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THE EVENING WORLD,
"AUNT JANE" BARKS
$9,000 FROM HER
BIG 1 4-INCH MOUTH
War Department's New Baby,
: Greatest in the World,
"Aunt Jane" In all r'lrht. She It th
baby, she II the iilKgest baby the
aorM h 11 vet urn and when he
auwk ajometlilna; ilrnps seven mllea or
o away. Drops so hard, too. they aay,
that anything hit would never bothor
about answering .back.
In the Navy and the Const Artillery
they are real proud of "Aunt Jam" to
day. She la their latest pet. rtonio day,
toayhe anon, they will have a atill blg
ger Infant, of course; but Just at pres
ent "Aunt Jane" autlaMes all their long
inga. They tried out her sltiglnir volco
t .Sandy Hook yesterday and ahe beat
Limit -Col. E. B. Babbitt and Brl(r.
Gn. Croaler, head of the War (.'oUege.
who are prominent amoti , "Aunt
Jane'a" princtpnl nursea. said after the
trials that Uncle Sam was entitled to
be proud of hla latest. No other coun
try tiaa an Infamt like It and Its voice
beats all expeetatluris, they said.
Juat In her birthday clothes "Aunt
Jane" welgis fifty ton. Her oradle
weighs 708 tome; 36 tons for the carriage.
Prt proper, 2C2 tons for the part that
malcce It movo and MO tons for the part
traat save It from : :.p.:,u: ovur when
barby let looae one of her yells. For all
that, "Aunt Jan.-" Is so traotlble that
both aba and her pretty cradle oan be
managed with one hand.
AUNT JANE'S MOUTH IS FOUR
TEEN INCHES WIDE.
But the apeultil feature about "Aunt
Jane" 1 that her little round mouth
la fourteen incliua across. Never an
other child of tlie son had a mouth
more than twelve Inches. It hM taken
year to add tlMM extra two Inches
Ad the parents themselves were not
ure of their sjcx'.-sa until they saw
"Aunt Jane" at play.
Now there 1 no doubt, and little
' Slaters like "Aunt Jane" will go down
to take care or the Panama Canal.
Others will be put In otUsTg of Hono
lulu and the harbor at Manila. The
bi;get warships In the world, the New
Tork, launched the other day, and thl
Texa, building at Newport News, are
to carry other of "Aunt June's" little
slater to help take care of the United
State generally and keep the bogeyman
Kvery time "Aunt Jane" speaks she
eot Uncle Sam about $1,100, to ..ay
nothing of the cost of her malntcnan 'e,
which Ls a deal more. Of the $l,;uO,
Just half, or 1710, ls the cost of "Aunt
I Jane's" thtoat Imenge and the rest It
1 the wear and tear M the throat. For
I "Aunt Jane" con BJMH and can only
ief go about ISO auawk before ahe get!
so hoarse aha eon never squeal again.
But thrit I declared to be "Aunt
Jane's" beat feature. On th official
reglater ahe will be entered a th new
fourteen-lnch (un and there will be a
side not aaylng he would make war
cheaper, since the twelve-lncher. th
biggest guns In exlitence, would not
live for more than about aeventy arena,
or aibout one-fourth what th fourteen
in h will stand.
SIX SHOTS FIRED IN 3 MINUTE
In the presence of Hrlg -Hen. Croiler,
Lieut. -Uol. Babbitt. Major-Qen. Barry
and Brig -Oen. Weaver, former chief of
the Ordnance Department, who repre
aented Secretary of War Stlmaon. ubaent
through Illness, "Aunt Jane," as the
men In the service have named the new
Run, wa put through a "rapidity" lest.
Htx shots were llred In 3 minute 4S
seconds. That la a record, and the tlm
would have been ahorter still but that
the electrical firing device balked at the
lat shot, and Lieut. Chick Evans, who
was doing the firing, had to anatch an
old-time lanyard to do the firing with.
Kvery time "Aunt Jane" apoke there
roae up out of the sea away off Sandy
Hook u mighty spout. Col. Babbitt MM
It was more than seven miles away.
