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TBI IVlNINd WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, ltli.
COLD WATER ON
Now Landlord Must Answer
Suit for $5,000 Young
SAT ON HER OWN STOOP
Ruler of House Ordered Her
Away and Then Got Bucket
WhM Mn Ann Cloran. aire of re
ward T. Cloran, secretary of Broad
way conatructlon company, would not
move from the front itoop of the epsrt-
mem house et No. 421 Manhattan av
nue Janitor Atkins dashed a bucket of
' water upon ner Just to show that his ;
lordly will would not brook disobedience i
from a lowly tenant vassal.
The Clorans were thoroughly aroused.
They had lived In apartment houses
long. IThey had stood In awe of Janitors.
But now they rose In their wrath, can
celled their lease ami filed a suit for
18.0(10 damage against lllchard C. Klpp,
owner of the building, with all tha
steed and vlm.r that Janitor Atkins had ,
iti.nl. n In m,. nir Mrs. Cloran with I
the bucket of water. The suit Is on
trial to-day Iwfnre Supreme Court Jus
tice t'rndlnton and a Jury.
HUSBAND WENT TO GET SOME
Mrs. CWiran, a pjretty young woman,
was accompanied to court by her liua
band and their two little children. She
took the stand and told her story In
response to questions propounded by
Attorney Thomas A. MrCols.
"We had been out for a walk," said
Mrs. Cloran, "my husbnnd. my sister,
the children and myself. Just aa i
got back home the children asked for
Ice cream 2nd Mr. Cloran said he
would step around the corner and get
It. We sat down on the stoop to wait
"In a minute Atklna, the Janitor,
came out and ordered ua away. We
did not go."
Mr. McCole wanted to know If Mrs.
Cloran waa not already In terror of
"Indeed I was." she said, "but I ex-
pected Mr. Cloran back In Just a minute'
and was resolved to stand my ground. I
did not think he would attack me right
there In nubile." i
"Well, tell the gentlemen of the Jury
luet what happened." said Mr. MoCole.
"Atkins dashed out again with a bucket
of water In his hand and dashed It
upon me," said Mrs. Cloran. shivering
at the recollection.
Mr. Cloran on the stand said his wife
waa deathly pale and very wet when he,
got back. I
miee lulu a ma a irs -rr i wave
"I was there all the time after the
assault until we moved." responded Mr.
Cloran. "I only went out of the house
once. My wife was In mortal terror
that that Janitor would do violence
to herself or the children."
Mr. Cloran enumerated Janitor At-
kin.', misdeed. from the buck.t I
of w.c r affair aj follows:
Wilful refusal to remove garbaga for
dv at a time.
Wilful refusal to make a light In t'.ie
hall outside the Cloran apertmunt.
n-iiiierste end constant ringing of the
eteotrlc bell In the Cloran apartment,
lu.t to be annoying.
The landlords lawyer asked him 1
why. If lie was as devoted to his funi-
llv as he asserted no waa. a. urn aw,
iatawa. tV... d.nlt.ir mttJ to be- I
ha- tin jumi'tr maue 10 ue
ave lone before .he feud OOlmlMtM
the wetting of Mrs. Cloran.
tt'a urutty hard to get out of these j
tment houses when you Have
g? responded Mr. Coran I
andlord Klpp I dufense Is that UM
k. f mii.ter Incident was a uer-
n inW HIWHI ..nr.. v svsaw.s.
Landlord KJBP'i dufense Is that the
bucket of water Incident was a per
aoiml matter butween the t'lorans and
Jsnltor Atklna and not misconduct of
Uie Janitor In the discharge of hts
CHARGED WITH EXTORTION.
Driver says llausaae Society gent
Made Him Par pa.
S?dniy M. Schwab of No. IS l'atchn
avenue. Ilrooklyn. nn officer of the Now
York Humane Society, and for years at
tached to the Tombs Police Court as a
probation officer, was a prisoner to-lay
i..j. Muulstriite Hreen in
wliert he had formerly served, charged
with extortion. The complainant was
Harney Dorf, a produce dealer, of Tena
fly, N. J.
According to Dorf he was driving In
West street to-day when lie wus ap
proaohed bp the officer, who stopped the
u,,m he was .IrlvliiK and told him that
his horse was lame and that he would
have t" arrest him.
