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THE. EVENING WORLQ, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914.
,UID PRINCIPAL KISS
AA All Hoboken Is Going to
Find Out at Hearing
OF TELLING LIES
CAUSES CHURCH ROW
Fight Over Rev. Mr. Barker
May Split the Newark Classis
LET FAMILY WAN!
I'icibj N-ry had roenl Mr. Itur
I laV'a rase ami hml voteii unnn-
rwinusly to opiW him from the Prcs-
t vterfan 'hurrh for having prfochod
' ilurlng bin auaiHnlin In n church of
i -Hither ilenomlnntloii.
The action of the Kansas Prowtiy
I tttf left Itev. Mr. Murke-- nowi-HCus
to ctmiply with the edict of the Je -,
ark t'lnssl and the CnBslstory Inime
i illately rallied his dSfetlSS, Trie
! minister Buys that he will take inn
matter of his deposition from the
Presbyterian Church before the tlfn-
eral Assembly of that church In I'hi-
capro In September. Meantime, how-
ever, he must leave Christ t'hurch on '
E& j. ni. th consistory stands tMe's Witness Savs Money in
behind him and their support will re- " J J
ult probably In the withdrawal of
Christ Church from the Newark
AND PAID GUNMEN
The Itev. Perclval if, Marker, pns-
).... ..I fl.rlat lrnr.,r..l I'V,,., I, V-
T klaalnjc bee bur.zea merrily In.!..,. ... , i i Ma aaavM.
l, , M 'or a uispuio wnicn inreatens to ejiiu
ProY. l-afayette Talbot will not Itfe. awut rtaata r iu tmA taw.
til Whether he hug.,! ,nd kissed form4 rhur,.n an1 p,,,,,,, rauw,
ra. Anna Berndt of No. 704 Grand ,h. . ,
inwi, n oik) Ken.
Prof. Talbot la principal of Public
ol No. 8 and Mrs. Berndt la a
llbwoman there. But the prlnri-
has been suapended
Church, the biggest church -In New
ark of this denomination. Members
of the Consistory of Christ Church
I have announced that they will stand
j, wm.vm w, oe ,,earn Dy h ordered them to dismiss, even
! Education on next Friday ' tnoUtn mf.an. the br,.aMn of re-
Mlas Charlotte Haddenhorst,
.teacher In the school, llvlnat at No.
1U4 Oarden street. Is reputed to have
l It all. Mrs. Berndt was clean-
In a window . In one of the' class
ns and the charge is that the
PCtooipal, coming upon her unawares,
h lined and kissed her. Miss Madden-
II horat was putting on her hat In the
r teacher' dressing room adjoining and
f wltawaed the deed.
When an attempt was made to see
tax teacher this morning the way
was barred by Actual Principal Miss
Tfou cannot see Miss Haddenhorst.
ah aak). "I think you newspapcr
mea are horrid."
I Principal Talbot was equally mod-
apt. He referred an Evening World
' representative to hla lawyer. Merrltt
.Loan of Jersey City. No, Mr. Talbot
woald not say whether he had done
any kieelng or not. -
Ooorge Lankerlng. President of the
, Hoboken Board of Education, declined
to comment upon the situation. He
JURY TO TRY SCHMIDT
AT LAST OBTAINED
Trial Opens With Address for the
State by Assistant District
The selection of a Jury to decide
"" by their pa.tor. whom the Classis lth te of Haas Schmidt, charged
wan niuruviiiie nmiu jtiiniuviicr, wub
completed st noon to-day before
Justice Davis In the Criminal Branch
of the Hupreme Court. Assistant District-Attorney
Delehanty made his
opening address to the jury In the
The juror are B. Howard Under
hill, engineer. No. liss Park avenue;
Frederick Montgomery, Ice, One
Hundred and Nineteenth street and
the Harlem River; Frederick U Cod
ogun. Insurance adjuster. No. 40
Oramercy Park: Maurice O. Rnetn
stiom, laces, No, 305 West Heventy
flrst street; Arthur I,. Barnsfatber
rtlst. No. f.3 West Thirty-seventh
street; Uoomis . Peaae, civil engi
neer, No. 157 West One Hundred and
Forty-second street: A. Eugene
Brady, treasurer, No. 608 West One
Hundred and Kleventh street; Ern
est F. Ilnrier, real eatatet. No. 115
West Forty-second street; Charles A.
