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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914.
m Ma a Wall Attala. Ml HUNIi WSI IV DC in . laaftlta, rreaoe, has eeeapletelr .raeov ,, fraan hla raeant Htneea, Iba Mail : iM tMt1ae tiara learns. MDEITS A delicious Hia DratilAt ar a44inf YlDofar kymox rfch SaWaMtAft. 03L iltfBtC)aai fltWaaM. n5riWfl Staff aWal UpaaYfvH rTTTiMi a47 (f Mm! OU sari Hal Maate Teaty Uiiciarri n v ar at KXADV TO URE. 10 CKNTB. At WaltoaM m4 flreearr Motm. NEW RECORD IN COTTON. Hark of tllanlMB Ilia Mark Deeplle Trad llrareealaii. WAHHINOTOX Otl. . The da. prrMlon of Hi rollnn trade baa h4 no ffrt upon (hit ajlnnlns; "f ( lata year' bumper crop, whlrh la Ini1lrt.d aa Ih countrr' eecoaxl In point nt proituollun. In fact, glnnlna was more artlve during; the period from Kepi IK to Oct. II thin ysar than ever before, 4. 3U.il halt haln Iwii finned, alnt t.OHt.OlT bates tinned In that Prled In tha rwrd crop r of 1911. l.'p to OM, II th had bn alnnH T.eiO.CU l.l, tlio Onsus lltirreuan. nouncsd to-dar. Thla compares with ,71.UI bales laat yef and 7.7t,I 1 bairn In llll. Arkanaaa. l.oullana. Mississippi and Oklahoma bad irlnnrd mora rol ton to Oct. II tban evsr bafora to that dat. . I J '. 1 OME of the woolen mills re fer to Best & Co. as the one most unreasonablyparticular concern in New York. WANTS TO INDICT WOMAN WHO TELLS OF POISONED PEN District-Allorncy Says He Will Bring lilizabelh Case lo Trial Again. LETTER "R" THE TRAP. "Commercially all wool means mostly wool and' 'pood enough." Chemically all wool is our test. Wc clip a small piece out of the centre of the weave of every piece of woolen ma terial that we manufacture into garments. Then we boil it in caustic potash. If there is a vestige of a fibre left when the liquid is strained, it was not chemi cally all wool, and it will not be offered to you here as "all wool." "You never pay more at Best's" and likewise you get what you pay for. M AfM. WtnU; Came a MM Afraal Accused Woman Eorccd lo Confess After She PrinleJ l( in Lower Case. County Prosecutor Bteln announced. tn.day at ttllwbeOl. N. J that ha will present lo tha Ornnd Jury next Thursday or Friday lha evidence In hla pMtaaalon ncalnat Mra. Anna J. I'ollnrd, who la altejred to bavo signed a ronresalnn In which aha admitted wrlUn various anonymous, scurrll- oua and thrrntenlna: lettera to cur tain residents of KllxabMh. Mra. I'ol lard waa acquitted of the crura: ot writing; these lattara a few month uao, but Mr. Htaln intanda to try her vain If tha Grand Jury flnda an In- dletment. For aoma tlma pravloua to and dur Inar tha trial of Mra. Pollard Kllzahath waa free from tha anonymous lattara. Followtnir Mra. Pollard'a acquittal they alartad rlrrulntlriK naoln. Tha lattera In avldanra In lha trtnl wara type, wrltttn. Thoaa sent after tha trial were printed with a trad pencil. Tha I'roaecutlna- Attorney and tha I'oat.OITtca Inapectora noted an un failing peculiarity In all tha lattara aubmltted to their not lea. Tha print ed lattara wara capital! with one ax caption. That waa tha latter "r," which waa Invariably a amnlt letter. It would appear that Ilia writer of the lettora illil not know how to make a printed capital "It." Mr. Hteln summoned Mra. Pollafl to hla office laat Friday night. He questioned her alone, hut her hue. hand and a relative wera In an ad joining room. He naked her to print a letter from dictation and aha read ily agreed. In Ilia letter Mr. Hteln purpfisaly used a number of worde In which the letter "r" occurred. Mm, Pollard, he asys, printed nvery latlor hut "t" In cspltitls. 