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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912.
DOUBLED LEGACY TO
Millionaire Horseman's Will
Gives Residence to "Bet
terment of Mankind."
PRIESTS AS TRUSTEES.
Two Clerical Nephews Un
hampered in Disposal of
Funds on Daughter's Death.
Iha will of Joseph TV Carroll, the
stllonalre head of the horae nValtne;
Urn of Fles, Doerr & Carroll, filed In
Iha Surrogate's Court to-day, ahowe
that after hla deathbed tSMMlllattM , president
Many View Body of Magnate,
Then Fill Church at Ser
vices in Indianapolis.
with hla wife he added a ro.llell to hla
will which doubled a truet fund cre-
for her benefit. On Nov. 4, 1912,
TNTMAN ATOMS. Tnd , Nov. S.
Many haarhall nnd biielnr-ee associate.
In-day attenilr.l the funeral of John T.
finish, I'nsliVnt of the N w York Na
tional bSMM BaSSBaJl Club, who AM
enrly Tin.'lay In hla private rar near
LottlSlSns, Mo., while SB r te West fur
hla health. The service were held at
: P. M. at Bt. Paul's Kplecopal Church,
and thf burial WSJ at Crown Hill Ceme
tery here. Frlenue called at the home
uf Mra. Harry N. Hempstead, the
daughter of Mr. Brush, to view the body
before It wns taken to the church.
John J. MiJruw. manattrr of the New
York National tjengue Club, waa one of
the honorary pallhearor.. Among the
batehall men attending the funeral were
President T. J. Lynch. National League ,
B. B. Juhnmm, American
ARRESTED JUTO THIEF.
Qeorae Hoaenbark Inmlil fer
George Rodt t twieh. a cihauffeir, of No
2310 Eighth avenue, waa arrested to-day
at a (rage In Kortj-tilnlh street sear
IVghjih avenue on a iiharfe of having"
stolen a touring oar veeterfley fcotn In
front of No. MS West Thlrty.nlnth
'Hie iw t owned ny a vsutm-Mis p,r.
former known an "loc" Armatrong and
who live In Hrooklyn lie had tnkrti a
yoiinfi woman to her home In Thirty,
ninth atreet and bidding hr good
Red Cross 4 Coujrh Drops.
MnMiinu better for .nr. tl'M.t. Or per bni - Adrt.
when four men
and drove away
by In the hallway
Jumped Into hla car
No trace of the car n obtained until
Jaat nlghl. when It waa bronchi Into th a
Forty-ninth street garage very much
the. wars (or wear. Rodrnhacn had
come back to take It out .igin when
he waa arreted
Leamie. Prealdent I1 Harrow. Inter
national League i Charlea Comlakey,
' M. A 1 1 1 . I '. a urn I W Mnet.hx ('hi-
Oarrnll created a special truat fund of r0 Nationala Auguat Herrmann. Cln
tlO.000 for Mra. Martha L. far ml l'a I ri nat t i Ohaelsa Mhtaatta. n SI. a and
benefit, but Impoaed the restriction that
aba should enjoy the Incnma from thla
and the other fund of $5, 000 created
several yearn ago only aa long as alia
bould remain hla widow.
The will glvea 125,000 each to the
Haw. Father Michael Doran of Fort
Leavenworth, Kan., and to Rev. Edward
Doran of No. 20 City Hall Place, Man
hattan, the money to he uaed for May
ing masses for the repnee of the tes
tator', eoul. The prleata are nr.phewa
of the testator
ORDERS WITHDRAWAL OR DIS
SOLUTION OF FIRM.
a taking up the disposition of hla
sraperty, Mr. Carroll provided that hla
sscutora and trustees change the
methods under whl-h the business of
rhe Fiaa, Poerr and Carroll Company
'are now operated. He directs hla ex
eotitors to Inveat the money of hli estate
aa flrat iiiortgajtes upon Manhattan real
eatate, such mortgages covering more
than fin per cent, of the value of the
mortgaged property Ho saye:
'They may. howerver. retain all or
any part of my property aa they find it.
except that It Is my express wlsii and
desire that my stock In Kiss. Doerr and
Carroll Company shall be gold, or the
Ik biislnees liquidated within three
rnoniliM alter my dt;iiiae.
"In carry.ng on the said business of
Kiss. loerr & Carroll, it haa been the
CtUtom to extend to customer large
eroitUi taking hack chattel mortgaws
n Iwirees, wagons, Ac. I'pon my death
It la my desire, and I accordingly direct
my executors and trustees to seo to It,
that the character of the bUSiMSS be
I In this respect and tthat no sales
.if h ra aa, wagone, r., ahall be made,
eNccpt for cash."
