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BEST TEAM WON;
UTS HUMBLED IN FINN DEFEAT Joe McGinnity Says Connie Mack’s Men Are Greatest on Earth. . YESTERDAY’S CONTEST COMEDY AND TRAGEDY ‘Merriest Burlesque Ever Stagec in World’s Series,’ New arker’s Comment. IT WAS A SHAME. The thing that ;.iey did to that j ball was a shame In the 1911 s< rieg world’s cham- < pionshlp game. With smashing and crashing and slashing and ashing They jarred It and marred it and scarred it for fair; With thumping and jumping and never once slumping They soaked it and poked it ’way » up in the air. With hitting befitting, opponents -outwitting, They faced it and laced it and placed it at will. With none ever halting they ! kept on assaulting ! And welting and belting and | pelting the pill. They smacked it and whacked it > " and cracked it far out; ; They routed and clouted it right on the snout; 1 They tagged it and dragged it; they nagged and sandbagged : it; ; They bruised it. a -used it and ; sadly misused it; They singled and bingled and mingled their blows; | They squeezed it and teused it for fair, goodness knows, The poor, helpless pellet, ’twas * sad what befell it; They slapped it and rapped it as oft as they tupped it; They fired and wired until they get tired. And that was the end of the ; championship game. - <J. W. W. BY JOE M’GINNITY. It's all over, and the Athletics are the ones that put it all over—the Giants. The baseball champions of the universe are the Philadelphia Ath letics. That was proven conclusively • yesterday afternoon in the merriest baseball burlesque that has ever been etaged in a world’s series. It was a breezy farce in nine acts and one ■c*ne. L Comedy ( nine In Fourth. ._^,J)p^r?ii<^was about two baseball teams who were trying tV> get one pen nant. The real comedy of the show came in the fourth and seventh inn ings. It was an Athletic swatfest jubilee. It is painful to write about the seventh inning, but it behooves us to do so. It was a case of root, hog and die. The fans rooted, the Athletics hogged the game and the defeated champions passed away. GiniitM Greatly Humbled. A defeat Wednesday in New Yorl would have been a glorious time of re joicing compared to this humiliation. By nosing out in Wednesday’s game they put themselves in a position to be shown to the world in ail their weak-, ness and to be humbled In the dust be fore the incomparable and mighty sons of Mack. The American League win ners took four gam'o out of six from the National League “champs," and captured the emblem of highest and greatest honor for the American Park at Philadelphia. Bent Team Won. The better loam capio out victorious. The Connie Mack cohorts outclassed the Giants in I ‘.ting. Melding, pitching, brain work and general sportsmanship. As soon as the last Giant was thrown out by Baker and Mclnnis, Manager MOGraw ran over to the Athletic bench as fast as his short lags would curry him. He grabbed Connie Mack by the hand and congratulated him on his vic tory. _ SviiMfitlunnl Series. The triumph of yesterday ended one of the most sensational and brilliantly: played series for world's honor of any, contest ever played for baseball supre macy. Ko far as the average fan is OBfceorncd, baseball will now hlbirnaie. The teams will have a brief rest, and then will start for the winter training quarters. There was much money changed hands during the series, and the amount of money spent to see the games has surpassed by over double that of any previous series. The series I had attracted the attention of the whole world and other matters of im portance had been laid aside. It Is all over now and the illustrious : . aeries seems to have been settled with- j out discontent, and the pc- iant won by the better team. EFFICIENCY Ho'fr Many Men Know How to Keep It at Par. Thousands; yes tons of thousands of men, grow old ten years too soon. ff you are a man and realize that your efficiency is on the wane and that you are losing money and happiness In consequence, get a Bft-cent box of Ml O-NA stomach tablets today and take two after or with each meal for three days; then take one with each meal regularly until you feel well and vigorous. MI-O-NA stomach tablets disinfect, tone up, restore < iticity to the stom ach and intestinal canal and end indi gestion. They do more, they Increase the nutrition of the body and in case of nerve exhaustion, sleeplessness, night sweats, bad dreams or any con dition that requires a restorative they act with astonishing