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THE EVfcfflHQ WORLD, THURSDAY, 00TT68I . 1912.
O Surety Stamp Coupons With All Ptfases CM
W T In New York's i Shopping centre
Selling at record low prices
thousands of things needed
all the time by all the family.
ing the O'Neill High Quality
and Low Price Policy.
6th Ave., 20th to 22d St., New York City
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U INF II 1 -ADAMS LO.
Three Hundred Collecting
Money for Smith Infirmary.
Til work of collecUnf; 1100,000 tor
Bmlth Infirmary In a twolve-1y rare
aaahist time began In earnest to-day
with MO men divided Into crewa solicit- I
Ins subscription t'l over Staten I
Island. Seven big clock which showed !
I'''!. mm already donated at a banquet
Tueaday evening had not moved for
ward any to-day, but by nightfall, when
tha collectors make their first returna, j
all Staten Island will watch tha Illum
inated dlala for the reauit. Every
minute on the face of tha clock rep
resents fl.OOO and the committee hope
to set the hands alone; at least ten min
utes before the day is ovsr.
The committee raising the money
for Sun . Infirmary, the largest hos
pital on Staten Island, and the institu
tion whlnh has gone behind M '
mating for fre patients, lust liiet night
In the gymnasium of the Staten Island
Academy and worn handed their re
spective places to rail from a card
Index system on the whole Island.
They will meet every night at tha
same place. An equal number of
women ut.der Mrs. William O. Wllcog.
whose donations to ins hospital have
been large, will meet Saturday and
every noon, and begin a race with tha
mem. Thereafter every noon and even
fag the clucks will be advanced.
STATEN ISLAND NOTES.
Mrs. William Bennett has closed her
home on (luyon avenue, Oakwood. and
will winter In Manhattan.
Ml Martha Fountain of Tottenvllle
la sojourning In l.thewood.
Ihe Hose Maden," a poem set to
music by Frederick Cowen. will be sung
In St. John's l"ar!jli House. New York
avenue, Clifton, OOt 30, under the di
rection of I.. KendrtCk Lm Jeune, with
special soloists, among whom will lie
the well known convert baritone Will
iam J. Simmon... and Frank Ormsby,
ten ir from the Marble Collegiate
Church on Fifth avrmie, .Manhattan.
Mien (Jraco Havens of I'rlncea l!ay
Is visiting relatives In New Haven.
Mss Ueriha Sliafer of Cohocton,
Steuben County, N. Y., has been ap
pointed a teacher In the primary grad i
of Pulillr Srhool No. d, Hossvllle ave
Miss Elisabeth Jones of Tottenvllle
la visiting frlendl In I'aterson.
Jlrnjaiun it, Jaciulsh will deliver a
lecture In the Curtis Hlgii School, St.
Mark's place and Hamilton at en .. .
-N,v inixiuuli. on "Anthraclto Coal,"
The Men's Cluli of Kingsley Methodist
tOpWi-oiuil Church, t'ebra avenue. Staple
ton, will have a dinner In the church,
OB Oct. 17.
Mr. and Mrs. 0-orge Klgby of the
Boplavard. KUnsvhic, have returnwl
from a deiishtful outing in the Adlron
aVsflhS, The Steadfast Circle of King's Daugh
ters of tha Moravian I'liurch. Klchtnotid
Turnpike. SSiistlecorners wll haseV.o.m
Turnpl .e, CastletOn Corners, will have
an entertainment In the Chapel, Oct. 22.
James I, enter and family have closed
their home on lewey avenue, Urent
KHsf. and will spend the winter In Man
hattan. The Seaside Association of Annudale
wilt have a progressive euchre In the
Sllva cluhhouse OH Oct. 19.
The Huguenot Ileformed Church,
Huguenot, will have a fair this evening
and to-umrrow evening. There will be
an Interesting display of fancy and
useful articles and an entertainment
will lie given each night.
Miss Marjnrle Hartley of Manor Huacl
West New Brighton, is sojourning in
Denver, Col, She will be gone until the
Frank Kennedy of Richmond avenue
Port HI' i.mond, Is visiting friends In
East on. Pa.
