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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,
O Save Your Surety Stamps $2.50 in Goods Free for a filled
Book (Groceries Excepted) O)
FROM POCKETS OF
Women's $1.19 Thread Silk Stock
T In Ncw York's A Shopping Center P
0 Neill-Adams Co.
6th Ave., 20th to 22d St., New York City
Miee' r'hilfnn TianrinO Frnrlte.
A AAJ W" w. ,r g I M M S, VF SVB M. UHVIIIfc) Jm. a w aav
f tpiiino hirlfc crefrijil .it $1 1 7S V
ings, black, white, tan, pair 79c
x. w vtiaaiat t 11 m -' a - yr "
TO RAISE $1,000,000
FOR CATHEDRAL NAVE.
League of St. John the Divine
Gives Pledge to Furnish It
fh Four Years.
Dean Oroevenor of the Cathedral of
It. John the Hlvlne declared at a meet
!( of prominent workers of the Kplseo
pal Church yesterday afternoon In tha
Colony Club that the nave of that
atructure would have to ba built wlthla
a reasonable time If the church waa to
do Ita duty to tha congregation filling
tha Cathedral every Sunday.
Bishop Clroar, following him, said tha
Cathedral, mors than any other atruc
turo of its kind, would lend Itself to
"tha now problem that confronts us
tha problem of a union, a working
walon. batween tha farces that itovsrn
the country and thoas that mould the
Tha Catbsdral League, under whoae
auspices the meeting waa held, pledged
Itself to raise 11.000.000 In four yeara to
build the nave. Several well known
persona signed contribution tarda, but
It was announced the names of dnnora
to ths fund would not be made public,
until ths first 1)60,000 waa raised. Haley
Flake waa naned treasurer of the fund.
l PANAMA MODEL
The only way to find out
whether REQALS are the shoes
for YOUR feet is to try a pair.
You may not know enough about
leather to judge Regal leather, or about
ahoetnaldng to judgs Regal workman
ship. And yet a shoe that has won
over a million steady wearers in a few
years la worth some of your attention.
Coos In and try on this
It is ths latest typs of the
so much fsvor-
sd by many
thermore, it is
value. King Calf
Is a leather un
Detective Says I Ic Saw Them
on Charles F. Prehti, but
Coroner Found None.
An effort wilt be male by Coroner
Hott She nr.r to-day to Had out a hut be-
ogame of amoral letters, written Ml lr
maei. which Dots. iir Thomson of thn
Wast one Mug r ami Twenty-fifth
Station says weie 'n n poeket of
ooat worn by Charles r. I'rehn,
SBtr years old, a retired hrwker.
stra,na-ln1 himself In his apartment
aa Ma. IM Claremont sWfBMM yeatenlay.
Wheat Dr. KUenr Hay. (Vwrrnea-'e phy
ajelan, exsmlnod the body ths letter!
ware not there, according to the d-otor
Detective Thomson said the lettera ap
peared to have been wnttem Just before
Mr. Prehn kllred hlmaolf ruvt Coroner
Hoitshaueer thlr4rs It prohabla they ex
plained the suicide.
Mr. Prehn. who lived with his wife
end hie daughter, Edith, haJ been In III
health for the past few Uae. He vis
tied the financial dleirlr-t yeteday to
oall on hla brother, Ueorga lrehn. a
notion broker with offlcee In tha Col
tee Exchange, and on arriving home
waa much depressed. Mra. Trehn aid
Mies Edith went shopping In ths after
noon, snd on returning home at (
o'clock found Mr. Prehn dead.
To end hla life he hail lied the cord of
Ml bsthrohs to the foot of the bed and
forming a noose In the loose end he
place. l it about his neck. Then he threw
his weight on the noose and atrangled.
Oeorge Prehn said to-day:
Hy brother retired from soUvs busi
ness a yesr ago and alnca haa lived
quietly with hla wife and daughter, en
joying Ufs as s man or his age ahnuld.
About a week ago he waa taken with
eome alight ladlapoeltlon and heoauss ha
waa not well after a day or two of
treatment he became despondent. There
waa absolutely no reason for hla ending
his Ufa lis wss very happy In hla
home Ufa and hie association with
Great Values to Fill Thanksgiving Needs
A Thousand New
Been Added to This
Sale of Women's New
Coats, Suits and Dresses
At $17.50 ach
$25.00 to $35.00 Are the Usual Prices of
Such Handsome Styles.
