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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1912.
MRS. MUD SUED
BY SON-IN-LAW FOR
Walter Morgan Russell Asks
f.S(,(K)0 Damages for Loss
of Her Affections.
ON TRIAL FO R SZ ABO
DEATH, DEFIES THE STATE SURRENDER TO THE
llrs. Almr Oorker OJntiroiio'. wiio In.
tifi i m il i nn. who lived as h native
( n hut In .lava, who ; nl two weeks
In It.ijah' harem, resided In paper
hm In Japan, rauscil several duels to
be fought ou r her In Parle, brought to
New Vork a luiteh of the 'y.-hrwl'M '
OrlrHil dance the olO tiurg ".
nil I the Mil while fixiri'l tlmn to
be led to th- altaf on three different o'
i rtr i t appear In a new role noon
-ii u of defendant In a suit for eltena
tlon if nfferl.ona.
Welter M i in Itiiasell, who rmi tried
Mr inurnnl's clu' '- r. Gladys, a
roii4 of years ego. haa )gun nrtlon
for tin- alienation of hla wife' affection.
He ask IMi.imn. Only the aummona In
tha einlt wi filed t-dar In the County
I'lai k offlre. the nature of the action
not Mag k Jo'ijn h. Muhler of
1 1 i Huhler of .No. 140 Nassau
atr"t. attorney for the pltlntlff, refuaed
to lle.'Via the MM to-day, and ut her
hotin-. No. M Went Klfty-s xth atrett, It
wan said Mr. (Intiraud as 'It Of
But to thosr wlin know the (Imtraud
i on lit, lied from First I'Mfe )
Ave mlmitea betoro lie waa Informed he
had heeii drawn on the panel. l(e br
eam juror No. 4.
Marrr Tweddle, n farmer of Mont
gomery, the fifteenth taleaman, wan
choen aa Juror No.
Ulueon on aa bnay taking note
aay of hla counsel, and hl ordered
three peremptory challenge after hi)
wife IhuI nodded
The front row In th Jury ho waa
filled at noon eaactly, when Thomes
K. Bidet of I'ort Jarvia. a (rn r, waa
ciioHn aj Juror No. 41
Ahout (Ma tl ne Mr Olbson tttjM
"COUNT WOOED WIDOW:
WON $500 MESHBAG.
f 1,000 Gcm-StuJded Witth Hound
Too When "De Linke-' Is
On the record of the Wt Hide
Court ma held without bull for the
Orand Jury h la John K. Ilalt.r. I'rl
ralely be admit list he has pal in
the company of numoroua women aa
Count Jlan De l.lnke. He I twenty
two year old, faultlessly dressed nnd
poo esed of monumental nerve.
Tjetc In QOtOMf lie wa Introduced to
EfTle May lmrery, n widow with money.
1. In, ! Vo III We.t Kortv-flfth street
well jnd have been frequent guests i,. ,..,,., u,, Dona on the night 1
of (:. H nd when h had taken ha :rai.ruit. one orange, two lame pork
liipartura Mr. Doraey mixed her HI , 10),fc two tri eggs, fried potatoes
the famous sulreci riven hy the mother I
anii oincoment of a ult fur ullenatlon
'HK'd little aurpriae Mr. Itusmll and I
to exhibit .-.Ian of extreme ntrVetlSnelS.
Hhr moved aMasflf und tr- nhled v. hen
Ptatrlct-Attornty Itoger asked Tale,
man Joeph ('. Nail ef New Windsor:
MKNTION OF DEATH PENALTY
SHAKES MRS. GIBSON.
"Do you unfl.rst. 1 tint the penalty
for the crime called murder In th first
degree to) death?"
Mia anuaht :ha era of Glbaon, her
llpa trmhllng. He winked at her.
The next four talesmen were chal
lenged peremptorily by tha def.ti.
