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WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
Wc Give and Redeem Surety Stamps
Our First Scries of
In New York's Shopping Centre
See Our $300.00
Will i.c announced in Tpmoffow i Reeling
Wi rlil , nd Journal for Wednesday! selling
( !,, ic New. Vr i It
TELLS OF MATE
Tli" srriteal t Mi
liberal tirms, " .
Sixth Avenue, 20m to 22d Street
14 THE EVENING
PADTAIM CA0 ygogOTi ioe30r" yoca
UM mil. OHVLU. U Our First Scries of XX
V. mmT B W BaW baa H . M VMH U. W V iU 1 I HI. V '.
Survives Sea Horrors While
Companion Hung to Mast De
mented and Half Dead.
TTW TN1.KT l.IFK RAVTNd HTA
TION. N. C. N "V. 4 -Mhnwln little ef
fect from the h trrtehlr" of hla twenty
four hour ftaht for life lathed to the
rlfilm o' Ml wracked vraaal. Opt
KrsVlerlcli Godfrey of the a"hnoner John
Mawell to-day planne 1 to ret im to hla
home at Mlllbrldae, Me . by way of New
York to perannally report to hla owners
the loaa of the ahlp
Capt. Ooflfrey'a determination to eland
br hla ahlp till the laat and o down
with tha wrack undoubtedly saved him
Tnc tirave captain told to-day how Mitt
Walllrk of Hnoton a id Ave seamen hd
drownet In attempting to aave (hem
aetvea In the lifeboat and how Steward
Alexander PlltRIM of New York, wlio
alro had stood by the ahlp, Jumped
overboard and waa drowned while In
enne from Ml trrrlMr ordeal
Tt am Friday nlkht that rhe M-ixwell.
hound from Norfolk to Havannih with
mil, waa driven 'iy a ikrm on tie III"
Keroua Hattoraa ahoall off here, the
grave of humlr.'-la of a.IIora and ma'iv
alilpa. F.arlv Ustiiplay the Mhaoner
broke In two The mill and five m-n
took to Hie bo.it, bill were awnmpel nnd
drown,l a liun h-ed leet from the wreck,
('apt (lodfrey anlil he mi l Steward PI1I
moa had (ir-Ht dlfll'-uHy ll ktoptnl from
being awept Into the aea and drowned.
Tha arhnonar WIS fnat I dnc undr r.
only the mvata Slnully remained above
Saturday morning the two aurvlvora
clung to the rigging and watched the
life snvera from t: la and two other sta
tlona endeavor In every way to reach
Ihem Juat before noon Steward l'lllmiia
Jumped Into the eii. I'apt. Godfrey MM
to-day he he waa sure the atenard had
been driven Inrane.
Then betran !Mo loni fight of Capt
Godfrey. All afternoon he watched the
llfeeavera, hla alrength alowly ebbing.
By night he hid given up hope of ever
alumina to hla wife at MUtbrlaaS
DmrkMia fell and the heavy ae.ia.
whli;eil by a g.il", continued. About
mldn S:lur.1.iy the mill to Wntlh
no had laahel hlnmelf fill Into the
water and lltlObod Itself from the
remainder of the wreck. It waahrd to
ward ahnre and the c.iptaln. almoat un
conacloiia. waa hnulctl In In the aurf by
1he llfraavora. Who had held OOOIOlaia
vigil from the time t'ie VMMl aa dla-cnvere.1.
!Llection Day Sales: Our
Incomparable Values: These
Women's $25.00 to $35.00
New Suits, Coats and Dresses
Best Efforts in Value Giving
BUFFALO ON NEW NICKEL
galitn for Ple-I rnl I'leee 4rolta
At laat the Amorlran bulTalo, the
humped '..a. k cow of tha Wcatern
filalna. will decorate the coinage of the
I'nltad Staiaa. A new rlve-cent piece
dealgmed by Ja.mea l"..irle Fraaar, tha
wll known Ameil-un aculptor, boa
already been approved by the National
Art Committee and the Herrotnry of the
Traaaury. It now only awalta the ap
proval of ihe Hreald.n: to bOOONIO the
official dnalim for he coin which paya
tar a rlda on tha Mrer: can, buya a
boa; of poanula, conncta the telephone
wlrh the hello girl at t'ie other en1
of tba line, buya a dr'..ik, o.nkra a pun
handler and performa other IQIaallj
neceaaary and useful t , ice.