Miss Sarah A. O'Connell of Richmond
Terrace. Fort Richmond, Is sojourning
with friends In Somorvllle, N. J. She
will he gone two Waafca.
A Wilson and Muraliull campa'.sn clul.
Is being organized at Mariners' Harbor.
Thomas l.anahan Jr. will be president
of the club.
DOG THROWN FROM AUTO
HUNTED A DRUG STORE.
Staten Island Canine
Injured ind Knew
to Find Aid.
Standing at Van T ir.cr street and
Kebra avenue, Stapleton, S. I., shortl.
before- 7 o'clock to-day, HI ii ml eMIles
chief Inspector of plumbing for the
Bureau of Buildings of the Borough
of Richmond, saw an lrlsn setter RUM
from an automobile by a Jolt over th
trolley tracks. The setter was alone !n
he tonneau and tho driver dU not see
The dog fell on Its head on the cur'
and lay for a while daaed. Then It to!-
Ured down Van Duaer straet, it p.is..!
arocory storei and saloona without looV
Ing at tae.'.i, and wtnt strilht t" a
tTrUR itora and set up a plaintive whin
lug In front at the oounter.
John WliM.n, th. drug clerk. Areata
the setter's vvoun 1 and It Is being kep
at the itora for the owner,
BLACKJACK VICTIM DIES
IN HOSPITAL UNIDENTIFIED
An uMilcnllf "d man. about !!i!rty-flv
yean Oldi 'lied in Harlem Hospital
K o'clock lust night from a fraotUrt 0
he skull, w hlrlf It la help ved he re
ceived from a blackjack. His faij bo.
The man was found at o'clock yes
terday afternoon In one Hundred on
Twenty-seventh street between Sec on.
and Third avenues. He was unoonso.ou
snd lying 'n tho sidewalk. Dr. kuupp
who took him to the hospital, sal'
te injuries wi re sin n as would Inn
I sin h as
by a blackjaok, Detective
and Plaroa were of ;hf nplnloi
111a.11 had 1"
uttuulu 1 an I
To-morrow Is the tlral dsr of reglstru
tlsn. If yon do not rearlMlrr you tanu.
te. Beslcirniinn booUis will uvea at .
aV st. aad ilvss at 19 r. M.
Rush-Out 99 Day
The Word "Got" to All
-npjt1' Black Messaline
Yard wide satin mes- 1
saline; a fine, lustrous f gy
lilnck; excellent dress ' '
quality; usually $1.00 yard. m
Hush-Out V rice '
BLACK CHARMEUSE SILK,
double width; value $2.50; g
double width; vulue
O'.feUI Mala Store fler.nd Haor lid St. Wevsitors
Val. Laces, Etc.
French and German Valen
ciennes Edging and Insertion ;
dorens of exquisite new de
signs, many of which are to
be seen only at O'Neill's.
Reg. value 25 to $1.25 per
dozen yards. At, per dozen
SHADOW LACES White
Shadow Flouncings, Edgings, Handings
and Insertions. Reg. value cel.
14eto$1.75vard,at 1C to IvDc
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING 1H in.,
with Floral und Eyelet design. Reg.
value 70c; at, yard OJc
CHANTILLY LACE VEILS Mark, lx
54 inches long. Value 70c; at, -
each 1 VC
O'Neill Main Store Mint Floor
ould not think
that surh a popular and
f a i h i onablc material
would go into a bargain
sale. . Yet here it is, in
Eink, light blue, white and
eliotrope; 42 inches wide;
value (iOc. yard; Rush
Out Price, yard
O'Neill Main Store Mrst Floor.
The (lu'iity, drossy,
light but oomfort-giv-
: !... sV.Cl
litj; ftijK's iniii ntMiiccii 1
is Approving just now.
