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THE EVENING WOELD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1918.
Adresses in Lingerie Also Hud
v die in Cold Square as
t Mwin to sea nl toffy. aba sal
do ass Hardy's wlfa.
WiiMi Mri. 1 1 n dv refueerl the worn in
sntroncs she went to the Hrvrntti stret-;
ItttlM, Ud upon nor representation;!
tkS iSSftSlseM eant s.r.t n aoilcsman
around to the Hardy noma with th"
woman, r-hr sbw the body And ugr,n
declared Usgt t'le uVa.1 miin was hsf
husb.imV Sh would tell nnth'n ei.
ref n!t k hr mime and (ul'kn even to i
Teterdny. ahrn tlio f inernl snrvlcs
were held In thn Hardy hou' Ids '
woman In bin. k, onre more? under th.
es.'ort of A potlcvmftffi aPi"r(vl nnl il.--mnndrd
"dinlitnnce. Sho t through
the fum-rsl MrVlCN, wiepintt ami m,-
notired by th nrernbers of the Hardy
family. l.at- sh told the .poll.-eman
that h a RotnK to dnlm Hard. '
Hardy wan a pour man and was em- j
ployed as a laborer by a Jnraey City
fe ww dlaortrered In the bulldln
Seventh aeenu and Broadway
Into longacre Square. ITpataJra
aaln reitatirartt, where ohop
wle $ the piece de resistance, and
Seas us lairs It Dow's lunchroom, where
eailok ee-trlca la the essance of eating.
0 tae ground floor are a United Claar
bare, a millinery establishment, a rub.
5 yf'tiaiiy and a cleavnlrur and dyelnsj
asasMtahment. Aoross tho street la tae
0Sinla burlesque theatre, and shore
e4 around thl are aiparunenta for
theatrlcaJ folk it waa near the hour
for morning reheanaal in the uurlesqu
W1U this nice letting Tor a epeotaclo,
ths Are crept between the celling of
Pow'a and tho floor of the Pekln and
broke through the rest of the building.
It waa bard to flght, for the s'.des of
the Pekln were boarded up with sdv.r
uslng eigne. "Phn hose was ruahod
tbrough Dow's and In trying to broak
tlirough the. celling the firemen atepped
Into five crates of egss at six centa
aarh. The manager went up In the air,
but the Bremen continued their attempt
tu do likewise.
Hniok poured In volumes Into Sev
enth avenue and ISroadway. It atopped
all trafflc and attracted a largo orowl.
It woke up the lovers of the dolce far
Mssite hi the lodging house across the
way; It aent the rehearing tmrlcwjucvj
out Into th" cold In lingerie.
The greatest Junaxo was by ii:.k ,
and -water. The water hit the millinery I
astabUaiunmt o Mrs. Thornton, an! '
flue feaSheia wore dropping and line
millinery w.is drlppurK. The wator hit '
flie dyeworks and knocked over the red
taint. A river of "blood" welled out j
Into and ran d-wu Seventh avenue.
The Hlwwgiris saw the "M )od" and
Boroamed. It was a good 'ad" for
hem, hut fiey shivered on the square.
The water did no harm to the rubber
works, Wit MM igara In the other store '
dM not prove to invulnerable.
To get Into tlie chop suey In tne Pekln.
the firemen iad to cut through the nig
algna Theio aas a hot t ine in the ',
Pakln. A barber shop on the Seventh
venue side waa quickly emptied of It
customers end nobody had to holler
"Next." Tba damage was ,13,000.
Trafllc was tied up for twenty minutes.
Actors- belongings wars emptied from
vlndowa. some of them going up Into the
ear Instead of the street. The ahow girls
taught at rehearsal, undreaaed for their
parte, made a quick aeramblo back to
! tba stage and In an hour Longacre
Bluer e waa Itself again.
DEMANDS WWW'S RIGHTS.
la Black Appear, sjad
Claim. Drag Mian 'a Estate.
William E. Hardy died of pneumonia
est feia home. No. 196 Fourth street. Jer
aey City, on Friday, and the following
day a young woman dressed In black
appeared at the door and demanded to
Poorly co ok cd oat
meal never made
Many people who eat oatmeal
with the idea that it is doing
them good are deceiving them
selves, because they are eating
it only partly cooked.
