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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913,
KING GEORGE WEEPS
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SCOTT AND HIS MEN
Other Notables and Throng in
London Cathedral Also Give
Way to Emotion.
SERVICE MOST SOLEMN.
While It (iocs on Children in
Schools With Bowed Heads
i Hear Deeds of Explorers.
IOJOON. Keb. ll'.-KIng Oenrge of
nam nil wept HIMBMMd) the Louis of
the Admiralty, Cnulnrt alinlstr end
the brilliant;. unlfUmiai nirmb:rs oi
the Mplomntlc Corps of all the MtloiM
9t the earth let the t-ars course down
their Ph-ks. and ut UMm the vast
Huong crlnl alowl totlav.
don honored dipt. Hubert Kulton Scott
and hl eemradet, tienss of the Antarc
tic In the most Impressive menvulal
eervlce sines the death of UN late King
And tlio wet eyes of people were not
dried by the thought of the little fath
erlrei liny hugging to hi breaet CBpt
Bcott's Inst plOlWI "to Ki.p .faddy
wann." nor of the little widow, at sra
soniowhsro on the I'arlfl 0 an. ner
vously wishing tlint t!io s.ilp wool 1 go
faster, that hc might Ihe aoon.T mcot
her hero husband, unknowing that Bti
lead body lay beneath the snows al
the bottom of t ie world.
Th Mr Ice, lu-ld In hstoric Ut. Paul'i
.'athi-iia'.. ..r.iught together the most
ImpQglhw githiftm: of r. y.ilty, d plo
mat". O.1 .loruiKlied pr.drssional people,
dlgiilturlea Ohin cli anil tUate ami so
ciety no;. i ee th.it Ixn on has teen In
many Java end In Impn-.'.alrencM It w n
,ald th.it the Srott memorial MfVtOtl
aurpraired that tv Id a little lea than I
vear BSO for ttll Vlfltl M of the Tltanh'.
King ileorg- nurroumled by a bril
liantly uniformed staff occupied a seat
beneath the great lomo while the other
parts of the (.'athndral were filled by
the general BeMIe to the fullest extent
of the accomodation.
Only a few seals had been ressrved
for the royal party which comprised
representative of Queen Mother Ale,
stitlra, and of the Dvjkt nd Duchess of
Connaught. Premier Asiulth with all
of the Cabinet Minister were present
with many mtmbe-s of the foreign
diplomatic corps and their attae.'ica
among the latter being Irwin M.
I.aughlln. Berrotury of the t'nlted
State Kinjasay, end Commander Pow
ers iymlngton, American Nsrat At
atche. THOUSANDS UNABLE TO CE
Hours before noon the time set f.
i!u singing of the first ,'iymn "Hock
Afgf" toe .iolice bid riie.4ully i . till
AVJsiV MUiy thousaiids who old n.
even ge; within view of the doors
ho Cathedral. The crvl"0 was
SlBJiptg Ml flolem BBBB,
The I'ean uf St PBUl'l officiated,
ihe aVNAMlBOP 91 i BAtBree'f Mi
oiner CBBrCH it MaiSWld dUBIUU
s en BfBBBBt,
"Hoc!! if Aj(es," aung bv n huge :
chesii al choir oih ti : i the memoi ,.
eervkes, and while lie oand o. IB
lUoidatreAfli UttaNkl BOttlf pisyi i lh
ItMad March from San., Lou ain p. ti
'were ollered for the ao heroes 'II
Joan in FBadlBJ tile OOllt.'t ineiii:j'e
IBBBB of the live no ii by name, ovi.it
IftlM with (.'apt. to dk
Hy the uai.i lh' llrt hy.n.i "a;
ended liieiu was i,ot a dry , in till
! Lath. di al. The Bob of .h. rtlBtlVeS
I of the xp'orers so sleeted IBS mil
I BOngrsVBtlon llMt Dearly e'eryuni'
1MB .. SPIBB nudidy B UM .time the
; assemblage w.i-. uske .;, .n eoiuNusion tu
Join In sloKing: "Jesus, laver of :n
tidul." Many BBOMBB of their emotion
wsre BBjaMi to comply
I Vast ruwOs i inalin d throughout out
laid e t ." Catne Iral and a BI.BI numuer
' of PJriUBB Ijluejackets v.. re present both
Instils mil outside.
STORY OF SCOTT S DEATH READ
TO CHILDREN IN SCHOOLS.
MlBVIIBf ii.i-.oor iii servl e were hbd at
Par ia:no'j'.li, Ijevonpe "t, iliattiam and
olher ra'.a! centres and In many churches
hroughout the hlmrlom. The u!on Jsclt
w at half mast everywhere to-day.