Jen niws oi nuinioou
finislietl ith fancy
tiisscls. Black or nat
ural, A splendid 14.00
cape, Ruah-Out Price
MARAEOU FEATHER STOLES
5 ami ( roWii 2 yards long. Value
i?:5.50 and 5.00, r rm r aq
at sZaZDnud SJt.VO
nl 1 I , . 1 . 1
DiocKcu M'in urcss 1
shapes, in new styles,
large, nu'diuni and I
plenty of small lints; f
black only. Value $2. 1
WOMEN'S SMART SIMPLY TRIM
MED TAILORED HATS - 5 no weal
shapes; velvet and silk trim-
ming. Value tt.OO, at SZ.DU
IMPORTED FANCY WINGS Sli. k
up, Ostrich, Coque and Hackle
Pompons. Value 1.00 to 1.2.5. At 25 C
WOMEN'S SHAGGY FELT HATS -
1 uVtiiltilD -iti.l llnnik .lll-
2.25. At $1.50
O'Neill Main Storr First Floor.
This is not a oleariniol odd
lots- but the Candy Depart
ment wanted to join in the
sale, so they have a t housand
pounds coining in lirst thing
in the morning, fresh from
the maker, in pound boxes.
They will soon Rush-Out at
FRUIT JELLIES Delicious Assorted
Fruit Jellies. Reg. 20c lb., -
CHEWING MOLASSES Stuffed with
PUN peanut butter. Reg. 25c It)., .
NOUGATS. CARAMELS. PEANUT
CARAMELS. ETC. Covered with thick
rich milk chocolate. Our reg. 40c
lb., special at JdV C
O'Neill Main Hlore Itaoenirnl
20th to 22d Street
Well - Stocked Feast of Bargain Plums on Friday
Navy Blue Serge
An excellent quality for
suits and dresses, a yard
wide, sponged, shrunk
and ready foi the dress
maker; value 75c vard;
SERGE; 54 inch,
all Wool, val- 0
ne $i.5o. at 98c
SERGE: 54 inch,
all wool, val- rto
lie $1.50. at VOC
.O'Neill Main Store, lid Hi Tales If St. Rleiato
tito' Linen Table Cloths
aVOdd lots of fine Linen Satin Damask
Table Cloths and Napkins; accumulated
from our great Anniversary Sale; reduced
from one-quarter to one-third less than
present actual values; 2 yards long; from
$1.89 to $5.50
Inyaffda . M
long; from. . $2.4 O to $0.75 each
8 yards 0
long; from $2.98 to $8.25 each
THE VALUES RANGE FROM 3.00 TO
TABLE NAPKINS. 375 odd dozens of
pure linen napkins; reduced as follows:
sizes 18x18, 20x20. 24x24 and 20x20 inches;
values from $1.U to
5.50 dozen; sale price ftQ
perdozen i70C to $.i0
-O'Neill Main Slore Sernnd !1oort
Sample Doylies, etc.
Manufacturer's samples and odds and
ends of our own stock at a big reduction, in
cluding Doylies, Scarfs, Centre Pieces, etc.
10c value for 5c
30c and 50c value
75c and $1.00
value for 50c
15c value for 10c
$1.25 value for
$1.50 value for
re First Floor
O'Neill Main stoi
$1.50 Lingerie Waists
Waists, all beautifully
trimmed with fine laces or
embroidery, high or low
neck models; long or
short sleeves, as well as
cleverly tailored Madras
waists; French collar and
cuffs; regular value $1.50;
CHIFFON DRESS WAISTS, of navy,
black, gray and brown chiffon; all made
over white; high neck; three
quarter sleeves; regular value - rt .
$2.05; at $1.15
BEAUTIFUL DRESS BLOUSES, of
black and colored silk or chiffon; all
prettily trimmed, high or low neek models;
long and threeiuarter ileeveij c&.
regular value 18.95; t $2.VD
1.35 MIDDY BLOUSES, of excellent
quality white galatea, with navy; regular
or all white trimmed and white
lacing; regular value $1.84; at. $1.UU
O'Neill Main Store Third lloor
Another Lot: Just as Smart as the Last
Women's Silk Dresses
Made of excellent quality
dress satin. Three models,
with high Roheapierre or roll
collar effects of contrasting
color satin, and trimmings of
crystal buttons, lace jabots,
satin piping, etc.; all fastened
in front. Colors taupe, blue,
brown and black.
