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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912.
What makes J
Pure Love, Says
''Next in Importance Are
Faith in One Another,
and Sacrifice if Need
Be, to Avoid Feud
and Quarrels," Writes
"THERE IS NO 'BOSS,'
BOTH ARE EQUALS.'
A Husband Should Take
His Wife Where There
Is Revelry, for She
Writes "G. H. S." and
Adds: "Married Life
Ought to Be One Long
By S1X0LA UREELEY -SMITH.
wife's fallings with another man an his wife is to entertain the next
door neighbor with the. story of her marital uuhappiucsB. But I think
no roan will dispute that women are, more loyal of action if less discreet
of speech. And ho long as this disparity of conduct exists and con
tinues then will he many unhappy homes and mora unhappy women.
t.'nfertiinately many rather Intelllsent
women lend rar t tlio specious plea
that this .llnVronco In loyalty to the
fundamental Idval of marriage la tiaale
uid Ineradicable. They accept ninn'a
view that hla are the laaMf 'Ilia luvnuae
his la the leaser penalty for himself and
lor the raoe. Yet It would lie at rea
sonable to agr that a murderer wh"
escape! nunlalinunt tor his crime la leva
arullty than the man who pays tho Cull
penalty of the law.
If it la Impossible for man to
aeeorfl woman that loyalty la mar
i iiae wnloh ha asacts from har,
: why perpetrate a spiritual awtadla
ay making the earns vows? Why
heap a "Joker" la the marriage
i contract whloh practically nulll
j Sen 1M aptrtt and intent? I do aot
i aaeaa that all men or area tha me
; joitty of aaaa look npoa tha prou
; tea of Mailt aa a Joker. But auoh
i a large n mm her of man do that two
' thirds of tha divoreee In tha
1 United gtatea are granted to
I womaa. And tha dlrorcea granted
I da aot repiwaaat anything Ilka tha
a am har which woald be granted
If aoafht by woman who some
tlmas from a mistaken apt lit of
eelf -Immolation, eometlmea merely
Frosen imrar-ia. . i; a I u 1 1 -. i - .1,1; .1
Ten Sabersnen, tha ofltolal board ol th" Iteiforu n. J.) MeUiadlat Cburen,
found their pa htm gii.li y or an indiscretion and aoeepted his realanatlan.
An i rati.- grandfather not n pack of bloodhounda on tho trail of nttednyearold
ituth fitear and ulnutoen-yedt'-old Wdllaoe W'dldcmaydr of fottdtown, l'a-, iijnors.
They did not. .
The newest member of th Paddali (N. J.) Board of Bducatlon is Mr.
Aduijdiu- aambdr iiroan aVuattsaaa lUehardaoa Uadaayns Qoadlatta
cutting his throui mi g window pans
Bart, iii man, went on a mile and a half
Another so:iinamhiilUt, w
Uuaton hotel. lli aaked if
The Union Tru t 1 1 imp in
with no Money in ltd
awe so many plaees a'fien l
The fath.-i of Iwi .'
olaco, 1... 1 i
( his BVdll
The Court I. is ords sd Will: ,m OweSS, tr Bl
te marry until he an nupport bis alf. and alsu Ii
Toanmy Uagan, ' .1
taut and - sprouting in
Ml: i auhn
Olrard c ,. i .
WoiltJ-- fault, he -
uad st irbtg
r.is (it ash.)
17, m a
It 1 taking s ' tl nn I
Washington Indian, hj i ridiirn tiftj
Requisite Is Infinite Love,
Copyright. 1:0 2, by Th I'ress Publishing "o. (Tha New Vmk WotM).
'J -t xAH'y i,OM THt MuJSAwD HOULO Ml ffl L .
iWviOt CIFt lufl ItWUtV " O.K.W .Sx "WmCVJ Ht COMfi NQMC NOMOn
. , and coMiote xi "
Love, everybody aitrpes, in llio
toiindatton of thr happy home. On
Ititn jiolut the letter of BVMlOl
World readers voice a unanimous
opinion. But In the conin'.uiiications
which I havo received so far, no
mention han heen made of a raro
and moio diflieult quality that of
Perhaps, loyalty is an old-
faHhloned virtue, Certainly It has
no HtundlnR in the court of thu "now
morality." It bimius a poor, pitiful,
decrepit thin to the radicals of sex.
