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1 Ife Got Tbelr S4BOO In the Shape efDraft iDF8
Draft on London IVhloa the IxmdoBinU
Dank Cashed for Illra Dnt theDank
Dank May Ilsve to Make CooTwo
Two months ago James Berresford waldAif7TJUU
dairyman In Ohio He had thirty oowia
a wagon and SMO in bank It had takehim
him seventeen yar to make Uienoe MKKInoe
Inoe he began with one cow and bla llttlEnglish
English girl wife to deliver the milkYesterday
Yesterday Bern doni and his wife aten
en Uio dirty quill II of a little smelly rcorin
in Ninth avenue Shed been out looldnfor
for work all day and was crying with wearotss
lit M and disappointment He wooq lyiojwake
wake thinking after a night or labor atboy
q boyls wages He bad just 73 cent In h1lpocket
pocket and not another cent in the worldIt
It was the end of an exceptionally landand
r and cruel confidence game In which baxhiek
2 luck played abig jmrtfor be lost hisflnUy aUfinally
finally by UtrteroinuUs delay In the dolivery
livery of a telegramAnd
And I worked BO antforttlMld BerreCord
ford My GLrdi ow could a man ave thmeanness <
F meanness todpltThe
The dairy b ldnt e was rather elaok UOhio
Ohio last sutnmufand Bemsford looking
ing It all over made up bis mind to followthe
the dream hed bad for seventeen years
S little place at home in Staffordshlrewherifco
fco could bring up the kids There wenthree
three of them 12 0 and jVi years old HeIIOld
old out and travelled to New YorkWhen
When he was ready to al he turned
HSOO into a draft on London Ho bad aboulS240
S240 besides and siferage tickets to Liverpool
pool He put all this In an inside pocketand
and pinned it inIn
In the steerage he met the suave strangerW
W Roberta the stranger oalled himselfEe
Ee said that he was English by birth andlate
late ofSalt Lake City A great talkerfull
full of jokee and popular when the steergo
ige passengers gave their concert he wafeho
chosen ohalrman by acclamation Berresford
ford waa a little flattered when the popularRoberts
Roberts picked him for a friend Theyused
used to alt smoking on deck and Berrerford
ford told one night of the little place heopedtobuyifbeoouIdflndagoodbar
hoped to buy if he could find a good baigain
gain I think 1 can help you said RobertaIll
Ill be travelling about the country quitea
a bit on my bicycle If I hear of anything
III let you knowThen xWhen
When they parted at the dock on theother
other aide Roberta spoke of this againand
and took Berrcsfords English addressThe
The Potteries StaffordshireThree
Three days later Berresford got a lettera
a incut cordial one from the popular MrJtobertA
Robert Running about the country onhis
his bicycle Roberts had found the veryplace
place The cattle could be bought at costbecause
because the owner had to sell quick Berreaford
ford wrote back making Inquiries HeI
I remembers now that he signed the letterwith
J with bis full legal signature Robertswrote
wrote making an engagement to meet hisman
man at Liverpool at 9 oclock that nightBtrreaford
Btrreaford come on Roberts had a niceroom
room He oooked a good supper Andnext
next morning they started out to eeo thatfarm
I farmBut
But on the way they stopped at theGeneral
1 General Post Offlco And there Robertagot
lot a let4Tln his own handwriting saying
ing that the farm waS soldToo
Too bad he Bald but well Jook aboutbit
a bit knowof other places and you canbunk
bunk here with me I suppose youve gottho
1 tho money readyRight
Right la my Inside pockot said Berreeiord
iordTwo days they stayed together AURobertas
Robertas tine openings turned out to bedreams
dreams and on the second day Berrosfordgot
got suspicious
i I didnt fancy the way e looked at mehe
be says Taking too much interest in myaffairs
affairs So Berreaford said that be wasrote
going back to the Potteries next dayRoberta
Roberta asked more questions about themoney