The projectiles sent hurtling that dis
tance weighed l.SSO pounds, four-fifth
of a ton, each, and were SO lnchea long.
They landed with such force that a bat
tleship hit would have been sent to the
bottom and a fortress would have lieen
given terrible pains Inside. The shot ls
CO per cent, bigger than that for the
ltlBOh gun and It range 80 per cent,
When the first shot was fired the apec
tators were Bent to a safe distance.
"Them wire guns sometime blow to
pieces and kill everybody 'round," they
WASHED FROM BED
NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
We Give and Redeem Surely Stamps
Houses Swept Away as Tor
rent Rushes Down Hill;
NASHVILLE, Tonn., Nov. 5. A por
tion of the eaat basin of the reaervolr
, from which Nashville gets Its water
1 aupply gave way early to-day, letting
: loose a torrent of water duwn the bill
' on which the basin Is located. See
I ral house were washed away and
.some re- Merits of the section are re
ported missing. Whether there baa been
loss of life has not definitely been
The break came without warning and
caught nearby residents aa they slept.
Several, hearing th rush of water,
hurried to aee what had happened and
were cau(ht In the torrent. Most of
these have been accounted for. Heal
dent near the reservoir felt the effects
of the flood for a short time only, as
the water soon found lower levels,
where it flooded cellars. It la reported
the water that swept down South
Klghth avenue was six feet deep.
I T M. HnY . w ife und child, were
' warned out of their houi", but were
I saved by climbing Into the limbs of a
tree. W. O. Arxlnger und wife were
awaken. -.1 by the roar of the w-.itera
and felt their house moving down the
atreet. They escapee! when the wati r
began to bulwlde. The break In the
I reaervolr Is 160 feet wide.
For an Old
VEST POCKET FORM
Different from any
Better than alt.
It's New! It's Sure! It's Safe!
At Last the RIGHT Remedy
PfMCE 25 CENTS -THY IT TONIGHT!
T In New York's A Shopping Centre
0 Neill-Adams Co.
Sixth Avenue. 20th to 22d Street
To-Morrow the First Series of O'Neill's
I COPYRIGHT' I til IV OWII L. ADAMS CO.)
A popular vote or bargain referendum by means of which the O'Neill-Adams Customers themselves decide what lines of mer
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By the personal votes of thousand. of our customers sent in during last week's balloting the following items (and another list piilli.hei in this evening's J?
Journal ) were decided upon for the first series ol hales ISy Hequest.
Every Price Quoted in This Event Reaches a New Record in Value Giving.
THIS O'NEILL-ADAMS INNOVATION Droved immensely uomiUr the
votes literally poured in. with many enthusiastic comments on this new way
of getting into closer touch with the wants of our customers.
IT 13 STRICTLY A ONE-DAY SALE and e.i h item is a neve,-
iiallrd hargain. It will lie a regular mnnlhlv event, nrevinn.lv !
will be published j our rulr advertising.
which Imllnt blanks
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS having
received the greatest number of votes,
are on sal to-morrow "My Request."
(661 Women Voted lor This)
$8.50 to $12 Trimmed Hats
A wonderful assortment of these beautiful bat trim i
miugs in blark and natural color. (
.!. I ..... 1 1. .1 .i tj - .. aou sa - i
Q Sale prices. 1.7S-to 21.00 each. ) Up
O'Neill Main SlMt-tlril rioor.
s) nuy ail
OPEN SVTURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
Newark, N. J., Store, 49 and SI Market Street
$1.50 Solid Oak
Solid Oak Early
xtra strong con
struction j slat
back; wood seat.
Kur trimmed and other dressy trimmed)
. mi ..... . . !
cnecis. 1 ne newest anil most distinctive ideas,
of the season. Special at.
n O'Neill Main Store Second Floor-UIM St. Klevater.
