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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1012.
m AUTOMOBILE '
EXTREME DANGER IN TAKING Xtf
vituus r un uits. nnLfint j
Cooper's New Discovery Removes the Cause of Stomach Trouble.
ID USE IN HOLDUP
ftp Tin rtivfi onnn Many men who are chronic sufferers from stomach disorder! have been so aociis-
llr If)' v nllr to gaining quick relief from 1 1 pangn of Indigestion by taking soma powerful drug
loar Bandits ( stl Away w itti
Car and 1 ooi Prom a
l larlem Store.
UMiln V feet nr ihc Weal on" Hon- i
tost and Twentjr-flfth street police -
few at I 'elook laat alsht when " i
wan rruwli"! with H ll strl ina,
men with rrviivrs MM US Hairy I
Itfe In hli Ullor Miir.p 111 No. Tl M 1 11
hattan a van u a and aa aped wild ' W
Blender in an auto noblla, They had I M
aaalan the automobile fur the surpass.
Whan Chart aa K Carl af of tne
Oalonlal Studloe, No B Waal s:xty-eev-
1 f rfl emiirirer In thi' t itler-llH.rn-
ataautaeturlng i empaayi bmm vol ! generally
or tlii purpose thai they run hardly hh up From the dinner lame without rushing off to
yri some our or other of these drugs.
No looner tint's such a man gel a pain in hi stomach than ho takes n Hose of pepiin
or bicarbonate of soda or charcoal, etc. All he knows is that In is petting quick relief and
he does not stop to consider how he is butchering his stomach.
Such remedies only serve to pacify the effect and leave the patient in a worse con
dition than ever as soon as the acute stage of the attack is over.
'I he sense of over-fullness, the headache, the dizziness and the belching of gas are
I 1 t the out ward signs that there is something radically wrong with the stomach; and it is
this deep st aled trouble in the stomach that must be gone after.
Cooper's New Discovery has been made for the purpose of directly attacking the
inflammation of the stomach caused by the catarrhal condition.
Being mildly laxative it quickly relieves the pains by getting rid of the constipated
condition. Hut this is only one phase of its activity. Cooper's New Discovery first re
moves the catarrhal condition of the lining of the stomach, then it tones up the system
so that the .stomach is able to take care of the food that enters it and then rich,
red blood is formed which carries off all wasted matter and the germs of disease that have
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IO New Toy Dept. Fifth Floor O
In New York's 2 Shopping Centre
dlnlna la" nlaht at No. STI
aw autcmnhiu. whi h hr i.h.i i.ft .-it- been settling in the ot her organs of the hotly.
aide, wm anne. Hi- reported the (heft
aa the poller at
the VVnat Sevrnlienth
Then, With the stomach in this healthy condition, it will be next to impossible for
von to suffer from headaches, dizziness and nervousness. Tn fact, so perfectly will your
SttT'ky hSaMH.wWn7f T m i stomach perform Itl natural functions thai you will hardly know you have a stomach at all.
ON SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Win line llunctrad atwt Twonty-IKth
etreet etatlnn, who deinan.le.1 of hlin.
Wliere la yoiir oar?" Kor a few m-j-menta
the two mi n lld mil uinler-Und
one another. Mr Qarseatar thought iSa
detective hail conn to Ue aim Infor
mation Hawk n. who did not know
Ike machine hal baail stolen, Insisted
oak belne given the BSlnUUMI details an
la the enalneera moxementa during Ilia
At liat tha trul'i -ama out. "The
owilier of your car, nT.Wft N. Y.," aatd
Haw: ... "ha tieen a.ven us aa Hint
uasjd iuy four holdup ninn who did a Joh
la Manhattan avrnua i.-ht. The four
drova up In the .-ar. anil whlla ona re
mained at the whew! tha other thrne
paahed auna Into thr face ofV'nlk. tha
ratio i-. and nt away wlih hla foS wati h .
and chain anil n I faf lllatt."