moneAn 1 told Hm If e ad any business togo
go about it says Berresford Robertatook
took the hint ind went away Berreefordput
put his waist o t containing the draft andbanknotes
banknotes uouor his pillow andturned inSomething
Something woke him about it oclockguess
He doeent know w1ult It was but he cancu
I guess When he had rubbed the slumberout
L out of his eyes he MW Roberta sittingby
by the bed reading a newspaperWhy
Wby dont you go to bed said Berresford
ford 1 cant sleep said Roberta He iralkedto
to the door and added Ill go out andwalk
walk a bit His voice was tremblingBerreeford
Berreeford noticed the tremor and thoughtof
of hit money
He drew out bis waistcoat and lookedThe
The pocket was empty He was short at900
t900 draft and six 5 bonk notedBerreeford
Berreeford drew on his trousers and toreout
out of doors At the very door ho met apoliceman
policeman and told him It was a regularEnglish
t English bobby He took It calmlyCome
Come down to headquarters my manhe
t he MidBut
But If we run maybe we can catch himcried
i cried Berresford For answer the policeman
man put him under arrestAt
At headquarter they took it calmlyThey
They took Berro fordra name age andmight
atoryand warned hlmthatanythlngheealdmllZht
might be used at the trial As forthat the draftthat
that could wait until morning Had bestopped
stopped payment on lIPAnd
And then it came to Berresford all at oncethat
that ho didnt know the name of the Londonbank
bank it was drawn on only the name ofthe
I the New York firm from which he boughtit
it He had a pollen mefwenger send acablegram
cablegram at once to the New York firmHe
l He wanted to ask the New York firm towire
r wire their stop payment order to thoLondon
London bank direct and save time but thepollco
police wouldnt let himWere
Were doing this said the sergeantLet
Let the answer eo to the London policeOn
On an early train Berreaford and So detective
I tire started for LondonThe
t The New York firms cablegram ramlng
the bank tho Ciddlt Lyonrots reachedthe
I the London police at five minutes part tIn
In the morning There was comp delayn
i1 In apftfgrlng a sergeant to accompanyBrre
ftI Brre fordAt
At II quarter past o a well dreamed manW
W Roberts beyond a doubt entered thePeMIt
PeMIt Lvonrais nrd presented a drsft forCXM
I CXM drawn to James Berresford He Inoonted
1 oonted it Tho tiller didnt think that theIndorsement
Indorsement agreed with Berreefords recorded
corded signatureMid
Oh I netf write well tanding npsaid
t Mid Berresford Bo he Hat down fnitrid
trid again It witisfled the tailor whopaid
paid down XX > In Bank of England notesand
i and the stranger pocketed them and sauntemi
temi oulv
i Three minutes Irl < r by the clock Berresford
ford and the London detective reachedthebank
the bankScotland
Scotland Yard waa notified but W Roberta
torts couldnt be found After two days offrantic
frantic search Bmwford broke bia lastoverrIgn
overrIgn to wire bin wife the news Sheleft
left her children at the PotteriesThere
i There was nothing for It but to begin allover
over again in America the land of opportunities
tunities A London newspaper publishedthe
i the story and somA kind hearted readersntts
I sntts Friends at the Potteries added alittle
little and agreed to rare for the childrenMrandMrsBerreford
Mr and Mrs Bmesford took passage backto
to the United StateThey
They lilt on the Ilitl old bed yrotenayard
ard held hands like children in trouble aide
raid the litany of thf ir lIUlrerlnj1tIf
bkt If theyd only cabled straight to theIf
If youd only bankf < llt In Liverpool
If Id only started omll wen I firsttaw
taw Robert wasnt niphtr
r Mt we only ad the children with UII
Imojd to bin acain wept on flrI
resforcU When X was 20 oou1ddathJnk
think bl Its Ard beginning Tn the cityI
I can only carry milk cans u ad loft m
only five undrod I coUld begin aaXnIThe
