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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
KISSES A PRINCESS
FINANCIER WHO IS
MKTH DAY TO-DAY.
AS PARENTS RAGE
Saved Her Life and Won Her
Love on .1 Slipper1 Moun
CHASE OVER CON riNEN I
Their Highnesses Couldn't Get
Away From That Portland,
Ore., Lumber Man.
From tha tip of Olacler 1'nlnt In
Yoaamltr I 'ink. Cat, to a jialaie Iti St.
Peterabura may be Quito a illiilnncn. a
faoaraphera flcur It. but not areorillni
le tha eomputatlons marte by a sm.ill
parson who always poses for hi photo
Staph In wlnas and a uulver full of
Incidentally, the MMNM fc"inla
Oagarlm of .St. Petersburg and Crahiin
H. Wllaon (if Portland, Wre.. take, the
earn view of illstan-ea ai the young
fellow In wings.
That waa ahown tn-day when the
Amerlka of the Hamburg-American line
aalled; or, to be more eiart, Just
Inula bafora .sailed, l'rlur- An
drew Oagarlm nnrt the PrlSMM Mnrla.
his wife, were on deck .in I wiimlerlnx
Where that plghteen-yewir-iiM ilauKhtir
of theirs-! lie Clrl with the big black
eyea whs hldlna herself. T'icy enon d!s
Just before the gangp'rtnk na pulled
i tho.s. 1uD:j 1100
tO-nlftlt. I. V. Hr'iavrsln, leader nf ths
sixteenth Assembly DUtrlOt, will pre
sal" at the first, at Ult BofWBfe I'atk
elakaoiMi Dr. Kdwani Thowpaoi wi:i
ba in chars ol tnr atcond, al tha hasd
quartan of the North and Proeraaslra
t.'iub, lMtmns and ersveaend avonuti
Tin. apoajtara, she win attend both
maaMhC! Include .Irssc Fuller Jr., can
didate for Conaraia from tlta Klghth
Dlatrlcti Qdern a Hanrti Senatorial
tandldata from die Blghth btatrieti
i rn Deputy Commlealonei or Mwm
tloni ''. v. c. Vnn Dauaan, Bdtrard J.
Carrcti, H v !:. Prancli Lynch,1
Oesrse ii Baboock ji nil others, Th.
Cotnmlttaa of Arransamanta inelsde
Csrl Welffenbach, Bdwird Zimmerman,
Milton Chapman and Monty Proydon-
When it is known that its power to
I r . ( i u t li. ii Hip system and linilil up the
body is why Father John's Medicine
riirrs mills, it will lie understood why
il is so valuable as a tonic and for driving
the impurities out of the blood. It
feeds the tissues and makes strength.
I'revpnts ptiPiimonin anil consumption.
Not a patent medicine, and free from
poisonous dritgN Fifty years in use.
Mrs. Flora Clark, of ( onnclUville.
Penn., says: "Afler a severe cough,
which lingered a year, no oilier medi
cine helping me, I liavp liren cured by
Fat her Jnlin's Medicine."
THOMAS F. RYAN STARTS
HIS 62D YEAR TO-DAY.
Celebrates His Birthday as Quietly
as if He Didn't Have
It Is the sixty-first birthday of Thomaa
F. Ilyan to-day, but the Truetlon and
Tobacco Kline Is making no splurge, over
It. He Is hasping It as uulutly as any
man night who wua too pour to buy a
bit of cake. So fur aa could be aeen
at lila residence at No. SiS Fifth avenue
there was no sign of any celebration at
K,.r. .t,. atataMMfl aAMkla j . .iiti. 'all of the circumstance that the tln.in-
coverej saying something very prettily cler had entered upon lila alxty-aecond
and poutla.'.y to a alx-foot tall, broad
ahouldered American peraon on the
wharf whom I'ana the PrtSO had
thought to hava been definitely md on
jdualvely shaken off the tra.ll back In
HE8CUE8 HIS PRINCESS FROM
FALL INTO SPACE.
Juat aa Papa the 1'rlncu started an
grily for the wharf the Frlneess Sophia
concluded here farewell to the big
American In a well, In a thoroughly
Russian and titling fashion. Then big
Oraham Wllaon, 'or that Is the name
oT the hero, atrode down to the end
Of the pier to wave until the Princess
Sophia waa nothing but a blur against
All thla business engineered by the
tag with tb wlnga atartad. you see, nut
hi the Yoaaoilte Valley whan the Prln
caaa acarad ,hr papa and mamma ter
ribly by crawling out to the tip of
Glacier Pujnt on a wet day when tin
roeka wars aNvpcry. Oiaoiar Point la
nothing but a rock hanging over about
1,KS feet of puie mountain uxonn.