"I told him that I was In a groat
hurry." sal.l Dorf. "Then he said that
If I would give him 12 he would let me
go. 1 paid him the money."
Schwab pleaded not guilty and was
held In .500 ball for examination to
morrow. Another Subpoena for Arehlioltl
John I). Arab hold, ITesMent of the
land J OH Company of Now Jer.se.
was served with .in onler to-.Uv t-i show
aa. Q r. .. i?
csuse in the Suprem- C ourt on Oct. IT
why lie siiout.i mil one? a wpvvaa re-
eently snrveil on h.tn demanding liU
nresi-n.-e at tin- hua'ings In the Ht in.lar 1
Oil-Waters Pierce litigation. Mr. Arch
bold era s subpoenaed Ihe day ho re
turned from Kurope, hut never put In an
appeal .in .- at Hi . hearing.
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GIANTS AND RED SOX IN SIXTH GAME
(Continual from Firm Pags
and stole second cleanly, dnodgraai
played the welting game until the
count atood two and three. He then
struck nut on a straight ball that spilt
the plate. It waa up to Murray, and
he took his time. By this he also put
the pitcher In the two-three hole. He
then rolled a alow one to Wagner that
was good for a single and Doyle went
to third. In trying to catoh Murray off
first O'Brien made a balk and Doylo
was allowed to score and Murray to
take second. O'Brien made a motion to
throw and than stopped which, under
the rules, la a balk, and all the run
ners are permitted to advance one baae.
O'Brien was plainly riled and when he
put one, an easy one, over for Merkla
the big first baseman alammed It to
the right field wall for two bases and
Murray aoored. Hersog caught tha
spirit of tha thing and shot a bullet
like drive to the left field fence for two
bases, scoring Merkle. Meyers smashed
a alngla through abort but Wagner
broke the hall down enough to force
Hersog to atop at third. Meyera and
Hersog worked a double steal and
when Yerkes made a bad throw to the
plate, Hersog scored and Meyera got
all the way to third. Fletcher beat
out a clean bunt toward third and beat
It out with ease, while the big Indian
Qm pln wlth , firth
first by a quick throw from O'Brien to
Stahl. SIX HITS, ONE KRHOR. K1VK
Oardner rolled a bunt toward first,
wheh Marquard fumbled, and It was
good Tor a base. After taxing two Dans
Stahl drove a line single to centre.
Wagner tried to wait Itube out
after he had got two balla Marquard i
fanned him on three successive curves.
After getting three balls on Cady Mar
quard put one over and the big catche.'
popped a foul to Meyers. Engel was
sent to bat for O'Brien and made good
with a two-bagger to the left field fence, i
which scored both Osrdner and Stahl. !
Devore played the ball badly as it
bounded off the fence, which allowed
the aecond man to score. For this lie ;
mimm .ili.rmul wilt, ,l. .rmr I 1 il. I 1
popped an easy fly to Chief Meyers.
TWO HITS. TWO KHHORS. TWO
Collins went In to pitch for the
Iti-d Sox. Mat-guard went after the
first ball pitched and lifted an easy fly
that Stahl caught near the box. Devore
failed In an attempt to hunt and then
struca out. Speaker took Doyle a long
drive to center for the third out. NO
HITS. NO ERRORS. NO RUNS.
After getting two strlkea and three
balls Yerkes smashed a clean single
over second. Marquard waa decidedly
uneteady and had bean putting himself
in the hole on tha last two-and-three
batters. Mctlraw was evidently wor-
rled about him. aa he aent several of
his pitchers out to warm up and ba
ready. Speaker after working Mar
quard for two balla drove a long liy
0 Snodgrass. Devore reads a great
run across tlx- left field foul line and
caught Lewis's foul for the prettiest
pluy of the game. Murray made a
great run Into deep right and pulled
down tlardner'e drive that
like a home run. ONE
ERRORS. NO RUNS.
Collins fouled Snodijrais with a fast
one and then made him almost break hJ
back going after a slow one that
dropped over Ihe plate. boudgiaai
, . ..... . - tm,lu r.i-i.
an.-.., lean s .... -T-:
by six Inches, but on the n xt tr Blf" I
. , v, ....... ' m hMOtiful
JJJ - ful1,,hlv trted lu
make It a double and SU inrown VHSS I
Vwrk.ss. nil i jvad a bad ,
m.l,, .,ii.....a u with alow .
