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T1TB B"V ETTTlf O WOILD, T H D"R BDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912
TO HAUNT BELOW
OLD m LINE"
"Boob" Walker With a Web
ber Bank Roll Reopens
"Humpty Jackson" Place.
BM tint : A th. auaplclon that !?oob"
MM tell a lot. It tTM thought
he had '..e.-:i lilr.i urn h Half to rra!
the con le:n:ieil aatnlmT ari l hnM h.m
for the aliyerf. "Hob" denied this
and on let jro.
Thtjr are tvh'.a'jerlna- on the rM eldr
now that inmr otie v.ry mu h n SHI"
Mine 'Book" went Into Paddei' saloon
t Seventh avi n ie and Forty -11 i on I
etreet .in hour bafofS tli" IhiiroOf and
telephoned to Brldney" Wabhi t Only
a few nlK1'' ngo WSlkSr h ill 11 rlaafi
RETURN OF PRODIGALS.
Tenderloin Invaders Routed by
Death of Rosenthal and
Pymwa tirew a de1 '.Inn at Pulton
tXrtet. Devery took a nlKhtstluk and
laid It acrosa Fourteenth. Byrasafl wm
for thlevea; Ievry'a for murder.
1 should worry." said Davery, ' hen
wtNrVoHTHrt on BWAOlssf
THAN A aoii.
rulr turkeep. MIrlley wna a witnea.
for the doftflai at the Knn inn trl.il.
Hi- hSSA'l QUlts ROt over It yet.
"Whai'll yOUM have? " III' key would
any to the g-ma every onee In ft while
end then .linn i W r all around.
'I l.e llttla nt.. Il Ioiik ami vei y nar
row, like ,i Kolf ill k with a bulgi. nt
i H i ltd like ii drlvlriK elttb 1 1
hi done Iri the Rrei-neet kind of
jrreon. Along toward nsldnigfci thaw
WM a llttla gaUlfrlng in the renr mum.
1 1 1 ac Tom" Koaton, "SmallhMli" K. lly,
"Rod" Wanner and "ToUfh Tony" ware
thi re 'TO iRh Tony," by the way, la
e nie el;iae. Me I. ehauffoilf for Alder
man Kl nnrnlly. Hla n w Job Kfivc even
I'oo (renth fltrrr. a a.m k.
"Boob" and "Hill" iy thev nre xrilnar
to ntnrt all oyer affaln. Deyery wnn
right. Peary and old loe Cook fan
fight It out over the territory north of
DETECTIVE FAY YET ALIVE.
The oMdltloa of Dotoetttr Martin
I'n, LottM Monlarieln and ilerarl
I.mJlei, who were ahot by Jueeuli V i
Svl In ft revolver la.ttle In the Hronx
Tuead.iy n . 'it. la nnhanae.1 to-lftv.
They nre oil In a solium, condition in
LtbMMNI Hotpilati Kay having imia few
bollfl lunK."r to live, the doetora believe.
TWELVE YOUNG CROOKS
GET OFF LIGHTLY ON
CONFESSION OF GUILT
Juat a dnien prisoner were dlaponed
of by the .ludcea of the I'.iilll of leii
eral Seaalona yeaterduy. The StfttSIKSS
BY JUDGE POSTER.
William Morowlti. eighteen year
old. pleaded guilty of Kr.ind Inieeny.
Htole alx plerea of erge. 11 PSl ofTenae
William tloldsteln, nineteen venrn old.
plohdod arullty of burglary. First of
fense. Klmlra Iteforrnatory.
Morrla Walker, twnty-flve yeara old.
pleaded utility of forgery. Hecond of
fenaa. Klmlra Itaformiitory.
ricaro Horkwell, twenty-one yeara
old, pleaded guiitv of carrying a re
volver Kli.t offense. Final 125
t'harlea Hafatrom, eighteen yeara
old. plomdad guilty of grand larreny.
Htole houiie furnlahlng'i valued ut 111!
from employer. Kltt offtMO, K!inlrn
llarrlaon 'Irant. twenty-two yean old,
pleaded j(;illty areiiult. Ktahhed a po
liceman. Klrat offense. City P.eforma
tory. Iianlel Hermann, nln-!een years old.
pleaded guilty carrying a alungsliot.
Klrat offense. Klmlra Heformatory.
