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Thii UVMiNt WOULD, MOiN iA Y , iN O V EMUiltt
SAFE TORN APART
BY DARING GANG
Post-Office Sub Station In
: ered by Forcing Doors
tlars armed with a 'Van-npener,
taa useful saventton of a oonvli-t wille
la A. ?fw Jersey Stata penitentiary.
the lock off a email eafe. In Hub-
tn No. 7 of the I"ot imi, im-ann
C. Blaeln a dm .tore. No. 11
avenue, last nlarrt. Mid ot !''"
tamps ud coin. The druggist ar
L'nrie Sara la the loaer.
' aafe rtppors cot Into the store hy
kM and denrlotia approach, .-.niur-ISSj
la chop auey restaurant at No. M
1atfc avenue, four doora away. thy
Jaaaailwl Into the photographic studio of
S gW Maria, on the third floor, to set
Oral to tha roof of the atore at No.'
Ms. ''roe.l roofa to a window of the
Mll-tsaW aaMmhUnt; the dni atore, the
sari larit .pried open the aaah, Jlmml-1
m d iur aad desceirled easily to tha
a tor .
Thi th!n walla of the aafe offered llttlo
MM mat to the Made of til "can
open af and when MM ' Juaslers had
Bnlil ad tit only was tha lock rut MR
of tl -a! (font of tha steel to. ut tha
tsar hang by one hlnse. With tha money
and itampa they retreated over the lama
rout hy-Which they had cotne.
K J ward JoBaa,.a porter, discovered the
robbery early ee-dey and reported It to
the liercar street station. Inspector
Fauret of the Uetectlve Bureau, found
(Infer prints on tne eafe and on the
eath -of the window through which the
hurrlrj ,-iad entered. He photographed
tads,, little certain Id.ntlSers. It (s tne
vpfjttdn of the bureau t:int the robbery
at 'n of many recently done b
COUNTESS ZICHY SUES
HERE FOR HER LEGACY
' f 'la 1
J4s)iress of Manchester Dowager
Claims American Estate Is
Extmpt From Tax.
CRIPPLE TELLS COURT
OF EIGHT YEARS' HGHT
TO MCK WIFE
Sues Her Pwsent Husband, a
Wealthy Man, for 50,CXX),
rlaid Krltlah law exa.tlna a
Bry duly on large estates came ue-
Burrott' Kowlae to-day 1n the
i of the instate of L'unsuelo, Dowager
ess of Tlawttmt: who uiei tnree
fs ago leavlnu property in America
h between two and three million
H, 1 Baylisa, representing
titesa Zlrfty of Austria, one of the
BeaVlarlee under tha will, filed an
a faction to one item In the accounting
at Jpe Amur lean executors, arguing that
mt he was not a British aub)oct she
Maid not be made to pay tlie legacy
da to the lirltleh crown. Ilonry W,
Tatt appeared for the cx.cutoiw, Join
U'Vadwalader, Henry II. Holllns and
V. Q. IJeech.
Sfcjrrogmie Koa l r took the matter
nn4tr rojisldsrstloji with this remark:
will do tha beef 1 can for you,
Uedei the dowager'a will the I'ountees
waVto rec eive an annuity of about M.OtO
,1'ear. Tha English legacy duty
awaaunts to about M,0Uu on her share.
Mrt .Baylies argutd that his client was
Be? amenable Jo the Kr.gllah lawa and
.thajl her annuity coming from American
rqperty passed direct to her In Austria.
Mejaald that the property left In Kng
laaD was not sufficient ta meet the tax
Without disponing of one of the dow
aavr'r raaldencas and that the A nerlcan
aduiora had voluntarily aent over
, IsTjn to meet the deficiency.
hey arollrarlly s-nt thin money to
men the deficit for wh.ch tn) client la
M liable.'' the attorney said.
Mr. Talt aaid the uuostlon hsd 'h on
arMsrd at lamrth In Kngland, wher" n
yr)t helu thst sny money sent fr mi
AeaVrlca to Kngland. whether from In-
aashe or artnolpal of the estate, could
as). Intercepted hy the imgllsh Crown
gap payment of death duties.
'Voui -onlaDtlou s, then," said if
psalgli !'.wl.-r. "that the English courts
r) take yarisdt.'tlon of any trunOa that
tndy can ai hold of:"
Tes." aai Mr. Taft. "right or
Jamea P. Berney. a crippled mechanic,
who Is suing Benjamin Adrlance, mil
llnnalte Hronklyn manufacturer, for 5,
000 dnmaxea for the alienation of Mrs.
