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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
WHAT'S THE VALUE
OF A WIFE? HUBBY
But Judge Declares She Isn't
Would as Much If She
Leaves and Returns.
to Inr, toli him that unlrng he I ment and the gr uip nf hanker rtrSfS
(Isaarsi pnt hark Mm Itodentoin an1 SeMiSa tht United Stair. (Irwat Itr1t:n
the Unby to tho Hcwlpnatnin lioiiic. No. Ui-niMiiv. Ii IRSS, Uhaf-Ia hti1 .lip.r.
Ul Wrest One ItlMttWa ami tetVeateeJeth were opencil at t'ekinK veatmclnv. Its
atreet, the atilt for allenatl m would bi MM tM MBMBianlMltd In tlir HoUSC
i hrnnirht. Inaara lanoreil the letter, anil of t'nmmuns to-tlnr.
Imc nun was rirouainr.
Mr... Hortenateln, who was ty1lhly
lreae1 In court to-1a.v, haa taken a n
i flatit ntiihi.ln and "aya she will never
return to her hunhand under any clr
rumataneea. Phe will be a wltnesa In
her nnee' hehulf
OUGHT TO STAY AWAY.
Then She'd Be More Valuable
If Spouse Sued for Her Loss,
as Brodenstein Did.
"A wife who leaven her husband and
tlirn returna to him avts the habit and
la not of a groat value an a wife who
leavea her huaband and dors not return
Thla was the rauatlo comment of Jus
tice Blanchard In the Supreme Court
tn-dy n the cane of Harry Fl. Boden
teln, who la suing William Iaiwos, a
wealthy allk Importer, for alienating
the affections of hli prettyk dark eyel
young wife Jeaala.
Taaaca la tho ynunit woman'a uncle
anfl Bodennteln alleges that by present
ing her with handsome xlfts of Jewelry,
money and clothing; lanaca malli lously
enticed her to leave him and take the
Bodenateln bahy, Miriam, two years old,
with her. BodenatCn aaka 125,000 dam
aarea Tor the loea of hla wife's love.
Bodenateln 1a a salesman, and It la
contended by the other aide that the
reason Mra. Bodenateln left him was
because he could not ainpport her prop
erly. She ran awiy with him and mar
ried htm, It wan said, when she was
only sixteen ycara old. and after living
wltth him a abort while left Wm and
went to the home of her uncle lit N'o.
13 Writ One Itundrnd and Twelfth
street. At the time. lVodenatein started
a ault exgalnst Ianai a for alienation, but
on Mra. Bodenateln'a promise to return
to hJm, BodMMaM, withdrew the ault.
When she left him second time, how
ever, he renewed the suit, and It come
to trial to-Jay before Justice Blancliard
and a jury.
HUSBAND'S LETTERS ARE READ
It wjs while lkxlenat.ln was testify
ing about the fltvt time his wife left
him that Justli'i- ltlttnohard cautioned
the lawyera and Jury to bear In mind
the fai t that wife who forms a habit
of leaving her h isband and returning
to him la not worth aa much as a wlfo
who goes away and does not return.
"And I don't want you gentlemen to
lose eight of thin tact, when you iu
Mtlmailna the value of a wife," said
the J native.
Several interesting letter written by
Bod ens tsin to his wife, after she left
him, were read in evidence. One of
hem wan as follows:
"lV'ar Jessie- I wroto to you three
times luat week asking1 you to let me
know when I can come and see Miu-lacii,
but you did not answer any one of my
lettera. Now, It seems very cruel for
you to keep me from seeing my own
child. I assure you I love her Just as
much as you do; furthermore, you are
actJnc very foolish in trying to keep
her away from me. 'Maybe you don't
know It, but the child belongs to me
and not to you, and If you doubt It ask
some of your lawyer friends. I am go
ing" to get the baby and don't you for
sret It. Mv lawver Is fftiln? to set nw n
WIFE GONE, TAKES GAS.
Qaeena l)orensrh Bnteher Toinil
Head In Bedroom After T Treaty-four
Henry if. KM, a butcher, was found
dead to-day, a autolde by aras, 1n hla
home at No. 79 I.eggett avenue, Foreat
Park, yneena Borough. Hla wife left
him after a ouarrel laat week, taking
their two children with her. The butch
er owned the house and waa comfort
ably off. Falling to persuade his wife
to return to hla home he entered hla
b droum on Monday evening and turned
on the gaa. It waa not until thla morn
ing that he waa discovered. A pet dog
waa found allva In the cellar, where It
had crawled to escape the poisonous
fumes. The hutcher had been dead a.1
moat twenty-four hours.
