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T HI 1V1MIKQ WOELP, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913.
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J AMA TEIJR DRA MA TtST
WKOSF PRESS A GENr
PLAN MADE TROUBLE.
Graves Wx'wc- t ' Hulks at
Home" He Isn'l Scirvlnnj,
but Needed I irnellrht.
Marry M (list i , ..I
a) to4a.v by rxnloalan f eubllcJIy.
klgb npi"! i . srrieaaly Imii
tad. with tl. h ha . . : h t ine nn
MStereatlna .;.. '! a !.
IMn( man rhi ' fn I
OgSJutrn. through Ktltri to fie nai
thnt ulilc lir ant .1 nml
lit j 1 1 1 k ...Hi he nul hi Xlrl wife
haV TH HtfMlt4li Imi, pill Me.
Mia tn to bring himself into lh lime
IHht wnrVoi entirety too .n h fossil,
Oravrro'. 1 tu lhf newspapers con-
tarnr.i a lenatl it;i 1 1 11 i.n h' 11 o-
fariunnt,- Irani position, arguing Hint
fits lawn forbad Mm taktua " 1 own
Iff and that of nil w. . a, 'nit tuul no
provlelon km 'n t '. tn (lit limn for pre
venting Involuntary dissolution an-l nr
cardlaalv hr sra Iraally forced 10 llvr
Mil etarvat.ou, it. . et. Hr aaM hr
ceJM not art proper ernplnvment !
cause hr was n rKpplr.
THt NEWS OF THEIR PLIGHT
REACHES "FOLKS AT HOME."
Tmmrdlataly sftei BtrnHcstlon 1 f
Oravra mreaee leitrr afti i Icltei ar
rived at tha llrutr liomr, a room nn
ta top floor of a boarding itotiaa at
Ma. MT Waat Onr Hundred mid Twrnty
tMrd atrart. Soma of tha IMter con
Ssjard amall auma of inonry. but th
reupla eay I bay returned all except
tlait aant by prreon falllna to ineioae
Whllr tbr flood of Ifittarr offrrlna
atatancr continued. Ihrrr wan a pro
esalon of nrwapaper reporter rurh
day at the huinblr ho ma of I rave ami
at, young wife.. Public lympathy run-
ttauod to aaavrt Itaalf in the rorm of
Mara lettera. many offrrlnic work, an
wtajl aa pereonal vlalta by men ant
wamrn eager to hrlp thr destitute
esajple. None of the jobe offered waa
aaatabl for Uraver. however, and aav
mat tlmaa, ha aald. he found the plat-re
Mad before ha could reach them.
Meantime, thr news that Oravra and
Ma wife were contemplating auUide If
ha didn't art work, travelled out of New
Tark vta the wire of the newa aeem-la-tsMis.
fOvantuaUy It penetrated darkrat
Mjp mialn, and at laat II wrnt rlglit Into
tha homes thr couple left, h couple of
jnaare ao, to make thr-ir fortune in Naa
. Former acROOl mole at th likoii
TUsjh Si-ho.il and Lawrrn.r i'. lli-ai- at
Sfmlrto. vvia.. read nlth alarm th.
yallth'a aoletnn prroratlon In hi. letter
ta the newapaprrs: "1 am aure that
the prevention of aulclde la mora gjo
rkMa journal::, n than tha ohroalattaf of
tha axirdld detail, of sues, u tll...,h . '
A frantic hrathar of Mr dratfaa
flaahrd thla t.-Htram 10 iiir couple:
'"Wire at once whrlher you air tar
tng Tin- Ui-aveara thru dlacovrred
the. atara actting an nvrraupply of puh-
""Oravea araa "out lookliif for work'
thla momma, when an Kvrnlna World
reporter call) at hla home. Ilia wife,
quietly and neaUy dreaaed In bla'k.
waa at homr, howevrr. Mhr mid It
waa true Harry hud aot a little morr
pullilty than hr really needed.
"We .11.I11 t car about how much
waa In th paper here." ald thr
youna woman, "btx-auar wa don't
kna any aa In Nat York. When the
elatmnt rerardlna a deapatdh from
Milwaukee. In which It waa atated that
la a leter to Wlaconaln frlendr., he
aaaured I'irm hr wwa not In hard luck
: (onrranrit hj p.tlful plea to the nwa
1 papna waa al, a hoaa.
"Thr whole etory," wrote Oravea. ac
lordlnir 10 the Milwaukee despatch, "la
a prrea atenry atunt olrciilntad to brlnf
myaelf ao fo. dbly to the attention of
theatrical prodm era In -N'rw York that
f might t a hrarlnr for a roupl of
drama I am IFjilaJ to pin.. I almply
reaort. d to mi ht-rolc rffort to 'get by '
Mad 1 thought the hoaa on the New
Vnrk ppr would n-aci my home nd
rrlathra In W"lconaln. I never would
I har rraorteat 10 thl mrthod "
' flravr and 111 wlfr lived In thloago
ror aomr timr after Iravuig Wl idMln.