Tha Prlncaaa herself did not reallxo
ho dangerous was her headstrong ex
curalon out to tha tip or apaV uatll she
heard har father's cry behind her and
than tried to retrace her steps. She
waa getting' dlaxy and had a tortihll
"gone feeling," when a atrapolng big
fallow none other than Oraham II.
Wllaon. lumber buyer of Portland
rushed out on the perilous rock and
carried the dainty Russian prlnuoax
back to aafety.
MR. WILSON KEPT ON TRAIL
Wall. In tha ensuing caaa Mr. Wll
aon. 'nough aald. In Han Kranelsco
yrar. Ills rrleuda say Utile tulngs or
this soft are lint much In Mr. Jlyan's
Mr. Ilyan lias been prominent In finan
cial circles for more than half lila life
It naa In Imi that he first went Into
Wall street. Four yeara later he be
came a member of the Stock Kxrhange
and made himself more and more felt
until he capped lila position by lila cap
ture of the control of the Kquliahle
Edit Assurance Society In 1IWR, a control
he later sold to J. 1. Morgan. He was
born In Nelaon County, Vs., Oct. 17,
IV. l. and he atlll uiulntalna a home at
Bull Mitoaera fu lilt t p lliirnngh
The Hull Moosern of Borough Park.
Rrooklyn, will hold two big meetings
Consumptives Helped by
It in fnlly to tftllf v that Oonaumptlrtn
1lffr tmm vry other illHat In nut
requlrtnir thn utr of any metllrlnr fur Ita
ticatinciit. Kor u numbrr of yeara an errnr
moita maia of voluntary anil thankful tratl-
monlala from icraona who DOMMVf thai
thay n t (it'll II wa tn Kckrnan'a Altrra -tlva,
a matUi lne for Tubcrrulnala, haa hern
acrumulatlnc Huraly planty of time to
damonatrato Ita iMtlttf vulva. You can
wilta to any of them. Hera la one:
saU (llrard Ave , Phtla.. ;
"fJentlenieit: In ihi winter of IDtilt I
had an attack of Ortinf. tolloweil by l'nau-
nionla ami later tiy t oiiRumntlun. 1 grew
ttllv wtrBr. In Mi.' winter nf t no i
hail t-ouKh. tilBht aweatH. teer and rulal
quantlttaj of awful hnkln atuff and later
I had tnanv hernorrhaaaa : at otta lima
three In three mi --i , n m. Milk and
1 nc '..!. no d I rt a iff ill I cnuUl keeti
i not hi nit- "low it. Thre DB ftiell nB t rs- mAmS
thre are no prrclplori from whlrh to 1 m. I ordered to tin. mounialne hut
it IU ii 'J i sin i , . n i ii n 1 1 r iir i a I I a nag re
rescue HusMan maldena. but thjff) :vre
other edvantanea for the ko1 with the
rrowa. Then when 1'apn th PrlAM
bb he thounht he'd take Hophla awny
t Ht. Petersburv. where there woudh't
be any Mr. Wllaon, the family got a w
aet aa Chicago and there was Mi.
Then the Jump to New York and t'a
aatltruc to-day, but who waa there at the
pier to aay au re voir but not fartnv 1
to the fair Prlnceae Hophta? Why, Mr.
Reduso aw Ai.i.i.i rrrra ja
Guaranteed to reduce hips and
abdomen one to five inches, effect
ing the requisite fashionable lines.
Elastine Gores relieve all
train, rendering the corset excep
tionally comfortable, (mrati
No. 784 lor short, stout fbruree, low husti coutg
aad bstlata. SJ.M. No. rsi for tab, weU-drNelopeJ
f Igu res: medium bust; could. SJ.M. No. 7t. medium
bust, imported couiil, f.i.ao. No. 7U, low bust.
Imported coutil, $i.tt.
NOFORM CORSETS provide fashionable flmire-llnea. ancefullv morfrl.a
hoaaaaS property subdued hips. Superior Quality, ruutll and baiiato, daintUy trimnied.
not to rust, tear or break. Price, f I OS up.
adds form attractiveness ito shear, lacy waists, and
keops snug tilting wuioislnfaoceat of wi inkles. Bring
made and fitted over W. B Jcoraeti. carry tha W. H.
