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THE IVIVIRO WORLD, MONDAY, MA10H ft, 1914.
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Inf-milty of () manager I !
FlM Haiti ir. nnlley Circus at Ms4l
SOS Sqimm Cnnlttn ban all lb old
In tin attnuKiihrrr with 114 drora
UOM) ii ttl. In adilltlnn. presents th
vrry fcHjnl ttilnar In Ilia rr-n Una
thiil DM rvrr been attmptHl.
Thin Ih tli" SeeeUMlS "Tha Wlaenl
I'l-lmn of Arnhla," WMst nna tha
I Talk noun avl"ti(l'tri Tho writer
C rc . alia thf early rffnrt of cirrus tnan-
hkitm In tho BfatMll Una. They am
tn tin- lln mum A li:illy iirraantntlon
SJS ii wui'il i'ii lu a inujitrpt' In olla.
Probably li WnitUns bate apnnt
mini' nio m y on tlio iw uf tha bIIM
In "Tha Wliaid J'rlnra of Arabia"
Not tha least IntaraaUna thin than would covnr tba antlra extienee
about tbo narnurn ft Ballay lr. u i uf oiiilpli one of tba old Uma pro-
It tba way thos RltiaTlUag boyi put
a new fees nn an oM tin Irmmi-nt
want Oriental all
tha erenes ara full
Gorgeous Opcning Sjvvtac
Feature of Performance
Hull of Marvels.
erery yoar. In Ita aaat ntlaln MM MK
clrcua muat be like unt'thT iiti'l. see
aon attar aaaann, tn general eharac.
tar of tba parformaix o muat run In n
at tToove. The pulillr aspects u dr
ew of to-day to be at leaat ram la la
aaat of tba clrcua of a soneratlnn ago.
But aa unbaoired clrcua wouM die
a Ita wheala In about tba tblrd an-
iluittluiia uf '.ha kind.
A SMASHING ASSAULT OF COLOR
only ii In the uudlenca on Bat-
Urday nlifht Who had read tha book of
tba ptOOt SONM k i i in., re than a paaa-
Iiik Moa of what tt wan all about. I
but the rent uf the people enjoyed It I
fVOt the rami. Oulalde of the Hippo- I
drome there haa never been dleplayed '
In New York aucb a smaablnf aaaault
of Ufa and Are. The caeoade of yel
low, purple, green, scarlet, blue and
white rolllnt down the terrace onto
k- mtmmm. it,, ..ImJ. IwA.lhtra . f
' the lenirth of the arena la nothlna
I abort of thrlllliur
: flirts, stria, girls, hundrede of alrla,
! rarbed In every known hue-end eotne
tbat appear to be new to the eye -1
literally pour Into tba view of tha
audience. The color oontraate are
violent, aa clrcua r on treat muat be,
but In tba wbole there la harmony.
And the droning muolo In minor
chorda la an integral part nf the pint
tbe muelo and motion and meaning of
tenta forming a puem of the aawduat
end canvas. If you don't eee thla
InninnliigrephKi rainbow you are su
ing to mlee eooiel hlng worth while.
There la another feature of the
api'ctacla worth remomberlng. It wu
thought out and atagnd by an Ameri
can, Alf T. Rlngltng, and every Item
of the t'oatumlag; nnd equipment waa . wilklna of
oreatea witnin a radius or two nuina
of Madlaon Bquare Uardon.
TO CHER OLD FOLKS,
SHE'LL CALL AT HOMES
AND PLAY CARD GAMES
Brooklyn Woman Has Plan
Brighten Uves of Those
Who Are l.onelv.
To keep old folka cheered up by
playing old-fashioned gamea with
them la tbe ambition of Mr KmMy
Hutli Beaoh. Her Idea la
I to drop In fur an hour every day al a
MEALS HIT BACK? DYSPEPSIA, GAS,
SOUR STOMACH? PAPE S DIAPEPSIN
Try it ! In five minutes indi
gestion goes and stomach
Time it! la five minute all ntumarh
dartre gene. No indigent ion. heart
hem, aournee or belching of gee. arid or
lessiatlsae of aadigeated fond, no dlssi
nee, bloating, foul breath or headache
rape' Diapepain is noted for ita npenl
la regulating upeet stomachs. It it the
eareat, qaioaeat atomarh doctor in the
whole world, and beatdea, it in harinlm
of men and women now eat
their favorite food without fear they
know it in nrrillean to have a bed stomach.