The London police clrvuiar doecnibelSW
oW Roberto OB foUoWlAtfd
Atfd M years 8 feet 7 pr 8 medium buUdfair
fair complexion browp hair and mutUobewore
wore black overcoat blue serge Jacket Yenbroad
broad ribbed dark blue serge nat and trollttrl
sera Uiht clothp k capivrari brown socks laoe
boots peaka wltb alIlit American accentwrara
ivrari erealaMea when reading1 The ereftluu
ftluu CAM ti marked Salt Lake City UtahIt
Ie 11 evtc1anU an xpernavitntfitef andt1
It Is thought probable tto th win endllRYort4
to reach America by one of the steameitaJlInc
sailing from the ContinentRobertflsaid
Robertflsaid that hed been macrookeryatom
store In New York and that tbd boasthe bthe
the place had an adopted eon who maried
ned a year or two agoThe
The Berresford have only one hopeA
A lawyer In Liverpool thinks that he maybe
bo able to hold the bank responsible for soceptlcg
cepttng the forgery He is now presslnthe
the case There wouldnt be much queition
lion over here the bank would have to payfor
for Its own mistake but bow tho Engllailaw
law looks at It may bo another matterSEERESSS
Levandow ky Was Sick After Taking beMallo
Magic ElUlr Prophecy toStepMrs
Mrs Pauline Price of lOG East Thlrstreet
street Wail in the Torkriile police coinyesterday
yesterday on ihe complaint of VftadystaLevandowsky
Levandowsky of 413 Oakland street Brooklyn
lyn that she was a fortune teller and apoor
poor one The accused baa a husbuxand
and nine childrenThe
The complainant said hoi one day last Ootober
tober ho and a friend were walking througlEast
East Third street when bo saw in a windowa
a sign which read that for II the past thipresent
present and the future would be revealedLBvandowiky
LBvandowiky said he wu curloui to gotwhat
what the future had in etoro for him sothe
the two Went inside and were receivesby
by Mrs Price the oeeresaCrow
Crow my palm with tl and I win drawback
back the veil from your future the womansaid
said to himThe
The visitor pulled out a conslderabliroll
roll of bills and put one on her palm Hethought
thought she showed considerable curiosityIn
In regard to the site of his roll but sheInterrupted
Interrupted his train of thoughts by askingWhich
Which will you have coffee grounds orcards
cards Whats tho difference he wanted toknow
She explained that coffee grounds covereda
a greater range and would cost IS Thecards
cards were only f 1cards
He maid hed ban his fortune told bycards
cards and the prophetess proceeded todUclOse
disclose his future in this fashion aa faru
u he could remember It yesterdayHere
Here Is a handsome young womanwith
with a lovIng heart She is a blonde YouU
Uke blonCJ eh Suit very romantlo I11dII
U anxious to marrY a good looking youngPole
Pole Youre from Poland eh I see goldall
all about thin charming young womanShe
She must be rich I see an altar and orangeblojsoms
blojsoms You will marry her ItI neen
lv obstacle here she went on as sheihuffled
ihuffled the cardsShe
She remained silent for a time and thenLerandowskr
Lerandowskr said she looked him in thefaoo
faoo and said It was too bad that he shouldlose
lose such a beautiful young woman withall
all the money because be was sick andlikely
likely to dieBut
But I was never sick In my life heresponded
1 know better You are sick I canea
lee It by your noee My great powersshow
show it to me she declaredShe
She informed him that there was one rayof
of hope She possessed an elixir that wasunknown
unknown to the medical fraternity and thatoould
could cure him She offered to give hima
a sample vial of the elixir he said forSO
SO cents He bought it and she instructedhim
him to come back la A week and bring 110with
with himWhen IWhen IWhen
When he got home he told the Courth
he drank the guff ut the rlal and BUTenough
enough he lIDo side So sick was he thatwho
the physician who attended him said hei