SSS Women Voted for This)
(1004 Women Voted for Thia)
$1.00 Navy Blue Serges
44 inches wide, all-wool, sponged and shrunk, reJ I ftm ji Q
for thetaHor. A most desirable quality. Sale price 1'g) Yd
O'Neill Mala Store Soroud floor.
(843 Women Voted for This)
$2.50 Plush Cloaking
i 1 .50
A superior quality of tbia much demanded cloaking,)
in the deaired colon: taupe, gray ai.u brown. Sale
O'Neill Mala Store Second Floor.
(321 Women Voted for This)
Irish Dress Poplins
There is hardly a better looking or more desirable J
cotton dress material thau this. All shades are in Ihia sale
Durable Well-Made Furnitureat Money-Saving Prices,
v a B e
lega. Carved top
and claw feet.
ull bent kIus:
Solid oak gol
den FT a I j hi
hetty rla feel
mirror, ; to
dra veri, 0 n e
lt.ed for sll.er.
. i ' 1 'lie'-.
by comparison that
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE
TO SAVE MONEY J
W Oran Arrnnnf t frnm I
$5 to $1,000
I Un Small Weakly Payments J
Solid oak, golden
fini.h; highly piol
carved) full bant
glass end; three
P cr aft o llr Inarttsel
f S. & H. Stomps with all pur-
i bases and with all pay men ' s
i Sliiel.iiarrl now
a M-.ii t. now
0 Klrtrhnarils now
. ,-, SIlleheuriN now
. sldehnnrriH now
$2ii.0i' bra Bed,
. . Iliabai
l COMPLETE 1
' eplloiiall lies
-tile. I.arue glolie mounts on eai h
orner. Ileal) filler rod! In hem)
and fool, f Lall Joints and faut
middle meaatti ill !. Briici.i
Sld.SS ttrai.s Bed Ml
r'.'.'.'iu Brasi. Hrd ,f.ti
, .'. Brass ..eds '
l,H llrasi. io.su
nil r- Iteds
It llr - ' li
. rjraptly to
your home .
SMALL WLtKLY rAYMENTS.
I - mm i
as mm u
-." China .
i"Tar.'. ssm I
LrMP1 .mm I
O'Neill Main Stare- Herune floor.
(i.OU Women Voted for This)
Made of solid
oak, large bev-
e 1 1 e d plot
top drawer. 1
lined for sil
ver. 1 large
cabinet, I Ion
Kvery shopper knows them their sturdy quality, various! jm)
uses, and tbe fact that they always sell regularly at 8 He to Scl
yard ( J
O'Neill Mala Stare Srad fleer. 1
" (87 Women Voted for Thia)
Our well-known "Marlborough-Blenheim" that always) . my m
I , .,.,. L-..II I VV....1 III., ,1.1. Pink n,IV S J
O Blue borders, x inch ailk binding to match Sj Pair
O'Neill Mala Star SjSSBi Flew.
i 54.1 Women Voted for This)
$3.50 Bed Comfortables
A very desirable Comfortable, cut ton down i aa. f m4
(ill. ..I mur.n.k ulrhmil urloht Per. lun f r mt fL.
O und floral designs, full size; for this sale ( aSBisf J
l'Nrlll Main Store Serond riaor. J
(SH4 Women Voted for This)
$6.50 Down Comfortables
A genuine down Comfortable, best French sateen j x .
iih beautiful floral designs; regular ' J A ' I Um.
O 6 fl. it 1 sT J
O'Neill Main Stor Serond rloer.
(4(10 Women Voted for This)
100-Piece Dinner Sets
riv " NO CLUB -NO RED TAPE fJB.
NO STRINGS TO THIS OFFER
NO EXTRA fHARCFS OF ANY KIND
TO OI K f lHTOMEKS.