Herney's affections she l now Mri
Adrlsncc by virtue of n Dakota decree
tesilfled to-day In Justice Hlancharda
part of taa Huprema '.'ourt.
He tol l with tremMIng voice of part
ing from his wife in ltd: and of Ida
efforts until Mrs. Herniy's marrlMe to
Adrlance In New Jersey In March. 1I0,
to win back her love. Mr. Ailiianct sat
with her present husband cloas to the
Jury box. Hack of the couple sat a
doaen relatives and friends of the Adrl
ance a faahlonably gowned group of
women and well attired men. By Mrs.
Adrlance's side was her son, James T.
Harney, who sides with his mother. An
other eon. TIukIi. la dead, and Berney Is
alone In the world.
"Do you still love your wlfe7"isked
lawyer A It Bradbury In a solemn war.
Berney dragged Ma deformed figure
out of the witness rlialr, pointed his
long, haklnp arm at Mrs. Adrlance.
and In a melancholy voice, which rang
with the deepest eni.it Inn. he cried out:
"ttt. yei I love her' with rhy whole
heart and soul: oh, she"
The witness dropped back Into his
sest In a little heap. IU voice broke
off In a wall. Through his tears his
ryes remained fixed on his former wife,
Mrs. Adrlance clasped her hands In
front of her and lowered her heavily
veiled no e. She breathed heavily. Her
face was aa white aa chalk. Adrlance
whinnered to her ipjletly. As Berney re
covered himself, the lawyer asked:
"Do you want your wife back?"
"Oh, don't, please." cried (hi roan
wildly. "Don'tI can't answer that
Berney was exciieed. The opposes;
counsel had no questions to ask. He
had previously stated that buck In
April, INC. he had moved half of Ms
furniture from his home at No. 34 West
One Hundred snd Sixteenth street after
Ills wife neglected the (wo children. He
was not permitted to testify to any cla-
cumstanceg of her departure which In
volved the name of Adrlance, who It la
declared came Into the Berney' life
about this time.
Charles Peterson and taa son were
celled to testify t imt Adrlance and Mrs
Berney occupied the top floor of a cot
tage at WoodoluT Leake In .lime. ttn.
almost a year before tlwtr mirrlaxe.
which took place at llankeiie.uk four
days after the death of the A ret Mrs.
Adrlance. Mrs. Herney's Dakota decree
of dlvorca'wtilch Berney attavks aa Il
legal bears due of !ftl.
Counsel for Adrlance put In evidence
the Dakota decree of divorce. Mrs.
Berney was granted a divorce on the
rrnnnd of ahandnnmcnl. Bern" sny
he wss not properly eerved In the ault
and calls upon the laws of New York
Htale which do not recognise a decreo
of divorce In Dakota under the rli-rum-slannea
which attsndrd the Berney case
to sustain his position. Adrlance falls
back on the laws of New Jersey, which
are less stringent and which recognised
the decree when he married Mrs. Ber
ney. M denies all charges of Improper
SAYS HIS WIFE SAW LIONS
CHASING HEADLESS RABBITS
C. M. (iardner Testifies- That
Drink and Jocko Mcndo Broke
Charles M. Oardner of No. 34W Boule
vard, Jersey CJty, member of wealthy
family engaged In the lumber business
there, testified to-dsy In his ault for di
vorce. Jocko Mendo, of whom little
hss been learned, Is named aa co-re-spendent
hy Mr. Onrrtner.
At it ha hearing to-day before ft J.
Roe. Advisory .Master In Chancery, t.
(Iardner teatlfled -that his mntrrmotilal
trauMea started at about :he tlrhc his
wife began eeclng headirea rabbits
chased by Hons 1n .her room. Jle rem
onstrated with her, bo aald, imwh her
to utop drinking.
"I like Bay Kiss Sof beer," she ai
awered, aocordlner tn her husband's tes
timony, "and I won't stop It for any
body:'' Hut her huaband ask! ".hat she did not
cmflne her drinking to beer lie says
he picked up a bill allowing thst whole
cases of .hoer. whiskey and champagne
had been paid fnr by her. Ho raid tnat
on March v his wJ.fr disappeared and did
not return for elKhtren days, when. he
found her sitting on the atepe of his
home. Hhe told him. Raj anya, that she
fainted one day In the a'.rent and some
doCiors kidnapped M'r and took her to a
hospital tn Philadelphia. Home time
later, he said, he found a coat bviongtriii
to Jocko Mendo In Ms coat closet
Against So Many Surg kal Op
eration. How Mrs. Bathuna j
and Mrs. Moore Escaped.