The principal element In oat
meal is Starch, a great producer
of bodily heat. T ne starch cells
in the oats must be cooked at
least two and a half hours before
their walls are broken down so
that the digestive juices can
assimilate the starch.
H-O is the only oatmeal ready
for assimilation after 20 minutes'
cooking in your kitchtyi.
Reason: We cook it more)
than 2 hours at the mills.
A Thanksgiving Suggestion
"THE TURKEY TROT"
or perhaps you would prefer "The Melody Man" or
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee," or selections from
"The Merry Countess," or possibly "Rubinstein's
Melody in F" or "Mendelssohn's Spring Song," or
any equally famous compositions. You can play
them all, without any previous knowledge of music,
if you own a
e ory steam-cool'-
Have an H-O breakfast tomorrow.
Th H-O Company. Buffdlo.N.Y.
Milkers of H O, Torce.inf Presto
" Oculists' Opticians
Heif a Century in Bumuui
If You Act in Time
act promptly on the
first signs of eye trouble.
Aching, tired eyes warn
you of the need for
Eyes Examined Without Charge
by Regietered Physicians.
Perfect Fitting Glnstr. AO to $12
With Far and Near Lenses, 1.50 to 918.
217 Broadway. Attor House.
m Sixth Ave.. 15th St. 350 Sixth Ave., 22dSt.
lOl Nassau. Ann St. 17 West 42d New York.
496 Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St.. Brooklyn.
World Wants Work Wonders,
There's No Longer
Any Excuse for Wax
Tn rh rtflst npnnlp hnvi nscil it rn thfir II
floors because they liked the beautiful
wax finish. For this reason they have
put up with the inconveniences of
heavy brushes, streaked, spotted floors,
constant renewing and the ever present
fear of falling on account of the dan
-yf 'V WITH A RAG
does away with all this. STAN
VAR is a new liquid prepara
tion that gives to floors and all
wood surfaces a beautiful wax
like finish. When applied with
a rag it has the appearance of
wax the difference is found
in the ease with which it's tip
plied, in the splendid service
it gives and in its absolute non
slipperiness. There is no fear
of falling on floors finished with
ST AN VAR.
STANVAR is on tale at the lead
ing hardware, paint and household
supply stores where you can secure
free sample can sufficient to
refinish a floor bord
I .tan P
1 jn II
B j , fntT rpojt wax H II
YAKN rSH WORKS I I Eyi;J II I
Mt, Port Richmonil Staten Island. N.l . B . ,-jpf" r't-'; '3
including Music Cabinet, Player Bench, Cover
and 12 Rolls of Music, on liberal terms of
$10 Down and $2 Per Week
NO INTEREST-NO INSURANCE-NO EXTRAS
OF ANY KIND
OTHER WALTERS PLAYERS AT $450. $500. $550 AND $600
You are going to spend Thanksgiving at home
with your family and friends. Perhaps you have
thought many times of buying a Player Piano, but
could not just make up your mind to purchase one.
Why not decide right now, when $10 is all you are
required to pay in order to bring a Walters Player
Piano to your home for Thanksgiving?
You will derive the greatest amount of wholesome
pleasure and satisfaction from a Player Piano. In fact,
you will experience an entirely new sensation, because
it is a piano that you can play whenever you are so
Including Stool, Cover and Free Delivery, on Liberal Terms of
$5.00 Down and $1.00 Per Week
NO INTEREST NO INSURANCE NO EXTRAS
Walters Pianos have won an enviable reputation
throughout the country as instruments of the highest musical
quality. Their rich, resonant tone and beautiful case design
make them on ideal instrument for refined homes. Th
best materials are used in the construction of these fine pianos;
only the most skilled workmen are employed in the Walters
Piano Factory. Walters Pianos are guaranteed for fifteen
years and built to last a lifetime.
