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THE EVnxWQ WOULD, THUASDAY, AUGUST 8, 1012.
menta nf aometntng la than IBOn.nflO. I
He waa not to have been proaeutrd.
HI Immediate family, clou personal
friend ii i ufflcer and enllated men In
hla regiment had aerretly made pinna
to miit the entire deficit, according to
F. f, Kbcrman, a brother-in-law of the
iiitdn. who 111 preparM to glv hi
entire fortune to tattling the Colonel'
It developed to-day that Col. Corn
well tarried 110,000 in j;r Imuranc In
three rompanle. Mr. Cornwall I
named aa the beneficiary In all tha pnll
rle hut h haa announced that aha
will give up every cent to relmbtim
the peraona who have loat money
thrmuih her huaband.
Col. Cornwall' body mill 1 In Phil
adelphia, but It will be brought home
mi Friday and will b burled In the 1
TRUST FUNDS HELD
This Store Closes Saturday at 1 P. M.
In New York's Ik Shopping Centre
BY MR, TOO
'eteran Faints at Latest Dis
covery and Blow Is Likely
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Important Friday and Saturday Sale of Men's Wear at
Coastwise Vessels Exempted
by Senate, Despite Protest
,, of Great Britain.
0 INEILbADAMS CO.
FROM CANAL TOLLS
Mia ngagd In
Aug. t. American
eoaatwla trad will
vp,t '-iiKSTna r . ah i-rt mi
ItMntll lit yatrdy that Col
exempt (roin the payment of loll I aibb.in Gray Cornwall had aMd the
! paaeing through the Panama Canal. crime af forgery to that of ambexale-
branche of Congre hava nowin)pni sm only did ha loot the ata!aa
on thia proportion, daaolte ihato which h. WM ,r,M but ha tooted
filed by the HrltUh Uovernmeat. ,h. ,., a,hla Ma -
fathar. Capt. It T. Cornwall, hag
When the father heard of th lateat
development a he 1 It t feared
the blow will kill him.
Whan Daw Cornwall oommtttad autctt
on train after arreat ha thought he
waa returning hara to face embexxle-
Tfce Senate lata laat night ref d to
MaBlnate from tha Panama Canal bill
fee provlalon exempting American ehlpe.
! rote waa 11 to ft.
fiatlout to tha flr.al action an axnend
MM propoaed by senator Smith of
waa adopted, declaring that die
option of toll ahouid apply to Amer
veeaela engaged "eaclualvely" In
thw ooaatwlae trade.
A etrong fight haa been made by
aaxetora Lodct, Root and othara to :
present dieoriml nation In favor of
gllarioan ahlpa. Tbey have Inalated
that tha Hay-Paunceforte treaty attp-1
nlated there ahouid be no favorltlam
ebown the aMppIng of any nation and
that the) United State conatltutad no
More important atlll, many Senator
declared that a vote exempting
'eeaeta, with an Intimation
tha queaUon waa not one for
gbtnlaalon to Tba Hague tribunal, Ttr
taaily daatrey that high court and
Ala country In tba poaltlon of
eppoaed to th eatllement of 3 la
va tee by arbitration.
Th vote lu th Senate on the toll
lUMtlon cam attar more than eight
hour of oontlnuou debate. A large
number of apeeohe war made on both
alga It I pelleted a termination of
the loll problem win batten final ac
me en tha Panama bill.
FEARS FOR HER AGED SISTER.
Jate For "ea Not Ureal Sees fey
Ann) Xlaee Inly SOT.
Jane Foy, vnty year old, walked
down the three f v.a of tJr from
her horn al No. (75 Third avenue, on
July CI and ha not been aen aloce. Mf
later Anna I frantic with grief and
anxiety ovr th myaterloua dlaappaar
anoa. Iepite e thorough Matron no
trace haa been found of the m leal rig
The (later feara tha axed woman leg!
her way or falnte1 omwhr. Hha
had no money with her, and wax
dreaaed In a blue wetat, black aklri,
black hoaa and etocklnga. She waa
leaving the houae about noon.
DOGS BITE THREE BOYS.
Kelly, eight yaare old. of No.
MM Sfeooad avenue, and Abraham Lerl.
oar, thro year old, of th earn ad
dreaa. while playing In front of their
reaane early laat Bight wore Mtten by a
tray colli dog. Both ohr Iran were
tahea to Mount Slnal Hotpttal, where
th wound ware oauteiixed. Then
thay watat borne.
Louie AMtJaotT. elevefl year etg. of
No. tat MhdUoB avanu. waa aio brt
ta laat nlrbt by bulldog owned by
B. D. Mantua of No. IW Madlaon are
na. Tit boy refuted medloal aid and
-Mr- Mint a took th dog to th Beat
CaeeWBMaarxal hatd Fourth atrt police
ten, wnere It wea aeu to await me
satdOh Of the Health Department.
