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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912
HAS HAPPY ENDING
BECAUSE OF SONG
Wealthy Ycung Man Finds on
Stage Fiancee He Lost and
Thev Are Wed.
T,i i v mi:... while nra-miin and mat
axlnr reKlers are tuM the etnr of the
tlrl from ip-Htate wlllt a wotulwful
vol. e "Who rocTiM to NVw York to he
coin .Inter and find only misery.
fkUurc nnrl OlMtmre. Tills story runa
Jus; the other way.
Mote tlmn a year ace. Henrietta de
Renin. tttllMtf of a H.wheater bfMMi
irea eimsse.l t marry Walter La Han
set. nf a wealthy tlronklyn family. Her
father met with bUlMlttl reverjes and
Mr. llRneon'e pSfSfttS forUide the vans
with tuoh MtftlMtl that the engage
ment win broken.
For five days Miss Tteutll ha baen
Hrb. WnniioA. The young man found
her ac-iln on the atage of a little mov
ing picture vaudeville theatre In llar
lem. She did not ere him, anil did not
know lie wan there, but aha aant out
into the dark where ha tat: "Oh, You
Beautiful Pros IBl" Young Mr. Hanaon
walked out to th Me, took har front
tha urn' and a aoon a aim could get
on hei a.i-e Bit Witt went to I'Mladel
1ii.4a with her ami they were mnriivd.
When the engagement wai broken tha
tlrl. brokenhearted, ran away fnifm
home and came (o New York. 8he had
tie frlenda lim and no mone. On her
flrat afternoon, wan iiTlng up Mroadwi
f.ur men rpuke to her. she tn'k refuge
In a mini,' atoie. A tlrl Here wa
demonstrating tonga, Mian Iteuttl afked
lor a i hanre to try.
Young Mi Kreilerlck Brhtiter. who ll
etmetlmeu a newspaper man, sometimes
a pre agent and always a ph'.lan
ihruplat and inual'- koYar, heard her
olCe from tha aldewalk. With .1 friend
lit entered the Store ao l when the aont
waa 1! 1 1 1 asked how a:ie happened
to ha wasting eii-'h a vdoi In such
pla-e. The girl broke down under real
mpalhy and told har glory.
The Ingenuity of Mr. rU'hkder at on- e
rgSfrtnded to the emergency. He knew
a re.-lai.rant wiere a number of vaude.
llle booking men dined every n.glit
Tta Of lustra leader waa iieratiaded to
j lay the InUSlo of toe "BMiuiCul Hreain
.on .n ihe promltt that Mitt ketttU
wuu.,1 altig lilt Wordt fryiu me table
;nf;i s .is .l,.,.i.i Willi Mr. 8 ilt'ler.
sti.- -11.. aid three m.iag. ra r.illnwed
her and Mr dii.ulcr it tile ireei. On
of them waa the inn In e ante of the
mill 11. ne" of the I'lllled Hooking
Company and gave her steady employ
ment at tiie a.oall ;hairea. w ii-'.
ennhled her to live simply and hi
teepe, tlngly until .ier ewoet heart found
her m'mi 1
Tni tna of Mr, Hataon'a parent Je
at No. Iff! ''Ilnton airee:. Brooklyn. Th
elder Hanaon Inherited a large ratal
fro'n the infOfd ea'ai" of l alifornla.
A LAM.R I'lloTOUKWI RK. IttKK.
a Ptelugravure of Itrealdett-fllac
n uiMlrnw v ii.,:i nil hie fami'y win
Sleet free 1 'nr (h ouinnl Mrjtt n-n
un Is - . orld.
CAPTAIN AND QlfH. HELD.
lau.ht la Raid Yaett r
Brother ml Wire.
William T. dale, one of the beat
known yai ht masters between here And
Hainan, Wag held toy Matlatrnle Breen
In the Harlem Court la-day In BS) Tiall
for trial In special fleealona on a cliarg.
Of miecondiict with Mitt Minnie Ander
sen, a very hthdeome yeuns women,
who aaya ihe la the dtuthtar of a
wealthy gentlerAtn farnve- of Hweden.
The young woman wee eta held In Ihe
ame ball for trial.
The couple have been o copying cell
n Harlem for a weak; alnce their tr-
reet laet Friday aboard the yacht
Nettie, which la moored at the fowl ef
Two Hundred and fourteenth afreet and
he Harlem River. A raiding party of
private detectleea, led by John W. Klin.
brother of the yacht master's wife, In
vaded the yacht and found the couple In
Saturday. November 23d,
Until C o'Clcck.
