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TM SYElf IK O WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
HEARST HOW, SAYS EUROPE IjSUMWUff
riaraon hTln han mada AmMm
I HINKS Wfc RE ALL GUNMEN.
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Minifests Great Enthusiasm Over
the Outcome of the Presi
William Randolph Haaxat and Mra
Maarat vrfr paatcrafcra en tha Mayura
taWa, whloh cot In o-Ajr. Mr. llaaxa
had baan abroad atnoa aaHjr lunmr,
!la manlfeatad anboandad arrthuataam
ovar tha ovtcotna of tna alaoUoa.
"Tfce overthrow of tha RapaMtoao
aaa-tjr," ha a aid, 'UtiouH ba of raat batv
aJt to tha oouMrv. Whan a party la In
war too lone tt la apt to forarat Ita
paaklnc of tha Jtorrtfiai oaaa Mr.
Hearat aaid that tha aansaMonal crlraa
had made a bad Impraaaloa abroad, "tt
haa lad Euro pa," h aald, "to reward
Adaarlea aa a nation of (unman. I am
atara that tha conviction of Baokar and
tha (unman will hava a aalvtary affaot
both upon tha community and tha Fo
"Mow do you lka Mayor Oaynora
ward aptaaModa" ha waa aakad.
Mr. HtarM raughad, but rafuaad to
tha Mayor or Ma vocabulary.
NEW MINISTER TO BELGIUM.
flora Mrbar. of Baltlaaor
waeaada Lara Aadaraoa.
IvUeHZNOTOK. Nov. - TTi. ap
patajfenant of Thaodora Marburr ft
BaMknora a Mlnlatar to Balglum waa
aaoounoed to-rtny by tha Ptato IVjpavt-
New Evening Service
LT. NTTW tork
Ar CHICAOO ----
a a - IMP. M.
. - - .IMP. M.
(eat day) T.N P. M.
Through All Steel Drawing-Room
Sleeping Car on the "24-Hour St.
Louis" via Richmond, Ind., and
Raturnlnr naw train laavaa Chteaa at 11.10 9. M. with thronrb a leap
ing oar arrtrint Now Tork at I.tO P. M. aaxt day on tha
"14-Hour Now Yorker"
34th Street New York
Smart Apparel for Children and Misses
Extra Special Values for Saturday
Girls School and Dress Coats in latest Norfolk and Russian
models, made of high-grade serge, corduroy and fine
mixtuees; trimmed with velvet and braid. Values to sio
Girls' School and Dress Coats of chinchilla, mixtures, velvet
and serge, including dressy Norfolk and box-pleated
models; trimmed with velvet and fancy buttons; lined
and interlined. Values to f 15
Misses' and Juniors' Chinchilla Coats in smart button-to-neck
models, in navy blue, brown and gray, trimmed with
broadcloth in various color combinations. Exceptional values
Misses' Dresses of charmeuse and corduroy; hand-embroidered
and lace and moire trimmed. Value 925
An unusual assortment of Party and Afternoon Dresses for Misses and
Juniors, in Chiffon, Meteor, Charmeuse, Eponge, Velvet and Corduroy.
Children's Trimmed Millinery
A great variety of correct styles in Felt, Velour, Velvet and Plush,
in all approved colors, becomingly trimmed in latest effects,
including many exclusive copies of imported models.
Exceptional values at $1.50 to $4.95
Fashionable Footwear For Women and Misses
Beaded Slippers in a beautiful shade of bronze that blends
artistically with many colors. Made on a new last that
fits snugly at heel and is arched high to hug the instep.
Value 1 6
Women's and misses' tan shoes for walking and general
' wear; made on a fashionable yet very comfortable and
practical last with high Cuban or low military heels;
lace, button and blucher lace models. Unusual values.
Ten distinct shades in Satin Slippersthe colors that are most in demand are
always available in regular stock. Commissions for special shades, to match the
color of any costume, will be executed promptly and at very moderate cost.
Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
At Specially Low Prices for Saturday
Boys' Long Overcoats
of all-wool mixed overcoatings,
with convertible collar and
belted back; sizes from 10 to 17.
Boys' Overcoats of superior
style and quality; made of high
grade mannish mixtures and
chinchilla; belted or the new
pleated back; sizes 2 to 17.
Values to 914.50
Boys' Overcoats of double
face imported chinchilla and
mixed fabrics of finest quality
and highest grade workman
ship; sizes 5 to 18. Valut916.S0
Special Purchase of boys'
Norfolk and double-breasted
suits of all-wool mixed fabrics;
coats serge lined; sizes 8 to 17.
Boys' Suits comprising a large
assortment of odd sizes in this
season's newest Norfolk, double
breasted and English patch
pocket models; sizes 8 to 18.
Values to 914.95
Boys' Blouses made of corded
madras in white and attractive
stripe effects; neck band or
collar; French cuffs; all sizes
from 7 to 14 years. Value 91
ym W" In New York's M Shopping Centre
0 Neill-Adams Co
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22nd Street
Saturday-lest you forget
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Summing up the main polnls again
4 'Self praise may be half flattery" but telling again the story
of this sale and what led up to it, cannot be resisted.