rapidity. They fan be found at E. R. Petty and help )al druggists ' e world over. 1 DYSPEPSIA-PROOF How Any Meal Can Be Thoroughly En Joyed by Any Stomach. Couta You Nothing to Try Stuart’* Dya prpsla Tablets. Men, as a rule, arc first discovered ' by their enemies. Their antagonists i turn on the searchlight, anf the proof of merit will lie In being able to stand the flash. It was only In this way that Mr. White ever knew that dyspepsia was : one of Mr. Black’.; won enemies. Sit ting face to face at a two-by-four table he handed his afflicted friend the bill of fare: Oyster Cocktail Stuffed Olives / Boston Clam Chowder Strain I Oumbo Sirloin Steak wit’ Mushrooms Roast Beef Hash Boiled Ox Tongue with Sauerkraut Lobster a la Nswburg Baked Pork and Beans Combination Crab Salad Hot Mince Pie Pineapple Fritters Mr. White ordered a “lit: of each.’’ Mr. Dyspepsia Black ordered crackers and a glass of milk, “i had such a big breakfast his morning," he said, "that I’ll just take a bite to keep you Company." But Mr. White could not be deceived. "I am afraid you can’t stand the gleam, Mr. Black. Why don’t you say you have dyspepsia and be | done with It? To ’ll always have that ; hungry look, anyhow, as long as you ! have dyspepsia. Now listen. My stom ; ach was in just as bad condition as I yours at one time. But now I can eat anything at any time. For Instance, ! this clam chowder or sirloin steak or ! even the lobster woulf’ be just as we’ ; come to my stomach as your crackers | and milk. You don't realize how this dyspepsia business is robbing you of | your spirit, of your energy and ability : to think quickly. I can't help noticing : it. You haven’t the cheer and so ciability you had three mor ago. Now I'll tell you what to and j thereat th cheerful Mr. White took a | vial from his poc et and extracted a w* tablet. “T ere, there is a tablet that contains an ingredient, one grain : of which digests 3,000 grains of food. : For even the worst dyspeptic It’s the j only thing that really gives relief. The reason Is it reliev the stomach of near' all the work it ha : to do, digests everything in the stomach and stimu J lates the gastric juice. I can't get ' along without them. They are Stuart's ! Dyspepsia Tablets. You can get them j . .nywhere on earth for 60c u package." \ Yes, it is true, Stuart’s Dyspepsia | Tablets absolutely stop heartburn, nausea, indigestion, dyspepsia of ihe worst type, sour stomach, bloaty feel ! ing and all eructations and irritation, and freshen and invigorate the stom ach. They cheer you up and make I you get all the good there is in your 1 food. You will forget you ever had 1 a stomach to worry you. ' Send us your name and address to ! day and we will at once sfend you by mall a sample packftge free. Address j j F. A. Stuart Co., 169 Stuart Bldg., Mar ! shall. ’ ich. $90,01 MORE TO BE EXPENDED ON BLOOMFIELD PIRNS This Makes Total of $60,000 Which Town Has Spent in Two Years. The Bloomfield Town Council last night passed on first reading an or- 1 dinance providing for a $30,000 issue i of park bonds. This money will be 1 used to take up notes issued in pay ment for park-property already ac quired and also to lay out and embel lish the park sites. This makes a total of $60,000 issued in bonds for park purposes during the past two years. The Council also authorized the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad to offer $3,100 to the American Malleable Company and $2,500 to the Hedden Iron Construction Company for their respective titles to the fee of the land In that portion of Mechanic street recently vacated. This Is in accord with the contract between the railroad and the town, which provides for the elimination of six grade cross ings and the construction of three new passenger stations. A F. Olsen, superintendent of the fire alarm system, appeared before the Council with a complaint that em ployees of the New York Telephone Company and of the Public Service have been disarranging the wires of the fire alarm system, and that recent ly several sections of the town had been without fire protection as a re sult of aforesaid interference. The clerk was authorized to communicate with these cqmpanles In reference to the complaints. Councilman Chabot made a vigorous complaint concerning the deplorable condition of the roads at Watsessing leading to the Lackawanna railroad crossings, and requested the road com mittee to have the matter remedied without further delay. This will be done as soon as the ^nai grades