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THE EVEKINO WORLD, THUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1910.
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BOTH GET DIVORCE: PASSENGER RATES;
EACH DECREE GOOD
BITTER WAR SOON
Benjamin's h All Rripht in
Michigan; Her's Is Bind
Afcraliwn n1 Jir,ftl nnjm!n
furniihil a. MlIM Pixe '" ""'
llvorcf. twrl In t tin t MM h 11
vrr from thr other.
HnJmln litlnl foCfM lx
rears in Michigan; Mra. Ranjamla
irot hrr ilMtff t'i-day tram JdStlM
Rlaelioff in lh 8uprwm OoUTt Hi:"
elif. Mic mid "ii statutory aTOMA
arcuftlns? an "unknown mnii "
The njjlr wr- iimm.-l Man
your sir", llajcl. of ths union was n
prstty rumnncr Mrs llptilnmin
mtiloyl In a ilm stors In Wrnin-
wlisn llpnlamln cllM i' Day to havr
a aroaorlptton tilled Banianla miir.i
strain and ntoln. anil at ktMth V'"" falr
J'Mina iharmm 1st paMiUd4 him to
tn k up her profession.
Then they were m.irrlr.l. anl BMIjBs
hi !n opened a druu store of fil own til
Tllrl avenue Mrs r.enlmnln worked
tn the taWUhr I With her litis
lnd. After h few eiie he ilnm
store wns s-ild. and soon aftaTWSH
Itenlamln and til wife jwiitetl.
Mr. Itenjamln told Juatlra Blaohofl
t-Sy h heard nothing mum of her
huahnnd for n few year. Hut some
months n she learned tnat he had nt
talne.1 a divorce In Ml 'lilaan She de
clared ibl was neyer served with the
papers In the suit.
Goldberg Kreimtoft of No. IT? l,lherty
streei. were enanned tiy Henjandn when
ha was served In his wife's silt here.
Henjarntn remained sway, but 1!ie law
yera OOaeVodad that ha had dlVOTMd
Mrs Benjamin, and therefore her aotlon
should he dismissed.
Juath-e Hlarhoff held thai Mrs. Hen.ln
mln had never hern properly served and
the 4lTOros was of no effect In this
date. He than signed a decree In her
Thlr leaves the. cotrple In tha position
of a'-h bavins; a divorce. In the eyes
of the Michigan rourta Heitjamln'a di
vorce holds g-uod: here Mm. Hrnjamln a
decree Is rerognlaeJ.
Benjamin Is somewhere out west. Mrs.
Benjamin lives on Third avenue.
fir.ind Trunk, l:"rie and W,i
bash (ic Notfct of Cuts
to Chicago and Boston.
GHICAOOi DM. 1 - What ! UBlUM t
he a hif rlv fought railroad fnre hatile
Is to be heaii'l Ofl New Ye-ir's day
Three Kn stern trunk iin. . H e li and
Trunk, the Krle a-l Wn',.a:i, will slash
paaaenge." rates from fiilcago to New
York gad BoVtOR To? nnun. g"
ford'nir to I o it I I .-t..i on thirteen
leg WegJtCM rnilrond Hvulorns t"-l;iy bv
Mie UMtHVJMt nSl t e first class fate
from CM man t.i Nva foM win be mi
t and the M t I . ! fare $
T' e daclgtOB tg miihe t iiwo red'if-
I tlona In the fares between Oil and
I the Kaat.ni polntt name nt a .-c-ft
I meeting of the reprenetilatlves of t'o
three In irgvnt rouds in t'til ago rag
' tarday. Igf inal notl ( t ie rMuctlM
I will he flle. to day.
I Unltm the Mlchlggi I'enirai rgetdci
fiom iIm posit on it dem.indlDK s I!
dllrerantwl from gll UnM running" me.
Its trgl kg to l'b gag It will l.e p.sslt.le,
rmiiiiii ii inn on NVw Yea' ln. t.i
rid., from Ctll I go to New IT Ore for M
The slash in rn'.o. fi ,m CnleMo t'i
Kastern point.1, tut, been ski cd upo'i
by the llrle. the SVghggrl an I Hig Org II :
Trunk as n PgMll of lonf.-i .-ti.es Miu'
have bien n ppotfrgM m ChlCgg)g fo.