A note waa found on a table near the
dc:t,l man In which he had written:
"With regreta to my mother and father
who were good and true to their own
Children f remain a eon. Henry Kiel."
Another letter addressed to the dead
man waa from a brother who wrote
that he could not attend to collecting
the money duo on the hutcher'a mort
gages. No trace could 1 found of the
wle and children.
DISCUSS McCULLOCH'S FATE.
Iteport Persists That American Cor
respondent Was Killed.
fjOtfDOMi Nov. 6 The report prMnt
ed to-day that Francis .Mcf'ulloch. tho
American correspondent of the London
Dally News at Constantinople had been
klllod. hut In Journalistic circles tho
rumor waa not helleved.
THE CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
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Half a Century in Business.
The Valuable Result
of Correct Glasses
ia good, clear, strong
eyesight that is pro
tected as long as you
wear correct glasses.
Eyes Examined Without Charge
by Registsrod Physicians.
Perfect PlttinsOlaasas, M.50tJ)lf.
With Par nnil Near LtMM, $1.50 t
217 Broadway, A .tor Houtr.
223 Sixth Ave. 1 5th St. 350 Sixth Ave.. 22d St .
101 Nau,AnnS:. 17 WcbI 42d -New York.
498 Fulton St., Tor. Bond St.. Brooklvn.
Safe, Prompt Relief
All ht'BfJ puin ft at 1 i y uur-f ei rer. : v
nrain ug. mail BnlOB .COM. rippp, cornt. 1
Over-lniulicrui t, ett yielil quickly to
Tb-- art' mot stimulant, intoxicant
r hmbit former, hut Jufvt quirk, ( !
wonderful pain reiMVtlft Try thtail
At All Drurcl.ts
Mear Mna-e for f'lilneae Loan.
LONDON, Nov. (i Freeh loan nego
tiations between the Chinese Oovern-
"GREAT TO BE SINGLE," HE DE
I don't care what you do, under
stand, but I won't have you nwiactllal
my child, ami In the future, wihen you
put Marlam to Map, stay up In tho
house, because If I ever see you on the
stoop -when I naan at nlitht, look out,
for there will te something dolnjf. Can't
you do your humming- by day, without
leaving the child at home alone at
"I tell you It feela nice to be a slngte
man again. I am having a h of a
tlmn trying to keep the females away.
1 didn't know I waa so populah until
now. Well, at any rate, I hope you will
come to your aenaua and let me know
by return of mall what you are caltig
to do regarding my seeing Miriam. So
I will close, I am yuura, aa ever,
Another letter written by Bodeusteln
No other item of a child's dress can
cause so much real pain, so much
permanent injury, as a badly shaped,
badly fitting shoe.
Blyn-Plan Nature Shoes follow the
lines of the natural feet, promote
comfort, prevent injury and aid natu
ral foot development on perfect lines.
Fsll Shoes variety enough to gratify the
individual tastes of every man, woman and child.
Blyn Reliability backs the Shoes - it backs the
prices it backs every statement we make about
Shoes and prices.
TEN till. BEST FAMILY STORH BBOII
WENT SIDE HTOUEN: vvlyl
tin till culf
Hiiet. to 8
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Nth Al .,.tBlli A40t h Btl
IrtANItt SHOf CC
Siao 11 H to -2. .. .W)
Nlc-- RU toll $2.50
Tan.idses Atos, $2.00
Other atSM in tun. auine
prlci g us black leutliors.
IN Y, EilV OUM,
EAST n I II K STOKES:
Id Ate. and 1."ii st.
Ill Ate.,atllSi Hlltl its,
.i.l Ave., ISOtU-lalat Sla.
Iinvicr, nr. Hroouii' Nt.
Mailorder Dept.. ' Sd Ave. H rile for CstSlSgM of Chlldren'a SUoea.
rulton st . , opp
S Pulton st.
Ahralium & Straua; B'vtay, nr. (areeue Ave.
Ellery Nt. Fat'turi, Sll-ais Eaat 7'.'d St.
