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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2912.
HIS BABY'S GRAV
IS CONVICT'S PAY
FOR AIDING WIFE
"Jim" Costello Hares Criminal
Record to Ehlbfe Her to Get
A e.met.ry i1im1 to h' baby'. grv
VII Mi amazvng prlre sxw.-tpa by hs
ooavlc husband Tor a letter which n
abas! Mar or VwrywetJier lppollto M
annul her marriage In a rem.vk.V-
eutt just !!. i Supreme Court
Ife the atory of the faeclnatlng roirue.
who ooa.st- I of deacant frum in Ori
alnla, nil the humUe maiden who
limed of tUlaa. iMl and wmnu.
War onor, hoWTr. in Ma song- career
of crime. Ixilrl IjH' . or Paul St.
Oatr. or Iewelvo Ie Iyiiperdo .r pa:n
"Jim" ..!. ha done t'.i. rlrht thin
Hefcae helped umVx-k the marital feuer
he forged as he painted m iwnMni word
picture of hi land aad people la Italy,
whar aha ahould r.lga root day ia
"'euiitaa 1 Uupanlo."
From hi call tn Dane-mora, whar tie
la a number, not a mm, -ot !). or lp
pollto. th nam he married under, ha
written hi wife' lawyer
OaotU man Tour lot tar haro and In
reply would say 1 fully appreciate
Sitae Marrywetfcer't posrtloa and
your pbilanthroplo dtapoalttoa toward
woraanattnd In trermril. That I may
make aoma mend I herewith state
ray criminal record, trusting II nraor
evJ Mlaa Merryweuber.
t Was aenteneed to r: mtra on Atari I
IX um, a is r.ui'apoo" and re
nter two years. Sa newer
of tats when wa war married
la WK In IX I was convicted ec
Uamway robbery uodar th aJtaa af
aail flt. Clair and sai to Sloe Bint.
Lately I waa oaartctod of grand lar
oany day aha aam of "J km Coa
asJki" and am bow am ine a svn
rar tarn at Denemoia.
I feel It Juat and rraMLy to aM tn
essery amy to extricate har Iron Uta
aaa ban a aam ant from what haa
proved aa laatfaalrahla husband. I
amiend to bar my heartfelt
for a loo aad greet
But now that I har doata aay part
to hats har retrain bar freedom. I
(not aha wtal raapaot my wtah and
forward to aaa, aa waa serried, tha
toad to aha ara.'e of ray aam, wbasb
LETTBH AND RCCOMM WIN MIR
Tito totter aad record wara auffietoat
to watrant tha Court In dtotolvtaa; tha
marrlsge. No wltnets wn railed hy
Mrs. lppollto. as Die l.gal papers trrmed
Kay, Only the grim record of the felon
and his letter rrt In trod urn In evl
dene. Mia. Itipnlltn Is a lalti handsome
Woman yet in hr twenties. Her family
r Hiutherners I ha win vialt insc fftw
Yotk when a htfl i fate threw the
"Count." a the Hi M idway hotel knew
him. at rns her path, Hurrying bj a tele
phone In the Hotel Ast"r he.- hanrker
OBWf fluiterej to the Baa, The Count
darted to htf aid. snapped up the bit of
Isce and returned It, MM waa nut
charmed. Next time they met the rap
tit at'.ng forelfne- even more attrs'--tlvc.
His courtship was ardent almost
Impetuous May after day he regaled
her with wild ynrn of his family, his
fortunes, even hi airship. He was a
gentleman, a Jiiunger son, but some
fines an aetor nersuse he favorad tha
Th alopemrnt to Jersey Clly and the
marriage iv.is ijuite In ferrying with his
wooing. T!iy went to live at No. MO
Wt One Hundred and Hevrnty-nlnth
street, Kor months fhelr honeymoon con
tinued until one day In March, t . Iyiilgl
lppollto wn missing. Whin he returned
thre was an Infant on In his home
Then again he left.
Mr, lppollto understood her husband
wns in Italy airang nr family affair.
I Ti n ii one day In 1804 h rccclvad a
! mysterious lalaphoM ,-aii tfi i down ti
the Qoaofbl s'-s,o-is rourtr,o:n. As ohe
Ituahed into tho east ', she liesid the
"Pull 81. Clair, to the bar!"
Mr". IppOlllo ult'Ted a wIM scream
as she saw tha i,rlsoier.
"My hMbSP. I. my husliand' If a
mistake'" she crl d.
Ippoliio glancoa aboajl nngrilv. Thlr
ees met. but there was ka rOoogDlslrsfl
on his pari Then the rr-lsoner flitflhlH
gaze on the court. He refusal to rec
aajsjlM bit wife, and he was led gently
ftWajr, Me hoidly aald hi name wa
Paul Ht. Clair.