' some Mnil pg
' The MlehigM OMtrgl now r. -reives a1
difTi-ie-il i.il nit., of fi on nil KgltrOgd
losing III ttaellfl lit ill. igo und h i . 1
sfke-i fur jin gdditlonal dollgri wir.
t ie wab.m in, t'i.- Krlg gtid no- Orgnd
I Trunk hgrg n-fos.-d lo grant, Ih.-.i -I
answer to-ing u Ihtggl to Ml the ra'
from CtllCgUJIa lo Ni w York and Huston
to Men H pii"" thai li win BrMlpttata
I tin- graatggl raHroad rata war in mow
At the New OfN f'enlrnl offl' ew to- '
'day It wns ItgtM that while the On
I trgj ofll' ." Im Were aware of t ie lllfl-
tn .turn oT the Ihre-- 1 1 unk llne-i, nuth
I mg was ku-iwit of n roanlgf WOVg on
the part of the Viit t,l Tha Infer
road, whp-h us.'B the Mlghlgan 'enlral.
lioW . h a lues 119 lo Chbago, while the
I three line-, tt.rentenlng to bring al.ul
a rate war charge Ji- It Is bell.-vel
I t ie New York Central will meet the
' '-ut In gome way should It go Into
None of the Kastern representgtlMa
..f the Wi,ii. Brig and lrind Trunk
have !en offl lally notifl..! -if the ra-
d get I Ofl In fare, whl'-ii Is Hoi to be
Bmg op-rat;..- I riMI I, in I MSI
ARMY OFFICERS WIFE
KIDNAPS HER CHILDREN.
Mi l, Na 1 1 r Is Prom Misonri
"an t Wtlt f"T .lersey
rgpgrtal ti. flM Kftatag World.
NRWA RK, N. I . I'- . I That g
mother's b.e is stronger than an order
from the f. I t of I'rm-Tiy wis em
lomslso! l r-fore 'l -e-t'hnn-..-.lor K-reey
I i -doy, when llenry lliihn, n lawyer.
Withdraw the habeas enrpus pr.eee.l
ings lo- on. I BMIMJJM on MMH of Mis.
mdgrlok Nnylor, wife of nn nrmy of
ficer, to se. ure t ie u-.tily of her two
. MMfMi Virginia, four year.i old. grid
Toe .hl-dr.-n w.-Te In .are of sn mint
lo T! llsdelphla when the hnshsnd. Capt.
N.iHor, tnsiMnte.i dhor.-o pro -oe.llrtgs
tharg, 'barging Infidelity. To bring tin
children hart an order from the i ourt
of I'han erv was necessary. This wos
nmde letumable to-day. When the . ase
was cgllgd llabu ssbl that Mrs. Nayha. 1
following the (I rat hearing last Wagk. I
Nad PUghgd tO Itlllgdglphlg and taken
the ehlhlrM nwgy.
"Jgrtgy J istl.-e Is too alow for me. '
I'm from Missouri, " was her reply to
Mr. Hgntl'i protest Mrs Naylor ll now
III Joplli.. Mo. will her two lltle
d iughters. Her hUgfagfld Insists that he ,
will pre tie dlvorie pr.n-eedlngs In'
I'htlad.lp'ila Me ioits that a fellow
olfloor ngmgd OBrlgn is responsible for
tn.- or.-ak In hi- domett.- tiappiness
Mra N.ivlor, on t' e Othtf hand. chgTRM
IMI he drli.ks too mtietl and that hla '
lOvl r-.r g.imliflng .is kepi the family!
AWAITS THE WINNER.
a mgteh with Bltljp Papkg i in pr. '
pe t for the winner of the Pallor tl.irke- 1
Want Mgntoll bout at the National!
Hportlng . luh to-morrow night. I'apk.
will arrive hers frnm Australia some
time next January to levy i-laim to tha
m:ddl.-v eight c hampionship vacated lv
the deaili of Htunley Keii-liell.
The prlndpals of to-morrow night's
' go" have trained fglthfully. Harks
OOftdttlOffgd himself at I'apt. Honda
pla.-e al Stratford, 'onn. Mantell train.-.!
up at Johnson's roo. lhoi.se , where Abe
t toll prepared himself for his buut with
Pal Moore Inst night.
