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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OOTOBBB 8, 1912.
WOMAN ASKS HELP
10 GET BACK HER
Says She Gave Them to Fifth
Avenue Man to
WANTS AN ACCOUNTING
Staples Declares He Put Se
curities of Unknown Value
in His Deposit Box.
AFRICA, WITH A BOTTLE
OF DEAD TSETSE FLIES
Rockefeller's Explorer Reports
There's No Diamonds in
oil King's Land.
Mr. Kmma M. Stoke, flfty-nve j-ear
f (as, who rsaldes a! the Dorllton I
Afatrttrtents. Seventy-flrat street and j
Broad way. will Appear to-day In th.
Xipram. Cour: to leattfjr In th action
ha ha brought (or an accounting I
aalnet J. Han well Staple of No. "
Bha allege! that tn January. 111, ihe
turned over to 8tn.plr to managv
tor bar. 112,000 In caeh. and bnnda of
the United Staiea Steel Corporation
earth over Cli.OOO. which ha haa no;
la April laat Mra Stoke obtained an
na.r for the examination of S:nplea I
before trial, but after he had given i
torn teatlmony his attorney appeal 1
to Justice Platiek to direct hi exami
nation to be oloeed. Justice Platiek
granted the motion, aid the Appellate
Dhrtalon affirmed his rullnit. Applica
tion for a further examination was de
ntod yesterday by Juatl.-e Ore"nbaum.
Mr, etokea ay Staples had. on ac
count of her infirmity nf body, obtained
great Influence over her. and ah now
want the court to decide how much he
owe hr and order him to jmy it.
Staple, when examined bafSN Jue
ttaa Platiek. teitlfled that acquaintance
wRh Mrs Stoke dated from 1X, and
that he hV been entertained by her at
her home Aaked If ahe owned 8teel
Trust bond valued at 1236,000, he raid
h. saw the bond but was not aware
f their face value.
20,773 WAS GIVEN HER MOSTLY
IN $1 AND $2 BILLS.
Dtd you ever visit the Ootham Na
tion,! Bank with lira, Stokes?" he wa
A report somewhat damaaing to the
credit of John tr HockefclHr, the oil
dealer, who made an investment ome
time ago In the rongo Free Stat with
two other xentlemen named Ityan and
Aldrlch, aus brought back to America
to-day on the Finland of the Red 81 r
A II. Hale, who waa one of the Fin
land' pusscnaeis. hd been ant bj
Messrs. Ito.-kcfell.r. Hyan and Aldrlch
to Investigate a rumor that gold, dia
monds and other preclou inetala and
atone had bi en found on their con-
resalon. orlatnally obtained na a our. e
of rubbr upply. Mr. Hal aald he
wa sorry he would tiave to report to
hla principal that the rumor which
took him to darkest Atrlca waa greats
tn hi survey of the rubber land Mr.
Hale, who 1 two Inches over six feoi
In height and not quite as broad, pene
trated far Inland, where the foot of
whit man nvr, h believes,
wf'S let before. Through the land of . e
tartse fly An African Phlladelph i.
where the alienee I broken only by the
heavy breathing of sleeping native--he
Jo irnc ycd. Here It wa almost Ira
possible to ret labor, the natives all be
ing sufferers from lb sleeping slrknesa
atiteM 'lev the bite nf the tsetse ttv
"At one point, among cannibals, I wis
Invite1 t attend a 'man meat' feast."
.! Mr. It i.e. "but I declined with
IK. ., W m
: Hale brnucht a tlat'y-rorked hot
tl of tsetse file with him, hut thay
were nil dead when he arrived. He will
leave for Tlrttlah Guinea next week on
another prospecting tour.
Cholera F.plnenslr In Yokohama.
WASHINGTON', Oct. I Cholera la
epidemic at Vokihama. Japan, according
to to-day's report to the Public Health
Service, and extra precautions for In
spection of ships from there have been
"To." replied Staple, "on Jan. 7,
HU. 8h withdraw from that Inatltutlon
(kTOUI. principally uf tl and J: bill,
ho kicked up a terrible row with the
hank official because the paying teller
had gl vrn her auch (tnall bill. The
nun day w went to the Garfield Na
tional Bank and deposited there M.000
af the cagh he had withdrawn from
the Gotham National Bank."
