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THI EVENING WORLD. THURSDAY. MAT 8, 1913
UNCLE SAM TO AID KEEPING !
PfttJQS OUT Of TOMBS, j
Letters Containing Morphine and
. Cocaine Are Intercepted in
'Sir ruaade .inlnit visitor who
oafry drui Into the Ttimb prison .va !
further advanced to-day by Magistral ;
HO In the l orn be Police Court when
'lino Smith vii held In 1600 ball for
rial Iti Hneclal Sea.lnna ami.t. ..
ear ht by Keeper J rimes Martin was
rotted to have concealed In the lining of
hl coat a mall Jr containing le
of 'opium. It waa preeumably for a
itfman prisoner that Smith had called
til addition to prosecution of the actual
eerier of dnifi into the Tombs, Dep
uty CommlMloner Wrirht hae alto
started on tha trail of trios persons who
.ad drugs to prltoneri through the
mall. He haa been pronilied the aid of
railed Mate Dletrlct-Attorney Mar
shall. Several letter to prlaoner con
taining morphine and cocaine have been
ntrt-eptd and laid btfor the United
MRS. WISNER WINS DIVORCE.
tlao leta Mo a Meek means
i fWMtM Scudder In Hie Supreme CSV I
1 at Lou I. land aty to-day Branted
j divorce with WO a week alimony to Bea-
trice X. Wlaner fro n Allien Wlaner.
VYIiner, who founded anJ la connsc.t
j ed wltli .he Wtanor Manufacturing
Company at No. i Greenwich street.
Manhattan, contested the suit, setting
up Innocance or the charges agalnat htm
; and aliasing that hi wif was "Insane
The Wlaner family of husband, wife
and threi- chll.lren llvo.1 at Mollis, I., t.,
until about a year ago, when they sepa
rated. Mrs. Wlaner pratnted teetlmony
to show that her husband had visited
hotels In Manhattan with another
Iroei tat OalcafD Seroia-HeraM.i
"I. your wife were to die, would you
remain a wtdowerT" she asked.
"Not If your huaabnd were to pas.
away." h replied, without maklna hr
I at all angry.
Effective Hone Remedy
for Lang Trouble
It is a serious rr.attet nhen t.ie lurici
are arretted. A trip awav or la a sana '
tnrlum In net only SI pS II Si VS. but It in
olvss separation from home . d fftsteg.
Home are ueneflte.1. but few can eafelv re 1 1
turn. Rrkman's Alterative Is effective fur
home treatment, for esaosplt:
Hit . Atlantic Ave., Haddonfleld. N. J.
"Gentlemen: In the rail or Mm., I con I
tracted a very severe 4d, which stlt4 I
en my lunaa At last I t.aean to raise
sputum, and rev ptiyel Ian thtn oil me'
I must o to Cahfernla Immediately. At
this lima I was advleed to take Kokman'e
Alterative I slaved at home and torn
menred teklns It the lam week in October.
I besan I Improve, and the lirst week In,
January. lOOtl. f retttimeil mv regular oc-1
cupatlon. havlas gained Ji pounds, fully
reetored to health. It Is now eeven years
stacs nay reeovery hae besn effected, and
1 csnnft praise aVkman'e Alterative teo
hlahly. I have rscsmmendsd It with as
Signed) W. M. TAT Kit
Above abkrevlated: more on reaueet.
Bosnian's Alterative has been proven by
many years' test to be most sfftcsclous
In caeee of severe Throat and Lung Af
fections. Bronrbltls. Dronchlsl Asthma
stubborn Colds and In uphulldln the eye
tern. Dose not contain narcotise, prisons
or habit terrain druse. Par eals by
Riser llessmaa aterse and other leading
drusaiite. Write the K. km an Laboratory,
I'hliadalphla. Pa., for booklet telllne of
recoveries end additional evidence.
Dry-Cold-Air Fur Storage Vault on Premises
Furs Repaired & Remodelled at Specially Low Price
Bon wit Teller & Co.
