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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
SHE'S CARRiEO. IN ARMS
OF A RIDER, TG DOCTOR
Wife of Ledertr, Theatrical
Producer, Rescued by Horse
man; Refuses His name.
taV. OefJTire W ti1crr. who befn-a
Mr marrls to the thrntrl-nl pre
tejeer vu Rene Pavls, An a. trcee. tM
thrown from bar aodi..' barBS on the
wxrt path of CaStta! Part at itnak mat
evananr The horse ran on for a Meek.
Mr, tewlerer lay la WW Srcanlna.
A ymint knlirtii. devoid of ancastral
(MBBlim. but In ndlnic coatume.
.Hoped up. Ho .prm from his hOIW
and aefced Mn '.erferer hr name
waa too weak to My more 1'ian
Ta horaeman quickly Ufttd the yiuna
woron from the round. placed her
the .addle mat. then sin-ana up
, hoMIn tier In bM arm pod to
Doris nd KMInn Arartemy at Sixty-
etrcct and Columhus ivunu Hun-
ot prron wore startled hy ne
Odd apectaelc and wundered If II wero
a lrcu. advertisement.
Mm Lederer's car wti walrtrut Bt the
rtoxn afiwOOi In the nwhlne. orcom
ponled by a policeman who had trlel
vainly to learn the rhlvnlrlc hnrsemnn'i.
name, oho waa hurried to RooITtl
Hoapltal Ir. Oeorte E. BroWM fotinil
that her HgM Should.r waa wrenched
and that ah had many bruises.
The Ijederera have two children.
Joaaphlne. three and one-half years,
ad Oiarlee. two. They )!vs at No. 314
Wat One Hundredth atreoi.
STORK RACES SUBWAY
TRAIN TO SOUTH FERRY.
GEN. SICKLES IS AGAIN
AT MERCY0F SHERIFF
Tra.surC5 of His Home Are Seized
on Account of Another
The noreon.il IfM . , . . ;. n Daniel
n. "i.-kiert. raeantiv i tod Irani t
sheriff's aala H) In. Wife f..iii w Itoni
he has taen saltans, i man) pasta, hare
barn vied on Hifain I'm MsautlaS,
levied under llM Slfr-cllori of Sheriff
llarluii net. la In favi of I II M ink or
tfc Metropolis anil I lfel
e lerlff'n sale n , I . t .,),,. placf
two week henrr.
The tudgami Milab Mr. Stakles
paid In the rienn.ir tH h.ilf was In
favor of the LHieoln Tl 11 ' hlju-iv
and waa for at on tv i ?ria has a -I
Ml ra( the Jult:ti. m rrrdltor! npfh:
under It Tin Ran Jii.l;. i.oiit waa ib
talnril before Hupre.-uu Court Jusllre
Ills huff Morula
Toe properly levied
brh -a-hra. , worka of ort
and costly Klf'a mad
Save Your Surety Stamps $2.50 in Goods Free for a Tilled Book (Groceries Excepted)
T In New York's A Shopping Centre
OTTO LAUER NOT GUILTY.
Draarsrtat la Honor hi alWblim
la OHM Tii-lia,.
Apparently IMatrlrt. Attorney CropSay
of Kings ODVBjIf had no evident' to
warrant tho arreat a win k aao of otto
luor, a drumrlat. af No HI MUtM
avinue, on a charae of MHllg bafOla
to a Mlaa Jampole of No. 2H3 lli rrlinin
treet, for mllhur Mr. ilropaev nor an
of hia aaaUuuit Ml wluieaaea tafaMNd
when the caae : I oallad yralerday in
Nerw Jeraev ATaBUa Poltc Court.
Mairlitrate MajOairi honorably dla.
rharK'd Mr Ijio. r. who haa maintain'-.)
from th time of lila art. a' that tie
Wai unjuatly u " ueml.