Hut any home lu which loyalty i
not the huprenin Ideal of husband
and' wife predestined to failure.
Men are perhaps more loynl than
women in little things. A htishand
is not ueariy so apt to discuss his
from aelf-lntereat, timidity or
ahaer laslaass, compromlsa.
It must lie admitted tiiat the dta
loyally of lnubands Id more often nn
effect than a eaoae of the unhappy
hO Hid, And whatever the clrciim.MtancoH
of tin illHrnptlon of a family, no woman
Id ev, r abaolutaly blameleea, no husband
I absolutely without ax bum. After aid
t ipir dug wry hard, Parhapa the popu
lar wifely pastime of "winning Mm
Ibaoa" may be Impraotioabie, but it
I ought tn ba poaglbla to keep bin or at
I any rata la refrain from taking uim
out and losing lilm.
A little common sanaa goaa aa
awfully long way In making or
i preserving a happy home. But lau't
common aanaa about tha moat un
common famlnlua poaaeaalon?
nre are the views or Rvenlng World
readers uh io (he neoeaaary constituents
of tiappi home, I should be glad to
I Heur I nun oti.era Who have OpiniOUl on
' LOVfc IS THE ALL IMPORTANT
Dear Madam: The Brat yeun of
ntdgHaga are ueoeesertly yean of
dMReulty, sines they ,ue years of
M'lj'irttnriit to tii new Itfd nri, prep.
araMon for ia-v itfo, Gentequsntly
hih aalklns In hia slddp, i'. w. small,
and hack to lied without waking.
fidi k storlsa down Ihs alrsuafi of n
bank of i.ni Springs, .vk. closed His other nlsht
The p t morning ll,H0 was there, aitimugii thin.
algbl bava b,,!i left with mueh lass trouble,
'f M II. ,1
Urljalva of p.m V'ran.
i its old.
in loes and ilaur on oa 'h front j
r wbeal from hli
' "' sseki and n
I'.iNU-ddi e ranoh,
plaeg to put it
(Man, "iii.l Ju in" Jfuiuult.
mihn lo ti a f debt eealraetad s vi u
Jf - .. a
Evening World Reader
kSfell SAVED FROM DEATH,
P M(kg HE DENIES ATTEMPT
! II TO COMMIT SUICIDE
OHj UiC NP.ti omi,(X0 a
irae TKaiutvoorc A veaa "
the trials and tribulations attendant
nut t'i" ureal quddtlon whloh arlaea
if, "How can tai perioj ie sucaadd-
fully passed'."' Tlio llrst ant all
Igmortant requisite is love- infinite
love pure lava, Of secondary Im
portance re sympathy, implicit faith
in one another, truet, conp!divatiou
and sets Ml os ir nso saary,
laOBi family .).! e Uld he avoided
ir at any rate amicably settled If
the offending party w aid only u l
mlt. his (or her) mldtdUd, The ln
Mbition of sympathy due to tabid
pride or pome other equally ir.i'om-
pfgnandlbid oauid ia at lbs bottom of
much mental offering. If hUSbMd
ami wife would only BMdl dd h ther
Halt way, what SOfTOWd would be
In the happy boraa there is no
boSSf" lU'tli are squdls. Wncre
one nature dominate nr dttemptd t"
dominate the ithar the happiness of
lioth is forfeited. OBAOUATiu,
LIFE AFTER MARRIAGE ONE
Dear Madam: The foundation of
"iianpv Home" la true, immortal,
undivided love end itspeol on both
The h iRlwnd of a "Happy Home"
Should consul it his wife u bwrindds
md social partner. If should dls
etiss tii buslnoss aflfdlrd with ber,
e liberal lludn daily with hrr, lake
'her where there a Mfe and revelry.
wlfd who see pa net household in
oiiler, tends i i her children proper
ly and cures fur her hudband'd wanti
lint wished, reuutree amuaements
ami 'iiir..i have them, but n accord"
mill. I .1,
salary an I Inod ne.
ilare ii.' love to iter
tXIU ftlng". In BhOI t, bis
ihoilM I hi tho same aa
diiys -hue irable, lov
E s "Jtappy lldmeM
bar httaban I ber lot rr
thioiighout hrr mgr.
ah ui,i uondlds
ried uf". Sbd should bs a good
housebsspsr. bs lovei of ehlldrdti
and do what .'hi' ean to pleasd bee
bus. an. i. when a man returns front
a IkiiI day'd business It l a wife's
place t humor and cottdold him.
