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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
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FOR WEDDINGS OF
Father, Mother and Seven Chil
dren Celebrate Their Joint
Hallowe'en the Marriage Day of All of These People;
All of Them Belated and All Say They Are Happily Wed
Klsht couples, all relsted. celebrated
their wedding anniversaries last night
at a belated Hallowr'en parly at tha
hem. af Mr. and Mm. Arthur . som
an. No. (II Ktrlln( plar. Brooklyn.
Mf aa unwritten Inw of the family.
Mr. and Mr Andrew W. Lnwrrnr of
Ma. Ill Hertford avenue and aeran of
Aelr tan children war married on All
Mallow's Brr. and they meat .very
rear to celebrate the event and ralata
tha happlnaaa and mlafortunaa that
hive befallen them during the prrvlou
raw. Mr. and Mr. Homer, who enter
tained thla year, celebrated their allver
annlvertary. Mra. Sonwra'e parent,
Mr. and Mra. Laawreno. ware fifty
eight yeara married and were tha live
liest couple during tha evening.
LIST OP TMI OTHSR COUPLES
, Tar other couple who ware married
Hallowe'en and wara guests at tha
Joint calibration wara Dr. and Mra. IS.
IV Lawrence of Flushing, thirty-two
year married; Dr. and Mra. A. W
Lawrence, cel. hratlng their slghteenth
anniversary; Mr. and Mra Frank
Haarna, their seventeenth; Mr. and
Mra. Walter Lawrence, their eleventh.
Mr. and Mra. Hiram Lawrence, their
Ighth. and Dr. and Mra. George Law
ranoa, thalr fifth.
There are living twenty-eight grand
children and four great-grandchildren
But on thla ocoaalon only tha married
oana and daughter!, with thalr hug'
banda and wive, wara praaant.
Aakad why ao many of tha children
had cboaen Hallowe'en for their wed
dings. -Mra. Homer aald:
"We all rbnstdsr my father's and
aetasr's marriage tha happleet In the
world. Whan It came time for ua to
got married we wlahad to follow tha
agample set ua, and knew that we
would be luckier and happlar by choos
ing tha game day they did than If wa
decided on different dataa
HALLOWE'EN LUCKY DAY TO
"My mother had tan children, all of
whom are living to-day. Wa all mar
ried wall, and decided to pattern our
Uvea after our parents. 1 don't be
lieve there Is a happlar horns sny
whera than right hare, and ware it not
far tha fact that ana of my slstara Is
S Florida and that one brother Is la
ontana I am aura wa would all bo
hgrs together. I think Hallowe'en la
the beat day la tha year to get mar
ried, aad the other member of the
family heartily agree with ma."
Aswan if the area bar didn't dampen
her spirits auniawbat. Mra. Homers de
clared: "N. indeed: U It didn't rata we
would believe mto.octuna was going to
befall ua. Mother and father were
married In tha worst etorm of the year.
Whsn t was married we had alter
nate staging af enow aad ram. It was
the eeene with all the other members
of. the family, and K baa rained, nine
tints out of ten. whan wa had a re
union. The rain baa always brought
as good hjok."
LOOKS QOOD f OR MOORE.
Oaaate C.aggeartlr aa Winning; HI
right few the atate senate.
If a bustling nampslffi means any
fca aha vats getting line tha con-
aaer toi she Tenth Benator-
Dtetrlot of Kings Is all over but the
."aald ana of fab supporters to-
"WWIe hla rivals have bean 'lay-
on the job.' 'Union Printer
rate' haa been lining up prospective
nte night aad day and new hla
by a comfortable plurality la
The distrtot Mr. Moore U Agurtng aa
resseetmg tn the asat aaaeion of tha
Upper Han as ' an Albany lacsudee tha
Twenty second and Twenty-third As
ssasbly Dtnuiota of Kings and haa 40.000
Vetera, the biggest voting population In
any of tha Senatorial district of the
ELECTION PAY COURTS.