"You don't know this lady. Mr, tp
jMillto, who ans you bra her husbsnd?"
"Nope; never saw lir'"
Hut the co'ilr was tlsfled with th"'
recognition and sumtmnied rh record
of lAiltfl lyiipardo IppoJIto wn found
to ha s second offender sod given four
posts Tha death nt her baby waa soon
iiilded to the abandoned bride's woe.
Aderslty overlook her family, and Mrs.
Ippmllto became a saleswoman In a
Hrnadway store Her lave for her hu
bsrsfl had not been exilnculahed. Hhe
walfied lovally for him. Ills term ended
i four years ago, bfi no word same from
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children turn out well at school.
proud when their
But all mothers and fathers do not know how much
the children's sucoess at school depends upon their care
at home, particularly in regard to the food that is given
An ideal breakfast for every school child should include
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Children like H-O Oatmeal best because it tastes best.
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twenty minutes' cooking, and is the moat economical costs less
than half-cent a dish.
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Half Prices in This Greatest
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Coats Actually Worth
Up to $15,
Coats Actually Worth
Up to $20,
Coals Actually Worth
Up to $25,
PER SI ANA.
192 Beautiful Velvet Dresses
$1 0 .75
$25 to $35
The price quoted barely represents the value of the
trimmings and materials. These models are of the
highest class, fascinatingly beautiful and fashioned
with every new fad and idea of the day. There are
velvet dresses with exquisite chiffon bodices over lace,
velvet dresses with contrasting embroidered panel
blouses, others with hand made braid or satin girdles
with lace collars, yokes, jabots and cuff frills still
others with artistically draped skirts. All the waists
are lined with Japonica. In black, navy blue, bur
gundy, delft, damson and brown.
SMASHING REDUCTION SALE
FOR SEVEN DAYS ONLYACT NOW
875 Single Suit Lengths and Overcoatings, $30 to $50 Qualities fi&Z
iUE to the tremendous business we have
done at our record breaking sacrifice
sales we have decided to place on sale
just 875 choice single suit lengths and over
coat patterns, specially selected from our
choice stock of purest imported and
domestic woolens, every length actually worth
from $3.50 to $5.50 per yard; to your
measure, while they last, $12.75.
Rather than leave this beautiful collec
tion of the season's latest exclusive styles
upon our shelves to become back numbers,
we have determined to sacrifice these 875
suitings and overcoatings only, no more, no
less. Everybody knows that in our years of
tailoring exclusively to exclusive patrons we
never made a suit or overcoat at this
smashing reduction sale price of $12.75.
Q7C CIirTimrc iHVin niXDrnlTlwrc the vf ry last word in fashion, chi chillas, rrowns grays bliis, fancy weaves and exclusive
Oid OVii lliUO AMI UwLKLU AlIIlUiJCONHMD !'AIIEkN AND SRADkS. CHOItlST fctLLCUOVi EKUM MOVl RELIABLE, UEVr-kNOMN
. sUMJFAi ll ibRS OF SELECT. PURE WOOLENS. WORtR FOUR TIMES THIS SALE PRICE. $12,75.
Th..nkgfllv.ng Special -S?5
TUXEDO SUIT $25
Value $50 to $70
lTntil Thanksgiving Duy
only we will make to your
nn'H.s'.irc Tuxedo Suit of
fin st gcnuiiu giiaranU-ed
pun-at wh)I im ported L'n-fini-h'd
Worsteds or Dra-
EM-s, lined throughout wilh
elding pure silk, fitted to
perfection, exquisitely fin
ished and guaranteed real
$j0to$70 value, at Hhe un
roalehed price of $25.00.
Only 875 Suitings in This Lot. Don't Wait Don't Wonder
Don' t Delay But Call at the Earliest Possible Moment as
They Will Surely Go Quick. We Never Sold Suit or Overcoat
So Low. and This Is a Bona Fide Sale. Orders Completed for
Thanksgiving if Given Two Days in Advance.
Money Back if Dissatisfied Without a Word
HAAS & CO.
105-7 Nassau St., N.Y.eneVTa'nr
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 7.30
385 Fulton St., B'klyn nJXSfflU
OPEN EVENINGS I NTH-1. SATURDAYS. 11 P. M.
Every suit or overeoat we
build to your measure the
very utmost in fashionable
style, fit and superb finish.
We slake our reputation
on the quality and shape
holding qualities of these
imported and domestic
pure woolens that you se
lect, at this history-breaking
price of $12.75 for
seven days only.
