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THE EVENING WORLD,
FRED TARAL HERE;
R YANKEE RIDER
Former Jockey Says Racing
Game Is Great on the
Other Side. .
"red Taral, the former lockey. arrived
haro oa the Kalier Wllhelm der Oroee
to-da) with hie wife, to iiMd thf holl.
Sara with old friend. Tara! hut "vrd
abroad for ynn. lln la now trarni r for
the atablea of C. and A. Wnlniw of
Berlin, millionaire dye manufacturers,
who have tha 1 . .eat private raring: ea-
tasbllshment In Europe. Tara) enld dis
tance race an -popular abroad Find tha
hastier horaaa uaed In them did not re
iui very light Jockeys
"I'm ovor heru looking for a good!
Jockey," aald Taral. ' I am ready to
pay a big pMw for the right bty. Hut I
dooM It the. la one left In thla country.
I altered Prankle O'Neill, who ta riding
io France, X,uO for a, year, end ha
laughed at me. I auppoee ha la making
IMO.utn a year aa a free lance.
"Tha Vary beat daya of racing lo tha
United mataa ware never like ooodl
Uona aa they are an Europe to-day. The
aport la universally popular. There are
no apeclaoular betting men atka Pltte
eurgli Pall' or men of that type, Kvery.
body tota a little.
"At vha traoka one aeea tha aama
facaa la the batting ring and In tha
slande and In the paddook that one
uaed to aaa aver bare. Everybody la
making money and there la no public
eestlmenL agatnat the aport.
"Even If racing were revived here)
within tan yeare It would take twenty
ftve years more for It to he the game
It once waa."
Aaked what Tod Bhmne waa doing
aowadaya. Taral laughed.
"Tod la Indulging an tha time honored
Industry of picking winner for strang
ers." ha aald. "But the other amy ha
stoked a winner for him eel f and I am
told he ma.te flB.OOO, ao probably he
las't working vary hard at anything
WHISK! WENT WHISKERS
OF TRAFFIC COP IN FIRE!
Times Squire? Ciuarilian of the Peace
Loses Famous Red Bush in Ex
tinguishing Blaze in Auto.
Affording In one byetander atallatl
dan, aome 1,142 person gathered In
and about Time Square al 2,1'. .11. la
day and wltneaaed the partial AVatruc
tlon by fire of Traffic IVilleeuian Krank
Rulllvan'a red whlakera. They were
the moat celebrated vrhlakere In any of
the t raffle aquadt, and they have long j
been on view at Tlinea Square rva one'
of the noted rellca of the Whlakera
Bald whlakera played a alar part In ,
an effort to put out fire that had en-'
gendered u. if in l'nted Htate m ,n
aalo-truek. The fire waa liark of the I
drlver'a aeat. an I when Officer nulll van I
kindly volunteered to Investigate Ita
aource hla whlakera became Involved In
a Lack draught and N i i i i! away j
went HI per cent, of the gallant police
700 MUTINY IN TOMBS
AT ALLEGED SLAYER'S
VISITS TO A DENTIST.
Brca.ise TOO prisoner in the Tomba
protest' 'I ngaint Bpaolal prlVlltgSi le!ng
franl'-1 to "tie of tin-lr number, Judge
I t. In tlH uurt of tlrneral Hcaakin
to-day revolted an order laaued yeet
day. The order give permission to
Maurice M. I.uatlg, who la awaiting
trial for Ihe murder of hi wife, to vlelt
a denb't In f'aal Fifteenth atreet tlrrlre
week to have hi teeth repaired.
'i tgr Koater algned the order at (he
reuueat of I.uatlg. ami twu kr per from
the Tomba were lulled lo escort him
to and from the dintlst. In order to do
thla Warden Fallon had to deprive the
other pilennere of their regular after
noon exerclae. bwcasas lM did not have
keeper 10 watch them.
To-diiv wh'n Luatlf announced that
he wanted to vlalt the dentlat again
hla (fllm.itea pu Hp I roar. Wnnlen
Fallon ban I for deputy 'omtnlaaloner
Wright. wlK) nt once laid Ihe fa la he.
for.. Judge FOSN r
"All right,'' replied the .lodge. "We
w reverse OondlttOflt, Inatud of 'he
gtoimtall going to Mahomet, Miiiomel
will go to the mountain. Have the
aetltlaj vlilt I,iitig in the Tomba. "
BEFORE YOU BUY is
the right time to
study Piano Quality.