SPECIAL THANKSGIVING OFFERINGS:
50 NEW SAMPLE 50 NEW 88-NOTE
Regular df AP
Value $275. at VLUd
Price includes Stool, Cover and
Free Delivery; on easy terms of
Va.ue $500, atvODU
Price includesJVtusic Cabinet .Cov
er, Bench and 12 Rolls of Music
$5 Down and $1 a Week $ 1 0 Down and $2 a Week
Hear Our "Artist Hand-Played
"The Trick is in the Roll"
These wonderful new rolls for all Standard 88-Note
Player Pianos are creating a sensation. They are duplicate
records of the Artist's playing, reproducing perfectly his own
conception and interpretation of the composition.
TvpYliinilO ytur old P8"0 for a btWttUSll new Walters
IjAlltUliyC Piano or Player Piano. We will take samr
in part payment, and allow you to pay
the difference at $1.00 or $2.00 per week.
Upon request a representative will call.
Write for latest illustrated catalog. Salesroom 3d floor.
-ALL CARS TRANSFER T(
& I Lexington to lid AveitU
juii to 60th Street
Send Moiey Ahrond
to relatives )d frfrnds
for f he Holidays
throur !i our
Wr issue Hrnfts. mon
money for all European
Drafts on Ireland
are n speciality here.
&Jk ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington to 3d Avcnnc
59th to 60th Street
H Ymt CniistBM
You will And every de
partment in the Bloom
infdale State complete
ly ready to serve you
now. You sill And early
shopping decidedly more
convenient and satisfac
A Sensation!! For 2 Hours Only
From 1 to 3 o'Clock, To-morrow, Tuesday, Afternoon, We Are Going to Sell
1,200 Women's and Misses9 $10 & $1175 $ m QQ
Chinchilla and Other Fashionable Coats at T:Oe
This is one of the most sensational sales to which
you have been invited. Think of buying the season's
most fashionable coat at about one-half the regular whole
sale cost. We bought 1,200 from a maker for cash, and
that's why you can buy them at such tremendously low
prices. Four of the many styles are illustrated.
There are others equally as pretty.
These coats were made to sell for $10 to $12.75
and our 2 -hour prices are unprecedented opportunities.
This Great Offer Includes.:
Ch inch Hlit cloth Coats, made
in different ulster and touring
styles, with belted back effects,
etc. ; in brown, nav and gray.
Tweed and mixture cloth
Coata, made up in dashing H
length Johnny style, with patch
pockets and novelty collar.
Vicuna cheviot Coata,
made up in conservative style,
in navy only.
m oomiumikai.k' ssssssssssaal sasassssl
Zlbellne and novelty mix
ture Coata, made up in the new
strapped and pleated back ef
fects. A beautiful full length
Other zlbellne, mixture
and tweed Coats, in elegant
for 2 hours only, from 1 to 3
o'clock, to-monow .Tuesday, af
ternoon, these $10.00 and $12.75
Coats at $4.89. tmmX iv.
Thanksgiving Groceries and Turkeys of Quality
v aaw -sh sssavsaaal sssVK' t- 1
Brnkrn Max fcronl 1
These extremely low prices good for Tuesday and Wednesday
MIsaSL No I .an I'Jr
MUSSa. No. '1 .in- ITn nnil IHr
MlrMi. No. U .in an.
I rVr. N.lvrr I nkt Trars -l.srss No.
Inpajsl Caillornla trails
l.einon l.'llna lrhi i I ."Vi-
Hurl I. II l-Msrs.
Hllrsil ( Ills I', rt.hr.
Onr I IV Imnorlnl Marnrnnl Kl
per Hi !
Caifrrs Basil notllo fh- iinil I lr
Our .'lltr. -.iluil Oil CottOnSssai ntm
I.. K' b.iuiu aoi-
HsJmou Host I'.ilumhls aiaari lursr
con aih-., a.'lr. .11 I 7
hsInumLursf. ram Ilr snil IHr
rsb Mist -Finest, per can aa.
I.ohstrr -rtnrst . prr run. . SINr ur.il '"m
Hhrlmp Bssl; por ran Hi'
Hardini l mi i . : i l In purr ollvs oil;
nlsrw aal B twl.'o thin BrlSSI ntrn
larsr en n II.
Holland MllkKr llnrrins Ur krK.M.',.
Klpprrnd llorrlna Exlra ftin-. in.nlluln
Mamanllln (llhr, nm, quart lar.nftr
oilvaa inn- I'". Qusan; boltl. , . ,10
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ill-Ill. It t'ANNKM oiioliH.
