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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
CHARLEY AND "STOUT
Result of Their Amateur De
tective Work Is Divorce
Suit Against Feller.
"Braaurwa.jr," onoa romwked old In
apeotor rtyrii.a, "la thr mn!t delec
tlva In ttie world. Soma time 1n every
nuui'a life he hit the trail of the white
11JH It'a only a mutter of waiting.
We're hound to ar.t h1m."
Trie truth of the old PlautlVe phlloa
ophy w tiMn In Juetlr-e 'JararJ'e port
of the Supri in. Court to-ila when Mr.
Jearrette Feller'i aiirt for dlvnrre
apajnat Charlet M. Feller, a woollen
merchant, waa trle.l. Mra Feller named
a "itout. uivprepowcrwlng blonde" ns
.o-reipondent. The pin. .'f vti tStSP
.ler, r.hlMlah hrunette.
Th wltnenee. Ja.-oli trjlrrrowlti and
Sorje Welntraub, fr!nnla of Keller.
Cre utandln In front of the Hotel
rtliiln.ua on the evening raf Jan. 3.
1!'12. when "Ohur.y mid a fleehy (tlrl
with rel.llah hnJi" oame along. Wnln
traub aw.rre. The- watched Faller and
thw wonnan go Into the Martinique.
"Well, what do you know about
'lrl y T" ar-kr-l lUlmowIt "Wonder
ivhat IPafaaj wmiM any to thatT"
llalmon-Hl admitted to Juetlce O.rar.1
tiiat ho la naturally a c.urdoua man. He
.'ee not pPJPCtt make a pra'-tlce pf
"noainK Into OftbPf I !' affaire," but
lie admitted Charley Feller and Chm -ley'a
friend PfPaPPPd bin to am.li iui n
!XM pleat 111 dPCVdpfl to IIikI out whnt
Imrley kuj irp to.
Accordingly, lie and W.lntrauh went
Into the hotel, aaw the clerk and got
l.ermlaalou to rail. It wag an hour
.ifter GtPSfipy und hie OOCXapaAaM went
Into the hotel, lie Kently pushed open
he door to Charley' apurtrnent. There
wae n flying llxure in thn air, which
enkaahel agalnnt thn door, which In
turn bumped HalBSOPitS'l noie. lliu
Jtalmowltz Wai eiittslleil. e had found
nut mimethlne- Okarte) did not want
him to know.
Next time he met Mra. Feller ha
"iiappeiid to mention" that '"Iiarley
did not Ill to be tie fill ritlve to hla
wife a furmprlr, I'rom that remark
to the full atory of Charley'a rapt. ire
nn Broolway, he told the Court, wae a.
elmplo Jump. Thon Mra. Feller brought
anlt and auhpoeruied Halmowltx nrid
Welntraub to tell the Court how they
had played detective on Charley. The
Court reaervod. deelilon.
CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR
IS HELD IN $1,000 BAIL
Thomas F. Devine Says ClurRC of
Illegal Registration Was Trumped
Up by Rival.
Ttimmi F Devine. candidate for Sena
tor on the Republican, Hull M'ione and
Independence Ieutue ll'kele, ar
raigned before Maglatinle Ilreen In the
Weet Side Court to-dny hnrg.l with Il
legal reeTiet ration. He wae hld for trial
In Oenenal Saaslons In II.KN) hall, whl.-h
waa Immediately furnished.
Devine, who haa charged hla Demo
cratic opponent, J. J. lloylan, with col
onising and haa offered a ,'mo reward
for eldenee leading to the ronvletlon
of pert-ona registering; l legally, made a
statement In court. He said that the
charge ag.ilnat him was trumped up,
instigated by hla polltlMl enemies, and
that the oaae would never rome to trial.
The whole affair, ho said, - was merely
the result of an effort to Injure him at
the. polls to-morrow.
The eompiainarit against Devine waa
' Daputy Superintendent or Klcrtloim Kl
I ward t, UOdbjr, Devine was am ated
,' laat night as be was allnlilliu; from an
j automobile In front of the Iu.iihw In
! which hla family lives at No. rffl West
i KLgbty-flfth aireet, (ram which hie pp
icuseia aay he should hava raartaKeredi if
at all. Devine, aaserts that he haa a
right to.reglater from No. Ml West Slx-
,ty-thirii street, where, ha says, hi has.
rented u room for four ye:ira from Mrs.
