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THE YyiNQ WORLD, WEDNIBDAY, NOV E MB E R 8, 1912.
PrCi lent-Flfft Will HnmmnnH .ISBS
! MilMthiU which will effectually npri
l"Viii't. Inr. f V, X,M fl" n your liver, then on PWHtMU
UI lilt llllvj,
BO ll will lead grnu In ih rlhl direction.
A pc ron, whan Bleb. M v JJM 10
rup at a straw Unworthy rtlo1 re
: 1 1 : r i advertised to cur all manna
of Ilia and you art made the foal for
prrimani unlea you uaa common n.
Everynody u oceaalonally or trequaatl In
lha thrnea or a Mlloua allaok, of which all
the symptoms ara Natura'a dapBjar signals
for you to do aomethlnf before It I too
lata. Headache, bad stomach and constipa
tion ara tha forerunners of moat Intestinal
ill. rases. Attacked In lima. In a common
thai- aeon pe ovar. Btu.iy
raa ami atudy tha remedy. Take
SSSHWc Give and Rcdcrm Surely St.imp
Is One Comment.
I laONDOV, Nov. fi.-Th Presidential
faction resulted much a had been an
'tlclpatad In Great Britain, although tlie
jpubl'r ua prepared Jor the posVilblllty
JjbjP none of the candidates obtaining uf-
itcUjnt vote and of the choice of a
President lining thrown Into the handa
rt ,Tba evening, newspapers to-day all
peak blevMr erf Woodrow WUaon and
ml tor MUetaa ttod politic. Tha free
ttwdl Weatmlnater Oazntte aaya the
jpwool of tha I'nlted States are clearly
rp for new man and new maaaurea
"Tlrad of their profeaaWial polltlolana.
the A-merlcau people have decided to
aTtve a new hmui trial. Bo a learned
historian ' and former oollecs principal
walks Into the White House Molt
treartUy w wish lucceas'to this expert
inlsal with a 'philosopher king' belnK
mad In the moat unllki ;y quarter In
tha world. Frona our own experience
. With unlvcrsl) man h politics, we ara
. WOWiafM to hop that he will prove
a hrwd and practical aa any of the
old Madiere In American politics."
i Thaodore liooeevalt'a position In th
poll, aooordlng to baa Wastmlnsler Oa
artte, Juatlflaa his Incursion Into th
aWotlon arena, while President Taft
will get sympathy owhvg to the clroum
tancca which aent him up as a cand
date with a divided party and th
wtronneat i nlo personality In the coun
try disputing his claim. The West
trrlnotex (laratte conclude:
"Th United State thu Joins In the
universal movement agnJnst the arti
ficial raising of price by a tariff."
Tha Evening Standard rays:
"Woodrow Wllaan-wlll command con
'fldence In hta own country and In the
, world outside, lie Is a public man of
'a much higher type than some of those
Wao have occupied the White House.
' The Democrats did a good stroke of
buslnea , for. tHelr party when they
ohose him It Continue:
"TheV had the 'eene to see that the
great body of ree.pecU.jle, citlr.cn of the
United State wero heartily tired of the
sordid cquabble of party managers
' with tha accompanying chlcan. ln
.trlgu W c(-seklng."
The U'.Ri 'land liken Theodore Roose
velt's radicalism tt that of Chancellor
Lloyd George, but aay It la mora mod
erate. The Pall Mall dasette aya, Woodrow.
jj Wilson Is the type of citizen whoas
aloofness from politics ha left lAmar
lilean afUlr 'td a ecome o largely th
f pry of cbrrupUerl and chlcan. It con
tinues: .. "The promotion of Woodrow Wilson
'' to the Democratic leadership and the
volution of Theodore Roosevelt as the
head of a new party are In reality two
I ymptoms of the same force the In
taaaa wish of the better elements In
' America for the blessings of honest
government, it u a alKn of health In
tha nation that the real contest should
be between two men wkjo are so much
auperlor In character and outlook to
th common political level."
n.t iiiv ..n vour boweia. 'Uk. some
thins which NatuM haa furnlahed and
which la untouchad nor altered hy human
l.nr.n. A natural remedy II th rholco Ol
every iToetoe. Ilunyaai janoaj r.r a
their choice. It la the moat Ideal. naihi
nn l anff.t. Natural I.aaatlva Mineral v a
ami ha.tr a tumMerfill on arlatn Mil
speedily, aura and gentle.