Htermpf. sureties, No.- S0 West One
Hundred and second street; Matthew
A. McDnnals, electrical engineer, No,
452 West One Hundred and Forty-
ninth street; ueorge v, won won ni
clerk. No. Ill West One Hundred
and Fourth street; James C. Hogue
wines. No. 131 Fast Elgbty-aecond
Treasury Was Kept From
Wives and children of striking mall
chauffeurs were left In want while
the union was paving out large sum
to gunmen of the Owney Moxlder
gang, according to John F tlunner,
striker, who turned Mine's witness.
This wa the first evident e Introduced
i to-day In the trial of fifteen striking
' chauffeurs charged with obetructlng
I the passage of the malls, before
Judge Mints In tli I'nlted Htatea
i District Court.
Rtrlk lieneflt were to be paid to
all men who did picket duty, and this
; lieneflt became sadly needed after
, the strike had been in progress sev
i era I day.
' Leader of the union did not heed
the muttering of impoverished fol-
I lower for a time, the witness said,
nd at last a demand was made upon
Timothy Kennedy, treasurer and sec
retary, for an allotment of the treaa-
"Wn've paid It all to the gunman."
Kennedy I reported to have replied.
l-oter on Oeorge MoOrAtfe, on of
the defendants, collected aoine money
on hi authority ns head of the picket
committee, said tlunner, and he and
McOrath spent the money on theatre
tickets Instead of aiding the families
Ounner said that at another ttmo
Kennedy told him that the gunmen
had been paid only I2&0.
Following repeated warning giv
en Col. Trice, attorney for the de
fendant, by Judge Kllllts during
the past few days, the CoMrt ex
claimed at one exciting interval to
day: "You must aay on your word
of honor as an attorney that you
were Ignorant thai your question was
unprofsMional, or I will adjudge you
In contempt of court."
"This I on of those not uncom
mon exhibition of ahyaterlng, or
else you are pitifully Ignorant."
"No man ran say I ever shystsred,"
Col. Trice began, but quickly suhslrf-
A "Hdptng Hand." Extorted
Middle Aged Wnum
ury fund, amounting to T00, or 1100. ed and declared hi ignorance.
THEM com a tin In crow
Ufa whan her
Imoortenl oBSJMf. Tata I
Cried It ( a UM when a wwgean
, fall health and Jor
saga yaa ho-Jd antidpaU fkat tt
Dr. Plcrce FeTorite
Ileal lease is
mi i Or. I
Pteree's Ciiisa I
Sea.e Medisal I
1 tanla tot Jia wba
-f I Mm f ItfiT It la.
hstoful In tk auaKttoa i I
blood aad In reuUa. tte I
sesjsT 9 em rmr tammm mm I
the atreuUtton of the
appear. UapplMM and eonuntiMnt take their plasm
"Tlt case would not be very serious
If It were an ordinary person who was
Implicated. Even If Prof. Talbot had
bugged hto own servant In his own
home It would not have mattered an
much. But here we have a man who
must have the respect of the parents
X.th children, and hla offense Is
I amorally magnified."
j bfarrlH Lan, Prof. Talhot'a at
If "taW' the charges will be denleil.
r lira. Anna Berndt, who mad the
' ttttftwa again sr the principal, was seen
a-r noma. No. T4 Grand street.
, MM ke mtddte-ss-ed arid wnnn
tades. the principal 1 forty-five and
mmm a grown up ram v.
"Did" began the reporter.
"I don't wish to say anything about
cava at ay, Mr. Berndt lntor-
!Ut Pursued the reporter
OU wftl have to see the Board of
Education. I have filed try affidavit
"Oh, then the charges are truer
"Good morning," said the lady.
lations with the Classis.
Hev. Mr Barker has been In Newark
about a year. He formerly was pas
tor of the First Presbyterian Church
of CoffeyviHe, Kan., and was suspended
for a year by the Neosha lrebytery
on Jan. 14. 1013. after statements at
tributed to him In newspaper articles
concerning his dispute with an elder
of the church accused of the lllaKal
kale of liquor, had caused a charge
of lying to be brought against him.
Itev. Mr. Barker came Fast and was
called to Christ Church.
Recently thn Classis took the
matter up, because. It Is said, of in
ternal politics and notified thn Con
sistory that Hsv. Mr. Barker must be
deposed on Feb. 1 next If he could
not then show Credentials of his
sfanding as a minister. Little at
tention was paid to this ultimatum
since Mr. Barker's suspension was
to end automatically on lost Jan. 14,
hut word was received from Iola,
Fans . yesterday that the Neosha street.