Doolry. A representative or the Attor
I ney-i lencnal's office said the proaccutlofl
I wooed preaepl affidavits from anolhef
of Mr. D.rolcy's lodgers that DavltM
!had not slept uniler her roof six tlniea
I In four yrnre.
,rter hii" in rest last night Devlna wai
'taken before Jttdft Swann of 0 antral
i Pesslona, who at one- a4mlttd hlin tn
TOM FOLEY OUTBID
FOR HIS CLUBHOUSE.
"Dowtown Tammany'' SoKI to i.
; Iincmie5, But He Will Get
eno Dr'sroll and Mlnliael Tlofrun,
who are conducllng a campaign against
ex-rhorlff Thomas Foley In the Stand
I Aiisemhly Dlatrlct, have bontht fie
building nt No. Madltsn street, whlrtl
haa been OOOtiplad for several years hy
I Foley4 club, the Downtow n Tammany
Drlacoll nnd nofrmno outbid Mr. Pt1
In the purchase of the properly, fiaving
$13,000 for It. Foley offered IIO.BOO.
"Our lease expire the flrnt of next
May," Mr. 1'i.b v aald to-dgy, "and It
waa our pllfpOMi If we were itlcCi saful
In rnirehnslng the building, to tear the
building down and erect a more lltabla
one. The prerent btllldlM I not all that
we deelra for a clubhouse."
DOCTOR DitT IN HOTEL.
I ruin .1. Hit Im'm Urn t U Diip lo
l'rii. I'nronrr ni.
Tr. 1twIh J. Iavla, forty-live yenrs
old, a wtMl kncwn phvulclnn r Wrtt-i-lm.
N. V.( w.ih found dead to-day In
rnnm No. 121 of t)i Mcirlloroiiprh Ifotp',
Thlrty-nlx h mtrvt ;md liroadway,
whlrh he linn OOOUpM fdnc Oct. 30.
DMth W4M lu to jMdHon.
In tho rhyalcliinH rHm, on drr nnvi s
and ti ,i tlftlt MM tlil ird. wro vials
and bOtN whh-h iMd 0OHtAlH9d mn
OOOalna and oilier drugs. In on1
of the (vrealne vials tin re was r-tlll a
j quimtlty of the drug.
The Coroner, iidmlttlng dcalh wa,n due
to dnlef", enKI It Wag not likely .in ni-
J loppy would he performed. It would ba
Iniposrdble to say, said Coroner W'nt. r-
J bottom, whether the eusr whh atllOldf
or whether the Wateitown doctor had
unwlttlniilv : tkdl nn ovetilose of driiKM.
Dr. Dml had hem Isjrilluu tit No
.V: Irvitisj pjocp ulf and On ilMOa las:
Nprt4Nf. He came lleie, 11 was stild, to
bp treated tor n Injury to' hit Jiea-i
wh!c4i aud merdo h ni deaf. lie ha-1
aaprrled p greit deal nbcut hin .on.n
:lon a.rid had 10 e ve up his Idfjga pra
tloa In "Watwrlowni.
toil npatlnva Hsfa of pi. tiki.
IIAHTlNHS-ii'N-III DHtiN. N. T.. Nov.
4. 8afe crr.ckers gol 11,700 lust night
When they blew open the big .safe In
H. T. Qoodwin'i National Holal on
Washington pPanUP, A box of iloorl
wln s best cigar and a bOttlP of whle
key wire tier ii I up duHftfJ I he tltne II
took tr, blow iii. i aafa
Freedom From Consti
p"itlvely jriiarantt'i'd by tha
occasional use of
the laxative Blood Purifior puttip in
noat boxcri handy to carry willi you.
At alldrnstUtt, 2B, BOe sad 11.00 a asm.
for frea ssmpla and lOO-paxs book writi
riols Co.. 1 00 Second Asa., New York.
Blyn Plan Shoes for children.
Strength for the weak feet.