Get a large fifty-cent caae of Papa's
Din pep. in from any drug ttore and put
your ntouach right. Stop being miner
able life la too nhort you're not here
long, o make your etay agreeable. Kat
what you like end digeat it; enjoy it,
without feat of rebellion ia tbe atomarh.
Tape' Diapeptin belong in your
home. rhoulil one of I be family eet
'mrthing which doesn't agree with
them, or in the cee of en ettack of indi
gention, dyapenaia, gaitritia or atomaeh
derangement, it ia bandy to give iaatant
M OUAIN TRIANQULM OF
IN riVC MINUTES.
SETT 1X3 UPSET STOMACHS
arge 50 cent case
any drug stopf.
The elege rererred to above, ex
tending from tha maaalve eoenlc eet '
at the Fourth avenue end of the Oar
ilen over the three rlnga and tha two
atagea for perfunnera, looka to be.
and m. a permanent affair. Hut It la '
capable of eepuratton, aa la aliown at '
the conclusion of the apectaole.
TAOE TORN OUT FOR OTHER
I a Kiaiuu 1 1 uai ui iuiuj in uiwrn
1 brlnga Into view hordaa of buaky unl
I formed worker They grab tbat
at age and tear It to piece In Jig time.
I It la a tremendous Job, but performed
' without a loat motion. While tha
freaks are parading around tba hip
podrome arena and, by the way, tbe
ahow haa the handaomeat and moat
a ha paly giant we ever saw the rings
are cleared, and out oomee the troupe
of performing elephants.
Harry Mooney, J. J, Dooley and
J. K. Clark make thoee elephants do
tricks that a trained dog wouldn't
have been asked to perform a few
years ago. When yon see a couple
of elephanta da not as; the hesitation
waits, and apparently enjoying It, you
are aeelng something;.
One Joaepbaon, said to be an Ice
lander, gives a remarkable exhibition
of agility In eelf-defenae. Than the
clrcua opens up. Regiments of gym
nan la, tumblers, acrobats, riders and
trapete performers, who go halfway
across the Garden In one leap, flit on
and flit off. A section of the Wild
West holds tbe attention for a time.
A human fly walk head downward
on the face of a mirror suspended
under the roof. A beautiful white
horse noses aa a living statue, with
one of his front lega draped oyer hla
mane. Bird Mellman, an aaqubrttely
graceful girl, tangoes on tha tight
wire. The Davenports, the Bt. Leon
and Rlla Drodna and Fred Derrick
tide bareback. A lively dwarf does
a riding act that la a scream. And
up In the air, to waits music, the big
troupes of trapeaiata exhibit the
poetry of motion.
Clowns! a bunch of 'em. and right
up to the minute, making a big fea
ture of burlesquing the dancing erase.
But the apectacle la the new thing,
a clrcua In Itself.
home where grandpa or grandma
gate little amusement and to pluy
pinochle, ar even poker, with them, or
rook aorae little dainty or, la fact, da
anything In reason to make them feel
they are atlll part of a pleasure-loving
In her home In Twentieth avenue,
I near Eightieth atreet, Mrs. Wilklna
yesterday explained ber purpose,
"I read some time ago," she said,
I "of a woman who goes around to pee-
pie's hiiuaee and sings and plays mu
I alo to cheer them up. I can sing and
I can play music, but I am mora ex
I pert In playing gamea, the old fasb
( loned card gamea whist, pinochle,
i rrlhbage. Napoleon, hearts and
i em hre. I play checkers, backgam-
mun and rheaa, too. I learned them
! ell when I waa a girl In Kngland,
and every game I buva named la or
vnluo in cheering up old folk who are
loft to their own reeources.
"Where there are lonely children I
could amuse them by playing obll
"It Is a hard experience to grow
old and solitary, with no one to cheer
you up. No matter how much affec
tion children have for parents, tbe
latter, owing to olroumataaoea, are
ofton left too much to tueinnelvea."
A good tone is of supreme importance in a piano
and a reasonable price is equally to be desired.
The Waters Piano and Player-Pianos offer
both; a good tone and a reasonable price.
The Waters tone is very sweet and musical, with
a fine singing quality, and the Watere prices are
very reasonable, but in the interest of true economy
and not at the sacrifice of quality.
Also the Waters 3Year System gives you three
years' time on a piano without interest or extras.
Call and let us demonstrate what we claim for
the Waters Pianos and Player-Pianos or send postal
for catalogue with reduced prices and terms.
Horace Waters (Si Co.
