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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1912.
to Ward McAllister by wealthy hosts to be around on Slipper) ind IfJ ''
Mid ftOStesOeej, si -h H the AStOri and this winter, any how Idef "'ill
TO END THE!R LIVES BY
One (jricvcd lor Wife, Other
Pined W hen Young Girl
other nip'iihers of ilie Four Hundred,
i TIM value of till silver In SSI a) 12.001
by H. H. McAUIsp r. Th iv. nil n-
c'.ude plcci of pint niii at Hie "iwan
Dinner" in ISM, of las Hall Mid in lit,
t Ara.lemy of M id" In honor it the then
1 I'rinc. of Wales, of tiie first COtHllon
I IInner ever hold at Newport, where
W.ird BtcAlllStSf was the hotl flnl of
i various dinners at the old I iclmonlcu's
on 1'lfth avenue and Fourteenth street
and at Podsworth's, which precede!
Two Insane n In Wlltlam.liunK tried
to take thflr Uvea m Identl.-sl fashion
ai to-day, Dun fouR.it pol.ccmen
who sirovs lo real rutin them and rcar
h caused ths Isata of tho liluccoats.
William Tasksr, Rfty-thraa ye.irs old.
a knitter In a woollen mill, lived with
hs Ion rth ir at No. 127 flrovr street.
Ills' Wife liel nine mm: t h a BfO, niid
lha trial . i her mini weighed on the
WldOWtr mora and more he,i-::y. Ijut
islgiil wh.n ho began to show alma of
irrationality the son asked HsurR. I
"aim. n! mm. a neighbor, to coma to i
tin apurinn.nl ami BBBB4 the nlarki. Bwi
twrly thla morning, despite the unlKd
effort! of the two men. Tastier maile
a nwva lo throw hlmaai( from the thlrd-stni-y
'' ' Winger of the Hamburg
iv.-. .. itatloa heard tho orasp of glass
K t ie window saeh went out and run
"V '" bund In (he desperate
I" lb. Taek-r apartments. Tin
madman laapad upon BlUnger the in
Man: he apJM n.d. Baal him with hit
f.sts and nearly tore hla kJ.u from hltn
SAND BOXES ON CORNERS
FOR SLIPPERY STREETS
"Bis KiN" Asks Citizens to Aid
In Making Pavements
If Mr. Street f weeper doesn't happen
prlYsasad 10 open an, 0 r I h lr I
aand boxen whlelt are to e dlatrlbdlel
about 'the e.lty at.. I (el t. iy with lha
work of Miid aprltl'.illnir III He
need stand In no fear of arrest for vl -la
tin ir atie of the manv elty ordlni'-.
tor fitre.'t .'leonlng . 'o.oarsslOftOf "II 4
HIM" Riwunls has had all on ; rat and n..
wlrh the Police CWnRltMonn on Ulal
aetira ao. Mr. Cltlsaiti your work it cut
out and will not be Interfered with.
Sand hoes have been piuoed at con
vi : li nt point on smooth ItresrtBi par
ticular attention lielnn oliaerved In lo.
.sating; boxes 'at steep slreet mmb"
ICaeh box wi.ll contain a cubic yard of
aatid, aqulnpe.) with a shoveJ mark I
D. 8. 6.) . T.i with whb-h the upren
In may be done.
The i 'ommlssloner saya that th sen I
win be used liberally In order to prc
Vt nt p.jd.'Sirlnns n.nd hornet from slip
ping, thua causing Interference with
QZZZl Save Your Surety Stamps $2.50 in Good Free for a Filled Book (Groceries Excepted)
CLEANSE YOUR LIVER AND BOWELS
WITH DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIBS."
Y 1,1 Ncw Yo,ks U Shopping Centre
6th Ave., 20th to 22d St., New York City
Misses' and Girls' Coats
Remove! the sour bile, pases and clopped - up wastr
without pri)c or nausea. No heftdachfej indiprs
1 ion, constipation, hiliousnoss or coated tonpue.