TMl offer i good for you, loo,
il hei her )our SSSSHBt Is sllll open
ir If )ou have eloied It. llrliii.
inr Dollar and -elrct wbatetei
liln. PI...,. K a, I
n a .... a , a-., . . . . . bb m
.... .v . .w . i. ii m . i. a e . nim . h a. a. aa
need te ui. I ta t'hlna t'loaels now IN.: ' I I
lak . . . - I t'aloa Closets aaw li.i! I II I
nisharooml ,,, r,olM, nowS . M.v l II
r omplelaly.l f thin ( loseU now il.J t II
and wc will j sC K I I
islitsi the Ab.OO White Enamel Bed I II
3.48 mm II u I
m e is
l&Lm a 5aa.M
L 'a no" "J QIaBjaaajjjjjjQjajja
Boglkh I'oicelain Dinner Sets, 100 pieces, i
daintilv decorated, open stock patterns
U Regular value (14.70. at J
0'el llomerurnisninas ninre, nasetneni.
JjLml aw A
(I tl 1 Women Voted for This)
98c Silk Crepe de Chine
iCopirlslil. mi? b c Hui Co. I
1,10 2 Woman Voted for Thl.
Just what you need now '
for NighKiowns, Sacuue.
dren'a Wear, etc. A won
derful bargain at
O'Neill Mala Stor- Heroad Floor.
4. SOU yards of this verv fashionable Dress Silk in a full
assortment of PAKIS COLOM . Double width, a fine
quality uf very beautiful texture and finish; sale price,
O'Neill Mala Star Seeoad I lour fJM Ml. Me, stars.
By Request (m Wmbm Votf(i Tats.)
$1.00 Black Silk Velvet
line lustrous lilack ailk velvet, especially ailapled I mm
to tbe new velvet dresses and suits whirh are now in eurh V f M
great vogue "w W0
O'Neill Main Ntnre aerond n.Kir TM Nf. Rlevators.
334 Woman Voted for Thia.
25c Satine and
Satine and Pen-aline
in a splendid assort
ment of colors; sale
O'Neill Main Star Seroad Moor.
Made of golden
oak; have a com
panel in back;
arms and turn
ed s p i n d I e a:
the baae is
o u g h I y con
O'Neill llemeruralsnlaa hi
(WIO Women olcd for This)
$1.25 Silk Dress Satin
3,000 yards of this beautiful dress satin, brilliant and lus
trous, also while and hlarL. Sale prie
O'Neill Mela Mere Heeond Moor BJ SI. Klesalars.
( .illil Voted for This.)
Men's $3.50 Coat Sweaters
Made of fine wonted in V-neck or Hymn collar
style; without pockets. Color. Oxford gray, brown,
navy and blue Siie 34 to 40.
O'Neal Stae far IM aad Ik Hers.
(445 Voted for This.)
Men's Union Suits
Finely msde of halhriggans and natural wool;
the product of one of our biggest makers Value
$.ao to 1.1.50.
O'Neill Mare r Dad aad th Hera.
By Request (S0H vv,en Voted for Thia)
Moquette Velour Couch Covers
Very handsome designs and colorings, all of which J
Regularly W so to ll.vno each.
Sale prices, SS.30 to SIO.SO.
O'Neill Main Slr
8 so S
till I Slimp
Ileaiy ruiiiluu uosls, with brav)
hill.. Head J In., lilah. foot fl
ins. blKli. All sites, best baked
SI. IS Beds now l.tK
tS.SS Beds new t-h
S1.SS Bed. now Lil
SIS.SS Bed. now .Si
Slt.SS Bed. new S.Sh
u.ee Bed- now S.ll
To-Morrow One Hundred of These
Chests of Silverware
At 26 Pieces
$y rf Regular Value
Rogers' and other makes of
high grutif Silverware, four ptttertll
to helect from; French gruy linish,
bead edge, scroll or fancy edge.
chest contains li Knives, H
Forks, (I Tul le Spoons, II Tea
Spoons, I butter K'life, 1
if not for Thanksgiving
then fcr Christinas giving.
O'Neill Main Mlarr I Irsl Moor.
Reg. 69c to 98c
at 50c Piece
Decorated China Salad
Howls, Cake Plates, Hiseiiit
Jars, Jelly Dishes, Olive
Trays, Tea Cups and Sau
cers, all in neat floral deco
rations, reg. 0!)c to 08c,
special at 90c.
