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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
Save Your Surety Stamps 32.50 in Goods Free for a filled Book (Crocerici Lxcepted) Rinn umnnriiT urn muDinnubtnimAiiif "W 'T In New York's Shopping Centre A Special in the Rengo Belt Corset in a fine mercerized Hroche. Me dium bust with long straight line. $1 Fountain Pens AS FOX-BITER WHEN 14 kt. cold pens, hard rubber cases, some plain, some trim mod, special at 39c ;e rteginariy retailed $6.00. Our m Price . $3.00 O'Neill Main Store Talrd n Ave., 20th to 22d St., New York City onretn u ililltdams lo. CHILDREN ACCUS 6th East Side Crowd Attacks Him in Street Youngsters Miy Blister Themselves. Nnt all the children on Kant Thlrty r.lnth street ran t a word nr amlla from Joeeph Harriet of So 710 Second svenus, who was nearly mobbed by an Infuriated crowd lent nlrht whan two lltilo girls excused him uf bains tha "foxblteman'' when trestmtnt '. children haa aroused the neighbor hood. The, children, playing between Flrat and Sc.. lid avenue. Jostled HarneL Ha laughingly asked what lke. were do ing. They looked t him and began to eresm. 'Tox-blle man! Fox-bile man!" they yelled. A crowd attacked Harnat. They bea.1 him. kicked Him. tiatifcised him. Almost denuded, he broke away ami loot refuse in a roun.l-floor apart man! whoae occupant bolted the door an.l hid him In a alnsst while stones ahowered through the window. Thou sands of persons were Jummlng tiie street when detectives sn-l policemen earn rrom the Beat I u.rt -ilf r. atraet amtlon. The nfllcere had 10 flflit to get Har Mt to a OoVi end there waa another riot at the station houae. Df. Haw kina came from I'ei levin, to attend the readied man. but the crowd stayed until told that Harnet had been locked up. Alter b.'lng Iduntlfled aa a man of gi.ud character, fee waa eav'orted home under guard. Children of the neighborhood have been 'tiling atorles of myetertoua men who dart from hallwaye, urab them, an! rub the bucks uf tti.-lr Manila until UlMori are produced. Theae bllatera they OOil "fus-tiltes." Many bellava the children Mister their own ' .in la aa an excuse to atay ut of school. FLIES 10 THE RESCUE OF A DROWNING MAN ssssasa eAAAAwweeiAeiee)eireieieeAreieAeeieeeeiv Our 45th Anniversary Sale The Birthday lLvent of a Store That Has Served Several Generations , .yv fttt n,nn ,f "r nin"'rrs. grnntlniofliers yen, ovon great -prnnHniot hers - I prices: to servo our customers with honor, fairness and dignity. WVve hron learninf? rvrry year Knew U New s in its fiirlu-r years and called it their store. From t he heginninp the O'Neill how lo srrvt- you bttttr mid HOW, at our Fortv-fifth Aniiiverrnry, we helieve wc have the Best principles were simply buying and selling Trustworthy Merchandise at the lowest consistent Store in America of the clnss that meets the demands of intelligent people. Clever New Suits for the Younger Set: A Strong Special vm :lili ill I ill 1 siii.t.-. aia.T. u $13.75 IN HYDRO-AEROPLAN E Aviator Wald Drags Strohbach Aboard and Brings Him to Shore. Walter Strohbach. twenty-three, and Etwood Sawyer, twenty-four, both of Flattmsh. went rowing yesterday from Sea Cliff, U I. Strohbach. at the oara, fell overboard. Sawyer qul-kly picked up the flopping oara and tried to bring the boat to Strohbach' aide, for rielLhor can awliu well. Sawyer's Inefficiency aa an oarsman about on a par with hl swimming In ability, and he waa ao alow In ma noeuvring tha boat that Struhhao's. chilled by the water of the Sound and weakened by lila efforta to remain afloat, waa becoming much exhausted vrii two men on ahora noticed hla tdfrllt. They ahouted for help. Standing nearby waa Charles Wald, aa aviator, who waa adjusting his hydro-auroplan. Within a f-w minutes lila machine was In sctlun and akiuim'.ng through the water to the rescue). The current was ao etrong that Wald, for a moment, doubted whether he could settle his machine In lime to save Strohbach, wl o hed sunk a aecond time, K he threw out a life presurvsr. whk'ti 'lie man in the water waa abla lo each. This kept Strohbach up until Wall gut to hint. The Imperilled man was ! lifted upon the hydro-aeroplane. Then the aviator Hew with hint to shoi. i where a physician Hum the Olenwood Country Club attended him. Seiwver rowed to snore and assisted his frier. 