K,.ounder to Oardner that he beat out I
........... " i
wllh ease. Merkle Lrle.1 the deiayea ,
.teal and .almost caught the Sox napping,
but Wagner go: over Just In time to
t"- Cady'. throw and touch him out
TWO HITS. No Hl'Nfl.
8tBh,., roana to nrmt
n9mrmwlZ 7 . . . .V . VAiTT'
bl. t in pirn Kvam rlatmeU that Morkln
!, k hiH foot (mm the bag too BOlOk
.n.l .ailed him safe. Snodgra. rail
back Into deep centre and made a mar-
1. aM Isa trtSll!
I'VJlS 1. S
-a-Ja W)d Htahl vtM to third. Collins
11 " . ...... wi..t.
WMtwW MH e
right and Htahl went to third. Collins
hit a alow grounder to short which
Fletcher shot to Doyle In tfne to tone
Cady. Larry than whipped tha ball to
Merkle for a double play. TWO HITS
Hersog aiamiueu . ,-..,
drove a high fly to Speaker. t hler
Meyers then caught a fast one s.iuarely
on the nose and smashed It to the
fence In fsr leift centre for a i triple.
This was by far the longest hit of the
series, and a faster man would have
aoored. rietoher drove a .me fly to
Speaker'a Itands but Meyers after start
ing for the plate turned and ran back
to third. Marquard finally retired the
side on a sharp grounder that Yerkes
grabbed back of second. NO HIT. NO
Hooper craqked a liner into right, but
Murray was on the Job and caught It
near the wall. Yerkqp also tiled to right,
but that was easy for Murray. Speaker
popped an easy foul tliat Hersog glued
to. NO HITM. NO mOM NO
Devore. again tried the waiting game
and after getting two strikes and three
balls, drove a Texas league single Into
centre. Doyle went after the first ball
and on an attempted hit and run pluy
popped a fly to Wagner. Devore had
to hustle to get hack to the bag. Again
Josh started, hut this time Hnudgruss
Med to Hooper and Devore was doubled
ud before he could get back to first
Hooper to Htshl
D.VK HIT, - U III B.
IsWM lifted sn (iisy B .p foul la Mey-
I Aff ,vlJ ,...,, ,w 1),
jUl..llmr,i tattled l"wn ami Itrtteli lilm
,,,. Htilil also took three swing and
fanned on three plflied balls. NO !
HITS No RUN!
Hooper made a great run from deep
right and oauajht Murray's fly In back
of second. While trying to get out of
the way the ball atruok Merkie's bat
and popped a lly to Htahl. With two1
and three un him, Hersog lifted an eaay
foul, but t'ady dropped It and gave him
another chance. It made no difference,
as the Maryland, popped to V.-rkt-s
NO 11IT8. NO RUNS.
Wagner atneefeed a bouptr slraigl. at
Marquard and was thrown out at first.
Cady waa out on a long My that Hoods-rise
waa warm for. Colllna lifted a
high one to Murray. NO HITS NO
In trying to go away from MM hall
Myr Mo'Ub'U .'t , gnmimler to
Collins ami was thrown out nt first.
Kpeaker ran Into left centre and pulled
down Fletcher's llv Marquard 1 t teI
right handed and also filed to Speaker
NO RUNS. NO HlTct
Hooper lifted a high fly to Bnrsl
graas. Doyle got one hand on Yerkesa
grounder hut could not make a play
on It In thne to prevent s scrstch sin
gle. Rpeeker hit at the first ball and
lifted an easy fly'to Murray. Lewis
was also out on a high fly to Murray.
ONE HIT. NO RUNS
Devore attempted to bunt but Col
llna threw him out by an eye lash.
Doyle fouled out to Cady after taking
two heavy swings, ftnedgraea beat out
a slow single that rolled between Col
lins and Yerkes. Hnodgraea waa out
stealing second, Cady making a perfect
throw to Wagner. NO HITS. NO RUN8.
Gardner filed to Rnodgraaa. Stahl
sent out a long; fly to Murray. Wag
ner out, Heriog to Merkle. NO HITS.