Cheese Dish and Cover, chrys
anthemum design. Keg. t ft AA
$7.UH, at D.JO
Cut Ola Celery Tray, in a rich,
deep cutting, Keg. S.I UK, S C)g
O'Neill lloiiirruriii.hln store llameul.
(4 Women Voted for Thia)
$36.50 French Velour Portieres
Oriental und floral designs, exceptionally rich and 1
heavy, finished with lockstitch edge; good assortment of f J w W
the beat color; pair 1 Ta
O'Neill Mala St. re ton nil fleer. I
By Request (tiHV Women Voted for This.)
Nottingham Lace Curtains
iOO pair, sis exceptionally good designs, either
white or Arabian color; three yard in length; reg.
value . 00 to IS. JO; per pair
O'Neill Mala Stare. Fourth Floor
SsLS3aL $19 Secretary D esk
(Over ,000 Women Voted for Furniture Items.)
Tins desk is 00 inches high, Itl inches wide
and is finished a beautiful shade of dark mahog
any. The top has glass doors; three spaces fur
books; two large drawers in base, French legs,
plenty of room; fitted inside with pigeon holes,
neiicil and nen racks
O'Neill lloniofurnlshlaa store Koroad Floor
(H. Women Voted fir Thia)
$153.00 Three-Piece Parlor orLiv- g
' - D C 'a V
ing ixuuni aim
Sir? 5 5FP
a3 Regular 10c to
m 35c inverted -M
I Gas Mantles
fi " 5c tj J
I" pMltlvtlv I ue I- I Id k " J
t Kon.ii t lxhtiv tiu'frf'" ( put I
not enoillih t't tmiiaii'' Ihrlf "I
I'. light !nif f t'l-'ifn' v Huv one
" h t.osn hundred, uf hi
V :'.. .ib you mn for th
wlnrer K mill, inUithMi y
-kv IliiiiirfiiriiUhlnaj Hlurr.
Tlir IfMM 0 Ikll mil ualt of tnahiiKHiiy, luiiahnl
a beAUtllul lurk ritli sliudf. The dttlftn II Oil of tin
MWMl n t in mark el, and hM Iwen mtlJ.v itijmirrd
by rvery oil whti lias Mrrn thin llllt. 'I m itmiitr' uphul
" u BIMslUjf thttt wears wrll and ran br (lrpfiid
cd upotti Tbe wlioU' unit is OOVftd iu a hitfli r.i.lr uf
Kriiuint; Spaui-h Iralhrr. .
0Nrlll llonirfnr nUtilna Sture SfrnnU Moor.
By Request (Om ooo Wmmi Vi for tImm itemo
He Sewn- the 111. hi lo l imit Quanllllro.
DT.TA.TOFS Kaney Main, r n u n a
Pliniwi..' .luck: bushel, no on-
sol.: ........ W.
Ib.. not. till. ..I
MAMS -Armour Hhl.ld ll.m.
r wl(llls. III 12 1 Mm
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Arm-mr'. Klil.M. pleees .iv
trass laa.; thi. 20c
WarDtirn O roe by O.ll
Me. 1. 1. 2 I ' II' bans ; 7 Cr
i II AUK FklUT ' '"''' I'lorl.t.i.
l.rae fruit : Hire, (or osJV.
sugar--! ft """"; 26c
B 111 carton. s...
iia TMl Al Bsfeeeo, lo .-.nis
11AI Ml Al ihl. sul
Kseh p.iksat. aenlsISs i..s
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t'OrH.L-'l'"'"'y: l-lb- am
SARDINES Surety Bread Norws-
' sUii M.r.llne. In pur
olive oil. Un. in ess. ol
100, SIl.T.li n.r tin
KIPPERED MKRRINC--." sr Is
una in enie. hi i un, ..,tll
SURETY WASHING POWDER
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BABBITT'S GIANT CLEANSER
20 MULE TEAM BORAX SOAR
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