1 10 the latter! boarding hnusa. To-day is t'.ie flrat day of registra tion. If 70a do not regleter yon can not rot. Registration booths will open at 7 A. M. and oloss at 10 . M. ARREST GIRL WHO GAVE BAD "H0FFST0TT" CHECK. I.oh (ilaer Accused of SwinJle, L'jins Njinc uf the I'itb imrh Millionaire. THKNTON. Oct 11 -lols fllaser. s u.ing wmm about n'.nete.m years old, who aald she wus Mrs. lt .xy Wells .if Springfield, U., Is In the c..unty Jail here In de'sult of M.500 bail, on chttrx nj of 1 i.ik tried tn pass a che. k to which 1 ha nam of Frank N. HofTstott, '.he mjlllonslr I'lttihnrg batikor, had been furged. At her third attempt she was arrested The police telephoned lo 1'lttaburgh and were told that the eheck was a forgery and the women was a swindler who hal alBo been operating In Pitta , burgh, llarrlshorf and Philadelphia Hoffstatt Said to Have l.nat aSO,IMH ' Tbroagh OtVli flTTflTOTWi Oct tL Mr. Hoffgtotl refused to talk of the case In detail un til he hss learned Just how far Lola Ulster haa gono with his signature, l! was ssld st his office, however, that Mr. Koffstott hss heen flee d of KtQ.flon by the girl last summer, when aha posa-l aa an actress and said she was a panic, ular friend of the banket s. Mr. lloff stett declared he knew nothing abiut th. woman until Informed by detecthes that ana waa forging his name. la.ra Misses' Satin Lined Serge Suits, $19.75 Lined throughout. Made with vest of broad cloth. Colors are navy, brown and black. Sines 14, 16 and 18. Girls' Plain Tailored or Trimmed Coats, $3.95 to $8.95 In cheviots, mixtures and chinchilla. Some arc lined throughout. Sizes (! to 14 years. For Misses' New Tailored Suits Two Models -and a Smart New "Johnny" Coat of Chinchilla. How well we know that the smart young lady of New York town is the moat exacting creature in the world in her apparel, and we know quite as well that once pleased she is the most charming and enthusiastic in her appreciation. We have studied her in her many moods and we have specialised in meeting her outfitting needs. We understand her if she can ever be really under stood from our point of view. We have outfitted her for years; we have pleased her always. We know just what she wants that' it! Misses' Satin Lined Suits Two distinct models like illustration. In broadcloth and serge. Well tailored, lined throughout with satin. Colors navy, black and brown; $ sizes 14, 10 and 18; special 13.75 Misses' Smart Johnny Coats Mode of Chinchilla, in gray and navy; sizes $ 15 to 18 years; special Ij.i D O'Neill Main Htor. -Third Fleer. Women's New Neckwear Saturday Opportunities You Must Not Miss The newest ideas in neckwear that Fushioii is constantly evolviiuf b(tr .here and abroad. Every siniirt woman pays scrupulous JtYcitTloii to her ncckweur nowadays. There are so tiinriv new ilimitv hIkI elite snfeWta in the notilllar CVC ItlHt 11 really is surprising for how little one may wear just the simplest apparel and with a fett hing bit of neckwear give it tnai ucngm- fullv smart air so antra Die. 3 to S5 Sample Neckwear, si. 98 About UM pieces of Sample Neckwear, romprisint! fichus of LiSfN snl princess lace and pwassss or sailor t iillars. I pare is only ODC of ii kind of most models. The Ion est price ou rCOOfd for Ibis Neck- $1.98 0c Chemisettes at 39c each Made of thiidow lace, in square lad long effects Some Specials at 50c Robes pierre collars with attached jabots, low or standing collar: slrevelras Ruimpes, tailored stock , pique vests, satin vrss, etc DUC O'Neill Main Htn Guimpca of Shadow and rittrtd Nets. Made with full k-nglb :,, e e v e , !1.00 .o 1.75 And these at 23c Chemisettes of shadow luce, Kobespicrre collars. Hutch collars, linn. I