Thry hatr hrrn In Htm Vork about
at monlha Ura.r la a dim n.itlve
1 hap nnd ur aralabaa her-aue of a
' 'Tlpplrd rpinr
TAKE TOUR FAMILY TO
I NTH ST. AND BROADWAY.
There' plenty oi raom atatt for
over MO perron You can ipend
an evening there having dinner and
enjoying a hiaiwlaH vaudeville en
tertainment for I'" than the coit
of theatre ieati.
Na matter where you live, the
ubway will bring you to the done
in a few minuter, and get you back
iuet at quick.
It't a beautiful place, woadroutly
lighted and perfectly ventilated.
.Everything you act here ii the
bett af ill kind, and the price 1 are
haWg e-'t ta nor homr. IpOW V Or. aonir
aftalanatlOll had I" hr made I don't
know 1 11 t what llnrry wrote, hut I do
know in- arfota .. falaahoad ta thr fat hi
hai k hi. nn- Wr wonti .l thi-m to not
worry a'miit nn Aa n matter of fact.
WC hnvr at 1 hOUMl monry to lllnt n
aevaral a alia, ha! whaa that hi annr
I don I know what M will do, unlet
llarrv art tagM kind of work. I have
had n tittle- work to do-ewln In h
aflafttoaai imi wr raally Sa aaad a joh
Mm lrar w.i u.iahle to make an)
DAY AND NIGHT
In Very Worst Condition. Pimplet
on Whole Body. Could Not Wear
Any Clothes. Cuticura Soap and
Ointment Certainly Cured.
lg St. Ana Av. Brnoi. N. T "I
had ecxema la tha very wort', naaditioa.
Whaa I got ll all pimple nam oa my
whole body except ray 'a a.
Then grad'iully It baraiae
won. I had H ao that I
could net wear any clothaa.
I walked th floor day and
night for a week and could
aot ll tn hod It Itrhail dm
o I could not f'rap. I ten
- . 1, . , - ... .L1..L .ft .ft
m -XI . w aiw.n mi .null u a,
' waaiuLi aaulfaclna. I would
try aad at dowa for a few aelauiaa. I would
ta aa Urad. but I would hav to get up
again. Then I mi,.l It aa
couch and when u.r ferer
Bgeln I would harm walk.
" I lived oa a mild diet all ta time for
two werkj: 1 could not aat. Bat whaa I
uaad th CuUcura Boap aad Ointment 1
wa oar tela I y cured aad 1 naa raaaaemaa
th OtrhVur Soap and O Infant to ay
hody." (Ugaad) Mlaa Etta iNtMMM. Mar
A ai.aia oak nf r-uticur Roap av. aad
boa of ('utlcura Olntmeot SOc.
aultlefoat when all rlaa ha fallad.
ttaap and Utataiaat ar aold by
aad dealer weary where. Liberal aarapt af
each mailaa free, with a-p. SUa
giaaapuat Igggj "OuUrum. Dpt T.
f -tag Stick, "ftr.
Lord & Taylor
A Group of Exceptional Values
Special for Friday and Saturday
Atfortlioii nial Crochet Silk Knitted $5C
Fuur-iii-lliimls. Value ft-MI
Pluin Cdorad Silk KoldotJ l our-in-I
Hand. Value 11.08 0c
Silk Mixture Nefflifet Sliirts with Frent h
cuffs. Value :i 00
Meneriycil lot Ii ami Mad ran Pnjiinins
in plain colors. Value $1.A0
"Men j Underwear
At Very Special Prices
Imported Hiilliriftpiu Inderivear, short
aleevt: nhirts. druuers to matcli. Value
Pratwh V.liite Lisle Underwear. Value!
It-rMI par yariueul
Frpiieh White l.isle Underwear. Value
04.00 per purulent .
.:root'wiy Ci COtli Si.: Ath Ave.s 19th St.
Sfnart Afternoon Dresses
Latest Ideas in Designs and Colorings
at Exceptional Prices for Friday
Canton Crepe Dresses
In all the new coloring taupe. Dan
ube blue, new yoke skirt; waist in
bolero effect; vest of fine voile finished
with point of black satin
Canton Crept Dresses
In Danube blue and cafe an lait;
new coat effect with touches of
contrasting; shades; prettily draped
Important Sale of
Fine Lace, JVashableSilk
& Crepe-de-Chine fVaists
Two Allover Cream Shadow Lace Models, chiffon and
satin effectively introduced, net lined, open front, three
Shadow Lace, with new double frill of net forming col
lar, and at sleeves, finished with silk cord and tassel,
high or low neck $97$
Habutai Silk, in two different models, flat collar, long or
three-quarter sleeve. Q
White Jap Silk, with large flat collar with hemstitched
pleating and wide Huny lace insertion
White Crepe de Chine, flat collar, yoke and frill
at greatly reduced prices
Consisiting of embroidered satin, laces, crepe de
chines, chiffon cloth, etc.