Will Hold on Friday
A Most Extraordinary Sale
80 Women's High Class Coats
In the New "Shore" Model
In Coral. Lake Blue,
Blue and White.
Pink and White.
Tan and White
Thi model is a particularly smart
length cutaway, lined with
peau de cygne to match; adjust
able collar, front closes with groups
of crystal buttons; patch pockets.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
STANVAR Is Not Wax
but it doeg everything that wax does, only
A WAX-UK E FINISH jS
) works far more easily and far more economically.
Try this ask us for a free sample can of STANVAR, drop a ,
. . I L. !t e .. t .-I . el
little on a piece 01 cneesecium, nppiy n iu uuy uou bjjui un mc i
floor, any streaks or scratches on the furniture or woodwork.
Note that immediately the imperfections disappear and are
replaced by a beautiful, rich, wax-like finish. (s)
But there's no wax in STANVAR. That's why it's
ma easv to aoolv. That's why the finish it gives is so
durable, spot proof and free from the dangerous ,
slipperiness of wax.
STANVAR is on sale at the leading hardware,
. paint and household supply stores. A free
sample can, sufficient to refinish a floor KMly -end
UnA., uiiU he sent vou direct it you uu , me a fres sample
fill in and mail the attached coupon to
can of STANVAR.
Standard Varnish Works
O'Neill-AdamsCq ONeill-AdamsCq ONeill-AdamsCq
Sixth nu. .Uh to sad Street. New A ork City Slath Avenue. 10th to e.d IMStli ' w lork v ity Slath Avenue. kOth to Sid fetMM, i Yoret itaf
The pktnOS fat this dhCpffdtin ?alr vert prrtcrwlh related t Ihe factory ip Mr. ('. Alfrid H'tiyrler, frcnidtut The .yrceln.td Co., and
upon arriial are beituj tiftid and inxpected by Mr. Kalian rutho, fcf jjr (t.(!i)(fcr and ( t niitv ciy.rr Mein.y.iitan Cftrt ((.n.par.y.
Your money back-is not only
the letter but the spirit of this co-operative piano sale
Copyright. 1(13. I.y O VellV-Adame Co.
WE say, in speak
ing of and in
advertising this big
Sale: "If the piano
is not satisfactory
after 30 days9 use
we will give you
our money back. 99
This is not a N catch
penny" scheme. This
is not done as an in
ducement to get you
to purchase one of
these instruments, then
not live up to what we say.
We mean to ifive you your
money backi you ask
for it. We have no other
intention never have had
nor ever will have.
4 If you are not satisfied
with the piano or player
piano which we are selling
on this most liberal or
liberal plans, after ao
days' use, all you have to
do is to say so, and we will send and get the piano and return your money. Q We will not even ask you the
"whys" and "wherefores" we simply will give you your money back.
fk emmmmeememm T
These pianos are worth $350-co-operative price is
$248.75-thus saving you $101.25. The terms are $5 cash
and $1.25 a week, less than one-half the regular terms
The price includes everything. There are
no extras of any kind. No interest to be
added. Nothing to be added for dray age,
stool, scurf absolutely no extras. Two
hundred and forty-eight dollars and seventy
five cents is the price, and the price includes
J These 2()0 pianos will be sold, 5 dollars cash, then
1 dollar and 25 cents a week. The 5 dollars just about
covers the cartage and delivering yet the 5 dollars (your
initial payment) is credited to your account
J The piano is delivered immediately. You do not have
to wait. You get your piano when you make the initial
payment The remainder is payable every week.
Associate members do not have to pay more than 1
dollar and 25 cents a week. This gives them 195 weeks
.in which to pay for the piano, and still get it at the
' co-operative price of $248.75 or a straight-out saving
The life insurance an exceptional feature I
If the breadwinner dies if the source of income isstopped by death the piano
is not lost to the family. The family does not have to work and worry to meet
the remaining payments. We voluntarily cancel all future payments
immediately, and a clear "receipt in full99 is given to the family of
the deceased. Isn't this a comforting and reassuring feature?
