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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914.
If I. 5u At p Ke It- in- Star suiter htti vultltud GARNE6IE UNLOADED BURDEN ON MORGAN Lawyer Tells How Happy MiRiiatc Was After Disposing of His Holding fo Steel Trust. 1'IUI.ADKl.I'JIIA, Ool. J. David A. ttnl of counsel for the Htecl Cor poratlon to.flay defended Andew Car nrajU.'s action In dlapoalng of hla In terests lo the Mteel Corporation whin It wu oia-nnUed. Mr. Heed mads the defense, during Ma argument In the United Htatee Dlalrlct Court acalnst ...!,,. f iuin.ro. do nmeare before tli curl n w th vurloua """" ... bte, Mti-tilnc starre merhanlre In tow and bowed lo Ilia plaurllte of the trust. lllude In mute answer to rrlea of "Hpeechl" ha raised his hnnda de- Mr. lleed aslil Mr. t'nrneele hail no "Life" The Biggest Thing In Melodrama. BY CHARLES DARNTON. THAT dynamic forco William A. Ilrady haa set a n atandard for Amerlran melodioma lth "Ufa." It waa ft proud moment for hllu at the Manhattan Opera House on Haturday night whm, after the jaUrlnnly to lit n throat. Knr onru he wa apeechlrss, HI volca hail fotie late the inot, a mol that cheered and ahoutcd anil jelled aa only the real Brady article can cheer and shout and yell. Anylhln for a iilet life l hot nt all the Idea of "Mfe." Thnuh Thompson Iliirliaiinn ordlnatlly la na aentle an author aa ever breathed, h h4 tone In thla lime to raise the roof, urfd on no doubt by the strenuous Ilrady. Occasionally hli I'lny tnUra a roiiveiaallniinl tone that betray weakness of th writing arm 1n a new Meld, yet In eery arena the curtain im ,i.iii Hllh a aood nld-faalilrinril speech that has the true melo dramatic rlni;. If Dennis O'llrlen nnd Tesrlo Mnwlnnla are nut abort In Ihelr erer aa tha familiar lowooinedy pair t.ccaus ni in painmi oie.ivrijr mu be. thought that the Hteel Corporation In tended to monopolise the ateel busi ness. Mr. Carnetile'a one thought, he said, was to retire from lona; nnd active hualnraa career and devote hla time to philanthropy, lie had a won derful opportunity to help hla fellow man In varloua ways atid "ho roae to the opportunity most magnificently," 1:.: the llMUrV Uallery. the added Mr. Heed. author, nil .rrloiix llnr nrc funny rnmiftli to make up for thla loaa. Thla Counsel pictured the meeting la aa It ehuold he. It la tho unronsclnua humor of melodrama that make It tween Carnegie and the late J. I Irresistible, . , .Morgan when the. deal wai closed for They hissed the vlllnlnrae na ell aa inn villain on nniuniay '"""' ,, f ),e Carnegie properllea When til a la mine you may iw nuir uki ir ".. ..... ..... - . ,, .. . . , . im i inliurvli wna nt thrllla will, lie ntiiiiaeineiil It hnd lie apottlnc Mood nnd .nthuaUam rouaeil Jnmea II, l(re,i or l iuemirKiiwn.nl hhont rnc" between the Yale and Harvard crew, and It. thlrel for the n.eetluK and counael quoted him .h.m. Mt n.nrrl by the niht of nn automobile from HIiir Hlntc tbni wa I In iiimcrlblna; the pnriinic notween air ekaaed by a rar whlrh bli-w up with bnnir juat na thn racnpln hrro nnd (.