"A Btblt Worth FerMlBf"
PIMT TH1NO In th mem leg - L Arr THINO
m nag (ii, int in miuin
thoroughly with few dre-pa
01 vuvb in warm wairr.
Weell) v ta1h m a ear start hrtatti
and n clean mouth art th
H no eal la gsattrr an 4
atrangth aeeM esaWfraf.
OEO. BOROPELDT at CO.
York Caiease Sea Pi
THERE is no taste i
so fastidious, but
that it can be pleased
with some one of
ra many products.
SU my lUnf Oraggtat
ghV Stare la Greater New Tack
134 Fifth Ave., near 18th Street.
127 W. 42d St., near Broadwav
"v?!!! P Evenings)
254 W. 125th St., near 8th Ave.
Five Million Men
Th BUdee i
CflWtes 8ftv Ofr
All lent er fenad article aa
vertlaed In Tha World will be
ll.ted at The World's Tu fi i MS
ttea Bnreao, PullUer BolMlac
Arcade, Park Bovi World'
I plown Office, northwest cor
ner AHth at. sad Broadway t
Werld'a Rarlaas Office, IBS
Wert 12.1th St., and Werld'a
BroeUyn Ofrice, ana Weaning
tan St., Brooklyn, for 30 day
fallowtag the prlattag of tbe
km Wmf3Sk ' j1.
ygfj gaasy ljaT?Baey iB
BB BBS 1 9r Vm.
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$10,000.00 FAILURE !
Stock of Joseph H. Monahan, Lynn,
Mass., Sold to Me for Cash
Some flrne wtthln the past two months the tailoring world of New England was startled with the information that Joseph
H. Monahan of 31 Monroe St., Lynn, was going into bankruptcy. For sixteen vears he was noted as one of the most prosperous
tailors in New England. From all the information I can gather his average price was around $30.00 for a suit, and from that up
to iu.uu, ana wnen me appraisers pucd a value ot J5.800 upon this stock and fixtures, 1 do not believe they did it justice 1
contend right now, as a growing business, with the store dressed up as it was, this complete backshop and workrooms, manufac
turing plant throughout, situated at 31 Monroe St., with his immense stock of woollens and large clientele was easilv worth
There Isn't a yard of goods In this stock that should be sold under $2S.oo for a suit,
all clean, perfect merchandise. The only inducement that could tempt me to purchase this
5tock at this time was the great difference between its actual value and the price for which
They were willing to sell for spot cash. My representative bought these goods and turned
them over to me. Before 1 ever assumed ownership of these goods my check had been
I stand, to-day, overloaded with stock. This immense buy must be cleaned out in the
next two weeks. Buying out the stock last week of a wholesale clothing house, this stock
Monahan's blue serges, black unfinished worsteds, fancy worsteds of all colorings
and shades, sold by him at prices of $30.00 and upwards, my price, suit to order,
TROUSERS sold by Monahan for $6.50, $7, $8 y
and up, irrespective of price NOW
In thts stock is a p-eat quantity of made up suits, overcoats, odd coats, odd coats and vests, that 1 want cleaned out. I should judge there are
almost two hundred of these garments. Most of mese made up tor cust(mers by Mr. Monahan's help, and as far as I can leam they sold for prices around
Monahan's uncalled for suits, $8.00. Odd coats and veK M.oo. Odd coats, f.2.00. Odfl trousers, some made up as high as $8-$9 $3.50. A great
number of bicycle trousers. These are fine quality cassimercs, with invisible belts in; ide, suitable for knkkCTbocker pants for young men and boys,
probable cost, H3.50. While they last, Soc. Odd vests, 25c
This is a great opportunity for my old customers. I want to assure them that everything I say In the above ad. Is absolutely true, and whether
you need your suit in one month or two months, come In and pick one or two suits out of this lot. No old chestnuts, all brand new colorings.
MITCHELL, The Tailor
Black MLied Worsted, Monahan's P.cbable Price, $30.00 My Price, '15.00
Floe Blue Serges Monahan's Probable Price, $30.00 My Price, '15.00
81k Mixtures town's Probable Price, $30.00 My Price, '15.00
Black and Biua Clays Monahan's Probable Price, $30.00 My Price, '15.00
Fancy Worsteds Monahan' Probable Price, $25.00 My Price, '12.75
Fancy Casslmeres, Monahan's Probable Price, $25.00 My Price, '10.00
Uncalled for Overcoats Monahan's Probable Price, $25.00 My Price, '8.00
Uncalled for Suits Monahan's Probable Price, $25to$35 My Price, '7,'8,'9
Uncalled for Trousers Monahan's Probable Price, $7 to $9 My Price, '3.50
Knickerbocker Trousers Monahan's Probable Price, $3.50 My Price, 50c
THE 2 1431 BROADWAYte
TAIL OR Stores: 119 & 121 NASSAU ST.