Cranhrrlaa in crsam, rov
rpl with hravy chorolat
Hagnlar 60c quality, OA.,
lsllrloua 0i Milk Thooo
MtS iVram Caramel. (Jsj
ItB. ' Chnrniat'a ' ' Mnlisss
O'joanut ' 'M'.-irnrla.
FxtraSpecial at CIGAR DEPT
A 25c Pack
With evory 50c. or ovr pnr
Pon't full to got a pasrk.
$10,000 Worth of "Sternau" Bathroom
Fixtures at One-Half Regular Prices
We emphasize this purchase because it demonstrates the buying powers of
this organization with its fifty and more great stores throughout the United States
These Are Sternau Bathroom Fixtures
the besfr fixtures made in the world. They are manufactured in the city of
New York and each piece is stamped and trade-marked with the maker's name.
Each piece is made of brass and heavily nickellcd and w arranted not to rust,
crack or scale. We underwrite this guarantee and say that if any piece fails
or discloses any imperfection of any kind that we will instantly replace it or
refund your money, just as you prefer.
AT BACH MIC
FOR ROLL PAPER
RF4H I.AR To.
Bath Tub Seats
Solid oak with
A 15c Caka KUTE-LAVE SOAP
with every SOAP DISH purchased.
A 25c Bleached Cotton
with averv TOWKI, R ACTK tur
chased nt GOc. or over.
$5 " Happy Electric
Flat Irons pK . 75
Absolute! f guaranteed f.r 3 year.
Complete, ready for use, with metal
standard and 0 feet of wire with plug.
Don't faii to see it.
RFntl.AK )1.a) mMBTV ; TIllV
amir i. ah seen
Regular fl .tS gZ
10-inch site. . UOt
Reirular 1150 tti
XO-inch size. . T
Regular 11.73 O"?
SS-ineh SsSt. O sf V
The bar can be usofl :it any angle
and you can av much apne by
using them across the corner where
ordinary racka cannot be used.
KKtU'l.AR SS.OS1 rOMHINATION
Double Tumbler Holder,
Soap Dish and
Special Tomorrow !
Two Cakes to a Customer.
RF.ii i.ar ai.arj
aUrtaJl 1E0 VgmffiTOTT
nii porcelain a laaag aa,
Rl I.I I AH SS.eu COM BIN ATI OR
Prlca. . 1.3U
nm i..ut soe.
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BROADWAY AT 34TH STREET
Husband and Wile Both
Saved From SnHerlng
I wish to tall you the good ratultt my
self and husband received from Dr. Kil
mer' Swamp-Root. About eleven years
ago I had a severe attuck of La Grinna
and wg confined to my bed about eight j
week under the doctor' care. He pro
nounced my case kidney trouble and
rheumatism, and not receiving the results
from the doctor's treatment I should
have received, I divided to try Swamp
Root. After taking several bottle of
Swamp-Root I wa able to get up and
attend to my work. About a year later
my husband wu affected with a aavere
attack of kidney trouble and doctored
for soma time with the doctors aad re
ceived no benefit. Knowing of the good
1 had received, he derided to try Swamp
Root. Hi condition wa such that he
was confined to his bed and word can
not tell how he suffered, but after taking
Swamp-Root ho wa relieved o he could
gn on with his work without pain. I
wish to heartily recommend Swamp
Root to all persons afflicted with kidney
and bladder trouble and you may pub
lish this letter if you wish.
MRS. A. K. BRIGOS,
Sworn and subscribed to before me,
this foth day of May. 191.
IRA MCCARTHY. Notary Public
NO MONEY DOWN
Weekly Delivers This Davenport
CREDIT TERMS 1
$3.00 Down $50.00
5.00 on 75.00
10.00 " 150.00
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rlouri Value SVI.1
This (t-hsscd Lcsthet Ccuch
with rv ry nurchtif oi
Dr. Kilmer 6f Co.,
Binghamton. N. Y.
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OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
Pron What Swamp-Root Will Do For Ton
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., lliiiRhatn
too, N. Y for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also receive
a booklet of valuable information, telling
all about the kidneys and bladder. hen
writing, be sure and mention the New
York Kvcning World. Regular fifty
ccut and one-dollar sise bottles for salu
at nil drug stores.
mo extra caaaoa ros it.
SsartMsuCLt. uf lb. .Vorld uar
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200 BLACK BEAVER HATS in smart, clever shapes, large, medium
and small. These- liats are the nvist popular for winter wear, they are
stylish and dressy aiJ require very In tlo triinmiiiy. 4,0J $ j c
and f2 4tt values. Special, Saturday, at .4o
HANDSOME READY-TO-WEAR VELVET HATS - handmade
on buckram frames in small natty sturx-s, with narrow roll brim
, and turban effects; fine quality silk velvet with satin $-
trimming. BUch enlf. werth 12.98. Special st 48
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