was lucky t4 pull thrndgh When be wuAwlr
nallr able to leave the house he went tohe
the Fifth street station and related hlaxperlenoe
experience Detective Butler went with1m
hlin to the home of the seeress and arrestedBf
her My husband Is a barber and only makesDo
I 8 a week so I toll fortunes to help supportfamily
1he family I didnt know It was wrongIB
abe said to Magistrate MosgWill
Will you promise to stop fortune tellingid
and take the sign from the window theagistrot
agistrot asked her8b
8b said she would so the Magistrateirotod
paroled her until Tuesday when he willapoee
illapoee of the caseBOY
Jar Inspector Hid film Locked UpGetDher
Giver Next Time Said CourtLeo
Leo Herman who la is year old andlre
tree at 729 Leonard street Gretnpointxing
Long Island accepted yesterday from a pas
linger t transfer to a Broadway car atistor
Astor Place Ernest Webster a street carnspector
nspector saw the transfer of the transferiiylng
laying nothing to the man who gave Ite
he followed the boy to a Broadway carmd
md when the boy offered the slip to thosonductor
conductor Webster arrested himI
I dont think the boy knew he wu breakng
loa the law said Policeman Boss to whomhe
he boy was turned over to MaglitrateBarlow
Barlow In the Jefferson Market court Ilad
lad to arrest himMagistrate
Magistrate Barlow turned to Websterho
who appeared as complainant and asuedWhy
Why didnt you have the man amet dhat
hat gave him the transfer Ho was morejullty
jullty than the boyI
1 did not know I wat doing wrongileaded
pleaded Leo I think too much of mynother
mother and my Jobi
The company insists that this thinbe
be stopped and we are going to stop It1clrrd
clrrd WebsterI
I hate to hold this boy and have himx
mix with criminals said Magistrateulow
aHII committed a misdemeanor reirked
irked WebsterI
I sliall havo to hold the prisoner forrial
trial In sicm ball concluded Magistratelarlow
iriow with evident reluctance NextYoung
time b5 added bring In the man Herould
would know the lawYoung
Young Herman waa led away to a celle
He Is an Induetrious errand boy In a downiwn
own brokers office He says be paid hitre
are entitling him to a transfer and theniving
hamr lost ala own asked another piS8etijer
ncer for one that he did not wantOffle
eel One Inspector DIM Says Ho AlwaysDid
Did Ills DutyST
ST Lotus Nov 12CoI George A Dioepstal
pstal inspector in charge of Missouriu
insas Nebraska and Arkansas diedy
tody Wt night he dictated a statementi
to his son in which he answered certainnueadoes
innuendoes that his inactivity had enablede
the ArnoldRyan get rich quick oonoornsharvest
to harvest millions from their victimsDuring
During fire years in New Orleans OolHo
Dto directed the Investigations into somef
tJf the greatest mall frauds over prosecutedfe
m tile was clouded by the pubflcatio n ofport
fePOtU of the Atffloo his removalndceare
ndceare by fha Poe Q ffloo Departmentfor
lot Wuhogton for what was claimed to beInactivity
b1a Inactivity In the Arnold get rich quickberooi
berooi exposed two you ago The reporta
porte BO grieved him that be made thisying
Lying statement
a 1 was the chief prosecuting witness inM
the Louisiana Lottery CUM It wu duen
to rAy eftorta more than to any other perons
ons that the Federal statute on Sept 20
acm Will enacted against lotteries therebyvinR
vinR that Iniquitous oonosm the moocruehlna tiMhlng
iMhlng blow it has ever received at themo
enac oi UH toot Umod Department Tbacords
cords of the Department at Washingtonow
show at all tlmrw ths faithful and IntelligentutJen
mrJIer and ulI1 with which I discharged mytitles
titles during the twentytwo yean of raynlco
nlco I mak > this statement In defence
or my official integrity which In n rnaaurerca
us attakd by the ivrandalotiK assault
upon my nicial cpichjctj
j 4 444c4re1ea44n44
Catarrh and CatarrhalDiseases
Diseases Make Invallds