In addition to r rag tin I a trust fund of
JMO.'.iO the ttlOOIIIS to he used for the
maenteoan e and education Of h'.s
daughter tiOrana Oarn.II, tie under
fourteen years old, until she bSOOnMS
trenty-one years oid. the testator wo
vtded for eight other truat fimda aggre
gating Itto.uon which ahall revert to hla
daughter In ,wse of the death of the
be-neftiilariee The residuary estate s
also dieted t he held In trust for the
The daughter Ls to receive the Income
of her life estate nfter she become
twenty-one years old until her death,
after which the various funds are to be
divided equally amoruf the two priests.
RESIDUE TO BE DISPOSED AS
PRIESTS MAY CHOOSE.
John Heydlcr. National
Mas Killed by Trala Kill Another
NEW BRCN8VV1CK, N. J.. Nov. 29.
An express train on the Pennsylvan a
at Planaboro to-day struck Michael Co
rona with terlflo force. Hia body
i cashed Into Tony Vengevengo, crusti
Ing In the side of the latter and kllllnic
'him Instantly. The men were section
associate, Isidore MehrbaCi, of No. 17
1(0,000 for the testator's friend and
asso lata. Peter Petal' son, of No. 202
l'Jaet one Hundred Htni Second street.
10 000 for his associate and friend.
James .H. Connelly, of the Drexel Arms
$r,o,000 tor hla friend and sssoclate.
William McKInty, of the Hotel Balti
more, Kansas city, Mo.
Tho exscutori of the will and the
trustees of the funds are the Rev.
lathers Koran, Frank Kramer, Louis
0. DsVall, Arthur J. Baldwin. The will
excludes the clergymen from receiving
pay for their administration of the es
tate, but gives the remaining executors
3 per cent, of all moneys received and
paid out by them, "for the reason that
tliey are umong my OlOMSl friends" and
because "I hold them In high regard
and 1 disire them to give to my estate
their beat attention."
"X attach no condition! as to Hit 'H
position to be made Of these funds by
them." declared the testator, referring
to the (WO Father lornn. "Knowing
their iitg-h Christian character and their
bene-volcnt in llnatlons, I know they
..til ,1. uneh Tiinneva to the t'tter-
(ii-iii ii( iii'."""'". - "j
1 m ti '- .. -
they give them such help aa In their
Judgment ta necessary, but I declare no
rust for their benefit."
The will cerated the following trust
. ,. ... iliinn. he
I iinuB. (ii ui' , i - -. .,
life of the beneficial ies:
120,000 for the testators niece, e.mnia i
and Third gtreot.
,50,nno for tlie testators nrot'ier, iv
lio.li I n .
3i nnn for Ms piece, verna Jioran,
of No. 2fi57 Balnhrldge avenue.
t .'0.000 for my faithful friend and
Have you been chasing
Stop groping for eye-glass
satisfaction it is right at your
elbow you'll find it in the
Optical House of M. H. Harris.
That is, if "complete satis
faction" means Eyeglass Ac
curacy, Perfect Service and Low
est Prices and a Guarantee
that if you're not entirely pleaded
you can have your money back.
arris Classes Cost $2 or more.
CoxivsX and 0rMaiu
(a Last 113rd be, near Fourth Avo,
C7 Went S4 th St., bet. 6th and 6th Aven,
64 Went 126th St., near Lenox Ava.
42 Columbus Ave., 81st and 82nd Sts.
TO Nassau St., near John St.
1009 Broadway, near Willo'by, BkJyn
489 Fulton St., opp. A. & S., Blclya
607 Broad St.. near Hahns's. Newark
I Fcr Your Teeth,
8 but D-
not Your Pali.te,
liRhtful Just the Some!
Special Price Inducements in
800 Pairs women's 1 clasp tan cape skin gloves,
regular 1.25 value, per pair, "
WOMEN'S high grade foreign anil domestic gloves,
attractively holiday boxed. vallMS to I. SO, for I.UU
6 pairs for 5.."0
MEN'S & WOMEN'S fur lined gloves, value 7.0!), at 4. SO
Other styles and malities in short gloves.
1.50 pair; 6 pairs for 8.25 2.00 pair; 6 pairs for H.25
Lonp; Gloves Finest Imported Kid Skin.
12-b., 1.75 pair ; 6for 10.00 1 lf-b-. 2.50 pair; 6 for 14.25
l2-b.,2.50 " 6 " 14.25 20-b., 2.75 " 6 15.00
ie-b.,2.00 " i" 11.25120 b 3.75 M 6 20.50
Men's Gloves, 1.00, 1.50 and 2.00 per pair.
6 pairs for 5.50, 8.25 and 11.25
A BOOM FOR SILBERSTEIN.
alain men it 1 Hi Hunt ILnlteeaH
rnmml,tlnnrrKhlp for Hint.
