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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911.
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"Better Goods for the Same Money or the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere"
LLI I IU MILIUM,
Rfeiiretj Merchant Wills Estate
to W oman With Whom He
Eloped at Ninety-four.
Mthonifti m.injr relatives ehhrlMce,
b-rr-flt unrlor the will of Johp S. Lyle,
Ma young nurse-wldow will Inherit
rasvly HMM( It II MtlaMUi, The 1
wtll has just been admitted to probate ,
waa inirty when she became
the bride of the nlnnty-four-year-old
VenaJly millionaire two year ago. Bhe
Drat entered hla houae aa nurse to Miaa
getJsabeth Antoinette Newcomb, a alater I
of the fleet Mra. Lyle. and aoon became
the old tnan'e attendant, deeplte Mlaa
Miss Newcomb. who refused to remain
In the Lyle borne unleae the young nurse
as dismissed, and who afterward de
scribed the marriage aa "disgusting," ig
not mentioned In the will, though her
brother, WLlUevm Newcomb of Tenafly,
with whom ehe went to live, la left
Mr. Lyle was the last surviving part
ner of the old firm of Lord e Taylor,
having retired In 1817.
The first Mr Lyle. who died In IMS,
was a Mlaa Mary Kate Newcomb of
MKT Hit BRIDE FIRST AS SIS
Ob the death of the first Mra Lyle,
u. rtfer ago. her sister, Miss New
romb. went 10 take care of the old
maa. She was often 111, and the Prea
bytarlan Hoapltal waa asked to send
a trained nurse to the Lyle home at
Englewood Hlse Julia (lertrude Han
non. tall, handsome and dignified, waa
Shortly afterwards Miss Newcomb
Want to a sanitarium at u hit. it.-,..
Mlaa Hannon etayed on aa nurse to
Mr. Lyle. and In the winter accompan
ied him to the South. When Miss New
comb returned from the aanltarlum ahe
demanded that Mlaa Hannon be dis
charged. Mr. Lyle refused. The alster-ln-luw
went fo her brother's home, the
ground of which adjoin those of th
Thermipon Mr. Lyle an 1 his nurse
eJo;,ed to Vuiikers and were married by
I ji-:k-e of the peace,
lira, Lyle, who was matin executrix. I
r'K'.rOu omilicht, the forty-a-re a
iiil hong at Tenafly, valued at
anil the residue of the old iner
rtuti;, of which no estimate
i. but whl 'h Is said to be tio
: of K0. ,inr). Some have put
tgh as fc'O.OUi.OOO.
-iTS TO CHURCH AND
CHARITY TOTAL $375,000.
.'.' IQStltUtlOna ' t IB&jOM uplece:
I ediierleafl Trad a icieiy, the Ameri
can mule so.iety, tin- Presbyterian H-
pu.l, the Hoard of Homo MwMona o'
the Prerhyieilan Church, the Hoard of
Foreign .Missions of the l'rce'jyter :
Chur.;h end a similar bmly of the ll?
fortnod Onurch of America. The Chil
dren's Aid Society, the N-w York As
sociation for Improving the Condition of
the Poor, the Charity urbanization So
ciety, the New York Kyj and Ear In
.Irmary and the State Chaiitlt a Aid As
sociation each receive t.'Mn.
William Newcomb of Tonafly, broth r
ml ths first Mrs. Lyle, : n-rtvea tlO.nm
outr.gnt una trie nou.te anj land wi,i
Be occupies at i&iinny. ,ionn c
eom! of Tenafly receives 116.000.
M W Ml
m 3 i
No High Prices
Thest are beyond doubt
two Importint factors in
choosing a dentist. OUR
METHODS arc th; up-to-date
painless kind not the old
fashioned nerve wrecking kind
that made so many dread the
dental chair. OUK IVICES en
tirely sweep away all rompeti
tion on work of a similar
high character. Gas adminis
r1 hei -1es'r"d
nil Set Teeth, $5.00,
Pildafl in Gold, Silver,
Ptaita'Jja and Porce
' ;rt, 51c and $1.00 Up.