vallds of MoreWomen
Women than AllOther
Other Ailments Combined
71153 CLflRAGlSE
Suffered Long With CatanbMlsa InM
Miss On CAM 715 0th street N WHWaehlngton IW
Washington DO writeaI I
I can think of no event in my life thatfill
fills me with more gratitude and at the sametime I
time a sense of future security aa a cureer
arter loag Buffering from catarrh broughtjut I
about by using Peruna as directed It naaoompletely
completely cured mel1am CaseEntire
Entire System Toned by PeruoaMM
MM Mary Bennett 1010 Addison AreCbioago
Chicago m writoaA
A few months ago I contracted a coldby
by getting my feet wet and although Iuierftba
UIItWi the usual remedied I could not shakeIt
It off
offJ finally took Peruna In a week Iwas
was bettor After several weeks I sueoeeded
oeeded iu ridding myself of any trace ofA
A ooldftnd boeidea the medicine had tonedup
up my iyst m BO that I felt splendldMary
Mary BennettAHT IW
Physicians Had Given Up the CaseNow
Now Entirely WellMies
Mire Gertrudo Llnford Vice PiwldentParkslde
Parkslde Tilst Club and teacher of Whist
221 Niagara street Buffalo N Y writesPeruna
Peruna has effectually cured mo afterphysicians
physicians had practically given up mycase
caseFor n long time I suffered with catarrhof
of the kidneys had a weakness nnd painIn
In the back lost flesh rapidly my feet wereswollen
swollen my face was puffed under the eyesand
and I had a waxy allovrnet s of the skinI
I took Peruna for tomo time nnd amentirely
entirely well I cannot ndon Perunatoo I
too strongly Oertrudo LlnfordIf
If you suffer from catarrh In any Iform
form do not delay Take Perunlllit Ift
ft once Delay art dangerousART IAUT
hn JTHE <
wa wp
366 368 Fiftl av near 34th stJames
01 James P Silo AuctioneerExecutors
Executors Absolute Saleif
if ir
Collection of PaintingsBelonging
Belonging to the Estate of the LateJames
James McCormick
formerly member of the N Y Stock ExchangeCONSISTING
Masterpieces of Ancient and Modern Artboth
both verified and attributedThe
The SALE will take place upon the EVENINGS of WEDNESDAYTHURSDAY
ON EXHIBITION and throughout the week
Nelgnbors Talked and Children WorriedTfcem
Tfcem With Taunting Cries LatH TheyGate
Gate Lp Their LItUe Candy Storeand
and at Last Lost Their BcaionOosalp
Gossip and scandal spread by jealousneighbors
neighbor of the two Ryan sisters wholately
lately fapt a candy tore at JTJWyckoffavenue
avenue Brooklyn unbalanced the mindof
of one of the sisters and she la now In theKings
Kings County Asylum for the Insane MrsJohn
John Finnan a third sister la also in anasylum
asylum at Kings Park L I broken downby
by her sisters plight and the talk that ledup
up to it Both are in a serious conditionbut
but it U thought that attar a good rialtheir
their rcsBon may be restoredThe
The three sister started their candyetore
store about twelve years ago and mademoney
money Then one of them married JohnFinnan
Finnan a letter carrier end went to livewith
with him at 190 Cbaunoey street leaving thebualncas
business to the others Motile and Jc8 ° pblnoAn
An the neighborhood became more and morebuilt
built up the trade at the womens storegrow
grow in proportion and they wore known toDearly
nearly every one for blocks around According
cording to those who knew them well theyworked
worked hard and paid no attention to theaffairs
affairs of othersThe
The Ryan sisters were the most prosperous
porous persons in the neighborhood andsome
some German women who lived nearbybecame
became jealous The two women livedtlono
tlono and soon scandalous tongues began
to mention that fact as though it wassignificant
significant Neighbors who seemed tobave
bare plenty of time to watch others invidnity
vicinity and discuss their affairscaristant keptBOAstant
BOAstant watch on the candy store Chllyans
dren began to Ct IItrangel y toward tbeB
flynn too derisively MKOU them whybar