AsBlgrnsBeata af Sarae Canrt
The Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court announced to-day tha fallowing
sgaignmenta of Supreme Court Justice!
on election day;
Jostles Blaokmsr. Brooklyn; Justice
Osrretson. Queen: Justice Scuddar,
Nassau; Justice Jayoos. Suffolk, and
Jostles Clark. Richmond.
They will hold oourt all day deciding
dUputaa aver illegal voting and election
sHbJBWbsL ' -annnnf H
H aaKaaaatJaassnsW I '
m ' " ' ' " ' Lfanaf11
Frost left to right, standing Mrs. Wsllls Oorman. Andrew Lawrence,
hire. Aaala O'Donaall. Walter Lawrence. Mrs. A. S. Somsrs, Freesrlok
liaerraaee, Wire Lawrsace.
Seated, left to rlrht: Dr. Xtnoch Liwrnat. Dr. Andrew W. UawYaauia.
Iiatnerl. Irvine Ltvinu. ana. Andrew
sirs, a-ioreaoe aml.
oa. Dr. Andrew W. SSawreaee,
W. Lawrence (mother) and
STANDARD OIL MEN
BEATEN BY PIERCE
AND BOUGHT OFF
Rockefeller Loses Control
the Waters-Pierce Oil
LAST CAMPAIGN TRICK
MAY BE A WARRANT
riMTipalirn that ha ehould go to such an
extreme or even consider It."
Mr. I tevlne la already the defendant
in a lion.nnn alander ault brought again
lilm by -Mr. Roylan, following the
Inkling by the Hcrmblk-an candidate of
a statement regarding 'he methoda of
the Hoylan worker. The papera were
served on Mr. 1 tevlne n. he m a maklnu
cartlnll apeerh at Tenth avenue and
I means hot stuff when Kerry meets
! K ! tare.
I Penis Buckley of the Kerrymen's As
sociation ha bet four of hla beet coaches
i oti the result, and he Jooklng for a lot
I more of KHda.ro money.
Thomas F. Devine Expects
Such a Move by Democratic
Rival in 17th District.
Thoma F. Devine, who la a candi
date for State Senator on the HepuMI-
Henry Clay Tierce of St. Txmle and i rn. Bull Mooaa and Independence
New York haa beaten the Standard Oil I league tloketa In the Seventeenth M
crated. It was formerly enounced to
day that tha Rockefeller people had
let go of their 1.71A share out of the
4.000 share of the atock of the Watera
Pleroe Oil Company, the purohaee-re be
ing Mr. Pierce and hla friends, and the i plred
price paid for tha atock was In tha
neighborhood of 13,000,000.
This Is a vsry different ending from
the one that was expected when the
Standard OU people In May began suit
an the United States District Oourt at
St. bouls to oust from tha company
Mr. Pierce, his son, Clay Arthur Pierre,
and officers and director In aympavthy
wiitn them. They asksd for an In
junction to prsvent ths Pierce crowd
from exercising their Functions as offi
cer and directors.
Ths attsmpt to taks over ths Waters
Plercs Oil Company was ths outcoms
of a atockholdera' meeting whan the
Inspectors of slsallon refused to re
calve the vote of the majority stock
holders upon the ground that such a
are would put thsm In contempt of
court with the Supreme Court of Mis
souri, as well as the United BUtes
Supreme Court, which had dscldsd
against ths monopoly feature of
Standard OU msthoda.
In dsfsnso of tha action begun
against ths Pierre crowd Uis caas was
ahlfted to New Tork City, and sub
poenaea wars Issued for twenty-four
officials and stockholders of ths Stand
ard OH Company, Including John D.
Rockefeller and John D. Archhold.
By thsm ths P euros people started to
prove ths etsteno of a monopoly In
restraint of trad even after the order
of the highest oourt compelling the dis
solution of thstOll Trust. Mr. Rocke
feller was called and he ahlfted every
thing to the shoulders of Mr. Arcbbold,
who has been scheduled to appear tor
wasks Adjournment after adjournment
was taksn. Bs was sc hauled to appear
last Monday. Instead, ths Standard Oil
people began to dicker with ths Peerce
crowd either to buy or bs bought out,
pre(eraMy tha latter.