Th Daaa waa flrat Oallad In N.w
Joraey Avnua PollCfl Court on (.K-t. H
Tlie Ulatrlrl-Atorni'y'a oaaa not
ready nnd mi adjoiirntni ni for one areab
waa taken. The final (liapoaltlon of the
etiae vu usoppoaad by the biatrial.
Attorney or any one mpreti nllnx him.
Quality Good Service
Just another way
Dcrltics ind Soft Hats, $3 ft $4
" Otullsti' Op'lclmns
lla I a ( entuTi tn 'u imh
and it 'a proven beyond
a question of any doubt
that correct glaaaea give
the only positive and
I yen Examined Without Charg
by Rrgiaterd Phyaiclana.
I'rrfert Flttinfl fillHtl. ftf.,-,0 to fit.
With ParA NrarLrinr.t4.SOto$18.
217 nrof!wiy. Astor Hotjie.
22KSiithAvr.. I Mi St 350 Sixth Ave.. 22d St.
101 NaM.u.AnnSt 1 7 Writ 42d - New York.
m l ulton St.. Car. Bond St., Brooklyn.
TK T In New York's A Shopping Centre g
U 1MEILLADAMS CO. i
6th lvc. JOth to 22d St.. New York City
Xow Comes the (heatrxt Sal of Its Kind New York Ever Heard OJ.
t'enann Rarpaa'a lotion Itrport.
WAWflNUTON, Oct. 1 The total
uppiy of .otton tn the 1'n teil Hta:a on
Se).t ai waa 2.I10.67B running balea.
Aanea Komoaky, twenty-one
yaara old, o( Ellraheth. N. J., waa ,i
paaenger In a aouthhoiiniltauhway train
iaat night, when at Kulton atreet ahv
backonad to othei women In the ear
Ttery learned btr trouble and not Itlexl
th conductor, who onlered a quirk run
ta South Kerry, the motorman blowing
hla whlatle for aMlntance.
lira. Komoaky waa taken off the r.it
by the women and the train waa quickly
ran out of the etatton. Tatrolman
Nar of the Greenwich atret atatlon.
and Pr. Krlaxltnan from Volunteer
Hoapltal, arrived and eoon an eight
pound baby boy came on the acene.
Dr. Friedman akd the mother:
"Are you going to name him 'Bub
way P "
"No. he will not tie named 'Runway,' "
th woman replied. Uoth are doing
wall la the hoapltal.
Wllaoa, M Tart. Ill T. R ., 4.
A (traw vol taken In the County
Clark's office yeaterday gave Wileon
St. Taft H. and Roeaevelt 4 vote. The
vat for the Governorship was: Suiter,
Hadgea. 10; fltraua, I.
K-4 HAIDEN LAN-f7Q 5R
Special To-Day & To-Morrow
Our wholesale price to yon
price Is at least
Ouarantced o ) I d go)d.
OKNIDNM KIM. I, (TUT lilA
M"H and real pmirl acarf
pin. Ten UIITeruiit dealgna.
Money back II you want It
Rend for llliistratad whole
aali prist Hat.
X.T Mall llrdera Riled. T H
FRANCIS H. IEGGETT & COMPANY
The World Knows
the best preventive and cor
rective of disorders of the
digestive organs is the gentle
harmless, vegetable, always
effective family remedy
SaU esiywbn I
-ef tfu America's Greatest
Mmm HU Inrnlfnrr Hnu
35t Block 8th Av. 36
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
Newark, N. J., Storm, 4 and 51 Market Strr t
One Dollar for a
Complete Room Outfit
PAY ONE DOLLAR, aalect anything you
nad to furnish a room completely and
w will dalivar tha gooda promptly to
your homo, and YOU CAN PAY II 11
BALANCE IN SMALL WEEKLY PAY
MENTS. This is a straight, bona-fitle
chance for you to gat everything you
want to furnish a room completely by
paying ONE DOLLAR NOW and tha
balance In email weekly peymenta.
