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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
1 Who Has Been Travelling
fhce He Was tight Arrives
' ,u Here, but Can't Stay.
Should tlryju MOW AO Holiday Stocks
Arc Rcdf For You, and Special
liuluccii'ents Arc Offered.
Save Your Surety Stamps $2.50 in Goods Free for a Filled Book (Groceries Excepted)
VW T In New York's A Shopping Centre
0 NeillVdams Co.
Till lnlr.,l! ... I.
Xhitine, who Is detained by the
VOMsrMlon authorities on Kills Isl-
hi. Menard is thirteen yrsrs aML
Rasa he, waa elM lie. haa been Inv
'WHajgaTound (), world aa h stowaway
f-?n "n'r" nd (l'e wladom ha haa
BWaiiulavted hy first hand nontaot with
jy and PPle makes him aim oat
Soma two weelu an Richard etowtd
Bvwmy at Tried on the AuatrUn-Amerl-fcaft
Jlner. Oceania. Kxpnrience. enal'e.l
adm to keep concealed on the voyajre.
and. he fared oumpi tiously on food fur
aal by Unilticnrtofl pasaenKers and
"mm ironi nancy ami storerooms. !
But (he was unahla to MaaJl off the
vaaael when MM necked a: South Hrook
lyn .yectorday afternoon, and lat nlg'it
while attemjitlnic to ISHSSS Ii" wan
Tha Ship's fifti. era ilf ained him and
ant htm to Kills Island, a prlaoiner, on
tha transport with Hot) emtaranta this
morning. Crossing the hay frwn South
Urookh ii Hie transport passed tha Scol
tiah Prime of the Mac Um
Richard said he waa aiatl to are he
Ccottian Prince, ii? -shipped" an he:-.
ba said, a year anil a hair alio at Sins
and travelled aa an unhidden Ktieat of
tha captain for aeveral weeks.
Left an orphan at aeven In Liver
pool, Richard ran away from an In-dust'-tal
school at the nice of eight and
alowed away on a ship bound for India.
Ha haa tieen travelling ever alnce. and
' there are few porta In Hie Eastern
Henilspherr he haa not visited.
He inoWl Tokla, Kobe, Hong Kong.
Shanghai and all tho bl seiieost cltlia
of the in-lent. The Nile. Kgypt. Italy
nnd Southern Kranee an' like home to
Mm. He hat explored Constantinople
from end to end. He speaks Kngllsh,
Frenen, tterman. Itullan .Arulilan and
a Itttls (ireek, and swears volubly In
aeveral other languages In addition.
Through the light mist on the Ijower
Bay Menard mw the great towera of
lower New York. Dapped by their elouJa
of wiiite steam. This was the alght he
had crossed the Atlantic to see, but he
wanted to see It at eloa range. How
ever, It la more than likely Rleh.ird
will be sent back on the Oceania on her
return trip without being allowed to
leave Kills Island for a visit to New
. "If tliey send :ne hack." atilrt Rich,
ard, airily, "I'll come over again on
aome other ship an. I get ashore."
MONDIEU! MS AWFUL!
SO VULGAR A FIGHT ON
PIER OYER HAND-KISSING!
M. Franchard Waved Caress
to Mine. Brevost and
Then It Started!
6th Ave.. 20th to 22d St., New York City
It Begins To-Morrow! O'Neill's Tremendous Annual Five Carload Sale of
Dolls and Games
A reat bazaar of new play
things at low prices on our
titth floor, main building
libbers, Rubber Boots and Arctics for All the Family
At The Lowest Prices That Have EVER Been Quoted For FIRST QUALITY New Storm Footwear
C9t. t lit i iii.it i Mfl . .,1 all t a a i 1 .1 ' t a I a a - - a il a I. -. I 1.1! .. - t
mncc j ieui s iihs new tins Ajiihihi Winter mho oi morni root wear, il nns iici-onic somciiiini; 01 h t-tisioin iirotinti town v. nmirmair tne rvmi. oy n huihk an-s m
rutibers. Some are legitimate, but mnny are merely sale of old stock, odd lots, second ami third qualities, or other liclow-standard merchandise. So we want to
bring the fundamental facts of U ISeill sale 1OIMM7 to your notiee.