FIRST IlACE-elllng; two-year-olds;
five and one-half furlongs Smash. M
Kirrlck). 11 to I, I to I and I to I,
first, Brynary, 101 .Ms mm. 6 to 1, 2 to
1 and even, second; CMIton Dance, 101
(Hoffman). 100 i 1, 40 to 1 and IB to I.
third. Time. 1.0S S-J. Sand Hog. Bosel
talre, Aurtflc, Ragusa. Chinook, Rock
rest. Frank Hudson, Oerrard and Corn
Cracker also ran.
SECOND nACK Two-year-olds; sell
ing, six furlongs. Flammarton, lOMUut
welll 4 to 1, li to 1 and even, first; Fed-
eral, 10. (Olassi, IS to S, to 6 and 3
to 5, second. Sand Vale. 100 (Ferguson),
12 to 1, 5 to 1 and B to 2, third. Time,
1.13-0. Scallywag, Itobert Bradley,
Striker, Baniegnt, Iwln and Coy also
THIRD RACE. --Three-year-olds and
up; Selling, lx furlongs rlpohn, 116
(dross), 7 to 1. S to 1 and 3 to 2. first.
Joe Knight. HOI (Hopkins), 4 to 1, 8 to B
an.l 4 to 5, second; Iten Loyal. 118 (Hut
well). 140 2. even and 1 to 2. third. Time,
14414, Elms. Kate K., Seneca 2nd .
Magaxlne. War Horn and Sherwood also
FOURTH RACE. Handicap; all ages;
lone mile Adams Express, 13B ( McTag-
f ..',',:.', . s s ' 5 and
. . . . - .....I I ... A i-.r
3 to B, second; l'rlnee Ahmed. 112 (dross),
H to I, 2 to 1 and 7 to 1, third. Time,
1.3S4-B. Jawbone, ikiy Fisher. Sir John
Johnson also ran.
FIRST RACE. Purse for Maidens,
two-year-olds, five and one-half furlongs
Kleyburne. 112 (Turner), won. Rooster.
103 (Henry), second; Tecumseh, 111
.Steele), third. Time, 1.07 3-S. Union.
Stocker. Stsr Peru. King Box. Fellow
n.an, Eleusls, also rsn.
!J Mutuala paid Kleyburne, S.iJO win, 4.10
place, 3.40 show. Rooster 4.00 place, K.Kfl
ahow; Tec-umseh 1140 show.
Kllivr RM'K 1 ... .- . ..la. msktens; puna
:... fiie i on. u.ir luriinm. -nuiemim. hi.
Htm, 111; Mdr. 114. M k Bo. 114. Am.
I"1"'. H4; Uunsute. 114; Alt.rnow. Ill; rou-
sn ovii aAfF Tksjs-iearsads aii SB! stu
Im.' trraleehasSj punt Ifiuo. iboei course slssit
Is. Ullts Julis Armour. 130; Lady Nitlllc.
11 Ml , i- re.. 147. Moi.lt, Htl Unte Fist,
lit .' n.-e Haautoa, IsY; Irria I. I Maw. 144.
Till HI' It I. K Tiir.i-X'riilli md iiv; elbni;
imru- S.M: lx f utile. Monkey. 101; H..1.U
....'. I Ua: KetiliU 107 'Jw llslten. M
Pedigree, 108: Arguna.it. lui. 'Mindtorue. l.
vf-.'. ;. lav i.n-. .r.i 110
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, snl. si. forloni. EEad ynreu. lot llusk
Isnl. 10M: Vrnlaiid. Hi; Men? lad. 118. Oast
. rti.rlsiKlJk- Miu IIV
. e IS'lt.eo, PHI; Sir AlveM.. 111. I.i.:
112, M.'lv.K. list. Surfeit 111; nt,".',. 114.
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I'atnirlie. 102. t'Uff.
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11.1' lleneral MswnniH 'tini. nil. i-siik.si. lis,
sl-eth 101. rllfli'Dlsc. loft, Jrnnv .Jeililts list;
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' ApPfSaUSJ sllowaiice . ItW.iel. Trs. s fast.
Rhinestone Edging, best quality, light weight,
on white 'or black, 35c per yard
Crystal and Silver Bead Bands
1 inch 35c Vt inch 50c 3 Inch 95c
Novelty Bands and Ornaments
in Bead, Silk and Metal
at attractive prices.