(irilKn om jr, Morgan. fcM lUuchy Utile wife were In Imminent daiier or beinw nvernauipn ny inrir -wiien Mr. CnrnrKln wna IruvltiK kOOllnR piirauera. Theae two arenna rai nnyuuna; 01 inn .t "-a- Mf MlllKal) ,nmr, A. Iteed la quot a4 revealed Ilrmly na n pronurnr ni Kr-n im'imij ! . - tkrlll there wna n buttle In Mexican alockado followln a claah of nnraa mn In the rti nrrl Hint hit the iye aa well na tho nervra. The ealerlor of Ht. Pttrlck'a Ciithrdral on ("hrlatmaa Kve with anow all about rtdat Immenaely to the ecnilu Imt.ieaalvciii-a of tlm production. k .1... ii. o rar nnlap e of it man eallnir with hla knife In the Matiiirniii nfa faahlonnliln New York holrl." It wae not for thla. however, .,.,,,. )n gtrc Corpomtlon, refer- .. hinrlc lacked by the vlllnln In front of the Cathedra!,!,..,. . ur ,. !., aa a conaplrntor. ' ... .. .1.1- Ht.n.n.kil . I.. .1.. Il..kt w. V. .. . Kj l.rathi.il hla lael 111 Hie arma 01 a nriei. unit i nn.w t iinRn riuii uiaii m nn m ed at anylnK, "he turned to the bank er nnd wild: M'ltirrpont, I am the bappleat man In the world. I have unloaded the burden upon your buck. I nm off to Kuropa to play.' " Thn (lovernmolil. In Itn rluirHe n.r.t zz"z:z ::;r;.nx.tt. worthMhat WII1UIIW, I fc - ot saocao ITEMS FOR INVESTORS. ! (.'ariadlun Tarlflo'a rnii arnlni lnte July I to Oil 21 dci-naed l",M. j 90, . compare J with the eaine period a year ao. Krnm an authorlUtlre rourea It Ii learned that an announcement In regard to the roipnratloii ond yndlcite for flna'nrlnf oiitatatidlne rotton rontracti will be made thla week and probably wltltln a day or two. Cnnferencea with Liverpool will tnko plain thla week with a lew to reopening both the New Tork and Liverpool Cotton Kxchangei almultanenualy. tat week aipert aalea of hreadatulfa In North AJiierlca averaged nearly 7,000,600 buahela dally, a new high rec ord, Dalveiitoti, Tel., la blockaded With J.OOO.OOO buahela of wheat In gtora and 4,000,000 buahela are en route. Within twenty dnye twenty-one aleamera there will load with grain for eiport. Ilock laland bonda deposited totalled 121.442,000, whlrh with the $7,000,000 depoalted III Holland glvea the commit tee control of 111,4 tj.OM. f.'hlraio and North eatern Oroaa for tbre innotha declined $ 1 2 7,2 1 N't In created 177.20. Wutpliia after charge! were deducted decreaaed $170,643. Foreign earhange enntlnuaa to de cline and la to-day nearer normal than at any time altire the outbreak of the war Demand alerting lo.day aold at 4 The Afrhlann ayatem Keptember gioaa Inrreaai-d im,r.. .net Increaaed $.S!H, :nf. Three inonlha' grona Ini'teuacd tl,7t,JI: net Inciraaed l,t;i,4(l. r'nrrA l!frlmtini meetlntf of the Hoard of MliMiiKcra baa tiren called by the I'realitrnt for Del 29. for t lie purpoaii of rnnalilerlng the mlvlinlillliy or reopen lug tho eichang" lor trailing on Nov. 4. purpoie CHICAGO Pituritr liaTi 121. WHEAT AND CORN MARKET. WIIKAT, Nl Oin, lllfn, l, n., rrinta, !,. IITS llfl. tlft, llf.'t I HtiriI ' COHN. Net rf. '1111, lllih, li, PI"", fhinfe, mm n-.. WS "lis ei WV4 I 7l1 Mr JlVi 7l'i 74 Tl S - S Wheat price eaaed nrT from opening Inili. Itncelnta were Uraer than ei- peeled. Helling waa rredlled to Armour Inlnreata. Iluylng by eiport houaea checked the decline. Cloned 3-8 of a rent hntn th Inw nf Ihi. ilav. t?orn waa weak for ii time on In- rrraaed new crnn offnrlnga. ( loted 0-1 to t cent decline. "CF, MURPHY" BACK TO STAND HIS TRIAL Says He Returned lo Albany With out Knowing $Soo Bail Was ForfcitcJ. The young Albnny rounder who thought It funny to give the name of Charlea V. Murphy when arreated for Intoxication In tho Tenderloin Oct. 12, and then Jumped the i00 ball bond furnlahed by Eugene Wood, former lobbylit, made hla appearance In th Waat Bide Police Court to-day. Ha aid ha wanted to plead. Hla ejxcuao for Jumping hla ball waa that ha waa ao drunk when released that ha thought he had been dli charged. lie. went to a hotel, alept a, couple, of flaya and nlghta and Jour neyed back to Albany In Ignorance of thn fact that he had failed to appear In the police court. 