bar didnt get married yelled old maldaad >
Ely otherwise worried the two womenThe
The sisters heard the talk and noticed theray
way in which they wee watched Josephine
phine was so much affected that she diod
Ousted it wltha friend and Mid she couldntto
bear to have the neighbors talking aboutr
her as they wert doing She admittedhat
hat the talk bad worried her and her sisteritolllo
itolllo greatly Her friend said she wouldry
try to contradict the false stories that werepingaround
pingaround but the neighborhood coninued
inued to talk and then Mollles healthtegan
began to rive way
The sisters disposed of their shop butontinued
ontinued to live over the store ns ths r hadlone
lone and brood ovrr the gossip that rrnnnaklng
making them unwilling to npJflllr on thsstreets IfltroeU
On Monday last Mcllle bream ft III thatfrs
tfrs Tlnnun waa sent fur Mrs Klnniw
D L Drew Co will offer al amllon Mondayatid
sod Tuesday evrnlnr Nov II and UI the ColStales
Ircton Club ni Fourth Wca collcelloo of tttcdState
Stales and Foreign SUtop Sale begins at aocloct
oclock sharphad
had beard what the trouble wan and hadbeen
been doing a good deal of worrying on herown
own account She had been with hersisters
sisters only a few hours talking over thestate
state of flairs with them when Josephinesmind
mind gave way and she began to raveMrs
Mrs Finnan went into hysterics and hermental
mental condition becamo worse Insteadof
of better until she too was completely unbalanced
balanced Both sisters were taken to thoKings
Kings County Hospital and put in the Insane
sane ward while Mollie was taken to MrsFinnans
Finnans homo Tho latter had boon Improving
proving since then but her sisters did notgrow
grow better and on Friday Mrs Finnanwhile
was reinovi to the asylum at Kings PnrkwhIlo
while Josephine was taken to tho KingsCounty
County Asylum for the InsaneTho
Tho ravings of both women left littledoubt
doubt as to what had caused their breakdowns
downs The physicians say that both oreIn
In a serious condition
In tho Wyokoff avenue neighborhoodnobody
nobody could be found yesterday afternoon
noon who would admit having heard anygossip
gossip about the isistersDVTTED
Auto Wacon Takes to Sidewalk In Frontof
or Dewey Theatre One Man May flicAn
An auto truck belonging to the VacuumCleaning
Cleaning Company of 72 Trinity IlaooBigzttCied
BigzttCied through East Fourteenth streetat
at t oclock yesterday morning Oppositethe
the Dewey Theatre It took to the sidewalkand
and ran Into the Iron columns supportinga
a glass and iron canopy which extendedover
over the sidewalk from the theatreTho
The columns gave way and tho canopyfell
fell and caught Jour pedestrians under IUPolice
Police reserves ambulances and fire engines
gines were summoned and theroiras muchexcitement
excitement for a timeThe
The only one seriously Injured was JohnFaber
Faber of 1S7S Madison avenue He wastaken
taken to Bellevue Hospital with a fracturei
ot the skull and both legs brokenFred
Fred Williams or Plainfield N J WAIOperatloR
OperatloR the truck and Van Old ralle oor
or 104 Montague street Brooklyn wason
on the scat with him Both were arrestedon
on a charge bf luoxicatlon They werearraigned
arraigned in Yorkrille police court andheld
held In IIWQ ball each to await tho resultof
of iabers injuriese
Ie President to Attend the Dedicationof
of a Parochial SchoolVViBinKOTOtf
VViBinKOTOtf Xov 12 President Hoosevelt
velt will attend the dedication of tho newparochial
parochial building of Kt Patrick RomanCatholic
Catholic Church in WaRhinRton on Sunday
Nov M lie will make nn nddrrv and iithe I
the weather 110 fair ho Till deliver tile addrf orroln iifrom
from thoslmof of tlionow ImiullnsM on iCJ
CJ ctnof Jhlo FlcnIIIOOhthfhLlfltlon
bmtlon 0 this oni linmlro pn i mh miniry
ary or thn bit it of tilt oti < h
j 9 5 vaWW
Miss Nalleys Story Short but Interesting