SUES HER DAUGHTER'S
HUBBY'S LOVE; GET IT?
Young Mrs. Konselman's
Mother Wants Young Mr.
Konselman's Mother to
Give Up $5o,(XX).
Young Charles R. Konselman and his
wife, who was Mlaa CsVRtNa Zimmer
man, appeared In the Supr.vne Court to
day with smiling face, evidently very
much In love with eaoh o-thar.
They did not seem In the least to mind
the fact that Mrs. Konselman's mamma,
Mrs. Annie Zimmerman, was suing Mr.
Konselman's mamma, Mra Clara H.
Konselman. for IBO.ono for alleged ajlens
tlon of the affections of young Mrs.
Konselman's papa. Adam Zimmerman,
wealthy manager of a ohalp of res
taurants. All this "In Isw" relationship, which
had become "at taw" so far as the
Court was concerned, would have gene
to trial to-day. but Frank I. Tlerney.
attorney for Mra. Zimmerman, said that
his process servers, though they had
worke.i Industriously, had not been able
to serve sll his witnesses.
"There are twenty-four witnesses M
be celled by my side," said Mr Tlrrm y.
"In our attempt to ahow how Mrs. Kon
selmsn aHenate.1 the affections of her
son's father-in-law. Wo will get them
all served In a day or two and then we
will go to trial."
Mr. Tlerney, while young Mr end Mrs
Konselman looked on end glanced at
each other affectionately now' and then,
told his version of the troubles that had
arisen In the houses of Zimmerman and
"Young Mrs Konselman." said the
lawyer, "Is going to tie a witness - and
an Important witness against her papa
and ner mama-in-iow. you fee, It was
the nMHMOi of this young couple that
first brought the two families together.
Mm. Zimmerman and Mrs. Konselman
became great friends after Miss Zim
merman married young Mr. Konselman.
The two families were very Intimate.
"Now, we will show when the suit
goes to trial, that the elder Mrs. Kon
selman tried for six years to win tho
affections of her daughter-in-law's
father and th.it she finally beguiled him,
Mrs. Zimmerman Ic.irncd certain things
which caused her to watch her husband.
Young Mrs. Konselman will swear that
she acs-ompanled her mother on many I
night expeditions shadowing the two.
Her testimony will he that she saw Mr. !
Zimmerman, her father, and Mis. Kon- ,
selman. her mother-ln-law. go to vari
ous hotels together and that she an.1
her mother often stood outside In the
street nil night long, waiting for Mr.
Zimmerman to leave the hotel."
RECTOR SUES FOR $12,000.
nt Maa rails Oat
I hlesH.i Partners.
Charl K. ROOtOfi wiio kava thf
name MllMtortf" t RronJway. brought
fttll in the Hupreme Court tnil:ty,
through hlf rounnel. Muurlce Mfyr,
agalnat the entabMp.hn.ent In CblCftgOi
known an "Hectors" ami alno aKalnxt
Lnula Kckntcln, Lfouln N. Stumer, Blla
Jumln J. Rosenthal arnl Aitnm K Nu
baum, lnill Idually nrnl uh offlrern of
the IlllnolH rotporiitlon, t reeover
$12,000 which la rlulrnml to be dun
under an agreement of mile.
Hector a!leKe4( he auld hln Chiraifo
repitaurant to the 1efendantp. In 1991
under un agreement by whirh ho VM
to receive a tlxed xuin fur rental
t'ntll one year aao the paym.-ntH were
mude prymptty. Iinl n dlnputeH
an...' and the pavment!. Which Were tit
be mude monthly, chiuiwI, ht allngen
In one year thene paynuntH amounted
Kreneli Cabinet Discusses War.
PAR 18. (let. 14 The French Premier,
Raymond Polncare. .-.invoked the Cabinet
In apeclal ae.slon this afternoon to 00 It
slder the political sltiiutl.iu aritlnf. from
the war In the llalkans
The Pure Product of
Nature' Springs. You will
f ltd better ttnd do better f or uaing
lg Clatnia on Arising lor
DIDN'T YOU REGISTER?
FIE! HERE S A MAN BORN
IN 1799 BEAT YOU TO IT!
