipped a cocktail
and there were not wanting people who
"seer, him do It " 'nends or the ax-Vspe-Preatde-irt
hsvs n ulnulnad tlmt lie
only took the chert v n the cocktail.
Tha mystery of the c cktall never could
ba downe.1, but a was dlfiereut with
Adam Beds la at It again. He's caught
up wlto the other Truth Te ler for
Taft, John Ma-nurd Harlan. Tha
Oeorge Washington (wins huve been
trailing through the South an i sre now
In Ohio. When in Wheeling. W. Vs.,
Bed wrote that there naa no doubt of
Taft carrying ths State lMrectur Hut
chinson of the Speleis' liureau was
bltterlv diaappointid lwcauae he didn't
write that there waa no doubt of wheel
ing West Virginia Into the Taft line.
That waa a good Joke In the old daya.
of ihe Hull Mooae and IVldently had riot
been Ideated right If yoti stopped to
listen h" told yo'i so.
"1 am se repn sent of re men of mv
country In my town In Del i ware," he
asld. "We bsve a cli;b--poleeflcsl club
T nnt re rnanacalre. 1 go to re Re
T'lib'lcan Cnmmre'ee. T am Introduce to
More'etir Karsnre. 1 tell Monsieur Kar
gare I have e club wl' re twslnty-flve
membalrea. I tale him we need re
monev wl no great good Mtinteur I
Vririnre he any vary glad he Is to ace. I
He make me aeet down lie give me I
one aeegwr It res one good seegar.
Monalnir Kareare he tell me ao. He
tale me mnat 1 aee Monsieur Mont nn. j
wha' he Is' He.Ies. Hut 'ut now he.
ees Inveeaable. Won't I to call again
"f rome to e Ttull Mooae. noil Mooae, t
pah' 7,e strong animal le atren--wh.it!
POM call -tia. Zey tale me I sm to see
Monsieur lleekson. se Saiaator, I have
Most indigestion starts in the kitchen
Poor cooking is the cause.
If food isn't sufficiently
cooked to be assimilated, it
over-taxes the digestion. j
Oatmeal needs at least two
hours and a half cooking.
A lot of people are eating
half-cooked oatmeal because
they won't spend the time or
the fuel to cook it thoroughly.
They might just as well not
eat this very best of cereal
H-0 Oatmeal solves the
problem. The twenty min
utes' cooking in your kitchen
plus the two houre' cooking
that we give it at the mill
prepares it for easy and quick
As for the flavor, you will
find it surpasses every other
oatmeal you ever ate.
Try it tomorrow.
Costs lass than half
cant a dish.
ITtM H-O Cernpsiny. Buf rJp.N.Y.
A Wholesaler's Clean-Up of
Winter Overoats and Suits
Gives Us the Opportunity to Offer
rsat J? - sar . no lie
ine acsire 01 a wig vnou'suier, ironi wuuni we huy
thousands df dollars' worth of goods, to clean up all
t t I Wa-'a V a. as.
nis remaining winter uverconts and hints, so he
might he left free to pound awuy at his Spring orders,
is what enables us to offer these Wonderful Ovircout
At $9.7S Over 900 Winter Overcoats, including
this season's new mixtures, blucks and Oxfords gray
mixtures, brown mixtures and fancy mixtures, long
coats, short coats, coats with smart belted backs,
both single and double-breasted; all made from fine,
durable tweeds, cheviots, kerseys and cassimeres
wonderfully good overcoats indeed at $9.75.
$20 and $25
Overcoats and Suits
860 Winter Overcoats of unusually good quality, in
this season's most desirable woolens and styles
chinchillas, in blue, gray and brown with belted back
and split sleeves brown, gray nnd heather mixtures,
with regular or split sleeves, belted or plain backs,
patch pockets or flap pockets, in heavy and medium
weights and various lengths.
About 1000 Winter Suits of splendid quality,
tailored and finished in a most thorough and skilful
manner, and including in assortment handsome
heat her mixt ures and browns, grays and blues in Eng
lish and conservative styles all $15 for this sale.
19.75 and SIS Sahs at 4 Stores Only. Not at 49th Street
For Winter Overcoats & Suits of
Isplendid quality ami style the famous
brill 1 went ies as good as most $45 ones.
Among Overcoats, fine Chinchillas in
belted back models with split sleeves, and shawl or
notch collars in blue, brown or gray- also cheviots,
tweeds, vicunas and kerseys in browns, blues, grays,
heather mixtures and other mixtures.
Among Suits This seasons newest models ami mix
tures of brown, gray ami blue all finely finished ami
tailored anil the best $40 value you ever saw.
For Winter Overcoats & Suits that are
splendid specimens of real good tailoring.
