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title: 'The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, November 21, 1912, Final Edition, Page 12, Image 12',
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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
MRS. HETTY GREEN
IS 78 TO-DAY AND
CAN'T COUNT CASH
Maybe It's 110,000,000 or
50,000,000; She'll " Take
AT WORK ON BIRTHDAY
Carnegie Wrong About Dis
grace of Dying Wealth v,
Says Richest Woman.
IWly Orfn, for many year.
tMawaanr nf the uixilKpntwl title "the
rtohant woman In ibv world," Ik aafgMjf
Icht yoara okl to-day, and HM dOggfl't
car a little bit who known It.
She aaya ! le hpiv, tiat alic never
wu mean In financial mattira with a
poor man: that he lellrvin eho will
continue to live happily until ahe Is
hjhty-Uirrr or elRhty-flve yeara old.
aaal that a happy future Ufa awalia
".Mn Heitty" really doet not kn n
hew much h la worth right now. Nh
Bay he worth llO.ono.MO or ahe rrmy u
6i,iO.0(D. The only way ahi can
ia to "Ukke atock," nrid ehe miul.'
liar aon. Col. Edirard Oreen. prnmlao
to-day that next January they would K"
ormr vrythlng ami And out how much
ah la worth. She dlauarwa wlili An
drew Oarnagla In hla exprtwed hellf
thau It l a dtejrraca to die wnalthv;
aha ihinka It 'would he a tiailM to any
woman and ahe crrnHnly expects to die
FOOLI9H TO TAKE DAY OFF FOR
The "tlcheet woman" did not tak,. In
day off from her dfak Juat gaoMkM It
liappena to be her birthday. Th.il woul I
be foollah. ehe declared, lnatei.d, the
left the home of the COUMtggf lary.
with whom ahe la living ol No. IM
T"lfth avenue, after rnnkliiK her own
fcreakfaal and rode I own town mi n Mr
faca car to the Trinity HuUdlag. Then
ha rode In th BtataBtOff up to the office
ef the Weitmlnalcr COanpany on th"
lath flour, and aal down tu wo-k at her
V -11 n U I 1 T -eWJ
Th- rtufi trft iuii with much dipping
Mrn Oreen wort oW 1 1 1 hill
ooTered wfth rlit7 Mack lace, and nn
old fnahloned. fiili-aklrtcl aown o an
ancient mold, fr.vi'l glboul t!ie bgttOfTI
hem. It la (hi- anno- goWn ahe hM woin
for yenm and fha l.lia Uiaraj'l a
lot of w.nr loft in it. Hit ghggkl were
pink Willi a xl 'iv of lieaUh nnd In r
link ty at fpafklail vi I'aci. 1 1 e 1 . aWM
waj ri jdy to pvftd another happy day -tm
n hlrthdiiv -w,lh hf claora. Ih
ajrlntlitona being glwayg uxnif,
l li re are aoffie or Mm Httty'i gjhof.
lama an. I gftafgggloftgi io.-.l off crla
ami oraaaUag (rem a faidjr toMMi
RICHEST WOMAN'S ' CODE OF
LITE AND HAPPINESS.
' X neyar von coracts; wonm
ara h. pplor whan chay dira natur
ally. "Jiana never inila In nn automo
bile; I can ret llMf wlili.iut one.
"I get color lu my chaaka ly
cLfwiujf a bal. -I onion. Baked
nnlonr kill tfcima. I can chew all
flay on on- MB onion.
I am in old Quaker, and whan
I aay I don't ti.u.v wim. I'm worth
X mean It.
"On my birthday I'll am ; my
lt'tlc iouj of g'ndsoma ptalia that.
I've aecftocd tho t-o'obari and cut-throa-n
tf Wall t'l-eet.
"A p.-eac'-er mien th regit $ that
If I forecloaed the runrvtaffo on hla
chnri h X v;f..ildu't act hoaven. X
wrota Mm to climb np on hla cor
artteae end ry Cm my aonl. for
I wai ane.ly going to foracloee la
em- y day, and X did.
"I know there will be no conrte
lu heaven and no lavjjere to make
one anirry and cromt. I am vary
orry evary time I haee loat my
PRETENDS TO PRAY TO TRAP
WOMAN THIEF IN CHURCH.
