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I M 'M'M'M'M'I MH Mil 1 1 I I 1 I M I I I I 1 II I I I I I I I'1-M'MM Mill H-IIM
Princess a Bride Last February
And Husband She Would LeacS
RE gASHlONS gOR BJOMEN gjARBAROUS? .HS
I I'I-M'I'M'M'M M I I I'l'I'M'I'M'M I I I M I M-I'1'M-I'MI'M"MM I I I-H-H-I-H-
BEENPOISONEDiw Attempt to Prove Women Are Cruel,
the BTTEimrairoROT, montjxy, mitm
I Princess george
WOMAN WHO DIED
IN TUB MAY HAV
4. II LU 111 1 Luiiuniii
8 Wmtl 8
Coroner Orders Autopsy on
the Body of Anna Van
SEEK HER MEN FRIENDS.
Employer Does Not Believe
She Could Have Commit
An a-itopsr win be pr formM to-day
todetefmlne the cause of death of Miss
Ann m Auken, whose nude body was
found dead In a bathtub In her apart
ment at No. 521 West One Hundred and
Thirty-fourth street laet nltrht. Aa gai
was pouring- from a Jet In the bathroom
Coroner Wlnterbottom la Incllnoit to be
lieve that death wus caused by kss, and
that the young woman committed sul
- Me, but there la a possibility that (he
had taken or waa Klven polaon, and that
death waH nut caused by Kaa.
The fact that Mian Van Auken'a
eenty-year-olil father, with whom ah
lived, could not be found Injected some
mystery Into the case until It
learned that Mr. Vun Auken left town
on Wednesday laet to vlelt a married
daughter In AJtmont, N. Y., where h
la now. The poliOfl have been looking
for several men who are Bald to have
vlalted the apartment yesterday.
There were no marks of violence on
the youn woman'a body, which waa
only partially Immersed In water.
leath could, not have beun cauaed by
drowning. Coroner Wlnterbottom will
Insist on performing an autopsy to
maka sure that death was not caused
The young woman had occupied tha
apartment a month. Her .tether resided
with her. Miss Helen Freec.i ,a friend
of .Visa Van Auk. 11. living at No,
627 West One Hundred and Thlrly
, fourth street, told the polios the woman
'had been employed ry Joseph J. o' Don
ahue Jr., r.-al SStts broker, at No. 347
if th avenue, as a stenographer for
"Hhe and her father camo to New
York from HaokensacK, N. .1
jllaa Fice.'h. "I heard that her mot ist ; except administer them himself. It Is unfair that he ahrruld carry this ad-we.-ently
was sent to the insane aaylum ; ditl0nal burden, but It Is better that he should assume it than that his house
on Ward's Inland uiid that, belora o- fc . .... ... . .
in, laaen there, ah. tried to kill her- 1 hld h0U,,, 8uffer f0r WythlHl SXCOH $75 ht)tS.
self by Inhal ng .i. ItJmay be that
Anna was led to k.ll hei-fblf by brood-
I ..... mnth,.,1. ,.,1,1 "
CAN'T BE A SUICIDE, SAYS HER
Mr. O'tJonObAle sa.d to-day, at bis
home. No. ilu. West Seventy-third
street, that the news of Miss Van (
Mianis i waa a great .-. iocs, to.
".Miss Von Auken," he said, "has
beon a competent and faithful employe--!
r more th in ten years. We regarded
her as extremely Intelligent and of a
vry high character Sue waa remark
able lor her cheerfuln. BS and when
hs left the ofllco Saturday after
noon -lie appealed her usual sunny
self. I would pick her out as the lab:
person on earth to commit suicide.
' Had she any such ld-a In mind I
feel certain that she would have left
a note lor ms ST some of her a.-- 1
ales In the office. 1 have heurd of her
mother's plight anil also that a brothir
onoa attempted sulci. -. hut this did ml
Hm to prey upon lie" mind."
'I he body of Miss Vun V.iken was dts-row-red
by Henry BdWriS. agent of the
V it tiding, who ameUed as as he was
passing through a hallway. He entered
the Hat occupied by the round woman
and was almost overcome.
When the windows, which were il
locked, were raised the body was dts
rovered In the bathtUJb. wh'. -h was par
tlally ftljed with ..itor. A gas Jet in
the bathroom vwis open.