Sikeslon, Mo. "For seven years I suf
fered everything. I was in lied for four
or five days at a ti me
every month, and so
weak I could hardly
Walk. I cramped ami
had backatfte snd
headache, and was
so nervous and weak
t hat I dreaded to see
any one nr have any
one move in I lie room,
The doctors gave me
medicine to ease at
at those times, and said that I ought to
have an opera! ion. I would not listefl to
thai, and when a friend of my husband
l old him about Lydia K Pinkhan'a g
etablr Compound and what it had done
for his wife, I was williag to take it.
Now 1 look the picture of health aad fee)
like it, too. I caa do ray own housework,
hoe my garden, and milk a cow. 1 can
entertain company fend enjoy then. I
can visit when I choose, and walk as far
as any ordinary woman, any day in tha
month. I wish I could talk, to every
suffering woman ami girl." MRS.
DIM A BETHUNE, Sikeslon. Mo.
Murravville, III. "I have lake ly
dia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable CoaaaMad
f - .. . i i -i i i i.i.
iur m very iifiu vasv vi kuimc uvsiss
Ue hsd met Mendo In the street with .nd it made me a well woman. Mr
health was all broken down
hie wife, the husband testified
Mendo art ruck hint In the face.
Judae t'oaapllsaesite Pollreaaaa.
Judge Fawcett, In tha County Court,
Brooklyn, to-day commended Mounted
Policeman Albert Johnson after the
oaBVIotlaa of Aioiph fin man for grand
larceny. Johnson had Been Beaman
and a companion on a alreet car rob
bing an old man who wns asleep. He
followed the car until h came to a
fixed post and then rounded up hota
thieves, .lodge Fawcett sentenced Bra
man to five years In prison.
said I must have an operation, and I was
ready to go to the hospital, bul dreaded it
o that I began taking your Compound.
I got along so well that I gaVe up the
doctors and was saved from the opera
tion. " Mils. CIIARLKS MOORE,
R. R, No. S. MurrayvflKIII.
a FOR 25 CENTS
W OO Dow on ISO
$5.00 " . $75
$740 - . tlOO
tones Famished Complete
3 Rooms at $4.M
4 Rooms si S74.M
i .Roams at
WORLD WANTS WORK WONOER3
a sSIR HENRI SHOES F6R WOMEN AT . S3.50' ;aai aSj Sg SB
Witk Tktk NtHtt Matte
-In New York's Shopping Center-
Enjoy Our Mid-Day Cabaret
it h Floor, Daily-12. IS to 2.4S P. At.
Nils Cericff ana Staff? Wsmer, C Itbrattd Csbaret Si'msri
Wcfer Strlmt OrcSealra
Mttt. Cgflf srtfi
Oparsdc Jafectwai j
i Ssrsr Aaka far Belay.
Ttws excuse iii.it Mayor (luynor had
sem verv busy enti rtalntng officers if
a U. M. naval fleet which left New
Total a month ago to-day dldn t h.i
sajaaa weight In the Hupreme Court lo -ay
when his lawyer aeked for forty
aajfs more In which to answer the f 100,-
SSfj libel suit brought or Alderman Oir
rsjaV ehalrman of the committee lnvesil
aattliig the Polios Department. Justlo
ttif all silting In Hpectal Term, an
asswed that he thought forty days too
MSB, but would consider the applies
6 Amazintf Knit Underwear Specials
"yOU cannot match these priceg anywhere in Hime quality garments. Act quickly -if you
wish to save money. We show all the standard brands at every fair price.
Mens Shirts and Drawers Women's Fleeced Lined Un
Natural arts' Australian wool, auaran
teed not to shrink; shirts are taed
and ribbed ends, draw
ers are reinforced.
Men's Jersey Ribbed Un
derwear Shirts and drawers of uatnrnl
wool, medium win- 4. C f
tor weight. Special 0 I fll
Fine ribbed pure white
cotton, fleeced, in vest,
tights and pants; all
styles, at ' . .