Mrs, Devlin Pull I "ur-e Within
Reach iii Sutptcl and CatchM
Her 'i'.ikiiiK It.
iie. Mgfgarel Dtvlln of No. Bkm
Out Huftatrva and Klfl y-f mrlli atrei-t,
for ninny ycna a pkrlghlOMf of the
Church of the laafhgoQtata OoMgpttwh
;it i in- Hum. In-1 and Fiftieth itrtti nnd
afeiraet avenue, blhylrtl a lucoeggful
rote ol nuialeur detect!e to-day whllo
rathtf Uol.r, rOOtOf of tho church,
w H h ggle iratlng magg,
Rntnrtng th" chur'h with Mia. Mary
i.. h xird of No. M i..iHt (me Mu nd rod
ltd T-'llly -third alnet, Mm Hevlln
tiotl ..I ii woman roilo v them in and
ill at Ifeg end of HM pew acrnaa the
glthk She f gflOgglgad hog a woman
. i iic had had kf rented a year ago
ror teallflg a puree In the church. To
trap hel. .Mia. DeVllh placed tivo
marked MUg In Mm. Ua eurd'g hand--.a
and urged her to lai it c.-ve'-Hi feet
from her on the pew when ahe dropped
on her kneea to pray.
Mrs lieilin eat on the other aide of
Mrs I.e Hoard and while i..o appeared
gbgorbgd In prayer aiic k- t one ev,. on
Ihg Woman. She saw hgf iSp across
t ii aisle, wrlgnle Into the pi-w. lift the
i handbag and gpetd awiftiy toward the
ioor. Mis. Dgvlfn eaughi bar at the
dobf. Bhg driRRcd the woman ihroukh
a hack DOrrldOf to tlie entrance to the
rectory and sent word of the capture to
rgthgf Hader. The police were untitled
and aervi'-ea were not Ifltgfrufttafti
ThO prlgOnOf aahl she we Mrs Mqr
Karet O'Brien, forty-six years old, of
In nor office la a gftadatoag foi
harpenlng her ciiui'oii-cultlng aheari.
TI E regular use of Resinol Soap, with an occa
sional light application of Resinol Ointment,
stimulates the .skin, permits natural, healthy
action, and ruts the complexion of pimples, black
heads, redness and roughness, quickly, easily and
at little cost. Read this convincing letter from a
trained nurse she knows what Resinol can do.
For over 17 years Raainol Oint
ment ( '-'.- and $1 1 arid Roainol Soap
(' ) have been a fnv.-rite doctor'a
preaenp log ga4 botMohoM remedy
for eexrrnas, rssliea, p-mples, ai ren,
bu-na, chappiny.a anil rnallriH, na
Well us for riles. Thny mop ii'-hing
Instp.ni'y. Mold by every ilniiat.
For ire rtamplca write todept. '.
BJggttkgl I'hr.n. Co., ltnlUim.r, M l.
RggM "I Siiaving .' Ii'!.. (2oc) rail
cut Lrni.to tlie Lander-oat face.
New York, October 17, 1912.
"I WU tniuMeil with arno (or pimplea) for three
ymr.. My fgeg wim broken out with pimnlee, and would
at liiTH'H gat tike raw tucaU I trigd till ..or a ol aalvea and
Roups. 1 rQcaiyod ganplgg of Kejitiol Soap ami Resinol
Ointment, unit thoy balpgd me very much. After uaing
th'-m I lioulil the regular nizn of each, and my face a now
perfectly clear gnd HrnooLh. Sly friendrt are raking mo
what 1 uaed, uml I nhall be glad to recommend ReainoL"
(SiCntd) K. Virginia Petanon, Trained Nurse,
Urj Went One Hundred and Seventieth Street.
To Inaugurate (heir new Men's Overcoat Department, on the Hirst Honr, have pYepared for
To-morrow and Saturday, a Very Important Offering of
Men's Winter Overcoats, at $24.S0
Regular Values from $40.00 to 50.00
The above Overcoats are ul London and American manufacture and mada Ol Chmchiltas, Shettand Ctom, Kerseys, Meltons and Mixed Over
coatings, In blue, brown or zny, plain ur two-toned effects, single or double-breasted models with plain or guard kicks, also English
Ulster styles with convertible or shawl collars, and Three-quarter length Chesterfield models in buck or Oxford gray, silk lined.