St, l '
$20 Solid Oak
top with 12s
mirror; 2 top
lined for ail
v r ; large
I 'Vfaya' Single Stamps
k. y Altenwns J
I ecu No Red t ape A
to This Oller-f f
Iff No String
No Extra Charges ol Any Kind
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
This offer is good for you, too, whether
your account ia still open or if you
have closed it. Bring One Dollar and
aelect whatever you need
Any advertised articles may be Included
in your outfit or you can open an ac
count by buying a single advertised ar
ticle t the advertised prico WITHOUT
ANY EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND
Accounts Opened From
$5 to $1000
On Small Weekly
WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE
Whan you make your purchaee you receive a
certificate which guarauteea thai in case of
tha death of tho wage earner of your family
we will ut once give you n receipted bill
full of your account without extra charge.
We Sell Only Durable. Well-Made Furniture at Money-Saving Pricei
nssssaaaassa saw , ' "is . . a .aaa.amwaai s sw
Tremendous Money-Saving Sale of High Grade Enn tie! Steel Bcda.l
A Manufacturer's Entire Sample Line to Go at About Half Their Regular Price.
$6 Brass Trimmed Fteel Bed
etHklnfflir pr?tt tli-niKU. ti rutl eff l.
Rrtaa flmniM. t llciil i uii- tn II. n
gNW iiiule ani tlllrra. Mural tAhlU1
Iinuni mil aura.
$9 50 Brait TrirniTteil Strcl Bed
M it I" it v
iiir. is. it ,hii.t ..r hcui nR
In. Hi UU Dl fuul, lit In. t mn mil
Mill! npiUUli- Ol I.lt4fc. t -I II. tpuUrtl
Plliiiut'l. tl I a
( Continuous Post Stel Bed
JU a I a yii
Vcrv ttnirllvf nptv l inn with fnnrr
i nm I f fiH U In i' in) ihmI ftiot. Iifavf
itlllnra. it ii inmiiiif) him! hneUa.
atrniiK i i' Hall ui ltJ j brat Ii Krii M Ulle
$4.50 White Enamel Bed
II M S II
( oBliiiiioii- nii.la. 11. -Mil Inrlie. hlsli.
ante h.-.i llllara la bead aud leat.
Uaawr eSUIa. SUjljsas.
9 Brass Trimmed Steel Bed
nil L hrnti
Heavy poet, and i ro. j aaW
fllllaa ru.l. in heaul aaul fa
nrt mil I. Ileal baked at
L L.sriill iwti
Mtrautlte ilerlaa allli beavr ranHaaeva
ihwii unit ...'u flllera. raui-r bead ana
loot imnel.. with linaa. .ilaulia an
maaalve i hill.. I ineat alilte aaamel nv
Uli. sacevUtuiailr aUoua ceavMrueaea.
English Slip-on Rain Coats
For All the Family in a Most Extraordinary Sale
Such a Purchase and Such a Sale Could Hardly Happen More Than Once in a Lifetime.
It is the Only Time This Manufacturer Has Ever Been Obliged to Sacrifice His Stocks.
While you have been enjoying summer weather right up to the
middle of October, the Auto Wear Rain Coat Co. has been anxiously
waiting for Mr. J. Pluvius to wet everybody with rain so that their
O big and bigger every day slocks would move. They kept on
. A.1 Ml . . j. a a I .a at
maicing me nne quality rain oojils tor wlncn tney are famous,
hoping for the showers that would sell the stock with a rush. "It
must rain in a few days," everybody said; but it didn't. Finally they
had to do something drastic; they had to dispose of the immense
stocks, and a few hours' negotiation with O'Neill-Adnms Co. opened
a way to them almost 2,000 Coats at 57c on the dollar.
Now it is the time when it always rains, and with
it comes this, the most wonderful Money-Saving
Rain-Coat Sale you ever met with.
The styles, the materials and the splendid way in which
they are made are the things to bear in mind, as well as the prices,
which are almost half.