'I didn't find out until a. abort time go that Mr. Wood , ball had been forfeited," enld thn Albany man. "I'd like to take my medicine now." A line of $2 wns lmpoad nnd he paid It. Mr. Wood will get back tho 1500 ho put up with the District Attorney to aecure h bond. Tho real name of the young man from Albany did not como out. SEARCH FOR IVES WILL Datttfhlere flrllete It Will 11 Konnil ' In Some Safe tlepoall Itot, fUirrr:te Fowler ordered to-da aearch fo,' the miming will of the Urn, Ilrnylon Ivea, ml I INCOME TAX CASE REVIEW. Rutins' In Kaiur of Jfir York Con cern floea to I . . Court. WASHINGTON. Oct. 26,-llecaUae It Iqvolvea the pnaalhle refunding of taxea already collected nnd affecta many thouennda nf dollnra In taxea the Government had expected to col lect, the Mupreme Court announced to-day It would rvlw at the re uueat of the Department of Juatlce th ileclalon of the Pedernl Court o New York holding the Korly-two llroadway Company not liable for the Income tax Impoaed upon It. The declalon Invnlvea tlie determln atlon of the nt Inrom of a corpora tion leeelngann operatlnC an off Ice build Inar unon Ha own realty. The cum pany had a capital ator.k of 1600 and a nondeil lmllileilneaa or Il.i&n.noo In 1310, Inlereat on the bonda rnr ex rded the irroea Income, and the Gov ernment cnnlcnda the company ahould h allowed lo deduct only Intereat on Ita capital eincK in maKing reiurna. SAVE YOUR HAIR! IF FALLING OUT :-25 CENT DANDRUFF DANDERN E Ladies ! Men ! Here's the quickest, surest dan druff cure known. Thtn, brittle, colnrleie and arragRy hair la mute evidence of a neglected calni of dandruff that awful acurf. Tnere Ii nothing ao rleatructlre to the hair aa dandruff. It roba the hair of ila lustre, ita ttrengtli anil ita very life; eventually producing a feverish nrai and itching nf the aualp, which if not remedied cauaea the hair root to ahrink, looaen and die then the hair falla out fust. A little Dander! tonight now any time will aurely anvc your hair. Oct 84 cent bottle of Knnwlton' Dandcrine from any drug store or toilet counter, and after the first plication your hair will take on that lustre and luxuriance which is an beau. tiful. It will become wavy and fit and have the appearance o iffy I abundance an incomparable gloss and softness, but what will please you most will be aft just a few weeks' Ufc, when you will actually see n lot of fine, downy hair- new hair growing all over the scalp Aa vt iv n late n e len, Ilrnylon Ivea, millionaire, civil war iero and twlc President of the New York Stock Kxchnnac. who died at his country homo In Osslnlng on Oct. 22. Tho aearch la to be made at the re quest of hla daughter, Mrs. 1'iinlco May nard. of No. 114 Kaat Fortieth street. wlioso petition atntea that she bellevs etrcet. Ii I. In f Henn.ll hoi In either th tlantlc S.ifo I)fo.'