Show her love and rsspsot for him,
Study Ills wants and rdqulramdUtd
and use In r linat anddgVOrS Id fulfil
thus., requirements, Be as sconom
log a. podSible without stinting lier-
iwir and family, Always gn-et mm
with a smile, i' insider life one lung
VV.-alth In a "Hubby Horns'' la
not a ndddgglly, Alore BwOpId ar,
married aiet live lia,iiy on an aver.
ng,. salary of nnd thdusdnd dollars
a year thu "ii a .alary of flft"
IbOUSMl iloliars d vai. A :nail
salaried man da'otas ntorg time and
IdVe lo hlS fa nlly tlian a bluh ggl.
arli I man who has in "riuba" sad
. iriou "orddra" 1 1 take up nort of
. its time u'blrh. t ifhtly belong lu
his bsme, Q H. h
CASTOR I A
"For Infants sad Children.
The Kind You Han Always Bought
Hlsnatui e ot
OF A SERIES
P. B. Huletle Long Parted
:ioni Wife He Is Pris
oner in Bellevue.
1 Prank v. llult tte. whose w ife. Fr n.ea
bboteon, was promlndnt on the etaee
twenty years at'i, and whoso dauthter.
dladys lluldbti . wW take the part of
Beth In "Little women." which will
Opdn to-day In tan Playhouse, was
taken to iSdlleVUt HOgplUH a pr. s..ner
last ntghl on a charge of atlcnipt' 1 SUl-
ttutette is President of the 1'nite.i
I'rest Ndws Agsoclation at No, ati
Mroadw.n', mill ha.s been living at No.
T,7 Wdsj Twenty-aeoond '.ree;. nii
family, which consists or bid wlfd and
two sons. I"r:ink J.-, an I lionald C., and
hid laughter, live at No. lilt Kast four
teenth street, near Klnga HtghWd,
ivitiiiid caid ts-day tthat his f.ithei
and mother had not been living together
for five years, although tlielr relations
were cordial Hd hsM his mother had
inst been taken td Post -Oradttats Hos-
Htal In Manhattan, suffering from a
serious heart complaint and that his
1 1 liber's alleged attempt at sulolda must
I bd kept from her.
When round 1 .st n'.ght Ilulette was
, iinoonaeioud on the Hoof of his rcnjin.
Illy his side lay a rubber tube fa
1,1,'nled Hint he lidd tried to kill hnneelf
'nnd said he would explain tha presence
:.if tube when lie was arraigned in
VlellM or I roller l ar I Head.
I William Heeley, who was strui; by
S Lexington avenue surface ear while
I isslng Maty-ninth street last event ug.
Ididd to-day In Presbytariait hospital
I Internal Injuria iitiry wds forty-tarn
yoars old and lived at N. ITS Bgsl
Ngvgv baked before?
You can't fail with
I he H O Comnanv. Buffalo. N Y
Makers of H-Q, rorcw.aH Prwdto.
V. iif..l to i
n I M lil f ii 1 1 a 111
:i r-- uu lisniall
impure i n4
Blood Purifying Pills
T: 1 ''gAig''!
iii lMtntM Vtv i P- -w l'.v.d t i TV-tgi Ml I
)-Sl41tllMH 101 tit tMtlM '! Illfs
. Hat. i Rrtmli Hi,-. rKfj i lati
tli tsin u! il liupuvltlfi nittl m m
ai l lirocl i'J ' IiamIUiv alii Mrni enm
lileloll Mil l tin till
Mm of Mt nn. Mr I rial nlit, lUr.
4f drj rv0 fl'or'a vr hy Umi
I or Vnr bMtuttU Srml tfc blnniit.
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Bf 8 I
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James McCreery & Co.
23rd Street 34th Street
SPECIAL VALUES '
For Thursday, October 17th
WOMEN'S WRAPS & COATS. In Both Store.