By making nmhitiotis plans for a iro
nendottS business, making them Well in
&dv&nCQ of tin busy SOMODi making them
carefully and villi ths largest and host
manufacturers O'Neill's is able to make
this unprecedented offer. To put it into a
few words it is
Selling the Newest and
Smartest Apparel at
and Evcn Less
Women's Dressy Neckwear
Those exquisitely fashioned little things that dress up the
plainest waist or dress in a moment.
Perhaps nit unexpected culler arrives sometimes; you have on
a plain dross just put on one of these neckpieoe-s and there
you are, ready to receive.
of real Cluny
Jabotg of Net, Shadow Laces, Km
hroirlrred Rabat. Cascades, etc.; some
finished with velvet bow; w di
25c to $1.DU
Stocks with Jabots Attached.
Satis Dutch Collars with Jalintn at-
Inched in nn endless variety
of M flat) JOc to
I.ai-e. high and low rollari;
value $t.&0 each ;
riaitirtfs of Shadow Lares,
Plain Net. black and white rf
. ffe t; yard, lie and DUC
Three of the Many Bargains
in Waists of O'Neill's Now!
.pcria I that is
O'Neill Main Stare I Ir-t Hwr
More than that you can arrange con
venient payments if you desire.
Women's and Small Women's
Coats You will find in this unusual
collection costs auilable fur nil OS
csaiona. Pluidi. caracul, chinchilla,
astracluin. broadcloth, cheviots,
boticlr, tibelinra, plaid back chinchilla
and iniitures. In all shedesand nizci.
From 91 lu tl bu '. . t w Bl fa
measure; special $1 1 DU
Here's a word or two about some of the
new arrivals, many of them are eopies and
New York adaptations of exclusive foreign
and Fifth Avenue models.
Women's and Small Women's
Dresses We offer many styles snd
material! for cholrr. Plain and
fancy trimmed modi-U. In velvet,
corduroy, charmeuae, cloth and chif
fon. All the neweat
colon and siies; apecial $J 1.50
Women's and Small Women's
Suits In the latrit and most de-
sJrsbla models velvet, corduroy,
broadcloth, two-toned disgonsl
wesvea, nianniah crcs. worsteds.
All the ud to data color, snd siies
from H4 to bust
O'Neill. Main Htora. ThlrS WeeT,
Katra Speclsl Silk snd Cloth Dreaies. Sevsrsl
modrU to choonr from, in sll up to ilulr coloring snd
materinU, such aa charmeur, crepe meteor, aattni.
cliiffoii broadcloth, aergm, velvets anil
corduroys; valuea IK2..10: aprrisl
Estra Special Coats fox Women and Small
Women. Several model to 1 hooae from, in all tlie opto
ilstr materiala. such as chinchilla, Kngliah tweeds, two
toneddiagonal, plaid back miiturea; in all
colors anl SMSSl value $20.00; special at $1 Ji.LO
Timely Thanksgking Suggestions
2,000 Pieces Silverware at 10c
Included arc silver plated knives, forks iwid spoons, drsscrt
and table spoons, dinner forks and plain handled knives; SJ s-
special at XvC
Silver Plated Teaspoons, special
O'N'rlll Main Store Ftrat Fleer.
If You Give Card Parties
These suggestions from O'Neill's Stationery Department will
Ite welcome, especially with the lower than usual prices quoted.
This Department h Full of Holiday Gift Ideas
$2 Writing Cases
gaiety inkstand, inclosed
stamp box, calendar,
etc., vnlue $.
$1.00 Playing Card
Leather Playing Card
Cases (assorted shinies
and leather), filled with
hifhly enamelled play
ing curds, gold edges.
13.90 Poker Chip
Mahogany finish, in
cluding 200 chips, one
pack of playing cards
O'Neill Main Storr First Floor.
When our customers desire to replenish their
whether they see un ad. or not they know I ha I 0
sure to pleae awaits them at O'Neill's.
$4.95 Black 42
Mourning Waists, p2
very auitnMc. smelly tailored waM
(ration. Mini, with FOWl of dainty tucliip
silk buttons. It is u quiet, reserved mod
neck, long slccvo, bttttoninf in back.