J Crowns & Bridge
-k. $500 a Ton
Km '9mk I liruokivn
OHl r: Olllrr:
forii'T BfOIMl flOO l ull. ui St.,
huv a ntiii Him Nmr itomi.
ftni lr to llmuiiiiiK,
Mm Kin ft to.
Ninnrlt Ofilt :
Anirrlmn mni I'lirlom, rornrr
llrund mid MiirKrf SU,
Hour K to (ft Siindttm, to tn 4,
pi ju; Ha lent tuition Teeth p
7MMHMu sixth ave, - I8-&I9-ST& J. B.GREENH
EL COOPER 0
X.Pl6S. NEW YORK. I B SBE routes shopping uenteH
All of the Stock in tht
Thirty fMd Depart
These aTOods have hrt-n HiatriKnta1 amnr... k saaal
respondiriK departments in our own store, placed on
special tables and marked at prices that are seldom as
much as M Mahler's prices.
of 6th Ave. AM TJ
MAUI T?r T3T3sTkCi of 6
bvlTXLXXlj.XV OAU O. and 31st St.
A few specimens of the extraordinary values in
this sale are given in our advertisement printed in
this evening's "Journal."
Wuaricr ot a Mil- J lIIl? DV On Sale 1ft- i Or Valum to M. Hmny
lion Piece, of JJ iTT TjLiIVl Tomorrow at iTa -
. Assortments include Bar Finn. Brooehefl. Hat Pins. Belt Pma. Searf Pina. Cuff Links. Cuff Pins. VelfW
Bow I'ina. Shoe Buckles. Larallicrea. Kings. Baby Seta, and a Score of Other Articles.
Beautiful designs of best qualify gold filled, oxidized and German silver
l)e tail of Thin Sale Printed in Today'$ Journal. B,lldlnf M., Aul. T. m ry
Here 8 the
"Choice of the House Sale of
Men's and Youths' Suits
Best Styles and Materials for Midsummer
and Early Fall Wear. Hundreds of $20,
$25 and $30 Suits in the Assortments.
Sale Begins Tomorrow, at
We do not reserve a single garment in this "once a year" sale,
except full dress, Tuxedos and Prince Albert frock suits.
Newest plain and fancy gray worsted suits in Summer and Fall
weights. Many suits made from the finest English Martin serges
and worsteds. Suits in all the newest shades and colors; browns,
tans, grays, silk mixtures and stripes; suits to fit every man and
youth, including sizes for stout and slim men, and the fabrics include
VELOURS, WORSTEDS, CASSIMERES, CHEVIOTS, SERGES
and UNFINISHED WORSTEDS.
MEN'S AND YOUTH
$15 MOHAIR and Ol
FINEST TENNIS and WORSTED TROUSERS; value, to $8; a, $4.65
MEN'S AND YOUTHS' $15 ENGLISH TAN RAINCOATS; now $H.i5
Headliners1 also for Fridau
v sj ana S4 UUT1NU TROUSERS. SI
TING SUITS; also BLUE SERGE SUITS.
Fine Suits in
This Sale, at
$20, $25 and
$30 Suits in
(MAIN H.i Uf nr. Stcen Floor.)
Sale of 98c to $1.35
Hundred of Title Many
thh arm. or thb ummrlost,"
-- Strattoa Pester.
"HOUel OH BONOAr.B,' t ealaal4
"BT RIGHT OF CONQUBST.- kr Inker
"t.lFR'S SHOP 'tMDOW,M er Vteserla
'TRAIL OF TUB LONFAOMB FINH," Br
Jolin Pos, r.
"A CFRTAIN RICH MAN,1 rf William
"THR OOCTOS,- er Baloli Coenee.
THP 1H1TP. PANO." kr Jack t oeoea
inn ruin F.'.-iin s MTS
" i ind Hooker.
"CI.F.VER BBTST," er Cleea
THH PtJRCHASB PR ICE," br
"THE (lADn.T." kr B. L Voyak
"THE PORTtlNB HUMTBR. er
"THE FOREIGNER," kr Raksk Coeeer.
"THE TRACER OK LOST PERSONS," kr
RoWrt M Oamhera.