I ma llrana. -Hm.all . aaf ran. . . .
lur li. . Nr Viirla Hial ('urn
i ri in
Our Ills, loiualor. li. I ripe; Isra
Mill leaa -Very spnrl.il. aSnOrSISBI 1A-
pr can a It
Our IRr Main I'orsi Vrry flnrsl. ran I Ilr
Our Ni'. wiioi roniaiuas vrr
'loi-atj rilta I.irsr ..in
Onr I 'r. l ilt Ntrlnslrsa Datn - !
'rrv hrsl .luslltt : prr .'an IsiV
Our I a- Kir Ki ' . lOri o IPs. . 4Ar
tiro Rlr -Kscsllrnl ; !' , V. I S Ihs. . 211
lr. rtitl't's I'rlil Laundry H.uau l.srs
Hall Mol lira Itrst from Hwadan. 144
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Tahlr Hyriip l.u r" hotll Ilh.
l-aprr Shll Alinunila l.h . an, an I .lor
mi laah .SJaalj prr ran I Or
Our I Ilr. ! lllrloiis, lars No B
I aal Aiaraus hSsrwhrr.i e.j
it.-l MmiiI -)iairlfliH Kiae-w li. r .in
pt-r .in iaHM
i it-i Muiitf tpnMru HIM hare
jOc. , per can Uto
mj M riiODMO.
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t -pound ran
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llll'ORTMl I.KIIKI (JIKN
Our Mr. Orion as? India Taasv-Th.
flnaat quality; full 1 -lb. canl.Ur 4Ar
Our MSr. la arta" CasTIW Bseasd
Insly rlrh and dvllrluua: ass Ib.aOs
laid Malalaav V.ry rinsi l ib. pas . 13s
Hrril.d Hal.ln. V.ry Rial 1 Hx jg, s sB
l lrann Currant.- V.ry fin., 1.4b.
Ill ion Bast, par lb
lis Kalra lars.. prr lb. .
i!ui,-T--f "J.. BJtn ''' Bar uvij
I I : iM " par id. ,
rival Prrnrh. Ilsat; par lb.
-tllaaa Null rin.n, p.r lb..
Illrbarr Mls Bast: par lb. .
t'tiratnuta- Kr.ah; prr lb. . . .
Ouliiul. Bust, p.r lb
Mini Mral -U..t. slaas Jars,
Mlnre M rat Can. SOal anal. .
Jama - rin.sl; .Isswesra like.
brry, Raspbarry, all olh.ra;
lars slaaa Jara
aslUSS - 1'uru fruit. Currani. all
uthars; slaaa lars. Br. ami . . . ,
Our Mi, Hk-r Vrv flnr; par
iud f saaiajl'sa Vn aoupa. slews jlr
prr ran ' iil
Hm Jam Vary tlaSI par ran jJJ.
at.', a? ft
Hi Turkeys gft
II 33,000 pounds H
M es final Tiv keys
B for Thanks- I 1
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only is seen to a custumi
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can . . . .
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V Plaasay Par nan'
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fjwa-r-ur., l-lh. purkas. . .
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baoalla a Boa Ami--far eak.. .
Wualaa raav-wnh hanSI. . . .
kourlns Haap. "Hriinr Brlaht
a.., raira lar.t. raH
'will i Iforaa
Thanksgiving Wines, Liquors and Brews, Too
i .1 im i
Pr Naphtha laun.lr.
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vvnis assise, ma, en
Our a.-..'"' I nlrrrslly
Our I. .",11 Ilr hi, oil. .11
Our a I. ni. l'rolt
Htralslil Hi BW
Our a.t.'.ll liin.utriiiii
I'urr llvr :i.o
Our SII.IMt llnirl of
MarlUnd niilakn . a. Til
Our aa..!! hrllrr
Our SI.IHI Old c ..II-
Our ait.lHI (ullfoniia
Our an.. mi n I i in ii
Our BUIO (HI M..I-
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From Hsinmuadsport. N. Y. (l.n
ulns. produoail y Krrnrh or natural
pror.ss of f.rnwntatloii In Pulllr.