This co-operative idea was born of bigness. Its organizers, in
cluding ourselves, gave it breadth, scope and liberalities.
We put a good piano back of it upon which the idea could stand; a piano
which tor years has sold at varying prices up to as high as four hundred dollars.
We fixed its price at the lowest possible dollar that the most economical selling
methods would permit two hundred and forty-eight dollars and seventy-live
We planned to distribute them without adding interest to this price.
We arranged the easiest sort of payments one dollar and twenty-five cents
We charged the most nominal cash fee to participate in this salt five dollars
and even credited this five dollars to the price of the instrument selected.
We delivered the instrument immediately notwithstanding, in scores of in
stances, the five dollar initial payment did not cover the cartage.
We planned an exchange privilege, winch gives the purchaser a year to fully
satisfy himself as to the high character of the piano he obtains.
We got up a joint guarantee which stands today as the strongest guarantee
given upon any thing that is offered for sale.
We are making it a voluntary practice to cancel all payments remaining unpaid, in
event tnat a purchaser dies before
his piano has been hilly paid tor.
WE are so likely to forget. We
are so likely to put off. We
get in the habit of thinking
that we have plenty of time for this
This great piano sale is now in
mind wnen we pencil these thoughts.
We have in mind that it was even
our own expectation, when this sale
opened, that it would continue at
least three weeks longer.
Now we know that it cannot pos
sibly run for two weeks longer.
This sale has been electrifying. It
has been huge gigantic stupend
ous in its success.
Like a snow -ball rolling down hill,
it has gathered size and strength as
Yesterday we could scarcely serve
our customers. To-dav--the same
thing and to-morrow being Satur
day and this reminder to quicken
your coming; we no doubt will have
the largest single day's orders to fill
of any one day since this big move
ment was announced.
Is it, therefore, too much to ask
that you come in the forenoon, if
you can find it convenient to do so?
The player-piano plan
is also outlined again
rpmiKE HUNDRED player-pianos are
1 also beins sold on this co-operative
0 - m
The usual price of these player-pianos is
five hundred and fifty dollars each.
The co-operative price is three hundred
and ninety-five dollars, with NO INTER
EST to be added.
The player-piano is also being delivered
immediately upon the payment of five
The payments will be two dollars a
week giving you one hundred and
ninety-five weeks time in which to makes
l . iL. xft.-1
your imviiN'iu ( ric sumc u un ina
piano. The same unconditional guar
antee that in given on the piano is given on
vve worked out a casn pre
mium feature, whereby every
purchaser can earn cash pre
miums by making extra weekly
payments when they wish.
And finally we offered to
give any one their money
hack provided they would but
ask for it within thirty days
of the time their piano was
After reading over this big,
broad-gauged, liberal plan, is it any
wonder we remind you not to put
off4 4 Lest you forget?' Satur
day will be a good day to inspect
these instruments, and if you like,
to reserve one for Christmas.
How to obtain one of these pianos
To take advantage of this unusual sale, nil you have to do
is to lend or brin in five dollars, for which we will ut onco
give you a recipt.
This five dollars is credited to your account on t lie co-operative
books -leaving two hundred and forty-three dollars and
seventy-five cents to Ik1 paid.
The CO-ope native plan then allows one hundred and
ninety-live weeks' time in which to pay this amount at the
rate of one dollar and twenty-five cents a week. There are
no further payments of any Kind to be met.
You can select your piano at once - -tomorrow next day
next week or any other time convenient to you. It will he
delivered immediately -next week or next month. The (true
you set. -el your piano and the date of delivery is wholly
optional with you.
If not convenient for you to personally select your piano,
we will make the e lection for you under your instruct ions, with
the underitandJfUj that, if at the end of a thirty days' trial
the piano la not iatisfactorjra we will refund your money.
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I ru is Imw lot In nrm tnlaanj ajiq
difLVult ft' 1 "lue 1m dttfinj i.ttt da .
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You can also get
your money back
at any time within
You get the same
privilege of exchang
ing within a year as
that given with the
All of the unpaid
balances will be vol
untarily cancelled in
event of death.
Also, a player
piano bench and nine
rolls of music (your
own selection) are
included without extra charge.
An arrangement will be made with each
purchaser whereby new player rolls can be
procured at a cost of only five cents a roll.
These player-pianos are standard 88-
note players; that is, thev olav everv
I note on the piano when the music roll
is in motiou.
TT Select your
I Christmas pi
jl ano or player
piano NOW. Upon
the payment of 5
dollars, the instru
ment you select
will lie held for de
livery, if you wish,
until Christmas week.
In the mean time,
you may make your
weekly payments or
wait until the piano
is delivered as you
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These player-pianos have an automatic shifter i
the m tic to play perfectly. Meat I
whi. h i . in, il,
player-piam s sold at from
hundred and fifty dolla
Sixth Avenue, 20th, 21st and 22nd Streets
Main nun. iin K ,ni Floor Talii --'i sir. , t RJavstarvi
) mr z
hundred to two
irs in re than these
will not play perfectly. These player-pianoa t.
have lead tubing. Most player pianos have rubber I
tubing. The life of rubber it one year at
most. Lead lasts forever. It cannot wear out
and the tubing in these pianos is so placed it .
cannot he broken.
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