On one aide ot Me coin will he the
figure of an American bleon, now no
longer to be found In a wild 9 .itc
roaming the Wealorn wllderntaa. un
tha other aide will ba an In tlan'a he nl.
laaa convr,llonal than that appearing
on the old faahlone "copper." Then
will be no large "V" on either aide bin
a modem "llri cer.ta" 1o dealmate the
DISCHARGE AUTO SUSPECTS. ! t
Oor-mer lloltthaustT :o-dy 1l harif-1
the four men MTHtld Hatunlay in on
nnatlou WlUl the kll'ln; of Police ran
rts: IMxa.m.-nona by II gUtOOBObUo 111
Centra.! I'ark. An :iuto 1:00 le anawerln ;
tho de crii-tlon of the out ,.i.i. ran down
riMaai:nm':i. waa iw:i b ;i;!,'emen sit
Bavar I am Mulberry rrrln. ttl OwnOT,
Frank Rou of No. SIS F-aat On Hun
inel an 1 T Vat 0th aire :, waa arreat d.
tooeth v with hla nnnipatllom. Mtchn. I
I can"- of No. 161 F iraytlaa rtreet ;
TAaititi Irtn-Vo, No. M Ba1 Beven'v
:xth at rat. aid Joseph Dona CO, No nr.
Taat n II ur.de 1 airl Tenth atreot
The prieonera nere nl le to aupply t'ne
Coroner with altala to the effeit that
they had been In NowSui on the night
FttaalTTvmori wu ki.l.d. Detective
CtuaWi rcarroated Ron on a if
We'rr constantly adding new itylri, con
stantly putting new idVus and new eiithtiitiaMii
into thin wonderful array of women' fashionable
outer MfaMBtfi It is a continuous exposition
of the smartest of the new fashions, always new
and always renewed.
Copies of the Handsomest Paris
and New York Styles
TflfJK ll not another such display in America
especially at a sensationally low price think
of beino, uhle to choose your Winter outfit from
over 100 styles, the pick of the world of fashion
and then pay one-third to one-half less than
The $25.00 to $35.00 Coats
At $17.50, Arc
Three qUaVrteT and full length models, of
Chinchilla, Ast radian. Broadcloth, Two-Toned
Wide Wale Diagonals, Plushes, and the new
Double-Faced Cloths, such as Chinchillas with
I'laiil Back Sizes from Hi to 55 bust measure.
The $25.00 to $35.00 Suits
At $17.50, are
Of Velvet nnd Corduroy, Cheviots, Two-Toned
Wide Wale Worsteds, Men's Wear Serge, Beatrice
Broadcloth and Fancy Mixtures. Sizes from Hi
to 55 bust measure. Haiti tailored and fancy
The $25.00 to $35.00 Dresses
At $17.50, Are
Women's and Small Women's Dresses, in the
season's favored materials, such as Velvet, Cor
duroy, Chnrmeusc, Crepe Meteor, Beatrice Broad
clot li and Serges. The newest models, in a won
derful variety. All sizes. TM,'i 'iw
Here You Will Find the Smartest and Newest Styles in
Men's Suits and Overcoats
May Be Arranged If Desired.
These $20.00 Coats,
The new slightly-fitted
back accentuates the long
straight lines of these
clever styles. They have
the set-in sleeve, plain or
velvet trimmed, conver
tible collar; in tan, blue
and gray. Sizes 34 to 44.
The Usual Prices oi Such
Superior Clothing are
$18.00 to $25.00
Not made down to a bargain price, but
made up to the best standards of men's
ready for service clothing. Clothes that the
most particular men will wear, with the full
satisfaction of being among the best dressed
fellows in town.
Made expressly for O'Neill's Store for
Dad and the Boys by a manufacturer
picket! for his ability to give every man all
lie looks for in good clothing, good quality,
good looks, good tailoring, good fit. And
O'Neill's put the price down to a value
giving point not to be met by any good
clothier you can think of.
Twenty New Styles of Overcoats,
$25 to $35 Values at .
AmonK them: -The Swaffjer Belted Back Coata. in well defined patteraii full, n on
wiafaaaiWM over . suiaur aaapea I'opCoati, for mild dtiv or for evening
wear. ehurcB, MOUIMM, e. Regulation Overcoats, in several styles, showing the lateit ideal
in collars, aleeves. etc. Storm Overcoats, b.g. manly, vigorous, built to defy Jack Kroat and
Old Boron ia their must spiteful moodl Imported Param:tta Raincoat!. so sd so impervious
to rain, SO well rauc Hint tnev ure guaranteed a new coat OT munev back if one of then A
points. Blick Overcoats, of all correal style for men of all sizes.
ih i ir m in
CM3Z?J .tu .5vr,s KB
ThjLrly ?ew. S'y,es ot Suits- 18 to $25 Values, at $12.50
, .... Tbi Mao la Vrct atU i'lir fiinWl. n a ai . . T
A Golden Opportunity for Thirty Women Who' 2,000 Pieces Gold
Want Smart Fur Coats
Thirty Regular $98.00 to $110.00
New Fur Coats
Values 50c to 75c c .