S EXTRA SPECIAL SALE I
I Thlag arwTgaltgBgw gj Si price I
I potatoes I
i I 1 A LB. A PECK I I
ljs 2; 30 Ssl
I WHAT DO YtU PAY? I
I LEMONS 3 5C I
I KIRKMAN'S m AF" I
I SOAP POWDER, 7 9 I
I Sa Atlanlic&PacificS I
400 Stor inthtU.S. TtkM pricM far Metropolitan Diitrict only
Today, in the New Store for Men
Men May Have
Choice of $18 to $25
roadway, Corner of Eighth Street. Main floor.
$3.90 to $7.50 Shoes
Men's Low Shoes
for they are all new this season, all perfect,
all made with the thoroughness we exact
from the men who make the shoes we sell.
But it's a joyful fact, of interest to about
800 men, unless some early comers tomor
row morning take 2 or 3 pairs, which isn't at
Burlington Arcade floor, New Building,
for there are only a few hundred
Every man's straw hat on the Burlington Anpadc Floor- ex
cepting; Panamas and Bangkoks
Reminder These are our regular $3, $4 and $5 Lincoln-Bennetts, Sennits,
Splits, Mackinaw and Milans.
Burlington Arcade floor, Isrw Building,
Formerly A. T. Stewart fit Co. Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street
And the prices
Which includes all the direct dress accessories that the smart man requires for Summer, both in and out of town.
are radically reduced to effect quick clearance.
Men's Fine Silk Shirts,$5 to $8 Qualities at $3.45
The workmanship and fit are the host. The materials are imported silks
in plain colors and light grounds with neat stripes or figures; plain negligee
bosoms with French turn-back cuffs, finest cuff buttons and ruff links.
Included are a few pleated bosoms in plain colors. Sizes 14 to 17.
Some of the finest shirts we ever put on our counters, beautiful silks and
smart, exclusive patterns. When we had a full range of sizes in each color
and style these shirts were ready sellers at $5.0t . $fl.00, $7.50 and $8.00.
The materials are fine mercerised fabrics, in light
ind dark grounds, with neat stripes or figures in
harmonious rolorines; colors guaranteed fist.
Men's $3.00 lj 1 O C
Bathing Suits, M1.
In sweater ljit or Jersey weave. Navy Bluo or Ox
ford Gray, trimmed with white; sizes 84 to 44.
Jersey weave or sweater knit, in Oxford Gray, Navy
Blue or Bluck, trimmed in white or black; sisea 84
Vests at . .
Values to $2.50. Well tailored, good-fitting vests,
That we're made to sell regularly up to $2.50. The
materials are flannels and fine mercerized materials;
sizes 84 to 40 only.
Men's $5.00 Silk
Pajamas at . . .
The materials are imported silks, in plain colors,
with self and stripes; cut surplice neck; well tai
lored, nicely trimmed with silk loops and mother
of nearl buttons. All sizes.
CKefll'e store for Dag ead the Her
ivrr" - -"autrLnriAAnjjuTjxrxn n.
A Special Lot ot About 300
$1.00 and $1.50
Accordcon Knit Scarfs,
Made of pure silk, in accordcon knit, with cross
stripes, in 15 different color combinations.
Bachelor Girls' Dresses
(Coat frocks That Fasten in the Frontl)
Smart and dashing little ankle-length
simplicity is their
frocks, whose chic
They were $3.50.
They are now
The smart idea of the day
sweet Summer girl.
Cut tailor fashion with a breezy
sailor collar effect, and the fetching
high girdle skirt that is so becoming
to the supple figures of the younger set.
Made of excellent quality Ging
hams, in neat stripes; the sailor collar
trimmed with pique.
The sizes 14, 16 and 18 years
give perfect fittings to misses and
Special, to-morrow $2.50
O'Nrlll Main Stare Third Moor.
Telle Sad t. Klavetor..
the Newest and Smart
est Millinery Fashion
for Now and I he Late
We invite yvu to select fron
a group of entirely new models
Priced special al
SNAPPY MODELS IN
HATS, soft t locked effects, in
ich pile Hack velvet, stitched,
'rimmed, unite silk soutacfu
raid trimming, $1.95 up to
O'NHII Main Stare Flint Floor.
Made of fine mercerized prngee and madras, in
plain colors, with .self stripes; out surplice neck; well
tailored; trimmed with silk loops and ocean pearl
buttons; all sizes.
Made of imported Terry cloth, in neat stripes or
Jacquard figures; cut full length, with inverted box
pleat in the back; shuwl collur, with neck cord and
girdle to match; all sizes.