"Did you handle any of the money?"
"I placed $12,000 of 11 n a bag and de-
Soalted It In the safe of my firm at No.
Fifth avenue. I think the bag alio
aontalned a diamond breaatpin, two
diamond ring and a bracelet. Th
money wa depoalled in the afe on a
Saturday, and I think It was the follow
In; Wednesday that Mrs. Stokna drove
to my oflle and took her money away."
Stap'ea than awore that at the re
quad of Mr. Stokes he took the bond
and some of the jewelry and placed
them tn the safe deposit box of the I,tn.
coin Truat Company In his own nam.
Charle L. Hoffman, cnuneet for
ftanle. td It would lie shown that
Staples had accounted for every cent of
Mr. Stokes money. Mr. Dowley, th
woman' attorney, declined to dlacusa
P0 LAM CURES
To have suffered the tortures of ec
sema, acne, itch, etc., for years, and to
uddenly find that the trouble has dis
appeared after a short treatment with
I'oslara, is to experience satisfaction
difficult to express. Thi is the story
told daily from all parts of the country
of the actul accomplishments of Po--lam.
the perfect skin remedy. All skin
l diseases, including ectema, acne, tetter.
salt rheum, itch, etc., are quickly eradi
cated by Poslam. Itching is stopped at
once. Common troubles, such a pint
plea, red noses, rashes, etc., respond so
readily that over-night treatment il
POSLAM SOAP, used daily for toilet
n ml bath, makes every cleansing openi
lion a double means of healtlifulnrss to
the skin. Incomparable in its benefits
to tender skin, particularly to infanta.
All druggi.H sell Poslam (price oil
cents) and Poslam Soap (price i5 cents).
Kor free samples write to the Kmergrncv
Laboratories. 8 West x.Hh Street, New
50c a Week No Deposit
4 Slip Seat $
Bought in enormous quantities, which
enables us to give you this very low price
of 12-90 each.
Handsomely polished quartered oak
panel and back, and tu'l size slip seat of
real leather. Very strongly put together.
Shaped legs with claw feet.
Take six for $17.40, or 8 for $23.20, at
60c weekly or any number on propor
tionate payments, by the week or month.
Everything for the Dining Room except
the things to eat.
Everything for Housekeeping
Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Curtains, Etc.
Let Us Open a
Liberal Credit or
10 Off for Cash
Just as you Prefer
Prices Marked in Plain Figures on Every Article
Cowperthwait & Sons
Up Town 2 Enormous Store- Down Town
Easily (cached from Anywhere
The Full and Winter Edition of the New York Tele
phone Directory cues to press Thursday, October 17th.
Telephone service must be arranged for on or before
that date in order to have Directory listings appear
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ntill tTTA - III i l
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O Surely St imp Coupons With All Puichaje O!
In New York's A ShoDoinfl Centre
Sixth Avenue. 7Mh tn 77A Strpt-t
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It Is Fossible that Here Are Any Women in or Near New
roth M nno nave Ac Head cf or Vi ilea UNeiL's
Greater-Than-Ever $17.50 Sale Here
Is a New Ovnoriumtul
The Third Series cf Those $25.00 to $35.00
New rail Suits, Dresses and Coats at $17.50
Are Ready Some Entirely New Models
70 Main Hire
ran sera IWAT SMMBS fVnirai ares, mnn'Uni wni
ToMrltltM II. I. K 414 Tnmpklti. At.. T-nit. In.vtll. I-.. St
WS.T All. 111111.11111- IIS Columbia Si. Wr.t llrlyhlon !
New 125.00 to 935.00
Another wonderful selection In
Women' l'rr.irs, of rbarmeu.e,
atin. tiroadrloth and arre; satin,
braid or velvet trimmed: nothing
but thr newest rolorinKS and
everal .mart ami clever
modr'a to rlioo.e front; stars At
to 44; wonderful
T. e Brill Twenty-$20 Suits
for Men, Ready-to-Wear, with
better fabrics, superior tailor
ing, more distinction, greater
individuality and larger as
sortment than you vill find in
any other suits at $20 just
the suits for Men and Young
Men who want exactly one
hundred cents' worth of actual
clot lies value and unfailing
worth for every one of their
dollars at Brill stores now,
Ready-to-Wear, in a wonder
ful variety of new Fall designs,
fabrics and styles.
