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TBI BVENIWO WORLD, TUESDAY, MBITTABT 4. Itlt H
1 11 ' U - L 'Mi i
yV JTK T In New York's A Shopping Center f
0 Neill-Adams Co.
Members of our Household
Club are entitled to "Surety
Stamp t," one stamp for each 10a
purchase. A filled book la worth
2.50 in goods fre.
TO ACTION OF WIFET
Members of our Household
Club buy at cash prices and are
allowed to take advantage of all
special tales reductions.
Sixth Avenue. 20th to 22d Street
WHO ASKS $12,500
Who's Who in Live Stock Fig
ures in the J. P. McDon
The who' who of th live stock on the
(Donald farm near Knoxvllle, Turn..
la Hkr dloueslon again to-day in th
tax, f Mrs Edith E. McDonald acalnat
JMBM 1. MaDonald. railroad ouUdar, be
NM Sapi-em Court Juatloa Oavaa-an and
MT Mrn McDonald alreavly haa a
ef eaparatton from har huaband.
I eke "najjared" Ma, She la new
tar HMO aha tare ha ewea har.
ka cat Mdameat for HflO a
MaDaaaM aaesrrt that faraitur
F har and oertaln heroes, oewa,
ala voati and chVokena, with
fha Tenneeeee (arm, purehaeed
huVMcd aoma rear co, waa
eeloae; to har and that they
Uia aum (or which aha auaa.
har huaband haa refused to
Cava ever ta har th atack, furniture or
UiLT ftAIUROADS IN THE SEMI
who built tha Now Tork,
and Boston Railroad and
eta haa had aatanalva rallwar contract
ka .ernejaa had Hayti, danlaa that the
ever aetonaed to hta wtfa. Ha aaya
ha awaad ha Welkin Land Company,
Mah eut-ehaaed tha (arm, In whoa
saW n Utla etende.
kra. McDonald waa tha widow of
Oaten Delavcey Evan whan aha mar
tial -UDonavld la 1M. Sha alleged that
har marriage McDonald gat
film 41,000 In two Instalment
dl ejoo tor which ha aaalrnad har the
in thalr homa at No. 1 Waat
la-hth atraat. Most of tha furnl-
eare waa ehlpped to tha farm at Knox
vsa, whore their later want to live. She
aaya that aha atooked tha (arm with her
hire McDonald teettfled that In U10
a lire burned their bouaa in Orange
County, and ahe than came to New York
and told her huaband ahe wlehed to eell
tha llvistook. McDonald agreed to
Itlre her 16.000 for It. alio aaud, but later,
when he n aallli. : for Uuropat aalil
lie had learned that her receipt! for tha
lock h id been destroyed In tha fire ami
that hu would pay her nothing. On hU
rotui n In' .Lp;':ined to have changed hla
inlnil, gad laid hT to aell the atock, as
Ug 1,J not want IL She went to tin
farm, aha teaUfledt but lila agent rs
luaeU to permit tier to take anytlilng
w.iy. laying hu had been ao Inatructeu
. y M.il ionald.
MoDonaid took tha atand and ate' he
waa mil a railroad ooninaclor. He aald
na and big wife had an apartment at
.No. 1 W'oal Sixty-ninth street, and
afterward moved to No. 1 Weat Slxty
itjiuli alreau They bad too muoli fur
nlluro and aold aome of U when they
oaaved. In reply to hla counael, Jamee
W. Oeborne, Mclooald saidi
DIDN'T WANT TO BOTH BR WITH
"Whan wa left tha Slxtr eighth atraat
aVeaaa wa packed up our furiuture and
tat M to Knox valla. My wife aa-d ahe
atd not want to Hve In a Oat and be
feathered wath aervanta."
"Did aha give you 1640 on two d Iff or
ead oooaelone?" aakad Mr. Oaborne.
"he never gave ma ona cent," replied
KleDenaid, "but I gave her las.joo at one
tune, and opened an aooount at a bank
far bar with it"
Why did you aaalgn your furniture to
fear (or a loan by her to you for tl.ooo?"
aha waa alweie nagging ma
waa afraid my relativaa would
the furniture If I died In Hnuaitor,
er iamaloa, or Hajrti, or anywhere ela
X aappaned to ha engaged In my oot
traaUng work. In order to aatlafy he.
aad aave myself from oontlnuoua nag
elag I made over tha furniture to her."