Vx Carat $
radios' and Gcni:cn.e;Vi sixes
hn) in of ' ' 'itif i ii i it i iiln
itilltiM tli.n mis.. I lUIH' i ll II. .r llS
iihind rm. liMrw i IhIiii t lu-ai In br til th
III Iftftit M.; ,.t ir tit idli r I ill U, ti will
Ml tut tn h. )'(' (linn nl u- rr
mil Jfn i .iff I In '.tniiM i rry ui' u-
r i e K ith the urn ni" Amrrlraii uprtd uf
m im t- uhlrli iiiii . - ilicni iittair Ut Um
t lirr-tiiurlrre urat l)tmnunan. Thflr
rolrr .i i-.i I ill I In in- N riiiinl to Dlumiimii
tuhilnc iint.oit. Tiny hIII le i.if. r.-il for
ult tn-munrow tit -o fmh. with th un.
ilrnlrtiiitlnr Ihnt .inn ctin rrtiirn thftn
um 'in.- within mi j ear fur any rMuua.
thir .i.in'iiii - Imk km Uf m million dnl-
lin' vorih fit IHeti'HiniU it ml our Mrvlrm
.if t - iiitp. imrm Mlllng IHniuuUiU
GIRLS! GIRLS! SURELY TRY THIS!
DOUBLES BEAUTY DF YOUR HAIR
All you need is a 25 cent bottle of " Dander ine"
Hair gets lustrous, fluffy and abundant at once.
Immediate'-" Ye! Certain? -theft
the joy of it. Your hair horome
light, wavy, fluff, abundant end ap
pear! ee oft. Imtroii, and heeutiful
aa a young girt'a after a Dehderine
hair clVanae. Juet try lltie moitten a
cloth with a little Danderina end care
fully drew it through your heir, taking
one atetll at rend at a time, Thin will
eleanee the hair nf dult, dirt or en eealve
oil and in just a few moment you have
doubled the beauty of your hair.
A delightful aurpriee awtita partic
ularly thnee who hare been rarelcM,
whole hair hat been neglrrted or in
craggy, faded, dry. bridle or thin
Bcide beautifying the hair. Dander in
diaaolvea every perticle of dandruff;
cleamei, ptirifiea tnd invigorates Ihr
scalp, forever stopping itching and
falling hair, but what will pleaae you
w,jl lll Ke sflee few weeks' llae of
Oanderlne, when you wilt actually eee
. . ... . . ....
new eair nee ana aowny at urai
yea but really new hair growing all
over the scalp. If you care for pretty,
soft hair, and lota of it, mrrly get a
A cent bottle of Knowlton'e Danderine
from any drug utore or toilet counter
and jutt try it.
are ear nliolow dlnda nf over half a
Una dollnrs' wertli of dlanMMMle. All
ilalnlv marked .f lu m.Voimi.imi.
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pniBf nlht-r "ln1li' 'tun- i. ,ii in mi hfUetst
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Bonwit Teller & Co.
Extraordinary Sale Saturday
Misses Suits. Coats and Dresses
Vctu up to 29.50
The Suits at 16.50
Mndt of nbelinot, diagonal tnd two-tones, in tailored tnd dretty velvet trimmed models.
Lined throughout with peau de cyirte and warmly interlined. Sixes 13 to 18.
The Coats at 16.50
Ulster, belt back, cutaway, teven-eighth tnd full length models, of chinchillts, English plaid
bock vicunas and betides, in all the favored colorings. Sizes 13 to 18.
The Dresses at 16.50
Made of velveteen, corduroy, charmeuse tnd Winter serge only 3 or 4 dresses of t style,
in chic youthful models - specially made for this house. Assortment of fashionable shades.
Sizes 13 to 18
Misses Velvet Suits
Made of velveteen and corduroy, in navy blue,
brown and black. Peau de cygne lined and inter
lined. Sizes 14 to 18.
Misses' Fur Trimmed Suits
Made of crepe cheviots and diagonals, in navy
blue and black. Collars of various fathionabU
furs. Sizes 14 to 18.
Girls' School and Dressy Coats
5.00 8.75 12.50
Made of meltons, in belt back,
box plaited models.
Sizes 6 to 14.
Value 12.50 Value 18.50
Made of chinchillas; lined Made of bouclet, chinchillas and
throughout with flannel or exclusive novelty cloths.
worsted. Sizes 6 to 14.
Sizes 6 to 14.
TO BE CLOSED OUT AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
150 Women's Trimmed Hats
10.00 15.00 25.00
Formerly 20.00 to 50.09
Exclusive imported hats from the leading Paris modistes, together with reproductions from the Bonwit
Teller workrooms. Models suitable for all occasions, in soft draped effects, of velvet and plushes,
with ostrich plumes and other forms of trimmings.