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Sale o! Domestic Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums
A Wonderful Chance for Thrifty Housewives:
We belike this will create the greatest selling known in
the carpet aim rug world in years. If you arc looking for ex
ceptional bargnins in high graded carpets, rugs and linoleums,
you are advised to attend this sale early to-morrow morning.
$10.00 Bromley All-Wool RBTSfStbls Smyrna
RUgai slss 69 ft. Only OOoftliesr (j"CQS
Bromlry kuus.iill j?rf.it; at OU. Jf)
Wc bouittit th entire aurnliu atork. nf ... .. ,.i aa.. . .
. -" ' " " aaaa niaysi ifuTOUS ISC
torles in the country at our own price, and we are oing to pbc th. m on sale
at the same ulg suvings we made. BrinR your room meusurtmrntn. None
of the rugs will be sent on approval, and none will be credited. The follow
mg will give you un idcu of the eionomirs this sale affords
$19.75 Tuneatry llruaatls Kufla, 11.3x13 ft.;
they are nil wool, in good patterns; flQ aJ fj
some slightly shopworn; at aPkf.l O
Atminster Hufta, 11.3x12 ft., regularly $29.75;
some mismatched, others slight- fljl ft nsi
ly shopworn; at y)J.D.iU
in widths from 4.6 to 8.3; !cr3ths
One Lot of Odd SfaSS Rufts, made up from Carpels; wide range of sizes to choose from
a - . a . ,- . . . r . I r , . a . . . r I a . .
irom t$.o to it leer, many oi tnesc are maae irom snon lengtns oi tne ocsr. carpets, m r nn mm Qm mm mg cg nc.
Some have borders. Values range from $8.00 to $25.00. Sale price to-morrow will be Jhu 5lO, 3)0 o5, 0,4 OUard S) 98
60 Aiminster Rut's, si'es 9x12
ft. mid 8 3x10.6 ft.; Ofisntal
effects only ; rasjll
larlv $2 2.4K und
200 Atminster Rugs, sites 36x70
inches, all perfect rugs, in Ori
entul effects; regularly
U.4K and $3.98; at
9x12 Royul Wilton Rufta in three
drsigns; nil Orirntal effects, value
$39 .75 snd $42.50, Qfl rj p
at $24. 95 and . OQOi 0
These are all perfect Rugs.
Rovnl Villon Rufts In Two
Slfs, Orirnt.il tffsjCtl only; sixe
36sft inches, rcgulnrly $6.75. at
$4.9.) ; size 27x54 inches, r tr
re,.ulnrly $4.25, at Ou.Uli
$10.00 to $15.00 Tapaatry iim ,s, i, Rugs,
all in Oriental tffecl ; lull line ol 16 C (
designs' at ol).!7t)
One Lot of (Jurpet Samples of I, 1 ' i and 1 1 j
yuius in lengtn; some WRJI liounu enas; yi II
values $1 to $1.50
$12. .tO Ainiinstt-r Rugs, size 6..9
feet; Oriental effrcts; perfect rugs; QC m&
at the attractive j-r ire of . tO.iO
Bromlov9xl2.Smyrna Kugii.all wool and reversible; Oriental i Pfl
effectsonly,tegularly$lJ.75 and$22.50.at $!2.75and. kjlT.OU
300 Rul her Mats, sixe 18x30 inches, for vestitules; all reifect; regu
larly $1.25; a heretofore unequalled value; at
Remarkable Offerings in Linoleums:
Cork Linoleum, cut from full roll;, oi per fed gds,
two yards wide. Regul.irly S$C to bSG per '
stiu.are yard, at 00 (
Inlaid Linoleum, two yards wide, tile and wood
floor effects. Regularly $1.25 per square "Til
yard, at JJc
Wild's 1 mOUS Inlaid I inolfuni, two yjnls wide, tut I'toni full rolls, parquet floor and tile design.
Rigul.irly 1.05 per squuie yard, at
Tape try Brussels Carpets
Regularly 75c prr yard, i J
special at xJf C
Mettled Axminsler Carpets
All wool a
Regularly .-,1 no, at L uC
-All Cars Trsmaler to BLOOMINGDALfS. Lex. to Id Ave. litl. to sotta SLsb