The Oreauat Plan
of er ever made. A
plaaa for tBt(.Tl
that would ordin
arily eet yea 1130
O'Neill Main tier
m T In New York's A Shopping Centre
0 Neill-Adams Co.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
pr'.vM-i ft tlbAfftl
t I Ip1 Olftn
nntltr which you
curt buy Kurt.) tur
nd Horn rurnlah
Injm mil itrranir
2 One of New York's Largest Distributers of Men s Knit Underwear, Having Made It Decidedly to Our Advantage
and Yours We Will Begin To-Morrow the Quick Disposal of
Over 32,000 Pieces of Men's Famous "Cooper" Spring
The Working Man's Friend
In Time of Sickness.
I am a blacksmith by trade ncl woulri
like to aay a word to all who have to
work bard and suiter wun tnetr Kianrya
1 luffered for about ten years and was
treated by a Waynesboro, V., Doctor.
He (aid that 1 had Bright' Disease and
that he had done all he could for me. I
read about Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and
as I could hardly do a day work, was
willing to try anything that would do mr
any good. After taking Swamp-Root a
few day I felt so much better that I con
tinued until I felt thut I was cured and 1
was altogether a new man. That was
eight yean ago and if 1 ever feel the least
pain about my kidneys 1 just take a few
dose of Swamp-Root and in a few days
I am all right. 1 feel to-efny that I am n
well man and would say to all who suffer
with their kidneys, take Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, for it has dnne more for
me than all the doctors, and laved doc
I can further lay that about two years
ago my sou was lick in bed and was
taking medicine from doctors and got
worse all the time. 1 went in the night
and got a fifty-cent bot tic of Swamp- Hoot
and told him to lay aside all the doctors'
medicines and tuke Swatnp-Koot. He
took ail bottles and I am glad to aay that
he is, well to-day and has not had any
trouble with his kidneys since. It was
Swamp-Root that cured him. My son
now thinks that there is no medicine that
a doctor can give that can compare with
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp'-Knot.
Very truly yours,
G. W. HARDING,
Personally appeared before me this
8th day of March, luu, G. W. Harding,
who subscribed the above statement and
made oath that same is true in lubitance
and ip fact.
Given under my hand this Bth day of
March. h. EL PATTON.
Justice oi th Peace.
Needle Derby Ribbed Underwear at
Much Less Than Half Price
Dr. Kilmer ft Co.,
Blnghamlnn, N. V.
I Prom the Washington Star.)
"Ara you an allenlstT"
"Well, I want- your advice."
do you mesm?"
"Do you want to get somebody Into
an asylum or out of one?"
Ditrarli's words are worth
thought. Nowadays, by a man's
collar you may know him. Do
not disregard your collar. Lookup
They will show ypu what are the
mart collar. Th neweit shape is
the Pembroke with LINOCORD
"SNAP-ON" buttonhole. Ample
icirf space sises 2 for 25c
Be svits to stejt and try it.
KCNSETT. 2ia lb. CHATHAM, 2 In.
CEO. P. IDE & CO.. TROY, N. Y.
Alto Makmrt of Idt Shirt
Prora What Swimp-Roet Will Do Pot Tea.
Send to Dr. Kilmer It Co., Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will alio receive
a booklet at valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention the New
Y'ork Evening World. Regular fifty
cent and one-dollar site bottles for sale at
all drug stores.
It's Me for Olive Tablets!
That is the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tab
lets, the substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards, a practising physician
for 17 yeara and Calomel'i Id-time
enemy, discovered the formula for Olive
Tablet while treating patients for
chronic constipation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tabids do not
contain calomel, but a healing, (oo thing
No griping i the "keynote" of these
little sugar-coated tablet.
They cause the bowels and liver to act
normal. They never fore them to
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tableti are io
easy to take that children do not regard
them a "medicine" at all.
If you have "dark brown mouth"
now and then a bad breath a dull,
tired feeling lick headache torpid
liver and constipated, you'll find quick,
sure and only plratant results from one
or two little Olive Tablet at bedtime
They're perfectly hurmle.
Thotisunds take one every night just
to keep right. Try them.
"Every little Olive Tablet ha a move
ment all it own." 1,0c and per box.
The Olive Tablet Co., Columbus, O.