Krank Monroe, twenty-three years old.
pleaded Utility Helling cocaine. First of
fenae. Penitentiary three mnntna.
HafTaele K.siioatto, iilnetien year oM.
pleaded guilty of eatTylnj a revolver.
Klrat offense. FlfMd $2K.
(lulseppe Hoajiello, twenty-eight years
nil, pleaded guilty of cnrrylrg a re.
volver. I"lrst offi-nfe, Flnad 10,
Kreda .laiiaon, twenty-seven years old,
pleaded goilty grand larceny. Stole l)t
worth of Jewelry from lamllaily. Klrat
offense. Penitentiary six montha.
BY JUPGE MULQUEEN.
Joaeph Petrtia, thirty yeara old. pleaded
guilty manslaughter, second degree.
Killed man In a light. Said he he was
hired to asaault man he killed. Flrat
offense. State Prison, two yeara and
six months and not more than five years
and six months.
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Givos Color, Lust,ro to Faded
jld (Iray Hair Dandruff
For (fenerations Safle anil Sulphur
have been ucil for liair and scalp
trundles. Almost everyone knows tile
value of sllrli a combination for keeping
the linir a MMM even color, for curing
dandruff, itching -culii and falling hair,
and for promoting the growth of the
hair. Years apo the only way to get
a Hair Tonic of this kind was to make
it in the home, which waa troublesome
and not always satisfactory. Nowa
days, almost any up-to-date druggist
can supply his patrons with a reaHy-to-nsc
product, skillfully prepared in per
fectly equipped laboratories.
An ideal preparation of this aort
is Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy, in which Sage and Sulphur
arc combined with other valuable reme
dies for scalp troubles and thin, weak
hair that is losing its color or coming
out. After using thi remedy for a
few days, you will notice the color
gradually coming back, your scalp will
feel better, the dandruff will aoon be
gone, and in less than a month's time
there will lye a wonderful difference in
Don't neglect your hair if it i "
of dandruff, losing its color or C
ing out. (iet a fifty cent bottle of
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur from your
druggist, and see what a few days'
treatment will do for you. All drug
gists sell it, under guarantee that the
money will be refunded if the remedy
is not exactly as represented.
We are told" bv eminent
authorities that Cancer
of the Tongue a well a
f r.tber narts of the
vi r .
mouth very commonly
arise from the excewive
use of tobacco.
Ymi can reduce to a
minimum the possibil
ity of contracting these
dreaded diseases by the constant use
of "ODOL" as a mouthwash.
Pleaiant to uie and delightfully refreshing,.
It will alio keep your tectli in a heslthy condi.
i nothing "Juit as Good" as "ODOL"
Price 50 Cent i
At all DrugnltH and JVpurtinent Sforas.
GEO. BORGFELDT & CO.
NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO
WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
Kat-'Bm-Allv. Dick" alew "Kat-'Kra-Vp
Jack." One more case for the under
taker waa atmjily u police proceaa cf
llmlnat.on a long :is they k lled with
in their own lln.a, who carad a conti
The yeara allpped by. Came Rosenthal.
Webter, "Hachel ' llraun, "Baanay "
They pioapered on the eaat alda. Then
lame ill. fatal lure of the Tenderloin,
where tn. "tlg: mlttai." were (raWiIng
the coin. Devery waa Bona.
Itoaenthal cro.aed the line, and they
aH went atrlnzlna after untW, s "Big
I1U1" atys. a "blackjack went further
on Broadway than a dreaa ault." Lit
tle old Broadway became Thugvllle
irriru;n Hostnlhal's proceealon waa a
narada to tnu (rave. He la ded.
BcafceT la in the death house. "Oyp,"
Wnltay." Lefty" ant "Dago Krank"
ara so.ng to the ohalr. All of wM
ina,ne that the moat fatal mistake In
tn. kUUatJ of Itoaenthal coneernd
geefaph)-ll waa Juat twcnty-nln.
blocka beyond the line.
"RIDQEY" BACKS A NEW HANG
OUT FOR THF PRODIGALS.
Thtrs a I "wake" last night at the
liOne Star Cafe. No. Klrat avenue.
' Ho it. Walker and Hilly Warren on.
terta.ned. Thu occaalon waa grand
opaniug of a new hanxout for the prodt
ttata sibo had erred In croeeing the Una.
They nave all OOtns Mmpln back homa.
poore'. aadder and wiser.