Foul braatn, OOAted tongue, dull,
tlirohbinc heailache, stomach sour anil
full of Rases, indigestion, biliousness
and a sallow complexion mean that
Jour thirty feet of bowels are clogged
with waste matter; that these drain
age organs of the body are obstructed;
liver stagnant and stomach full of
poisonous gases, aour bi lo and un-
hgestoil, fermenting food not properly
w bia whl.-ilo fr an s 1st . n. ...
on. l imp enilin r bi.e. lerwlii.l ......... . i ..
H ' ", Moat of our ills are caused by con
T ; m:,n""M , to ' ' ' ' stipated bowels. We all need a laa
n i ii en in a n r.i t . . . - i it.
fiie, to the vi-iane ward of IV Kmejl".Ve 2,niBUmaBl BODOOjr M WW
Count) Hoipltal, thai. Ihc only qaattloo is, htch one
Atnllony tataatta. a lOVd-Mok youth, i 1 '"' best? and that isn't n question
nlnetaan yaara old, who lived at No. Ul l any more. Syrup of Kigs, being com
tlreenflolnt aranua, waa tha aecond Inaanai poaed entirely of luacioua figa, senna
patient Uia policeman to itrugflal and aromatic, must act in a harmless,
with. It a.-ema taat the fur on., whom ...,il. ....I I ...... ..I
iuiKe oe.i i. a. I aiven him the coal
ihotllder, and brooding hp t this turned
Ills mind. He tried to Jump out of a
e in l-story window In his home early
to-day and fie abouts of hla family
'.miitiht Policeman l:abelm of the'
OrWnpolM avenue autlon (o the acene i
.h In lha other Inatanca, the ainvle
policeman found the taak to,o great for
blui and !:' '.lew nil trhbttUi PoUeem in I
Murray anaWtrllUJ, They t'e-l the raving;
VOUth with sbe. ta until the arrival ut '
Or. Paaka of the Butarn Diatrict Hot
pita, Then, When they unloosed the!
"i-nds to Ket 'h patient into a strait
Jacket, he listed out at the ambnlan'-e 1
surgeon, wounding him about the head
wit a hla flats.
'I' hoy araej finally handr-uffel and ,
hiked to t:.- King County Hospital.
SOCIETY GIFtTiN LOOT
OF M'ALLISTER HOME.
and natural wav
can be constantly used williottt
injury. Its action is the action of
fruit of rating coarse food of taking
exercise. It is a true and effective
liver and bowel cleanser and regu
lator. Most folks dread physic they shrink
from the taste and after effects. Syrup
of Figs is delicious, and, besides, you
don't realize you have taken anything
until morning, when all the clogged
up waste of the system is gently but
thoroughly moved on and out of the
bowels without griping or weakness.
Ask your druggist for the full name,
"Syrup of Figs and Klixir of Senna."
This is tbe old reliable and only gen
uine. Hcfuse, with contempt, any
other Fig, Syrup recommended as good.
I'liey are imitations meant to deceive
vou. Head the label carefully and
look tin the name California Fig Syrup
An Event of Special Interest
What u lOUud then- i.t to tlio WOfdl " Paris stylos"
to I he oars of the intnrt young Imly of tl e debvtMitt
ni;o! Hut usually wl'nt rol.ilit ire prices go with
Paris stylos Hut tliat is tlio iutoro-.t iiig fonturo of
this snlo Paris s1los at remark.ililv low prioos at
TheM linnilsomo o .its arc matlo oxprossly for
O'NoilPs, the in at or i R I Mleeted for their iKVOfed pMOi
in tlio World "f fashion.
AND THE STYLES COPIED PROM HIGH
rivss PARIS, ENGLISH AND NEW YORK
Misses' Coats. Special, $15.75
Coats of smart Hondo ("loth. Diagonals nud Chev
iots in full length and Johnny Coats, trimmed, with
velvet; sires 14, 10 and 18.
Misses' $19.50 Johnny Coats at $16.50
Misses' Johnny Coats in plaid hack Chinchillas,
trimmed with volvot; sires 14, 10 and 1H.