Women's J1.00 Union Suits
Jericy tibbed pure white
cotton, high neck, long
and short sleeves,
uukle length, st
trT Women's aad t'Mldrea's t ndernear. Merond H
Children's Union Suits
Jersey ribbed cotton fleece,
neck, long sleeves;
ankle length; in white
and natural, at .
Boys' and Girls' Underwear
Australian wool, in white and natural
color; shirts, pants and drawers,
ankle length, site IS, sflkjgS
Rite flc on each site.
Men's I odrrarrar.
Thanksgiving Sale Silverware
At Prices That Seem Almost Impossible
TTHESE wonderful bargains were scheduled for last week's sale -and were
crowded out for lack of apace, and in the mcun time we liave added many unusual bargains.
uniy the highest grade of quadruple silver plate and Rogers Sflver-
ware shown here. ' r Main no
Handsome 4-Plcce Tea Set, consist
ing mates pot, sugar uowt, cream
pitcher, spoon holder. gf
Value 7.00, at. D.DU
Olhera to S21.00.
Imported Silver Nut Baskets,
bon-bon bsskets, cracker jars,
bread trays, fruit slid nut bowls,
fern dishes, napkin rings, a a
Worth un tn tl (Hi. choice OfJC
I.MAN M' ran Til 111 T
, rlsv. SI ,us t 4 (D M.. . t'j..
BBV' ' ' SI I' '
SSa ' OmmA, Hook . .' t.lt I".'"-
Hea Xoer's Islsad .-. -
y mm uass t M 4 x
R roHT or new
1 t fsaatWM. IUH1.
I BnaatdaWBs VasaWSjasSal
L 1 cvrsjojjto
I i Wnlsr
A.M. I' M
ESJ ii 40
nut ii. H
.mini mm. uiioiwn.
Fancy Entrsvcd Bread Trays, saml
wich Iruys, baking dtsnes, fern dishes,
t.vrup sels, sugsr mul rreaai acts. It
inch serving trays. Many of these
pieces are beautifully pierced. None
worth less than $8.00 to Sf a
S4.00. for this sale X.VO
Handsome Footed Fruit Bowls,
haud-pierccd sandwich plates, bread
trays, butter dishes, bskiusjgdlsbes.
crumb trays and vases.
Worth up to $3.00, at . . .
Bigger! Busy-er! Better!
Our Very Special Sale
Winter Overcoats for Men
Bigger Because more snd more of New
York's best clothed men are realising that
this sale is a real "Find."
Buty-er Because Suc
cess has made it a joy for
us to continue. Voluntary
attention to other offerings
by satisfied overcoat pur
chasers more than balances
our Mark-Down losses.
We're getting Publicity
nd making Friends.
Better Because we are
now obliged to mark down
coats which are far more
attractive than the original
coats in this sale. Gar
ments barely from our tail
Come and merely look
$30 and $35
in our show
We'll leave all further action to
the dictates of your good taste and judg
ment. You will see:
Raglans built of
rich thick Scotch
lined with silk.
overcoats de luxe.
All in a host of colorings
all the last word in "the
thing" all light in weight
yet warm as buttered toast
on a wintry morning.
And at Savings of $7.50 to $12.50.
Savings you can see and appreciate.
IMOca SAME t7tOmieiBOr1$mroP03INCE mm;
a0JsY AT WARREN ST. -ltW YOUK-Stf AV. BET. 27T" $M 28T-STS
HAT0N ST.AT PLATSUSH AV-r-BROOKLYN -BROADWAY At BEOfORD AV.
How About Your Dining-Room?
Itf it ready for TwKjsy TUiy? Only 10 day off!
your dinner butt I taste better and you 11 haOe more
reason for ThanK giving if you get some net
thing tor your home. Irs SO easy.
Acres of Floor Space
. New Harlem Store
3rd Ave. GL
2212 to 2224 Third Ave. .
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
$15Worthfor 25c Weekly
$50 Worth for 75c Weekly
$100 Worth for $1.50 Weekly
$200 Worth for $2.50 Weekly
$500 Worth for $5.00 Weekly
Weekly or Monthly Any Amount
Prices Marked fcn Plain Figures
10 Off I You Prefer to Pay Cash
Furnltere, Bedding, Sags, Carpets, Oilcloth, Curtains, Stoves Everything for housekeeping
Extra tins Mother of Pearl Fruit Knives. Olive or Piekla FVtrks. Fish Knives.)
s -ss. Cheese Servers, Butter Spreaders. Cold Meat Forks, Sardine Forks,
special. jelly Knives. Worth up lu ll.it), Bnarlal at J
Rogers Table Silverware at Off
llruittiftil grape dcaign. Kre.irli ((ray fiiii.h. Yon never heanl of prists M low.