Just the sweater to take along on your vacation or
to use on the beuch. Made of pure wool, full length,
with pockets; well-made buttonholes und smoked
pearl buttons; sizes 34 to 44.
Ml Iter irl.i.. ead Neturdav Morning.
This Will Frobaoly Not Last Until Saturday
Sample Night Gowns
Strictly $1.00 $1.25 and
$1.50 Garments at
Sample line of Gowns,
high, low and V neck, also
the slipover kind and about
10 do Ml) Crept gowns in
this lot; some are of fine
sheer long cloth and some
unliric, trimmed with
dainty embroidery anil
laces and insertions; regu
larly $1.00 and SQk
$1.50; speciul at... OlVC
A new line of Drawers.
Corset Covers and Short
Skirts, trimmed with lace
ami embroider, regu
O'NHII Main Rlr- -Thlril llnnr.
A Tremendous Week's Selling Has Hardly Broken the Wide Assortments in This
S Unprecedented Sale of Women's Shoes
We don't believe there has ever been a Shoe Sale in New York City that has offered in a single sale so many shoes (56,0L'0 pairs), such good shoes (regular
$.00 to $4.00 grades), so many styles (over 40, high and low), at such record-breaking low prices 1.00, 1.50 and 2.00.
tfeOQ to 00 Shoe.
Women' Low Shoe Women'
Gun Metal t and S ryrlrt Tiea. welt
..In. I'ntrnt 1 .-iit In r 1, g and 9 eyrlet
(iilxon Tie, turn and wait aolea. with
plain toe and tip. Gun Metal I'uiupa,
with and without atrap. Patent
Leather Welt Sole I'uniu. with anil
without atrap. Linen Pumps, with
liowa to match, welt aolea. ' Juliet,
with rubber herli, plain toea and patent
lip. Hifh Shoe are in patent leather,
button, (aun metal button. Vici Kid
$3.30 and $3.00 Shoes
Women' Low Shoes - 1'atent
Leather 8-eyelet tie, welt sole. Gun
Metal l'umpa, g-atrnp, welt tot. Patsnt
Leather i-strp I'uiupa, writ tol. Gun
Metal S-eyrlet Tiea, welt au.e. Vici
Kid Ties, with patent tip, turn ante.
Tan Hutaia Welt Sole Pumps, with
ilk trail bow. High Button Shoe
with gun metal cloth tope. 1'atent
Leather, with cloth tops. Gun Metal,
with kid topi. High Lace Shore- -Patent
Leather Bluclicr, with kid tupa.
Gun Metal, kid top. BtlK her.
O'Neill Mala Store I tfth I ln.tr - On tal Ttt-Kav
Groceries and a 5-Ton Lot of Uncoated Rice on Sale n
Dr. Wiley suys that Pure Uncoated Bice is one of the greatest nutriments WC have. It is wholesome, a great body and bone builder ) it makj-s hundre U
of delicious dishes and it costs very little. O'Neill's aells only uncoutcd, unpolished rice. Mail and telephone orders receive Immediate attcnlmii PhOH 471 10
Chelsea. Prompt deliveries to all suburbs and Summer resorts. As in all our special Gu.ceiy Sales, we reserve the right to limit quantities. - '",u' ; Ig1" "
$3.50 and $4.00 Shoes
Women' Low Shoes - - Patent
Leather Oxford, welt aole. Gun Mclal
Oxfords, welt sole. Tun Rutalg Ciilf
Welt Pump. Patent Lnither Ox
furdi, plain toe, turn aole. I'utrut
Lenther Welt l'unips High Shoca
Gun Metal with cloth topi. Weft
Sole Mutton. Patent Lggthgf Gnlf
Button, welt aole. Tan Russia Calf
n. E. liranutaied. Off,
D-lb. carlttna f
Faala Nnn-raklnx Powiler.
ti. ih miulln O&r
Cold Medal Hour
Weahtmra Croaby'a Daat,
T-lb. aacka, tbla 00
Irish Hams & Bacon
W. J. ahaw'e. or Limerick,
Iraland, Ham or l a ')Q
eon. lb OOC
1'tx'a Head or Jowla, 0)
Burdan'a Mfignullit iirand.
Bold alaawhtTe for It, tin,
our price tbtl aala, 1QC
di.ran. Sl.tTl tin .
Vn Camp'a Tomato, Vax
etabla or Chicken; No. ai
1 cane, 1Mb aala. ...
Plnait frah mttda Klgin
Creamery Cutter, pa.'kej In
A-lb. eealtij stone era ik
in. Bau. ci era
O. ivt s
Fancy Quran on aa, In T
. aattl r faaer it.m-
gggllla, biu'iclI wiiii spaa
la . ,. ipra in or.