This Letter Decided the Purchase
Auto Wear Rain Coat Co.
far Ma. Wmmi siwl Boat
ms auicua mm
I aaalaae S aarap yaua Wfer at fifty a ti an tut
ileal, tat af aaaf inssassral saw mmm . WU , sM asryo'
aaa aaaatallf taapaaiasl tal
taVSt il II isl af tea feasant IRM tHM
to In errtyaji as at us gjientsaj af a laaasn. aaasa
m V ell saaaa-a af tea raaily.
Wt aaaasasn t 9m ta aarasaas an aaa yaaS
raja tan aeaa.
On account of the ver'
large stocks involved, this
Sale will be held in
Dad and the Boys
Including the Women's,
blisses' and Girls' Rain
Four Entrance, directly from Sixth
Rain Coats for Boys
$1.98 to $4.98
Values $3.50 to $7.50
Boys' Kaiit Coats in single und double
texture rubberised tweeds, enssimercs,
Cantons and silks and rubber-faced
fabrics, in tan, olive, gray and fancies;
made with military collars; rut good
length and full sizes; 4 to 18 years.
Rain Coats for Girls
Values $3.50 to $7.50
Girls' Ruin ("outs in single and double
texture "rubberized Tweeds, cassimeres,
gros-grain and poplin and rubber-faced
fubrirs, in a large variety of shades,
mnde to button up to the neck, with
niilitury collar; sizes 4 to 14 years.
Rain Coats for Men
$7.98, $9.98 r $11.48
Values $12.00, $15.00 and $20.00
Men's Rain Coats, of double texture, plaid back, rublterized imported
Canton and Paramatta cloth, in olive, several shades of tan and blue;
cut in single-breasted style with military collar and huvc good sweep sizes
84 to 44.
Ram Coats for Women & Misses S
a- . . II
.98 8.48 & 9.98
Values $10.00, $12.00 and up to $20.00
In single and double texture rublterized, of fancy wool tweeds, wool cassi
meres, imported Canton poplins and silks in black, gruy, blues and several shades
of tan, in medium and light weight; some ,tre plain, others are trimmed with
velvet; some are belted back; military or shaped collars. Sizes 34 to ii; misses',
14 to 20,
On Sale at O'Neill's Store for Dad and the Boys Home
furnishings Building, Street Floor.
S Would You Pay $17.50 for a New
Suit, Dress or Coat from a
World Famous Paris Modiste ?
new gaiments The Newest Ideas of All the Recog
nized Foreign Creator; ot Fashions
Are Seen in Tiese Beautiful
Suits, Coats and Dresses,
Under Ordinary Conditions These
Garments Could Not Be Sold for
Less Than $25.00 to $35.00
Paris style, a foreign creator's original
ity and New York's best workman
ship, all put into your new fall suit, coat
or dress for only $17.50. We cannot im-
auine a more attractive inducement to
the best dressed women to buy their
Styles for every occasion whether for
dress wear or personal adornment, for
morning, afternoon, or for the home and
its comforts--is now at its best at O'Neill
Adams. It is a pleasure to choose from
such complete varieties, knowing that in
every article the high standard of O'Neill
Adams quality is maintained.
New $25.00 to $35.00
Coats at $17.50
H fi Some of the
Jf on sa,c at $17.50
SH 4 I
ta A C
omens r.ngora sweaters
The Newest and Smartest Idea
For the Well Dressed Woman
Something different something out of the ordinary
distinctive, that's what I want" so wc hear many particular
Here is a Sweater Coat that la quite different, and with
a smartness all its own and a sjtecial O'Neill price on it.
Women's "Angora" Sweaters, 8.98 to $li.98
Beautifully knitted in the I0112. wuollv yarn that is so fine lookinc and
Tery comfortable and serviceable. Two styles for your mlectioa.