Other Juror acooptid early In the
afternoon eloii were:
No. T, Oeorge Dell, hote'.kceper, New- j
trunf: No. I, K l. Hartman, ferraer,
(loehen. No. I. Charlea Merrill, fai-mee.
New Wlndanr; No 10, William II Kit- i
errald. caltln dealer, Cheater, and
I neora-e W. .latnlson, m wtiaper puh- I
llahar, Fine lluh.
The twelfth man rhoeti I N. N.
Batrd. rarmer, of Norwalk.
Olbaon' Heeled nervei had not lost
thatr temper a he aroae to-dny kg
face h'.a trial. Aa cajm a If be
ware una of th one hundred and j
ninety MalHIPM called to furnlh .t
Jury, rati. cr than the man to w!iom MM I
Jury' decision may mean death, the ae- I
cuaad Naw York City lawyer nld he '
"l,iieel he needisl a ood breakfaat tn ,
buck him up."
Thl I the breakfaat that was aervsd
to him by hi wife, while beyond the I
bar of hi cell could be heard the
huffllnf of court attache as they we:it 1
about th bulh''e of Hettlnu the : im
for Hie trial: A bowl of MtMMJ one,
(Continued from Flrt !.)
her liiiabaiid have been asperated for
etnrit year, the porting taking place
In luigland, where ahe Is at present.
MlH' lie a liandaome homv aoroad and
spin'!" moat or her time there Mr.
Rus" II Is Independently wealthy. She
lid Mr ninthar hevo elwaya been on
the best of term.
While Mrs. Qourand hie three mar
rlaxce to her rredlt, the daughter
wedd: m to Ituaeell .raa not her llru
tatrlinonlal venture. At one tune ana
waa her mother1; later-ln-law as well
aa her daughtoi, th two having mar
ried brother. When the hln' to tha
. Mr amnion wa Mre. "Jack" Oou.
rjud, wife of a well known man about
kMsi' Her dauglitir Iliad) was Mr.
Leiri Ooumad, Thl wa in ikoo.
The dnughl' it obtained a divorce In tit
Vnt and It waa ald at the time that
lor mother gave Power (iouraud I-100,.
OH" to frgt her daughter, who later mar.
rl ! Ituaaell. fthe 1 abuut twcnty-alx
y lira old.
In kite the daughter has not been In
the npollfcjhl ou o many oocaaion.
tn: "Jerk" Iouraud ha furnlehe.t
noiunin and columna lor the puhdc
yr. . Hhe waa horn In Han Kraiiclw-o
and whn very young ran away from
acoool to marry Porter Aahr. a noted
Km I n ky horeeman. fiom whom ah
waa divorced after f visn yaara. They
av It enael of their time abroad. In IMii
aha niarrlod Henry M. Ullg, Coinino
drru ct the Larchmont Yacht Club.
Siom him she waa divorced In l'l, end
then ahe married Jackson Uourard, who
ill 4 n 110. The dnuahter, illadye, waa
born of her union with Aahe.
gold mesh bag Khe reported her loss j plaejfji of them four alli es of toast, two
to the Weat lcbrty-evanth atreet slu-j rupa of coff.
ilon. Pafotlra Owen was sent out to
Hook for th Count.
Front wearing a dier aiMl and .'.Me
hat and e'hlte glove every night Uweai
waa I'lSglnnlt.g to feel IMie druna'lc
crltl-. when be ran i-ris th count,
npenlnu wine lor a good looking vouna
woman. )t night. In a r"orW-ecoiid
Through rami on the prisoner the
potlra got a llarlom address which they
visited. They found there a gold, gem
smdded watch. Allied at $'.'. which
waa st' .i n laat Heptember frtmi a hotel
tn which the Count waa acting as clerk.
Maflatrat MurpThy wna attel to fx
trail to-day. aTtnr Ihe Count bad waive I
examine nor and Mieen held for '.he
Orand .Uury. The 'iiurt (Ww'itel that
the prisoner wa loo ellppeiy t be aJ
lownl a chance for hall.