.lt Company, the Mer cantile l?nre ui'pon inmpinr "r New York .Htoc.k Kichnnge rafe Deposit Company. . .... In Kiiinllnc Mrs. Maynard'a petition fiiiiroitalc Kowlcr illrccta that If the will Is found It be Hied for probate. Hla order directs tho anfo deposit companies) to ftrnrcli nil Imixos under the name of Hmyton Ivea. Hclrtea .Mrs. Mnynnrd Oeu. lvet Is aurvlved by n widow. Mrs. Kleanot 8. Ivea, and two daiixlitere Winifred and France lve. They live with their mother at No. 32 Weft Forty-ninth '7f's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" . The Lateit Wartime Hit Everybody's Singing It COLUMBIA DOUBLE DISC RECORD A2608 6Sc Ask to Hear It. New Columbia dance records just an nouncediincluding "High Seciety" (waltz trot), "The Old Homestead" (fox trot), "Dream of the Roses" (waltz hesitation). New Records on Sale the 20th of Each Month. IMPORTANT NOTICEI All relamtila reeerd wilt play nn Victor talking machine. I.lkrnlae, nil ColumbU tlrafonolas Hill play Mcnr records. Columbia Graphophone Co. 89 Chambers Street, New York F. C Smith, 5th Are. & 33d St, opposite Waldorf-Astoria, New York. The Grafonola Shop, 143 West 125th St., New York. Kranich & Bach, 16 Wett 125th St., New York. Cowperthwait & Son, 3d Are. & 121st St. and 193-205 Park Row, N. Y. Pease Piano Co., 128 W. 42d St., New York. Witiner Piano Wan room,53 E.34thSt.,N.Y.,and 55 Flatbush A v., Bkn. G. Smith. Bradbury Piano Warerooms, 60 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn. A. P. Matthews Sons, 398 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. F. G. Smith, Bradbury Piano Warerooms, 1227 Broadway, Brooklyn. Abraham & Straus, 420 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. F. G. Smith, Bradbury Piano Warerooms, 869 Broad St., Newark, N. J. i-.. ...i... i,.iiiv rtr tlie mil r hit. rriiwiiiiig innniKii in -i..rn.,.,.i the vlllnln. a though making a discovery, minounccd to the 4llreeaod tangoera, who had taken n inlnutea for rtfruehmnnta: no has ...ii. i.. ni.,. on. nbllee.t to tear heraeff away from the ball even Mriler. Hbe waa In the initial i.f'eilreinely fanry atc with that elegant taruroer Hugo Mike when Mr. Htuyvaaant. who nauni nouiertHi hi cnns. Msibrown clothes, wnllfed In nnd declared. "Thla dance hM gone far anough men h demunded: "Who Is thla womnnr The answer came, like n aliot: .v. . nt..ri..,i. wouinn In New Yorkl" While alio amlled Appre- rlatlvrly at thla dtatlnntlorl.'Mlrnt) reallred Ihnt It did not atrengthen her .n .ii. withdrew, flaahlng cornful glonrei at the naacmhlad eompAny. And, anyway, ahe remarked, It hitd taken conalderable urging U latluoe her lo come to audi n dull piirty."nA(her naly of her. but naat, ehT i..n ,..rv wna lirnken mi at the warden a nouae In Hlng rung. with convlcta In atrlpea acting waltora. when lluth, now th wtfo of the hero convlctod of killing her father, arrived with nn order to which ahe had farced tho tlovernor'a algnnture, that grnntcd her thn prlvllego of elng her IraabAnd. He wna to be aent to the electric chair In the morning. Motion tcturra which uirrled nlong the play while the tnga handa were probably I-bi.. iil .I....... luut riireilM him In the death house. He no sxioner tmbraced hla wife Ih.m Hull Andereoa h dattctlre who hod foatrned the crime on him. nlr to learn of hU mlatnkn nd to be filled with a dealw to . ii null off ii dlckev that waa purt of hla "full evening dreaa. clapped it on ItlHf nnd then gave tho delighted prlaoner hla coat and ehoc. nki.. ..... ii... n.