Belter fi otitis far
the Same Money or the Same Good for Lets Money Than Elsewhere"
I "Meet Me evt the fbuntcvin" f jSf Qf'P A City in Itself I r ..r. . Hi 1 , , IV
GREEN HlTSIEtEL COOPER ft (Extra SpeciciM
GREENHVT BVIL DIN (.-
Sale of Dinner China
(ffcszwfl$& ur Annual Pre-Thanksgiving v?
Our A nnual Pre- Thanksgiving
Sale Begins Tomorrow with
An Offering of Our Entire Line
of "Open-Stock" Dinner Sets
Being able to replace missing pieces of a set at any
time at once appeals to the prudent housekeeper.
The following prices speak eloquently for themselves :
lOO-Piere Porceiain Dinner Set with nesl gold deco- I lOIKPIcre Decorated Porcelain
rations; subject to slight factory imperlec- IQQc A QtZ
lions; complete for O.UO priced st fl.OO
Other 100-Piece "Open-Stock" Sets
sale price Regularly
$8.M American Porcelain Sets Sit). 75
9.75 8.50 American Porcelain Sets 7 50
Seta all specially
$6.50, BB.9S, I.OTr?
$10.00 and ld2.0
Porcelain Sets $10 75
English Porcelain Sets
English Porcelain Sets
American Porcelain Sets.
And many other tine porcelain seta at similar reductions.
100-Pleeo "Gucrln" French China
Dinner Sel with very pretty
floral designs; special
100-Picre Theo. Havlland Chlnu
Dinner Seta daintily $1 Q Kfk
decorated; special at . 1 .3vf
Decorated 100-Piece Austrian China
Seta all specially priced at
1 U. I D $15.75and up tu4 f .OU
Single piecc.4 of any
100-Piece French China "Open-
100.Pleee Carlabad China "Open
Slock" Seta regularlylOO ETA
$27.50; at ZZ.OU
100-Piece ( arlabad China "Open
Slock" Set regularlySO A f
$20 50; at Zl.OU
100-Piece ( arlabad China "Open
Stock" Seta regularly $00 f?A
$39.50; at OZ.Olf
open-stock" sets can be purchased at
100 - P.cce Hnviland China
Sets regulsrly $58.50; qq
"Gucrln" French Chilis Half Seta
consisting of 50 pieces; $Q qj
complete for S persons; O.JO
AuHtrlan China Half Seta-consisting
of 51 pieces; com- $(? Qf?
pleie for 6 persons; at. . . O.a9
Decorated Porcelain Half Seta
consisting of 58 pieces; $
Also Special Prices for Fine Austrian Chinaware
A unman inma I ca new -complete tor twelve persons ; choice of two pretty border decorations remi
larly $5.95; at '
Bread and Butler Plates
Tea Plates regular
ly 15c; at OC
Dinner Plates reg-
ularly 25c; at. . . lOc
Tea Cups and Saucers
regularly 25c; .
Coffee Cups and Saucers
regularly 1 9c;
Coffee Cups and Saucers
After-Din nor Coffee Cupa
and Saucers -regularise;
. tl.REii.NHUT Building, Main Floor ).
Famous Makes of Men's
$1.25 to $2.50
At Eighty-nine Cents Each you may
choose from thousands of stylish, perfect
and handsome negligee and flannel shirts.
These assortments represent the broken
assortments and surplus stocks purchased
from the manufacturer. The price we paid
was way below "regular" and your gain is
as great as our saving.
THE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS have plaited or
plain bosoms ; ail are "com" style ; cuffs attach
ed. Every shin cur full size and guaranteed
to fit; split-cushion neckbands; finest pearl
buttons. All the popular colors in hundreds
of good patterns.
Mr. Man, i. you are interested in a sale of
real, high-class shirts at a bargain price, don't
miss this event, tomorrow.
(MAIN nllalati Main Floor.)
Sale of 1,000 Women's
A wonderful collection of beautiful blouses
in the biggest under price sale of the season
NO LESS THAN 50 STYLES FOR YOUR
Daintiest new modes; high or low necks;
long or sleeves; many of the blouses
elaborately embroidered and trimmed with
filet, shadow, Cluny and Irish laces. Only
the finest materials have been usedthe
styles are the embodiment of the latest ideas.
In this offering we also include a large
collection of "Prince Imperial" frill blouses.
All sizes from 34 to 44.
i Illustrations of aix ol the styles In this sale are
shoun in our advertisemeni printed in today'a
(MAIN Building, Flral Moor.)