CORONER BELIEVES SHE MAY
HAVE DIED OF POISONING.
Ooronor W IntahjbottOOl waa called by
the V - of th( ost one llundr.-.
aiv.1 Twent.v-llflii street tstitlon.
"I am luaplclyUaj" sai l the Coroner,
"because the skin is not pink. That Is
the uaatti a Video OS of dtath by asphyxi
ation, i Intend to Laves tiara ts this dcam
very thor iughly, for l think the young
wuidm BMJf have ii.ed of poison."
Tha Coroner suld his s'lspialDn were
stiengthened by the tSCt that so little
clothing could be found in the flat. He
aid a thoioiigh search had reveah-d
nothing but a torn tMsthrODSi a pair of
stockings and a pair l - seta.
Mm Vun Auken waa last seen by
liersoas the buildlog Saturday af l. i -naOtV
Her fathei was not ouaervao in
the Uulld.ug at ah jesteiday. In the
uartment were several empty bar
bottl-es and glasHea partially flllexl with
drinks beer and WAlSkey. ItiMimar.ta
of cigars and clgaj-olU-s wore ix.t, found
No one in the house knew mooh about
the yfrHfag woman an 1 her. father, sa.d
UowiK- to the police. ' They apparency
did not caa-e to make fri.-ruls 0f th
.uiglilborB. Their del ortinent was proper
and thite was notu.ug la their oondu.t
to cause comment. "
Walks On) With llol Mnohloe.
IHlsllp Kalaircj. sMeen years oJd. of
N'o. UW Wnvorli) ptace. ptsarlsal gulity
-.i petit Isreesiy 'vl ii. M iisnvHi- U'Con-
i -r in tin. Jefferson Msrhn Court to-
ilo, and was held In M0 'mil for trial.
" lie vvumi lmhte.1 In- took nltttel-
u-fhe-slol machine, weUhintr tnrn
ty pounds. from th-- restaurant
u-ied by tisonfe G1ndonnUlg, at No.
iuj Wast r ur"tfith atraal, last nir'it,
putting -i under I '.r "in .is he wajk -i
m 0f t he rest hi i ant. P.-itrohnan J-.-m
.-1 ,l,A l,.,rl,rfl ,1, ...... .1 ,
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''on s,A I a .iM-H at w aver.ej place und
Charles atrset, There was sia a bulge
-i d, .! '.. th it ' ii- policeman :nvcU-
gated, with He i. -suit thai Falasua. was
Vr"Jbaf ' Good fTr I
WhaTa Good for Papa's Baby?
jBsrOnsn 4- Ooaih Utups.
v. set su. ;
"A Woman With Three
Children and Whose
Husband Earns $30 a
Wetk Bought a Hat for
$75, Depriving Her
Family of Necessaries,"
"I Agree With 'Common
Sense' in Saying That
the Modern Women
Says "Mrs. B. B.," and
"M. T. W." Asserts "A
Good Wife Will Gladly
Scrub Floors for the
Man She Loves."
tton In the disbursement of family
Hsrdlv anv business office Is with- i
out some man whose salary Is paid
to h:a wire at his own request because
he recognizes that dollars possess only
jceirrlfun.il force In his handa, si
I tendency to fly off or radiate from thai
centre of their usefulness, the needs
Qf his household.
Bxtravagaaoe Is aa Individual,
not a sex characteristic. So the
faot that on woman pnrchassd a
$75 bat aha oould not afford doss
not prove that ws are all bar
barians. It establishes merely
that this particular husband
should appoint n.-uself perpetual
conservator of hie salary.
Here la The Bvsnlng World reader's
WOMEN WHO DEPRIVE THEIR
FAMILIES CALLED CRUEL.