BJmuManeBsUly wlt,i the memoilal In
II I'mil's, the pupils oi every school
.) rough on flreat Itrltaln stoxxl with
wed head at Ihclr desk, while their
BBflBBIB lead to them the story of
apt. BflBtt'B BBJh to t H bottom Of
le world and hi heroic snd patheiV
ealh on the retorn iMirney. The
.aeher i nphaelsed the fact (hat
S.sjtt and hi mates left no word of
oniplalnt. Hy such examples thev
Mild, pr ion's Mnhoori in I sturdy
oavery ghOBl I he pi . pe.nat -1.
iLAZE IN THE BEL WORD
AND NOBODY KNEW IT.
ron.int it Burning Suite Hid to He
Shown by Pimnen Matt
Mo1 j Bcllm.
PoUNPBM Hughes of the West One
lIUBdrsdlll street Station, on stationary
post at Klghty-clghth street and Amster
dam avenue, saw a sudden burst of
llame at 3 this morning from a
story window of the H. Inor I. which
run-' from Klghty-slxth to Klghty-sev-enth
streets, be'ween Broadway and
Amsterdam avenue, Is thirteen stories
high and contains one hundred and ev.
He tapped until Pdllcemsn Croa!:"
came, and they ran over to the BslBofd
and aroused Itohert Vincent, ihe mi pel -Intendent.
The glare of tne tl.im... i
on the Amsterdam iVehug s.d". Bttd
Vincent, deeld ng It w.is In IBB BPBrf
I mem of J. l I'l-Hey. all look an Bit"
! valor to tin ninth Moot.
Mr. DBjHbPi n bath robe and with eyes
heavy with sleep, came to ire door In
ir.sponse to the.r ring. No. he km
nothing of a tire, nor del his wife, h.s
two little g'rls or Maggie, the BBTVUI
tint soon he saw a wisp of smoke con
front the butler s pantry of his ap.irt
1 men I. An alarn nan o-n
hy the time ihe llr
opened tha door the psntry was a mass
The window had heen open In such
a way the fire was carried out the top,
and the Idaae did Bel spre id to other
parts of ihe suite, but d d about :'
MESSENGER BOY. rVr "COP."
BOLD BANDIT AND BULLETS.
At MM PoHd Station Chief Stig-j
Ket Boy and "Op" i:x
OMOAOOh Keh. H A mn leap.-1 Sg
B Wentworth avenue car at Twentv
ii'uth streel vestei.liy and, pointing a
gun at the conductor, r'hbed h'm Thm
!i ten UT IBed the passenger and motr
ii i n ii He )u ited off and start' d to run.
Leo ilurner, i husky Western t'nlon
IBBBBtnEaf Ixiy. BtllBeaSBd the ifT.ilr. He
pursued. A f it policeman pj ned In the
h is. The fat p illce-nnn tired four
I oes nnd h t BoSadPi The stl -k-up man
shot four tl-nes and hit BjOBfldi The fat
policeman srew weary. The messenger
boy kept gaining on the rob'ier. He final
ly ran him down In an alley, grappled
with Id n and dlBBHWBd him.
The fat poll'e'i..'in ame p ifflng up snd
made the irreat i hlef MeWrency sen;
fur the messenger laiy, conpl.mented
him and BBCBPBIed making him a pelB e-
nan and ih- BOlltfBmBfl a messenger
The meenver btf looked ni IBs pM c
Saving without Bacrifiesi, Ub m
that (oca twk as far.
While Rom Coffee. Peaad Tiaa, SSc
nen an l ved sn I
COMPLEXION THORN SERIES
" Beauty' t Guardian
No. 4 Sallow Complexion
'There is t eirdrn in her face.
where roles tnd white lilies ihaw,"
run the old song.
Koir snd white lilies cannot show
ii the kin ii neflected, the pores
clogged snd the skin allowed to be-
co ni ssllow and muddy.
VELOQEN the pure, fragrant emollient, ln Into each pore,
eleanelng. refining and whitening until "roses and whllo lllln show.
A week's seslsmatlr use. a Ira
Better ths. cold ereem Iff .r'KZ,.Wi. 1. PWBIlIM-
yVm T N rvrw YORK'S A SHOPPING CFNTRE f"
0 Neill-Adams Cq
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street. New York City
Tomorrow is the Last Day oi
This Sale of New Pianos
HPOMORROW at 6.00 P. M. this remarkable sale of Pianos and Player Pianos
A comes to a close. There were one hundred and forty instruments in the sale
Tuesday morning. By 6.00 P. M. tomorrow night we confidently expect every one
will be sold. The great majority of these fine pianos and player pianos are absolutely
new. A few had been used for demonstrations on our floors. No old pianos, no pianos
taken in exchange, no patched-up "bargains" were included. Every one, excepting
the few used for demonstrating purposes, is a new, superb, guaranteed instrument.