O'Neill's Reason for Making
First of all because a purchase of Cooper Underwear at any
price below regular is a prize but at the price we paid for this
immense lot it is that sort of business prite that never comes more
than once in a lifetime. Positively, we never expect to duplicate
Then what a woriderful sale attraction it is for O'Neill's Store
for Dad and the Boys! What crowds of enthusiastic men and
women it will bring to this, America's greatest Men's and Boys'
Oufittting Store ! We want the men to come in hundreds thous
ands and know O'Neill's Store for Dad and the Boys.
Need We tell VpV Vnrlr man iitVki "Pftnnaa" llanie ia9 UaakfHs P-cntinall f nirnptr mnii la o tn n rata I ll n f if m aha r9 flirt Kna f cf nnda rA Q A Vir fr iflsffl lpnt.a Al
high grade underwear in America that it is perhaps sold in greater quantities than any other make that it is a leading line of underwear in thousands of the beat W
uicii s lunusning snops throughout the country that it is of such satisfying quality that it is very seldom sold at cut prices.
The Wholesalers Reason
After many years of distributing high class brands of underwear
they decided that their own names were their greatest business
assets, and that they would hereafter distribute men's underwear
bearing a brand of their own. The quickest way to accomplish
this was to close out their entire holdings of "Cooper" underwear
and assemble new stocks bearing their own mark. These new stocks
will include exactly the same grades and styles as these we will
sell at 95c, but with the new brand they will retail, as always, at
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, 13.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 and why
not! They belong fairly enough in those price classes.
DERBY fxl RIBBED
Thi trade-mark 1 on every gar
ment a guarantee of excellence.
no me higher;
All Men's Sizes
Included are fine grades of Ribbed, Silk and Wool, All Wool
and the finest mercerized Knit Underwear in silk striped or plain
Shirts and drawers, all are made and finished in the very best man
ner, reinforced at all places where the wear comes; silk bound. Colors,
stripes, plain blue, tan, ecru and natural.
The "Spring Needle" feature of Cooper's Grade de Luxe
Underwear, with its peculiar elasticity and durability, is the foundation
of the Cooper superiority. It is the soiree of the greatest comfort and
satisfaction. It conduces to the pleasure of the wearer as well as to the
life of the garment. It gives Cooper's Grade de Luxe Underwear and
no' other -"the stretch that goes back." The Spring Needle stretch is also
important from the standpoint of economy. The durability of Cooper'
Grade de Luxe Underwear is increased by ithis feature, for as the gar
ment gives to every movement of the body, it avoids the chafe and strain which would be disastrous
to one less elastic. This, added to the superb workmanship behind each garment, cheats the laundry
of its prey and increases your admiration for this greatest of all underwear.
All $1.50 to $5.00 GradesAll Priced 95c
ILxtra Special Thursday Only
Flannel" Bath Robes.
xX-j s s Our Lowest
1 I II I Previous Spc
cial Price for
Such Splendid Robes
Made of double-faced, wide stripe
German Flannel. They have sailor
collars, trimmed with satin ribbon,
turnback cuffs, finished with girdle
at waist. Shown in different colored
stripe on light grounds. A w aa
wonderful bargain at . . . $X.VfVf
O'Nalll Mala Moto Third Floar.
O'Neill Star for Dad sad th Bora l our aotranras dlrarll, from With avaBa.
$75.00 Parlor or Living Room Suit, $57.50
Please observe that $75.00 Is
O'NeUVs moderate regular price for
this Beautiful Suit not a fanciful
This elegant S-pit-ce parlor or living
room suit is made of beautiful birch-,
wood, finished a rich shade of dark
mahogany. Great care has been taken
in all joint construction in order to as
sure a long - wearing article. Hroad
panels in back. Has heavy French legs
and beautiful hand-carved claw feet.
Hack is artistically carved. It has a
spring seut fitted with loose cushions,
which are tied on with silk cords and
tassels. You can make your own selec
tion of upholstery in silk plusbi silk ve
lour or panne.
This suit is a new design and is being shown for
the first time. Those who are looking for a high-grade parlor
or living room suit that is much above the average will find
this an extraordinary value at the price quoted.
O'Neill llomfarnlhtas Store, Herood Floor.
O'Neill's November sDa!c Standard TOIIXT ARTICLES
Always Planned at This Time To Enable Our Thousands of Patrons To Make
Their Personal and Christmas Gilt Purchases in Advance at Bargain Prices
All articles are of standard
Qualities, thrir merits brin well
estulilishej as the bt-Ht preparations of
their kiml. No imitations, no sub
stitutes or "just atfRoorl" articles.