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Staple Groceries at Reduced Prices
When we say "reduced prices" we mean you can buy here in our mammoth
grocery the very best quality of pure foods at less than the prices which you
would be asked to pay at your corner grocery store. Mail and telephone orders
filled accurately and promptly. 'Phone 4000 Chelsea
SANTA CLAM SWBIT PRUNE! im
ported Hailnwc'tn dalaa, looae muacaltl
raiairu, California yellow peavhea, llcsa
appie nriifa or reclcaneJ currinla; ,)'t,
5 Iba., SOei 2 Ira
t'aste Metal Polish
The e!l-anown X Hay BrinJ; buy all
isi want at Una special price; ',.
rei;. Is can BC
SMYRNA LAYhK I il.S this aeaaon'a
fruit: 2 Iba
PRBIH LOfUTM Mephiato Brand; im
portad in Canada: doi., SJI4S 9Qa
jat can mn
PROCTER tV GAMBLE'S tiOI-U SOAP -boa
100 bare, td.75.; OU-
10 bara BW
9 ban FAIRY SOAP li
1 can POU.V PRIM CLEANSER I
PRBB Two rejtular . Gold
huat Waahuli; i'uader with purcJiaae of
BABBITTS Bisr suap tu
N.. 100 bars, SJ.7II :' bare. . 'Ol
PRBB -One reiular Sc pa kasa 1776
X aa tunic Powder with purchaae of 10
bare or more Babbitt's Beat Soap.
NEW MACARONI or Btafhttl j 9m
luuntain Oualiry; dot., II..H; pkg. . AeatS
SAMPLE TEAS -jrecn, black or .,
mnad. 4 iba., ai. lb
PURE BREAKFASr C'XXIA trashy
a-round: 4 Iks., nal-wailit, in
GUARURAM COPFEE- e aarva thla de
licioue coffaa la our Tea Room and Res
tiuranl; 10 Iba., (M HO: 24 Iba , II: '7.
BFST BNaLIIH WALNUTS 'JO
46 s , ; lb OC
PREMIUM FLOUR - Fountain Quality;
beat family patent;
BbL, S'BXI., H-Bbl.-Bac,
6.25 3.58 81c
GOLD MRtlAL notJR
'5.95 3.25 75c
CRACKED VI HEAT.
BFSI I AKINA
RIU.Lt;) i IIEA r
PEARL BAMI EY .
IMI'OKri ') PURL SAGO
I.MPOKI I II I BNTII4
REI) KIDNFY BFANS
WHITE KIDNEY BEANS. .
KOI J 1 I) OA i WF.AI
FANCIEST Ill-All RICE
SMALI GRAIN RICE
JPAN STYLE HEAD RICH.
NATURAL ( I'NPOl ISIIhln
10 Iba. fte.
RUMFORI) BAKING POWDER-
I -H. can
: Al'NDRt STARCH -beat qusllty )
larce lump; 10 Iba., ctik; S Iba..
HOUSEHOLD CANDLES for a.neraj
uea; sites 4, Ij, N or 12; usuetly 11).,
ISC packait IOC
CORDOVA WAX CANDLES - I R
several colors; res. 25c boa.... atH
BANQUET candils - in, '
re. JSC boa Ia4 -'C
FANt.Y WHOLE TOMAIOES
Ousllty: beat arown in Jeraey
dot., t-; . . largo can
SUGAR CORN .omnierce Uitnd
dot., 94c ; can
ROYAL BRAND LENTILS
dot., IIJSi can
rEMOBH IVBBT PEAS Fountain Quslily;
a. fled Early Jinea. 17
dot , II. U4; can I t
IANCY SM LET POTATOES, yellow onion.,
rsd onmns, akaksd .srrota, parnpa,
beela, white turmpe or ycl.ow OtLn
furnlpe; Sa, bs.ket BssFti
JERSEY TABLE PEARS
dot , SI, U: rec. is. ure can
TOMAlo CATSUP Poualsll quality
0 bottles, l 0S b t declaaon hultle
AI I AI FA
RAM BONE MEA1
FORCING I OOU
I INSEE1) MEAl
100 Ibe. 10 Iba
I.RAPEIRUIT not larae, but
lusetoM and imcv ; doi , lOtl feaaa
I ANl.Y I I ORIDA ORANGES
Ill PI , s a 1 i. r PINI tppLES
dot., $1 OU; ca.h
JONATHAN APPLES Gimea
r Rome Hoauty I
LARf.E KIN'. M'I'I i York
nr 2t) ox. tpp c ;
at t vr
NEW QUIN hS-for prMcrvin
5 t. bitkat
(MAIN Buildlas, Tslrd Floor..