WlJW ' i Icon a washing down Ihe;
laat ems', of toaat with I offee a re
porter for Th Krenlng World camo to
tha grating of hi aaM with I r i ty
HhorlfT lie. ker. Part of the Interior of
th Mil Is hidden end Mrs. Olbaon rraa !
the only perton In alght. Hhe w aa
laughing Laat night Cllbsun, aeemlngly
unstruni,-. had denied hlmaelf for the
flrel time tn the -reporter, hut now ;
Mrs Olbaon aald: "Mr. Olbion will see
you. Hi I alwaya at ! t.e the
Olluion came from the breikfasl table
and walked up the corridor to tho gatu
ut It end. He, too, wus amllluc
"AU the rest of the thliiKe you Inter
vrwrr war.l to hear will comb out
gradually In the courtroom," he aid.
"I huv every confidence In the world
that 1 ahall not come to any liumi rs
e remit of the trial. Don't 1 l"k It?"
a MajraM from N'alm I'asha, th cjin-mrider-ln-chlr.
He states that Infantry fire went on
all day Sunday. The Bulgarian tried
to advance agatnat the Turkleh r:ght.
and were lepulaed by the encureti) fire
of the Turkleh artillery, which are eeld
to have dratroyad three Bukjarlaa bat
ten. Naalm Paeha add that th coo
dltlin and morale of th troop are i
caWrt. eport from tee front atete the aaa
Tnrka took t wetr fan end MM aaie
oner and censed greet loaaee to ike
lVNION. Nov. ll.-The first Bul
garian nttack on the Turklh line of
fortification defending Constantinople
et ChataIJa hut failed. The wttole of
the Bulgarian army wa engaged.
Every available men waa moved to the
rront from the Bulgarian foreea Inveat
Ing Adrlanople and thes were rellefed
by Hervlan troopa.
Tha Bulgarian with all their artillery
began their advance on the Ohatalja
fortrdcaUun on Saturday and con
tinued the bombardment or the works
throughout Sunday. They, however.
found the Turkish position so strong
that they could not make any Irnpr
Mofl on them. One report rrom Con
stantinople MM the battle wa still In
proKiesa to-day, while another stated
thai there was a lull In the fighting.
MADE MAIN ATTACK TO THE
EAST OF CHATALJA.
Obaervsra who have been to tha Tur
kish rront agree that the endur or
ChataIJa line mu. prove a tank of tr
mettttolia dlfflculty. Th da.v.i the Birl
gnrlan troopa wer pompelle.1 to use for
the brliglng up or gun, anitnuitliloi'
and relnrorcemwit were taken advan
tage of by th Turks to dig theniselvn
Into entrenchments and to place cieir
guns In position giving them a distinct
,id antairc over the attackers. The Turk
ish soldiers, ton, who had been o
shaken by their prcvlou rie.'e.-its, app'ar
m have been steadied and thun far have
niadV. a most determined stand.
Tli'- Bulgarian trooji made thHr main
attack to the east of ChatalJdi the;r -Je
t lielng to break through Bl :hc point
where the rallwav to Oonstnntlnople
make a loop. The strong forts, ihe
marine and the guns of the Turkish
UaraBlM had evldi nlly discouraged
thi ni from making no a: :e'ttpt la turn
git Mf flank of the Turkish llneje
i.M"al: the uttlgarlana be U'-cf'iil
Ibttr effort ti break through the.
Turkish left centre Nallm Paatia'a Ot
toman erniv will M pushed back to the
northeast and It retirement npm th"
cap!!! cot off.
Th Turks seem to have no lio-ie M
roiling back the Bulgarian -forces, nut
If they succeed In holding Ihe 'Inrs of
ChataIJa both the military and diplo
matic situation nil undergo a marked
change, fan long detense of the rront
win probably compel th Bulgarian tn
enter into negotiations without captur
ing the Turkleh oepltel.