Dear Madam: Tho word barbar
ous Is meant to convey an Idea of
cruelty or ferocity. A woman with
three rajldren, and whoso husband
earns 3) per week, bought a bat 'or
$76. This was cruelty, for she de
prived hei self, her husband and her
children of necessities, or at least of
Important luxuries. Perhaps not one
person In every hundred w.-io sees
her would know whether she paid tlU
or fii for her hat It Is quite reason
able to suppose that the Instinct
which prompts women to decorate
themselves has come down through
countless generations) and that in
early times th.- custom was used
solely to attract the admiration of
the male sex. Hut In those days a
man acted by his corporal eyes and
not by the eyes of his brain. To-day
If a man marries a ' make-up" It Is
beoause be baa so little brains that
he mistakes It for the woman. When
a woman catchea a man with her
"muke-up" she usually dlsoovers
that she has captured leas brains
than she had figured on, and that
her married life will be strewn with
thorns. Woman'a Inferior physical
strength Is largely due to lack of
free exercise. And much of this lack
Is credited to her mods of dress,
especially hsr tightly laced corsets,
her high heels and her hohbls slilrts.
Personally I could nevsr understand
why women should try to make their
walata amalier than their naturil
rise. Moat men prefer a good, aub
stantlal waist t one that une arrh
would wrap around three or four
times. Uy a substantial waist I don't
mean one that would require two
arms to get half way around. TtsBe
will hung a more simple moo or
dress both for men and women
Women need not feel alone In being
slaves to fashion. Man is Just a Ut
ile bit of a slave himself. Even as I
write, my confounded collar Is hurt
ing my neck.
I aau afraid the author of this sx
trtmely talr and sensible letter Is a
trlrte optimiltk when he says that man
to-day ses woman through the eyas
of his brain. Some men may. but 1 am
afraid the average youth still woda a
pretty pair of yss, a plausible m.jp of
hair, a fresh oomplexlon or an alluring
tltiure. Kven when the dispassionate
ll.l tia hr.il,- .1... ill,,... hi.
" ' "
ha has muoh to tell of gold hair
minted ill the treasury of the goda, eyes
like sapphire seas, lips lieyond ritotss,
nothing at aB of whether she 4
oen cook and sweep and dust, spell, r
speak rreasa es
Say Ferocious, Made by a Reader
Copyright, 1912, by thm Prw Publ.
humy svmtcs ajw weK n
Wise toy T HAT"- 'Irri.ACSrJT
To-day a reader of The Evening
World tails the story of the wife of a
$30-a-week man who bought a f 76 hat.
He ottea thta purchase, which he says
deprived the woman'" husband and
children of necessities, aa proof of
But tor one Idiotic and criminal
spendthrift .of this kind there are a
hundred women who wear old dresses
and ratrlm old hat that a husband
.may flake the right appearance at
the office or the children have new
ahoea to wear to school. There are
wives as there are husbands who be
come unbalanced at the mere touch
of money to spend. When a man
finds himself possessed of a wife with
no en,e of responsibility or propor-
funds there Is nothing for him to do
own slothes. And ths novelist ta
Quits right to omit these paltry
details. They might interest the
young married man heglaatag to
look at woman through "the eyes
or hie brain," but set the romantic
youth to whom the presence of a
dimple is proof enough that the
possessor Is endowed with honor,
truth, loyalty, sweetness, sanity
and all the other ua dimpled qual
ities essential to the successful
Two Women readers contribute a de
fense against the charge thst our
fashions are barbarous and our souls
likewise. Here are their letters.
AGREES THAT WOMEN DRE83
Pear Ma.tam : I fully agree with
'X'ommon Sense" In saying thst the
wo. inn of now-a-days dress beauti
fully. Why, mnet of these men that
write to you criticise Juar for the
sake of having something to say.
They know In their hearts that they
like it. fckrsettlng certainly la the
price of a good figure. And when
coraels go out of style women won't
look nearly so styllah or neat as
they look now. M Its H. D.
IF A MAN HAS MONEY WHY
SHOULDN'T WIFE SPEND IT7
Dear Madam: I am a young girl
and do not attempt to think that I
have had aa much experience as this
"globe trotter' 1 who calls himself a
man, and who wrote you that a"
women are mercenary. Hut I know
that for the man she loves a woman
will scrub floors on hsr knees or do
anything In her power to help along
a good husband. Hut If he is
wealthy why shouldn't she nave
everything she desires within the
limit of his weaitli? Life la short
and why shouldn't she enjoy It? She
rakes cere of his house, brings up
the chlldron, It any, takes him In
all his inoods and Is ready to do
whatever he thinks Is right.
M J. W.