Deiscrt Forks, i-rl of 8; reg, II.S4, tCc jTea Spoons, eel of ; reg. 14c, ,i 49c Table Spoonn, arl of ; rrg. I.S0. 93c
Oyster Forks, set of 1: rr. Sl.itl, flc Dessert Spoons. set oTS; i t : ,.wc Medium Forks. set oft!; re .$!.. VI, 98c
Orange Spoons, vslue SI. 40;
Butter Spreaders, vslue 91 AO;
CrsvyLadlcs.CoidMcat Forks, q.
Berry Spoons, value ?4r eurli isC
Extra. Special- 10Q Do,, All War
ranted 12 Pwt. Dinner Knives,
rrgularly S4.U0 doscu, t
at, one-lialf doseo A.d
11. id, special nt . .
Sugai Shrll and Butter
Knife, rrgularly tttc
$3.00 Three-Piece Carving Sets at $1.95
DM f those special pro-holiiluy extrn.s that will itppcul to all who
desire h,vidnomo rurinK 'ft at a speeialprief
2-ilsoe cttra Heavy ta car
ving Sat 10 -in rh a mm
blsdr; value 13.40, at 1.4. D
2-Piece Came Stag Carving
Set Value SS.40,
-SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO.. SIXTH AVE.. TH TO 29TU STREET.
j-i'iett- o(ag varvins w as
Set 11-in. I, blade, at M.VD
I in nor led Oaras
l .'.so. ut si.no.
1D1-. S,l I, ,i:lWlllMllU.
i ... .i-ALLJ... I U SB93S"
iiaaaies, w-im u waur, e r at I I ran
'2.95 i Wm
inaaer as I I
2fitS4 in. Tspestry Rugs fl.26
9x9 ft. Kensington Art Rugs.. 8.75
7.6x10.6 ft. Colonial Rag Rugs.. 8.89
6x9 ft. Smyrna Rugs 18.50
9xi2 ft. Velvet Rugs 10.50
Oilcloths, ill grades, from 30c
Plain Brown Linoleum 68c
Tapestry Carpets from 80c
Velvet Carpets from 81.33
18x30 Rubhtr Door Mat . $1.00
No charge for measuring, tewing,
laying or lining. .
oak, highly pol
ished. Note the
Claw feet and
carving at top.
S.w e I I front
from 812.50 to
H-'mch dome with
green art-glass pan
els; lung green
fringe; VenetU n
IS -inch Pi after
and Carving Set,
Handsome Diners, Sideboard,
Needed to Pre
pare. Cook and
Cold ' weather
Vt o v a . nsavnv
ulll. with nlcktt
iudts - e
Fine q u a r
tered oak back
and panel; pret
seat; others of every kind.
In beau'.tful fumed
oak, seat. of iraita-
Quartered Oak, $24
Handsome 43-inch extension
table. Beautiful polished top,
massive pedestal. Note the carved
heads and claw feet on the heavy
All kinds, from $4.08 up.
Japanese Tea Stt, $1,49
17 Hit' r- of
ner Huts aud
Odd ' 1 Mem i
ai all prlcaa.
Very pretty de
sign, substantial oak.
well made through
out. Top drawers
are swell front and
wide drawer is ter
pentine. Oval mir
Others of every
type at every price.
finish and very
well ma.1t through
shaped, but strong
legs. Desks for
tvtry purpose of.
flee, library, bed
room a. ,il parlor
3-Pe. Spanish Leather Suite. $42,50
Remarkable value. Heavy mahogany finish frames with claw
feet. The upholstering Is extra fine. Backs and seats covered in
real Spanish leather, any color desired.
Parle and Libra y Suites and Singte Pieces. M Woods, AH
Coverings and All Prices
Good Goods, Right Prices and Fair Treat
ment keep customers coming back for more,
vf after vaf. Our customers tell
so every day and they ought to knew
Open Saturday Evenings
COWPERTHWAIT & SONS
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Sunday World Wants Work Monday Wonders
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