"I'm 113 Years Old," Says
Joseph Frty, Astounding I
The rer stry board In the rlgsr store
at No. 14.. l.cnox avenue, the pdllc.-man
use gncd thero and the ell liens Wt II M
In line to register all looked up In
astonishment when an old man Who was
being registered Saturday nlghb an
swered lo the question of hts age.
"I am one hundred and thirteen years
The chairman, who could htrMv be
lleve his ears, repeated his question,
but got the same snawer.
It wss Joseph Ft ay of No. 42 West
One Hundred end Seventeenth street
who acknowledged to t ls remarkable
age. He could have passed for eighty.
He walked without the aid of a stick.
He answered the question In a voice
which had hardly a quaver In It and
hod come to register alone.
The registry board put him down aa
having been born In Russia In ITN
hsvlng been eighty-five years In this
country and as having taken nut his
naturalisation papers l.i May, l5. In
He Is an uctlve member of the
Knights of I'ythtus, Independent Order
of Bnal in lib. of the Worklngmen's
Circle and of the Zionist movement.
Politics Interest him as much as his
fraternal activities He will cast his
vote for Wilson slid Sulr.er
He hss nine gran.ichiidr.ii n mi. us h..
put It. "something like fnrtv-slx great
grand-children." Ills sister li nlii. ty-idne
years old and still earns tier own llvtng
us an Installment peddler.
(UK Dll tWN ( K .
(Knife t he lletrmt r'ree Tress I ,
"How's tlie third party getting along
In your Slate?"
"Well. It's hard to tell. Si far they've
got members enough to run for the
offices, but they seem lo be stiy of
people to vote for 'em."
1VIH- UltwKH . l.l'lll,
(Prom tl.e 1'lttslsir.li Post.)
"Why Is .he going atoui.d In tb.it .19
"After votes, of course. She has a
confection that she wears on the sly."
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Weaves, TwoTone Novelties, Broadcloths, Plushes,
Corduroys and Polos a most attractive assortment.
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colored Linens, tan and cadet, also l-rtiich hand
made dresses of Lingerie materials and eyelet em
Children's Hats: $3.00, $5.00, $6.50 to $20.
Velours, plain and scratched I VIts, Beavers, Tai
lored Corduroys, Velvet and Pltlsh, 'l am o'Shanters
and Turbans, also Fur Novelties, extremely chic
Sweaters, Leggins and Toques.
Including infants' Sweaters, Drawer Leggins,
Toques and Hoods, girls' and misses' Sweaters, and
knitted and Angora three-piece Sets.
James McCutcheon & Co..
5th Ave. & 34th St.
An O utfit fo
At the I tut r -t rrlrc.) In III Nmi
lour Kin, si- 4ir Ai.urt iiumI for
7"0ur Model Four
(JIM hXllllilTION A I ULK I1U r KUU .V13
Including a (.uaranteed Uamarda Lacquered Brass Bed
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i.ti.ii,- or a nsir nf i.n.-e Carialaai sail tress, 't teenies, riliowsi Caasf aylabls t
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s. t Chair., lieldea Uali Dinine n- a. uk Kin in n i i..sei, i .., aeersl -tension
lulile. WlsWeee IMaaeff set or Kii.ii,-n t i.ulrs. a.1 aleeee of ilnaare.
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as above at .
Write for our NEW BOOKLKT
containing infoimation iei;ard -
nS our outfits. M iilel free.
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FOUGHT DULL AT MIDDAY
BECAUSE ONE PRINCIPAL
HAD TO HAVE FULL SLEEP.
I'ime Weber, Paris Art Critic. Dan
gerously Wounded in Conflict
I'A RIP. Oct. U.-Leon Blum, a theat
rical man, fought a duel In tho Tare
dea I'rlnces to-day with Pierre Wexier,
sn art critic, ami wounded hint d.in
g rously In the stomach. Ilium and
Weber disagreed over the merits of a
The meeting occurred at 11 A. M.,
.'licit later than usunl for such affairs,
because Weher positively refused to
leave bt tied nerore nts regular nour
It's eyeglass time for you
your pyes have that tired feel
ing afttr your day's work
If you CsUtflOt read or do close
work without discomfort If
you do not see as clearly as
you used to.
No matter what the diffi
culty, consult a Harris Oculist
(registered physician); he will
examine your eyes and tell
you frankly whether or not
you need glasses.
If glasses are required we
furnish you with Harris Classes
I under a binding guarantee of
Harris Glasses cost $2 or more.