Also To-morrow and Saturday, an Extraordinary Clearance Sale of
Men's High Oracle Furnishings
In tlie mo5t desuab-' ty es and qualities at Decided Reductions
of French Percale, with starched
cuffs and pleated bosoms,
Value It .So, at S5C
of Madras, wimpleatedbosomsandstarchedcuffs,df .5 .1 n
Silk and.:otton Russian Ci-rds with turn back tufl,iat I aO
ilues sj.ixi to loo
Pleated Shirts of Russian ("ords and 1
Imported Madras with starched cutis, t - p. p.
NegUgee Shirts, of Silk and at j&.W
Linen, with turn back duffs, Valtlf $.5o I
Pleated Shirts ol Silk and I Ineu, alsn
Negligee Shirts of Striped Tub Silk, Value 15.00,
Negligee Shirts of the fine.-t quality Silk ( :repe,
some with satin stripes, custom workm inhip,
allies $8.50 and to.dO
ofOomet Flannel, Value $1.50,
of Silk and Linen Fabrics,
of pure worsted, sixes 34 to -to, N'alue M50,
of double-faced cloth, alues $5.50 and 8.n), 4.25t 6.00
of superior quality Silks,
of Imported Silks,
Men's Half Hose,
Value 01.5o, at
Values J&50 and 3.00, at 1 .45
lilack ! isle, also Cotton, with self or unbleached soles, at mO
Value 35c Pair
Silk, in black and l iple shades, full fashioned,
with heavy iisle soles, toes and heels,
Value 50C Pair
Superior Quality silk. In black and colors, with
lisle lined soles, heels and toes, medium weight,
Value ?1. 75 Pair
Men's 0 loves.
One CllfpCape, prix seam sewn, unlined, in tan,
One Clasp Glace and Suede, half pique
sewn, fleece-lined, In tan and graj ,
ai $ a. 35
Cape Gauntlets, one finger mitten style, q
fleece-lined, in black, Regular price It .75 Pair, at JaJD
Bgal Buck iloves, sac style, strap wrist,
wool-lined and fur-trinuned, In tan and gray, at
Regular Price S t.oo Pair
Young Men's and
AT QRBATLY KE
Boys' Norfolk nnd Double-breasted Sults(
many with extra knickerhockers, in sizes 7 tu j 1 m p-A
17 yrs. broken lots taken from regular stock, 00 J .DV
Actual Values S.5o to 13.50
Youths' and Boys' Sack Suits,
in the latest Fnjlish model,
sizes 32 to 8 inch chest,
Actual Value $22.00
Youths' English Model Overcoats,
one-quarter silk lined, sizes H to 38 inch chest,
Actual Value 130.00
s' Whiter Clothing
, UCBD PRICES
hioys' Russian or Sailor Suit?,
in si.es 2' 10 8 years,
in neal gray and brown effects, sizes 2' ' to 8 years,
Values W.5oand $10.00
White Chinchilla Overcoats,
Polo Model, sizes 2) : to I years,
Actual Value SIS. 00
West Twenty-ilJrd and Twenty-second Streets
Corduroy Polo Coats, $
in navy blue or brown, 234 to 3 years, at oJJ9 J .ou
X.ilucs S7.S0 and 10.l0
No. Kan One InndfM ni1 Thirty
third Itrggl She waa held on a charga
of larceny. I
VI. (or r.. aorlln Drag.
VlelOf 10. S'lilln. ii well-known 'cello
OtOtgti .lied ftfltarda at hla rcaldenc.
No 7; Wm4 Hixiy-clghth itrggt, from
piKMimotKa. Mr. Sorlln was thirty-four
eara old, and la aurvlynd by hla wife,
A aon and daughter. Ki hail played
with th Chicago. New York and not
ion Symphony Orclicatrna. He alao waa
the owner of a bureau for musical
jfranklin Simon & Co.