Two ueeVa ago. -o the atory goer
"Boco" WaUker 1slte1 "Brldgey" VJ
bar In the Weat Side Court prlawn.
" lit K'f, " aaM "Hooh," "me ar.d
Billy want to buy a place down on Klrat
avenue. All the I o are leaving Co
Tenderloin and going luck downtown
AVlnler a coming on gnd they need a
hangout We think it'll go good."
"Qocd da." aaid "Iirlvigey " "Just
"Bu we ain't got no bankrolt," aa'.d
"Ohl" gasjnul "BHdgay," who can't
part with g i i.l money without t ik n
"Boob" only amlled. You see,
' Brldgey ' expevtid to get out on thel
main highways 'hortly and he knew j
' Buoh." Hono how or other aier Mince I
"Spanish Louie" was killed "Boob" has
tieen tMt to "Writs h'.i own ticket" in
any gambling h..uae in New Vnrk.
' Brldgey" dtottfgd to locaen up a little,
"Well," he nald, "I might let you hive
couple of hundred "
"Von iinan u thn.i.-.ind," said "Huoli."
Of courae he did.
WAS THE LAST MAN TO TALK
"Boob" Wulltet w.is st.i nih.i .t .n.uia
aide tlerman It Qthal when hi mm
le r w.ia lillnl He had bM with
l'.ofi nthal for an ' i
i.i r. He St fcTiS i . itii Itla
o I'ult llr lit: T
with a man who had repeated thla
atory. There might hue been a fatal
row had not "Billy" Warren alepjied In
Tnere aa peace and quiet at the I.one
Star last night. The opening was tame
Of course MM of the great llgltts wen
there. "Jlumpty" Jackaon dropped In
and dropped out again. "Itumpty" Is
non est. You ace. he used to own the
earn, place hefore he went up fie river
Ha haan't been hack long, lie la keep
ing under cover In fact, under eeveral
thicknesses of It.
"Booty was master of ceremonies.
"Billy" Warren stoid around. He la
alwuya aa silent aa the tomb. He ha.
never been in the limelight, but there
len t a man walking tha eaut side to
day who commands greater reaped
from the bad men. He la the man who
waa given the credit for aendtng Luoaa
and hla fifty "Wops" on the run the
time "Mike" Kniae waa having a
primary fight. Luma Invaded the dla
trlct with his fifty men and they aay
It "riled" Warren. AocorrKng to the
atory they tell, he wnlked right through
tha fifty "Wops" and "potted" Lucas
The flfty scattered. In a hurry, and
Warren pulled the acared Tammany
leader from under hla automobile.
It la hard to at Ik to laat night's
party, becauae It was so different from
anything of the kind the eaat aide has
29th Great Annual Thanksgiving Sale
This Week at ALL the 220 James Butler Inc. Stores
Bigger, Better, More Attractive in Price, Quality and Variety of Offerings Than Ever Before.
&C Stamps FREE With Everything, to Everybody, Every Day, at Every James Butler Inc. Store
DOUBLE Stamps FREE on FRIDAY With All Purchases
' orviay oiAvfi
ever known. It was so loneaoma It
waa almost puthetic. "Bure Thing"
Mickey waa lieh'nd the bar. Mo la the
Friends tell their friend
what tiood quality they ara.
That' why Fatlma la the
largest selling brand of ciga
rettes. 'MsHnctH'ely Individual"
it ui .1 j A
; 0 lO t
I it .
lsn t ii fooliafa i" I'luliiri' tortures
which -aii In' stopped se eBilly I
Friction with your thoe nakea n vbuoih
linn)!, which tuts no fwliug Itself but press;
upon the sensitive narvea heneoth. Hence
The tiling to tin ii tn remove the ciilh
Hul liit'l 1 rv tn iln il with "(ilasl crs" desiglietl
to "eiit" Qui the dead tissue with chemiruU.