eating to Every WomanMiss
Miss Addle Nalley 187 D street 8 EWashington
Washington D C writeA
A cough the grip catarrh of the meanest
est kindall sorts of remedies home patent
ent nUll prescribed by doctors and noreliefthat
relief that tells my story a story of sufen
feting and distress that lasted four yearsI
1 benthree bottles of Peruna catarrhone
gone appetite and strength returnedahappy
happy woman and none more gratefulfor
for tbo blessing of boolthtbat La whatPeruna
Peruna has done for rneAdcll NailerA
A reward of 110 000 has been depositedOhio
In the Market Exohnge Bank ColumbusOhio
Ohio as a guarantee that the above testimonials
monials are genuine that we hold in ourpoascMlon
possession authentic letters certifying totho
the name During many years advertising
ing we havo never used a single spurioustestimonial
To Whom It May ConcernI
I Archibald Rutherford Assignee
signee for Field Volz 15Maiden
Maiden Lane New York willsell
sell by order of FrommeBrothers
Brothers Attorneys for theCreditors
Creditors at Public Auctionby
by C H Luengene Auctioneerthe
the entire magnificent stock ofImported
Imported Art Goods BricaBrac
Brac and Jewelry vlued at
100000 consisting of Oil Paintings
ings Bronze Statuary Antiqueand
and Modern Miniatures CarvedIvories
Ivories Royal Sevres Berlin andVienna
Vienna Porcelains Ancient Capodi
di Monte Rouen old PewterCopper
Copper Brass Sheffield PlateSterling
Sterling Silver HammeredDutch
Dutch Brass Keyserzinn LouisXIV
XIV Furniture Dinner FishGame
Game and Punch Sets in cndlesivariety
variety thousands of pieces ofEngraved
Engraved and Cut Glass withan
an endless variety of usefuloddquaint
quaint and beautiful things fromOriental
Oriental and Continental Europea
a choice collection of AnimalHeads
P MThis
This sale is absolute to dosethe
the business and offers an exceptional
ceptional opportunity to purchase
chase holiday gifts regardless ofcost
cost or valueBODIES
Abont aoo Graves opened and Sens ofthe
the Corpses StolenSiotJX
SiotJX CUT la Nov 13 Through aseries
series of mistakes in cemetery reoordalarge atarge
large number of bodies buried fa FloydCemetery
Cemetery are missing and it 1s believedthat
that ghoulsproQtln by kno wledgeof errorshave
have stolen tho bodiesAs
As a result over 200 graves have beenopened
opened the bodies taken out and effortare
are to be made toward IdeatifyingtbemMore
More are to be opened Sexton Hansonhas
has had charge of the work and has identifled
fled and reburied all but 130 bodiesCores
Cores Grip andCOLDS
Soventyeevoaa widest field orfulneM misfulnesa
ulneea is to check a common everyday
day Cold that begins In the head andends
ends In a cough77V
77V greatest use is to break upGrip
Grip and dangerous Colds that hangon
on and have not yielded to other treatment
77 comes in handy for Influenza
for Catarrh for Hoarseness Laryngitisand
and Loss of VoiceDr
Dr Humphreys SeventyBe ven b asmall
small bottle of pleasant lIltftflt8 therest
rest pocketAt
At limzrUu 28 fnlanr oatledIITnpnres
IImnplrrn itetlcIoe 10 Con TVHIUra and JohnM
M I R iw York
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4 aNemCoWomens
Womens Suits in Short EffectsSeveral
Several Exceptional Values for Monday JCT11r4
TUtd I1Mr1BJouse
blouse and Eton models made of the finest Broadclothsand
and Cheviots richly trimmed with silk braiding etc TheCoat
I Coat are aU made over silk new plaited skirti strictly hijhclasi
class suits made from the best foreign modelsBroadcloth
Broadcloth Suitsqular ftocnnE
25 0 0Cheviot
Jctslar price I00 to fOOOj U SpAUiUUCheviot
Cheviot and Broadcloth SuitsALSO
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Women Severely Plain Tailored SuitsLou
Lou Coat aadel lined with grty satins plaited ak1rtI25 rtflMt3
thckblue and browavalnc UWU pedal 4U fOjJWomens
Womens Winter CoatsFor