SPECIAL SALES SATURDAY
Crepe de Chine
Crepe de Chine
Low bust and medium long hip "Jessica" model, trimmed with Princess model, trimmed with
model. shadow lace and roses. Val. lace and insertion
SPECIAL SALE WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
Trimmed Seal Coats
95.00 Value 126.00
Trimmed with Leopard, Civet Cat or French Mole.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
Family Group Photogravure of
nlamnnil. litiislia'" from us ran tf n.
, haaaxl al fu value nr rriurnni fur tasta,
leaa 10 war rrnl.. wlthta uaa rear.
CHARLES A. KEENE
em Imnorter of Diamonds.
IBU Broadway, New York
In blue, gray and
brown, also derbies.
Special tomorrow at
-ALL CARS TRANSFFR TO
Lexington lo 3d Ave., 59th to 60th St.
These are of the well
quality. Medium and
heavy weights: in nat
ural frny wool.
3,000 Men's and Youths' $16, $20
and $25 Overcoats and Suits
al $;M .88 and $g.88
We have been preparing for this sale for a long time. Tomorrow wc
will be ready with all the new models in Winter Overcoats and Suits. The
fashionable chinchillas, the heavy belted back ulsters, the English cut suits nnd,
in fact, all the models that men and youths want arc here at remarkable savings.
This Wonderful Sale Includes:
For the Coupon in Next
Sunday's World I
In Suits at $11.88:
Blue serges, plain & fancy.
Fancy Worsted, neat
Cheviots, in fine patterns.
Black thibet St, diagonals.
All the new English cutA
as well as conservative'
models, are included.
In Overcoats at $11.88:
Black and gray kerseys,
fancy cheviot overcoats,
with convertible collars.
Belted back overcoats.
Medium length coats,
with self or velvet collars.
Blue chinchillas, in
In Suits at $16.88:
Blue serges, plain & fancy-
Brown cheviot suits,
Plain gray suits.
Silk mixed worsted suits.
Two and three button!
All hand tailored.
c. in both Suits and
14 to 22 years for youths;
33 to 50 chest for men ; in
regulars, stouts and longs.
$29 & $25
In Overcoats a! $16.88:
Blue, gray and brown
Blanket clot h, plaid backs.
Black and Oxford coats.
Fancy cheviot coats.
Shawl collar coats.
with convertible collar.
Medium length coats,
coats, with patch pockets.
601 Prs. Mens
$5 and $6
Sizes 30 to 54 inches. Made
of worsted and cheviot ma
teria!, in neat stripe and
plain black or blue.
Men's Silk Lined
Other up to $32.50
Men s Silk Lined
Full Dress Suite
Others up to $35
Also plush-lined coats.
Muskrat or Persian lamb
collar. Couts 52 inches long.
An exceptional value.
A Ssle of
Prudence may sugRfM comparison
and we will gladly welcome it.
Mc-MBlin, Tafletn mid Silk Jersey
Petticoats, all new, bright, rrisy
stock. A Inrge naaortment if itriprs
and colors, solid black and hm
merina. changeable coloring.
Straight and Dare models In all
lengths. Will sugReat Holiday Rifts
to niarvy. espeeiiilly ai ff') QIJ
the price . 190.170
Kloaflt Petticoats the kind that
izive a perfect lit to every well
formed woman, lUtn an.! stout alike.
Mesaaline, silk Jcrsrv nnd taffeta
modela. in all IcnMhn and artist
measures; colors and
black; special at
III HIMII M.IM I t '
Winsome nnd becoming are the new
Paris fancies, called ' Couleur le
Chrir," a pinky shade with black
chenille dots; also the new tUealtlt
magpie veilings, in
pretty shadoxr desif.nv (PI ffk
at, per yard i)l.vU
All Color, In All-Silk Waterproof
Mallnea, much used lor evening
wea.- and hair bandeaux. r B
We carry a complete line ol Mourning
Wil, tjlso ihe new black lai'.y
mesh's with Enf.liil crape bordcrr,
for semi mourning.
ni.iitM Inml ls' M11 'n K1..UI
Another Great Cut Flower Festival
IQ0.0C0 Rosea nnd ('imiutlona, in
all the le idirg colois iuul varieties,
SUCfa Mra. Ward, Mrs. Tatt and
Melody ; regularly 50c ,
and 75c per dozen; each JCandtlC
iOO.000 Chryauntlirmunis, a won
derful vrriety of. colors; C
up from, rath JC
Artistic floral DealSna our ape-
cia'.ty, at 11.00 and upward.
All Other Freeh Cut Flowers in
season, such as American Beauties,
Orchids, Oanieniae, Lily of the Val
ley, Violets, etc., at one half lesa than
exclusive I lorists.
rillMrrDT In "ur Greenhouses
VVllvEIl I"- on the roof.