Tomorrow marks the climax of five days of wonderful piano values. Make it a day
of fond remembrance in your home by taking full advantage of the opportunity.
Special terms as well as special prices prevail.
AUT0PIAN0S, Hazelton Upright & Grand Pianos
And Other Fine Makes of
$475 AUTOPIANOS, at . . $410
(May be purchased at 2 per week)
$475 AUTOPIANOS, at . . $430
(May be pu.cha ed at frl per week)
$565 AUTOPIANOS, at . . $475
(May be purclia ed at $10 per monih)
$.580 AUTOPIANOS, at . . $475
(May be purchased at $10 per month)
Pianos and Player Pianos
$450 Hazelton Upright Pianos, at
(May be purchased at $0 per month)
$550 Hazelton Pianos, at . . .
(.a.v be purcha ed at $10 peg month)
$0.50 Hazelton Pianos, at . . .
(May be purchased at $10 per month)
.$750 Hazelton Miniature Grand Pianos,
(May be purchased at $1.5 per month)
New $350 Pianos and $550 Player Pi;
THESE are two of the most remarkable piano values at their regular prices we have ever knawn.
prices and terms on them that enable you to make a purchase of utmost worth at a very low
comparative price; and the terms are of such perfect convenience that any one can meet them easily.
The $350 PIANOS are marked tor this sale at . . . $248.75
We liave fixed
The PLAYER PIANOS are marked at
Tt'ese instruments are manufactured throug1 oit in tlie most work- All the first payment that is required on either
manlike manner. They are of standard size, the liass strings are full is $5. Then you are only asked to pay $1.26 per week on the
COppir wound, and every piano is guaranteed for a long period of years, piuno, or $2.00 per week on the player piano.
If you have any thought of purchasing a piano within the next year, it will pay
you well to come to this sale tomorrow and understand thoroughly the magnitude of
these offerings. Our piano department has done such a wonder
ful business since its inception that we must make alterations to
give it more space. That is the pressing reason for this sale just at
this time. Tomorrow will be a red-letter day in many a New York
home. This opportunity to purchase new pianos and player pianos at real
reductions will Be embraced hy scores of people. Consider it your opportunity.
BocL ol Pi oh g: aphs -I REE
I. II Ul s i si. Hi- Cbbt.li Teasr.
I'h rill- iii Wi Co.,
' . Wk ( it : W
I'ri i iii. tie ycur baud Of piano
hi : , t 1 1 i. br i nin - anil
er i ihiii
SIXTH AVENUE, 20TH TO 22D STREET
Main Building, 22d Street Elevator
ni i . fin. I u I .1 ,
A cold weather food talk
Are you getting 25'! more nourishment
this cold weather than you did in warm
weather ? You ought to.
Many people load up on meats in cold
weather; but they are mostly on the
Meats, with the exception of fat pork,
don't fumish nearly the amount of heat
or energy that the body requires in order
to fight the cold.
Oatmeal is a fine food the year 'round, but its value is
greatest in the cold weather, because it furnishes in almost
exact proportion the tissue-building properties that the body
needs, and an abundance of heat and energy.
But to get the full benefit from oatmeal it must be properly
cooked. That means at least 2 i hours.
Why not try H-O? It requires only twenty minutes' cook
ing in your kitchen. This is because we cook it, before you
get it, for over two hours, at a temperature many degrees
higher than boiling point.
You don't know the delicious possibilities of oatmeal until
you have tried H-O Oatmeal
Try it tomorrow. , ,
Pjy A0k he only steam-cooked 1
A package makes
T he H O Company Buffalo. N.Y.
Makers of H O.force.HPrBIO.
L. R. Corsets
I : .
"We must have now things, even though the world
coal .-tin no more," says Paris.
Every woman knows ju.st how important her corsel
is to her,
Eveiy woman will wish to see the Spring fashions in
tailored gowns ami evening clothes but before she
chooses, in justice to herself, she will first see the new
Almost n dozen different new styes of L. R. Corsets
are now in the Wanamaker Corset Salons. They have
much of the charm and grace of Spring.
Some are longer, some are a little lower in the bust,
all are comfortably light.
3, 4, 15 and HI for the latest arrivals.
1 to $10 for models in good style.
The Dancing Corset, $3.50
is one of the most comfortable of corsets. It fuM inales
every woman who tries it on.
It is more like lingerie than a corset.
Yet it is not too light to give the oorreet lines.
C. B. Corsets, $1
Models usually $1,00 and Hi hut secured by special
purchase to sell at this low rate.
Curset Salons, Third Hour. QM HUk.
Corset "Seconds," 50c
Regular 75c and $1 qualities, and so nearly perfect,
that it is hard to find a flaw. Excellent shapes.
Subway Flnor. OM Mllf,
ly and Slat e.