Women's "Angora" Outer Vests for S2.50
The same soft, deep woolly weave as the angora sweaters; a targe variety.
Women's Regulation Sweaters. I Misses' and Children's Knitted
at 12.50 Plain aud fancy weave, wor-I Aviation Caps, st 50c Worsted.
sted, white, grey and red: ,i a aborted styles, fancy weave: a
S3.0Oandt3.iU values, at. Si.DU i special vulue ' DUc
O'Neill Mala Stare. Vlrat PTaWt, Thurailav.
Can Be Arranged if Desired
We Have Never Sold Such Fine
Undermuslins at 69c
The best any store has ever done is to poll such qualities at
75c to $1.00.
Limited supplies of the various materials and trimmings all
put into one lot, made up and sold "special" to O'Neill's, d.d it.
NIGHT GOWNS, in high, low or V neck styles, dainty Chemise, handsomely
trimmed Combinations, pretty Corset Covers, as well as Drawers,
SK'rt. ana some vrepe mgnt uowns, nil neatly trimmcu r e
with laces, embroideries, insertions, etc. Wonderful values at. . . 0rC
11.30 NIGHTGOWNS OF MA
SONVILLE MUSLIN AT l.0O
High, V and squar- neck, yoke of Ana
tucking, trimmed with embroidery;
slso the extra sires.
75c CORSET COVERS AND
DRAWERS AT 50c. A Special new
Line of Corset Covers and Drawers,
including the extra sis? drawers, also
Crepe Drawers, open or closed style
O'Neill Main Store. Third Floor. Thursday.
$25.00 to $35.00 Suits
at $17 50
Suits lor Women and Smsll
Women, plain tailored and fancv
trimmed with fancy buttons, brsid
and velvet. There are at least i(t
models to choose from. Tlie
materials: The new two-toned wide
wale diagonals, homespuns, men's
wear srrge sud cheviots. Colors are
navy, brown, black and taupe; also
the new two-toneil colorings
from Si to 86 bust
measure. rpmu.l at
Silk and Cloth Dresses,
$22.50 to $37.50 Values,
There are IS models to choose
from. Channelise dresses are trim
med with lace yokes, fancy buttons
and velvet. Colors: Illack. blue,
brown and taupe. Woolen dresses,
trimming! of satin braid and novelty
button. Materials broadcloth, serge,
bsskil-weave and two-toned Bed
ford cord. Some are copies ol
imported models, in all sises from 3t
to 4 bust measure. aw $Lf
Kprrial value It .Jt
II' N fill Mam afoes mini rinar.
Coats suitable for street, tourist,
afternoon and dress wear, made in
the new three-quarter or full length
stvles. Some are lined throughout
with Skinner's satin, others are In
double faced materials in plaids and
stripes. Raglan or inset sleeves,
braid trimmed, belted hacks, others
plain. Materials in broadcloth,
serge, chinchilla, cheviots, mixtures,
English tweeds. Sises St to 83 bust
measure. in moaeis
await your selection, t
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Surety Typewriters, $28.75
Pay for It
1 1 km
S5.00 Down; SI. 00 a
Don t pas by a onanos to bay a
o all the work that
Hon t miss this opportunity
first-class tvor writer that will dt
a tlOO machine will do do it easily do it regu
arlv do it satisfactorily for almost one-fourth
tb price of th. more noted machine.
There isn't anything lacking in these typewriters
dents. Good for business r.nd professional men.
O'Nrlll Main Store riral It.
Fin for stu-
O'Neiirs Annual Fall
Sale of Women's $4
ILdwin C. Burt Shoes
at $2.95 Continues
A special assortment of Fall nnd Winter
styles, which is supplied for this single cut
price occasion only.
The quantity available, while large, is re
stricted. The duration of the tale is limited.
O'NWII Mala Star. SaeeaS Visa. Had si. Klevsea.
Q O Neill-Adaaf Co., 4th Ave,, 20th to lad St, New York City Ol