Mr. 4'arpeniar a liultte-l that wun the
Mimhrr of hla our Itiit Mawktna loat
wkat he tied thought wa an raay nine
M the handtte, mil the f-lua Sir Par-
gaeiter rot t Me miihlne did not . arry
kjir'm Ifnateai'a Wrdrtlns a Hnrprlan.
rnjTAT.n.ANl). O.. Nov. II -MIm Iiijy
Sewyer of Akron, O., who lat yra:
save a dinner to her alrl fliahdl 1lh
Conaul, an eduoated ana. at thr i.il'.
haa aurprtaed her frlendu and family ly
marrying Oarar Itack, a yoims nuHnana
man of Clevrland. Thilr mairlp took
rlaee In New York Saturday and they
arrived In Cleveland yeettnlay. Mlae
Hawyer'a parent! thought ahe rxprrtrd
to marry an Atllanoe, O, man. I It
father. W. T. Sawyer, ! a former M o or
Tli.t N iIum
G Tn Yu
Complex inn Powder
land m blunhinar. votithfiil U,
COtUilellon, without i t m ...-, I. r
I 41 11.. ti rnhiMiiiiiH itN.li-liuhti ulanmt an
l 1 1 "Hoi mii rrtti..vell ViHirwIf. IJfl-
. ' t t. 4'Hrmen noftenaand
awnciiuii.neaiii inateati of injuring it.
ir ttnut ira, rik, riot
Itf r'rpajtt. Tv t Hi, IP ranla.
Carmen Cold Cream .
.a.rtri-ii anil aofteiui irrl-j
Ualrtl, r.unh fhln arw-i
wt.ii , inn-tlrky.
. ataHM..aW.rC. ,
. llf OU. St.,
Sunday World Wants
Work Monday Wonders.
Doubly Glad is the Man Who Smokes
Glad to smoke this pure old Virginia and
North Carolina bright leaf with its natural
tobacco taste. Aj?ed and stemmed and then
granulated. Tucks quickly in the pipe rolls
easily into a cigarette.
With each sack a book of cigarette papers
And smokers are glad to get the free pres
ent coupons enclosed in each 5c sack. These
coupons are good for a great variety of pleasing
articles cameras, talking machines, balls,
skates, safety ruors, china, furniture, toilet
articles, etc. Many things that will delight
old or young.
As a i n il oft", r. during November and
December uniy, we l ill send our new illustra
ted catalog of these presents
1 ilEE. J11 t Kctid ua
vouf III DM an ' QaMM
on n ii tali In vpry
burk of LigtHi A Myert
IIuUi-'h Mr.turc is one
and a half ounces nf
plradtd tobheea and
tree pre ieat oupoAa
CoMoti trim ftutr's Mi tturrmar
A tutottfd viih freai HOtUB
VIO! ..I.T-.TPSII Y-SNATURAL
I EAI'. GKANOt I VI3T.o.(.oa.
Aon, ft, ,..IOUHKO'lU!il'i. ''"''
. PICK PI UO CUT, I'lt U
MONT CX.ARETTtS. CUX CIGA.
kr.Tt'KS, aiij uihtr tut' ar toutviu
liJUftt b us
AiUiress Premium Dept.
We have some real
sensible shoes here
at 3 for Men who
While having the looks of a sliaiicly shoe, they
possess real comfort nevertheless. "Best pair
of ahoea I ever hat! on." was the statement
of theoBlSB who tried out the lust p
for ui for two weeks. Built of high- Q.OU
grade Gun Metal Calf
SO other BMmMi at flia same prioa.
oru rUTALOODI Of rAXA anh winthr
Km I IIKAt'TIKI lLY 11.1.1'MTHATKI) IM
(10 LOB, I K NT rUC I AHTWHHH o.N
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Stamped on a
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St. l.i.ule.Mo. 7j
C. G. Gunther's Sons
SILVER FOX SKINS.
These skins were selected from the
choicest collections of the markets ol the
World, and cannot he compared with tn
darkness of color and luxurious ness of
You are Invited to Inspect them.
C G. GUNTHER'S SONS.
Ml Fifth Avenue.
tnTfjHE Sunday World's Want Directory makes
more " oners 01 foiuonn than anj
two mediawns in the universe.
6th Ave.. 20th to 22d St.. New York City
sr vsnsa sssu sbbbw aaneBuuMu ujht ssn asa aaw .vsss ssv
l wis iii av- -w.
The Piano Department Is
Now Open ltvenings
Until 9. SO o'clock. This is done for the convenience, and a!
the request of many who find it difficult to couic in during
Come to the 6th Avenue and 22d Street entrance only.
and take express elevators to the Fifth Floor.