Tin; roMimo op this i.iw,-
by C. A. Beltier. author of The Two
Qun Man," a romance of the big West,
will begin In the Evening World
Thursday, Nov. 7.
THE COCAINE SCANDAL
Urasil Jury Wants More Time to
Porsne Its Investigations.
The last act of the Kings County
Grand Jury before It adjourned tn-day
was to hand up a presentment to JJVdJgS
Fawt-ett asking that the November
Urand Jury be assed to oontlnue the In
vestigation already begun into the sale
of cocaine and otner drugs In Hrooklyn
mid especially to the wldese-read traffic
among school children. The jury said
that It had gone tar enough to realise
thst there was need for a sear-thing In
quiry and for unrelenting prose - lion of
the drug merchants ami that It had not
had time to go to the bottom of the
9 ii," i' --iii, -i in" ouiin rim- were
Heavy Verillel for Injarert filrl. ! Just as frHiith- as the bead of the Utile
liamages In the --i-r of 1 11,000 were I M-.-Sweenev household Tin sjrera In-award.-d
to-day to Mlchao1 Pofds esk by BOrmed -o-daj that lh"!r onll hops BSI
a Jury In Jugtios srretsi' dtvlslen I through an spoeal to tne Commissioner
of the Huprema 'ourt. lirooklj-n. I In I of Cominer- e and IsHsn ,ij ,nN
Juries sustslned last Man-h by htS psaj Is liMng iiia.li- it may 1,.. bOBSihla
daugliter. Anna. In the Chslsea H'lbre , , ,, to posssssioil of the-,-MtTls.
lreenp.,lnt Hi- girl, wno was , ... 1" ,.hl ' h. i -L
eighteen vears old. we, , augni between! MM urnU,hln h?"l Then,
the folds t ji heavy belt trig when H I vr' lf P""1 " asrVarse, the) avgll
flew off a pulley and ao terribly In-1 hjBVb tO surrender the bO) to the author,
lured aBout ''be head that her mind la Uia who will at on. depoii him Th.
sa.d to hsve been affiled permsnently. I oaly way for Mrs. MoM-eene to escape
SB detention Is to put up a ls,nd.
tnAtWVM - M - tll""
C (TVi Nw York World.)
"MOST MEM PfctFeat SUBSTANTIAL WAISTJ"
BUT SHE'S ORDERED
OUT OF COUNTRY
Woman Who Brought Blind
Boy Here for Friend Caught
by Red Tape.
It Is eertslnly a weird skein of red
tape of the peculiarly Intricate sort
they weave In the Immigration Depart
ment that has woven Itself about Mrs
Christopher MnSweenoy, an American
born young woman of Oreeiisborough,
Pa., who Is being detained at Kills Isl
and to be deported for the sole reason
that she chaperoned a little blind hoy
who came here from Ireland to Join hi
The blind boy Is seven-year-old Cecil
Morris, who hoarded .the Anchor llnc
i'anieronla at Londonderri, ,
ml was put In the charge of
weeney. who was returning o
with her two little children
after an eight months' visit to her hus
Cecil Morris Is the ,,nly child of Mr
and Mrs Reuben W Morris, who came
to America from Ireland three years ago
anil settled In Akron, Ohio. The
Morrlsee se-nt for Hie boy snd we e
waltlnsr at the pier to take him to their
new home when the Ciirneronla got In
yesterday. Relatives of the Harrises
knew Mrs. Mc.Sweeney and ifked her to
care for the blind chllld during the voy
age. When the inspectors came aboard
they not only took possession of Csoj
Morris, hut of Mrs. sfoBwaetlsy and her
two children as well. When the!
reached Kills Island Mis. Maflweeneg
was inionmed that the bO could not he
admitted, and that, as she bad Irroutcht
him over, ahe Would have to take him
baok. Her American birth made no
dlfferenoe. Ked tape had It an, and
there os no way of getting oul of thin
red tape narl unless the Commlaslonsi
of Commerce and Labor Intervened,
Christopher Mcgweensr, the vmtnu
WOIMUl'1 husband, was wild with rage '
rie iun,.-iieii i:iai pi-irr.ng an appeal lo
the SUtnoriStSS in wrashlngton he at
least be allowed t.i take hlS two little
ohtkireii home with him. This would
not be- permitted until he had gone back
to Pennsylvania ad j i himself
with the birth certificates Bhonini that
the chlklren wer.- Ln,rn in this Oountn
World Want, "work Wonders.