By the terms of ths sale Mr. Pierce
acquire all the stook In ths Watera-
Plerce Oil Company held by John D.
Rockefeller. Wlllla mRockefeller, Hsnry
M. lagler. John D. ArchboM, Charles M.
Pratt and ths Pratt sstate; also the1
holdings of Oliver H. Payne and the I
holdings of ths Harkness family and j
that of a large number of other share
holder Announcement of the oonchi
elon of tha negotiations was made by
the Pierce Interests . .
trlct, wa going around to-day expecting
a: any moment to be arrested chanted
with Illegal reglatratlon. He nay the
charge. If It la made, la a trumped up
trick of his political enemlea and 1 In
by hla Democratic opponent.
John J. Hoylan. The Democrats of the
district are hinting that they expect to
add to their campaign fund a large
hare of Mb) 120,000 reward whlrh Mr.
Devine himself offered for the convic
tion of any voter for Illegal registra
tion. Mr. "Devine has a home at No. B7
Wast Klghty-nrth street, which g In
the Seventeenth Senetorlal District.
But he saserta that he haa a legal vot
ing residence al No. 101 West Sixty-third
street where ha rent a room and hi
rented It for three yeara from Mra.
Dooley. This room Is In the district In
which he Is running for office.
The Election Board had Mr. Devine
before It yoaterday and after hearing
his statement and looking at hla rent
receipts from Mrs. Dooley dismissed
the charge. Democratic workers from
ths district were known to be in mya
terlous conaultatlon to-day with Oom
mlsstonsr Waldo and Chief Magistrate
MoAdoo, and Mr. Devine waa Inclined
to think that It might and In the tUng
of a warrant.
"The thing won't hold water for an
instant If it Is Issued," Mr. Devine told
a reporter for The Evening World, "and
la a purely polttloal fabriceuion. It
snows what my opponent think of my
GAELIC FOOTBALL TO
RAISE A MONUMENT.
Kildarcs and Kerrys to Clash To
Morrow in Memory of
A notrimpnt le to he erected to the
memory of Tim Heyee, the man who
Introduced to this ootintry the excite
ment, the skill and the brawn of Oeellc
footbali. All the loam of the various
Irish ur-rnnlXAt lone that compete In
Celtic lark throughout the con have
taken a hand to aid the .project. Thoy
will kick complimentary trames until a
fund of suit,. -lent amount la raJsed for
To-morrow at Celtic I'ark the Klklare
team will meet the Kerry. Some dash,
too. This will he the last time they can
meet thl season, and, a they have a
hard score to settle, there should be
action ad through the Kvme. Action
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An Irreslsgjhle Appeal.
ilroat the Wasbtagtaa Star.)
"How did you break that boy of hla
practice of breaking windows?"
"Haelry. I told him npbody did such
things exospt little girls' who were
learning to be militant suffragettes."
AH Europe getting ready for Its slice of Turkey.
Jack London' latest venture Is a trip to ths Santa Crus Islands to lagao
Two Western coast msn srs oa thslr wsy to Now Tork In a buggy drawn
' five wolves.
More people were killed by wagons than trolley cars In Orsatar New Tork
A horse named Roosevelt won a race at Antsull after anortlng and kicking
a) at the post
Resmol cured itch
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eleven years of ago I
waa covered with a
scabby sorgo, awful to look
gfc and my steep wag broken np by
the intense itching, and taea after
scrsteaJag. the seres woeld pain
aw lost aonxtbing awful. My
mother- got salves aad soaps to
use, bat all to ao purpose. A
friend of mine who waa Physical
Director at the Y. M C. A. at that
rime, told dm It was a bod esse,
gad would spread ail over the body
If something Were not done. He
govt bo somo Resin of Soap and
Rsslaol Oianaeaf, and In leas than
two weeks I was mredV without
leaving any SMrkoorjtrars what
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mar drasrua was hi .1 see fffjrt
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EXTRA WITH TO-MORROW'S
In the Men's Store at Wanamaker's Monday
$25, $30 and $35 Grades
120 Overcoats at $22.50
A Special Election offering advanced one day.