This is Only a Partial List
of fine hundreds of sprciala included
in the aale; on the ipecial counters you
will ce everything that you need in
It is a Three-Day Sale,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tail
will five our uhurban patron tvajn
opportunity to benefit by the sales.
Half ounce buttle of
the new "Venetian
Bouquet" free with
purchase of 1 0 each
or more in toilet urticlea
for Thursday only.
We cannot fill Mail Orders,
phone or C. (). I), order. No drillers
will be aupplied ud quantitiea will b
limited al our discretion.
60c si so
This is the Last Bitr Toilet
Article Sale of Thi Year. Don't
Wis the opportunity of making pur
chases for ( hriatma Gift and ample
supplies for home use.
Si ounce site, 19c.
The Value Quoted indicate
tha recognised sises and are not our
regular price, watch are always much
below prices which apfMar on the
Thymoline 11.00 Sis
w us wunin
S..UI., 10 tlie
1 Oc alia; at ...... . -
i .i Hui oi; Sa.lssi
at .'I aUe-. for I I
1 lb. Cawlilei 1 00 alia:
all tsal tnd arUrlea ad
rertleed la The World lll h
listed nl Tha World's Inform.
Don llureau. I'ulllirr Uulldlnc
'Arcade. Pork Kowi World'
Ttitoara office rUiwect ear
ner .IMth HI. and Hrsadwan
World's Harlem Office. X4II
Weal 12Sth at., and World's
Brookla office. illrS Waahln
taa St., Brooklin. for SO daa
fWawliia t prlntU at ih
ad isa lb aietjl
I 1(1 K Kill THE t llll.DKl.X-
Tar will b a seajpos urlnied in next
Bundal'! World guod for a "Nn Houp Hub
fr ' a new device which makea larse
. - . in. aoap t.uUblca without th uae
of aoapauda. Juat the thins for a rhil
,1, ii . imriy. Kra for in toupua In nest
Sauda a World.
2 Tic also. Hi
t nun Imported ( aa
tile; 70c bar; al
4 lb. !mellc ( as
Hie. i.'. br; at ... .
Mwrrlbrurt Tollel Soap,
caka :i t'ke for II'
Hpralt'a lo( Soapi
1 ffl cka los 'r :i 29c
trmoiir'a Mjlian TM g.
Countte'l tilxerlne Mia:i
, ,, ,thon .... . .' I 'a I.e. for i.1
lolaate'. linn, . UBpi III'
.it.m a,aa: :t '.c- fur J.,
oliale's 0luil Moapi
i .kn for -' .
rolgale'. af'aBt. rraam
Swdf W .'.'' -3.' ' 1 :
ror trie to'i'Plclu"
Melrose raC I'oivder
CuKal? White CI
t Cat", for 31 h .
I nlCBte-s t ola t rfsn I o
( akee for -".'.
olaate'a ( aahmere, Bou
,iii i. small ais. U caaas fur
( ideate'. Turkish Hatlu
" S .'.! .50c
Cal'gaie's I. lira! Kwim rllse;
.i laandaJwaoo. Monaii vsolsl
I3i?f?f !"r $1-00
4 eaM; pr do 7C
i i.Ir i 1 1 'i t-nnll-h .ro r-i
I vary Soap; ami 3 x
, , u i Houp;
MarUoaald'a Hair HswUrer
nd Hhampoa CasaM- OC-
oatlaa. al W-
16c and USc 1 aJeam 1 fl
fowder, odd lot, at,.
Krwln's Ideal Baby fw-
dr, In (laas Jar, 21c
tilterla Talrum lwdr. In
lass jar, 39o also, jy-
inlet Antmunla, 1
Mm l, ( aalile
Haaui i"'i 'I " n
Oenillne Imported Hpant.h
i aslflei 10c Tic
7vrr? iWoi ii.oo
fiouraud's Urlenlal Cream.
ibs liquid bMUtiUeri QQq
1 1 . -
i.j.rki-a race rew.
I retain. " r.lB. a( .
Illud lluuy Aliiioiid on
VlolM AmmoiiU, 8 2
I - l-li. Tla Cor yl opal 1 fj
Talcum Powder SWS
I aiiilinii for Ih 79-
Hair, too ls. at. . . .