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KEY THAT TICKED
( FOR CLEVELAND TO
SOUND FOR WILSON
Telegraph Instrument Used in
18Q2 Sent to Princeton by
I Commodore Benedict.
PfUNOKTON, N. ,T., Nov. 4. Gov
ernor Wilson will reoelve the election
returns hero to-morrow night through
the same elegraph Instrument that
1 -ked off victory to GroVSf i'leve.lanil
Commodore K. C. Heneellct, a life
long friend of drover CssVSlsnd, sunt a
message to tliiv. Wilson to-day with
the historic sounder, and the noin'iiec
Immediately had It SUbStlrtytsd for the
one the telegraph company had In
stalled 1 'Commodore Benedict tella me that
he and Mr. Cleveland wen- playing
rlhhagc the night of tin- election,"
Oov. Wilson said, "and Mr. Cleveland
complained that Ihs li- klng of the In
strument annoyed him and Interrupted
Th" Oovernor uxpresse I again il dc
sire to go to bed earl) lo. morrow night
anil hear the returns the nagt day. He I
win have wu'i him a- rua h-une to-
morrow onlythc menvbera "(' his family I
and his younger brother, Joseph It. i
"The case . rneds up and :t is not
naoesssry to sat anys ni futhsr," ,va j
the Qovern ir's only pre-election --oin- I
ment to day. Hb sit sith ids stenog. i
rupher most of the morning until Dr, I
j. m carno bsn arrived and BUbstituteg
a pink plaster for th .. -i It.- one that I late IS1,H: Helen h. Colhuin, addltloua'
the nomlnea -is wearing to rover lbs assets Inserted making lotsl eststs H'si.
i r.-, -eiv.., i iii tn.. in ii.. niahan MBT7: and li.rn.iid Itsvansgh maklm nt
in y i-si ero-i .
Th" last spas eh shli . j.i WHson
!.. I ... ,..
Will urn vr (ssia in tn
..a Elsa - ti..fi'i'Vit ti Kj. ,, i Mat
"Fighting Bob Uremn.r. tl I ipar
. .. ... , lld.il r,'
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sal-- snd "i" i fl 1 ' Bob' Brsnuier,"
said Qotfi Wilson, "bees use he is one of
the ntOSt couraglOll, men ' eve.- Knew
in the i i.-i ..r Intense physical suffering
and wh it, ni tlmOB has I'" k-I like . er-
tain destn, lln-mnr has lought vigor
nuslv "ll t"r BhBt he OelleVSg is rlg.l
and hns b.
-rieerful this ng i H all
Rremnsr suffer;, from cancel of the
n tear, or Wore for Ir.iin.
ngel" I" larri, WHO w.i- '.nil i ;
of afpon a geeh ago. args sentstteed
io from en to twent) rean in sing
Sing to-dai li) Judge I'yhe 'n the
Oaisjilnsl Branefi of the Bruohlyn nousTty
rnuri Ha had iriad is make I'ranu I
rtlavonaMI' inn al and lei dealer
ui i ruggmani -tt Marc- gvenus ami
Monro,- street. Hrooklyn, -ell mil in ami,
and when tne man rgfUBSd set fire to
ins store on April i endangering the
lives of eight fgfalllSS rhe lived on
thn floors a ive, A -rug firs Marshal
Broprry, who examln"d In n,i-rl after
he was OSUghl running away found his,
eehrows s lore l 1 and spoil of kero
Sens on Ida coal. A lury had dls
sgTSSd on th-. CSsM In Ma. ,
Daughter of Austrian Archduktj
Cannot Get fong Whh
VIMNNA, Vov. f Macees. Ovorgs .f
Bavarta levo'ay niisi a petition f r tin-
annulment of her marriage, SjBJSOPdlng
to the Krmdenh iU.
PrlnreSS QeOVtfe, WtlOSS maiden name
was Are-hdui hees Isuholla Maria of
Austria, ami who Is a daughter of
Ar. h. Ink Krrderlck, wu iiia.i-rtc.il only
In Febrile r. ; i.-i nvei- since the
QBf StWTBay .jiiarrel bSAWSJM her and
her husband ate repcsjteel to hava been
lrln-e Oe.-rge la a grandso-i of the
Plince Heaxnt of Bavaria, He Is
rhlrty-twn ywars old and the Archduch
ess Is tsrenty-tlirwe.