Rest for the tired feet.
Comfort for all feet at no extra cost.
Ton of the Biggest, Brightest Shoe
Stores in New York.
Stocks that offer ever choice of
style and quality.
Shoes carefullg made to yield every
possibility of comfort.
Stores that offer every inducement
of accessibility and economy.
Reachable easily from anywhere
X?TJaWtee'. ''HVsjrnaafik& laami
BlrnPlan Shoes (or Boys
Mm) OiriP; utin metal calf
tltd patent COll desiKned
to promote comfort; pro
tect and RtrertKthen the
Blpaaatol . $1.75
sizes h 1 j to 1 1 . . . .$2.00
aiappiiHtoa. ... $2.50
Tan. nUiMfj loS . . $2.00
other sUea In Tan. same
prices uh lllack I -athei .
l ell Ilia. Itel I iimllr Mtorea. In Keneh. Shoes la All tiraaes.
a... i . vm n. (JrifC CV&iJ RdAva., sSth aVWtlijita
illli tip and V.7lh Ml. ' isaaaaf Bd A.. UVOth-lfllal Mt.
HIP Ay ntMh 40th Nta. , pBttBSBaBCag Hiiwery. nr Hriwnie HI.
Mull Order I '.'111 ltd Ave. Mrllr tor atuloi;iie of Children a Khoea.
I!:., i i. i , IS.'. Initio. HI., uiin. Abriilinm Hlnuia; H'wa.1, nr. I.reene Ave.
slnr.a ill uu.i. I.rt I'ark a l.llery Sta. tart or). .11 l-om "
SudJtn change in win
uvwtly tax induranc,
but SCOTT'S EMULSlOHi
quickly increase rttistivc-
powmt for littlm folk or
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
REAL ESTATE T AUCTION.
WilSOII-A Lower Tariff and Prosperity,
T 3 f t Comervative Progress and Prosperity,
ROOSeVelt Real Progress and Prosperity.
Whoever is elected we will have Prosperity
YOt 'LL GET YOUR SHARE of Prosperity if you
buy a lot nt the Forster-Sclnnitt Sale, the north
Ward growth of New York will do the rest.
CO LOOK AT THE PORSTER-SCHMITT PROPERTIES TO-DAY
464 Lots and 9 Dwellings
Broadway, 258th to 261st Street, Rlverdale Ave.
j and adjacent avea. and atreeta 0PF08ITI VAN COKTLANDT PARI
MUST BE SOLD at Public Auction
TUESDAY, NOV. 12th, 1912, at 11 A. M.
At the Exchange Salesroom
14 Veaey Street
70S! on Mortgage
Title Inaured Free
TflGITDII T II A V . 3in....u
ly UVUU1 um Vfll) ftUCIT, Street
10 TO 15 MINUTES FROM ANYWkiERE
At 149th St. Entrance of Subway or Elevated
OPEN ON ELECTION DAY
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED 50
lie Pay Fares
FREE SUB - CREillT
Ibis Imperial Leather Coueh
Frrc Loral and
fry Ulth Mot r
THIS BED oi' r
MT, ii" ii Jinn
Brd, Spr og anil
Ma llrest Com
PSPf Im.IiImi Oak 1 r.iue. Kfi
(Mdai Oak 1 r.mc.
Keaular I'rl. e Pill
FP.EE witb every pnrchase ! $50 FREE with every purchase ol J7..
THE JOHN WANAMAKER STORE
WILL BE OPLN ALL DAY TUESDAY
Pfflllfjlllll lltl llPViofl I Cpp made no Unit cvt rv one roniHTlerl with the DWlBtPJ may OPtl liis bpllot.
Formerly A. T. Stewart ('o.
Broadway. Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street
104,752 Yards of Newly Opened
Silks and Velvets
From Twelve Mills
Will Be Offered Tomorrow
Because these mills are now working
on next seasons merchandise, we can
sell these silks at average half prices
Unless you have been reading our announcements, and huve
been following what the silk store lias been doing, you may not
understand why we can offer this new lot of silks so low in price,
The plain tact is that silks do accumulate in the best
regulated mills, and that when a manufacturer wants to dispose
of a surplus lot he comes to the store which has the largest
Since our last important sale twelve such manufacturers
have come to us, and from their stocks we have selected what we
think will he the most appreciated by our customers at this time.