OcuUcU and Ottduinft
(4 Bust 23rd St., near Fourth At
17 West 34th St., bet. 6th and 6th Ave.
64 Went 126th St.. near Lenox Ave.
4U2 Columbus Ave., 81st and K2od St
TO Nasiau St., near John St.
1000 Broadway, near Willo'by, Dklju
489 Fulton St., opp. A. 4 8.. Uklys
607 Broad St..
Half a l enf urn
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OUR I.IBLRAL CREDIT TKRMS
1 apply also to Long liilund, New
I Jersey and Connecticut.
Irrlnhi a RIlOMS
llrilrusd .a lomprlfi)
I are lev l .irni I
in . saw
SATURDAYS UN rL )
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LAWYER'S FINE REMITTED.
J- V. Homier Makes Apology
Jaallee Page la mart.
JueMce Pags remitted the o Una ha
Imposed on John V. Bouvler Jr. foe
contempt of court last Friday, whan
Mr. Bouvler came before him to-day
The fine was Imposed after Justice
Page dire ted a mistrial In tha suit of
A SALE OE LEATHER GOODS
WILL BE HELD TOMORROW. CONSISTING OF THE
FOLLOWING SPECIAL VALUES i
WOMEN'S SHOPPING BAGS. I
USUAL PRICES $4.00 4 500 AT $2.75
WOMEN'S MOTOR OR TRAVELING CASES,
WITH CELLULOID FITTINGS. USUAL PRlCE$10jOO AT $7.00
ALSO A SALE OF STATIONERY
IN BOXES CONTAINING 5 QUIRES OF PAPER
AND 100 ENVELOPES 5 AT 554)
8. Altmatt 3c (Ho. arestwwtnga
ATIVE ASSORTMENT OF MAHOGANY ART
CONSISTING OF TEA WAGONS. TEA TABLES.
SEWING AND CARD TABLES. NESTED TABLES.
TRAYS. MUSIC CABINETS. ETC
A SPECIAL OFFERING FOR TO-MORROW (TIJESDAY)
WILL CONSIST OP THE FOLLOWING i
PALM STANDS. INLAY DECORATION
ACTUAL VALUE. $5.00 III"! AT $3.50
TIP TABLES. INLAY AND MARQUETRY DECORATION
ACTUAL VALUES. $8.50 k 1050 AT $5.00 46.00
TEA WAGONS OF
ACTUAL VALUE. $27.00
SERVING TRAYS, INLAY AND MARQUETRY DECORATION
IN SEVERAL DESIGNS .... AT $7.00
ACTUAL VALUE. $10.00
LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
BEINC SHOWN IN NEW AND ARTISTIC
AFPROPPATE FOR ALL PURPOSES.
ALSO A PLEASING VARIETY OF CANDLE SHADES. FOE
BOUDOIR OR TABLE DECORATION.
LAMP AND CANDLE SHADES TO ORDER,
WILL PLACE ON SALE TO-MORROW (TUESDAY
IN TWO SPECIALLY-MADE STYLES. AT 75c. ft 90c
USUAL PRICES. $1.25 4 1.50
IN THE REGULAR STOCK OF THE CORSET DEPARTMENT
ARE BRASSIERES MADE BY NOTED PARIS CORSETlEREt
IN A VARIETY OF MATERIALS. INCLUDING ALL-OVER
EMBOIDERY OR LACE AND ENGLISH EMBROfDEREa.
Jiflrj Auruur, 3111) miH 35tl, trrrla, Km flotiw
HANDY SIZE I
24 PAGES. 16 PAGES IN COLORS
FREE WITH NEXT
H-H-r-l-t-H-H I . I I 1 I I I I I l -
Krtrh ft. Clstr. all
Abraham L. Krlanger for IMMt AM
amount '.. elalmeq en a W.W eoatraat
in n.r fever, aarael to by Ker a
Krlangar. Mr. slrlangar a lHei MM
oontraot. but said he era aeerae awe
signing k br Maa D. Steoer, Mlaa St
Clair a lawyer. Mr. Bouvler repreeeatc
Miss Hi. Clair and Steuer.
Tha action brought br Mlaa St. Clair
waa placed at tha foot of the term cal
endar to-dar and will corns to trial m
about a month.
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