11a called her attention to thla and then showed her a number of lettera which had been turned ov- to him by the rtclptenta. He pointed out to her that lha printing In thoaa lettera waa like that In the iettrr nhn had printed from dictation even down to the lower eaaa "r". Finally Mr. Hteln aald, aha algned a ronfeaalon In which aha admitted writing certain letter to certain per aona. When aaked why ahe wrote nbualve lettera to one woman, ahe re Piled, according to Mr. Hteln: "flhe did me ii mean trick." Mia. Pollard admitted, according to Mr. Klein, that ahe wrote the lettera hefnuae ahe thought certain women In Klltabeth Interfered with her am bition to become a aortal leader. Hhe directed her attack. Mr. Hteln aald, mainly agalnat membera of the DaiiKhtera of the American Involu tion, the Colonial Dame and the Ia die' Aid Hoclety of Chrlat Kplacopal Church. Mr. Charlea F. Jonen, who w,m the chief wltnee agalnat Mr. Pol lard In the trial, I the Prosecutor' chief aid at thla time. Mr. Pollard In under aurvvlllanco at Iier rwrmo. No. 114 Madlaon avenue, lilleiihetli. Hhe, refuiu-d to' gee caller to-day. PEACE DELEGATES Woman Rank Director tltea at M. Mlaa Mary Heldmor la dead at tha ace of eighty-two at har home In Northport, It. I. flhe waa one of the few women who ever took part In directing tha ' affair of a bank, and waa tha oldent woman bank director In tba t'nlted Htalea when ahe retired from buelneaa . two ear ago. Hhe waa then a director I of the Northport Tru.t Company and a director of tha Northport Water Work. f or ninny yeara her aurora aa a bu li nen woman had been widely known In iMfeiaaSa.ltafeX aaaWeaaaaaNgal I 1 gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW (gaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV The Great Emancipator Said "You can't fool all of the people all of the time." For a good many years a lot of people have been fooled in the belief that coffee was good for them that it was a harmless or even a beneficial drink. It was only when the scientific research of the medical profession begun to lay bare the bones of the coffee skeleton, that people awoke to the fact that much of the Nervous ness, Indigestion, fichrt Disturbance, Short Breath, Headache, Biliousness and Sleepless ness, etc., were directly due to coffee drinking. The proof came to these people when they tried the easy test of quitting coffee for a while and used POSTUM , If you are a coffee drinker and feci aches and ills you can't account for, try the simple experiment for ten days. Then you'll know the way to comfort. "There's a Reason" Coffee contains "caffeine" and "tannin," two dangerous drugs that vitally Affect nerves, stomach, heart, liver and kidneys. Efforts to eliminate these drugs from the coffee berry, except in part, have proven futile. Postum made from prime wheat and a Bmall per cent, of wholesome molasses, roasted like coffee, and so processed as to create a mild Java-like flavor, is abso lutely pure and free from the coffee drugs, "caffeine" and "tannin," or any other harmful ingredient. "There's a Reason" for POSTOM "rioM by Grocars everywhere. Ixing Inland. Hhe waa Capt. Joel Hcldmore. a daughter of OTTAWA, Oct. :. Five hundred men are being enllated to enlarge tha Canadian Northweat Mounted Police. The preaenea of large number of Idle foreigner In Weatern Canada, to- father with dlaturbancea arlalng rom antipathic cauaed by tha war, haa led tha Government to Increaaa the force which guarda tha peace of the prairie prorlncea. FOR ASTHMA AND CATARRH: Both ths diseases, due to weakened, rundown condition of tlie body, find prompt relief in Father John's Medi cine, which builds new strength be cause it is all pure nourishment. WOULD "WAXTt- WORK WONDKRaV TO OUST CARRANZA ASJIRST CHIEF Immediate Action Planned for Retiring Ruler and Naming of His Successor. James McGreery & Co.- 34th Street 5th Avenue On Sale Tuesday, October 27th FurchmM will mpptmr on bill rendered December the lit. WAHHINflTOV, Oct. :.