can be established by the road committee and engineer. Mayor Houser requested the council to take up the matter cf extending the fire limits In the town so as to In clude tl.:> Watsessing section. Town Treasurer Osborne Informed tile coun cil that the different committees must curtail their expenditures, Inasmuch as the various appropriations are al most exhausted. A letter was received from thp Public Service, promising a midday service on the Newark-Bay avenue line. A communication from the Fnirvlew Improvement Association complained of the condition of the crosswalks on Bloomfield avenue after every rain storm. This brought on, a lenghty discussion and 'Councilman Hummel declared that all crosswalks need at tention, but that lack of funds has tied the road committee’s hands. MISSING HEIRESS FOUND. NBW YORK, Oct. 27.—Nineteen year-old Consuelo Fajardo, a Porto Rican heiress, who disappeared Oc tober 18 from the Hotel Fellx-Portland, In West Fifty-seventh street, where she was stopping with her father, has been found In a house at 150 West One Hundred and Thirty-eighth st>-eet. The girl confirmed her father’s Uellef that she ran away from him because of his opposition to her determination to marry a Santo Domingan, of Porto Rico, of whom her father does not ap prove. Double S. & H. Stamps Before Noon rj ■ q q rv y ^ Collect S. & H. Green , M'V* vthuble^Tiw I Floral ribbon, best qual SS'SS j'y. S* inches wide., regu the fourth floor premium *3.T J7C, a Dig Special for Pirlor- ' — Saturday at, per Single Stamps After Noon Inroad and Cedar Streets—Agents for McCall’s Patterns and Publications yar(j. Greatest Sale of Furs & Fur Coats Ever Known in Newark Made possible by an immense purchase of a part of the stock of S. Lindau Sc Co., high-class furriers of Twenty-third and Thirty-fourth streets, New York, which we purchased at a recent peremptory sale, as told about at right. , These are all new goods, reliable in every wav, and the values ) are the most extraordinary we have ever,come across. A Small Deposit Will Reserve Any Purchase Until Dec. 1st. 65 French Cony Skin Coats Caracul Skin Coats In sable and black, full length, 52 inches long, only first quality skins used in these coats, lined with guar anteed satin; sizes 34 to 44 A rj bust; Lindau’s f i price *39.75, ^ * g our price. Made of European dyed skins, full length 52 inches long,jieep_ shawl collar and cuffs, jeweled_ or crochet buttons lined with bro caded sil kj_ sizes 34 to 44 bust; 1 indau’s price 57.50, our price * CREDITORS SALE .. OF. i i. 1 $100,000 WORTH OF CHAS. SH0NG00D. AUCTIONEER, SELLS Beginning Wednesday, October 18th, 1911, at to.jo a. m . AT 113-115 LEONARD STREET, N. Y. STOCK OP So LITOAHJ CO. • OLD FOR RBNFFIT OP C R E D J T b R S . Russian Pony Skin Coats Russian Pony, full length, 52 inches, good solid skins, all European dyed, deep shawl collar and cuffs, latest cut models; lined with guaranteed satins, in high shades; sizes 34 to 44 bust measure; Lindau’s regular price £37.50, our price 2 Persian Coats One 36 and one 40, 52 inches long, XXXX quality: Ltndau's 535 310.011 2 Hudson Seal Coats— One 36 and one 38, 52 inches long, European dyed: Lin dau’s price $110.00, nn CA our price. II.DU 4 Russian Pony Skin Ex tra Quality Coats—52 inches long, brocade silk lined, one 34, one 36, one 38, on; 40; Lindau’s price $97.50, CA our price. 10 Near Seal Coats -All sizes, 52 inches long, brocade silk lined; Lindau's Cft nc price $b5.00, our price 37.13 I Natural Pony Coat—50 inches long, natural racoon, sailor collar and cuffs, size 5 Russian Pony S k I n XXXX Quality Coats—52 inches long, brocade silk lined, one 54, two 56, two 5b. one 40; Lindau's price $35.00, our price. 3 Russian Pony Skin XXXX Quality Coats—52 inches long, brocade silk lined, one 34, one 36, one 38; Lindau's price #69.75, 2ft '7C our price.u7.13 1 White Coney Belgian Hare Coat — Shaw! collar and cuffs, full length: Lindau's price #57.00, our 37.50 Persian Paw Sets—Finest quality; pillow muff with neat stole; Lindau's 4 QC price #10.00, at.0.73 Blue Wolf Sets Made of Canadian wolf skins, looks and wears as good as any high-priced wolf sets; made in a large shawl, with a full size pillow muff; l.indau’s F |\F» price jflO.OO, our ^ |JK j price.€/• / V 50 Isabella Fox Sets, l.inclau's price $25.00 to $50.00; our price $17.50 to $25.00. 