Still Complete Assortments of Those
$2.5.00 to $35.00
at $17.50 each
Newest Fall and Winter styles, in two
toncd wide w ale diagonals, men's wear serges,
cheviots, worsteds and tweeds. Sizes for all
figures, Hi to 55 bust measurements.
Also the 92S.OO to $33.00
Coats at $17.50
New three-quarter and full length styles, in
broadcloth, serge, cheviot, chinchilla, KnglUh
tweeds and mixtures; aiiea to 55 bust
Save Your Surety Sumps
Small Lots, Odds and Ends, Etc., Etc.
Instructions from the Executive.
Offices to Department Heads
The first tun week' btuinmt of the
Forty-fifth Annin rsary Salt has been an
nn parnllclrd xurres.
It hd.i bem our surprise after another.
It han tWpqjttA nrn our oirn aiiiOiiiniis
Wt havr performed what some regarded
as the impossihlr.
irr in nsl rlrnr the way for two wrrks
more oj achitirwriil . AJIrr such irrmen
dou.i business it is natural that all drpart
menls hare man; little old lots, broken lines,
oddt and ends, etc., that might as well be
out of our way.
(let ready such lots for a "liush-Out"
t'learanee on I'ridau, the lth.
Pm o mitCM 0
on each lot that
will clear it in a day
Xevcr mind cost
these small lots.
M ittV we arc at it let us yirr our cus
tomrrs a bargain frost that will never let
Ihrm foril't . rill's.
lirokeii lines of R. & (
P. N. and The Vogue Corsets,
all new models, medium bust,
long straight lines. Value
$1.00. Rush-Out Price
75c to 41.00 BRASSIERES- Sample
line, all neatly trimmed with embroidery
and lace and insertion; some have
souaie backs. Value 75c and $1 , at
.O'Neill Main store Thlnl Moor..
Infants' $2.00 Coats
made of Bedford cord,
wit I: circular cape, trim
med with fancy liraids;
value U.00; Rush-Out
INFANTS' 3.00 SHORT COATS.
Bedford cord, made with capes, trinwned
with silk braid; 0 months to 1 -
and 8 yeara; value $8,00; at . . . . $2.2 D
CHILDRLN'S 3.98 COLORED
COATS, made of cloth and corduroy;
double-breasted style, with two rows of
fancy buttons; lined throughout ; a
i to 3 years, value $8.08; at $2.98
CHILDREN'S $2.50 HATS, at 9gc
O'Neill Main Store-- Third I lo,,r.
O'Nl.ll Main Store Third llonr.
in Cioods lice foi a Filled
' WMM l . 1 i at
-T- -' V " Hllllc
Ihbrotdered Byron Cob 11
an, round mid sailor 1-C
"wpes. Value 25c. At I
HlM embroidered ones, value 50c; at 25c
'rlll Main Slore JIM lloor
r I'ii re Linen for Women
and Men, sheer and medium! M
weight, nil perfect; value lV$cj j
t. r. Hush-Out price )
WOMEN'S SHEER LINEN HAND
KERCHIEFS 'Sc( onds" of MOM s
lentlgiio and 15c grades, at. each . . OC
"'Nelll Main sior. Ilr.l Hum
Women's Sample Hosiery
mm ami cottons, aottM
lk boot; black, tan and
colon, also embroidery in-
stepi. Value Mc and flOc.