-Offlclal reporta received hero to-dny Indicated that the Mexican national convention at Agumcullrntea would to-dny or to. morrow depoaa flen. Carrania aa Flral ('blot and ruhatltuta a I'roria lonat I'realdnnt. American Cnnaul Sllllman reported he waa reliably Informed of den. Car. ranii'e Intention to retire under con dition! that no objectlona would b Interposed to hla candidacy at a reg ular election, and that the tenure of tha prnvltlonal Government ahould be abort. Offlclala here believed that while Carranaa rafuaed to take tha Initi ative In submitting hla reilgoatlon, ha would oblda by the convention's decision ahould It vote to retire him. Kvldenca of that waa contained In official advices which reported Car. rain a making no extraordinary mili tary preparations. Conflicting reports had been ra- reived by the Hlata Department aa to Cnrrania'a uttllude. While no confirmation has baeri re celved of reported disturbances of Mexico City official advices told of a general order by Carrania deposing many commandera who were Vila ad herenta at the convention and ap pointing others In their place. Blml lurly a decreo was Issued by Car- . - in....ln all Milnfa thrntlrh out tha republic that ho waa still First Chief and to oney oniy oraera from him inatend of the convention. The convention haa dlacuased that In aacret soaalun, but no report of tha result of ita deliberations nas ooen rerelved. The War Department received to day from Col, Hatfield, commanding Aiunrican troooa on the ArlSona bor der, n mcumice aaylng Mov. Muytorena of Nonnra was -eiowiy nno reiuci- antly and the Yaqul Indiana wera de fiantly leaving Naco," MISSING GIRL WAS VICTIM OF STRAH6LER lazel Macklin Left Homcto Get Wotk After Telephone Message From Strange Man. HOUTlI HKND. tnd.. Oot. M. Da- tictlviii to-day wero nttomptlnaT to dlacovor the Identity of the alayer of pretty llfteen-year-old llaxel Maoklln, who dleappenred Aug. 19 and whose body was found In a vault at Island Park, n picnic reaort one mile from the city. Into yeaterdny Hhe had been atrniiKled. The girl wna a favorite among other High School students and at tho Sunday Hchool of the Weatmlnatnr 1'rtobyterlitn Church. For several year ahe had lived with her undo, Charlea C. Miller. Karly In Auguat ahe nuked pennla- alon to go to work, The Millers In aerted an advertbiemant In a local nowKpuper for a pnaltlon for her aa nurae or maid for a farmer's wife. t)n Aug. 19 it man who aald he was a farmer living between South llend and MlilmwnkX nnaweied the ad by telephone, He mild that Ills wife would employ MIhh Macklln as a nurao un.l dlrectod thnt ahe meet htm thut evening at Spring llrook l'ark, between South llend and Mlshtwaka, wlieru he would appear with a buggy. The girl boarded an Interurban car at 7 o'clock In tho evening for the meeting plnco, currying a sultcuau full of clothes. When the Millers fulled to hear from her searching parties were orgauliej uiid the wooda acoiired, but It waa finally decided she had run away lwla lllldreth, a farmer, discovered the body. rharrli t'ellrrlar Srateaetd. lMward HurrUon, who Uvea at No, H HtintltiKloii place, llrooklyn, waa aantanced to alx months In the peni tentiary to-day by Justices Mclnrr nry, y.ellrr and Forkrr In Bpeclal Bps sloni, llrooklyn, for trying to collect money from Mra. ICathsr J. Johnson of No. tl Chauncey street on the false piaa mat ne waa auinoriaea so to ao by tha Rav. J. II. Brldgman of the a Decided Reductions INFANTS' DEPARTMENT Fifth Floor Little Children's Coats in Zibeline or Corduroy; warmlv lined." Blue or brown. Sizes 2 to 5 years. value 6.50, 4.50 Velvet or Corduroy Hats to match 1 .95 and 2.50 values 2.95 and 4.50, Caps of Imported Corduroy, -Navy blue or brown. Sizes from 1 to iy2 years. value 1.50, 95c White Worsted Drawer Leggings, with or without feet. Sizes to 3 years. value 1.35, 95c "LA PR1NCESSE" CORSETS An extensive variety of French models made of the choicest materials, including Striped Coutil, Broche, Plain Coutil and Silk Brocade. 5.00, 6.50, 10.00, 12.50 to 35.00 Special "American Lady" and "La Vida" Corsets made of Im ported Coutil. Sizes incomplete. value 5.00, 2.95 Attractive Values ART NOVELTIES Third Floor Portfolios covered with' Silk Brocade, trimmed with gold braid and fitted with paper and envelopes, value 2.25, 1.85 Hosiery Racks covered with Brocade, -enameled inside value 2.75, 1.95 ' Scrap Baskets, large size; oval shape; covered with Bro cade; trimmed with gold braid, handles and French print. value 4.00, 2.75 Brown or Circassian value l.oo, 75c Brown or Circassian Special 65c to 1.75 Fruit Baskets, oval shape with handle; French Gold or Ivory finish. value 2.00 to 2.75, 1.50 to 2.00 Japanese Walnut color. Japanese Walnut color. Scrap Baskets, Dark Fruit Baskets, Dark Airmail Oonfiiot Capturti! The largest circulation of any German language neiv- w paper in America, and almost (jjequal to the combined, circu- ation of all the German newspapers of New York. 