"SPBCIAI. MUVSKNt.ER." kr Bskert W.
"THE MASTER VIOLIN." kr MrtrJe
"mifE MICE," kr Rlckare Harelng
"THR "-HEPHERn OF THB HI1JJ," kr
Harold Veil WHrkl.
"JOHN MARVEL, kr Tkemae Nrkjen
Tltfi MUSIC MASTER,- kr Cherlea
"THR EASIF.ST "'AT," kr Eugene VaKar.
"TIIH SPtNDTHRIPT, , hi HI III
"THR PRINCE OF INDIA." kr Ln Wa.
"THE SHUTTLE," kr Fraacaa Hodseoa
Four . ... oounfara full of good rVtloa
thai fornirrlir 10IJ In th orinal adl
tlona at to $1 35; a a
iMAIN ., I .... Fourth "r,oor.)
Men's and Youths'
Values to pff
$1.50, at.. OUC
Lines broken. All sizes in
Straw HaU values to $3 ; English
and Italian Sennilg, new $1
gud clean; all sizes J.
(MAIN Building, Second Fleer.)
Five Bargains That Typify Five Thousand in This Midsummer
Five thousand isn't an exaggeration in fact, it's probably
a 20 to 25 per cent, understatement. There are certainly more
than 5,000 pieces of furniture in this sale and every one is a
The'sale is spinning along as full of snap and vigor as on
the first day. And every day new values come to the front.
Whatever the kind of furniture you want and whatever
the price you jave to pay for it, you'll find what you seek here
if it's made at all and in a grade we can guarantee.
Mahogany-Finished Parlor Hocker
lifted with loose cushion-seat;
covered wiih red or green plush;
regular price $10; for the
August sale O
"Kinder Davenport Bed frame
finished in early English, golden
oak or mahogany; upholstered in
velour or imitation leather; sani
tary open construction; also box
for storing bedding; complete with
mattress; regular price $38; tej
for the Midsummer sale. . . Lt I
Quartered Onk Rocker in golden
oak Hnish; large, roomy rocker
with shaped seat and back; well
made tad nicely finished; regular
price $.1.50; special lur SO r7CT
this sale; at alt)
Three-Piece Parlor Suite frames of birch, in handsome mahocany finish;
massive design; stronely built, settee, armchair and arm-nicker.
fitted with loose cushion seats, regular price $45; for the
llrass Bedstead -with 2-inch con
tinous posts and five 1 -inch fill
ing roc9; bright or satin fin
ished; five-year guaranteed lac
quer; sizes 4 ft. 6 in., 4 It , 3 fl. 6
in. and 3 ft.; regular price $
PIS; for thissalu
(GRFBNHIJT Building, SrconJ Floor.)
Tomorrow's Big Sale of
At Q Military and sailor collar
eOC Kussian and sailor
blouse suits. Sizes 2Li to 10
years. $2 and $2.50 values.
At $ f? High and low neck
1.9U models in beach suits
and military and sailor collar Rus
sian and military and sailor blouse
sfyles; vatious colors. Sizes 2'..
to 10 yeara. $3 and $3.50 values.
U !i (tr A variety of fabrics
l.tej and colors: repps,
nisdrss and percales. High and
lew neck. Styles as above Sizes
Z4 to 10 years.
(MAIN Hr..: Sacoad Floor.)
Our Great Pure Food Department Store
M7ii7 and Telephone
Orders Filled. Call
Food for Poultry
HA B0NI MEAL. . I
CRANUI.A rBD i
.MA!) DRBMINO Faun-
ttln qualify j boftlc . . -
Tea and Coll'ee
FRAGRANT CBYLON TEA - On ong.
Enallfcri Brrakfa.l. Hyioti. Gunpowder,
Jtpiin or v . K..
Ik, Dsddy, 2.JS; lb CH.
SAMP1 K TEAS - green. Mstl or 90
1. xoj; 4', lln . l Ih '-
HOTEL or FAVORITE COFFEE M)
GUAOARAI 1 COI I IE
10 Iba.. UaUl I . 1 ; lb
POPULAR BLEND COI FEE
( alwa Grape Juice
Th pur jukt of Cftlifornit irapaa
Dot., ' 4oi., r. . '
Nh ASPARAGUS TIPS Fountain ') i..