The ideal of player piancs
has been realized in the
Visit the New TOY DEPT., Fifth Floor, Main Building
In New Yotk's A Shoppina Centre
1 1 AM
ELDERLY FOLKS! CALOMEL, SALTS
Harmless, gentle "Syrup of Figs" is best to eleanse your
toniHch, liver and 00 feet of bowels of sour bile,
decaying food, gases and elogged-up waste.
"With Ihe leee M ran't lariat
For durnbility, compactness and
eaay yet forceful "pedal touch" it
haa no equal. It ia individual,
unique, different and diatinct from
any player made.
S7S0, Stele 10 i Ml, Style 24
Myle 2R i WO, Stile .12
i er Clotiienlent Term. rvlet ee Re)
K.,tr..i-e Satb St.. M. f.
"V J) T In New Yolk's 1st Shnnnind fnlrr r
U INElIlrADAMS LQ
6th Ave., 20th to 22d St., New York City
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You old people. Syrup of Figi ia
particularly for you. You who ilon't
exercise aa much aa you need to; who
like the eaay chair. You, whose itepa
are alow and whoae miiertea are leaa
rlaatlc. You mutt realise that your
liver and ten yardi of bowel have alao
become leaa active.
Don't regard Syrup of Figa aa phytic.
It atimulate the liver and bowela juat
aa eierriee would do if you took enough
of it. It ia not harsh like aalta or
cathartics. The help which Syrup of
Fi gives to s torpid liver ami weak,
aluggiah bowela ii harmleea, natural
When eyes grow dim, you help them.
Do the aame with your liver and bowela
when age mekra them lea active.
There i nothing more important.
Coati ve, elogged-up bowela mean that
decaying fermenting food ia clogged
there and the porei or ducts in tlieie
thirty feet of liowela auck thia decsying
wsate and poisons into the blood. You
will never get feeling right until this ia
corrected -liu I do il gently. Don't
have a bowel waahday; don't uae a
bowel irritant. For your aake, nleaae
uae only gentle, effective Syrup of Figa.
Then you are not drugging youraelf, for
Syrup of Figa ia computed of only
lueriou figa, aenna and aromatic"
which can uot injure.
A leaapoonful to-night will gently,
but thoroughly, move on and out of
your ayalem by morning all the lour
bile, poiaonoua fermenting food and
clogged up wsate matter without gripe,
nauaea or wrakneaa.
Hut get the genuine. Aak your
Hruggiat for the full name, "Syrup of
Fig and BHlit of Senna." Mruse.
with contempt, any other Fig Syrup
unleaa it lienra the name prepared by
the California Fig Syrup Company.
Read the label.
EVERYTHIN6 FOR HOUSEKEEPING
CPftV SATURDAY EVENINGS
CREDIT TERMS i
rt 1 ell IL 1 : 1 IVWVJ 31
.1 mTrnW 'I s I eawa I
'I" STATION AT ODRNEBA
K3'3T suer STtnOK oe moorwr I
MO KXTlta CHABHK FOB IT.
ajharuscaxLi) hir Tba Vofid ajaa be left ti
sal air - I ni -tot Meaanaw office la tha
eMt aattl V. at
A Peep Behind the Scenes!
Daily now the Receiving Room preaenta a lively colorful picture. On one long
counter a buyer and ataff are putting price on new Cheney Silk color-bordered
handkerchief a for men. and clever handkerchiefa for children; on another are
laid out tray after tray of jewelry and watches, freah from famoui factories here
and abroad; on ttill another are Ihe prettirat of cushion tops, laundry bsgi
snd fluffy pink and white boudoir conceits; apotleaa ivory articles glrsm in the
hands of other enthusiastic clerks, while banked all around ia an endleaa variety of
silk hose, mrn'a neckties, imported lacea. beautiful waiata. leather novelties of
all kindi. perfumea. books, pictures and a thousand other thtnga from all rornera
of the globe. And by Ihe time you read thia all will be awaiting on convenient
counter., you- jfo Lly Xmas ShOPPCr
Any Article Advertised Here FRLL
in exchange for filled hooks of Surety
Stamps at the rnte of $2. 50 for each filled
hook. Likewise any mereli.indise in
O'Neill's store, Groceries exccjtled.
Surety Stamps Free
with all purchases double stamps in the
forenoon, single stamps in the afternoon.
One Thousand Pieces of fashionable SILKS
A Partial Purchase of a Famous New York Distributor's Overstock of
High Grade Silks which was Sacrificed in a Peremptory Sale to theTrade.
At Special Prices Which Present the Greatest Silk Values of the Year
Famous as O'Neill's is for silks, both in the
extent of varieties nnd great values any day and
every day, this is a sale that will put a new value
giving feather in our business cap.