R R R
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Ail- IUdi li t. '' MMf to the threat ant
cliMtt mittl the MrttM tmart .. . -I ' t, Qtt
M'twa' I'tll tn tMidt 4MH ' Bill frr'l th
tat iNHVtUi V' MtMra nld take a larg- 4oH
i.f It t v I'llh an'l a tf onful nf IU4wjira
)h UM1. with iMMPOflful "f mnlanir,
a tmrtitfl "f htH water. I: at MM to l.M
A pfivfMO MtMBoftlSM will '-"- out, aud la thr
MMJ IM MM will ) gtPii.
Vok for RADWAY'S and b sure you
1 t what you aok for.
HELD FOR STREET STABBING.
lingo Frink" Idenllgeil aa Own a
Fighter nko W oondert Ileegan
Trunk Murato, hwttar known tn gang
rlnles as "Iaafo rnank," was arreated
to-day for atabMng Jgmaa Oeegan In
front of No tX Baat Thirteenth arregt
on Sunday lagt.
Dee tan Is g lTrrther-tv-law of Frank
Schwarti of No. 6SG Kat Thirteenth
siraet. "Dago Frank" hd a quarrel i
with Brhwarti and draw a rvolvt.
Hchwarta ran, hut Deegan grappled
with Murato who dropped the weapon.
He managed to draw- a knife and
stabbed Ioran three tlmew In Hie
.arslumen. The In)uri-1 man Is In Hells.
ue In a dangerous rondltlon
'I'lir. e witnesses Id. null. -d Murato aa
the Mabbcr In l'ollce lleadqunrters to-
diijr. He wag later arraigned In the
Kaaex Market Police Court gad Mid
School t'oniintssloiiera Take (lath.
The oath of oftl-e was Administered
l.v Mayor Ogynor to-dny to five g)ollOOl
i '-unmljs.lon.-is. John Whaler, former
gtparatlM Counggl; J.-unos IS Cm
grove, ltoi.ert I,, llari ison, Ja.mes t'reel--ii
M a"d bouts Newman. Willi Mm -x-i.-ption
of Mr. t'reelman they are
-appaint.-d Mr i 're.-ltna-n take-, t he
got of Krank I.. Hoik, who., term e-o:rgd.
"Bttt Vuluet at the ! writ Prtcci"
3d Ave. and 121st St.
like picture! nuiuY
of heavy famy
mixture! mi l
cheviot a, military
collar of good
tiges 3 lo 8 years.
Also kersey cuts,
with aet radian
aluiwl collar, red
ilea 3 to 10 years.
Alao Auto Coats
of heavy fancy
mi Al u: i, wit h
convertible collars; izii '. to Hi years.
Boys Shot; satin calf, Blucht i
and lace, sii'rs a to i . .,.
cial . 98 C
Children's Dresses, of
wcrste.l finish r' itch
trinuned with .,; : an.i I . ;.
lined booy, lull pleated skirt
sjici 2 to h years; valu. 7vc 4 f
Ken's Pajamas, Ih.ivj itri
outing fla.incl, military cm. ni!k
froga; gll sizes', regularly 98c He
Infants' Hose, M woo; ...
mere; black or white I
to 6; vukic- i
Wt M I ' k, ....... , 1 O.S ,
$4 inchr.1. 3 nieoe; value OH- Olc
Women s Jabots, imitni i Iri
crochet; one in a bo.t; s;x
cjal . s?tC
Memphdi Table Covers, ,
M; prettv cles! nugran -Mag
wgAable re i. 1 .98 S1.2U
Lttce Curtains, fin- Scotch lu
Renaii'u i -r ,r I
60 inches w.de; regularly A1
y-JV" .. SI. by
bum Horses, with leathei
saddle and reins, extra
strongly rr.wde; very special, o !
1.98 gad 2.95
Famous Suit Hons,-"
m M dfth Ave. atfl nth
kW VT Corner 1
1.98 and 2.95
wu Biscuits, Hot Breads fT
Ml More Tasty, Economical,
I Absolutely Healthful I
LM-C-- . f fi J ,
N UUirni iL v ii ii inlsssw .gas
i 1 'w$
II A ?Pte
SI I Trf ii ft itltw L A i. i.in I a I i I I
at 8.30 X. M. yyUftn t 6 P. M. iw At
I v 1
Bin Sacrifice Sale
cI tremendously large and uell selected stock to choose from.