Young Girls' $14.75 Johnny Coats at $9.75
Mixtures and Chinchillas, trimmed with velvet
and fancy buttons; M70s 13, 14 anil 17,
Juniors' $10.00 Coats at $8.75
In very attractive mixtures; collars anil onffs are
bound with braid; rises is, 15 ami 17.
Girls' Coats, Special at $6.95
Cirls' Coats in a vnriety of materials and several
models to choose from; sizes 8 to I t vonrs.
Take Z'M St. nevatara.
75c to $1.00 Jewelry Novelties
Cuff Links, Tie Clasps. Har Pins, Handy Pins, Scarf
Pins, fee. plain and fancy designs; nil hand- seal
someli made with gold top, value In $1.00; I 1-f
O'Neill Xal. Nlmre TMnl Haas
Presents Fi im "400" Taken in
Rpbbery of House nf Son of
Hornier Social Mentor.
Thrmign iroh bains made by d-
tectives In this city, It became known
1'aaiarday that 'out obtain . I by thieve;
who on Nov. entered the home of
Hey ward Hall McAllister, son of the
I.tc vrd McAllister, society leader.
conMsfrd of stivervrara souvenirs liven
Dp. Scott's Electric
W. will giro, absolutely FREE, a
handsome black comb of lmuorted riihher.
guaranteed unbreakable, regularly aslllne for RO osmta
to every one who purchase one of Dr. Boott's Electric Hair Brushes.
f thla hair Eriinh
conveyed to the aoalp
w-sr swsv m in.-ough pur. brlatl.s that
fill m T? TChnC cannot Injur, cither hall
llUll EJr UJEMC J or scalp, livena up the elr-
root- of the hair. The hat loaea lta MlatM and "bimea'Si laaaS? a'nc?
aeavy. Th brush prevnnta dandruff cause of fella balr. Neuralsrla and
hea.lac.il. are relieved by c.ntle hrusWklna with Dr. la-ott'S Eleotrlo Hal" Pro. "
newl Imi. make a Duvrl hi
... o.o.i.i i hrtstm.s aaiu
f erne IS our offlee le-daT m
send Sl.ini ami we will mail
Uru.lt and Cuinb Pnsrimld.
if a 3o-vl.y trial do.a':
convince you of ih. truth
of our etateinant. w.
will r.run.t your monty
Bund fur etir
booklet on Bruti
i 'orsefa. Belle ana
tar ; eelol' .
35t Block 8th Av.36&
Amerfra' CifiilMl unnnuous rosi
OPEN SA1LKUAY UIMM.S UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK
Newark, N. J., iw e. 49 and 5 1 Ma-ket Street
r--:', . 'ii em1 Piii m.ii tienr I 1
n At ( pi
Brass Bed V.U t
Heary continuous posts, (pSVmcmmc, l'i
fise hrs7 filler rods snd If FVeBssssjI I
panel effects in hesd and H I fl I M ' M
loctj l.cquersnd construe- II fljfl II I f.'
In a Special Holiday Sale
Those fashionable "woolly" yarn sweaters that are so popular
now anything thai smart people are arearing snd talking ainnit
is hound to be an ncccptalile tfift.
$6 98 "ANCONA
SWEATERS FOR $5.98
$8 98 "ANCONA"
SWEATERS FOR $6.98
SWEATERS FOR $9.98
Beautifully knitted from long,
woolly yarn 10 much in VOgUS) all
the v, anted colors.
$2.50 SWEATERS. $1.98
Women's fine Worsted Sweaters
various st vies and assorted colors.
WOMEN'S $2.00 UNION
Women's white ribbed, half-wool
Union Suits; high neck, lonp or
short sleeves, anJuc lengtn
O'Neill Main ' .re I Ir.l PI.
for Christmas Should
Be in NOW
Am U - ea a fw dkvs tn eiacut tha
l.lrh la wrorli wa u'wnrs arlva vou.
t'Hr.1 f i. wrii vl im. ami ti)tiirv at am pI nr.
fiMi Of rrrttln, Inv Hat h-ti. ric. will
ha i.nr tu the .rrv bint niannar .ml In
tha cat I atpprovri. hv tli brt aooUl
uaara an.t .,t nrlrva.