35 Black Fox Sets, Lindau's prices $25.00 to $75.00; our prices $17.50 to $50.00. Mink Stoles, Scarfs and Shawls, $20.00 to $100.00. Mink Muffs, $30.00 to $100.00. Iceland Fox Sets, Lindau’s prices #15.00 and #25.00; our prices $9.95 to $15.00. Jap Mink Sets, Lindau’s prices $32.25 to $55.00; our prices $20.00 to $35.00. French Coney Sets, the finest quality made, Lindau’s prices $7 50 to $32.50; our prices $4.95 to $20.00. Children’s and Misses turs included in this sale, ranging in prices from $1.25 to $16.50. We have over 100 more items, but lack of space prevents description. They consist of Natural Foxes, Manchuria and Genuine American Lynx, Persian Paw and Lamb Sets, Nutria and Beaver Sets, Ermines, Black and Blue Wolfs, Brook and Marmot Minks, etc., all offered during this sale. I .. ' Hosiery and Underwear Specials 1 Women’s Underwear I Best quality spring needle ribbed underwear; vests are silk trim ^ ined, pants side buttoned, ankle length; regular and extra large sizes; 50c and 65c values, at.... , Children’s Underwear Part wool ribbed vests and pants; a well-known make in a quality selling regu larly at 50c, but some have little ini perfections; ex i rn ■ p e c 1 a I value at.. I Women’s Union Suits Fine ribbed me dium weight union suits, slightly lleeced, silk wot trimmed: / .Sf* val.Sl; spec “ Children's Union Suits Fine ribbed union suTfs; soft, fleecy lin ing, silk bound with silk braid; a weli known make; m regularly 85c; Slip per suit. Boys’ Union Suits Colton ribbed uniop suits, for boys; the fa mous "Essex Mills” $1.00 qual ity; at, cial . • Children’s Stockings Fine ribbed fast black cotton hose, made of genuine niaco yarn; soft and elastic; double knees and soles; extra * » spliced heels and toes; R per pair. 1 Women s Stockings Full regular made, medium weight, of genuine maco yarn; double soles, high spliced heels and toes; perfect j q quality; excellent 25c I Xf’ stockings; per pair. . . * Or .') Pairs for 50c I Women’s Silk Hose Thread silk boot hose, silk mercerized lisle tops, rein forced lisle heels and m toes; perfect quality; per pair.WV Or 3 for 1.00 Millinery Specials Trimmed Hats “^n* ^LVlT, from, no two alike; just finished up in our own workrooms and compare favorably with most any $7.50 to $10.00 millinery in town. They are copied after the leading models, as well as our own ideas, in high-class de- _ signs; they are beautifully trim- i ||Q med with fancies, feathers and al- M IIX most every sort of trimming you JV | could wish for; no two alike; at . V Velvet Shaped . — barge and I UX small; spec. at. Ready-to-Wcar llntd —A jaunty roll-brim sailor, made of velvet and trimmed with silk; value - $2; special I at. 1 • Women's Felt Shaped —Good quality wool felt, in black, green, brown and l/Xf* navy; spec. at. ^ v-JW Ready-to-Wear Huts —This great collection ronslsts of all the new est shapes and shades, trimmed with velvet, wings and fancy feath* 1.98,2.98,3.98 Children's Trimmed IlnlB—Made over buck ram frame, of tine panne velvet, trimmed on side with roeette of ribbon; r e g- , uiar $2.76; spe- 1 clal at. Women’s and Ml.aee’ Blnok Beavsrs — Pina ions nap, email, me e,fcndsp1“JK3.98 Women** raid Ml**«t* White Beaver Hate— Small, medium and la^.sh,%eo8;* 98 special at. Children’s Colored Beavers, In email mueh room shapes; In red, brown and < /vr, navy; value I OX S3.CO; epeolal at 1 Men’s & Youths’Suits You’re bound to like these suits. You I can’t help doing so, for the styles, fab rics, workmanship and perfect fit are the kind you only find in $12.50 and $15.00 suits, and that’s exactly what the garments are worth. For the man who likes a fancy suit, they’re cut on the new F.nglish models, with roll front and peaked lapel, while quiet dressers will like the popular 3-button sack; they’re shown in plain and fancy blue serge and the popular brown, tan and gray mix tures; every suit absolute ly guaranteed all wool; sizes 32 to 44 chest; $12.50 and $15.00 suits, at. Shoe Bargains in the Basement Colored Satin Slippers, in a number of style* to choose from. French heels; regular « r\r\ 3.00 and 3.50; special, at. I.UlJ l.ittle Gents’ and Boys’ Box Calf Blucher Shoes, two full soles to the heel; guaranteed to outwear anything in the line of shoe leather for boys; sizes 10 to 13^; instead of a in 2.00, at. I.4V Sizes 1 to 5>£; instead of 2.50, this \ Ora sale at. I.O" Little Gents' Storm Blucher Shoes, tan and black, heavy box calf; regular storm shoe with two buckles and strap around ankle; \ sizes 10 to 13K. at. I./V Women’s Black Velvet Button Shoes, with satin tops, also women's basket cloth button shoes: very comfortable; sizes 2 to 7, t special at..... 1. / V