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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912,
GIVEN $2,000 FOR LOSS
OF HUBBY'S AFFECTIONS
Tales of Spooning of EMerty
Pair in Kitchens Convince
BROKER IS ARRESTED
ON CHARGE OF ARSON
MORE THAN YEAR OLD
Bruno Rotherrberg, Real Estate
Man, Put hi Tombs, Lack
ing $10,000 Bond.
emit complicated ttnuia tJie plaintiff
Jul defenda-it are. erandrnothere of the
ame child, ended to-day when a Jury
In Justice fi leaser! err a part of tha Su
preme 0urt returned a verdict awarding
Mrs. Zl-rnrnermein 12,000. Tha trial laet
ad three weeks ami attjrw cited treat
Mrs. Adam Zlmmermnn. who former
ly lire at No. 7 Manhattan avenue,
charted that Mra. Clara B. Konaelman,
who le aatd to be wealthy and Uvea at
No. It Weet One Hundred and Second
street, began In the spring of 10 a
eampalgn to win the love of the plain
Oeven years ago, without her par
ent"' consent. Mi Annie Zimmerman
married Churl, -s Koneatman, eon of the
defendant. It waa month! before tha
una perenta were reconciled to tha
marriage. With peace established, the
elder Zimmerman and Konselmans be
came friendly and many family dinner
parties were given. It waa during
this period that Zimmerman and Mra
Koneelman became overfrlendly, ac
cording to the plaintiff's witnesses.
Young Mrs. Konaelman waa tlie
principal wltnaaa for her mother, the
plaintiff, while her huaband. Charles
Koneelman, took the stand In defense
of hla mother. Frederick W. Konacl
nifta, husband of the defendant, aat
by his wire's side throughout tha trial,
but did not teatlfy.
Mr. Zimmerman aald the love-making
of her husband and the defendant took
place at tha start In the kitchens or the
various homes where the famlllei as
sembled at parties. Zimmerman la a
ohef and It waa testified that Mra. Kon
aalman a 1 wave Instated on helping him
prepare the meals. It also was al
leged that they found time between
courses to embrace aid make love.
Mra. Zimmerman estimated her dam
age at 160,000. fine also has brought a
cult for separation against Zimmerman,
naming Mrs. Konselman as co-respondent.
It Is now pending.
Bruno Rorhorrberg. a real estate
operator, with offtoas at No. 140 Nas
sau (treat and a home at No. 1ST Ridge
street. Newark. N. J., waa arrested as
he stepped oft the Hudson tunnel train
at tha Fulton street terminal this
morning by Detective Ruaao of the
District Attorney's office. Hla arrest
COULDN'T SPOON IN RAIN.
WMttw Haw Bald It Waa nalsUg
- aaaa Caaeee Maa'i Release).
Harry F reiser, seven teen yenr old.
who Uvea wHh his tsnrente at No. 4 IS
Bast XtsThty-Aftb street, owes his Ubrrty
to tha records of tha Weather Bureiu.
SYeleer waa on trial before Judge
Malona and a Jury m General Sessions
to-dav for making violent love to Viola
Davis, a girl of his age, in Central Park
on the evening of Oct. B.
"How was the weather that night?"
Lawyer George Francis O'Neill,
Fretaer's attorney, aahrd the girl.
'It was a beautiful moonlight night."
replied Miss Davis.
Lawyer O'Neill subpoenaed Forecaster
Starr of the Weather Bureau and his
records. They showed that It rained
that evening and the moon did not shine
and It will lead yon In the right direction.
A person, when sick. I" erv apt to
cmp at a straw. Vnworthr articles art
allarlngly edvertlee to cure n manner
-ii , , , . I a ur ns" y ailvert eea to cure en msnne
was mad. on a special warrant from , of ny, ym, , m., ,. , ,r ,
iimric Auumfy w mi man arm is upnn
Indictments for arson In the first and
second degree found against Roflien
berg In August of last year.