Women Have Joined
O'Neill's Household Club!
The Best Proof
Of the helpfulness of
O'Neill's Household Club
Plan is the fact that
men and women hare re
joined the Club time and
time again ( Hundreds of
members hare tent their
friends to us, and these in
turn have formed something
of satisfied enthusiastic Club
If there is anything you need for
your home Furniture, floor Cov
ering., Curtains, Portieres, Bed
Sets, Pictures, Ice Boa, Vacuum
Cleaners Anything from Cutlery
Join the Household
Club at Once!
Offlree on the Balcony, Main Floor.
and now we have started a campaign to admit 1,000
more members AT ONCE,!
YOU should join O'NeilVs Household Club at once, because
(1) Members of O'Neill's Club can buy Furniture. Rugs, Curtains,
Refrigerators, Vacuum Cleaners or any Home Furnishings they desire
at CASH PRICES and arrange convenient terms of payment.
(2) Members of O'Neill's Club choose their wants from the best goods
to be found anywhere. Glance at this partial list of the manufacturers
who make our
BUckley Bros. Co.
Michigan Chair Co.
Royal Furniture Co.
Imperial F urniture
(3) Members of O'Neill's Household Club aro
entit led to Stamp Coupons with their purchases. Every
filled book is redeemable for 2.50 in goods Free!
(4) Members of O'Neill's Household Club are al-
Hit h Furniture Co.
Grand Hapids Fur
Grund Rapids Chair
others this is only
Itigelow Carpet Co.
W. J. Whittal.
Hardwick & Magee.
Hartford Carpet Co.
John Bromley &
Wilds, Nairn It Armstrong.
Stead & Miller.
Robert Iewis Tapes
Bromley M'f'g. Co.
lowed to take advantage of all special sales, thereby
getting the advantage of special and reduced prices.
Joining O'Neill's Houseliold Club it only opening
unothcr mid of a dignified charge account.
National Lace Co.
Weinberg A Co.
Chester Lace Co.
W. J. Piugston.
Hundreds of New York housewires have written us volun
tary testimonials detailing just how tks wonderfully helpful
Club Plan solved their h me, office, and inititution for furnish
ing problems. We receive a nmilliaft full every day.
Thousands of These Letters on File
in the Club Plan Office
Joining CNeiU's Club is merely another form of opening
a dignified charpe account.
Get What You Want When You Want It
and Make Payments at Intervals. Club
members Buy at Cash Prices.
Buy F.Trni'fiTrn on rlxK m
This X UllLXlULlVn the V-vlUU 1 Idll
cold burnished moulding for a large oil painting.
Our guarantee goes with every frame, whether it is 86c or
960.00. This means that the frame will be in keeping with the
size and subject of the picture, and that it will be skilfully made
We also have experts who restore O'l Pa'nt'ngs and re
finish old frames. The prices for this work are also reduced
one-third for one week.
O'Neill Mela Ht4re Konrth Hum.
Special Offer of the Famous "Crown"
Buy One on the
Household Club Plan
Our utual price Is SIS. 00.
Rany agents ask up 1 1 35.00.
Tbe "Crown" is easy working, moves about
lightly and needs no electrical attachment became
It works by hand. The "Crown" will keep your
I. - f I I I . L I ,
aaawagmeaaaav BHBalBna nraitmiiiineyear ruuoo.
Does away with all dust distributer, such as
brooms, dusters, etc. It will get Into all possible
nooks and corners and will lean them of all dual
and germs. It Is verv strongly built, but of very simple construction and caa be
very easily cleaned In about 0 seconds on account of Its perfect dust
separator. The curved handle allows ease of operation and ell ml nates backache.
The Speoial Price is SISOO Finished in green enamel, with high niok
ailed top, base, handles and nozzles. The outfit includes IK feet of wire woven
hose, ona carpet nostle and one upholstery notsle. The best value In vacuum
cleaners that we have aver announced. Hemember, you can purchase one
on our Club Plan of Kasy Payments.