TURKEY MAKES NEW s
APPEAL TO POWERS .
FOR END OF WAR.
the Servian fo the Aulrln Conul In
Albanian towns, who aert that thy
wrc oreveni"d frnni leaving their post
for fer they might dlrloa tha lll-
ti-catnient of the Albanian InhabltE'.iU
by the Servian cniniueror.
I'u' llc spirit here tend more nd
morn to d'mand that th ltualloa i all
h df finitely cleared up. ,
FIGHTS WITH POLICEMAN
IN SUBWAY AND IS FREED.
ST. PKTER8BI B1. Nov. Ii The
Turkish Oovernment made a fivs.i ap
peal thle afternoon through the Uu-
atan Ambassador at Constantinople fjir
a ' eatltn of hostilities .
STIR AUSTRIAN ANGER.
VIENNA. Nov. lit Th Austro-Ssr-vlan
eltuatlon haa been rendered muoh
more aerloua ty the ton of the Ser
vian presa In Its denunciation of Aus
tria. This haa been added to by the
reported bed treatment meted out by
5,ko DEATHS DAILY
FROM CHOLERA ON
IlFftMN. NOT, 11. The liveliest Imag
Inatl lj would be unable to depict tbe
frightful eonalttcM cxlrng among
thr Turkish troops at Hademkeul on the
lines of ChataIJa, according to Major
I'.ugen Zwenger. the war correspondent
of the Tageblatt. Ha aay thousands of
' dead and dying lie along tha read. Men
I with stretchers are engaged day aad
I night wltwnut caseation gathering tha
idead for burial and the wounded 'or
I transport to the hoepltals. He continues:
I "According te anttaaUe imferaaatlaa
tbe deatka free cholera awe bee a,aM
daUy alang taa line ef OhaeaiJev."
riaya With Mntekee, Barnesl M
Five-year-old Walter fleachwantar
waa burned In 'hi horn at No. 1111
Third avenue to-day ao aeverely that
he died an hour after he waa taksn to
Lebanon Hnepltal. The boy's tsar
ante had gone down to their restaurant
on the first floor of the building, leav
ing him In bed. He got hold of aoma
matches and t hi night dreas afir.
The only Baking Powder made from
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Makes delicious home-baked foods
of maximum qualify af minimum
cost Makes home baking
pleasant and profitable
Shot Is Fired in Scuffle, but No
body Is Hurt Coins in Mur
phy's Pocket Stopped Bull.
There wa a fight on th? platform of
the (ouihhoiind side of the One Hundred
and Korty-nlnth street mhway elation,
early to-daj, between Jeremiah Murphy,
of No. 1303 Se.i'.hern boulevard, and Po
liceman Pisa lea, of Hi Delauuey atreet
station. In the courae of It, the pollor
man's revolver went oft and a bulkM
etruok the trousers pocket of Murphy.
It waa deflected by sliver corns In hi
pocket and mad only a slight bruise.
According to Murphy's story to Magis
trate O'Connor, h wa trying 4o get off
the cer ss Plsatea waa trying to farce
hla way on. tn hla straggt to gat off,
Murphy said, he shoved the aaiteernen
backward and wa caught and hl in
th hou!dr. In th nilddl f tna
struggle he heard lb report ;t the re
volver and felt a a'lnglng Pm on h s
leg. He saw a uniformed subway gnaid
pick up a revolver and hund It to tb
Philip Cohen, of No. 411 East fM
ii 1..1 m.i l.'nrte-sevellth street, lias
Mflrd the policeman was the aggressor
,k. ...... e' snout ine be wits a police
man snd .nes'nt to get on the car when
ha pleaaed, without waiting ior anvi-ov
to get off. Cohen said Plsatra fired the
revolver and then dropped It. but PIMtea
Magistrate O'Connor dlmlsed the
oaf g.!rst Murphy wrllhout comment.
rkanre for rkaneer
tFresi tbe bmi Clu Joumsl.1
"A Chaucer Club, eh?" sold Mre.