Misses’ Patent Colt Button Welt Young Women’s Vici Kid Lace Sole Shoes, with mat kid top;. Shoes, welt soles and kid top, rarv all sizes lli to 2; reg. 3.00, a(l • J \J all sizes 2Ji to 6; reg. 3.00, at Z.UU ""“ 1 Hallowe’en Dinner or Party Fa'bors On Sale Stationery Dept., Main Floor An endless variety of pretty novel ties that will help decorate the Hal lowe’en table, such aa: Cat, Devil, Skeleton and Pumpldn Lanterns.5c and 10c Black Cat Candy Boxes.5c, 10c Standing Figures, such as pumpkins, witches, ghosts, etc.5c to 25c Ice and Nut Cups and Candy Bags, In the form of sunflowers.... J5c to 10c Ghosts, Devil, Black Cat and Pump kin Stickpins, at.. .2c, Sc Hallowe’en Crepo Paper, In black and yellow, also fancy decoratlona, with pumpkins, etc., at....,9c, 15c Hallowe’en Napkins, 10O.......,80c Garlands and Festoons, at....?..10c Cat-tall and Fern Decoration^ at, each ....Uc Women’s Suits and Coats The Best NeH> Ball Suits and Coats, That Sell All CTher the City for $25.00, Are Here Special at $19.75 For women, misses and juniors; garments that are positively matchless values; each garment embodies that distinctive style and tailoring that has made the Sny der ready-to-wear department famous throughout the State. To be convinced of l our statement, visit our second floor department tomorrow and let us prove the ? fact to you. The SllifS —They’re made of the finest cloths, including the \ 1C JUIIS two-tone diagonals, cheviots, serges and chiffon 1 broadcloths; choice of any in all shades and sizes. We also VfllllP^ include thirty-five sample suits. a,UCa The Coats Included are the new rough mixtures, zephyr and Scotch Ul'5 tweeds and fine coatings, with contrasting color backs, in the most desirable combinations. By reversing the garments you have a clever and stylish evening coat; also other new models in plain all-wool cheviots, trimmed or tailored, as well as broadcloths with guaranteed satin linings; over twenty-five distinct models to select trom; sizes 14 to 18 years for misses, .f4 to 44 bust measure for women. Women’s and Misses’ Street Dresses Beautiful new models; best quality serge, in navy, black, Copenhagen, tan, brown; new kimono sleeves, deep sailor or square collar and cuffs, a /*% ~ of contrasted color broadcloth; panel I / J back and front skirts; all sizes, at. . . . a Women’s, Misses’ Rain Coats Tan Slip-on Cloth Rain Coats, plaid back, storm collar and cuffs; fully cemented; worth $7.50; special Saturday^ y^ Misses and Juniors Suits Will also fit small women. Made of all wool French serge and fancy mixtures; plain tailored or silk braid trimming, all satin lined; sailor or shawl collar; all - 4 j-v shades; sizes 11 to 18 years; I (I VJ 8 I regular $15 suits, special at * vr* 7 v AII=Wool Serge Lloth Dresses For women and misses; excellent for busi ness or general wear; a distinctly new model, with silk sailor collar and cuffs; buttoned front, in the new em- i t\f\ pire effect; in tan, navy and A. Oil black; regular $7.98, at. ■ • ^ ^ Infants’ and Children’s Wear Our stock of infants’ and children's wear is complete, with sweaters, worsted leggings, caps, mittens, Angora caps, hand knitted caps, worsted sacques, veils, soft knit night garments, flannelette night drawers and jersey leggings. The prices in every instance are uniformly reasonable. Featured I for tomorrow are: CHILDREN’S COATS of fine all wool ^ i cloth, in plain colors, red, brown and navy, J | very pretty double-breasted model, with velvet / l|lI 1 collar, sizes 2 to 6 years; reg. $3.50; special at ■•l/V ] CHILDREN’S COATS of t fine broadcloth, all good, de sirable colors; some with large collars of caracul, oth ers very effectively trimmed , sizes 2 to fi years; /% /\0 regular $5 coats; I U\ i special at . CHILDREN’S COATS of caracul, also broadcloth and chinchilla, in all the popular colorings and nobby styles; sizes 2 to 6 years; m f\n regular S6 coats, S IIII special at . CtULUKEN'S CAPS of fine silk poplin and cordings, all neat and pretty styles, tastefully trimmed, specially priced at . .. . CHILDREN’S DAINTY LITTLE SILK CAPS, with the finest of \aqe, embroidery and ribbon trimming, all silk lined and interlined; silk tie strings; regular $ 1 .5 0; special at. CHILDREN’S HATS AND BONNETS i - of white corduroy, some trimmed with ribbon, gSfoj others with fur; attract- l£2ap ive little hats for the little boy or < girl; very spe- l.SIISaj cial at . wuici vci> iiuuus>uiiie creations ior me nine miss in headwear, especially priced for to morrow.