These Are the
$6 Chiffon Velvet at $3.75 Yard
1,000 yardf colored and black chiffon
velvet -W inches wide fiuni the lst vc! . t
yviker in America, Sohl by us-ll u-usou
until today ' S'fl-
$4.50 Double-raced Silk at $1.98
5,000 yardi utin us poft as charioeui for
tailored auiti which will require n lining.
Reverse aide of plain colon r itripea. IjO
$3.50 Satin at $1.05 yard
5,ooo ynrdi Satin Hit, u Inches wide, M
li'lit ami dark shades und black Re hi -
mended whore brilliancy "f aurface is tie
siied. $3 Crepe at $1.85 Yard
10,000 yard.s, WOVCO lil' Indian Crepe
very dose, and heavy with silk. 40 inches
wide; 40 shades and black
$3 Charmeuse-Ritz at$1.85 a Yard
15,000 yards. New .shipment of this
fftvorite .siik, 40 inches Midi', brilliant and
perfect fur dmping, fifty street and evening
Open Election Day
An Opportune Time to Visit
And get acquainted with the safest
place to buy a Piano or Playerpiano.
You will find the Sterling Building of
interest whether you purchase or not
You cannot buy a better low priced piano anywhere in Greater
New York. Absolutely guaranteed. Easy Payments.
I You cannot find an instrument that will surpass it In quality of
lone and enduring service for the same money anywhere In this J.
country, busy monthly payments if you like. )
Pianos $325, $350, $400, $500
... . . i- , L J II. L!-L
riano Construction in tnese msirumenis nas rcacnea us very mgn
esl possibilities, both .is to interior musical perfection and exterior
architectural design and exquisite artistic finish. The prices are lower
than other pianos in their class.
Silks We Offer:
$4 Crepe-iVleteor at $1.6S a Yard
4.000 yards, extra heavy, -W-inch Crepe
meteor, in all .shades ami biack. Subject to
slight weaving imperfections, but nothing
that sffocta the wearing qualities,
Black Si! Us
J '. .Hid anls, 0c lo yard for 5c to $6
black crepe satin ami peau do oygne, im
ported and domestic.
$1 and Si. 25 Fancy Silks at 58c a
1 0,000 yards imported fancy silks, no
coh r combinations, including many of black
ami white, navy ami white, and white ami
black, latin, taffeta and louisine.
85c Plain Silks 48c a Yard
so,?.-.' yards satin peau do oygne, .'i
street and evening hades, lor Ijniugs and
founds til rts, Bstremely n;u:ille, and made
espeoinll lor dressmakers. Single width.
Silk 1( 'inula. Mnin AilU
(.w Mew art OulldlBlO
M:iv hmiiffhl tin' dellallts ol music and the ineaiii lor entertain-
ment into hundreds of homes where the ordinary piano was seldom
Huntington Pianos, $300, $325
rtiesi jrtit';.- upright p'anos meet the most (XSCttni demands of the musician who
clor'sn't wnt to buy tb highest priced instrument. Wl know of no pUno that will give the
itrvtes for the moaty.
Huntington Playerpianos, $625
Think what it mean to have a pltflo that can be played with perfect accuracy and nur-
veloas artistic ' :t by any member ' yottt family.
Mendelssohn Pianos, $225, $250, $275
a,h 1 want a piano that c.ists a snuii imount of money, and vet t it is thorough!
good In everv respect, imposing and beautiful in design as well as artistic in "nisli, can find
no piano that will give better satisfaction
Mendelssohn Playerpianos, $550, $575
,1 enaWei one to play the simplest popular smig or the most difficult classical com
position; i. it onl) with masterly technlqu ?t with Individual interpretation and sentiment.
Payments Made to Suit
Cpn Evsning by Appoinimznt
The Sterling Piano co.
IManufaettirera Sterling Building
5IC-520 Fulton i-t., Corner Hanover Place, Brooklyn, N. Y.
PIANOS AND C'.GANf
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