Oausajp. "1 don't know that 1 cars so
muoh about Chaucer."
"Ok, come on and Join." urged Mra.
Oevbble. "We baren't talked about
Chancer alnca the' club etarted."
PRESIDENT TAFT HERE.
Retarns for Brief ntny After Mee(
loe at Neve Haven.
NEW HAVBff, Conn., Nov. II. Presl
dsnt Tnft left on his return trip to New
York at 110 this afternoon. After the
corporation meeting he lunched with
the members of that body. Both upon
hi arrival and hla departure a largo
number of people were at tha station to
President Taft will remain la Nev
Terk City until fjrle evening, when h
will return to Washington.
GEORGE F. HEARN IN
Oeorge A. I learn, senior member of Uie
firm of .lames A. Ileum A Hon, the
Kourtconth atreet dry good merchants,
sfwt srnmlnsnl as m isiniifdss..ur nf nalnt-
lnga and art objects, waa hurt to-day In taklAK. in the moITling, glAMof
he waa golag to. tha store and a taxlcnii
In which ha Joee;.h Hatlrlght, twrd
of the I'nlon Club. The accident hap
pened at nfly avenue and forty-iecond
Mr. Mearn escaped with scratches on
hla forehead made by broken gla( nd
n .'light rut on the outside of th lid o
his left eye. which did not affect th
ey e Itself. Ilallrlirht was badly shaken
tip. Thr chaulfeuta ot both car wero
Mr. Hrarn went to the store, tran
sacted eome bu.'ineaa and went horn.
You will tone up yout
system and feel better for
Best Remedy tor
CASTOR I A
far Ih&bU nnd Childran.
Thi IW You Ban Atom Eoosh!
WORSTED KNIT GOODS
Anln KnltttHl mrntir
( 4 '1- utid ,.,g, lldhlff-.r
uml linlt l iiitfinnip for
Mmn, iroifn nrnl li.tdrrn.
Art Nred'eworlt Exhibit
on tiw M ill niiy
rtunylctc la r rrv tlolaM.
309 Sixth Ave. 24-25 St.
BROOKLYN RltTAU RANTS
Fulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn
Will Close Out on Tuesday
$25 and $30 Dresses, $15.00
For Women and Misses
Taken from ihe regular stock the accumulation of a season's
business' some of our best selling model-are included. All
sizes and colors.
Mardl Gras Week
Nevins and Fulton Sts. and Flatbush Ave.
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B JHsCat. W MsyseaaaaaaaT -J seaaaf!wT" 1 aWaaeaV VjOasB seeeeffTsee! seeeTJ,,seel
D" ' Jj-BB 4bPbbbbbPiT 'aseeTseL W JfWWH
RJyT'' T ' "'llaCT'fcy! IB SaCBKlBseFllaOM
Cabaret rarferseere apeetelly kiagnsjed fag Unset (Ires Week.
Will Mark th Optn'mf of the .Season. One Confinaoat Whirl ot Mutic, Dencinr, Laugher, Joy
AsUel AMracllon f Qur Lesdlng Cikarel Show
Strata ter the Uikt tttottcra Every EveHtf. Cmk Mil Be Foolish ana Fool With Is
Satin Charmeus Dresses
Velvet and Corduroy Dresses . . .
Ratine and Eponge Dresses
Navy and Black Serge Dresses.
Regular values $25.00 and $30.00
Bonwit Teller & Co.