BaCi Hpoaceaj valuta AQ
10 7.'.'-. at mVJK,
Baa Milk CiHaplasUa e
I loth l i.l I ; at , . . .
l nil Site
SmaH size, tperial at
Savnaple lot of
ma-ried. In varl
price and lea
rv MM Ir
liil back : ral nho
W row bnatle; nt . .
Millisu) lUIr Bruahea
ilj u j.u. tbonr. 12
Mothfa H r u h I
f' t it , i- i, ptiunjr, rofiaw
vaiim 7 .. n 0o. 1
1 1 .uo. at
Hal Mrushea. ll real elionr.
nutural ebony saaeWOOd
and aatln, values to 29c
Baby Hruh, oid ' Q.
Hull. Mrnah wilh detach
a 111 u and Str9 handle,
Nail JBniabei' ra'tua 7
Tooth Hru.he ltd
.ml 1 lie : at
Kleanwell TiMeth 'iC
Hatit'a nam !
re. - I
H r.l.i tun I 1 1 ain t r-
liilft'i 4 or .'1 q, ; oiiil Ii iiumm
uiii rj rubber. int'i, aid
attach in until,
lisitila, eiatn lnwtlon; h -k-
"1TJfUanl.M:a' $1 .00
NMinlMia ,tWmrr ir" Hot
um.r Itotti. man
antavtl; 2 or .1 qt.
VVa.tr ItultlfH 2
food quality Ml CQ.
rubbar: worth at 7v
;tlh . Kubbrr
q iij 111 y v n
ttat' ll'll' lit!
lexl, 'at ur
surrl " Hot ulrr li i
tl all rabbtf 1 riit- 7Q
i : . ,) at,, ff
' Hurrt)" r'oui.i mi HtHiim.
til rut'bar u h n inn n-
- V 2 nr i qt.
WlUab Breoma, fd
attack, worth 16o: at....
Tollal Fapar, "tb At. Spa-
.'!"".'' 8o . 33c
l"olo" Tollel 1'apaei
re. Hr roll at DC
U.tMMI NhreU -Ilk Ma- S (
ullai r. I .In rolls, at I UC
ll.. I (liiullly Tollel faper,
2.nou Mtedtdj re. K 5c
Milk af Masatwiai '
Wrath's H a Sul- oe
phnr llalr lonle. at. . daC
una Natural c
Hoofle, at t DC
hamural Talrum, Hi. 21c
Hahraf k'e rorylopala
l.il. .in 1C
To each customer
tomorrow a ia,n
i t a r y rollapsible
"Venetian" and Loonen'a Parisian
"V a sallss
111 1 EassaWi
- 1 a a I I a a" I.
... ...ii. e ; u naefc
stilt l.r'al value 1 CO
111 t 1.00
I irst quality
H-OI. I, utile
olid back. 11 row Kuaat.a
Loonea; at ...
Iualr-IU Nail Ka- i Orau. hka,
amel: JSo ,,e. , . , ItC d for . . . ' Sp
a...,, i. ... - (..,.. i. . . ae
........ .man at. . a. 7
I'erfuined I'umlc .
For the Teeth
' tra . o
K o I y ii o1. Toolb s A
I'aale; Bo, BIS", at..
Knlyao'. I I. Jul. I 11.
Binall alar, at IOC
ahef field'. Toolh
1'a.te; Bfte. alsa. at.. 1 1C
ric v.. i. ,,,ih I'ni, drri 19
'Joe else, at IS.C
I'aroslde Tooth 1 A
1'a.le. I Bo. olsa. at.. 1 C
C ideate'. Ilealal C
ri.wdrr, small, at... IOC
CalraSa'a lleulal OA .
I'owder; largv at . . arC
Cnleale Toolh I'aalei f
small, al 1 UC
O'Neill Mala Star, la Toilet Artirls Mea tloa and fprUl Counlaraa first rloor.
cdw. a r..!., 20c
Nanlt.d Toolh PaaUi now-
d.r or "qUd; i0. . ,
'- pi He
I ui io in. 1 Toolh . r
1'a.le; it, ,,, tt IDC
febeao Toth 1'a.le; .
' air. at vJIC
eiosodont l.lualdl a m
lie, an, at. 7. .... 15c
Calot Toolh I'owder; a
a.'ic Bile, u 1 Sc.
o.lid Mouth Maahi aa
-" slaa, al JOC
OEaO'NeilliAdams Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street. New York CityEaO.