'V'ekaVBa flnrfa annf XM Qdlscounted as war circula tion, because they are the re- u't of fundamental modlfi- K cations oi pubic opinion. In the field of New York lournallsm there has been in the last three months a com plete revolu'ion of public sentiment toward the Gcr nJman newspapers, lhe in fluence of this will be felt for years to come, and no in telligent or far-seeing adver tiser can afford to overlook this fact. The German-reading peo ple of New York are sa tisfied that the Staats-Zei- tung is a real newspaper, and not a self-motived sup porter of a cause with which .ts proprietor is not in sympathy. tl 160,320 Was the DAILY Average Circulation cj of the NEW YORKER STAATS-ZEITDNG Dwittf the Month of SEPTEMBERS 102,385 Was the Average Circulation . of the SUNDAY EDITIONS NEW YORKER STAATS-ZEITUNG Daiajtst LAST FOUR WEEKS (Sept 27lk-Oct, ink.) awman it amarlal Methacltat nlaea- SCaUTck. of Brooklyn. fh aetata- The National German Daily' HERMAN KIDDER, Fubllthcr' iLa Butler Bargains At All 235 James Butler Inc. Stores. a aaBafatBBW innnN LBSBBBBBBSBSSSIMBaaJ V BBBBBWWaKaBBaaaBBH Potatoes Bestselected the kind thnt' cook to perfection 6 10 100 wsP r i f llr.itwl 7 7! Evaporated Milk TALL 10c CAN of rich whole milk Evaporated Milk, 3 25c Belle Brook in tall 10c bans; thicker than cream. Condensed Milk, lch & 9C 17oeiA HISllr Jiiclicst Condensed; in " ftc aCl99lC IflllH full sized cans, each.. 1U Great Coffee Sale 21 You will find solid satisfaction in nny one of these coiTecs. They cannot he oqunlled elsewhere in fluvor, aroma nnd "cup quuiity nt the price, viz.: Choice blend of QcBcst blend of Maracaibo and I lP I Maracaibo and Santos, lb Xm Santos, lb. . 10 Stamps FREE with 1-lb. 25c Coffee 20 &C Stamps FREE with 1-lb. 30c Coffee 30 Stamps FREE with 1-lb. 35c Coffee 20 vfStwnps FREE with Ideal Brand, 25c 30iaw Stamps FREEvvith f-lbTTelTlorlSc Your choice of Ceylon, Oolong, English Breakfast or Mixed Huyler's Cocoa, 17c Prepared Buckwheat Peerless Brand; fresh from the mill; in large 15c packages Blue Ribbon Syrup, in cans Each 10 Pride of St. Louis Flour Supcrlntivo XXXX. Best for Brcnd, Biscuit,' Cake or Pastry yj;7ri25cgir New Tomatoes At Sharply Cut Prices Essie Brand Choicest F r u i t in Big Cans, 5, I T inches tall, eacL JL Standard Brands xargc io. ; laWnLNo. ii fm t Solid f Each.f-F Sweet Potatoes . . 4 . Onions, 3 . Eating Apples, Sfc?sL Prunes, fta..7c; 3". aDAOaTlaQC Evaporated; Choice New CCtCllCSsj California Fruit; lb A wwt9i4-cf Evaporated; Choice New AprlLOlsS California Fruit; lb sOltAOCA cst ' tate! floni Milk IIICCSC, with ALL the Cream; lb. . . Kirkman's Borax Soap, 7 cakes, 25c Butler's Best Borax Soap, cake . . oc Vacuum Washers teS'Ra 39 At Alll 3 1 JamesButlerlnc. LicensedStores Guinness'sStout&BassAle Tlie World's Two Best Brews, recommended by U phy sicians for their strengthening, tonic and health giving . r !-l I 1 t9 .L! 1 (iroperucs. npeciai low pricea oners inis wcck: Bass Ale OA &K Stamps FHEEJl RA tV with dosen bottUs . lO with dosen spliu .. Gulnness's Stout OA iiUmpt FHEE .45 OV w ith dosen bottlea. A 1 ft 'f Stamps FREE $ I .AQ 1. 3 with dosen splits,. M Allowanoc o( 15c per dosen bottles and 10c per dosen splits for empties. Special Reserve Rye Whiskey. qqc Superior bltnl ol choicest rye worth 11. is a bottle, cut to Black & White Scotch, bottle. i15 Butler's Malt Whiskey, bottle. 69c 10c 5e 15c 20c ..8C 12c 19c At All 35 James Butler Inc. Meat Markets Sirloin Steak or Porterhouse, lb. 22c Spring Lamb Chops. ib.20c Spring Lamb. Short Foreqnarlers. lb. 14c Corned spare kids n. n New Sauerkraut 3 ib. 10c Roasting Chickens. Fancy Miik Fed; ib. 22c with All rurckai exoayt Bottar and Sugar. a aiaiaiaiaiaiaiaMaaatj