When the real estate broker ap
peared before Justice Ooff In the Crimi
nal Branch. Supreme Court. It devel
oped that his re-arrest on Indictments
to answer which he had once appeared
In court and had been released on hla
own recognizance waa in accordance
with some deep laid plnn of the Dis
trict Attorney, which he would not re
veal in court "for good and sufficient
reasons." Rotlienherg had been shad
owed by detectives In the employ of
the Board of Fire Underwriters ever
since his release a year ago.
T;ie real estitte brother was Indicted on
the charges arising out of a fire which
ocourred in June, 1911, tn the factory of
the New York Frame and Picture Com
pany, at No. 140 Fulton street. Shortly
nrurward Oha-rles Ho.owlti, president
of the company, was emitted for mak
ing raise and fraudulent proofs of loss
to the lnsuranoe companies.
Justice GofT to-day held Bothenbarej In
U0,00t bail, which he was unable imme
diately to raise, ao he went to Che
merit i . 1 you use common aerie. Every
body la Dccaalenally or frequently in the
threat or a MliSM attack, of whl, h all th
symptoms sro Nature's danger signals fn
you to do something before It M too late,
Headache, had stomach and con.tlpatlon
are the foreninnera of moat Intestinal gal
eneea. Attacked In time, in a . , m m o n
nee way. they aoon pass over. Ptudy
your case and atudy the remedy. Take
something whlrh will effectually operate,
flrat on your liver, then on your stomach.
and lastly on your bowels. Take some
thing which Natura hae rafMahed and
which is untouched nor altered by human
bunds. A natural remedy the choice of
every do. tor. Hiinyndl Jaitos Water Is
their choice. It If the most Ideal, sennlhlr
safeat Natural Laxative Miners,
Water, and hair a tumbler u! en arising
arts speed i eure and gentle.
KILLS HERSELF AND CHILD
RATHER THAN TAKE CHARITY
Woman Had Long Refused to Be
come a Patient In a
Mrs. Frieda Kaufmann of No. C30
Lafayette avenue, killed herself and
her five-year-old daughter with gas to
day. Her husband, Herman Kauff
mann, a crueller baker, found the
bodies when he returned home at noon.
He was to have taken his wife to a
hospital for an operation this aftor
aoon. According to Mis neighbors the
Kauff mantis were once well-to-do. Mra.
Kauffmann had been 111 for a long time
but refused to go to a hospital as a
charity patient. She consented yestJr
day, her husband aald, hut he thought
she was overcome with dread of the
ordeal after he left the house.
CAST RABBf FROM PULPIT.
Finn into Street, Preacher Asks
court to Punish Conarra-KsMoa.
Rahbl Abrahnm Oeller of the Hvna-
gogue Bhomrev-BmniunaJ, Fifty-second
street and Fourteenth avenue. Borough
l'ark, utked Magistrate Harris, In Flat
bush Court to-day, to reatraln and pun
ish seven metnbers of his congregation.
He charged that at services last Satur
day they rushed to the pulpit, uttering
profane and llHreaiectru! Iangiiaff
dragirod him to the door and cast him
Into '.he street.
It was explained that the Rnbhl do
not preach upon modern American sub
jects. He was re-elected last spring
by a very small majority and the
minority have been trying to force him
cut since- ins neartng was put over
In all csaes of eic
stye brain fag, nerv-
colds, grip, coryr.a.
OTrr-induigencc, or headaches from any
cause or In all conditions of psln, gout,
neuralgia, scute ur cbrnulc rheumatism,
etc.. etc. prompt, safe rellet Is lound In
ThsMB ful Bklfl rfHTl area MfMr Ittm-
Ltttonftf. tKttctmti r,nr h.ihtt former Try therm I
Ask Your Druse.- 9m
Dies After Fall Froas Track.
Charles May, fifty-three years old,
who fell from a truck In front of No.
14R Fast Fifty-eighth street last night,
died early to-day In Flower Hospital of
a fractured skull. He lived st No. 1
is usually impossible to the bilious.
But biliousness yulcta and head
aches, sour stomach, indigestion go
when the bowels are regulated and
the liver and kidneys stimulated by
EX-POLICEMAN SHOT BY SON.
Patrick Kennedy Fatally Wouaded
Purine an Argument.