Remember, player-pianos can also be obtained
upon these same liberal conditions
J One hundred player-pianos are also being sold on this co-operative plan. C The usual price
A'a. i V a I 1 J 1 liilL.. J-ll 1. rVi a A
ot inese piaver-pianos is nve nunareu una uuy uuuars eacn. i ne cvuuvraiive price is inree
I l l l " i r l it lkm ri7,'I'lTlJE'C"' x U JJ J HrTi i
nunarea ana nineiy-nve aoiiars. nv ii i mmom io ue auaea. i ne piayer-piano
will also be delivered immediately ujKin the payment of five dollars. The pay
ments are 'i uoiiars a week giving you one
hundred and ninety-five weeks time in which
to make your payments the same as on the
1 he same unconditional
But this is not all
We, who are associated in this sale, believe that a peraun
eaaaot get satisfactory trial A any piano in SU days. How
ever, if a thirty days' trial is not satisfactory, im will fine you
your money tack. On the othrr Land, we hae arranged a
trial that will tall the tale that tUI "how whether or not these
piano or plcyer-pianos are worthy of a permanent place la your
Printed right srroai the fsre of your Co-operative t-ontrsrt
i( an agreement which gives to each and every ptirthaaer the
privilege of exchanging his piano at. uny time within onu (1)
year, without on penny' foes.
The purchaser ran come lo our store and make anotlo-r
election at any time during the tint year he ha his piano. II.
can select a piano of i-nual grade u liettrr grade. Whatever
money he ha paid, whether it is 'in, tid, SU0, IOO, or whatever
the amount, will b cr.dit.d to thm price of hit new piano
nd we will take the original piano buck without tha lots of
a tingle eant to him.
Honest ly now have you Vf eet-n or beard of a fairer proposition!'
piano, l he same unconditional guarantee
(hat is given un the piano is given on the player-piano.
flYou can also get your mou hack at any time within
thirty days. Jou can get the Name privilege of exchanging within a year, as that given with the
piano. All of the unpaid balances are voluntarily cancelled in event of death. JAUo. a player
piano bench and nine rolls of music (your own selection) are included without extra charge! qAu
arrangement will be made with each purchaser whereby new player rolls can be secured at cost of
only five cents a roll, lhese player-pianos are standard 88-note nluvrrs! tint) lo. t)iv nlav
ib .....a... r..n ; tl i . . v---' .. .-"-v r2v
a mmm piayer-niunos iiuvc an Butomutic nhiftiT, whic
every note on the piano when the music roll in in motion.
I.. u .: I i.... r as i ... . r'K .... auiuiiiitii
....,. w buih w ,..uy ,rr.-..y Rwoi maver-piano oiti ,t irom two hundred to two hundred and fifty dollars
more than hose wilt not play perfectly. Thctt player-piano, have lead tubinn-. Mmi ..laver.,.i,tno I,., mhkl!
tiilnna. The Me of rubber U one year at most. Lead laett tow, it m ... 5C TZCTZl iJTITTI
Is , .. . . - - i tuiiuiu m uu, u u WIU I UU UU 111 IHQN
:Vfr hl:.nns la kfl n unx ll - i.imi.t i r.r.iL.... ' "
All the features of the co-operative plan are carried out in offering
the player-pianos, with the aiugl exception that the term, on i he
plavrr-pianos are two dollar! a week instead of- as on the piano our
dollar and twenty-five cents a wesk.
C ut tli la coupon out a nd anal I tasHsjM
Without oblia-atlon on my part nvntl
PhotOSI'aUha and daacriutiun of otanoa
Ileitis sold. m your
Hat Park State blaad, N. Y.
IN NEW YORK'S
20th to 22d Street
NEy YORK CITY
22d Street Elevator
St. and No