-ti .icn. toward racnrle token. Aa lluth waa nlKiut to rush off to the nulomoblle with her huatmnd, llnll liondod her a bottle thut hnd been emptied nt the wnrden'a dinner and politely requested her to hit htm en the head with II. Mhe promptly "aoaked" Win, nnd he went down and out. There he wna on tho floor when tho warden came back, only to loae hla t.n.r .ml tnrl 1 1 alren and tho nlaxin bell going. Thla ltd lo tho exciting nutomohllo chruie that waa even mora thrilling than the aplrndld boat race with Ita great cheering crowd of epectntora. Amone other Uilnga tiM numeroiia to mention Ihero wna n aplrltunlUUe etnee, nrrunged by Hull, thn coneclcptloua detective, nt which the auper tltloua Dutch Joe waa made lo believe ho aiiw the murdered millionaire. In the war with Muxlco At tho end the real murderer met hla ftnlali, but not until he hud ap.it III the Mcr or the hero, Who wna liein ny two or ins vnamy. "l-lf. it ninv bo fibaerved. la not of the reatrnlned Achool of drama. Aa the hrro who atnrtcd out a the alroke of the Vale crew, John IJoware 4fattUyrd grcnt patience and remarhrJile good nature. To make hla helpleoa lltaa In thn atocknde exceedingly AggTAVatlng, a cowArdly Mexlcnn slapped Via fae. Altuaether he hnd n nretty tough time of It. Kathlene MncDonnatl acted lluth tu a almple, pleasing maiiurr, nnd ljeonom Itnrrla played the wicked alrrn In her very beat melwlramalle atyie, wne eviaenuy aeiignia in b4ng ahowil the door, for ahe eeemml to enjoy It even more on Hnturdny night than ahe Vlld In "The Whin." Waller Hampden looked too honest to bn a villain, but bu ncteil like one and got hla reward In lilaae. Hheldon l.ewh aa Dutch Joe, the cutlory export; KrfliiBhnni I'lntn oa tho rloKant tango leasler vtho wna on hla uppera after thn ball; rtnlph Htuart na the aympnlhetlo Bui!; Walter D. (Irci ne na that helpful boy whose name wasn't Dennla when th5 plot thickened; Jane Corcoran u Teaale. Krnnk llntrh na the pnlned rtnr wim iriive b:uk hla watch when lie discovered what a naughty daugh ter be bad In ritnce. and Dion TlthrrndRC who became an unhnppy forger to keep that fiiacliinllng creature In fura nnd pearla. nil added to the Joy of tho performance. , ,JJut It woa the two racing fcatnrra that rnn awny with theonora and ava "Life" u real throb. Thrse scene etnmp It na the biggest thing In WiAde-ln-Amerlru mtlodruma that hua been done nothing leaa, In fnot, than awBredy triumph, accordance with the terms of an order of the United States District Court TUB HUHINKHU OK TUB O'NLILL-ADAMS CO. IH DKINM MQUIDATKD Qeaeral customera' ofllre for the payment of accounts, etc., now located on the 4th n. Slaapaan-Crawferd Cert). Bldg, O.CaOE WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS New Management New Stocks In accordanco with the terms nn order of the United States District Court TUB I1USINKSS OP TUB O'NLILL-ADAMS CO. IS DBINU LIQUIDATED General customers' office for the payment of nccounta, etc., now located on the 4th SI. Simpson-Crawford Corp. Bldg. of "S The Most Sensational Event in Years! o OF FURNITURE,, ETC. Spanish Violinht Wins Approval at Second Appearance. Phony Horletra concert which wna reviewed In this column on H.iturAay, both drawltm crownrii nouaca; and In the t'vrnlm: a well.attenued con cert ut tho Century Opera llnuae at htrh Thomas Chalmera, Hardy wuk laniaon, Orvtllii llarrold and the, rifT ruceira wri - viuni am ni iiuiin. At Prices Averaging 65c on the Dollar Bargains in Every Department A Wonderful Array of O'Neill's Enamelled Furniture fl M m II By SykcKtcr Rawting. MANDKI. Ql'lHOdA. the Hpan