STRATFORD. Conn.. Nov. 20
Patrick Kennedy, a retired New York
policeman, aged eighty-one, was shot
by his son John, forty-five years old,
thlg afternoon, while the men were 1n
an argument The wounds of the elder
Kennedy are likely to causs death.
The son. who Is a deaf mute, r,as
later arrested after a struggle. A re
volver found In a homemade holster
worn by the son, Indicated that five
chambers had bee nemptled and !ien
reloaded. The elder Kennedy has or.e
wound through the kidney. For years,
It was stated to-day, the son had acted
at " "Ve eas
You can bake just as
well as Aunt Delia
if you use
la asses 10c.. Z3
If oftea eanert y pelsonm eatarrt tenanirH
pIDgdoentroathaDoM. Koodoo'.. 111. nrl.lMl BM
d f.eulQSOaurrael Jelly qol-h'r e,m. us gTfBJ
lasaweS tlasass and keel. Cae raw places. IMat
esasl how U t lira. ioj.t KonJn , . Hold By BBS
M.SN erigglsta e.etrwksre. ate sail ate seal- mW
The H O Com
I Makers of
H-O, force.dnd Presto.
AO lee er feaad artlrlee ask
eerfMd la The World will he
listed at The Werld'a laforma.
Mas Roreao. Falltter BuUdlag
Areade, Park Rewi World's
Oaeeara Offtee. aerchweet ees
aer Mth St. aad Broad wan
WeriaVe Harlem Office. e
Weet lta (H., end Werld'a
Breeklya Offlre. ana Waahlag.
tea St.. Breeklya, fer SO days
Mlearlag Use prtnttag ef the
NO MONEY DOWN-$1.00 PER WEEK
Step into Story 8t Clark's, select any
Ormsby Piano, pay us not a penny,
slmnlv trv it in your home at Story
& Clark's risk. Pr
TRV IT WITHOUT RISKING ANYTHING
An opportunity like this has never before been known in
the history of Piano Selling. We offer you a genuine,
bona-fide bargain a bargain that can't Iks duplicated,
let vou test first and buy afterwards.
COME TOMORROW AND GET FIRST CHOICE
N-w PUyw Pino
fnur, mi sic BOixa.
1100 Upright Grand
ON Tlll.tr. WITIIOI'T COHT. SltM.On.
THIS ORDER GOOD FOR
Cut It out at once. BenMea saving vnu
100 ws permit the amaWest pai nu-nts.
o ntr t: ckkiiit iui.i..
One f lliese ,,r,1is g,,,,'t as First
Hal merit inwitr,! pur h.t.ti of one
HTOK1 CI.AKK HIANO
PD rC ONE YEAR'S Court PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS by Gredu.te Teacher of
f Eel Muiic Abaolutely Free with Purchase of Any Piano, No Matter What Price
STORY & CLARK PIANO CO.,
12 and 14 West 32d St., New York
BROOKLYN, 1100 Broadway and 4B1S Fifth Are. NEWARK. 101 Ilalaey St.
Doable Trading stamp Until I o'QIock, Single Stamp Thereafter
a rwaH HIM bkHbVW?
Dmh" t.lhrriy (Iratiipa ror
&nai Wrapptrm. TnbHccn
Gomin$ Saturday! Admission FREE!
Great Animal Show and Circus
Lions, Leopards, Grizzly Bear, Panther, Zebu, Kangaroo,
Monkeys, Lemurs and Birds of Every Kind
The greatest Menagerie of Wild and Trained Animal ever presented by a department
store. Big Hippodrome and Circus AlUI Plantocomel
See Mme, P aulinc and Her Performing Leopard in th Arena ti "ear.
" """"" To Thla We llase lenteg Half ef Oer Whole Seventh floor.'
