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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
J KEEPJJP WORK
Hope to Bring 2,000 Into Me--
chants' Association u Re
1 suit of Campaign.
aroutvl the hlghe.t of th dy, with
nt u t na nf from rine tn thri nnlnta
allowing In nearly erytlilnar IradSi In.
TCteven nunrlT anrl ererrtT-'rrt new
Mmbm In four day I
This hi h record of th Merchants'
MaWOrlaUnn In 4ta effort" In aroune Kath- j
r Knickerbocker from hi aliimbnr nrnl
et tilm at work promoting Nrw Vork'a
"Never beore in the lilatnry if thla
CM y ha (urn rnthualaam been ahown In
fcehalf of the commercial Intereata," de
clared W. C. Breed, ohalrman of the
general campaign roimnlttee, "and It la
nly a further aranMTtent that old New
Torli la not found warrtlnc In an emer
ffenoy." The lncreaed menrerhtp to :h Mer
ehanta Aeaoetatlon mean approilmate-
W,noo yearly additional Income,
which will enabla tha organisation to
carry on an nggreaalve campaign for
the olty'a heltertnenl.
Of tha fifty-four committee of promi
nent bualnraa and pmfaaalonaj men who
volunteered to booat the membership "f
the Merchant' Aaaoclatlon and hav
oanvaaaed the bnaln.aa dlatrlcta of the
ly In the laat foyr daya, tha five alar
ommltteea. with the number of new i
tnemberi .ecu red by them, follow:
No. 11. Thome If. Downing, '"hair
man; Arnold B. Heine. R. M. Tike, J.I
W. Maatera, W. i '. Muahenbelm. 1'anl
B. Morten; n'nety-flve new memhera. ,
No. . K. H. OiiternrMge, Chlrmn;
V, H BlUUfi Walter H. Hennett. i
Ray Mr., r tr. K. V. V. Rltter; eighty-!, j
No. S Hugh M. Wtleon, Chairman: A.
J. Pace, Kambrand Peal, I'. H. Imhoff,
A P. Wllllama, W. I Juhrlng; alxty-alx j
No. 44 -l tt n'.ei r. Morae. ChaJrman;
u Cgrletun, Charles K Flnlav. Irving I
B. FlaVi. ICUwerd 1'ayaon CaUj fifty- j
two new membera.
No. It Krneat S'Ugg, Chairman; .liie
u Itupertl. John Sargent, Walter M. I
Tauaig, W. It. WMr; r..rty-il new
BOOSTERS TO CONTINUE THEM
WORK OR TWO WEEKS.
Committee No. It brought In fifty
even new membera to-day. Other com- !
mttteee that were glvrn apeclal notice ;
1y the aaaoclaHon for their work were
Mas. 1. 1, M, K and 3d. Theae avcured
twenty-trlee. thirty, thlrty-ali, thirty.
fie and th art -one nrw membera, re-
While tha wour. teer committeemen '
ware auiajuaed to nsatpletn their labors
t-(1ay, it wan announced that many
? thert Would continue work for tha
Mit two week on the prospect they
save aecured Another Boonday lure-h-ieen
wttl te held at Dehmotil. o'a down
town reataurwat at the and of lhat time,
and the report of the farloue commit
tee will he submitted. 4
Vhe record of Ui In 1 1 ti snow
that fifty-four committee darted nut
t call on ".mo bualnaaameii f New
rk. About 4K card for call have
bean turned ovtr.ty the repectlvc ram
gajttee and - Dteeneerahlpa obtained.
Uf the vlaltn made, tue committee re
ceived lea than 10 per cent, of direct
rafuaala to Join. Of th other ua 11a
made, large proportion have been
reported by the committee chairmen to
lit favorably dtepoaed and willing to
It I expected that the four daya' cam
paigning by the volunteer committee
will reault In at lealt f.X new member
being added to lite aaaoclatlon.
Inrrenae.i activity an. I rlalng prlcea
waa the title at the outaet of etork
market trailing to-.lay. An it flux of
l.iiylug orderg at the opening broke the
recent apell of dulne. ami ent the
llt up almost one point above the
closing range of yeletilsy. The advan
cing tendency wa. strongest In l'nlnn
' -. " 1 -t- '. "i i'i It
IttK and Co;. j..-.
BulMgiliMI ib nlings I out n ...I to mailt
A heavy Inftii of buying ordera In
the afl'-rnoon period gave stocks a
m. ii.- appearance. Kti-ol, Cnion !-
oWlc. Reading, Copper ami American
Hmcltlng all leaped to the hlgheal range
recorded In weeks. The buying power
Increased In force as the aesslim pro
greaaed and closing tmnaactlnns were
TndAf's tiiflWHt. l'iwit
llarki ami of net ilitocrs
tenia)'! f.g.uee ars ii telle
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Woman galeldr From rn lorU.
'Special to TIM) World..
tOnOM, Nov. 21. -The woman wbn
committed suicide by walking Into the
woter at Revere Reach lat Tuesday
has been Identllled a Mrs. Maria J.