Special at CiJ
It' Olive Tablets
l:or You !
Beware et thfl hal it or OOTlrtpation
It devfloj-8 lroni ij'. u few MMtipatc '
ftyn, atpecJally in Old Pcaple, unlir,
ou take yeeimM in hnnl.
Coox tr.fl juded Ioa,i nuite'rs I nc'
,o nonr.i I ictlon v.i.li Dr. Bdwardi'
Olive Tibleti, the auVatituti for n.:. nrl
Don'; fores them 10 ursnaturat aetln
with aevere medicines or by r.iarel
fluahins cut the irustirira with nasi
I icker.inr; cath irtics.
Dr. EdvvnrJa believea in gentlenrs.
peraiatency artl Noture'n assistance,
Dr. Edwarda' O'.ive Tor let a oil th
boarela; tl eir action ia gentle, yet poni
tive. There ia revt : any pwin n gripir.
when Olive Tablet are uaed Juat ih'
kind of ireaunent old persona slioul d
Take Olive Tablet mixed with ally
oil and have no trouble with yum
bowels or atnmach,
"E ry little Olive Tablet hts a move
ert all own." 10c ar.d tic per box
The Olive Tablet Co., Columbus, O.
The underprieiug of high
class fur coats at the pres
ent time is no small
achievement in itself and a
strong attraction to the
economical buyer. 1) u t
of greater importance is
the Important feature of
high qtialit) .
These Magnificent Fur
Coats are of very high
grade skins selected for
their evenness of quality,
high lustra of fur and fine
markings. This is the
factor that will impress
The Styles and Tailor
ing are faultless. T h e
newest model are shown
with all the late features?
of collars, sleeves and fas
tenings. The highest priced
exclusive furriers could not
improve on them in the
least. In fact, the best
specialty dealers buy their
furs from the same house
that sent these coats to
Russian Broadtail Ponyskin Coats
Selling usually at !)K.OO
Fonyskins of the beautiful broadtail markings. Full lengths,
luicd with guaranteed satin or brocade.
Nearseal Coats at $79.50
Selling usually at $105.00
Foreign dyed and dressed skins of rich depth and beautiful
lustre, Exceedingly handaoioe; lined with satin.
Caracul fur Coats at $79.50
Belling usually at 110.00
Flat i silky Caracul fur of exquisite ipialitv. worth more than
our sale price at wholesale to day. Full length
A beautiful assortment of fine
gold top jewelry in plain and en
graved designs. Heavy gold on
top on the surface that shows.
will wear a long time. There
diversified designs in bar
r.w, n , ,01 I ha NUtV r iT AH alia" II aaaa W Tl a t1 i ,
-w - Vl' , lt".,r""c";'uit' '" "av-v MWU. and ni,H,r
S, il w, l l,,Y, aaaai " inier Norlolk Suit, in Its newe.i developmenl six plestt in liai
--- ' " ....-v uo iiaiiv caaaimercii rsa. niuc aerffes
Younjer Men, snappy effactl In bright, VigeroUi mixtures SaoiUI 8 JlU In I dosen or nure eft
III...., I ....... .... - J ' . W9 .....
a., i w.iv w.i m an, i eus. cvenini ciocnis, too. rail evenln
The Slender Soft Roll Sacquc Suit, with
Ire s ,
We guarantee the styles to be line
for-Une correct, tho workmanship by
men tailors of training, knowledge and
skill, and wc guarantee the fit by mak
ing necessary alterations FREE,
Cash or Credit
Open an account on
O'Xelll'a store fur H...I anil tha llova.
eour I HI rn n i e- Ulre. l, from Sixth xenne
plain colors and fancies. The mart
pla n or fancy wesvet all new models, rot the
Afternoon Cutaway coats ami vesta end Prince
r Taxed . faced with silk, cut and finished perfectly,
covers quality, value, fit and ser
vice. If any suit or overcoat should
happen to disappoint you, bring it
back and get a new one for it or your
pins, collar pins, hat pins, buckle
pins, etc. allies to 75c. ff
Fo-morrow's leader Jjt3 C
O'.Nelll Main store I Iral I lour.
Women's Coat Sweaters of
worsted yarns, plain and fancy
stitch, in white, navy and red.
These 92.30 to 92.98
Smart YVorated Sweaters in aeyeral
new atylea. A aperial limited lot for
early ahoppera to-morrow.
Women's Shaker Knit
Heavy weight, Shaker knit, rough
nerk, in white, tan, navy, Oxford and
A remarkable diaplay of aweatera in
all the newest atvlea.
O'Neill Mala Mure Urn Floor.