Evening Wraps of Black CharmeuM with
drop shnwl COuar and ruffs, luitlom 1 rim mod with
mnrnbont; silk lined and interlined. 45.00
Evening "Wraps of Brocaded Velvet, - - satin
lined and interlined. value 45.00. 35.00
Long Coats of Imported Seotcli Thistledown
Mixtures, trimmed with velvet, satin lined through
out, value 39.30, 42.00
Long and 4j-inch Coats in a variety of styles
and materials. 12.50. 14.50, 18.50
value 19.30 to 32.00
WOMEN'S SUITS & DRESSES. Ia Both Storea.
Tailor-made Suits of Rough Tweed Mixtures
and Diagonal Serge. Several models.
values 22.50 and 24.30. 16.50 and 19.50
Tailor-made Suits of Broadcloth 23.50
Tailored Street Dresses of Serge, braid trimmed.
value 21.30, 16.50
Tailored Street Dresses of Velveteen, two
models, values 25.00. 32.50. 21.50 and 27.50
Handsome Afternoon Dresses of Satin Char
mcuse, two models. 37.50 and 42.50
values 45.00. 49.50
WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR & PAJAMAS
la Both Stores.
White Bibbed Cotton Union Suits, medium
weight. value 1.00. 75c
Swiss Ribbed Merino Vests, silk trimmed.
value 1.00, 75c
Swiss Ribbed Merino Tights, value 1.25, 75c
Outing Flannel Pajamas. value 1.30, 95c
CURTAINS, PANELS & BED SETS.
In Both Stores.
Tilet Curtains. . . .20.00, 27.50 to 45.00 pair
Filet Panels. ..... 1 1 .50, 1 5.50 " 22.50 "
Filet Bed Sets, full size
27.75, 35.00 to 42.50 per set
Renaissance Lace Curtains
6.75, 10.50, 15.75 pair
formerly 10.50, 16.50 and 23.50
BL A N K ETS & COMFORTABLES, ta Both stores,
BELOW USUAL PRICES.
1.A00 pairs of Fine California Blankets. Full
M.e. 5.75, 6.75 and 7.75 pair
values 7.00. 8.00 and 9.50
Figured Silkoline tups, plain borders. . . . ', . . 1 .95
" Silk Mull " " M 2.45
HOUSEHOLD LINFHNS. i iffi tog,
1 85lr otltl Sal iii Damafk Table Cloths, '
Moravian, Irish and Scotch makes.
5 3.50, 5.50, 7.50, 9.25
. values 4.73. 7.25. 9.75. 12.25
I Damask 'IV (Moths
i 75c, 1.15, 1.50 to 4.00
values 1.00. 1.50. 2.00 to 5.50
i Hand-euibroidered and lace trimmed Linens,
values 2.75. 3.25. 3.75. 2.00, 2.50, 2.75
Kmbroidored Cot Ion Bed Spreads
values 4.50 and 6.00. 3.75 and 5.00
Hemmed Muslin Shorts
, 45c. 55c, 65c to 85c each
values 55c, 5c. 75c to 95c
Ticking the minutes away until
Thursday's Golden Special in Meirt
and Women's Standard Americai
Waltham, Elgin and Illinois Movements
Tomorrow is watch day!
14-karat gold watches will
be offered for less than in all
the store's history watche3
for both men and women.
Also gold-filled watches, the
cases guaranteed for twenty
years with the standard reli
able movements--almost as
rarely found under-pricc.
Everything is new and fine
about them. They are exactly
what your wisest neighbors
selected yesterday or will
choose the day after tomorrow
unless they see this notice
Men's watches come in the
new models; they have the
narrow line of knurling, also
the half bascine or cither plain
polished, or engraved and
engine turned cases. Thc
women's have the new antique
bow and the revolving pendant
so useful for chatelaine pins, and
also come with plain or engine
turned cases. All are new, in
perfect condition, with all the
excellent time-keeping qual
ities for which the Wnltham,
Elgin and Illinois watches arc
Each watch will be kept in
running order by us for one
year regulated if necessary
without charge. Engraving
Men's Gold - Filled
Watches 10-karat gold
filled 20-year cases, plain
polished or engine turned.