UPSET STOMACH, COSTIVE, BILIOUS,
CASCAES TONIGHT DIME A BOX
That awful sourness, belching ol acid
fullness, disstnesi and sick headache
and foul gases; that paia in the pit of
the stomach, the heartburn, nervousness.
nausea, bloating after eating, feeling of
means your stomach is sour your liver
is torpid your bowels' constipated. It
isn't your stomach's fault it isn't indi
gestion it's biliousness snd constips
tioa. Try Csacarsts; they sweeten th
stomsch. remove the sour, fermenting
food and foul gases; take bUe from th
liver and carry oft the constipated waste
matter from the bowels. Then your
stomach trouble is ended. A Casearet
to-night straightens yoa out by morning.
PRICE . 10 CENTS!
.AS CARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.
I Wc Give Surety Coupon Free with Purchases and Redeem Them in Our Own Merchandise
In New York's A Shoooinfl Centre
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Sixth Avenue. 20th to 22d Street
To-Morrow in CNeiU's Store for Dad and the, Boys
A ggJe of ll.U to tt.A0 ahirU, in odd lots and broken
sieg at a clearance prior ia not unusual, but a sale like
this, a tremendous assortment of fine, new shirts with an
ample line of sites in every style, shirts as good
in quality and as snappy in patterns as any you ever saw at $1.M to IC.AO,
on sale at 79c each is so unusual as to he a surnrise and a hsmin nmmr.
t unity unparalleled so far this season, most likely for several seasons
Uur own snort lots 01 shirts are too
small for a real O'Neill sale, so our
buyers went out into the market
and, oh ! the surplus stocks the makers
implored them to buy I But we were
not looking for cheap shirts, we were
looking for genuine, worth-while bar
gains, and a process of qnick elimina
tion soon lost them all excepting
three fine lots, aggregating about
0,000 shirts altogether, in which the
lowest regular price, and actually the
smallest proportion of shirts was II. SA,
and a gooa 9M SlUrt lor 79c IS a ngBSsaasBaBBBBBasaBssi
nighty good bargain. But there are still bigger lots of $1.00 and $8.00
shirts and a generous allowance of $t.SA and $4.50 shirts. The materials
are exceptional too. fine imported madras, fine batiste of a grade woven
expressly for shirts, high grade percales, soma of the most serviceable
shirtings made, soft but durable soisettes, very choice mercerized fabrics
and fine silk mixed goods; all are smart, clean cut
patterns, bold stripes, narrow pin stripes, cluster
stripes and fancy effects on white, light, medium
9,000 New $1.25,
$1.50, $2.00 r $2.50
Shirts at 79c Each
and dark grounds. Pleated or plain bosoms, some
stiff, others semi-stiff and soft finish. French turn
back cuffs or stiff cuffs, some attached, some detached.
All coat models. Hises 14 to 17H- They art made
on the improved custom style specifications, which means a faultless
fit, correct proportions to each site and the snug fit to your collar
hich is tlte best mark of excellent workmanship. We would like to
tell you who made these shuts, they
are houses whose name you would
know. Their shirts are among the
most desirable lines shown at $l.t to
$x.S0 (regular) in the best specialty
men's wear shops. Out, as they
were bought away under standard
prices we agreed that the names
should not appear in our advertise
ments. But this is of small moment
since you have the O'Neill guarantee
that they are good shirts, well made
shirts. $1.6 to N.60 shirts and with-
mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm the biggest value you have seen
in a long time. The sale begins on Thursday and continues Friday and
Saturday. There will be just as fair a proportion of the best shirts on
Saturday as on Thursday, because 9,000 shirts cannot all go on sale at once.
Every two or three hours a new assortment will be brought forward, so that
come when you will, the same splendid values will bo here for your choosing.
Why not get a doaen at once, something like
$80.00 worth of fine shirts for $9.48? You couldn't
beat it anywhere nor at any time.
Fear natraasH MrSsMr free Stub An
15 to $1,000
Inerlett rtWY WeGiveFre
ACCOUNTS OethOl I.OlL A.. O.Ctl
ESPECIALLY St. M-vrv,l Uiu n . -r vrjl
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 14 O'CLOCK
Nmwrnrh, ft; J.. Storm 49 and SI Mmrlmt Sf reef
esrssr sf th. family
IH a iwlntVd bill Is
nil of roar arreut
e-ltheet .stra caantss
VJ aar kind.
r nui-Ri P btams&
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BUY BED ROOM FURNITURE NOW AND SAVE ONE-HALF
We put Chased th entire sample Una mi two Jamestown. N. Y manufacturers, exclusive manufaetu-
- -' v i i a a - . . . . .Is .