rmbroid- ered BjrOB collars, etc DC First tloor. Jutt to Prove thai the Good Style in O'Seill'i) Millinery It a Matter of Clever Designing and Sot of Price We Will Sell 200 New Trimmed Hats at$6.50 Such as We Would Usually Sell at $8.50 and $10. aaai X s WW ill ilMir I i s , ft flat tli.it whs not imarts no ti impress Upon I RadCross j- Cough Drops. $6.)0 Kvery women knows that a smart idea in i hat is squai it v that price has nolliinc to do with. She knows that a hundred dollars could be put into a hat without making on she would J smart. She knows, too, that often the simplest unci least expensive hat, with an idea, is the smartest. She would wear n smart hat villi pleasure, no matter how little it eost, but she would not wear a matter how miieh it cost. Wry simple facts, but we put them hen your mind that livery Hat We Show Is a Hat with a Smart Idea Smart New Hnts for Sfc.SO nd suet clever Imts' Paris and rw York ideas working tOfathtfi cer one diffeicn. jauoty, hie, iIhsIiiujj, demure models, some jtn.t laUelly ruki h. but tSVtr MtCatatloua Ths newest ones ure uf silk plush, modlsbly triouncH w ith fancy feathers, Winn brrasta ostrich, etc., etc. 'Mure ure Illustrated. Only St. 50 jut) for Sulurdny O'Neill Main Hlure. Sreoiul llm . S'JU SI. Klet Blor.. O'Neill-AmmsCq IK Sixth Av 20th to 22d St.. New York Cily. I PL IOC The Opportunity of An Hour That is probably all the time it will take to sell this lot of 2000 Pairs Women's Fine Lisle Thread Stockings 23c Standard 30c Quality Sizes 8j and 9 Only Excellent quality medium weight lisle thread, high splieed heels, double knees and soles. Hluek only. O'Neill Mala SUra West Flaer. Ribbons Ribbons Everywhere! Louest Prices at(VeilVs 6K-inch Moire Ribbon, in every desirable color VallM 85c. at 19c yd. Satin Taffeta and Moire Ribbon, in white, pink MX( blue. Value 80c, at 25c yd. 4 to 5-inch Dresden Rib bon, in light and dark combina tions, 19c yd. 3 1 2-inch Dresden Ribbon, combiua- in lifrht and dark tioiis, 25c ner vartl. O'Neill Main Nturn l ir.l i li.or Women's 1.00 Union Suits W bite Ribbed j Union Suits, various si vies, in medium I weights that will give exact y t he 7 5C rinht protection and I comfort in the cooler days. Value 11.00; Hush Out Trice J Women's 50c Vests. Heavy weight Cotton Fleeoed N'est.s in.. i Tights . slue 30c, at 39c Women's 39c Vests and Pantj. White Ribbed Cotton, medium weight, neatly trimived; value Mi'c, at 23c Children's 50c Union Suits. White ribbed, high neck, long sleeves and ankle length; value 30c, at 39c I'MsUI Main store I Irx Hour. Lined Up for the Greatest Saturday of the Year Fine, clean, new stocks of the snappiest clothe America pniduees, style in every inch of them; a full array of the latest models, as Well as the conservative effects- -everything that a well-dressed man could desire. And a value-giving proposition that is with out comparison in America. Men's New $18 to $22.50 Suits and Overcoats at For Business English Model Sack Suits, new fancy cheviots and cas simeres. New Double-Breasted English model suit, high cut J vests. Conservative 3 - Button Sack Suits, in fancy effects, checks, plaid, stripes, plain colors, navy blue and black. Overcoats in all correct styles. For Morning Cutaway Coats and Vests, known as the morning or afternoon walking suit, the new two-button model, in Oxford, gray and black. Overcoats, silk faced regu lation coats, in black and grays, or big belted over coats, in bold fancy effects. 18 to 125 f fr Values at $1Z.DU For Outdoors lit CASH OR CRLDIT Buy Now Pay Later Open an Account on O'Neill's Club Plan. !For Afternoon Regulation Frock Coats anil vests, known as I'rincc Alliert. Made of fine black thnVt, new double breasted effect. The Cutaway Coat and vest is also correct for after noon. Overc oats. regulation models, in black and grays. 18 to 2S j fffk Values at $14WV I For Evening The Latest Norfolk Suits, in cheviots and cashmeres. Overcoats, heavy belted back coats, storm coats, regulation over coats, raincoats, etc., all correct effects. 