Ish vlullnlst, who wns heard at thn Khubert Theatra laat klght, made an unequivocal success, It traa hla second appearance In New Tork. and one could not but feel that hie manaKci In chuuatiiK to launch him In America ut the Hippodrome a Wak earlier made n mistake Thut big auditorium Is no plai'e fur the dehut ot u tiiilolst elllirr instrumental or vocal. It should be reserved for established f.iMirilcs, wliuie pupu larlty can draw five or U thousand lurara at u time without icfcmus to hie or hr artistic merits. In the lntlmucy of the eiuallur huuse Mr, QuIroKit dlBpl.tyeil nunllllcs Hint cemmnndrd icnpect. Tim proitraiiimu was well drslKiit'd tu show hie tech nical maatety of thu Insltument, a tone tint wan liiKrutluttuK and u i fined taste. It Ix-fiui with the llruch concerto In tl minor, held a itroup of Frlt Krelslcr's "l4i Ice VlennolH," end tho Name iiMNter's arranKiunent of compositions v Tartlnt, Cnrtler, Couiiorln and I'miiiuiil, and tudoil With examples of HJr.is:ite, llurHil and I'aKJnlnl, K. )tumuiin flmmnnn wns nn ad mirable uri'omp.uilat ut thi piano fur Mr. (Julroga and for Miuido Kloti:, who aaiig the "l) puln In Jour" fioiu 'I.oulse" nnd n group nf KnglUh songa with no little charm, and who worn a rope of penrU that mlKht be worth a Katrei't, or, ut least, n Crown Prince's ransom. The other musics) activities of yea tarriaV Included. In flie afternoon, at i11' .fc. 0nt.v CTr llnflK n mnt In. Wreetljig, opera talk fry Mr. Hubbard erTucclnre "La Bobeme," end at Menaa nail a repeuuem or tne am- COURAGE IN WAR. What war teachea aa well aa buaintaa life). ( mirage in ar or bualneat l born of kimm! pure hloixl. I'ure bloml I the Kiestrtt UestuiK liiankliul tan liavr, Milhiin nl iriiie iiicil Una iMinrr (ul rgt table rriurily that puts the nullum, nvrr ami iwbph in line run illtiuni that cleats the tkiu of pimples. ruth, hie miOirs ninl ccicnis; thut ill mii Imi'iI ami lurluiiH'lis; tluit iiihW(S inre trongrr anil strsdirr anil glvrs topsle, weal, runitu u people the fullest menmire u( health Ami listipinrss. Dr I'icne's (inlilcii NK-Ji.-al Discov- erv, free from alcohol or narcotics, tloea jut hat i staled above, simply lie-' came it luimnhrs from the lilnod all hiiiiii anil iiiipiin matter. It i tl.e worlil'n ureal IIIchhI l'urifier; so won-i ilrrfully iieiielrsting thut it ern enters ' I joint. i(iMi e the impure deposits i nnd cnrrira tlirlii out, as it docs all Im purilien, through the l.ivrr, How els. I Kldiicy. nnil Skill. II you luve Inillcrtlinn, sluggiihl lier, lisi'knrhe ocr llie kiilnr.vs, nsial ' or other ( aturrh. umtcady urre or im.lliUy kV.iii, get Dr. I'icnv'a (iolilen Mrilieal Di.unrry to-duy ami start at niico to re)ilme Jour impure IiIihuI with, the Liml I Imt puU cmry ami ambi tion into you mill hr'uiga back mth ami igiirous ki t ion. Not a sccrrl rrmeily for all ingrrdl cuts arc pulilulicd on vt rapper. All meilieinc dealers can supply you In cither liquid or tablet form or send AO cent for trial bog of tablet! to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Write fer frejkWklet c Wooal-Adyt. AInu a lurge .selection o( ODD DRESSKUS, CII1FFONIKRS and '1X)ILKT TA1ILES, Ivory Gray and White ennmel, at greatly reduced prices. Most pieces are only one of n kind, ho nn early "election would bo advisable to get a bargain to complete your bedroom or guost roont. Below we itrmire a few aa follows : Old Ivory l)reaer While Knsmcl Drcrr White Knarurl lreaer Karly I'liglitli I'riu Dreiser. White Knsmrl Drcarr White Knsmrl Drrwr, . , . , , W'lrite Knsmrl Dresser Aiitiiiir Ivor) Dleser Antique Ivory Dicsmt O'Nrin's Ilea. rTIc. , . IJA.Utl , .l.ns.oo ,. :i7...o , . 