Nam Plata ancravi1. mrlpt tvpa. rnx
pn nlat'i ti i (Mi bast quality vlalHuff
rirMj. Remiiarly CQ
OfVr. at .
Nn-ne I'lnta anirrnvail In OM rDnrllah nn4
ag iiti ium1my viaiung araa.
Jtt 'i I h 1 1 v $'' at
10(i ('aula prl n 1 al from your ywn
piu. I.Kiilar:v 7 n. at "tWi
Neckwear of the Kind That 2
Fastidious Women Wear
Different; exclusive; exquisite;
thoroughly feminine; ahsolute
ly smart. The out-of-the-ordiuary
styles that gift huyers
are looking for.
AT 25c TO 1.98
Put up In Neat Gift Boxes if desired
Dosens of styles of dainty neek
wear for women, nicely lioird, in
cluding jabots, stocks with jabots,
of plain net, shadow laces, embroid
ery and la.-e combinations, some
with touches of delicate colorings.
Prices jsc. Mo, 7So ,100 ,i .,
to SI.98 each.
Irish crochet Dutch collars; ex
ceptional values at II 00. 11.35
Large imitation Irish and Venise
lare collars, pointed and square
shapes; rallies I .'. to ft. AO, at
S1.00 to SI. SO.
Wa will miK-rav in tha lataWt script
tvpf 'Mi ' x I nvltait'itia up to fti
'ii'M, In fan! ' maMa i Int. f urnlahlttaT I
lot) InvlfnM. a, in artrlntly tilrh arala
iAitaf. lit- --t ai". witii mam ,
..uta'fla fnviliiu, at lb
I Of, PJ.eJV
ff- a.t MO h- .Ired.
A. Ml" i. .
V?,vin Muln Ntoria lira. Floor.
! Card Players
m . fi . ft,. , m tu these exceptional values - .'Vlnrine
Vie: ' iJ!r& US.ea. "Sheep and 1'igurrs. elc. it, var
sires liy Ameriran ami Kuropenn
rainuun Bias nit 'J i i n
..tu. $ i on. st sea .sets
I ..limn- .viz. Oxlt;
v.i i. i fl $0, at
'aiming. Use 1 2il S
value IT. SO. at
ralnliiujs him 1 IsSstl
v.:,i- S. 00. at
I'nlulliis. Blss 1 1st 4 1
ralus s.so. 'It
I'a InlloKs Bias 11x20
One Dollar for a
Complete Room Outfit!
PAY ONE DOLLAR, select anything
you need to furnish a room completely
and we will deliver the goods piomptly
to your home, and YOU CAN I' AY THE
BALANCE IN SMALL WEEKLY PAY
MENTS. This is a atraijtl.t, bona-ftde
chance for you to get evi iything you
want to furnish a room coniiletely by
paying ONE IX ILL An NOW nnd the
balance in email weekly payments.
NO Club Fees W Red Tape
NO Strinj s To This Offer
NO Eitra Charges of Any Kind
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Thla offer la good for you, too, whether
your account la at ill open or if you
have cloaad it. BRING ONE DOLLAR
and select whatever you need.
Any advertised art idea may be included
in your outfit, or you can open an ac
count by buying a single advertised artl
cle at the advertised price WITHOUT
ANY EXTRA CHARGE OF ANY KIND.
Aernnnt Onercd firm
$5 to $1,000
On Small Weekly
WE GIVE FREE INSURANCE
When you make your purchase you receive a
certificate which guarantees that in caae of
the death of the wage earner of your family
wo will at once give you a receipted bill in
lull ol your account wltnout exira marge. JX
al A Mm
I ' ' I
Durable, Well-Made Furniture at Money Saving Prices
X $20.00 Solid
Solid Oak A QO
Solid oak, golden fin
Iths 3S inchca long, 20
ins. deep, nicely carved
top, with 14x21 inch
bevttlcd plate mirror, 3
Solid Oak, golden
finish, spindle back,!
cane seat, well constructed.