18 to 25 Values , at $12.30 all Full Dress Suits, the newest cut, wool black thibet.s, silk faced. Tuxedo Suits, silk faced black tllibet, newest model. Overcoats, regulation black or dark gray overcoats, silk faced or plain lapels 18 to 20 values at $12.50 Clerical CoatgrVcits Standing Collar eliect, sacmie or frock style, vest fastens up to the nee, . Made of fine all wool black thibe'. Overcoats, black or durk grays, n various models. It to 125 f fTfl Values at V $laftDU O'Xelll'e Stare for Had and the Bare. rarateaare. IHrer t ream the stre.1. Boys' $5 Navy Blue$ 35 Serge Suits I 5' In all wool navy blue serge, Winter weights, made up in the newest models of double-breasted, St rfolk, sailor and Russian styles; the douli'e breasted are the new 3 -button style; Norfolk are single-breasted, box plait, with yoke; sailor and Russian suits are the regula tion models, with large sudor collars, trimmed with white braid; trousers of suits are full lined; suits are full cut and perfect fitting and well tuilored; sizes in lot range from ii lo 17 years. Boys Two-Trouser Suits Hoys' TWO TfflMSf Suits of wool; value 0 OO, st $4.35 Hoys' To Trouser 1-or' duroyaad Cas ilwsri tlaitti salus no, at $4.35 lioys' Two- Troussf Wool Cheviot Suits, fancy materials; .sin.' $.1 III), at $3.30 Boys'Iurnishings-SpecialBargains Boys' to Ifl Until Itobes, si.rs Boys' lAc Quyot Huspendan . 9c Boys' II mi to II ah Pajamas. sc Boys' iOe lllu Haras Caps Sue Boys' ,50 I nil Hut oac II. V 7.1 BloUM Waists 45c Boys' HA S. boo! Waists 17c O'Neill', .lure fur llail ami laS llots. Men's $2.50 Hats The Newest Styhs in f qt both Soh and Stitf Hats, f tyl J Stiff Hsts All tbe leadiag ibapcs ia Krenvb, Kaglish aad Amrriraa makes. The 'smhridge with low crown and wide brim, rydctlrd aad with wide guard. The Lafayeltr, high crowo with as r row trim, the latest French creilioa, just the hat (or tha smart dresser. The Itelay, Retteitoa aad Tioga, America's bast; aiad light weight, sell conforming tn It any shape 'irad. lilsrk only. Soft Hsts Shu i.s' Telescope, Trooper, and Tourist. Colors in gray, drown, hlark, steel, nutria anrl Ovford. Newly Imported Vaiosjr Hat peail, fsg. nutria, olive and black, at Colors: Seal brown, got den browa. So. 17, and SH values. '4.00 O'Neill', st.ee fee Oa4 aad the Ho,.. Shirt Sale A Special Lot That Generally Sells at $1.00 to $2 00 Lach Six Shirts, $4.00 Made of imported madrns and fine percales, in light and dark grounds, viilh neat itlipM and figures. Well made. gtHxl fitting ihirtS, ple.itetl or plain bosoms, etiat models, cuffs at tached, fine oearl huttous. All sir.es. 69c tea's II.M to - rajjasjas ut 89u Miu'. II M Paiatt fUnael PajamaM at 89c. Men . 7Ji PoBJai Klunnel Night Shirts at 4ic. Mi u , $4 00 llliinkrt and Terry Rath Kobss at 12. 1. Msa'l laVM Coat Sweaters at 13.35. O'Nrlll's Htor. for Had and Hie Mo,.. Introductory Sale of Men's High Grade Shoes occuHion, winch tditis mens perfect, new ga. nn warn as s gf SB Bl y m iuu A very specia Autumn shoes of stundard 14.00 ii grett Sut unlay sul- itl, puir mid .."j.0( grades; for Men's $3.00 Dress Pumps $2-00 rat en i usai sr or Km' metal call' lowered the nrkie fortius sneciaJ oeeasion more for the purpose of im pressing the quality and style of these shoes upon the minds f hundreds of men rather than the mete satisfaction of offering a bargain, it's an interest" ing sale both ways. Included arc the eomiiiou tent low 3 Straight heel model with blind eye lets opula among well dressed men all over town. Our extensive stock Include) all sites and all leathers Blaek gun meted, calf, patent eolt and russet oalfi To-morrow, pecial at $3.00 Men's 6 and 17 Shoes limited lot of what c consider the finest Men's Shoes made, the product of one of I Newark's largest manufacturers 3.85 O'Neill'. Mass lor Had and Hie II..,. Surety Stamp Coupons With All fmcha.cs Q .awawa, ONeiul-Adams S O Sixth Av., 20th to 22d St. New York. Citv ao 9 ' w PSS nlit UV' irf I is .VI (Slej van : 't a