45.0(1 ,. tfll.OO . -4A.00 . us.su . . (10.00 , . A0.U0 Oar Hale Trice. 37.00 P9.30 36.33 39.S0 I4.es 36.00 lb. JO 44.00 sr.oo TUK O'NKILUADAMS CO.'S F.NTIKK STOCK W Living Room Furniture I'onsistlug of the Famous Slirklry llraml of Mission rumitute, in mahogany snd fumed onk. uUo I'arlor a Library Suites, unholstrred iu l'aanr, Velour, Taieitry aim M'atner, liss peen raillraliy rrducril. An early scl linn will assure you of a wonderful bargain, This Beautiful Antiaiie Ivory Suite Cnnslstinii of twelve nieces, as pictured. Is the production of (JrAml Kapids' foremost manufacturer. It Is a pleasing design, wltb cane' panels, end has a smooth Ivory flnisbeu surface, antique shadings which resembles the original costly productions; well tonen creamed enamel rubbed Ivory that harmontiej so well with any decorrtions. You can buy the individual pieces at these prices; O'Nelll'a Iteg. Sale I'rlce. 1'rlce. Dresser M.00 WT.SO Toilet rhlfronler .... COO J4.00 Chevttl lllih Hoy J0.00 t4.00 Peek . O'Nelirs Keg. Bale Trice. I'rlco. Table., $12.00 S34.00 (llass.. 4S.0O 36.00 , S3.00 27.SO Stand .... Iteiia. each, l.'liulr O'Nelll'a I Iteg. Sale 1 I'rlce. I'rlce. .... $8.00 $.M .... 42.00 J3.i0 .... 12.50 10.00 O'Nelll'a Iteg. Bale I'rlce. I'rlce. Rocker $12-50 $10.00 llnirdreselnc .Chair 11.50 10.00 Single Pieces of WHITE. LNAMEX FURNITURE, O'.VrM's I'rlce. White Enamel Chiffonier 844.00 White Enamel Chiffonier White Enamel Chiffonier White F.namel Chiffonier White Enamel Chiffonier White Enamel Chiffonier White Enamel Chiffonier White Enr.mel Chiffonier White Enamel Chiffonier White F.namel Toilet Table . . . While Enamel Toilet Table. . . White Enamel Toilet Table. . . White Enamel Toilet Tublc . . . White Enamel Somnon (Iray F.namel Table White Enamel Desk Ivory Enamel Table.... , 100.00 87.50 84.00 25,00 84.00 55.00 10.50 :w.no 82.50 18,50 20.011 17.50 I5.no Vtl.00 ll.'i.OO 25.00 Our Halt I'rlce. 136.00 79.00 19.50 34.00 17.S0 16.00 37.50 14.75 34.50 15.00 13.50 14.50 12.00 9.75 14.30 34.50 14.50 15.73 O White Enamel Toilet Table 27.50 TliE ENTIRE STOCK OF O'NKILL'S Bedding Dept. . Comprising over 500 llrass mill White Enamel Ileil Aeads can be purchased nt ureal ly reduced prices. Al though all sizes and finiihen are included in this lot, thev are only one of a kind, nnd it will be impo.uiblc to duplicate them at these low prices. Best $25.50 Grade, Size 9x12 ' Royal Axminster Rugs 16'5 A nioni'V-snvini' opporlunitv thai has never boon (limlicuti'd t t'lpowliwe. Not only tins, hut wo offer a tronirmlous assortment of w omlerf ully attractive patterns suitable for any room in the house Size 8.3x10.0; regular value $2i).50; at $15.95 Mliautafl Crawford Blar We Cite, aad Kedeans Barety Caeuaa OV JOBOB 400 Simpson Crawford, Sixth Ave,nue, istn sma sum greets rearth rtor. Best $40.00 Grade, Double-faced Silk Velour Portieres Heady to hang; full range of colors. Open French edges open bottom. Never before has anyone attempted to P M r a Cenuine Silk Velour Portiere for less' than $40.00. The J JF Pair and offe quantity is limited v Maipaoa Crawford Hlore Ws Olrt and Redeem hurety Coupons OsfeaoE Fuartb Floor. 41. f -."7. '.if 1 .l -Tr p