New, First Quality Regular Stock New First Quality Regular Stock NEW, FIRST QUALITY REGULAR STOCK
NOTE ALSO That the valnea quoted here are O'Neill'. I DON'T WAIT until the rain, .now and sluah have ivenyou I CHRISTMAS Oil I S ot audi practical things are very wel-
Moderate Regular Price, for the same goods, which we carry
n regular .tckt
bad cold. or worse prepare lor it now and save money at the
come and a little different from the tie a man wear, at hi. peril.
g New Stock SZZZy First Quality All Sizes F" M'ckZ and
If l Pierre I ran hard or Montreal
we.e nut so neirslghled it never would
have happened. But because he la -
II. Franchard went down to the pier
of the French Una to-day to aay "bon
voyage'' and, pcrhapa, other more ln
tiuiaie tilings to Ms wife, WBO was sail
lug on l-.i l'ran e. The warning whlatle,
Ave minutea before sailing time, had
blown and M. Franchard hurried down
to the pier. He stood there, kissing
bom bunds excitedly to a handsome
Woman who ltO0d on the main deck.
Now, that woman happened to he
Mint Jules Krcvost of I'arls and nm
Itednntei ih wife of the afontraal man.
furthermore, m. Juloa, her husbund,
van with her Mme. BreVOIt turned
olaffuatedly to her husband ami begg.-.i
him ti notlca what "that pig of a fat
man'' on the pier waa doing. M. Bre
vo.t noticed and then aom.thlng began
to happen In a typical French way.
M. Brevost, who ! no paragon of
ulenderne.a, waddled down the gang
plank and charged feroclous'y up to the
(eatlculatlng M. Franchard.
"Nom du nMaal"
They milled around. All th fine puiins
of U aavute, appertaining to the feet,
and le box, appertaining to the flets,
were being exempllflad. when Detective
. !! lie Mallen Interfered. With th aid
of etwarJa he clawed the two French
"lrand parxlon. mon ohera ami!"
"IHia un mot, brav gentllhomme'"
An tmbraee, A kiss on the cheek of
m. rranehard. a gtai mi the cheek 0r
1 WOMEN'S STORM RUBBERS, sicca iV2
to 7 ; reff. 85e, sale price
MISSES' STORM RUBBERS, sizes 11 to
2 ; reg. oii sale price
CHILDREN'S STORM RUBBERS, sues G
to 10 reg. 50c. sale price
Hoott, Rubbari and
Fioe carloaat and I I O ! Ever quoted an W
more in r.Mtrpe LOWcol I lICcS f uHHm
WOMEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT PEBBLE
LEG BOOTS, sizes to 8; rcg. $.25, T
sale price $1.Z9
MISSES' LIGHT WEIGHT PEBBLE
LEG BOOTS, sizes 11 to 2; reg. $2.00, sale
CHILDREN'S LIGHT WEIGHT
LEG BOOTS, sizes 7 to lOHfc rcg. $1.7.?.
ONE DUCKl.t ARCTICS
hcavy weight; regularly
1.S0; .ale .
ONE BUCKLE ARCTICS
Light weight; regularly
$I 7i;..l. - n
Th. above lots are on sale In the O'Nrlll Mala llulidlna. Saeaad Itnor.