Solid ..Men oak
buffet, po 1 i a h ed
quartered oak base,
heavily carved top,
with lar(;e bevelled
plate mirror; two
top drawers, one
lined for silver; two
cabinets, one loni;
diaweri wood pulls
an- ' -rirr
$15 Quartered Oalc
Ouartered oak frame,
polished. Heavy claw
feet deep, roomy
spring seat ; broad
arms, teversible cush
ions, covered in plain
and fancy velours.
All these paintings nr.- picture
Hu.ls.. n. Riling, Adams. I'vers and Kioir.
O'Neill Main Store Posirth Fl,
B C! "alallnas is. 11x30;
R SssS i'alallna.-fis. 10x20:
i ii n v,u" " "
J I ( I I'alnllnss Six. 20x110;
-J r un value ir. on, st
K!ll I'alntUiKs Mza Mx2a;
1 K i I value 1S 01). ..i
Isfsgaai w- ' '
i rai TDUDiau niriii, , au r uiii.11.1 u-
A Pretty Tea Set!
....1 .i it. i .. . . .
, tint tiiai lias an r lie Rttruction ol looks, iut
it y and stniil! rosi
14 50 TEA SETS. SPECIAL, AT
17.75 AUSTRIAN CHINA
TEA SETS AT $5.75
AO pieces to each set, flnisbsd with
$16.98 AUSTR1 ANCHINA
DINNER SET AT $12.98
ion dImml bsittdionit dsMToratlontii
hand.'1 touched with golds
rvrvTvirr. f r rri - r,
mw iJiiMNr-iv. or. l, y.tu
Fancy China II uu.lred of bean-1 Finished with gold, handsome as
if ul nrtides for gifts from 23c to sorted decorations; 00 piacaa to aaefa
S 20.00 'et.
O'Melll llnmefnralMhtnas Store- flaeement.
I $5.00 Vassar Boxes at $2.40
There a nothing more convenient than a Vsttar l'"x and i 11
not only useful for ihtrt WaUftl ami all
sorls of thinai, but il is an OffaaBMDt
At Special Prices
These suggestions from ()NeiH"s
Slationery liepartinent will lie wel
come, enpe. ially with the lower
than USaal prices quoted.
Thiw Dtpartmant U Full
of Holiday Gift Ideal
$1.00 IMavinr Card Cases.
ing Cttfd Catri
i nfliortt ahndra
a n d lstsftth.tr ,
nUd with high
ly f iifinifilrd pliiv
in( rnrdi, (Tjd
Jr''-. wliist Sftfts
$3.50 Poker Chip Racks.
ing tOO chips.
ue pack of
'I'Nrlll tlalu Kl.irr lint Floes.
Dutch collars of Imitation Irish.
Rruges, Venise and Cluny laces,
SOc to tl.SO.
Sleeveless guimpa of plain net
with lawn body, SOc each.
Novelty bows of lace snd velvet,
colored silk, etc.; one in a bos at
OtVetlt Mela SH.ee n rat rlasw.
High Grade Watches
Without the 'Exclusive Shop' Prices
0NeuTi ditplaj of holiday watches int-ludea all the well
known make) and movement in various open-fare or hunting
Every watrh is fully guaranteed, and O'Neill'a prices) will
lie found the lowest.
PRICES BEGIN AT $3.00
ami range up to $42. 60. Sixes for
women, inisacB, men and boys.
Just a hint of the different styles
GOLD FILLED WATCHES
Women's Gold Filled Watches, move
ment warranted, fS.73.
Men's Gold Filled Watches, all good
movements, at S5.00. 19.00 and up to
SOLID GOLD WATCHES !
Men's Solid Gold Watches, open face
snd hunting case, polished snd engraved,
with high grade movement, at S19.S0 to
.Women's Solid Gold Watches, open
fare and hunting case, movement war
ranted, 17.98 to SSe.30.