Klemlng of No. (Ml Oreenwlch treet.
New Vork Iter lter made the Iden
tlflatlon to-day. flhe had been dl
cliarged from Bellevue Iloapltal only a
week nd came on here to vllt rela
Uves. No . i.- for her get I a-lk.-nel.
j BRIEFS ON O'REILLY APPEAL
; Piled far Lawyer To-iiar In Ap
Dtnlel O'Reilly, on time a .-late
1 counel for Marry Thaw, will aoon learn
whether h la to spend eight month on
1 Hiker's Island or a new trial will be
granted by the Appellate Dlvlalon of th
.-tupreme Court from his conviction of
Mrief were ubmltted to-day on the
eitltlcate of reasonable doubt which
was granted to him hv Justice Krlnnger
after his conviction before Jutlre Devi
and a jury.
CUrlc ge. Pre.derat.
Prank C. HamUton, a former "m
1 ploy of the Department of Finance
who waa dismissed on Dec. tl, isiu,
haa brought ault against Comptrol
ler Prendergaat for ralnatntemrnt.
Although th renn given at th time
waa economy In the department, Ham
ilton accuse the Comptroller of bad
faith. Hamilton was a dlaburalng elerk
at tt.100 s year and had been city
employs for twenty-seven years.
SULZER IN VIRGINIA.
0eerr-Rlert Aflrr iinailnaj Trip
tier tn Waektastoa.
NORFOLK Vt.. Nor. B -ongre
man William Bulsrr, Oovernor-elect of
New York, arrived here by steamer to
day en route to Charlottesville, Va., for
several daya' gunning prior to th con
vening of Congres Prom Charlotte
vine Suiter will go dlreot to Washington.
A Perfect Laxative
New and different from any and better than all others,
k.a tseom nmdunui hv th Hishest Medical Skill as
THE RIGHT REMEDY for CONSTIPATION
Biliousness, Sour Stomach, Headache,
Torpid Liver, and similar disorders, in the
Take 1 or 2 Pills at night for a sure result.
TRY THEM TONIGHT A V vp-to-datr Druggint
UY THEM NOW for the Handy Vial lhat fiti
the Tet Pocket Prioe 25c.
1WE GIVE OrtC GREEN TRADING STAMPS. ASK FOR THEMi
The shelves in your nearest A & P ston are bending und .straining under
their weVVOry load of holiday delicacies. We have made special priei reductions
for the National Feast. This is a splendid time to test the excellence of the
goods we carry. Also we offer special ifcH" Trading Stamp liberalities. Trade
at your nearest A & P store, and make the day a real occasion for thanksgiving.
MIXED NUTS n" 15C5MINCEMEAT3-' 25C
Malaga Grapes lb. 12c I Cranberries . . lb. 10c Layer Figs . . . lb. 15c
MIXED NUTS. .1 St
Mhad Nuls 20c
Uraki Almasdi ZOc
I arc Braaila 1st
Ei. Large P.c an 20c
Sirilr Kilheru . . .11
Cut out thU f uupon. prownt It at ear
More tbla rk. snJ br lulua l.tNl
wurth of Urnrrrlra rarfftt Huttrr
Hiitfur and Kcv. yon will rn rUe
HaeldM th Keular and Kitra
cHsmpi clvea no arnica
From JMidoy Nov. 18 losafurooy. Nov. 23
ThU ii nun not ood after
futurday. Nov. Xld
TIP TOT CARA
Suserior Mii.d , , 10c
Brekca Carat. V.'.Mc
Peanut Brittle 10c
Aborted I),.., in.
Jelly Ben Ben. . ,10c
Ass lad UieeelatesZOc
FLORIDA ORANGES : J8C
Pranea, 20-JO s h
Prune., 40-SO'. lb
Prune, 60-70. 3 lb.
SlrrPruiM,2t-)ri lb 12' .r
NONESUCH 3 pki. 2Sc
Jshnsen's 5 lb. cracks 55c
Fsncy Mei.t lb. 12c
KKT APPLES dozen
Grape Fruit, Each, 5C
SEEDED RAISINS. 3slu.2Sc
Seedlen Raisins alt. 10c
Layer Raisins . aa. 10c
CHEESE ' 20c
LAYER PKS a 15c
Ftp in baaket each 20c
Fif. in bams. . .each lit
Cilrsii a 20c
Orange Pl lb 15c
Leaian Pl lb 15c
CrytlslligedGinief bei lie
A Package. . . ..Y5f
A4P Psulcr S,...ni,. . . ioc
Thy, lb 25c
Saga, lb. 25c &
Marjaraa, lb. 25c Jc
Safj, lb. 25c 2c
FARD DATES, a. lie . . .. .