Will Arrirt Saturday in ToyUnd
(MTealh I lour.
rsfs, are I em
Now AI Its Height. Values Are Belter luan Ever, lome and Save
$2.98 French Velour and $1.98 Bright llnlshed Hals
These valura can only he appreciated i( you rome anil set them. They trr
poiilivrly wonrlrrful . We will oiler IW0 of these halt, in every color irr.stui
able, including black, at the remarkably low price of
Great Sale of Plumes
All plumes purrliased here arc guaranteed to be made ot prime stock, etr heavy and lull
brads. I'rireaerr Irn than prevailing whnl.
$3. SO French Plumes,
black and while only
$4.49 French Plumes,
inwhitr and black
$5.98 French Plumes,
in white and black
$6.98 French Plumes,
black and white
$7 7', Iren.h Plumes, Qft
black and white M t tT1 9
$8.98 French Plumes,
blark and white
$9.98 French Plumes,
black and white
$12.98 French Plumes,
black and white
Ilata Trimmed Froe Main tloor
5.000 Yard of
4 In I, All-Htrli-e.l
A 4 Inrh Iilsg'tnals.
.1 4 I n , h N.-eltv
I II I n h 2 - tuns
Vmluem to SI. 25
AO-lneh All Wool t
Chlff,,n flroad, loth ( aeirs 1
BU ini-n asaassaasi
St in l, lllllll
t ,i in i, S t r I e e d
4 Inch i.'haln Dl
Mear. ) ,eewweeS
1,296 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' DRESSES
a r Mm
A Gigantic Purchase On of the Greatest Sales in Oar
history. 95 Stunning Styles Presses for Every Occa
sion 'Dresses to Fit Women and Misses of Every Sine.
I LOT NO. 1
$7 to $12.
I LOT NO. il
$12 to $25.
"Here's a party" for fashionable dressers: The sample lines and lur
plus stock of h'gh " lus i tlrcsst s I mm a wi ll known manufacturer, to sell
or much less than lis ,nl wholcsnlr prices to-morrow.
The I. orient Collection of Hmndnnmo Bxelumlvo Style Wo
liver Olfcred In m Special Smle.
Think of it I 95 rJafcrtM styles, many are riclusivr modrls. tome only one of a style, othere only
wo or three, all of thrm reflecting the nrwrtt fatbion ideas fur the coming winter.
Ill mM a a ImpnrUd rar mi Srnrei Ssrgn, ( or daeeyt lelreH, Chiffoni.
f .'oOii, In Uct (I'eiims matrrtj
rfi0 fPgilnri: VSU!SiMJai!Mt Tu"- wi"- '""',f-
1 IIC VJUIUI i iW,f,i-,.i jnd hfhl .in. Jarl I IsfslWI
Included are drenei (or every orcamm. for itreet, afternoon, theatre, party, dancing and evening
wear- All itei for large women, small women, misses and girls. I Irenes for the school girl, fer the
debutante a well for the matton. Sues for mines. 14 to 18; for women, aiaet 34 to 44.
Seldom if ever before and perhaps never again will you have an opportunity to get dress bargains
like these, at $4.75 and $7.75.
4 4e J' ,n WM galaaneeol. la 4fwaasseswete)tt
Tomorrow the Last MaIsaii CaIa
Day of This WUUIl OOIC
This Ssle Ham Been g Boon to cDresmtr
And Hoasexutvts, Ylan to Come.
Too. and Save.
The New 1913 Dress Form
Adjujtablr to any height; covered
with Brt Jersey cloth; lizea 32 to
44; r-gularK, J2.50; Tomorrow's big
feature of this special sale at
S lor 5c
all color, i-xcept
prevent- baby fall
ing out of chair
nark's O. N. T. f niton
Unit 1 1 1 r. re n ; n fgpnol)
Mutton - Values tt
i ,'i ilosen. at,
du' 10c ' 59c
-'-hi-1 NhP I'olUh I, ln.it 2
UM Cot Inn
and 4 hnlp,
3 cards . . . ,
Ihirnlnar f'otton tllnrk. whlta and
lan; ra.ru-ftr 20o doxn; lf
at. floasn late3C
i Main Floor.
siea- sal it mm. ss es as a a i
36 Russian Pony Coals,
20 French Coney Coals.
9 Opossum Trimmed
Values to $55.00.
Cut 32 inches long, either semi-fitted or loose back models.