1 l,L-Vl 1 OpenEvemntsTiUf. Setmnlsys Till 1$.
42d and 43d Streets, West of Fifth Avenue
This fine new store just a step from Fifth
Avenue presents pleasing displays of the new
Spring goods, and provides exceptional shop
The excellence and refinement of Stem
Brothers' merchandise is enhanced in interest
by reason of the moderate prices that are part
of the policy of this business.
See the Display of Imported Gowns, Wrapt,
Millinery and Blouses, in the Dreaamaking Salon.
Visit the Oriental Rug Department, Fifth Floor,
and see the fine Amritza Carpets and other
foreign Rugs at Special Prices.
Interesting special offerings, to-morrow,
In addition to the fascinating Assortments of
novelties shown, we are able to present several
groups of most wanted kinds of Dress Trimmings,
at very attractive reductions:
Novelty Banding a and Motif Designs, in crystal, pearl,
rhineatone, jet and colored beads; alto aiik embroidered trim
mings, in black and the fashionable color combinations.
Formerly 50c to $15.50 Yard. at 25c, 75c to 12.50
Waiat and Tunic Garnitures,
m large variety. at 75c, 1.95, 9.75 to 69.50
Floral Trimmings and Sprays, Each 28c to 6.50
Novelty Bead Tassels, in crystal, pearl
and jet bead.
Each 20c to 2.95
..Manufacturers' Samples of Jet Dress Trimmings,
in all desirable atyles and length at Half Former Prices.
We direct attention to our exceptional facilities for
Cold Dry Air
x STORAGE OF FURS
Fur Garments and Oriental Rugs
insured against theft, moths and fire, at very low rates.
Special price concessions on alteration and repairing
work during Spring and Summer.
Draperies and Hangings Stored. Lace Curtains
cleaned at moderate cost and stored free of charge.
Estimates submitted and articles called for upon request.
Telephone: Bryant 6700.
Tempting prices, To-morrow, on new and pretty
Because of an advantageous purchase of first quality
goods, in very desirable patterns:
Cambric Edgings, from 4 to 6 inches wide, Yard 12c
Regularly 18c a Yard
Cambric Edgings, from 5 to 7 inches wide. Yard 19c
Regularly 30c a Yard
Cambric Edgings, soft finish, suitable for corset coverings.
Regularly 45c a yard, . . at 29c
Swiss Edges, 15 to 17 inches wide, for the new effects in
Summer dresses, . . Regular Value 65c Yard, at 42c
Swiss Flouncings, 27 inches wide, in open or blind patterns,
employed in the smartest of the new double and triple tier
dresses, Regular Value $1 .25 to 1 75 Yard, at 69c
Bandings, 2 to 3 inches wide, to match every design of floun
cing Usually 4Dc to 60c Yard, at 21c
Special Prices, To-morrow, on 2,000 Women's
Washable House Dresses
On the Third Floor
The aenriceaole, tastefully selected gowns that are so com
fortable for mourning wear of voile, pique. Unena, ginghams,
rice cloth and crape,
at $1.35, 1.55, 1.78 2.50 and 2.85
Regularly $1.95 to 3.50
Also 600 Cotton Crepe Negligees, in pink, blue, mauve,
navy blue and Copenhagen. , , Specially priced at 98c
A brilliant assemblage of beautiful ant, fashionaMs
from tha finest examples of foreign novelty wsmmt
to the completes! color assortments fa the staple
kinds that every woman wants almost ewery day.
Superior Ribbons for Milliaery, Girdles aad Sashes.
Ribbons of brocaded tinsel, floral chiffon gauze in metallic
effect, embossed velvets, satin and taffeta wipriane. Bayadere
ayai Roman stripes; alio moire, faille and si d Aim; taa
teased, satin lawruerad in black and colors; celend and black
phut ribbasu, with satin ar taffeta back
Ribbon Uitfles, r rings passes. Ungssls Rosettes and
ready-made and aaado la order.
An iramiriag MlWrisa to select faara,
! IT MAKES NO D1EEER6NCB WHAT YOU MEED