O'Melll Mala Store -Fires Flees.
vx -tC-wawmsm m
P ' Fa f smis . yrwri'-viym
This is a $5 Desk Set
Full SizeSix Pieces Brass Trimmed
Desk Pail, Clock, Ink Well. Fen Tray. Hand Blotter. Envelope Opener
and Paper Cut tar,
A Holid Hrass Desk Set, consisting of a good-eiaed blotter, with solid
brass corners, a massive ink well, a roll blotter, a large pea and pencil tray,
an ruvrlope opener and paper cutter, and a pretty little clock, all of solid
brass. In a beautiful dull finish; nice for office or home use; a vary handsome
Olelll Mala Kloro Firat Kl.or.
I r wherever Voll put It
I rid 'nr'"s high, 1H inches widi
t Ljj inrlii t lonp. Covered with
ftj S y lapanew matting; tr
5 hainlnv Mail or telepl
m.. , .
immeu wit u
. i i
j if li II (PITS p. ;
This is tin- liox for ct.'. ."(),
$2.00 ROPE PORTIERES, $1.25
Chenille rupe the colors, 'e.l. green hikI brown.
25c TABLE OIL CLOTH, yd. 17c
I Vt yardi widi u nplcndid assortment of lilf pnttfin. lUltftbU for tahlt
di wnll roveri off. s'so pi i n whtttt ptrft't loods in cry pftspsr.
$4.75 ROPE AND BAND PORTIERES, $3.50
ChtDiUft rnpa and tape-try bnd in two lone ftdi twn lone Krrrit, two
toftt bfOWDi tan nnd glWfl Tfcn nnd rOSa
25c WINDOW SHADES, 18c
The- are all perfect, mounted on good fluojlt) spiiog roll ' v l.ruckets
nil (I curd, ready to hang; 'hey are cut :-.'. I I III hes.
Opaque; regular value 'American Hnl I III Bunfast; regular value
Itetthll . regular value .1,',. i.flr- each, t Ii. 1
sale JOC each . this sale
. . ,',J c
O'N.III Vllln -Inrr Kiiurth
THOUSANDS OF NEW TOYS AT
O'Neill'a Great Baaaav of plajthingi for ohUdren of all ages.
Electrical Toy a.
cars and machinery;
very instructive for
boys; 75c upward.
which teach the boys
something while amus
ing them; $1.00 up
ward. Meccano Outfits,
from which a hoy can
muke and make over
hundreds of things;
A Crying Baby
Doll for 50c, sleeping
eyes, real hair, curved
legs, 10 inches high.
When turned on its
side it cries.
Inches, 90c; 80 inches, tl.00.
As a well-known family enter
tainer, must appeal to anybody.
Ue carry a complete line equipped
for gas, electricity or acetylene.
1'ruject your Summer photos on a
screen in tha Winter! SI 50. S5.00.
Dolls of every OOtV
Ivahlfl style and size;
a wonderful a Btort
ment; ioc to tlS.00.
Toys for o-irls, hoys
and huh" toti thou
sands at 5c upward.
Games for indoors
or out of doorti for
boy , firl'i or both;
Iron To; , 25c to
$1.50 We carry the
best values in town,
nud you will be sur
prised to how your
money can buy, Kir
Mm inea, Hook and
hitdd r and Hosa
Wagons, 25c, SOc,
;i.oo and l.so.
Turn it urc
I'pholstrrrd In Ica'lier, the finest
thing mule. ( balr, 12,00) Ito.ker,
t?."0: Bettaa, 13.00.
FlrtiWe Myers, .11 styles and
Itatl No. 1, 12.00; No. t, 12.90.
Art Craft Animals, $1.50
The very latest in woodeu play
things fur younger children. Owl,
Donkey and l.trphaut.
The National Coaster
A sled that steers as good as sny
made. You can get uu better sled
for your hoy; SO inches, BOc; Si
O'Melll Main Slore I If II. floor.
O'Neill-Adams Co., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street, New York Cityl