A Santa Claus for "Grown Ups'
Didn't kiifvv tliTe wrh one
fivea you MiIiiks a' Xmn time?
votl a SmiiI
Ni w Yorl-' ti
Kr one fl 1 1 of I book you car ulek out irae any
Xmas Gift In our atcr.'U (SroearlU axceptfld), or you
annlv a filled lnk on thr nuroh.i.sa ..; imv nrll 'lo
wiah. Aa for Inatance: A M.OO Safety a--;or can b
bouflit for onr filled book of Puroty Stamps im.l to dol
lara and fifty SailtS In rnali!
It turn fitttf in fY AlewflPe TCl- rlfsOl?!?!!!" turrit All ill !nti thr hrat values vov hair nrr .rcv in Ih
m j ff" tw tit t is' a v v t a a m. v dVM V-'A ww um 11 rvaa .- r
Finer Fffl Coals.
Very Beautiful Fur Coats
Are Priced One-Third Under O'Neill's Usual Prices
Too warm a November caused the "slump" in prices a manufacturer of the highest repute sold them to O'Neill 1i to
relieve his too heavy stocks.
Please observe that the values are based not upon to-day's market values, whit h are considerably higher, lut upon the lotl
prices we paid when our advance purchases were made. If there are any more such line furs in the market to-tiny, winch fs
doubtful, they would command at wholesale about these prices and would fintl ready buyers.
The$e Coett, Like All O'NeiWt Fori, Are Fully Guaranteed
The styles, of course, are to-day's most favored fashions.
full lengths, very slightly "shaped," large, roomy sleeves, deep cuffs
and heavy, rolling collars. The details of tailoring and finish art
all that the most exacting could wish.
Handsome New Model.
Hlark Kuaiian Pony Coats, good quality,
well matched alcins brocade or plain
lining all iaea.
Mark Puny Coate, very bsndtOBM
akin, heavy Kroigrain mll lining, nines f1
14 years to 42 bunt.
$82.50 Fur Trimmed Pony Coats, $59.50
Russian Pony Coats, with exquisite quality long shawl
collars of Natural Coon, Skunk. Coon or Civet.
Coats at . . .
Near -Seal Coats of exqninite quality, newest
$135 French Seal
Coats at . . .
French Seal or Nenr-Sial Coal
fitted or straight Hue moilel
Important Special Feature Sixty of the Newest
Fur-Lined Novelty Cloth Coats
Regular Values 145 .00 to S65.00
Full fur collared and fur lined coats. Made of the new English cloth mix
tures. Lined with Silverian squirrel locks, hamster or
muskrat. There will lie no more of these coats al
this unprecedented low price
is - fJlll K' I I 1
Auto Coat ;, ol M .rim t, Sable, Muskrat.
Beaver, Leopard T'd Natural Raoeoon,
at the same pron.irii : ( savings.
OVNHII Mnln Store Thlnl lloor -TlM 2'aM trrt Ultllfll.
7 r ua
Si k and Chiffon
Were Regularly $3.95 to $5.95
Becauae therr are only a doaen or so of each
lett they are marked 'special
Cleverly Tailored Pure Irish
Linen Waists at $2.00
Heaut if 11I hand rmhrnidcrrd designs, an
vvll aa plain shirt or pleated niodol. You
will have to nee these waists to appreciate
their value. Never sold for leas than
O-.Nrlll Mala Stare
ored .silks no'l chitlon; various smart styles, high
or low neck, long nr short sleeves.
13.00 Black Waists
Very practical and good lookiug
nun's veiling or poplin waists with
dainty tuckinga, button front or
back; nil these high neck and lon
Handsome $6 Brass Lamps
With Burner, Ring, Chimney Cqp QQ
and Shade, complete for . . . PaO
Imported Brass Oil Lamps in several
.styles, fitted with duplex burner, 10-inch
rinn, chimney ami shade. Assorted deiora
A lare assortment of Electric Table
Lamps, engraved und cut glass shades, and
also some colored, complete with ti-i't. cord,
all ready to attach. Regular price
I6.A0. Special. $3.7 D
Spookie Candle Shades, regular value
40c and ollc ; ape- A
eoc Mile Canute thades an H urtment of
very attractive designs for i In
Thanksgiving dinner table; special
O'Neill Hotnelurniahlnca Store Basement.