"They say" thia ia to be a Silk
Gift ('hnitmai, and what ia a
better present than a dress
length of beautiful silk t
Here's a very important fact -the regular
values quoted here are not the "elastic values" you
often read in the papers, but the moderate, regular
prices that O'Neill's charge for such excellent silks.
20,000 Yards All Silk
36-in. Satin Messaline
Black and colors, all
silk, with a beautifully
lustrous finish, an ex
cellent dress quality;
every wanted tint ....
Single width, value 69c yd., special at 39c
10,000 Yards All Silk
36-in. Striped Messaline
A most effective dress
silk in beautiful but not
obtrusive striped effects.
Particularly designed for
day dresses. Sale price . J
Single width, value 70c yd., at 39c
10,000 Yards Black
Taffetas and Satins
Yard wide black dress
silks, not the "over
shiny" silk often sold at
about this price, but the
soft, rich lustrous finish
that shows real quality.
Single width, value $1.00 yd., at 49c
The Most Enjoyable Smoke
in the World
$1.33 Black Charmeuse
,000 yards of
heavy quality black
Pine Silk, per yd . .
59c Colored Taffeta
10,000 yards of
ment of new colors,
special at, yd
O'Neill Main Htor Seroad Floor. Take StKsd Street Klevatora
15,000 yards of
colored Taffeta in a
full range of colors,
$1.00 Faille Francaise
$1.00 Lining Satin
36 inch cotton
hack Lining Satin. I C Cp
cMi.irnntrfil tara Liar asr V
seasons, all colors
and black, at, yd.
erf aa RoseTleiia,laainaa aiaai elsaa
EVERY man knows that pipe imoking U the
ideal form in which to use tobacco. Only
by imoking a pipe, can you get the full
benefit and enjoyment from tobacco.
And yet thousands of men reluctantly deny
themselves the pleasure of the pipe because fancy
"mixtures" ana ordinary tobaccos bite the tongue,
dry the throat and upset the nerves.
It ia not necessary longer to forego the pleas
ure a pipe can give you.
" Ihe able colUlmntor who Aaa
aWsaf taw 7tvr- many a mui flu,
gmm aalMf aaM tavaj leery
ttartt, it mom olhtr thn ani old
frund, Tuxtdo TqUcco."
m r aaaaaV
CHARLES . ASHLEY
Oiarlea fl. Aabley.now nervine hla eta
teenth term aa Mayor ol New Bedford,
Hm , aaya:
' ' Tuxedo strikes me as being the
test pipe filler ever. A whole
seme, enjoyable smoke."
Blaloelm Strauaa, well-known artlat.aayai
"A pipeful of Tuxedo gives
added inspiration and encourage
munt. Besides, Us mild flavor
makes it a keenly enjoyable smoke."
Thm Pmrfmct Tobacco for Pip and Cigar ett
Tuxedo cannot bite the tongue or irritate the
throat. The reason for this is that Tuxedo is made
of only the mildest, choicest leaves of the highest
Jprade, perfectly aged, Burley tobacco, by the
amous Tuxedo process
The "Tuxedo process1 is a secret, known
only to its manufacturers.
It was discovered by Dr. R. A. Patterson, the
founder of the R. A. Patterson Tobacco Co., after
many years of experiment. Its popularity has never
been artificially forced by sensational advertising.
The demand has grown naturally and steadily,
until now nearly eighty million packages arc sold
You can smoke Tuxedo in the office, on the
street, and at home. It cannot make you nervous;
its aroma is delightful and it cannot smell up lace
curtains or your clothes.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
LT. WM. H. SANTF.LMANN
Dent. William H. Santelminn, leader o
Ihe V. S. Marine Hand, aaya:
" have used Tuxedo tobateo
and found it to be a great lux ury.
It is a cool, sweet smoke and I take
pleasure in recommending it to ali
CsvvatsMt pouch, iaaer-lined
Watatynofs-f ure-proof paper
Faaaoas green Ha, with gold IA
lettering, curr edtolil pocket 1UC
are a kut one
half site of
rea l packages.
GARRETT P. SERVT88
Oarrett P. beretee. pruialaaart acleattet
, aotaer el Tee Seven Ue
" have triad mam brands of
tobacco, good, bad and indifferent,
before alighting upon Tuxedo, tha
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o The Bouclc Coat for Misses Women's Tailored Shirts
An entirely '' idea in .smart legists an excellent value
at the usual 9J.M.