$1.50 Pretty QQr
Very tsstefully trimmed with choice
laces. A very prei.1.l value for the
price. Mal' will; ln,'li lie k ntnl long
Flannel Waist, Special
$1, $2 and $2.95
A pretty and couu'ortnble flannel
waist, effectively enhanced with either
a Kobespierrc or tailored collar. In
plain Skirt model". Ml afe washable,
O'Neill Main Stere. Thlnl Moor
You COH make many very beautiful gifts out ol
Silk violet , n sea, hair bandeaux, trimmincs f.r the dressing
tuhle, etc., anil yt.ti ktlOlt how prettv thev arc!
A special exhibit of made-up pieces
uiiil give you practical suggestions
And to help you .still more here are some vcrv special prices:
wtMsn ivipoons. ya..ic striped Ribbons, yd., 29c
o-.uc. orr,ur nooou. gr nn.l h ,(.triprH ril)bon in white.
dsrk rnmliltiallnn '
likr lltll R
B ami black .JVx Ul
el with high !'.
39c JaiQuard Ribbons.yd.29c
S-inch Jscquard ribbon in white,
pink and blue.
50c Jacquard Ribbons. yd. 39c
O'j-inrh Jacquard ribbon to match
pink and blue, good assortment of
Narrow Satin Ribbons
Per piece of ten yards; No 5, Sic;
No. 7. lie; No. !), gOc,
Special Exhibit and Demonstration of
"Royal Rochester" Electrical Appliances
Chafing Dishes, Tea and Coffee Sets, Table
Grills, Etc., Etc., Electrically Heated.
Kvery hostess will be interested in these handsome
spplianrex, especially as they arc ao simple to handle;
au ordinary electrical light Sttgchwaat takes the
place of alcohol, matches and trouble. The heat is
effective and steady no danger of the lamp going
out at the crilicsl moment.
They Soon Save Their Cost in the
Current They Save
An expert Demonstrator is here to show you
how many things the Royal Rochester appliances
Will do lor you. Ko,. Ho.he.ter
O'Neill llDOiefurnlshlngs More laaaemeat Rlertrleal Kaa Holler.
Trench China Dinner Sets
Blfb-toa, high-arth, J, 11 0 '
y- aj - rr ass aaaavw wi
JS- '' Jl V 1 The second series of "Sab
fM STtl ' STB 1 CAM lllliK Vtll
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mt' ' JtBtl II 5 Those Items receiving the la
MSShK) JmWMr II fu( ',I"'CJ i.nuain ericcs.
tV2? JTMr II I l li.lv on. tmllol ill be allowed lo
y M IS rs secoml autl thild oaoicg of goods
f S jr " C 1. sssaa-iL 0
w fii ySXLb raj
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liestwa at ST'li-1 1 l!Mi at 1 I 2 'i gsMf' ' Wl H. (T
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A limited qtiiintity of these
licawtiful French ehina 100-pieee
Dinner Sets. Hum I some decora
lions, with cold finish.
$16.98 Austrian China Dinner Sets
100 pieces in this Austrian China Diunerware. Touched with a r CiQ
fret t y border decorations. Special holiday price $J..4W.V0
o'Slll llauMfaniialilna Htore llaaetnent
O'Neill' Big New Department
(Main Store. Fifth
Floor), lc voted to I rhf-ZC
Dolls and "J 3
You will not hesitate to T,a' UV ,hcte
Famous "Rayo" Lamps at $1.29
ou must not ctinfn.sc these oil lamps with
the ordinary kind. These arc solid brass and
hum brilliantly. We also have Mine i' nickel
finish, all complete like cut. Bag 1 1CI
ularly 1.7. sjtecial at l.as7
Candle Lamps, for the Thailksgivillg table.
Sttlid DMM stand fitted completely with silk oi
lmen shade. Also headed shades with qq
cuirasses. Regular price $1.70, sjecial at. 0C
Gas Table Lamps (, as tahle lamps, port
able, with a brass stand. Complete with 6
fttot green tubing, goose neck, shade, mantle
and burner. lU-imlar nrice 04.75.
O'Neill Main tore
Special Quick Sales Service To-morrow at
Men's New Overcoats
and Suits in the Newest Models
O'Neill llomefurnlehlnge Store Baaemeat
A Collection of Brilliant Pieces of
Cut Class at $2.98
$3.98 to $4.98 are the usual prices.