I ... b JLJC
Itlp,, Ollea -It.tliamlan ("lub
t.rtiii.l California iinitluin
fruit ; Jt Una. P''
t.emona lulcy Maaalna 1am-
eiiaj par 4
Oii.ua e. Cllfornl Valrntla
late; pi 41 i,,0
sin.ik.-it ! Vtrleettl No.
1 ara . IN
Hprat'B Cakoe -oo or puppr;
tha OOo. pk.. 4lrt c pka..
aa.1 1 "r I'kx a
falent llarlej Unhlnann'ai
i.r. ilna. bdw . ainall tlna.
It. I Mnnte Aaiia.tgna tlraen
enltiasal aprara. Re. 2 til
tlna: D.r dK SU.MOt aui'll.
liftea v'.tit.t.ti,t.' ratlt l'tit.
Me. J .ina. lltta .a a. . . . liar
Oueker i'om flakea -Kre.h
mi, pax . inia aaia. . .10
Hurrly K.ilrcte Vntll or
ir 01 1., n 'uiiuly pute; 11
os. but , !.". i n oi. bot., 4U'
4-om. bot., SlaVci - bot.,
Cooking Halt Th diamond
cryetal . the pureat t onklng
oi on tha market; S pkge..
Aaprgt.a 11 pa The Panth
r, California, green; No. t
aq. tlna SOe
Oreea (ilnger Fancy Jamal
oaj tuat arrived; par lb. .9e
("offer Kaaciii'o Ackarman'a;
S pkge. for Tc
Moplelnr Imitation maple
xtrai-t, 4-M, bot.. :t:t i a-oi.
Hovf peltrtaH Annour'i;
Ol. pnta ; tKiIld 7-i
liietantanoue hot ulai r -Whltman'a;
1 -lb. ilna. Ilari
PURL UNCOA1LD RICE.
Surety Rice 1 a pura. ntural. un ..aletl rice, fine from the Impurltlea com
monly uaed to polltn ilea The cuticle rmoVd by polinhlng prSCMg I in
reality the moat valuahle property of rice, full "f mineral matter o i mi )
ful to the human ayatam. None of the valuable "cuticle" la takeu off Burety
Buret tVl. xeaeUa bag. gurety 1-lb. mu.llu bag, Japanea ae4 grown la
Anirrlt-a. 5 lb.,
39c 9c 29c
CheCSC txrl Bgfti jrr l Madlum fruit: r, Iba . 45e
N. T. gate-rull eream. J-'' .,, ' .' ' '.. ' ' 'tixtn P" " IOr
Knailah DmUr g.jle.- l-r large iKItl B lb., for N.M-, Theae lea are for all
n, Se P'r " :j'"mm day rlilay and Saturday
lnuwrtrd Hwlaa- Par lb nc l.arga fruit; 5 Iba . nr.i i .... ' .
Itinente 1'ar itr IOr par lb lUe until cloelag hour 1P.M.
-Iit ll.-.i Almondn ram-v Jtin,
dan; Ih Iirti-
Kalhlna Cnllfurnla. looeel
Miihtuiala: lb lllc
Kffliy I'ruiu-a -MrllUm fruit
Ogllrofnl ; par Hi lie
gaiuinn Tha chnf brand I
t; rlut Ilna. audi lie
Itel Monte fruit In Olgt
Taney Ogllfei lila. Lmn
rung Paai haa. While Obtr
rlaa. Aprtcnta, Uaa I'lum,.
Peara or Bk Pluma; IS.!,
jar, nld alaawliara for AUc.
to TCo.i our pike thta aala.
Orange Marmalade Croyau
BhMllWtll'tl In 4 -lb. tlna,
1'oaU end 11. j"-. ..en -.
No. U MM, a fr
Naiad Ureaaliiu Iiur-kfaa;
largs bottle, illlri nie.tluin.
t small tit-
X i .... 1 r
I" I 1 I H
I'arlt unit Bag at MxKliriu
Ptanoo. in, ail un u. a
tin, l Hi t No, i tin . . . .Mr
Org .liili-c -Tl.a Huraty;
rui c. uafrmnu i tuice of
Cpnoord ,n;, qt. hot.,
it'll pt, bat., HO I i pint
Star linllcd l!in--Per lb.,
orned Pjeel Hnnnda Per
I.Ml.c i. ,k Par II'.. ff.tr
ftntakre StoNai Pr :'... irtc
xiiiuked bllccd Beef par
ortrit aautaga Prank
fitria. Hi . item ,o, i.uar-
wnrai. ll., in. Holngn
Ulitod IlttloKiia; pur lo..
;0 O'Neill-Adami Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street, New York City 0B301