They nmy can btood-poisoiuBg by eating
tJie live ti-Mi" iustedi
Tin oiiii 1 . ute, 111111101111111, srnsibis auj lb
Cklropoaist'a v,a Is la pare down the callous. Vua
rag dp idia tafwy and roavenlently ii!i Wlli't'H
ami Savs i.n;aiialc re , f
I Mince Meat, Blue ltibbon 3 pac kages 25c
Poultry Seasoning, Durkee or Bell a, can 8C
Thyme & Sage Fresh gathered, pkg 2c
Citron Peel, Bright Leghorn, lb lC
Lemon & Orange reel Fancy Mace, lb lac
Mixed Spices. Peerless, ground, can IOC
Seeded Raisins, New, fresh seeded, pkg 8c
Cleaned Currants, Choice imported, pkg izc
Shredded Cocoanut, package 12c and 6c
Jelly Powder, Blue Ribbon, fruit flavors. .3pkgs 25c
New Figs Choice Smyrna layers, lb 15c
Pulled Figs, New fruit, beehive basket 19c
New Dates, Jack Horner Brand, pkg 10c
New Mixed Nuts, Sound and sweet, lb 15c
New Walnuts, Choice selected, lb 17c
Cranberries. Choicest Cane Cod. lb 10c
Oranges, Large, sweet and juicy, dozen 25c
Annies, Oregon Jonathans, best eating, dozen. . 20c
Grape Fruit, Large, juicy 64's for 20c
New Canned Vegetables
Essie Sugar Corn, Maine's choicest, can 12c
Essie Peas, extra sifted Early Junes, can 15c
Essie Stringless Beans, choicest, can 15c
Essie Lima Beans, the choicest, can 15c
Essie Succotash, extra fancy, can 12c
Essie Tomatoes, largest can finest fruit 12c
Asparagus, Hudson's Oyster Bay, large can. . . . 27c
Asparagus, lloyal Knight California, can 18c
Pumpkin, golden dry pack, finest for pies, large can 10c
New Canned Fruits
ESSle PeaCheS, ' hoi'"t California Lemon Clings inricb syrup,
Essie Sliced Peaches, Choicest ; No. I can. . '.V . 10c
Essie Pears, Choicest California, large can 19c
Essie ApriCOtS, Choicest California, large can . . 17c
ESSle Cherries, Choicest California, large can . . 23c
ESSle Cherries, Choicest California, No. 1 can . 10c
Pineapple, L.irge can, Hawaiian sliced 19c
Pineapple, Large can, Choice Porto Rico chunks 17c
1 1 iii mmm i i w w
Select List of
Wines and Liquors
Tor Exceptionally Low Prices This Week
At All the 125 Jumes Butler Inc. Licensed Stores
ll.ittle Half Bot.
Paul Ruinart et Cie's Brut 1900 . $2.25 51.25
Mumm's Extra Dry 2.90 1.48
Cook's Imperial, Extra Dry $1.15
Gold Seal, Special Dry 1.10
Barton & Guestler's Sauterne, V ry choice, bot. 65c
Claret Fils des Schmidt, Bt. Julien or Mcdoc.hot. 50c
Dull Gordon Sherry, Excellent Diane Wis, bot. 85c
Sandeman & Co's Port, Rich and Fruity... .bottle 85c
California Port & Sherry
Selected Vintages of Well Matured Pure Grape Wines
By the ryKC I Half QQC I By the OKC
gallon.. 0 j gallon.. 0 I bottle..
NablSCO Wafers ) Regular
social reas n in
8 I ws 10
New California Prunes
Thinahinnctl, mealy. A AAA I Largo
Avenge OA to lb.... 0 ,u" LVl,, (C u size, lb.
10 X.C Stamps FREE
Li'inon & Vanilla Flavoring, lot tie 10c
Celery S?It, fresh grated, liotile 10c
Table Salt, Blue Ribbon, 'Tuns free," large box 10c
R. & R. Plum Pudding
The Famous Richardson & Robbins
Crowning Glory of the Thanksgiving Feast
5 frK Stamps with ind. can. . . 10c
1 5 frK Stamps with 1 lb. can ... 23c
25 frC Stamps with 2 lb. can 43c
At Half Price Jfgf. HSi
New crop best rolled 03 aja w 3 Jr
oats; largest lOe J1' sf T&
package QjP IgM' I TSf Mm!