$8.50, instead of $10.75
Waltham or Elgin movement,
seven jewels, open-faced, thin model.
$11.25. instead of $13.50
Waltham or Elgin movement,
5.9. 25, instead of $12.50
Illinois movement, 1 1-jewel, open
faced, thin model.
$11.75, instead of $15
Illinois movement, 11 -jewel, hunt
When a woman's solid gold watch can be had at $13.50, and
a man's solid gold watch can be had at $16.50, why not choose
them for the Christmas, New Year or graduation gift NOW?
Of course, not one of these watches can be duplicated at
these prices after this lot is sold.
Jewelry Store, Main Tloor, Old Buil ding.
Other Golden Specials for Thursday
2,400 pairs Women's Shoes
Wanamaker $5 Standard, To
A new sixteen-button model, made expressly for this occasion
and fresh from the maker.
In lour styles patent leather and dull calfskin, each with
dark gray suede or Oxford
above the heel, flexible soles
Cuban heels; sizes 2,' to 8,
Only the fine co-operation
price of $3.65, which marks
of the year, but one which it is
Main floor, Old Building.
American Porcelain Dinner Sets
$6 for regular $10 sets. Never sold for less than $10,
except in our September sale, when spediil price WRI $7.50.
New shaoe three decorations; border iine pntt-rn3 in
green, Told and maroon. All pieces gilt. 101 piece:; to u set.
China Section, Subway Tunnel, Between Buildings.
Mattresses, Springs, Pillows
15,000 pounds oi pure South Ameiicnn gray horse l air,
made up into mattresses, at 45c per pound, instead ol" 60c!
Full size, 54x76, 40 pounds, at $18; smaller sizer. proportionately
$6.75 auxiliary bend steel wovei. wire springs, for $5 each.
Truss ends, rubber covered corner Ix-aring over steel. All sizes.
$1.75 for regular $2.25 selected goose feather pillows!
20x30, 2'j pounds. Seventh Gallery, New Buildinf.
Golden October Special in Al
Men's Suits f7
198 suits of the $18 kind. . VI
184 suits of the $20 kind.
68 suits of the $25 kind. 1
4MI suits in all.
Choice at $12.50.
Suits made to our order from H tine collection of cheviotfc
worsteds and cassimeres.
All-wool to the smallest thread.
In the fabrics are most of the new colors, and there are all-'
iics in lire iui.
Such good suits at such a low price will be in demand
450 is not many. Store opens it 8.30 A. M.
Broadway, corner of Eighth Sliest, Main fl
$11.50, instead of $13.73
Wnltham or Elgin movement, IS
jf el, open face, thm model.
$15.25, instead of $17.50
Walthnm or Elgin movement. 15.i
jewel, hunting case.
Watches 10-karat, gold-1
filled, 20-year cases, plain,'
polished or eiieine-turned.
9 w zusm
$9, instead of $12
Waltham or Elgin movement, i JJ
jewel, revolving pendant, open fao) fl
$10.50, instead of $13.50
waitliam and Klgin movemetgul
-jewel nunting case.
$10, instead of $14
Illinois 1 1 -jewel, revolving pendant
$11, instead of $15.50
Illinois, 11 -jewel hunting case.
$12.75, instead of $16
Waltham or Elgin 1 S jewel, revotv
ing pendant, open lace.
$13.75, instead of $17.50
Waltham or Elgin hunting case.
$16.50, instead of $19.50
7 jewel, Walthnm or Elgin move-1
ment, solid gold, open face, thfril
$18, instead of $21
Solid gold watches, Illinois move
mcnt, 1 1-jewel, open-face. 1
$19.50, instead of $22.50
Solid gold watches, Elgin of
Waltham movement, 1' jewels.
$13.50, instead of $15.50
Waltham or Klgm 7-jewel
face, solid gold watches.
$15, instead of $18
Solid gold watches, Illinois move
ment, 1 1 -jewel open face.
$16.50, instead of $19.50
Waltham or Elgin, 15-jewel, open
face, solid gold watches.
cloth top; high arch, slim fitting
welted and stitched; l.78-it
AA to D in each style.
of the makers made possible
this offering as not only the best
safe to say will not be duplicated.
T. Stewart Co.
With Avenue, Eighth ta Tenth a