7 one of the most popular and distinct ire styles this
The model illustrated is a SW.7i value
They're cut with the saucy swing
and jauntiness that is the first de
mand of the smart young lady of
Gotham. The cut, the material, the
cozy collar and roomy sleeves, al
make for a happy combination of
comfort and good style.
Made oi lustrous.
tractive for a
wear than a
with a feminine touch.
Imagine a man's prosaic
shirt made of fine white
pique with black figures
boucle cloth?,ev" eno"hf?r f n,a"
laaasaA , to ih A r Til 1 Tl T I V aflf fa.
a a a I ill ir IV a? a mil ass a sa aaa j a va i aw.
in popular colors, some, . mimo,i f;urc anA s,.n.
lined to the waist, der waist, and presto!
others lined through-
Misses' New Cheviot Coats
at the same special price: sizes
14, 16, 18 years;
value $19.75; 4 l el Qtt
sneeial. At 1 ae5a7
out with satin. Sizes
14, 16 and 18, which
suit small women as well as misses.
Very special, 915.95.
Girls' Coats in Cheviots
and Mixtures, in several of the
new button-to-neck models;
sizes 8 to 14; &f Q
soccitil. al VeiTi
i V yyWjm V 11
smartest blouse a fastidious woninn could wish foi .
And for only 98c A nifty, new, $.00 waist but we
need say no more, they're all as gt.od as sold.
Besides the Piques with black figures there are also neat
Madras and ponginette shirts, all at the special price, 98c.
Very Dressy Black Silk Waists
f)QC tot 13.95 I (finC fr -9i
$6.7 J Waists I aP.sO Waista
All tastefully trimmed, high neck and long sleeves or Robes
pierre co'lar styles, as well as button front models.
O'Xelll Main Store Tlilrd Floor.
WILLIAM P. SHERIDAN
William P. Sheridan, one ol the moil
lamoua detectlaei In the country, tan:
"Tuxedo is so mighty fine, so
supetlative in y , Us mild
mess and combined richness, that it
seems the ultimate and only tobacio
for the connoisseur I can recom
mend it unqualifiedly."
O'Neill Mala Store Third Floor. Take 23d street Klevatora.
A Sale Xxtraordinary of Luxurious
Tin' kiml of furniture that adds materially to the comfort and beauty of the home. They
have the appearance of articles that cost more than double their price and at the same time are
aVMiatniflta. and finished in a way that compares favorably with higher-priced articles.
CONVLNILNT PAYMENTS may be arranged by joining O'Neill's Household Club.
Gifts that will
love and ap
$18.50 Hard Wood
Comfort ci i 7 c
Thla Hocker Ii rintahfKl a beautiful
aliaile uf eurly Kusllali . aprlng eeat duo
all arouml; tha slae of seat la SOaSS
liuiiei; plalu atial. Bnsileli tufted neck,
height uf liack from floor la 37 Inrhea;
filled with hair, tow aud cotton ; covered
In high-grade No. J Spaiilah febrlcold
leather; very comfortable.
$20.00 Larly English
Comfort iti c aa
Tlih all gam Rocker li filled with hair
and low. The height of back from floor
Il 3U Inches. The aeat la 20i'.'2 Inches;
aurlng edge seat all around lxautlf ull y
ahapod arnu, English tutted back; nullt
on a bard wood frame, flnlbhed a beau
tiful ahade of early Kngllab; covered In a
high-grade No. 7 Spanlah fabrlcotd
leather. An Ideal chair In every way.
Platform ti c 7C
Rocker. . 1.
'111. inaanineent Turkish nlaiinrm
Hocker la built on a hard wood frame.
It haa beautiful hand carved claw feet,
flnlaheil a Ixautlful aliade of rich dark
mahogany : haa a atltchad edge spring
aeat ?0x2u Incht .. The ton of back la 42
Inches liigh from floor; tufted back and
arms, plain upholitrred aeat and wluga;
has a welted edge and ruffled handa. It
la tilled with hair and tow; covered In a
high-grade No. 1 rhaae leathor. An ei
traordinary value at tha price Quoted.
$24.00 Early English
The aeat Ii 17HS Inchea. with spring
edge all around. Helitlit of back from
floor la :itl Inches; has all welted edgee;
filled with hair, tow and cotton. A ro
production of an old fireside rocker
which was In uae many years ago. Built
on a hard wood frame. The wood work
thai shows Ik finished a beautiful ahade
of Early English; eoverod in geuulue
O'Neill-Adams Co., Sixth AverJue, 20th to 2 2d Street, New York City