French Decorative Linens: 25 Per Cent. Saved
- Many prise purchases were made for our Thanksgiving Sale of Linens, but this is one of the best bargain plum- of all
if, indeed, there is any choice we have made extra value-giving efforts in all sections of the linen department -O'Neill
way of being ready for your Thanksgiving and Holiday gift needs.
French Hand Made Cluny Lace Trimmed Linens
Imported directly from France. Scarfs, Centre Pieces, Doylies, Tea Cloths and Luncheon Cloths.
Doylies 6x 6 in., round, doz .2.75
Doylies 9x 0 in., round, doE.S4.50
Doylies 18x12 in., round, doc . S7.00
Centres SOxSO in., round, ea . . $1.90
SI. 29 Tea Cloths
Pure Auttrian Linen Double Spoke
Hemstitched Satin Damask Tea
Cloths: variety of handsome aQ
patterns. Special at a. C
1.00 Table Linen
4x24 in., round, ea . . $2.2:
S6xS6 in., round, eu 4.00
45x45 in., round, ea ST. 25
54x54 in., round, ea $8.75
65c Table Linen
Lunch Cloth 7 M9 in., round, ea 13.75
Scarfs 10x88 in., round, ea $3.50
Scarfs 80x84 in., round, ea J5.25
Scarfs 80x78 In. i round, ea so.75
I S.00 Scallopec N'r.nl. ,t?
Full Pleached Heavy Twist atin Silver Bleached licrniau Salin VMth fine Madeira ei
Damask Table Linen, full 70 inches Damask Table Linen; excellent waaM broidery on corners, uitl
wuie; warranir.1 .uh-uj y t . AZ wmtuwm wine. aQ siawaifrrnioaogran pi'-
unen. special, nn a ar vi airasim. nru -yw
o'Selll Main more Meriind Moor.
Cutlery Prices Are Cut
In This Sale of Carving Knives, Bread Knives, Etc.
CARVING SETS AND
CARVING SETS With a gan
uina stag handle, 8 piecej. English
uteri; knife. 8 Mid 9-inoh blade.
Regular price 11.04. In a r r-a g
lined box. Special $Z.ZD
CELLUIX3ID HANDLE CAR
VTNO KNIVES. FORKS AND
STEELS Complete set in a lined
box. Sheffield staal. These seta
we sell regularly for I OS
STEAK KNIVES Imported
steel. Regular prioa Sec etch.
KNIVES AND FORKS
CELLULOID HANDLE KNIVES
AND FORKS English and Ameri-
ksal AND I
can manufacture. F.very ptere best
quality. We sell Ii knives und 8 forks
for S3 S regularly. To
morrow, 12 pieces for .
COCOBOLO IDVNDLE STEEL
KNIFE AND FORK SETS Sii
knives and 8 forks. Regularly
t)8c a sat. Special, per .a
BREAD KNIVES Serrated
bladu. Regularly lttc each. aa,
Special each (C
are BJaw BssssatsS
The Cook Must Have These
Thanksgiving He p s
MAC H IN ES
- Made by Sler
uan. Full sizr.
in copper and
have the lufeinn
I'ttlent 1. a in p.
if 1X3. Special,
in a heavy nickel
stand to serve
,it table, lie jn
lar price '.iW
CRANDERRY COOKERS Two
quart lis., good quality i f enauai
Regular piin- 80r
T'lirrc-iiurt lie, regular 0 A
price 11,05, Spi . .. CDC
POTATO P it I I' S Heavy (ual
ity. Regular prii e 14c,
JELLY MOULDS Jell- Strainers,
Gravy Btraioeri, Puree sieves, Cuke
Tins. Iirea.l Tin.. Pudding Moulds,
Pudding Steamers Jelly and Pie
Tim-. Baiting Spoons all kinds of
Boat ting Puns, Klour Blftnri -Ii
taut, everything to help tu cook
O'Neill Heroefurnlshiewa Store BaaasMat,
XO'Nem-Adams Co., Sixth AWMM. JOth to -id Street, New York City
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wsr " aaa 'irr. 'inm,wmr