BROADWAY ut tOtli St. 7U BROADWAY, near numbers St
47 C UKTLAN l)T Wl . nr Greenwich. IMTtl ITRBKT, at Ud Ave.
I Ml ).N ttQUAftK, 1 itii Street, West of Uittatlway.
Harlem Star Open Evmninf
$25 to $35 Coats,
Yon will find in thie unusual
collection Coat suitable for all
occasions, in a variety of mater
ials and models. In chinchilla,
boncle, rough cheviot, broadcloth,
men's wear serve, Knglish mil
ture, twerdaud ailieline, and lined
with best quality of Skinuer'a
aatin. Alan id the soft fine aool
double-fared materials, hell back
or straight line, in-set sleeve; fancy
convertible collar; all ahndr.; Kite
i j i Hb
Women's Separate bkix ts
Mnde in nood quality -crijr. in
flluck and Navy. Worsted
in dark m i i - sf a g tm
VI aW il .aK fail I f rt' II I
WW KM V
New $25.00 to $35.00
In all Ihe m-w Autumn styles,
ci laftop arid material. In plain
tailorrd and fane) trlmmeil
motlrls. The model are jutmt
I our-ltutton ( i.laway. with high
waist effect look-; ikeclevrr LotU
S'rnght M ml, ainle'breaalil.
viUet colinr nrd button trim
mcd beck; the S rtrtlv T..ilorei!
MoUrl, the rclUr, cuff and coat
inarlly bwtMf it li tir.iid, aud th.
H h TwToM Eflccta. ia ruber
tie n Hi:ht or cutaway front. Th.
coats are beautifully lined rllk
guaranteed satin or ( eau da
rygaa. '1 he akirta, high gtrdie ef
fect, plain tailored or trimmed to
match th roal. The malarial,
are men' wear aerges, rheviota,
two-toned worateda, tweed and
homespuns; thr coloring arc
black, navy, brows and taup
Siara 3 to 44 bust one
ure; special a
Convenient Payments Can Be Arranged if Desired
Other apecial values in high
claaa suits; all exact copies
of imported model, ranging
.li prirea from 427.40, 134.00.
-9.rs. of to 46S.OO.
Women's $20.00 Tall no
& Winter COATS, 12.96
Th three-quarter and full length, semi anu loose bark; fancy and con
'r."t'"i? trimminp. nl-n t-'-iri tei'crcd n-cHe' 'n v Rltia, T-n
Women's Messaime &
Silk and .Serge Drvsacs, sis model, plain or fancy lace and aatin Lii named
O'Neill Mala tare I hint Moor.
The Hometurnhher s Interest In
Is a Twofold One ihe Interest i hat ihe Discriminating Shipper is Sure
to have in Qualitu cna the Interest 7 hat She is Sure to Have m Economu.
Just Cnc ot the Rcmaikable turnituic Oltciings in O'Neill' Anniversuy Sale
Solid Mahogany Colon al Bedroom Suite,
Regularly $142.75, at $107.50
rrWr rW W F I W J T -1 T IVV WW VVvwvbbbbbjbbi
Call and Malte Yonr Own Terms
Our Trruw Anplf I New Vork, Nrw Jr..y. I one aUlttud, ( MM tli ui.
Best Creult System One Low Price Cash or Credit
Our 1912 Catalogue. We P Swing Maehimi
Kiiild FrM Imght
AIL OODS 'ARKEU A
Ikl PI 11. IIU.UK
'i t - im hM Ittvp, Han wuodan handlca,
fln brajia locke; the French pi .:e mir
ror li 24k3 Inrhee end tav of Ihe
turea,u contstlna t wo !rua and two
fuel. ruaniueT drtweua.