Corset-Stria, Porra-craatlaJK aad perfect Kit. Ms, Tic.
l. II is at ,, ,,k,.
WUNCARTEN BROS., Makora, Nclv York City
Large numbers of Electric Vehicles,
for both business and pleasure, are
now being displayed at the
And Automobile Show
New Grand Central Palace
Lexington Avenue, 46th to 47th Street
A Feature of the Show is
The First Indoor Automobile Track
on which free lessons in driving are given and
practical operating demonstrations are made
Various types of batteries and operating
and controlling devices may also be seen.
Upon request in writing, this Association
will gladly send to any one interested in Elec
A Free Ticket of Admission
Ciood at any time until the show closes
Saturday night, October 19.
The New York Electric Vehicle
124 West 42d Street
I At Iht
At the Lowest I'rirea in All New tork. We Offer la Furnish Aar
oar ileus or .apartment rar a rvsirit af si.isi a w
Our Model Four Room Apartment
ON EXHIBITION AT OUR SHOWROOMS
Including a Guaranteed Damarda Lacquered Brass Bel
Furnished at - -
(iitirnsttttlril hi' u f l if ml. fttr 1 .i '. iin
sin. til quantity 1 butl tin flrat iuir nluht'a
alM-n for we'-Ms. M v Imiinivfiiifru wja
ma rkoil frntu tht rimt. I kuImimI ttirrnath
u n I wtlirbt ami V petite. 1 never bail an
other hfTn'irrhiifi ami mv OOUaTII arailiml
)y lfaien'tl hul intlrelv ttnne. I um itar
feoilv well. F.vervihlnv 1 an v lure fan ha
verified hv mv fumll v it ml f HeroU."
I Hwtirn affltiavlt ANNE K. hOl'dKRAN.
Kckmaii'a Altrratlte U Maatlve In limn
cliltla. A ft lima, Hi v Ke it, 'i . , ... : und
I. una Trouhlra. ami In ii . 1 Uuk the .vr
tain. Lioea not mntaln oniistea or
tia'-it forming arujtt, For aale by aiTnlher
lleireman lrn Kinren mi l ether leaoJnfl
n r u s" rn. rur hook let it I una uT
rnvertea, and write to Rett man Ltborai
1'hllalelilttit for ltd ll'l till v Uv
( i n:
l.itltl.-n ItasL IHnlnr Tahla. II ft
lenamn. e.tra leave i nrarv oiaen unk Maeonarut
iGaldea Oak CsiaaCeatei $10.98sTr $11.9
Wrlta for our NEW BOOKLET OUR LIBERAL CREDIT TERMS
containing information retard-I apply alao to Long Island, Now
ing our outfits. Mailed free. ' Jeraay and Connecticut.
3 ROOMS Atayar
Wr Tav rreighl
5 ROOMS fta 1 mwg
' uptNrvtH'Hcs until w - Saturdays until fOPft
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING
$100.00 Worth $1.00 Down $1.00 Weekly
140.00 Worth . . 3.00 Down . 1.50 Weekly
190.00 Worth. 5.00 Down.. 2.00 Weekly
240.00 Worth 10.00 Down 2.50 Weekly
NO SECURITY ktUlRED
No Embarrassing Investigations No Red Tape
JUST SAY "CHARGE IT"
One whole floor completely
stocked with all the newest
Fall Styles for Men. Women,
Children. Alterations FREE.
ANY PURCHASE UP TO S75.00
81.0C Down. $1.00 Weekly
Lord & Taylor
Founded 1 826
Very Special Values in
V dour '& Charmeuse
Afternoon & Evening IV raps
With fur collars and cuffs, handsomely lined
in contrasting colors, and warmly interlined.
Evening or Dancing Dresses
of Handsome Imported Robes
Made over chiffons and crepe
meteors, in pastel shades.
Values to $40.00
Exceptionally Smart Styles in
Semt-tailored Velvet Dresses
For street or afternoon wear.
All the new Autumn shades . . .