We have marked
Elegant Suits 8,M 12 75 15 00
with the assurance that they will be the greatest bargains ever given.
Stylish Long Coats 575 9'75 12'75
Prices which do not represent the outlay for the materials in them.
Silk, Satin, Serge, Cloth, Velvet and Daintiest Party Dresses reduced to these little prices.
V I W
W e Like the W ay the
Are Discovering the Economies
of the Wanamaker
Basement Clothing Sale
SoniMiiTK'b it is rather difficult to teach economy
to the younger man lit. of buoyant spirits and
crick.; disregard for the morrow. Economy too
often it the heritage of years.
but, f.s we lay, the YOUNG MEN are learn
in,; to appreciate the economy f the Basement
4 They are learning that here good clothes and
money-selling are spelled out in the same line.
' The all-wool suits offered at $il to $10 arc the
kind for which he always has paid considerably
Aud the same is to be : aid of the overcoati at
!12 tO $10. DASKMKNT, Nrw BuiUli:-.
Formerly A. T. Stewart fit Co., Broadway, 4th uve., 8th to 10th st
Call Attention to the
Housewares Store's Importation
Of Articles Suitable for Gifts
of which the chimes themselves are not the least important and
interesting section. The collection is amazing to one whose idea of
Dinner Calls has been confined to a handbell or a set of tubular
chimes. Here are a score of kinds from a ship's bell in miniature
to a series of perfectly tuned discs, suspended from an arrangement
resembling a hat rack but emitting more beautiful melody than any
hat rack of our acquaintance. This new achievement in gongs is here in several
sizes from the single disc at $7.50 to a complete scale at $t0.
A ariation of the tubular chimes has metal
lic sounding plates across the mouths of the
tubes on which, with little practice, guests may
be drummed to the festal board to the time uf
a cheering quickbttp. Such chimes cost $18
Uul enough of the chimes. Here, in the
next section, is a very large collection of
epicurean aids of endless delight to everyone
Who lives even though this Ufa be bounded
by the ft ur v.-alls of n New York flat.
Table Things Odd
Centuries of old world luxurious living are
reflected in the hundred and one little devices
f( r the f'ble comfort that we have sought out,
and brought here for someone's Christmas. In
these cute little English toddy kettles of brass;
in these spirit lamp casseroles of aluminum
with their dishes of beautiful sjreen French
fireproof porcelain in u dozen shapes and sizes -tiny
saucepans, hot water bcuilloires, chop
dishes, milk pitch' ra, etc.; in these aluminum
tea Itralnen standing on four lee.s; in these
five o'clock tea kettles of graceful line; in these
nickel-plated stands for hot plrtcs or dishes
that can be extended as needed; in these open
work baskets for bon bons; yes, even in the
great solid-looking silver framed plank for
SupiKising n woman does net need all these
thinga( their presence on the sideboard or
buffi i meant I daily reminder of someone who
took the trouble to find something out-of-the-ordinary.
And even this is not all. From Germany
and Austria comes metal-crnft most delight
ful every piece with its practical use. Gold
messling gold mixed with brass - steel, brass,
copper, all used with consummate art in jardin
ieres, trays, stands, vases, racks, punch bowls,
baskets, etc., all as artistic as though made
with no other end and all so different
Nothing but imported trays in another
section oval, square and round in rnany sizes
the bottom of tacfa a decorative tile in colors.
And a few rare gems in the form of mahogany
trays with glass bottoms protecting pieces of
rare Oriental embroidery, each cut from the
robe of an Eastern potentate. Few trays like
these reach the Western Hemisphere.
From Other Lands
Wood carvings from Switzerland baskets
indescribable from France and elsewhere
porcelain pantry sets and cabinets and kitchen
helps in wood and delft from Germany
enameled ware from Bavaria that is actually
decorative mechanical devices for lightening
..ousehold labors from practical Germany
and so on down the line.
A Wonderful Show of Gift Things
iwry one out of the ordinary every one with a practical side.