Muel.ty; dot.. UJi; can
FAN;Y NEW POTATOES bag, .l.J.
bua'iel, 60 Iba , $1 35; pack. IS ",(
Fresh Fruits and
FRESH PEACHES-laraa. ripe,
luscloua frtlltj large till
MESSINA LEMONS I
KIPH. SWFBT. LUSCIOUS CAN
TALOUPtS doi.. 70c; i tor. . .
Nl I WEST corn
1 USCIOUI PlNLAPPl ls del
NEW GREENING APPLES 5
t ESH PICKED HUCKLHERRIU tad
CURRANTS full quart Jp
Nl-.:. RED ONIONS- white onion, or
yet " onion, 5 quart 9W
Hams and Bacon
In th!e SsVertlsSBtSal V do no: quote
prissj to.' binia, for .'e e 1 lama aa
v aa the .d.eri.cd price of an
other .tore, and fre IU4 nl 1 r tn iv.ve'.
' III -ifl-R BRAND BAt l, j ftp
IKIl D'8 CEI 1 BRA I BTJ
MA.ri TbSTPHAI I A STYI E
SMOKED BONEI ESS
Vt'e rlran fi. i free of charge.
I-Kl-Mt .M V . K i .Kr
B-isI'lN . (IHSH J ib.,
SI t K S
BONITA MACKERI L
Ml KKI ISH I
BR S'l I s! B S - f
lilf ' Nf Jit
BR I Nl H
I.AROI LIVE sun SilEi i
M'e deliver all Paid and Charged O
ni.ll'" ega or rancy i-,'.
.MUTTON aliort fore quarter of
Can.da ato.-k; Ik
I A.VI1 i, of city draaeed
LA.MB fu" fore quarter, ef city
d-e... d. Ib
CHICKENS kslsa quality dry
picked for broiling; lb
Ilk'lll BBS ho.ee dry puked
aprlng ; Ik
SPARE RIBS-aeet plck'ed
com-J flat; Ik. .
HIM KS sweat pickled co-nr I pig.
wtiole lo na of frah Jar-
OTt !l STTI I GROUND "T
ME K 14s packaae .
DROGHBraA IRISH OATMEAL
S ir arrrn can
Mothiks ROLLED OATMEAL 7
rig piwk iga , , 'm
M ill Will. I Li) OATv.i.a: )',
Nasi I Iba
k iln:) OATMBAI
In our Daylight Bakery ve make fko
be.i qual.ty cakec, pica, paitry and
breed. Freak aupphea hot from tfca
oene about every lentv minute..
ALMOND FILLED RINGS i h 1 -g.
Ol D FASHIONED OINOBfl
BR1 AO- each
I K Y SPONGE I OAF I M S
ALMOND OR NUr TAP TS
cut t .
CHOCOLATE BUTTER CREAM
sol 'AMI s ea h
MAHS IMAI.HIW CUfS -
I ,'l SH POI ND CAKFS l.er. me
at. na.... .. .i.i. . an
r..r, ,. . , ., -.11,. .. 1
v..'f . .L. 1.- 1 Ih. ,f A-
THRBI LATER CAKI I elegit, AAm
oenul, cho.olate ef men e. reeh
V 1 PMV 411)04- POUND CAKES -
e..h s , 2 ke L
i UNTAIN tomato CATSUP
HfiJjf (j oat
F"rVY fated . D.a
On Sale Tomorrow, at
Former Selling Fig
ures Up to $32.50
Coats and wraps for dress,
street, traveling and auto wear.
All new and desirable models. Of
some there are only one or two,
therefore wc advise you to come
PONGEE, CLOTH OF GOLD,
BLACK TAFFETA, BLACK SAT
IN, BLUE and BLACK SERGE,
WORSTED. 1 em nn
Some lined throughout, some
partly lined, and some unlined.
Also a limited number of black
braided coats; ideal for wear with
From the treat variety of coats v iiin.rr.e .
example only. (In many instances the aale prices do not cover
the coat of material alone.)