Single and Double breasted Chinchilla
Overcoats with belted back, shawl or
notched collar and split sleeves, in brown, blue and
gray ; and a number of gray, In-own and blue mixtures,
in single and double breasted coats in many newest,
and smartest styles.
Suits at $25 that, are tailored and finished in a real
custom manner at about $10 less than custom price
newest models, fabrics and designs.
$1.50 Shirts at 95c
Fins woven nadiM iil pcrcileii newest
of neat designs ami pattern.
$1.50 Underwear at $1
Fine quality, medium weight, natural
sanitary wools perfect fitting.
$2 & $2.50 Hats at $1.40
St if 1 Hats ami Derbies of newest style
ami fine quality; ititohed tweed liuts
in heather mixtures; "ChinohUU felt"
hats in tfray, itHvy and hrown, ami a
splendid assortment of derbies in all
styles ami dimensions.
$1.50 Gloves at 85c
Fine Kassan anti Cape gloves, in all
similes of tan anil brown.
$1 Knitted Ties at 50c
Plain colors, heather mixtures, cross
stripes, bias stripes and panel effects.
279 Broadway, near Chambers Street Broadway at 49th Street
Union Square, 14th Street, near Broadway 47 Cortlandt Street, near Greenwich
125TH STREET, CORNER 3D AVENUE OPEN EVENINGS
Lord & Taylor
Special For Saturday
fVomen 's Tailored Suits
of W ide JVale Diagonals
Lined with peau-de-eygne and warmly inter
lined for Winter wear,
$19.50 & $25.00 .
Tatlored Suits -
Of the best imported materials, $2750
in the latest models. All lined Value
and warmly interlined S4.ao
fVomen s Winter Coats
A large assortment of the latest
models in the best Winter col
orings Fancy Black
With embroidered velvet collar
and cuffs, lined throughout with
peau-dc-cygne and all warmly
Specials in Ribbons
Imported Dresden Ribbon
with satin border. 8 inches wide
68c value $1.35 per yard
Pompadour Design with
Narrow Satin Stripe
in pink, light blue and mais
5 inches wide 28c per yard
7 inches wide 89c per yard
Extra Quality Moire Taffetta and
Taffeta 'Brocade Ribbon
7 inches wide 39c per yard
Imported Black Satin Ribbon
28c value 40c per yard
Novelties in Fancy Ribbons
Suitable for the new girdles; also for fancy work
$1.50 to $3.95 per yard
Stationery at Special Prices
Pmind nnner fini Frpricb ATnrlmc t
in 3 sizes value 35c lb. j QC
Envelopes to match 6c; value 8c
Scotch Lawn letter size, white only,
box of 72 sheets and 60 envelopes acq
Correspondence cards and envelopes, 1
1 quire box, white only value 85c
Leather Strap Books
At Special Trices
Imported Long Grain Strap Books
With flexible trimmings in gilt,
silver and gun-metal, moire silk
lined, strap on back value $6.95
Imported Cross Gram Strap Books
II amllc on top inside frame, moire
silk lined in black, blue, purple,
green value $6.05
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
Lord & Taylor
Founded 1 826
Special for Saturday
Children 's & Infants 9 Apparel
Warm Garments for Cold Weather
Wear at Very Speeial Prices
flto 14 years, of cheviots and mixtures,
all lined, box or belted nvdels. in all
colors. An excellent Oiut for school
for Dress Occasions
6 to 10 years, of corduroy and im
ported chinchilla, wide belt of corduroy J
6 to 14 years, of challie, all wool screes
and henrietta cloth, suitable for school
and dressy wear
i to 5 years, of corduroy, chinchilla
and plain or mixed cloths, all lined, in
the box or belted models J
I nj ants' Hats
Of French or scratch felt in a variety of shapes and
50c ; 95c & $1.95
Infants' Eiderdown Wrappers
1 to 4 years, of pink, light blue and red, satin bound,
$1.95 & $2.45
Infants' Night Drawers !
1 to 6 years, of knitted stockinet, with feet. J 5
at Special Prices
Full Length Black Pony Coats ,
With brocade satin linings. . . . 5&5Q
Full Length Black Pony Coats
With shawl collar of Natural $9500
or Black Raccoon
Black Caracul Coats t -
Brocade satin lining v 7250
Muffs & Scarfs
Black Fox Animal Scarf $20.00
Black Fox Pillow Shaped Muff.. .. . . .$25.00
Mole Straight Scarf $25.00
Mole Pillow Shaped Muff $30.00
Natural Raccoon Scarf $17.50
Natural Raccoon Pillow Muff $25.00
Special Sale of
Women 'j Silk & Cotton
Unton Suits of Ribbed Cotton
Cotton Union Suits
Milanese Silk Vests
Reinforced. Regularly $1.75 j "35
Milanese Silk V ests
Hem top embroidered
la 1 ri
Regularly $2.5o I
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
Sunday World Wants Work Monday Wonders