12Vjc Percale good quflliry; many
patterns; 36 inches wide; 8,000 yards;
25c BookR for Children- such as Grimm'a
Fairy Tnlcs and many others; 1,000
19c Malincs- popular colors; also black
and white; guaranteed quality; 1,500
25c Caahmere Cloven for Women
black, brown, gray; 1,800 pairs; a 1 O
P'r ! ldtWC
$2.50 and $3 Petticoats -of messalineQP
or silk; best colors; only 800; at aOc
GREEN RUT BUILDING
$1.50 Braced-Bark IMnimt ( hairs
cane seats; finished in golden oak rjf?
color; only 300; at lOc
(No Mail, Telephone or C. O. D. Orders Filled
on the Above extra Specials.
GREEN HUT BUILDING'
Fine Domestic Rugs
At These Special Prices Tomorrow
9x12 Ft. Wilton Ruga
9x12 Ft. Axminster Ruga
Rich hlth-oiled Wilton rus. In Choica desiana, In an attractive
new Oriental deslgnu and colorings. ""''V ' nw coionnn
9x12 Ft. Seamless Brussels
$17.50 grads; tomorrow, $JQ rjp
$14.50 srads; tomorrow, A gQ
9x12 Ft. Dorothy Vernon Rag Ruga
Dainty color combinations, with pretty borders.
$0.50 quality; tomorrow, at
ttiREENHUT BaiMiaa, Flral Pvoor )
$J2.S0 frads; tomorrow,:
at z,, .Ml
$22.50 grade; tomorrow, $ jj jjq
9x12 Ft. Semleiia Velvet Bugs
Preily designs, ln pleasing color
$22.50 grade; tomorrow, -t
Buffets, China Closets,' Dressers, Chiffoniers,
Princess Dressers, Dressing Tables and Desks
We have purchased from the New York Furniture Exchange "samples"
of four prominent furniture manufacturers and are offering them at remark
able reductiona oil the regular prices. Some of the pieces are in golden
oak, Nome in mahogany, aoma In bird's-eye maple, some ln Early English
All are of the very beat material and finish, and having been used as samples
are exceptionally desirable.
There Being Only One Piece of a Kind, an
Early Selection Is Advisable.
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Haa four large
and two small
lop is 20x33
In. ; mounted
with a French
Reg. price $24;
price , 18.50
FUnttscvialy da.lsned with full stall frost ;
I r a
t w o
drawers a s d
onea; g I a a
anuria; top Is
r i vt J mirror
2 a .14 lat SS
feet ; neat carv.
Ina on mirror
To mafvh buffet,
cliv feet; four
he, vet; closet
70 la k
high and 44
iiuhea, w I J t .
Kg pne $45,
f ' o o
Has full ear
top ia 22a42
ror, sire 24
3 0 inches.
R B g . price
price . . . "w
Top Is 20x36
ed with a
e r a and
Golden Oak Buffet
O f lefttd
quar tt red
oik: lop It
o u ntad
i n d threi
clttt I I d
fhret lilvtr driwrra
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Sale Price I Secularly
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1 1. 1 hi no ...
In no - isj ...
II) OO i .w.oo
heavy claw I 111
sale price. .. W
.. 87 50
Keculsrl .Sale Pri.a H- cu arty
iis.no ... 8l t 70 NwiOO
Jl M . 10 00 M'lHI
ill mi 20 OO M ihi
.i. mi 28 DO ft.' m .
4.1 (i ilflOO! 73.00 ..
it 'Mi . :i:t OO vort
4S tm ah 00
SaJa Price J isj
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4;l8 50, 2J to ....
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DO DO Prmilsrly Sale Price
lm.no 311 OO
1 1 j s.ai- ie.au i-' mi
ifivft.tiny j aoies
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17 50 Ma ...
20 00 : tn.no . . .
22 OO i
R.aulsrly Sale Pries I
tlh no ... lit OO I
s7.uo 821 OO' Mo 8a 75
Sale Price He.ularly
2.1 .V) . .
Kea-ularly Sale Price
W 75 S I 25
di IGRBaWHUT Building, Third ' .
Double JrAT Grn Tiadina Stomas Before 12 (Clock Sinale St am us 1 hereaflei'ZZZ in sum ouhs smn-is; T-kstsh