Bush-Out price I
WOMEN'S SILK BOOT STOCKINGS
Mile to ; full fiishioned. h'gh heel and
douhie t(M" black onlv. Value nr.
aoi. At 39c
W)MEN'S BLACK COTTON STOCK
INGS Split olcs, also lisle double lops,
high ipUeed heel and double toe. Bef
ular value 6 pairs for 1.00: . rt
pair IV C
WOMEN'S LISLE AND COTTON
STOCKINGS Medium and light weight,
various styles- black, tan and ,
colors. Value Mc. At IDC
Hsln slor Ural Hoor
Women's Cotton Vests
Fine Rihhcd. High Neck,
LoiiR Sleeves, Pints ankle
length, lb'giilur and extra
sites. Values Mc to 800,
WOMEN'S WHITE RIBBED COT
T0NVESTS High Neck. Long or Short
Slecvfn, neatly trimmed, Tights and Pants
Knee or Ankle Length. Value 88c, r
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Fine Rib
bed Cotton, I'nion Suit-., various stvlcs.
Values $1.00 to $1.88,
WOOL UNION SUITS Women's fine
ribhed Wool Union Suits, High Neck,
Long or Short Sleeves, Ankle Length,
Silk Trimmed. Values $1. 50, -at
O'Neill Main store I Irat Hoor
Kviry imall lot, all odtls ami
SJa etc Ircitii the .lf'U'flrr.
utlery ami Leather Goodl Departments.
. . I s.n 11 If a
50c mil Tjc Scis
DUG r miry , anny
m (W Tea Seta,
$1.','5 Mesh Pur
74c Pearl Bead
rav I rut llwof. . ,
.O'Neill ism I
Women's Serge Dresses
Made of fine, linn, wool
serg''. Three styles, one willi
corduroy collar and silk em
broidery i front; another
with plain Velvet collar and
satin revel effect, and an
other with sudor collar of
ijm; daintily trimmed, I or
ors blue, brown and black.
Plenty of New Styles in Those Beautiful
$25.00 to $32.50
Handsome dres-. ' broadcloth, wide
wale diugonaU awn'" war lerges, ete.j all de
aired colors; ajarT, black, brown nnd the very
a. n-.'etr .V
Evening Dresses at ,17 5
aai - ,.1
. Chiffon fam ia all the pastel hades,
trimmed with fine laOM or silk embroidered.
Colors naie u- .hell Pink, lavender
Book (Graxeucs Lxccp cd;
All kinds, but
not man v of each:
closing out the small lots at
the Kush-Out Price of
o'NHir. mora for Oad and In. Hots. .
$6.49 Chafing Dishes
l ney are mn.l. 0t
heav y Copper, finished
in nickel und oopoer)
they have a porcelain
sanitary fjod pan,
holds 8 pints; patent
adjustable latin, Rnd
ebony side handles on
food pan. Complete
with tray to match,
reg. price $6.40. Rush
O'Mrlll ll.mefnralshlna ftten
$2.75 China Vases
Fine Ha. id Painted Japanese Vases.
Assorted colors and quaint, pretty shapes.
Value .75. Hush-Out -P"ce
$2.50 CUT GLASS BOWLS- B-inch
size, chrysanthemum cutting.
nine 91,00, nt
o'rlll llemrrurnlahlna Star, aawsmt
l Lace Bed SeU
Lace lied Sets, white or
Arabian color ; a lim
ited lot of beautiful
sets that were selling
regularly at $8.00 to
$14.00; Rush-Out Price
IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS.
regulor value $7.50 to $10.00;
NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS.
regular value $3.00 er pair; at.
NOVELTY BRAID CURTAINS.
white or Arabian color; regular
value $5.(M) ; at . pair $3. 5 0
O'Neill Main Sl.re Fourth fleer
Wilton Velvet Rujs
Oxltf feet, extra
quality, high class
style, new color
iugs; value $80.00;
RuabOut Price. . .
Size 8.8x10.0; value .
1.75 WILTON VELVET CARPETS,
for offices, halls and stain; finest quality;
sold elsewhere at $1.7.1; here is
a good assortment ; at, yard .... $ 1 .50
INLAID LINOLEUMS, short lengtha,
odd pieoeai remnants; regular value
$1..5 to 81.0.1; at. square yard 98c
0MM Mala Mt.re VmuXh
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whara iha taa arowth. .r.
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Sixth Ave, 20th to 22d Street M
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