. sera a aign graas aaa room furniture at a pries concession which enables us to sou uiwn up jrow
AT FULLY FIFTY PER CENT. LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES
All styles and woods are represented, but only one or two of a kind. Whether you buy for cash or on
credit you will find, by actual comparison, that for durable well-made furniture
OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST
1 Omsm flalsa.
t ftL ,40 MaflkHMI
carrrd tee. with
ltsaa blal attr-
W. aut Ifl fi7
CWgasg!1 ' "
I I: a I m mlml dMln.
Y SO Circassian
wvrk snd flalKh,
hv.lll ilt- mir
ror, 11 lens draw-
H a Uaoinrl v flB-
Uhrtl. rlaw tW. 4
Jarp dratvrrn. 'at
Vil dr w i r, wuod
nahn. larT fancy
n a p ra iriim
Y12S Ma.Mi Y US
PiniaSad a CO 0k
Miff Mr nalUhrd.
tlim. Bfli40 ovaj
hrvallrd plat mir
ror wood knobs.
iald flaUh. 43
, m in. drfp, nr v -
US kva1ld ulsl. mlrr.ir
'it... inn dnftw.r.. hs.
Ilnrd for .llveri ens leag
itrswtr, two rsblaets.
$20 Brass Bed
H I s Illy polishes,
bee. HU Is., two
Isp aad two loss
drawer., hire nav-
IImI plat, mirror.
(loldea ft. Mi. lit
sSa is., with l.rs.
plat, mirror, firs
ftllar rods la
assist firs bsa.r ITTTI I I I II
hood ..a taati II II I Ml
S sS fffi i i w. m m
an ismaakaiBi BiiaffiarsaTiTtui isubmbubtii
ray omh doli.ah. sim
Bsrthlng rou osed to fur
al.h a room comolMotr
sod ws will deliver tbs
Seeds promptly to rear
bom aad vol CAN PAT
TMK BALANCI IN
SMAIX WKKKXT PAT
MBNTS. ..No Club Fos
$1.25 Solid Oak
(l.ldea fUil.li. hish back,
brare snn. ran. seal.
sansptloaaU. w.U mad.
$8 White Enamel Steel Bed
Head 5B la. hUhi fire
baaM rail I
Iai aSalSBtS fadBTaaaaaal B jSaTaVaaJaTai
Lontf White Glove
Tk popular d-saf-
few Unfjih re kit t -j
J I.. - -M al
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fittiag gloves; lbo
Made of an unusus
Emlle Perrln's Gloves
French mad K fi
veil t-noioi at an ft- Jw J pf
etlltnl ratm at the,
vsval frit, $1 Mli . .
One-clasp style, pique sewa;
embroidered backs ia self or
contrasting colors. Black.
white, tan and desirable colors.
.torn at ft. 7.i
grade of soft, pliablr, srr
viresble skin. Tbry rlcsn
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wvau.Mu. V . '(l'Vatll Mala Ua. .1.. Ktmmm
Waists In Voiles, Lingerie and Laces-Odd
Lots and samples All Prettily trimmed, (H y g m
High and Low Necks buttoned Front and ?KJ V J
Back. Value Zip' to $5 00 W m
$1.25 Tailored Waists, 69c
Made of grsy flsnnel; tailored tnodeU; skirt style, in high er
san necks. , wWX
75c Night Robes
Made of Good Cotton, Slip-over Model- tvtlHEm
broidery and l ace Edges' Around Ntck and a sfV
Sleeves rfun with Ribbons Kimono or Elbow S TrC
50c to 75c Flannelette Underskirts, 29c
lluffle, with pink, blue or all-whit, embroidery.
Men's Hosiery; Six Pairs with l Men' 1.28 Medium Weight
Unlimited Guarantee, for $1. so. Wool Underwear: garment. 79c.
New Arrivals Make It Poirible for V In Continue Ihs) (( '
Biggest Glove Sale
of the Year
The fashionable styles and colors, ia s compleU range of
Ise. Never bar you seen such s rcslly big sslc of gloves.
Just out of the mskcr hands; lre.ii, new ana correct
The Big Sale of
$18.00, $20.00, $22.30, $25.00 and $27.30
I the biggest sal sad tbs biggest success in the history
of O'Neill's Ilig Store for Dsd snd tbs Boys. Hitnply be
cause it's the biggest in value-giving.
The WinUr surplus of ftmrnf fttm
York's best manufacturers at a pries
thoi.atth mosi, barely eoters makers'
cart and in most cases is much less.