Helowe.nDi..,pk.lOc JumboMu"i ISc
?M.JrVtCWcJWr., a. lie
CRANBERRIES .; IOC
10 STAMPS FREE
WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
1 pit. Aatr 1C lrm or
Jelly Powder 10c
1 bot. Queen Olive 15c
lib. Fif Bars 10c
1 can Smoked Sar
1 can Sultana Spice . 10c
1 bottle Ammonia. 10c
1 can Old Dutch or At
lantic Cleenaer . 10c
1 pit. Macaroni or Spa
1 jar A&PSm'd Beef 15c
W Stamps FREE
R&R Plum Pudding, 23c
1 AA STAMPS with can CfU
AWA & P Baking jjp&tlC
The Great Aflantic & Pacific Tea Co.
401 Mores In the U. S. S These Prlcea for MetropoUtan District Only.
H.WE GIVE frtf GREEN TR4D1NG STAMPS. ASK FOR THEM j
Wiifter Overcoats for Men
A gentleman has asked us why we had
Special Sales in the midst of the Season.
It is uart of our advertising, we told him, and so
long as our Sales are reprgenfarce, in every respect,
of our fair dealing in our regular daily business, we
simply make a dignified money sacrifice for the sake of
extra opportunity for publicity.
And that is the whole idea back of this pres
ent offering of straight Saving to you of $4.00
on Winter Overcoats Marked Down this morning
from $18.50 and $22.50 to $14.50 and $16.50.
Most of these coats are veritable beauties attrac
tive is too mild a word. In length they drop just below
the knee. They're light in weight but as warm as you
would care to have them Well lined, sleeves with
satin. Many with velvet collars.
There are tan Shetland, in a delicate blanket .hade a cream
monotone. There are rich fleecy coat diagonal weave of broad
brown (tripe alternating with white trimmed with unique horn
butttm. And gimilar weave in deep browns and reds intcrapaced
or the same coloring more lightly tinted. Grays, too, in worsteds,
i bright, apirited crias-croa weave, quieter baaket weaves, and the
And this but a tug get Hon . To use an all-embracing
really descriptive phrase these coats are "there".
UBKft SAME miOAfoWHlRSrUPlNCE iMsVy
MfcX&ftY AT WARREN ST - NEW YORK -Jr AV . BET 27 ! a 28r?STS.
mjon sr. at uatbush avj-bbooklyn -oroaoway alhe-qzord. av.
'18.50 & '22.50
Lord & Taylor
In connection with the sale we are conducting
of Our Entire Stock of
Women's $5.00 Shoes
The New Smart
Grey Calf Button "Boots
95 Value $6.00
Remarkable Values in
Misses Children 9s and
Growing Girls 9 and 'Boys 9 Shoes
Splendid Assortments & Values tn
Women 's Neckwear
Net and Shadow Lace Pleated Jabots
with bows attached
$i.oo, $1.50, Sr. 05 & $2.25
Net Of Shadow Lace Stocks and Jabots
In a large variety of styles
Black, White &f Navy Satin Collars
$i.oo, $1.50 & $1.95
1 Imported Scarfs
Tinsel and floral designs
$2.95 & $4.50 each
Special Values in
Sterling Silver Deposit JVarz
Sandwich Plate (IS inch) Usually $8.50 $2.6$
Cake Plate (9 inch)... " $2.00 $I.Q$
Tankards (S pint) " $5.00 $2.Q5
Candlesticka 7H inch)' M $S.M $2.50
Plates (M to 6 inch) " 1JJ 85c
Sterling silver deposit on Lenox China, I. ) sr
white, blue and brown, S piece set I P,V5
Usually $12.05 j
Sterling Silver Candlesticks nc
mch octagon Usually $5.00 ) WW
Silver Shade, Lining and Patent)
Candle Holder to Ftt Candlestick $1-00
9 Value $1.50 J
Lord & Taylor
A Special Offering of
Dresses and Wraps
at Unusually Low Prices
Smartly tailored, with fancy -Cro 7 r
SemrDre$sy Eponge Dresses
Fancy lace collar and vest.
Value $87.50 J
For afternoon or evening wear,
made of charmeuse with fur
collar and cuffs. Black and
colors. Special at
Dressy Afternoon Coats
Of velvet, with white collar
and cuffs. Very smart.
Special at J
Dining Room Furniture
at much less than regular prices
25 Dining Room Suites
Consisting of buffet, china closet, serving and
extension table of fine selected woods -best
construction and finish including some very
excellent examples of popular period styles.
Mahogany Sheraton Suite 400 $300
Walnut Louis XVI Suite faM $455
Mahogany Colonial Suite 507 $435
" ' Curved Colonial Suite 715 $6l5
" Inlay Marquetry border
Sheraton Suite $700 $550
" Marquetry Decoration
Suite $707 $665
" Marquetry Decoration
Suite .$1175 $Q65
Dark Mahogany Chinese Chippendale
Suite $120.-) $005
Mahogany Marquetry border Suite. .$1300 $OQ5
Fine Mahogany Cellarettes
at half regular prices
$8.75 $'3-75 $17-50, $20.00 to $60.00
Regularly $17.50 to $120.00
Our $250,000 Wholesale Stock of
Oriental Rugs at Wholesale Prices
The Prices Range from
$6.00 to $1250.00
Bring a memorandum of sises with you
Broadway & 20th St: 5th Ave.; 10th St.