Storm King Boots
BOYS' DULL FINISH STORM KING BOOTS,
heavy sole, sizes 3 to fl; reg. (K(,50, sale QCl
YOUTHS' DULL FINISH STORM
KING BOOTS, heavy sole; rcg. $2.75. sale -price
MISSES LIGHT WEIGHT DULL FINISH
STORM KING BOOTS, tiie. 11 to i. reg. $t.50, sale. aa
CHILDREN'S LIGHT WEIGHT DULL FINISH STORM
WOMEN'S BUCKLE ARCTICS, sises
2! j to 7; reg. $2.25, sale price. . . . $1.35
MISSES' BUCKLE ARCTICS, sites 11
to 9; reg. $1.65, sale price $1.20
CHILDREN'S BUCKLE ARCTICS,
sizes iVa to 10! o- reg. $1.25- sale price. . ... $1 03
HIGH BUCKLE "ARCTIC3
All fleece lineJ; regu-
Men's Storm Rubbers
STORM RUBBERS-Oood quality. All
perfect gnu 1- All site.. Regu
larly 83c. Sale price DC
uuuia, atr.es H'j to lit1-... rcg ft.Ut), sale . a s
The Men's and Ho. at, lea mentioned helnw are In O'Neill's Store for Had and the Hots.
Men's and Boys Rubber Boots
MEN'S SHORT BOOTS -Dull
finished, heavy olca;
rag. fATat salt
ALASKA OVERSHOES -Warmly lined.
Made like storm rubbers, but with cloth
tops. sices, ft to II. Reg.
1.50. Sale price
MEN'S HIGH STORM
KING BOOTS Heavy
4.&U; a I e .r AA
S to ;
SAO beautifully colored
landscape and figure! in 1 1
inch gilt frames. Two sizes
18x0 and lit4. '
An exceptionally good
design in the two leading
colors; brow I "rcen.
Value 1.39 and II, SO
Remnants of Heavy Silver
Bleached Pure Linen Satin
Damask, in lengths of t. 4
and 3 yards. Full 70 inches
Values 132C V 15c
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs
for men nnd women. Sheer
and medium weight.
Value si. JO
Other style, as follows:
Hti 1100 :!..-,(
Special. SI. 25 Si. 75 S2.00
This season's most popular
designs. Among them are
Renaissance, Cluny, Brussels,
I1i-.I1 I'lNttt and Novelty ef
Values 55c r 50c
Lisle and Cottons; some
have embroidered insteps.
Double heels, toes and soles.
Black and color..
Reg. SI. 00 to 11.50
.Mm I nion Suits, various
styles, comprising wool ind
cotton and all cotton.
Values 35 to 150
Some choice pieces at
very special prices. They
consist of Persian hall strips
anil indium sited Mug.
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The "Johnny" Coat
Is the Smartest Day Coat of the Season for
Misses and Young Women
Coupling fashion with special values
O'Neill's have hud one of the cleverest of the
newer styles made especially for to-morrow's
Special at $5.95
At $9.75 this is considered one of
our best styles in regular stock.
The "Johnny" etyle is fundament ally
the young-mannish idea put into a coat
otherwise thoroughly feminine, just enough
of the swagger young fellow to give the inimi
table piquancy that is so dear to the heart of
the smart young lady and so eminently appro
priate to her.
This New Coat is made of Zibeline
Cloth, braid In mini, with deep cuffs and
patch pockets; deep plain braid bound collar,
which can be worn oen or buttoned close up
to the throat; fastens to the side with large
buttons. Colors, brown and black. Special
for Friday only, $5.95.
.Vl5 O'Neill Main StoreThird Floor-Take 22d SI. Klerato
(iertnnu silver mesh bags
with long chain handles, and
six inch fancy engraved
frames. Pour and onc-balf
inches deep mesh. Six fancy
We have contracted with
the manufacturers for a large
iunntity of these boxes in
two styles. They are cov
ered with an extra quality
Japanese matting trimmed
v. il Ii liaiiition.
O'Neill's Big Store for Dad and The Boys
Styles and qualities that compare with regular
$18.00 to $96.00 garments.
Also Called Tetter, Suit Rbvnn, Prurl
ls, Milk-Crust. Weepiug U etc.