A Grest Variety of Materials and Styles, including
plenty of chinchilla, in plain and fancy barks. Several
hades of grsy, brown and blue, in the newest models,
English single snd doubie-breested, shawl collar Costs,
belted back, bellows or outside patch pockets, split sleevss.
Ulsterattes. cut long snd roomy, belted nd convertible
or .bawl collar; also plain kersey. In grsy and black, satin
lined, satin sleeve lined, vrlvet collar., coats cut in the reg
ulation model. 4b laches loaf. Fancy Mixtures snd
filain colored cheviot and eassimeres. some fandy back
n the latest models, single or double-breasted; all fancy
back cloths are quarter silk or satin lined aad sstin sleeve
lined; other eoat are heavy serge lined and aatiu sleeve
lined. Hises 14 to 4t; stouts up to 40.
Cash or Credit Buy Now and
Arrange for Payment st Intervals
Silks, Dress Goods
and Wash Goods
Way Below Rtgnlar Prices
tl.M kieh Chilton hroadclolh. S9e
.hade. Mftgf- "d ,-Bk' ' ' raag of the -aoUd
IPrtfdL Canton Silk Crepe. Sfe
St in. wids. is sll lb. choice. t .hsdiog-. also wh.T7.ad klaak.
1.00 Printed Silk Crape. 39c
40 in. .id, la .U tke,ewHff,Cfy
wwassjlsfi5( Ssraed Ttmrn.
1914 Models: 0 f gg
Value 1 1.30: at
In striped gt
top skirt,; color b
2.S6; St S1.S4
hams, in sailor
Odd let of wonWs dkaasaia in .
aite pique flaunaletU and pet-
le. with sailor collar; other, plaia bias
with black piping. Stripe percale witk
watte sr rob
Woven with a rich nap. A large
assortment of O r i a n t u I ar.d
Floral designs to choose from.
Cannot be pur
chased else- A
where ut any-
pWricere nCarOUr $18.75
Royal and Seamless
Values SSt.tO iCeW
Shown in s large range of pat erns.
white embroidery. it Ji Sl.tlU fLKV'
O N.III Mala gtore-Tbtrd Pnsr. r" 111 -T' 'V
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January Furniture Sale
Every piece of Furniture in stock is reduced fjle reductions anging; from
10 to 50 per cent. We mention but three of the thousands that are on sale.
il copies of costly rerstsn rugs.
Hoys) H ilton Hugs sre H feet S 1
wide snd 10 feet in-he. long; the
-f-.-piece Wilton Velvet Russ ars
lest wuic aaa is tact long
different color. Not all uses ii
style. Butymi willfladsUaiusia t be lot.
, OTfettl Mass SMw Tbled WUm.
M 1 : i I i
Stars r.srtb rw. U
. . m - m ' " 1 h- TZ.
Kiactly like tn.- cut. This brass
bed ia msde in all sises and ran be hail
in bright or .alio finish Has t-incb
pillars, I'v-im h lop rods, seven 1
inch filling rods; trimmed with ca.t
ball mouuts. The head is Sm tacbe.
hish and lbs foot is SR inch, high.
Pill sr sre mounted with lares 8-iack
b tap. SplMdid value
I I I II I ' I
Like rat. Msde with t-inck squr
posts; hai five -inth filling rods;
l-inrh top ami bottom rrois lr,
bras. tap., and finished in the
finest baked enamel. fan Ar had
in sll regular .ire.
920 Brass Cribs. 915.00
Kiactly like the illustration. Made
with l-inrh routinuous posts; top
and bottom bar sre 5i-iuh; tbs
filling rods sr. ) inch, aad it is
fitted- with a dusely woven wire
spring: bright-or atin finish.
A Convenient Plan of Payments May Be Arranged.
IA i at ik
! St 40-
Styles for nun sad women. Tap
edge. Americen pier dy Umbrel
las, all made with eight rib psragoa
frsincs, cases and tassels; a farat -sortmcnt
of handles to choose fromt
carved uiisioo and Ebonene, bos
wood. teii-had. Staghorn, etc. ; maay
in me itn nave sterling suvar
aad born frlmmlngs.
O'Neill Meas Slsrs
rf ihs.. wbo HHP lb air balr ta
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K.r Inipemlas th. ManI.Ble;
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Sussat I M for. . ..
A rrssa silpm.st jaT
so.tnrra A.Mrs.ni cell
O Ul-Adams U. Sixth Ave. 20th la BM
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