MVVAAuvvvvuvvxferuvvvv-e-if-irir iirii S SI H m m a, Mli?lnJ?!t(l'Iyiyl?L 1 'Ijtf yftfBni?aHflfanirarvvvvxAJV
$198.25 Dining Room Suite, $147.00
This beautiful dining room suite exemplifies the last word in artistic furniture craftsman
ship Made of the best quartered Indiana white oak, funii'd a rich nut brown shade. The decora
tions arc made to represent inlaid marquetry and by the newly discovered process the work is
done so cleverly that it is next to impossible to detect it from connine costly inlaid wood. Con
struction, finish and the lines throughout are characteristic of (irimd Rapids furniture and at
the price quoted this is undoubtedly eq"iil to the best value we have ever offered in high class
dining room furniture. Descriptions of the different pieces in the suite follow:
BUFFET It is 94 laches long and Indies deep.
One-third Less This Week
Look over the house now, and most likely you will find
favorite picture that would be the better for a new frame, and
have It done this week, because it will cost so much less.
We have 1.123 Different Stvles of P cture Mould'ntfs
All new, each appropriate to some artistic use, a neat little
half-inch antique wood for a small brown carbon or a photo
gravure and all the styles and sires from that to a richly designed
Ilea a French plate glass, 44 inches long by 10 incites
wide. One large and two small drawers in bate, the
smallest drawer being lined for silver, lie.; has raised
panels In closet doors; nickel caster. Reg. Price J 1.00,
CHINA CLOSET It la 60 Inches hlgb and 87 Inches
wide; wood back. It has three shelves with double
grooves so that the closet can be decorated in the moat
artistic manner; glass ends; has a double glass door,
fitted with a good lock and key; nickel caster. Heg.
Price $90.00. at $20.60.
CARVING TABLE It is 88 inchea long, 19 inohea
deep and 41 Inches highi broad shelf in bae; haa cop
per handles; nickel casters. Keg. frier $23 50. at S17.50
EXTENSION TABLE It has a 45-inch round top;
heavy pedestal base; shaped legs and feet; heavy box
tip; patent hnrdwood extension..; fitted with a high
grnde table lock. Rag, Price $.17.00, at SJ7.00.
SIDE CHAIRS They have heavy box seats and
corner braces; three broad spindles in back; the base
is thoroughly braced; has a slip seat covered in high
crude genuine Spanish leather. Reg. Price $8.00, at
ARM CHAIR It has broad, comfortable arms; three
broad eplndles in hnck; has a slip seat covered with a
high grade of genuine Spanish leather; box frame; corner
braces; the base is thoroughly braced Keg. Price
$10.75, at 48.00
To-Day and To-Morrow
iamond Rings jj
19 ' 8400
Diamomirt nuri hrevl from un nn be I
'lna. full vnliits or ret timed for IMRi
I east) lm i4r trill.. HUhln nut ir.
Ladles' Rlnfls I dents' Rings
Valuation. Our Price, Valuation. Our Hrlca.
s.vmi.oo a toil ii iiiimio a;t7..
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SO. nn in I .in.no 1!7
aa.no in 40.00 2'
We are the larireM liliimnnd Imnorter
In the I illicit Nmtiw -cllliiir lilainiimla
rflrert In the niilillc. It rninlrea more
lime. IhuUk-lit ami IiiiIt Ihun la atven lu
urOiOarT iniiliimllll,-, n
, Hi' )Kie ilciiileil the la
.enra aellina imr IHiliiinnda
know even mnve In the market
at H,l. 1..
la to the1
at the Inn-eat imaalMe nrlre. Our
dVMilHfir if Ms.li tlr In Am-
niwrrn unti I unuon. m Din
i sMitrri f the vTiii'ld. We ai
Mr we ss ) our ll aninnr1 I
inst m ii tet rnr one-haUf tuf n
aitu re in iiHi na: ae v?imi
our window ill-nlav nf ot-t half
aixiar worin or nintnondt.,
marbiMi to mr..o(io.m.
CHARLES A. KEENE
Midwinter Sale of
at Special Prices
full sited wool
blanket has been
priced for this occasion.
full-sized Wool Blanket
with pink and blue borders.
A serviceable blanket, val
ue $4.25. Special at 13.25
Fine California Wool
Blanket, well made, full
sized and dainty pink and
blue borders. Value I7.M.
Special at $1.23
Cold weather bargains In
one of our leading lines of
comfortables In Persian
and floral effects. Regu
larly 13.60 quality at
Full sired silkoline covered
bed comfortables. Just
the desirable comfortable
for cold weather. The
regular 91.70 kind.