From ') to 3.30 and 4.00 to 9.30 P. M.
A specially interesting program of classical
arf! jK.pular music hot lieeu urranged.
CPITI A I In our Oreenhouscs
arEAIAIi on the roof.
Ophiopojlon Plant, that regularly sell for
39c each, will be given to any customer mak
ing a purchase in any part of the store. To
secure one, present the voucher or sales
ticket , which is giver, with every pur
chase, and the nominal sum of
In Our Beautiful Greenhouses on the Root
To make room for our enormous incoming stock of holiday plants we will sell our present
great stock fit practicully next-to-nothing ptices.
DracaetMts gtowing In 7. 8 and 10-
inrh pottS PandanUa, extra large;
Scott i and Float on Kerns, bearing
Irnin hu to 60 leaves; Keutia and
F.m-kii Palms, fine bushy speri
meMi Philadelphia Lace Ferns and
others longing in value ROM ,.r.
$1.UH to S3 'IH each, at OriC
ion, coo Table Ferns. for fern dnh
filling; letuiarly iold for 6c
lo 10c each, u cC
Nit irot'tthsn 12 to a cuttotnei
Japaneav ;ardna, the values
range up to $10,
Jutt received another importation
of boxwood, suitable for wtnCOw
boxes and porches, at one half less
EStra I iiriJe Asvjr;rtiis I'l.inls,
growing in 6 and 7 ISV h DOtSI
rrularlv sold for 29r each ; at LOc
Spec lnl In Fall Planting Bulhei all
the leading colors tnd varieties of
hyacinths; regularly sold for AOc
and 75c per doten; tulips, crocuses
and single and double daffodili,
regularly sold for 19c and 39c
per doten; at II. Of per bun- 1
dred, or, each lC
Scoltl and Boston Krrnt, ready
filled lern dishes, Japanese fern
hall: ll all these regularly sold ,.
fot r0cand 75c each; at .
III mi Ml m li I I '
Men's Custom-Finish Shirts, $1.00
Possessing every rharactiristic
of the regular $1.50 quality.
Men's plaited or plain negligee shirts, in nn nssort merit of
very desirable patterns. Attached CUfft, In the generous allot
ment of materials and uncommonly good workmanship is the
Hall-Mark of "custom finish."
saaaaaaani nOMINdll 11.1 I'
New Roll Collar Sweaters, $4.97
Of interest to nun who
motor, drive or piny golf
In fa'"t, for any OUtOOSf car whtrt slghtlint I
service. Give 'vtrmth without bulk In coiiscqu-1. 0
Ktt two poekttt, Site . .'.4 t. !!. Qray ti J maroon.
III IMlMIM.IIl ! -" 1 S
liemuiiu'il h well a
r Aim qualH wprs,,-ii
Wm Hi (A. so on ui'r it
aturday's Fresh Meal Specials:
Youtm Tom Turkeys,
frts'i and juicy, !b.. 21c
special, lb 20c"
Fresh Fowls, big value, lb lfc
I. egt of Spring Lamb, lb 16J
Legs of Canada i.;un', lb
F ast Bre.', ctw A tend tr, lb
Sug ir Cured Hmt,
Lunib, lb. . .
Girls' and Juniors' Winter Coats
The iilo.i i ore most fashionable and the
1 1 ii i are most Interesting, There is t sBSnplte
viii sty Of styles for junio; s and girls.
Girls' Pretty Winter Coals, at $2.98
A pries that bartly covets cost of materials.
MHile in v arm mnteriali, in the very luttnt of
this winter's tylc'. Niivy blue, gray und other
colors Sicsotol4 years.
Strh' Beantitul Coats, al Sf.OH
Mud'- 111 earaeul cloth, with quilted linings;
i hi i.cli i I la, u'Ui. as, cheviots, mixtures, eti
Very retching full length stylet. With double
bn si ted and belt d effects. Buttoning close to
n-cV. Matt 6 to 14 y tatt,
i iris' and Juniors' Spleudid loat, 7.N
Greatly reduced In prlcSi Made in tscep
tlonal nsattrlalt) chlnehUlati cheviots, mist urn
In .Ister aim plain topcoat elleit. Also trim
id styles A'.i colors, Qirls1 iis o to m
tiiiK. .Junior t.iets I.I (o I 7 years.
Juniors' Smart Coats a! ?9.98
A special! v select td gfOUpof COStS made in '. Ut
(imst of this SaatOn't mateiiuls. in the very
eltverte! ol style. Sixes 13 to 17 years
I hi. Cl hi, t.l.
-A1I tars IraBsltr ( Blauiningdaleii' Ux. 3d Ave., Sttb lo O.lb St
wmn txia O'clock,