For Monday at Very Special PricesWetaeni
Wen Cberiot tad Kcney doth CostedIum JnifthiTfe
= 5Wcm stWeiress couarlces aodcls lined with utlaialrrc SU00etlal 9 75
Wcm f3i1iVr rmMoBtaBMCettifcentlfnnT tailored with l
dtcWus double kiorted vdvrt collar Used wiUt satinV J ffllhvalue 0 0Woca
value IUOO Hofldty
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colors lined to waift witb utio valae X759t MondayJ JpAfliW
W B isI oadeJothCoat flfrtiche lon richly trim ea l ArtCloow 50
lou lined with whlUtttoT 14000 I Monday f fMVSpecials
Specials for Monday inOur
Our New fur Quarters
Alaska Sable Scarfs Black Lynx Victorinei Labrador MinkTlci
Tic Scarfs and Muffs Blum Marten Sets and all the new runat
at much less than usual prices8ABLZ
8ABLZ fOX osss laths Ions fnll lue darter U 1lI J AC A Aand
and diw valuetJS Monday J ipviUBABUC ISAlLE
MILL rOZ SCATS40 iacbei lens full very lug bmh t A A 171UibM4clnr Ibill
bill dawtYdae 12001 Monday jtpOt0ISABtLLA
ISABtLLA and SABLt lOX VICTORINtS70 inches I A 1 A rTCIons
langextra tine Siberian ikiai vulnc IIJOOi Monday J if i yBROWN 75
BROWN lOX SHAWL CArXSliaed with latinvalue lncnnIMOO
f 2500 I
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Special for Monday and TuesdayIn iI
In Silk Department
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r We otter a pedal pmelufe of All Silk Chiffon flaWs fcan deCytae vCysae
Cysae in a loll line of ttrect and evenios abide also wblte1Y0ry Iiot
Ivory and crurn This II one of this seasons molt popular I 550loft
loft silk fibrlc and adapted for complete Suits or ISeparate
Separate Waists pedal per yardUsual I
Usual retail price 89c per yardNew
New Sheer Dress FabricsNew I
New Importations in Black and ColorsHard I fUIat
Hard twisted Wool Voiles Silk and Wool Ixjllcnncs SHkand
and Wool Crepe very full and complete lines in illcolotitexcellent
excellent values at LOO 125 L3i and 150 per yardThese
These goods are all perfect absolutely reliable and verysuperior
superior values at the prices quotedOn
On Special Tableslit
lit pieces of a very popular Dress fabric wool Cheviot
tome olspecial which ue hnmk and Iponadaalora IUd black I 69oS
special pu yard
An Important Sale ToMorrow ofBelgium
Belgium Table LinensAt IAt
At About Half Regular PricesTint
Tint O cfWe
We will place on sale tomorrow 1600 superfine handloomDamask I
Damask Cloths in very desirable new and exclusive patternssome
some with Napkins to match These are unquestionably thekit I
kit values ever offered at retail in any New York StoreSpecimen
Specimen ValuesSpecial
Special 330 498 598 650 7 2f ft 25 900 1000Value
Value JJO TJS US fZJ ULM 1JL25 1590 172JAbo
in new choice dainty patternsSytdal
sAl at 200 2JO 300 3w50 400 xbNAPKINS
Breakfart fire 219 doses Dinner dte 3wI9 dotenMercerized
Mercerized Waistingsin
in Wash Dress Goods DepartmentHntrUor
HntrUor iI
100 pIeces superfine colored and plainwhite iwhite
white highly Mercerized Waistings 1 25Cvalue
value sp to tic per yard choice at JCorset
Corset Demonstration3etai
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Ladies are invited to a demonstration this week of Her I
Majesty Corset
Madam Late ll ffurttui
ui expert Corseticrc will be with us to explain the mcryfood
food features of this wellknown Corset hear what she buto
to lay about it Every pair guaranteed fixes IS to 36 Allthe
the New Tall ModelsPrices I
Prices range from 1275 upwardHoliday iHoliday
Holiday Apronstfeu Flicasd
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VYt arc showing eowplett taortacnts ef Thanksgiving Aprons refubkfor
for Ckuck attain Teachers Maids Cooks Horpitil ArtbU RubberKitcaa
Kitcaa nd Gingham Apron 5wi f Moll Cambric and Ntiasookwith
with Md without Btetdlaj alit ribbon trianinfricei
Price range from 25c to 200 eachSixth
Sixth Avenue 20th to 21st Street

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