Extra Special -Tomorrow -Election Day ONLY
Men's 50c Genuine "Guyot"
The suspenders that are so well known the
world over for their quality ami other points of
superiority that tl ey need no introduction to
New York men
Boys' Guyot Suspenders, reg. i5i at c,c
O'Neill', store fur Had and the Bora.
Boys' Two-Trouser Suits
Regular $5.00 to $6.00 Values
A New Lot Plenty More ot Those
Men's $1.25 to $2.50 Shirts
Women's Golf Vests in
heather mixtures, dark and
light shades, striped and plain
O'Neill Main store - Ftrat Floor.
The materials are im
ported woven and print
ed madras, fine batiste,
cheviots, garners, per
cales, mercerized fabrics
of every description and
in light and dark grounds, neat stripes and figures, in all this sea
son's colorings; plaited and plain negligee bosoms, coat style, cuffs
attached, in either starched or soft turn-back style; all sizes.
Men's 1 Pure Silk Ac
cordion Knit Scarfs, 45c
Made of pure thread silk in ac
cordion weave, witli cross stripes of
contrasting colors full length scurfs
in 15 different color coinhiuations.
In the newest styles of
fancy niixed cheviots and
cassimeres, in hlue, gray
und brOWa shades; cut in
the latest styles of Nor
folk ami douhle breasted
models; an extra pair of
trousers with each suit.
itli trousers full lined;
Im 7 to 17.
K J AJ
r" - .r- v r i i.i
;::drl Boys' Two-Pants Suits,
i ll alues 6 and $,50
In all-wool cheviots and cassimeres, in blue,
(My ami brown fancy mixtures, also corduroy in
several shades. Suits are cut in the QBWeit Norfolk
nnd dou'nie-hreustrd models. An extra pair of
trousers with each suit; both trousers are full lined;
sizes 7 to 18 veara.
In Junior, Polo and School styles,
arc in blue frieze with astrakhan
and silk frogs, also Russian.
Jack Tar Reefers,
Regular Value $i..0
O'Neill Main si,,,, I'lilrtl llmir
lined with satin.
--il St. Klesalor.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Men's $3.50 Coat
Made of fine worsteds in Oxford
arav. navv hlue. tan. and brown;
neck or Myron collar style
pockets; sizes 84 to 40.
Men's $5.00 B'anket
Made of fine wool Hlankets, cut full length, with inverted box pleat in
the back) shawl collars, heavy neck cords anil girdles to mate hi In brown,
gray, blue, red. in stripes and JSCOUlrd figures -all sizes.
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes Now
The kind of shoes that discriminating men by thousands
buy every day at $8.50 and $4.00 and get full value anil satis
faction. Such shoes at fyi. 40 are not to be had every day.
About I. (inn pairs in
black and tan leathers,
Hlurher. button and
lace styles. Tan Rus
sia calf, button and
lace, black gnu metal
uaU button, lace,
liluchcr. All sizes in
the black leathers und
mostly all sizes in the
russet leathers. To
n all-wool chinchilla, in blue and two shades of grav, made with con
vertible velvet collars, cut full box style, 84 length, double breasted, with wool
flannel lining; sizes 4 to 10 years.
Boys' $5.00 Double Texture Rain Coats, $3.39
O'Neill's store (or Had and the Hoya.
Boys' New fall Hats
Regular Value $1.25 and $1.50
In Rub Itaii, Tyrolean and Teddy and TeUseapt
luipcs, in blue, brown and lilit and dark gray felts anJ
Women's Milanese Silk Vests,
with embroidered yokes, white,
pink ami sky blue.
Women's Knit Union Suits -White,
ribbed, half wtxtl l;uion
Suits, hitfh neck, loni; or short
sleeves, ankle length, $
value W.00, at
O'Neill Mala Store flr.1 Floor.
rammmg O'Neill-Adarui Co- Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Si, New York City
I ; Jf fK fK
jBoyi4 School Caps at 50c
Regular Value 7 c
In a In rsa assortment of fancy suit
ings and navy blue serge, made up in i
golf.baad sad plaited back styles; either
stripped or sil' lined und leather
IWMl bands; all llsei.
Blouse Waists. 45c
Regular Value 7 Jc
In blue, gray and brown flannel,
fsQcy Bdin flsnnel, perculei a;w!
madrss, with flood cuffs, yokes snd
its idiag luraover collars, irltb bit but
tons in front; sizes 7 to 1.5 years.
Boys' Furnishings Specials.
value $4 and $4 50, at $3.00
O'Neill'. Store for Had and the Boy..
Night - Hoys' Dome! Flannel ; Hoys' Domel Pajamas.
3(lc. Night Shirts, SOc: Vll.Tdc, 79c; value $1,00,
O'Neill's Store for Ilatl and t lie Bora.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street