Prices according to material
$595 to $48.50
Values to $75.00
At Attractive Special Prices
Extra Quality Chiffon Vtilt
All shades, plain and ombre, hemstitched or with woven
75c and 95c Values $1.00 to $1.5
Plain and Fancy Mesh V 'tilings
Black, white, magpie and colors
14c per yard Values 18c to K5c
Novelty Hat Scarfs
75c Value $1.25
Fancy Dotted Satin Ribbon
White, pink, light blue and lavender
1 1V$ 3 X
13c 18c 45c 35c 45c
Per piece of 10 yards
, White Pique Vtsttes
With fancy buttons 95c
Real Irish Lace Collars
$1.75 to $9.50 Formerly $8.95 to $15.00
Real Irish Lace Yokes
$3.95 to $9.50 Regularly $4.95 to $14.00
Real Irish Lace Collar and Cuff Sets
$4.95 to $8.95 Regularly $4.45 to $13.00
Lice and Hand-embroidered Batiste Collars
$4.95 Values to $9.50
Broadway & 40th St.: 5th Ave.; 19th St.
Sixtn Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Lord & Taylor
We Give Surely Stamps Free With Purchases and Redeem Them in Merchandise
T In New York's A Shopping Centre f
0 Neill-Adams Co. i
Values 19. 75 to 122. 50
To Make Friday a Memorable Day
for TkU Store and Customer
About 400 Handsome Spring
Suits, Dresses and Coats
Are to Go at $10.98
They cost the maker wore than thai, but then were willing to make an un
mual eonreininn to clean up a lot oi woollen ami mlk.i that wrrr in the way
01 Summer manwaclurnig.
Their Regular Values Are, Fairly, $19.75 to $22.50
Women s Spring Suits in the mot approved
styles to choose from in plain or fancy trimmed
suits. Not all sines in every style, but all sites
in some styles. Materials, serges, tweeds, home
spuns, and fancy mixtures, in light and dark
.Jnr-m am oa
Women's Spring Dreeses A beautiful assortment in all wanted
materials, comprising men's-wear serges, charmeiise, messaline, plain
or fancy trimmed Bsodels; several models for choice, light and dark
Women's Spring Coats
Women's Spring Costa. Srvrral mixlrU to rlinntM- and ovrr 100 in tbe lot;
plain tailored, cutaway and fancy Irimmcd modrl. Material, Iwccd, arrgr. mii
turr. wide-wa Iff diagonal. Sonic arc lined throughout with pcail de cygne. All
color and aiara. MO. 98.
You Ought To See The New Summer Dresses
A full line Of Summer ilre-se Tor women, ronniting ag
lingerie, linen, voile, and fancy lawn. In all im and coiura;
price from J.98 to $23.00.
O'Mrlll Mala stare -ThlnJ floor.
Think of thta
10.98 would hard
ly pay a Dreaamak
er'a fee for making
auch amart apparel
Siica for large and
amall women aa wall
aa all regular aizea.
vrvfnTnAiLruvAAJiJUUnrf a -
( New 39c Striped Tub Silks
These verv dnirable ilk are fair SOc value, and einreaa
the laat word in fahionable color deaigaa. White
grounds with black, blue and lilac itripea predominate,
and we need not tell you that I here i no prettier ma
terial for a Spring or Summer drcs than tbeae corded
Irinr t,irt atllia Snr.-il at. vard
OAS nil Mala Stare Mala Maar. V-
5 0C Figured Linoleum, Special
25c Plisse Crepe
Thii fashionable waah material in white and all tbe N
dainty color now in vogue, also witb stripes or lloral
designs. Just the tiling for your Summer drew
cool, natty and convenient, because it needs no ironing;
O'Neill Mate Store Seeand Floor.
I $5Basswood Utility Boxes
B ! -T ! -
The sites range from tboae tor shoes or shirt waists
up to the larger ones for skirts or winter ciotniag,
at II 98 to $44 00 For instance a beautiful Baas
wood Box, 84 by 18 in., covered with matting and
fitted with brass handles
O'Neill Mala Siera Fourth floor.
.500 yard of high grade Lindeum. figured by new
process, arc to be sold on Friday at a price which you
would usually puy tor oilcloth. Do .not forget to
bring the measurement of the room, and remember
that all the roll are two yard wide. Al. Miiare yard .
O'Neill Mala Store fourth Floor.