Special at 1.4
OTsM Mala Store Aweed Hear.
Prices Less Than Present Import Cost
Sale of Linens
1,000 Yards of Austrian Table
Damask, of extra heavy weight,
silver blenched j every thread
used in weaving pure linen; full
70-inch width. The regular l?l..'Jj
a yard value. Special at
Limited number of extra heavy, full blenched,
round thread Muslin Sheets, made from regular
2j4-yard wide sheeting; neatly finished with
one and three-inch hems. Regular 80c (j q
grade. Special at, each 30C
Ke Mall Oroera.
500 Round Scalloped Pure
Scotch Linen satin Dam
ask Table Cloths, with
handsome circular floral de
signs. Very smart for circular
dining tables. Special at ...
t.000 yards of heavy, close woven, all-linen
Barnslcy crash towelling 1 full lb-inch width;
the regular K5-eent grade. Special to- j
morrow, at, yard XC
O'Neill Main More Seeand floor.
"I"" Nottingham Lace Curtains
Several hundred pairs of discontinued drns la thee famous lace eurtalns will be cleared away to-morrow. New
and fresh itock an occasional pair slkhtty soiled In handling, tienerous assortment of patterns, including Renaissance.
Brussels, Clunr, Irish Point and novelty effects.
41.80 I IJ.00 49 00 $4.00 !
Values at 1 Values at Value at Valuet , Values a
87c pair I 11.25 pair $1.50 pair $2.00 pair $2.75 pair
Sunfast Madras Drapery Curtains Renaissance and Arabian Lace
An exceptional fhowing of most popular designs some Bed Sets
that are particularly suitable for mission rooms. Special Kitra quality French net with bolster cover to i ataVh
spread. Oenerous variety of designs. Hpeejel at,
-.as. - -aa $4.00. $5.00 and $8.00 set
$5.00. $6.25 and $7.50 pair Values $B.S0. $R 00 and $13 00
Novelty Braid Curtains, at $150
Made of extra quality net, either white o Arabian color, In three design. Value t W
MM j Pa' 1
O-yeill ftala Store -lourth liaer.
Special Offers in
An attractive aasortment of Fibre
Rugs la a number of pleating bed
room colors. These rugs are
Sanitary, Odorless and Durable.
Also Japanese patterns.
9x12 feet at $8.75
Value 410 98
7 10K feet at $6.95
9x12 feet at $12.00
tegular Price $19.00
Pome new and novel mixtures
in these desirable Rt Hug. All
were made especially for bedroom
9x12 feet at $7.75
fj 210 feet at 13.00
O'Neill Mala eaj.ir. Kouria Meet.
A list of Wholcai. mc and Delicate Food for the Lenten Table
WE KKSKKVK THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
ManhaU'a Sardine Mussed Noiway
Klpper.d and Herring Mackerel nJfSA
Herrlna The Hurra Viwwo- n,i,i,i. plump, fat of a pouad. with
ln Miiii.Ui.I sr. ... ..,..,. , im liaaids er laia;
Paak.it at Abar- Jlnao, In o , -. f riaii. averaelnt l H i o-;b. CQ
d..o. HcotlaoJ. off ujii lie,,,, 1 UO ... each, without palls .... l.wr
Marshall's llerrlaa , h.. ... ." in ' svaraalna III
la fuiuaio Hiiuir. Tha Hurel Norn- naaaa or aaiiei 10 a.la(a Wu, i,.aaa
tare, tina, raulai- elan K " ... ,j hj, pat'a; s 7( ami tllst in 'h.
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The ajiuulalte. lineal lm
portaa rranrh. Prinelaaa,
fiackod in pure iva u'v
arfe inarnum tine, . Tc
The Nnpeaar, Svaaa bona,
see. lara. tin. ;t7.-
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nel.se. aitra Uarsa tina.
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Clam I Olive Oil 11 utter Eggt
Chowder ! lM.",T"r'f Vj i'i aSl treah Made (None Delivered.!
Baraham', eaual fcelag ) eeiuod jrgn Creamery. I r Ir 1 1 1 t'eoesi
ta any of tha J,iV,a $ tl pack'd In 0-lb. 'arhr New laid
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O'NeiU-Adams Cj Sixth Avanue, 80th to 22d Street New York CityE