(MAIN Bultslsg, mega, Wsg.)
BeaZ?iui Summery Dresses
Values Conservatively . O fCZ
Estimated Up to $9. 75 At $.l0
ti i.T!" co,lerion' '00 b nd varied to allow of detailed description ia so
IE?"! dvcrtisement Materials Include white lingerie, voile and
daintiest colored fabrics. Some of these dresses are from our own stocks;
others were made hy manufacturers who had choice short lengths ol fashion
able materials. Dozens of style, for you to choose from.
I MAIN Building. Fieat Fleer.)
Women's 3 & 3.50 Oxfords
and Pumps, at $1.29
There's lots of "low shoe weather
comeso two words to the wise are
I. tin a. i
oruer: nuy nowr
Leathers are tan Russia calf,
patent leather, gun -metal calf!
vici kidskin, velvet and white
canvas, in pumps and Oxfords;
not all sizes in everv srvlo k,..
nLS-turne'cs. wetted or
Women's Wh!tc Canvas ttnllon
Shoesplain toe or tipped; high
Cuban heels; all sizes end widths
Coodycsr-welted soles; it g-aaa.
Men's $3 to $4 Low Shoes all leath
era, all styles; not every size In
ij jrio, nut sit sizes
in trie lot; at
7 Die. Ill
Boys' and Girls' R.r.rii
tan, black and whits calfskla; two
buckles; all sites; 11.50 Of
value; at 9UC
Hoys' Sample Shoes and Oxfords
all leal hers; high and low shoes-
sizes principally 3. 3Vi. 4 and AW;
C and D widths; ttn, a-a ng
larlv sumi m -in .. I tM
Boys' $2.S0 Sample Shoes and OifordB--.li - - ii
w.d,hV:d.!ow 8hots . irr ' swr aj-g
Wines, Liquors, Etc. S22
Old Crow Whisky
KeBtUsBI a flneet 1m
letlofii aolj nearly every
where at I . a gallon
and II a quart; apecle!
prist, gallon, ja.4B ' i I
V A t. 8 COCKTAIlvMan
hattan ant Martini; made
o' the fineat eld liquor,,
IJBj quart OW,.
Sir Kobert Uurnett &
London Dry and
Old Tom Gins
f-aaa ef 12 bottlee, A
" beitl.,, le, IT
aign Extra Stoul
HcnrJict botfhnu la the
and noat aaliBfa.'tory
he. aui e It la a in
pn fel vonJitlon.
Barrel of h duren bu'
llta, 40; auU in
minv aio'oai at J a
he e. a) WIM
Harre! of 0 Joitn apht,
fttTH; aotd In many
funaaj at l H) a Jtii , $
aplita; here, ai .
By the Oaltoa.
I'ORT, SI1EHRY, ANOBUCA,
MUBCATBL and TOKAY
Reduced from I2.SO toll H8
Reduced from t oo to 138
kelu.ed from 1..S3 to 114
K-du.ed from I SJ n 8 c
UeiH.V (linger AU-.
and ( lul) Soda
Made from The l-eat arte
elan well -.ale; enj the
pureel fagree'lei 'e; aold
near.y everywhere at II
a doxen ; sSeeiSl for thu
aale. bsrrel f IU doien
oilla .. pi
dicn h Mtlei
WarranleiJ Strtclly pur.
"r lha Gallon.
Hermitage rye. SJ 00 84 HO
Wedding 3.S0 o 04
Chat m . s on 2 84
By the Quart Bottle.
Harmit.i-a 17a.ll. So Bl 24
S8S?1" ' U 9Sc
Wed.t 1 rtn a .
club HesaSi., BOo 74.
BCNI8DAM HOI t AND GIN
--guaranteed strictly pure
and ef great medicinal
value; large botrla, more
'"' a quart, regular price
SI fO, reduced to 7U,.
Oc bottle ,, eTSi
Mo cure 3-Star
Bottled and cased et the
dmillery of Ve Kogee
II 50 bottle
(MAIN Bui. ding, 3d Floor.)
Double frC Green Trading Stamps with Purchases Made Before 12 o' Clock