KC30KUA CAN BK CI KM TO STAY
mi win l sy I'tirtU, I J' Mt
r I' It-I'-I. ii't inert-l.v imi ll
uii ( h ID (If, la rtturu wtre toM DMOff,
Son 1 AO BO. BUI wll Ml fOll liKU' tUtfli
nor bu'o dooton Iwve told .vou iliat
.oil ouultl not be t-ureil ll I -k ii Jiut
;,-u.v (U aliut vuil I BMW "tut I t!k
) sbotit. If ou WlitS me TO l-W,
1 will tend you s I 1(1 I: THIAI. ot my
mild, ootiiintf, gusmnteai treatment tUat
will cmti'i'-r gvy more in s dsf tlisn 1 ur
any one ele 1 i'ii iii a montJi'a time. If
vim sre .rv-K 0'l (Mfxiourmfeil, 1 dare
vou t five me dmtK-e to prove uiv rUiina,
By writing roe tn-dy W will enW MON
veal i-oukft'rt than rot hwl STSf ttioiilit Him
world hold tor roil, JUSt tr U and you
will see 1 iu irlhug )ou the Until.
Dr. J. E. Cannaday,
m Pari Square, Srdalia, Mo
llefcien i k: TMH N"; , Mjl U40I1.
mi d a lietter BtJ than to r ttii'.
to torn Mor eutUrer of jftgMBU I
Swagger lielted back coa'ts,
slightly shuped top coats, liegu
httiou Overcoats, storm over
coats, bluck overcoats of all cor
rect stylos. All new materials
O Suits at $12.50
The new English OUt double
breasted suit, slender soft roll
sack suit, the winter Norfolk
suit, afternoon frock coats and
vests, evening clothes, too. All
colors and materials.
Cash or Credit
Vou can buy yottl clothes now
and arrange for convenient
Extra Friday Attraction I
2,000 Pieces of Desirable
Dress Goods Remnants
SUIT AND DRESS LENGTHS of the most fashionable
wool Dress (ioods, including Whipcords, Hairline Stripes
Plain Serges, Shepherd Checks, etc., etc.
at 25c, 39c & 49c Yd.
Regular values 50c to II .40 yard. This should find a
place on your ( 'hristmas gift list.
O'.Velll Mala Htore Spaelal Counter on First Floor.
A Friday Special Sale of the New
Regular Value) $16.00
Women's and Small Women's Coats
of English Novelty Fabrics, in gray, brown
and blue. Collar and deep cuffs of con
trasting colors. Trimmed with braid,
fancy buttons and patch pockets. Several
HIlMJim iw I Well
in all sises. Sue-
Raincoats for Women and Small
Women; from the smart slip-on mannish
coal to the more fitted models. In rub
berised canton cloth, cashmere and cra
venette; all sises; at 14.75, 75. 18.98 and
O'Neill Main StoreThird Floor.
Extra Friday Attraction !
10,000 Yards Regular 65c
Colored Taffeta Silks
Seventy-five colors, embracing
everything now in demand for day
and evening wear. This is a firm
quality, etiitablefor dresses, waists,
O'Xrlil Main Store-Heronil Floor,
lal e Ml. F.leratiir..
O'Neill's Big Store for Dad and The Boys
On Friday and Saturday a tune New Purchase of
BOYS' REEFERS AND OVERCOATS
Goes -on Sale at Surprisingly Low Special Prices
rrl... 11. l. . ii ,. ... i i . a i .
me: iiijju ruaractcr and excellent quality oi tins splendid 101 oi eiotues
are just us important to parents as the economy shown in the prices.
$7.50 Reefers and Overcoats at $4.98
Reefers ate la all-wool Chinchilla, in light nnd dark gray, blue ami brown, in double
breasted, Jack Tar and Russian styles; flannel lined; also Fancy Effects, in cheviot and
cassimere overcoating, and Blue Kersey with Astrakhan Shawl Collar and Cuffs,
and Silk Frogs; sizes 8 to 10 years.