$f .00 A WEEK
it at -
at i 9.8
H aiTVMrlf'i'. I'. 111. (t il I Vltsl KSiAUUKI III
t. - I r I
$Q50 O Regular i
3D H a,-.a f
W S89M '109M 0W Art
.ill Class I
, O I Domes j
This beautiful FOUR-1 lL SL1TK
mahogany (urmturc offering this year, and
It is entirely different from '
the average nuite advertised,
because it is of solid ma
hogany and because of the
wonderful way in which it is
made. Manufactured by on
of the leading Grand Rapids
houses. Great care ha.
beeu taken in every detail
of its construction. It ia fin
ished a beautiful dark rich
shade. The design is an exact
reproduction of an old Colonial
bedroom suite, the originals of
which would sell for fabulous
prices were they on the market
The HtTRBAU Is 41 Inch, tang an
is made of solid malingitny, no vn.eers. It is
is for to-morrow and the rest of the week only.
May be arranged by joining O'Neill's Household Club.
Furniture and all Home Furnishings Depti.
Th. cnif t.i ii n I, ju 1Mb Ha,
If Inrhaa d.ap an.l al.nJ. Tl lat'tl
htab. Aa you S.S from tti. Il.uatr.tlittii.
Hntl four lafM. Aitd nvv amail dr. v
era. ... h r:i with fin leaks Th.
mirror I. a flna PraMS plats. 1
O'N.111 lloaiefnrnl.htnc St. re Seronil lo
Tha UKKHHINO TAW.I) la SO Inrhaa
wlda. I . IsafeM da.p anil ft InohM
htalc 1 ha druwer la nlr. and roomy
and nit ftlth wuod.n hand .a. It haa
ati la 1 1 Inch u p.ata mirror.
I ,i.i tli Muora.
positively the most remarkable
THh STUCK WE HAVE
ON HAND OF THIS SUITE
IS LIMITED. BIT SHOULD
WE OVERSELL WE
WILL TAKE ORDERS FOR
THIS SALE TO BE DE
LTVERED AS SOON AS WE
CAN RECEIVE THEM
FROM GRAND RAPIDS.
The regular price of the HI JIBAU
Is MMfi sal prist sso.oo.
The regular price of Ihe CHIF
KOM Kit is ISM ill. aale price tsfl.&O.
The regular price of the DRESS
ING TABLE ia 13 75. sal. pric
Tb. regular price of the BED b
S40.t.J. sale price SSO.M.
Tha B i ' o Is a lush tstr w .-
tan: i It. S
t Irn-haa Ions,
th. pnata ar.
you pr.rar yi
neb, wlj. and 1 ft.
Ail th tarntnaa la
i tr.it-, , aa.uuta 1. II
can a.l twin la. S
It. I in. na. aid, inc.. each. IIM.
Artistic Ceiling Domes
deliver, una entlr Bedroom rJutta, In
cliidinir Onldiin lluk llraaiiar . . irf.u
ler. i 'air. Kocxer, llruas Bad. Hnrtna and Muttiea.:
750-7 i2 8lti Ave.. C ir. 46lh SI.
For Wednesday' elling and only while a lot
of AO dome laat it may only an hour or ao!
Not oaly a feat
value, but a dome
that I artistic anil
effective, one of
domes you ever
Made on a so'i.l
lira, frame, a r i
ith auiher. Just lik- pu
We also includr one I on-, xnillc
mantle anil Imrncr; nil fol
special Anniverar Silc pric
Kememrt:r, there a'C USt
HaaMfaralahla Star Maarmrni.
Cold Rimmed Chinaware
Values up to
5,000 piect-s of fiue quality White I'or
rclain Dinner Ware, finiahed with a lovely
liuml of gold, consisting of
Soup Plate, Vegetable Dishes
Hreakfast llatas, (uncovered),
I miner flates. Round Nappies,
Clatters, S sises. Pitcher.
llakliiH Ditbea, Cream Pitchers.
Managers of Restaurants, Hotels anil
IJe;iii:; Ilniist's, us well as Houst'kecjxTs.
will be interests) in this iajt
2S flat Prcnch China Dinner Sets at tI9.9e
U i full M.e piece..; hand.niiue floral dectir.itious.
irith inld handles a very fine act for w Q aa
Stfluu; aprcial, to-morrow $1 JJ O
O'Ncill-Aduu Coh Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street. New Vork City ,