Coim itml SV Housewares Basement, New building, near Subway c.Ur.in:-.
Formeily A. T. Stewurt & Co., Broadway, Fourth avenue, Eighth to Tenth street.
We Have Bought the Finest
Mosaic LampstoSell at $25 to $1 1)0
130 lamps are all the maker would let us have.
That is not to be wondered at, because the lamps
at $100 are usually sold in our beau
tiful Lamp Store at $150, and even the
lamps at $25 never sell for less than
Only those who wish the highest
grade lamps will be interested in this
Christmas event. The shades are very
beautiful, made of many pieces of col
ored glass in conventional or very artis
tic liower patterns. The standards are,
almost without exception, plain columns of mat
green brass. In the collection are floor lamps with
28-inch mosaic shades made of over 2,000 pieces of
glass. These are the $100 lamps that usually sell
Prices of the portable lamps for library tables
and living halls are $65, instead of $100; $40, instead
of $65; $30, instead of $50; $25, instead of $40.
Desk lights with mosaic shades, $10, instead
These are this season's new styles and because
the maker counted a bit on their popularity he had a
few of a kind in his stock, which, while he probably
would have sold them before Christmas, he consented
to sell at once to us at this concession of price.
Perhaps you may like your wife or your mother
to benefit. Second Gnllery. New Building.
Not Only Do the Men Get Better
Overcoats Here, But They
Get Them at a Saving
As an Instanceof This, We Call Your Atten
tion to the Silk-lined Velour Coats at $24.50
These silk -lined velour coat3 were made especially for ur,
from the last of a manufacturer's Stock. The velour is the very
highest grade to be found in America, and every stitch of it is new
'his season. The very acme of conrervative style. Neat pat
terns in gray. Chestcrhrld mvic Velvet collars. All sies.
AnyOM who knows coat values will pronounce these $40 coats .
and so they would be bought and sold regularly-
But Perhaps You Prefer a Storm Coat
Then we are ready to serve you equally well. These Co .1
are of regular .stock but the economy la there never; helcss. Com
' ination collar, ulstrr effects, some cravcneUed. Slngle-breatted ;
coats, $18 to $35. Double-breasted, up to $40.
it 1 1 . c 4-1 r 1 i T
moreunu murcui uic kuiim iuptuais
We are kept busy providing enough of these coats to insure a
selection for men of any size. But we like to be kept busy ! Day
by day you will see more and more of these distinctive tweed coats
on the streets of New York. Wannmaker's brought them here!
A Reminder to the Young- Wen
Do the men realize v. hat it means to find a clothing store in
which there are more than two hundred patterns of suits? And
twelve models from which to choose styles? This applies par
ticularly to the YOUNG MEN. Prices range from $16.50 to $35.
Men's suits, $16.50 to $48. Main floor, New Building.
December Is the Busiest Month
For Silk Stockings
They are almost as gift-like as gloves, and we are pretty sure
there is not a single woman, or man, or child, who would not be
delighted to get silk stockings, whether the box contain one or a
Hurried here from France are new styles in fine silk stockings
for women black, with heavy embroidery and vertical open
work. $7, $8, $9 a pair.
Any number of styles embroidered with black or a bit of
pink or blue or violet at $5.
A dozen styles in varying beauty of designs at S3. 75.
New from Germany are good quality silk stockings with ma
chine embroidered designs, with deep double top, with stoprun
edge at $2.50.
Evening and other colors in silk stockings at $3.75 and $5.
Other silk stockings for women, $1 to $5.
Silk stockings for little folk, 75c to $1, 70, according to size.
Little silk socks of white, pink or blue, 30c.
Men's silk socks, sold in the Burlington Arcade at $2 to $5,
including that notable English ribbed changeable silk sock at
$3.75 which men tell us they could not find even In London this
Mri'n doer, Both Buildings.
Formerly A. T. Stev.art & Co., Broadway, 4th avc, 8th to 10th st.
bt'dbt tt I fi WEEKLY
m WW ff" U L OPENS AN ACCOUNT
THIS Tr"" VHUIt.
SOLID BRASS BED
WITH EVERY PURCHASE
OF lOOxr ONOYsn
3? DOWN ON
I? HAY FR&Gtfr AM AUQIV HAtLttlAL)fim