All lined throughout with very fine quality silk brocade or
Skinner'a Mtin, in rich colorings. Sites from 14 to 34.
Mink Marmot Coata,
M o i r Pony Cob te,
Caracul Skin Coat,
50 Rueeian Pony and French Coney ear An
Coat, values up to $39.73. at )Z3eVV
100 Blue C hina Wolf Seta and Belgium
Lyns Sat, value $7.93. at
Nea nad floor. I ,
Just Think of Itt
Boys' $5 Suits
At $2 .98
mhlmohlllm Polo Oomtm
Pur iiollmred Orercomf
0 mrerfie dollar O'eomtU
orroM i wo-roatBMune
l ie and gray chinchilla PoloCoeU.witB
It all around, flannel lined; sites fljte
t. bis Ions convertible collar, fancy raix-
turr coats, for large boys, sites 10
to 17. A fine assortment of feaey
noveltiea, with fur and astrachaa
collars, as well as velvet collar, far
I nv ?A n 10. (Third Fleer. )
Glaftste Norfolk aad Double Breasted Two- A.tt
tSllllS Pants Suits, in fancy muturri. at At
Bid Sale of Rubbers and Arctics
You'd bettor buy mt tteSO Jowpi-lee before Lmd weather metm In.
Wo will Ml Moll Ordorm
Man's $1.00 Rubbers, rttra heavy soles I Woman's 65c Rubbers, storm and croquette
and heels, reinforced scami; sues b to II, Cftg. style Cuban or common sense he. Is, to fit SAje
OsV I any toe shane: size. ?A tn at Tiffs
Boys' 75c Rubbers, ettra
heavy soles and hreli. hi avy CQ
r inlorced seams, at . tfirv
U.imeH'N :t Numiile Hlioen
I'm, -ill Coliskln. I Jill i , r ,
Men's $2.00 Storm Arctics,
extra heavy, wool tierce lined, surs atl 41 BJ
Mill, at 51.15
Men's $4.50 Storm King Rub
ber Boots, extra heavy soles,
and heeli, lliece wool (JQ Ifl
lined, liies 6 to 1 1, at 7t)e45
-xt Tiiir.i rieer.)
$18 (9x12) Brussels Rufjs $1f.98
Bent floral, Oriental, medallion and two-toned pattern ever shown.
Excellent ruga for parlors, dining room, bedrooms, etc., at
$27.50.9x12 Royal Axmlnster Rags
i'i i.-i tffnlth and nihsr mukaa,
' . r.tl K i. ri' il unit raln irmnH
I 4 arnttlfv alar H Ax t i . . . .
$22.00. 7.1x10.6 Axmlnster Rngs
licit ratls quality In floral and afef Q I
Sfatan .le-ale-na Sj syllBstfO I
60c Cork Linoleums, 2 yards wide sq. yd. 33c
rie Cera l.lnuleuma, Irarda arMe QQ i Or I lr Oll. lolli, all widths; siuar -
r,l I rfc
25c a'ta ,nl"ld Uaeleaaie, 1 yards wide, 7J
ii,,urti nnirr l reaaseseessaassaasasaaaas esses a asssasesji
Heats tleor Ullilotha, all
A Special Sale for lomorroiu
Only. these Are the Sort
of Bargains Women Watt for.
In atriped or neat checked pattern,
waists trimmed with Gibson plaits
and contrasting colon, high or
Dutch neck model, high girdle
effects, full skirt, sizes 36 to 46;
limit 2 to a customer.
House Dressea of good quality per
calr or lUnnrlrttr, come in light or dark
Oolefl, atriped, checked or figured effects,
not all ajatl in every style, AJ A A
but every site in the lot, iixei jk I III I
?4t,.46 .t VleVW
House Dresseaand Nurae'
Unif OrmB, one or two piece styles,
cf rhambray. seeriurker or Trench pcr
cale.sailorcollars.Dutchor A4 AO
high necks, prettily trin,- Jk I M J
rued, sires 34 to 4b. at VAeWU
Women's Blanket Robes
or German flannel kimorri g'r.vrn. Tfie
robes hsve neat reversible stripes, circular
collars, turnover cuffs, finished with girdi".