BALLOON 'UNCLE SAM' WINS
THIRD PRIZE IN RACE.
Cant. Honeywell, Whs Piloted
AfMfiCM Hyer in International
Contest, Cables His Success.
KANKA CTTT, (Mo., NOV, 4. Ameri a
wrm third place In the International list
lOStJ race for the 11,-nnett troph . which
Starred fro:.-. SI ul tga rt, i lerma:. v, Sflct .
S7, a4cor,lln;: to n caolekrruni i sesivsjfl
to-iiay by ileorgs M. stosars. Pre Bid sn I of
the Kansas City Aero Club, from lspt
K. K. Morrsywsll In muttgart.
Oapl. If.-lieyw,l piloted the lni".o HI
I'noK. Shtn. The osjMogreoi alnipty
states: I Won third prtse."
Iepiit State 'omptrolliT Pl BSSI hns
transmitted lie foloWlng apprnlsals uf
eslsten under the InhsHI nice tas law,
ti -dsy tn the Tr insfi r Tns Office of the
lli.i-iitl-ui C. K retschmar of No. 1WI
Wrest Klfty-elglilh street, a special pait-
ner In the Ht-. k Kxchsnge llrm of Lee, i
Kretsi-hmar K Co.i who died Dec , hTtl, I
left mi rstiite of leIMM l
Mrs Ada Hosre, widow of Alerilnd. r!
fJirauning Hows, who died in Paris, Aug
ii, mil, left .in aetata at ISN.igT Jg The
bulk of the estate goes lo tin- daughter,
who Is a resident of England and Hie
son. a resident nf Purls
Nathan I-' Strauss of No. 130 West
Fifty-seventh street, a member of the
firm of Kaufman Brothers x Dundy , Ini
porters of smokers articles, who died
Dee, 111. lllll, left nn estate. The whim
is the principal beneficiary, Bequests
were: In, m to mi. Pinal Hospital; f2,nm
to the BdUOaiional Alliance. I'J.kh tn the
y .nt.li. , . ,- Home: -... ti. the Hebrew I
Benevolent and Orphan Asylum Boeisty;
fj.oxi to the United Hebrew Charities: I
n,0M to the permanent fund of the j
peoples' Bymnbony Conosrts or New
I lr. Leonard Weber of No. 133 West
Bsventytblrd street, who died March i,
I!I2, left an estate of II-CI.TIW i. The de
i duotlons amount to B,9S!I 111 and rsduos
Ihe lll-t Value nf Hie e t il. ,, HTI,4M.M,
The hulk or ihs etaie gosi to ihs aldoa
of tha decedent. The da edeni owned an
eriulty of ll.im In t ii- property at No. 13J
West Heventy-thlid street, apiraled at
Meyer II Hhnnselt. who died Dec. .'
mm, left an estate of MIW-N Bequssta
amountlni to gt i . ware left for distri
butlon among tan Jswlsh institutions.
Mstlldg rHedrnan, who died fob. I,
mil, left 1111 I'St ltl of I'r.ll.H 7.
Ml- luiel A. Heavy, Orsng.-. N J . woh
died M uch s. IS)), owned persnniilty In
Nl-W Tors Stale V II 1 IK . t III W.M .. Ill
l lorn HeKennle Coots, wh died Ms.
a. mil", left all evtale of $17.K 4H.
emuri Zlmmern .-f Mo. 7m Rlvarstda
Hrlve. who died reh :i Isat, Ii ft sn es
tate ..r $:,.:t.i mi.
Mrs. Ann R. Woods .r No :if. West
Klghtv-lirth street, who 'led April 4,
tMg, left SH estate of K,st4.M.
Joseph de P.n-r', an SgportSf who
was In businssd al No, si New slrei t
and who died Aug Hi. HMD. left nn es
tate nf ftl. fins. 37
Kledeilck Bonn elder of W'ct-hiiwkeii.
N. J . who died .Inn. 21. lilt, held an
sqnlty 'f 11.000 iii No 411 West fifty
sixth street, valued at ll,ooo
David LevenjShali who died Feb in.