An Extraordinary Sale
High Class Fur Coats & Small Furs
FOR WOMEN AND MISSES
French Seal Coats
Full and , length. Made from Chapprlle dyed s- c f
tkini. Value 95.00 Od.UU
Trimmed Seal Coats
Full and J4 length model, trimmed with black
fog. civet est, natural raccoon, ermine, French n tf
, mole or leopard. Value 65.00 11U.UU
Bisam Seal Coats (Dved Muekrat)
Full length model, made from French dyed iu- ff
pcrior quality akint. Value 195.00 WD. UU
Full length model, made from flat curl lustrous s tr
skina. Value 85.00 Oi.UU
Moire Caracul Coats
Full length model, made from fine XXX. ouality e e-
flat curl, high lustre skins. Value 125.00 Vd.UU
Baby Caracul Coats
Dreooll model, with chincrulia-struirrel or plain
VBBDnsBtxnsBBi aanas aafsarw
WITH OUR WAY -
Fair nil . tqusr
All lest r fseea arUrlee e4-nrr-ai
la Tk Worm wlU be
tle el Tk WorM's laferwie.
Ilea atareea. Palltter neUaieg
Are... Paeb Mewi Worm's
t'etewe tMflee. awribwee ear
aer flHtb H. aad Hraadweyi
World's Hsetae Offtee. 1MO
West isaib at., aad World's
reeklya offlre. 20 Waableg
baa at., aweeklya. far SO dare
sspaaaai tk aHatbag et tbe
One Dollar Weekly
Is All Yon Need to Pay
to completely fnralsh four
lb eaiy kibo w tau
gee S rear we be
ll.er eoelelii mor.
Bed, Spring aid
litciy Free wHu
rack $1W par
m aaeaai a
wHb good, deerndalile, llfellme ruraltare
3 4 5 Room Apartment
Outfits at '75, 425, '150.
eeleltr nf these r K I'M KNT oi'TtTTS ead
wade fiu-alshlaa lhaa th oam aekra east
I? I? Special
r lilllEa- Ihts2-lBfiiPost
$24 M; said
Respectable Credit Is Extended
Cash Prices Prevail
Writ fer ear New
ear etrsflta. aaUd
We Py FrelgW aud f rlJLFZ
to I ihii Island. New
Jersey aad raaeerlteal.
Silver Kit Fox Sets
Large animal scarf,
Large muff to match.
Pointed Sitka Fox Sets
Large animal scarf.
Large muff to match.
Scotch Moleskin Sets
2'j yard long fringed scarf,
Large muff to match,
Natural- Skunk Sets
2 skin scarf with heads, tail,
Large 6 skin muff to match.
II' m 48.50
24 Si 67.00
42 5?; 65.00
A very large collection of Imported Model Fur Coat and Sets of
Moleskin, Broadtail, Baby Caracul. Hudson Seal Ermine and
Sable. Prices range from 395.00 to 1.500.00.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
tmw a t iiibiihibi liiii
We are maker of good shoes further
more, we are retailers of our own good
From our experience aa retailers we
evolved, perfected and produced the Blyn
Plan Nature Shoe.
The Shoe that fits without pinch, bulge,
bind or slip.
Fall Shoes in Ten Big Blyn Slorea.
The good styles, the large stocks and ihe
reliable qualities that have stood the test
for nearly half a century.
Makers of shoes in all grades in large
quantities Our immense advantages are
reflected in shoes and the values.
Kese la Neaeb. Shoes la
Blyn-Plan Shoes for
Boys and Girls; gun
metal call, patent coif,
end tan Buasia. Tha
shoe of continuous com
fort and permanent sat
isfaction. Sixes a toS $1.75
SUe. SMtotl . $2.00
Blase 11 H to 2... $2 .SO
Tao. l ft to 8 $2.00
nthe -I I- m.
' -... hi ..IIM
prices aa Black Leather
Mom la All Uradea.
Tea Wa. Beet ranHlr Stores
west aina eroarsi
sata-aa w. saath at.
th Are. aad SITIh Si.
at A..JHMha MHb at.
Mall oeder Oeot.. itOOO Sd Ave. Write tor Cetalsgae
I At.. Mth
i a v in uh .a as..
Bo wer r, nr. Broom, a.
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