Fur Coats, Neckwear &
Muffs of Selected Skins
At Very Attractive Prices
Special Offerings for Friday and Saturday
Extra Quality Black Pony Coats
Full length, lined with brocade
Fine Quality 'Black Caracul Coats
Full length, lined with brocade
Seal-dyed Muskrat Coats
Full length $175.00
Natural Raccoon Sets $J0.00
Civet Sets $32.50
Black Caracul Sets $42.50
Black Fox Sets $50.00
Smart Untrimmed Hats
$2.95 & $5.00
Values $3.50 and $7.50 a fine collection of
shapes of black silk velvet, velours and pile
plush, in large, medium and small, including
the new "Tam-o'-Shanter" in all black and
Ready-to- W ?ar-Hats
Tailored Hats in distinctive styles and
assorted colors. Value $12.00.
Smart Tailored Fancies, 85c
Three styles, any of which makes a com-
lete hat trimming. Black, white, and
lack and white. Value $1.25.
The Following Groups of the Season 's
Newest Neckwear, Ribbons
Offer Unusually Fine Values
Imported Robespierre Collars
Of sheer lawn, plain and hand
embroidered, with lace jabots -
attached . $1.25 & $2.25
Regular prices 91.05 and $3.50
Black Brussels Net Huffs
With taffeta ribbon ends $3 '95
Regular price $4.05
Women's Fancy Colored Handkerchiefs
Hand embroidered initials and scalloped edges,
also fancy designs with embroidered corners, each 25 C
Children s Colored' H andkerchiefs
For boys and girls, in boxes of seven one for
every day in the week per box 75
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
F you want your "business" to become
the talk of the town, tell about it
through a World "Want" Ad.
This is the last week of the Mighty Dollar Sale.
Only a few days more of. this great event and prices aad
terms will be restored to normal.
Don't delav. If vou wish to secure all the Furniture yoa
need on the payment of only ONE DOLLAR. One piece or a
The remainder of your purchase will be CHARGED TO
YOUR ACCOUNT and Snear rives vou the privilege of paying
it in such amounts, weekly or monthly, as YOl say will be
EASY for you. That is the spirit of Spear's Dignified LredK
Policy which has built Spear's enormous business. It brings
the confidence of Spear patrons and will give us YOURS if you
will invcstiunic Knear Furniture and Snear's methods.
Only one kind of Furniture can be bought on any of the
.... aa a I l I J l
ten floors devoted to "Happy Home nunaing. noua, sua
stantiai, "lifetime" Furniture, which Spear can and does guar"
antee, is the only kind Spear sells- the only kmd wnicn wtj
give you satisfactory service.
One Dollar Opens a Charge Account
Enroll yourself this week among Spear'n satisfied customers.
Complete Bedroom Outfit
Brass Bed Steel Springs
The Hraaa fled 1x triple lamuereil an,
haa heavv - Inch pnata: CF0M flllffl In
hMd anrl frtnt board. The Spring in our
apiTlallv made aanltarv ateel spring, guar
anteerl to Inst ten yeara. Mattrra l a
com lt nation with a aa BfMI CtBtftJ anI
whit cot ton top and bottom. I'lllowa ar
pure f.ather. Chiffonier and Ureaarr
hlfthly pollened Oolden Oak. with bevelled
mirror, wood pulla and large, roomy draw
era. The entire aet la axtrnnelv attractive.
$1 Delivers Out- $ A Q
m $1 Weekly I I
Pricelncludes u Cotton Mattress
No home is complete wnnott a iavanpgn. its
$1 Weekly I
w mderiul ui'fuln
it J IMHIM WnWMlW . i.,u- . . .., . . - 1 p '11,11 lllll UflUllltSI
as a bed and pnrlur i saves you Iho rxpense of farniaUni uu cxtni bofl
room. This new "Hest-WeH" design is one of the most popular Davenport
we hove ever offered. The frame is solidly eonstrueled of either Quartered
unk or r.ariy r.nnnsu imisn, oeuuiiiun.t pousnen .mo carven. I at beq Is
fitted with the famous "Hip Van Winkle" tprtast, made separate from the
springs that support the upholstering. That's w hy it is at com
fortable as the finest bed you ever slept in. The seat ami bach O "J "TP
are upholstered with fine MoTOCCoUne leather, that is gtiaran- p V I . I O
teed to give exeellent service 0 I
3-Room Outfit, $125
It is a sample of whot Spear ean do.
It is complete. That means thut you
do not have to fill in here and there.
Kvery detail has been thought of, and
this outfit, consisting of Parlor, Bad
room and Dining Hoom, is reudy for
you to step into ond use. We have
made a spec ialty of catering to young
folks. Wr want them to have confi
dence in ui. We want them to he
our customers in the future, and thut
is why we offer them sueh treut values
in outfits when they need them most
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