75c Shantung Pongee
$3 Nottingham Curtains,
8ome of tbe latest and handsomest Brussels and
Novelty designs are to be found in this exquisite
assortment of Nottingham lace curtains. A re
markably low price for aucb curtains
O'Neill Mala Stare Feartai Floor.
Onr yard wide, iu all the latet Spring shadings. Thn"
is another new shipment of the pongee that brought
such enthusiastic riowds to O'Neill's on Monday.
We may or may not be able to get more at lata than
O'Neill Mala Stoer Seroal Floor.
($2.50 Dressmaker's Forms
These are listed at If .80. and represent the newest 1 mL (Q
model on the market. Modern bust form and very I M II
strong wire skirt with extension rod J "" a" sT
O'Neill Mala Stare- First near. V
Men's Dress Clothes
The new morning and afternoon Cutaway Coats and Vests,
also Tuxedo and Full Evening Dress Suits.
$18 to $25 Values
Models that follow the correct lines
of Spring fashions.
$9 Lace Bed SetsSpecial
Only 48 acta of gorgeous Renaissance Lace Sets, )
which sell regularly at 80.00, are to be placed on
sale at thia tremendous bargain. They are made
of the beat grade cable net with attractive targe
....vn.r mwtA ,..ntr. mftlit'. Tll HllUtcr l.fr il
O'N'rlll Mala "tore -Fourth Floor.
( 98c to $1.25 Cut Glass
A wonderful collection of the richest and most dasr.ling A
results of thr glass cutter's art. Among them you will
find Sugar Bowls, Spoon Trays, (Hive Dishes, Handled
Nappies, Creamers and Pickle Pirhes
O'Neill Hoatefuralabtaaa Hlore -Baarmant.
$1.25 Hot Water Bottles
Cash or Credit
You can buy your clothe now and arrange
payment at interval if you prefer.
Men's Cutaway Frock Coats and
In Oxford gray and black all v. ,.,.1 Vicuna,
cut in thr newest two-button modrU: veN
are high rut: sie St to W. itotltl up to 40.
Men's Dress and Tuxedo Suits,
Of all-wool black VicUna. cut in thr newest
draSJ and Tuxedo model, with ptafcrd lapels;
nit are Vanatlsn lined und arm grain silk
faced; site tit to W. itOUta up lo III.
Men's Spring Overcoats, $12.50
In plain black and lipiit and dark fray Vicunas,
also fancy I weed in tan. gray slid brown, cut
in the new 4i-inch model, Venetian or silk lined,
plain or silk fared; size S4 to 4. stouts up to 40.
Men's Silk Lined Sack Suits at $12.50
In thr newest Knglish and conservative models, in cheviots uud iisiimcrea.
in Hie newest fancy effects and stripes., also plain blur serge, ( tint are'
full silk lined. Sixes 84 to 4.
O'Netll'a Hi Slorr tor li.nl and t lie Hov.
Four Fntraner lllrrrllv I Nlilli tvrnua
Two and three quart sir.es. made of first quality rubbet
and guaranteeil lor one year
O N rill Mala Store- rtrl Floor.
This includes muslin sheetings, pillow cusing. .shirt
ings, cambrics, tickings, and cheesecloths. All
tbe length are useful, seme up to 10 yard
O'Neill Mala Stars Srronil Floor.
Two Days More of Our Extraordinary Sale of
O'Neill Arts and Crafts Furniture
at X to H Below
There Is Still a Wide Choice of This Beautiful Furniture
for the Dining Room, Livinu Room, Library and Bedioom.
She Opportunity for the Inexpensive Furnishing oi Summer
omcs Is Noteworthy.
- ( al ljp
Just a few liiuts ;it the assortment and values:
Haguiaf Sale Itegular Sale
I'rice. Price. Price. Price.
Oak Buffet IM.00 4 00 Fumed Oak ( hina Closet S (Ml 423.00
Oak Huftct :Mi.7S 27.5 Fumed Oar China Closet 4t.50 27.50
Oak Buffet 48.00 35.00 Fumed Oak Table. 8-ft 4i.Ml 30.00
Oak Buffet 37.00 40.00 Fumed Oak Tabic. 10-ft 31.00 33.00
Oak Buffet 87.00 13.00 Fumed Oak Side Table ." 1.00
Oak Chinu Closet f 0 00 15.00 Fumed Oak Mocker, loose
Oak China Closet 46.00 80.00 cushion IMI
Club Plan Payments
May Be Arranged
Filmed Oak Chair, loose PUabluaM4.fJ0
KumedOak Hocker. loose cushion sjH.AU
tinned Oak Lib. i'alile, llx tt.OO
Kumed Oak Chiffonier, with fdas 44.0(1
Kiinied Oak Chiffonier, without
! .18.011 is
-'."i Mission Hed, all site., at . Half Pric
O'NLILL ADAMS CO., Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d St, New York City OI