School Overcoats in new fancy Cheviots and Cassimeres; made full length, belted
hack and convertible collars; sizes 10 to 17 years
Special To-Morrow and Saturday
Men's $1.50 Evening Shirts
Latest style full evening dress or Tuxedo Shirts,
semi-stiff tucked bosoms, coat models, at
tached cuffs, sizes 14 to 17; all sleeve fj AA
Ml Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
aoi -jo i aocao
Boys' $7.50 Two
In all-wool fancy
effects, in cheviot
and cassimeres, in
double - breasted
m odell both
trousers are full
lined, sizes 7 to 17
Boys' $10.00 Reefers and
Betfsfl are in iii-w fain , SStViotl anil SSMlnitMSi niailr
up in I'ulo and Russian styles; also St Niclmlas all-wool
kersey with Astrakhan shawl collars and cuffs with silk
frogs; sises 8 to 10 years. Overcoats in new fancy overcoat
ing, made single or double-breasted, convertible collar.
cut full length and have lull or ball belts; sises
10 to 17 years; at
Boys' Chinchilla Polo Hats, all
.h.d.,tom.,b 50c and 98c
Boys' Hats, in Mt . lot )
Hoy a' Sweaters, all sires; at 98c to 2.50.
O'Ncili-Adams Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street, New York City
in i'l" up in
Tyrolean, Kali II all. TtlSCQBfl 7ft
and Teddy ikspes; value Sl.&U; at OC
in faneles, made with collars or neck bunds;
also plain white with plaited (routs and
tierk liamls. siii'S 7 to 10; value.
T4e and 'I mi, at
Mail and Telephone Orders Filled. Phone 4700 Chelsea. W.
reserve the right to limit quantities.
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Atiiiwre'a No. . Urs. .
Almofr'a No. :t 1srs..
Aiuiore'. iM a lars, .
Armour'. No. :t ualls.
tloral -H-a.llna lars. .
r'loral -1 Quart tars. . .
Raisins and Currants
..l dm Umtm Headed lUlaina
1 -lb. vackaUre
1 lt. pa kaie
finlden llnrn Hultntii
Hstlelne I lb. i.m kusr. . .
HfH,l Ornnae P.r lb
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ham-, I Ursa I'nr lt
r tra l ain , Cltroa I'.r lb.
Hli'hard.n a Kobbln. or Krmiw.-Amerli-aii
l-ood Co.. SifA
a th tins OlFC
'.'lb. tins eae
1 lb. Una Sae
i ii. li , I 'in l Una Ha
Hi. -hardaon aobblns Plura
Figs and Datea
I .in I .iii- eulled lias 20c
I an. j I sr.. I a) rr I l(B Jgj.
Kan.') New Varil llalr.-- to
!r lb law;
Cocoa and Chocolate
the surelr fur,. Hreakras
I lie surety l.i'Ufh t tio. ult
1 in. tin., due l
I. -lb. tin.
Hoi or u
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
Nona C. O. D.
Table A i,i,l n.
I Hlier Hiillsenbrrji Tabl. Aliulea -
lfc'4 of (HI. S2.Ttli 39c
1 an. Kins Applet J "3-
ki.i aii.Trt: .ii i. . '"
raSKI lireenlna Apple. oo
Hbl.. a:t.:i.-. i at. bs ili.t. .OC
I mil Haldwln Ippli-M '0
Hbl Sa.il.1l .ak.t.
Orauses I ill y I'urlu Itlio in.
motiium fiuti: .insen aersi
Malaaa tlrapea- Prr lb. . .
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In. l.arae M.-.l.u
I unions p,r ilos.n
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Kani'y I're-li Mu.lirouiiia -
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HriiMMel. Suroat" Hs.krt.
I an.'v ( raulirrle. - Ouart .
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Th. Surety OQ
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lb. baa. ....
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tor thl. S1 OA
O'Neill Main Store, lla.riii.nl
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street M
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