Just unpacked, new designs, glittering and
beautiful. Cut on heavy crystal blanks with
, i ii 1:1 ,u.,4 AI1U ,,t ,,,,ni;,r
a clear oeii-nav "is t swisa "v uuni.;.
Celery Trays, 8 and 9 inch Salad Bowls,
Bon-Bon Baskets. Footed Comports, etc. eo.uo 10 Q
$4.98 regularly. To-morrow A. JO
r.eaa r.lsiaa Relish Dishes. 4 compartments, nana- 9
.; Vnlue ..10. stiecial
- o'Netll Hon.efarnUhlnsa Store- Be!
Waif in? for Some Particular Sale Vote for It in
"SALXS BY RsLQUXST"
Salt- Plnn by which tnir customers themselves decide
icrchantlise they would like to buy nt Special Sale l'rice9.
I by Request" will be held on Wednesday. December Fourth.
E AT ONCE FOR THE SALE YOU MOST DESIRE
rgest number of votes will be placed on sale Wednesday. December Fourth.
There is room on each ballot for you
MENTION PRICES, PLEASE.
rai li prrsoii - plruhr rrmeuibrr this.
iu tshit li you urr asBBolglly iulrirsta.d
Hi. 'I. it lil. nk. will appear In the Evening World ami Journal every
evrniiiK until NovaOlbgr 4flh iurlusive.
Tall your friaadl about it and ask them to vote.
till out this ballot and Mail it to the Sales by Request Man-
yer. O'Neill-Adums Co.. New York City.
MKNSKR: O'NKII.I. AUAMS CO.:
i am eapeelallv uniloiia to liavn yon announre a sport al sale ot goods
mi'iitloiu'd on this bulloi bolow my usuie snd addrusa.
Sl l UNI) CIIOICK
mill nto Mliai i ii i- will Intvrost you In t'arh I'aao.
A Cheerful Guest at the
$5 Canary and Brass
Cage Outfit, $2.98
Ready to Put
On and Wear
$18.00 to $25.00
You will gludly welcome this
little guest, who will add a cheer
ing note at the Thanksgiving
Dinner. I here are
outfits for this sale.
1 Harts Moun
tain Canary, each
one a sweet singer.
1 Solid Brass
1 Paekage Bstl
1 I'arkagr (iravel
O'Neill lloaaefnnalahlag Store Beeeaseat
1 Hi r. I Bath.
1 Cuttle Hone.
I Cage llrnrket.
1 Hriisi Spring.
I ('utile Hon
AU lor $2.9B.
$18.00 to $25.00 Fancy Suits
New English Cut Double-Breasted Suit,
Slender Soft Roll Sack Suit, the Winter Norfolk
Suit, all the regulation Sack Styles, Afternoon
Frock Coats and Vests. All colors 1 "1 tLf
and materiuls liil.DU
$18.00 to $25.00 Fancy Overcoats
Novelty Mixture Coals. Ucltcrd-Back Coats,
Slightly Shaped Top Coats, Regulation ()er
coats. Storm Overcoats, Block OvercoaU of all
correct 1 vies. All ncw materials ami
Tuxedo and livening
Silk f goad I the correct new
ronvrntional cut; value
9t5; Special at O'Neill's
O'Netll'a more for Dad aad tha Isora. Poor Eatranrea lilrertljr from Klxtti Avenue.
Boys' Winter Clothes
Two Pants Suits
Chinchilla Reefers and Pol
Overcoats, in Russian, Jack Tar
and I'olo styles, in the newest
shades of blue, gray and brown,
made with flannel lining. Sixes
S to 10 years.
Boys' $8.50 Convcitible Collar School Overcoats, 15.98
In the newest effects in Fsncy Grsy and Tsn Cheviot and Csksiiuerr Overcosts
cut loose, full length, have belted hack and convertible collar, single and
double breasted styles; sizes 10 to 17 years, st
Boys' Two-Pants Suits
In all-wool fuuey cheviots and castj.
meres in brown and gray shadrs. Suits
are in plain, duuble-breasted and Norfolk
tyles. Hi.tli trousers are full lined.
Sires up to 17 years. Values A CQ
to 7.80. at 5T.i70
CN'eM'a see tee Dad aad the Bore.
M " irr aoi ioi io
OOO O'Neill-Adam Co.
Sixth Avenue, 20 th to 22d
Street, New York