These offerings bear about the same relation to any we have
known s a Presidential election bears to any other election.
If you get the significance of that you won ' t need to read further.
The simple truth is two tailors who make the most consist
ently good clothing for men miscalculated the volume of their
business for the current season. Had a quantity of piece-ends
left cloths used for $25 to $35 suits and overcoats.
They came to us when we were searching the market for
something out of the ordinary to give our customers on Election
Day such as we gave last year, when we had the biggest one
day's business in the store's history.
And they gave us something better than we had expected.
in 29 patterns of rough
and smooth finished fab
rics, such as cheviots, cas
simeres and worsteds.
Patterns that appeal to
men of good taste.
models, soft lapels per
mitting the showing of
two or three buttons, as
Tailored as you would
expect a $35 suit to be
of the Suits
208, regularly $25
144, regularly $30
73, regularly S3S
425 in al!
of thick, soft, fluffy Shet
land; satin shoulder lined;
blue, Oxford and Cam
bridge grays, brown mix
tures, green mixtures. .
Single breasted, knee length,
belted back, with broad, well
shaped lapels, patch pockets,
split sleeves, turn-back caffs,
natural shoulders; all outer
seams stitched twice in quarter
inch width; all inner seam
piped with satin.
$35 overcoats for $22.50.
Burlington Aicade floor. New Btdf.
And, in the New Store tor Men, Broadway, corner Eighth
$20 to $25 Overcoats at $15
145 from another maker, but yet a Wnnamaker offer.
And note well at $15, instead of $20 to $25.
Single and double-breasted great-coats rough finish, sturdy, all-wool
cheviot in several shades of gray and brown.
Belted back, split sleeves, welted seams giving smart lines to coat con
vertible collar. Broadway, corner of Eighth.
1200 Shirts $1
We have no shirtings in our regular
$1.50 stock to match these shirts of
woven corded madras, at $1.
The maker bought the material
months ago in the gray.
We gave him the patterns 12.
He had them bleached and con
verted, then printed the patterns in
four tones black, lavender, blue,
Because of the co-operation between
us we can sell these shirts first lot of
12,000 ordered at $1 each.
Burlington Arcade floor, Nsw Building.
Neckties at 50c
In 15 plain shades of rep si'- pure
not a thread of cotton in it.
Made for us alone in New York.
We never take a tie out of a maker's
Always there is some better thing we
insist upon either improved shape or
a better quality of material.
The betterment is especially notice
able in these ties, which surpass in
value any other ties we ever sold for 50c.
Burl m (ton Arcade floor. New Build lag.
And These Five Winners
$7.50 Suits for $5 150 Overcoats at $8.50
Blue cheviots all
wool with two pairs full
cut and full lined knick
ers with each suit.
The result of a fore
handed purchase of cloth
before the remarkable
rise in price.
Norfolk and double
breasted models; sizes 7
to 17 years.
Broadway, Corner Eighth.
$12 to $15 Grades
Long, back-belted, all
wool double - breasted
coats with convertible
$10 Overcoats for $7.50
All - wool chinchilla,
blue, brown, gray ox
ford; wool-lined; sizes 3
to 10 years; convertible
Third floor, Old Building.
for the Boy
$8.50 Suits for $6
All-wool; two pairs of
knickers, full cut and full
lined ; double - breasted
and Norfolk jacket mod
els; 7 to 18 years.
Broadway, Comer Eighth.
$8.50 Overcoats, $6
Long, all-wool rough fancy mixtures, single
breasted; 11 to 18 years; and belted polo coats
many wool-lined for boys of 6 to 11 years.
Broadway, Corner Eighth.
Formerly A. T. Stewart k Co.,
Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.