Pride of St. Louis ?- ijjTO
Superlative fC 8 h0r
XXXX quality; l5i ''.T-J
24-lb. bag .... Z
Evaporated Peaches, Choicest fruit, lb 10c
Evaporated Apricots, Choicest fruit, lb 15c
60 w Stamps FREE
with 1-J.b. Best Coffee, 35c Both JtffcC
and '2-ib.Best Tea for 25cj tor TJXJ
Imported Olive Oil, bottle 39c & 23c
Spanish Olives, plain or ituffed, bottle 10c
The Big Dollar's Worth Unsurpassed Value
Bottle Old Monogram Rye Whiskey, 75c . ffi
Bottle J.B.ChoiceCaliiorniaSheny, 25c 1 P
Bottle J. B. Choice Calitornia Port, 25c
All Three llt'gular .'ii.rl Hollies, 1'or
. m a mm rm mm . ' B m. m. m.
HiacK ? kmw l Bottle 1 .OU
ssiissi iss' w isisi'is ni iv mt mr mi
vinai a jvvivii nnuatj rt . .
Sir John Power's Irish Whiskey ) "L l"
Hunttr Rye, J. B. Bottling )1? ...
Wilson Whiskey, J. B. Bottling. . !, ;
Kingussie Scotch, J. B. Bottling. . ) uL to
Imperial Rye Whiskey, botu? 45c
50 &-K STAMPS FREE
with each of these standard favorites:
Old Cabintit Rye Whiskey full SI
Old Monogram Rye Whiskey wie 75c
Old Monogram Rye Whiskey. . half Kuihm jug $1.50
Princeton COCktailS, Manhattan a. d Martini, .bot. 75c
Superior Brandy, exceptional value bottle 75c
Superior Jamaica Rum, very choice bottle 75c
Doppel Kummel, genuine double grain bottle 75c
Creme-de-Menthe after dinner liqueur, large decanter 75c
jm& Stamps FREE with Case of g sg
LAGER BEER, Ruppert'i or Liebmann'i jT
My Wile's Salad Dressing, bottle Mc
Crosse & BlackwelTs Pickles, assorted, bottle. . .17c
Bromangelon, famous jelly powder, pkge He
I ha t'erfect SaicU Crn Khaver
Markets in Manhattan and Bronx
173 ABWterdtn ave., oor. fttth St. Phoue Columbus Kim.
1371 St. Nicholas Ave, near 17Hlh St. Phone Ainlul on 4701
At 19 James Butler Inc. Markets
two Westchester Ave., eor. IQdth and Fox Btrecti, opposite ,80 Third Ave., oor. Dew St. Phone Main 800.
Bimpson St. Subway Station. Phone Melrose SMI. 1815 Kings Hfglmay, cor. East 1 4th St. Phone Midwood 37IS.
3730 While Plains Foai, mr. -'I7tli Si. Phoi e Wmsbridge 188. 820 Ftatbush Ave., cor. Caton Ave. 1 'hone Hat bush 178.
G5 WattCssOftor Square, Phone Westchester .''. j 5M Coney Island Ave., oor. Beverly Bd, Phone Flatbush 1658.
G93 Trenioni Ave., cor. Crotoaa Ave. I 'hone Tremont 810, 8705 Eighteenth Ave., cor. Benson Av. Phone Bath Beach 8008,
Lorn or Rib Lamb Chops ib. 20c Young Roasting Chicken n 1 9c Sirloin & Porterhouse Steak ib. 18c
Mwttcn Chops, Loin or wb 2 ns 25c Young Tender Fowl n 17c Rolled Boston Pot Roast ib. 15c
Mutton Chops, ( 'hoiee 3 Iba. 25 Selected Soup Chicken u 1.5c Ham or Tongue Bologna n 16C
ricKled Figs Feet 4n. m9fzrz n.m n 7 zrZ rranKiurters,im,nernmn'sKine.st. . .ib. 15c
VonlfifB 80 1 South Broadway, cor. Lawrence. Phone 4120.
Mount Vernon SS Mount Vernon Ave. Phone 170.
West New Erf yhton, S. L 1 111 Castleton Ave. Phone 1239.
Hempstead. L. I. ( r. Main and Fulton. Phone 22.
Cler Cove. L. I. -School Bt. Phone 491.
Huntington, L. I. ( or. Main St. ai.d N. Y.Ave. Phone 870
Port Washington, L.I. 3or. Flower Hill & trnu Av. Phone 207!
I-ret port, L. I. -Cor. Main St. and Merrick ltd. Phone 802.
Honeycomb Tripe 3 ibi. 25
Prime Rib Roast
Vow Bell Cuts this week, n Ib.
Selected Oxtails each 10C
New Sauer Kraut, . . ami Good n. 2c
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