Kitnono gowns, trimmed will, satin nr
fancy borders, sailor Mar
satin bands or deep shir re.'
llarMdllMM yoxes si
I THE 14TH STREET STOKE. UENBV
o. I can.
ddim rnnrrnirc MixtDNiTs
9ic unuLLiiiii rv. iftc
aalJL Mall onlers Klllnl. i eBj. tacle. MAJ
i Minn ', i.,i or
tliaTFlliK, III, n. l
1 II. ' i,,ly a . sil
coffee ira:;.;'';!. '8c spare ribs
RICE Kull heatl'ja'p'aii 4 Ibg. ?.$C
PRUNES Hants Tisr.. 3 lbs. 2fic stfaks
CITRON l.e.'hrn''n'.r,':n. Ih 2iU
LEM.-ORANCF PFFI ... 18c BACON
1 Or HAMS
n i so sair- i'"l I
iirirN. i i tit,
ti k I nra . I
iTDiiiT riitri: ).u IK 1'J
ss vis vnnL, i.-i-i.iK i.'.s
POTATOFS. ' :l..V Pk. 8c
H'l.W.s ANi LHtlOHa
WHISKEY ienagi.fa: 6S
claret i.;"'!!!?'.,. rr. 71
PORT orSHERR Yrn'. ,'Ksi98c
'iiriieil.ii 1 el
till, I ,'uri"!
I 111 MM. THAT WIM. UIVB NaTIS-
I l I II. lilt VOI H MONKT UK k
Timely Sale of Drugs
Toilet Articles, Household Remedies, Eta
At prices Calculated to Save YotTSums
)5c H un y s d i
75, Emulsion of
50c Me. li. Beef.
I ( I.I. Urn Sl im
'4 111. 1'iHalaes H
t (It. Onlous 04
I I ,,, f llrrarl OS
i rka. rJeeales 10
. lb. M.w.l Nuts. . . .OM
Iluj. Ilrnnie, ... .Ill
g I,,, Aptilra (Ml
I l au aaB IO
U lb. Cvllee IB
I t ea Mweel orn, . . Hi
I rt. ( raaberrlea. ... .OB
I Basket OS
.(mm. Floor ),
vaiae it aa
- i it left r.
ssites, u. ii.
'l.ll.MT t .U
Bi.l ..'. the,.
St.. 2llli, In,
W s il ueeU
nali st l'
o( Whim . ,,
guiiilni' I'lll.. K. lan ii., ,i
2 grains; IUU . ,,
JIM- tloruiKiuri'l t'stbar- ,
tie Pilui. inn r. 1 J(
I'ur" bp. .mi Hall,
Pura HIcarlKiuate of m
Soda. In OC
Pure HucUeUu Halt.
Powdered Ki'llnexl Borax g
iae (Julnatrets lor -a n
llruan's Mlsturo Loaen- o
11.00 Tyreie'a Antlaep- rn
lie Powder OBC
.' ",, l'n, li"i i 'as- gag
torla . . 1UC
io. Urangelne Head- a
vho Poailnr . . . C
tic Kll v.. for Ofail- Q
dmn'a Heads 19 C
10c Pierce's Corn
25c Imported Ger
HOC Ur Charles Klasa an.
3ftc Kulyn s Tootli
lag PtVJ TUB S noap jjj
Uj lAistrile Nail a
fcoaia-l. . lot
Ideeila Tlolet Cok evr,
t'mim Ulh L.OC
6r Puinmo or rrpi rsl
Ti.l let soap, cake
is Hwauaaowa race gg
II (Mi Heven Hutlierlaad ass
Slaters UalrTonlc Ill
Use II aril na Medicated a a
Toilet rioap lit
S1.2.S Runiier Saeetlas.
double faced, yard . . . 09 C
7 He Brainless Bloc a at
Douche Pass Mt
eUKGSX. Pres t DOUBLE LIBERTY STAMPS UNTIL 1 O'CLOCK. SINGLE STAMPS