AT SPECIAL PRICES FOR FRIDAY
New Winter Models
Women's Suits and Gowns
Dressy Fur Collar Suits
Of blue or black diagonal cheviot, Russian semi-blouse,
shawl collar of French mole or seal; also dressy broad
cloth suits, in black or taupe; velvet collar gnd vestee.
Fur Trimmed Velvet Suits
Dressy Empire or cutaway coat models of imported
velveteen in nivy blue, black, brown or taupe; collar
of skunk opossum, Australian chinchilla or ermeline fur.
Dressy Broadcloth Suits
Copies of "Francis," Bernard or Drecoll models, of high
lustre imported broadcloth, in navy, black, brown,
amethyst or taupe, trimmed with velvet or embroidery.
Plush Trimmed Afternoon Gowns
Of charmeusc silk in all the new colorings, high neck,
with short or three-quarter sleeves, trimmed with bands
of mole or seal plush. Value $49.50
Brocaded Evening Gowns
Decollete model of brocaded charmeuse in American
Beuuty, pink, light blue, while or blnck ; bodice of shadow
lace, chiffon and gold lace; draped skirt. Value $59.50
Fur Trim'd Brocaded Calling Gowns
Dressy fur trimmed model of brocaded charmeuse silk
in taupe, bengals blue, seal brown or black; waist and
draped skirt trimmed with Jap mink fur. Value $79.50
WILL CLOSE OUT FRIDAY
192 Mackinaw Coats
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
Norfolk and EnRlish belted models, of highest grade
Mackinaw cloth, in checks, plaids or stripes.
Also white or tan superior quality vicuna cloth.
MISSES' 14 TO 20 YEARS.
WOMEN'S 34 TO 42 BI ST.
5.75 and 7.50
Heretofore $9.75 to $16.50
64 Women's Chinchilla Coats
In navy, Oxford, brown or gr.iy, also double faced vicuna,
tleece cloths or heather mixtures.
Heretofore $18.50 to $29.50
WILL CLOSE OUT FRIDAY
Women's Dressy Gowns
Afternoon or evening gowns of charmeuse silk, crepe meteor,
chiffon over silk, velveteen or serge, in black and all colors.
Heretofore $29.50 to $39.50
Women's Tailored Suits
Dressy or tailored suits of imported broadcloth, velveteen,
corduroy, cheviot, serge or Ottoman cloth.
Heretofore $45.00 to $59.50
FIFTH A V&. 37th and 38th Sts.
From $2.50 Vp
ii O 9 9
( iiiiiruntt'iHl to retain its
, ,f"J (tape after IjMlodfringi
' iSffti .Vi hn the he I SUnrt
18. Altman Sc (Ho
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES
of serge and chailis, sixes 4 to 14 years,
will be placed on Sale, comimencing to-morrow
(Friday), Nov. 22d.
at $3.75, $5.50 & $7.25
Original prices $6.50 to 12.50
MISSES' EVENING DRESSES AND WRAPS;
MISSES' AND GIRLS' TAILOR-MADE
SUITS AND COATS
will also be offered at exceptionally low prices
i; Altaian Sc (EoT
The Men's Fmraislhiiinig: Dep't
will place on special sale to-morrow (Friday)
MEN'S FUR-LINED OVERCOATS
suitable for street or motor wear, at the very
special price of ... $55.00
Usually sold at $85.00
These overcoats are made of gray cloth, lined
with maturall muskrat and finished with
A NEW IMPORTATION OF
MEN'S ENGLISH OVERCOATS
will also be offered ... at $30.00
Usually sold at $45.00 & 50.00
THE MEN'S FURNISHING DEP'T IS EASII-T ACC
SIBLE FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE STORE
1. Altman & o?
direct attention to their department for
RIDING HABITS AND EQUESTRIAN
FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND GIRLS
Riding habits, ready to wear, for cross- or
side-saddle use, in the latest approved styles
and materials. Superior cut, workmanship
and finish assur d.
Riding habits made to order, after English
designs, at short notice. A special feature is
an Improved Safety Skirt, for hunting and
park riding. This skirt is exclusive to
B. Altman & Co.
Mannish riding shirts, hats, boots, gloves,
stocks, whips and crops.
Jlflb Avoute, 3411) ottb 35tij fttmts, ftr ftrct.
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