1(11, left an eetate.
Ann. i Lavlna Nlohnla, win. died Jap
i. Itlt, left all estnte or S,1 42.
Mrs. Marie .1. K Collins, Bflo died
Kch I. I00l, left nn nsliile ol (12 lIBfi'J1-
in Bronx realty, a Disuse in her win I
Bsya under i Iroumatances wtn all pi
am pan of my property be rented m
Used for th'- Hllle nf tl'Mri-M nr lo h- I
used l colored or liaMiin people,
Henry fleorge Otto Wetllanfer, wh"
dle-l April 23, 1111, left nn agtalS ('-
prslsed .t a tote valuation of lit. Pat sj
The net value aftaafdelllH "lis for lebls
ami legal egpensss is $ls,, :i
Bupplemental reports Bled amend for
mer reports of n-.ariMiis as follows :
Cstherins t llustln, rbsngea in dlatrl
union note. I. Aunh- M -',o. in. add
tlonal aassts Inserted making i .tai sa
HBtats amount I
I'llLes l fl ell nlnr Hint IMes.
Agaes And.ukikus ' n- J2v Id
-tree. lll'boke.,, got hi. hands ",
. i wiilcll lalned one-tlllleth
.nam ni slryehnins nsii
lowed n bsfors his mother
.an of his mouth
i ripllon for hei
The inll was a pro
treatment, made b
llraiier .. No .-17 liai in
street 'l b.- frantic m dher serried aim
tround to t ie doctor's "tHce, but II. c
iSUy do'd before Ihe ph ; si'-liiii's minis
i rations Could Intervene. The mother
then became hysterical
Which T- Wins?
T- W. W. T-R. W. H. T.
The Tea that always wins
X BBSS SBB, BSSHL,jSSH .1 BBS. Wl
8 H i mdrsl sr -est bTIbb 8
8 it m imKmmm' s
Rf n il l n i
HH l Hi:
$8 and $10 Swagger Coats $ .55
ease a sr. ass. a a . V Bm
I weeds iiouDie raced
New Engliah modcli, full
all styles. Splendid material
k considered. Useful garments which are liberal $8 and $10
3 values intrinsically, without considering their exclusive style.
L $15 and $18 New Overcoats $f.99
0 Boucles and Chinchillas 7
r T t 1 BSfsO. i-.u: : J
I rue cxpejueiua ui appruvcu i uui nvcnuc ismion in utc
latest "overcoat" models, which are the smartest of the new
shapes. The long, loose, ulster effects and semi-fitted models,
with Kub.-spierre collars and fashionable wide rever.
$20 and $25
One of the most distinctive assortments ol the beautiful
long garments, good for either day or evening, that have been
shown this season under $25. Th:y are of the handsome rough
materials in those big foreign shapes which require an unusual
'quality of tailoring to bring out
Kerseys, Whipcords, liouclcs. Iw?eds and riomesn'-i.u.
Alterations FREE Continued
SALE AT ALL STOKES TUESDAY
GiVSS yoUl BOIlth t liat VlotsjOHS
rnur i on THS CHlMUUDfi
l'hr will lie a coupon prlBted In next
- ,,, r'a World soed fr a "Wo buap ituh.
I, ..st. s new devise which makes iurse,
aiih niiis s.isp bubbles ariibeiil tha us
of giiupsuda. Just the thins fur s t-hll-ilnfl'a
panv. Kiee fur ths vuuvon In nest
of individuality and Uittinction
and finiih every detail carefully
their fashion points. Diagonals,
14-16 West 14th Street
.645to6M Dread Streets
Market cor i2lhStrceM
ll Inst or fetinil nrttcle. ad
sertlard In The urW will ka
llled al The t ... id's Inform.,
lien Huirau. rullttrr Rulldlas)
r. .!.-. rark How i iVarld's
I'plowa Offts-a. aurtbweet ree
ner aMib SI. aad Hi.i.dw.ri
M'nrld'a Harlem ilfller. Mf
Me.1 isath St.. and Warld'a
Hroekljra OKI. r. ji-j Vsaehlsw
IM SI., HriM.kl.n. for SO days
r.iiowina the orlatlae et Ihe