Altliftirh f'.ov.-eliM-t Sillier ha. e;lvrn
no tnllmatlnn if Ills I'tmlns appnint
mrnta anil Will not do ao until Jan. 1,
Sixth DtttflOl polttlelana ni a rimllilenl-
Iv bOOfS Infl Kmnnuel I. Sllheru'eln, a
i.'iwv-r, fur a rail '.i i oommlaslonrr
ship. T.U' illatrli t l lh 'mine nf Snm
I ilel S KoetWS, Itejwillllosw le irler. whose
i .i. r. it in ik. aaM sieeiinfi hi Mr. HII.
berstrln anj imvii linsnruSi Port TVar
iien. msrsi iii. Brsl Drmoorsiio rlotory
In Ketnll'a dtSlrlel in t years.
Mr lllierstelu a a. .j;ninteil lenittv
Attiirnev-H'"'1 In OTlObwl and .oee
eutad ele'-llon fraud. In the niSfrlft,
rnu n a Scon ol arra1.. V n, a'o,
when WIlMsm HulSsf .I", fron the
' SSiHl f BftCans "h t'l" east side. Hllb. i-
ItsMi satr-elv cut o ehprt IroilSSrSi
I inaiie speeches m 'i!t n,w"l and
I railed th.. "itoy Orator of I he Basl
Hide." He hnn tin :i; i-t nf MSer'1
old harkiTi. nnd Ihe rernnwnendstlon of
hiitii offlrtsls, Including Judas Warren
i w router. Befslof rn ember of the Couri
of (lenersl Heaslons of whom he i. n
nrotn-e and with whom he a.ao-
"l.ll- l for seven vejie. The DtllllKSTSjlMt
orf.nliatlon nf the sixth Mslrleti "f
wbii ti allvefsteln ii chslrsssn, h sr.
rani. 1 a formal rerjusst for -tliher-sieln
h appolntnietit to the BQflll m of
Rniir. .id Cemm nlonsr
f arrled Sio.mto la eilver r-rosa
West ni.ifi Home.
Til" iwlallal vllia nf ...., K. t..
re. PrVMetl of he Iielaware and
Hudson Railroad, on iiuiTia-e Mountsln,
v t OfsngSi sss snlered by barslsri
eiirh to-cliy ami rolilie.l ,,f llu.ona
worth nf silverware
There wna a Mfl ThanhSgil ln party
at the Tire. home last nlsht and It
after inldnlKht when th" aMie.ta d-
parted When the balls swiil into
tin- dlnlni n om thl. mnrnlna" he found
it sirlppsd of sesrjp sftleli or misa
Ttie Imralar. hid r'rme In tlirouah J
window and carried nut their loot nn
great .liver trara There were the
footmirlis of three men on the .now
nut. Id. the I n ine room wlmlow.
There WSN . viflrno,-e thai the
thieves had enme UP through th. ri
Ml roadway HMSflSJg to th. villa fmrn
lUeaeant avenue. West Ornnfe. li an
astomebils, Not a MSRd of tbs n
a. Ion heard hy any of the DOCS'
p.m. of the hOttSS Many of the pleess
nf st!i rwnre stolen wrre ol, fun,v
An army of men wear
Young Hats. The
army is growing
and there are never
Derbies and Soft Hals, $3 fr $4.
TT SoliH-t your Christmas piano or
pUyCT NOW. Upon the pay
Jl nmt f a dollars, tbeiMtnuritiii
you st'lcct will be held for delivery, if
you wish, until Christnai week. In
the meantime, yon may make your
weekly payment! or wait until the
piano II delivered as you prefer.
T In New York's i Shopping Center sf
0 NeillAdams Co.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Sireet
ffVi To-ii i tf Iii , to-morrow (ttatiirday) evening
11 a ml Monday STesiiMa Dee, "iit. our Piano
Jjnnrl Vletroll departments SfS remaining
open until B.M o'awek, TMs i' done for
the convenience snd at Ihs pmossI of msny
who finl it difflevll to cone in durins the lay.
ome to the lltli vrniie and iind Street en
trance ONLY I Isk i r titon to the th floor.
Time's lip Monday the sale ends
I Any order for a piano or player-
J piano, accompanied hy the initial
fan i ii i is payment of Five dollars, and
gjsg plttced before the close of business .rtaalsa'aw
jt"" T Monday iiilt, will be filled and
3 delivered immediately upon its -
Ight. lit), by stone M tCarrlck, Ins
THE SALE is not closing without everyone having a
fair opportunity to take advantage of it. If we had
restricted the sale strictly to the number originally ar
ranged for the sale would now he a matter of history.
We decided upon a definite closing day, which is
Monday 9.30 o'clock in the evening.
Thus any order received for one ox the pianos or one of
the player-pianos up to Monday at the close of business
will he filled.
These orders will he numbered as they ire received and
filled and delivered in the order received.
Those whocan call may select the style they wish from the
i instruments on our floors, which aresotftf hut not delivered.
Those who cannot visit our warerooms can order easily
and intelligently from our Book of Photographs, which
we will gladly mail, if request is made immediately.
The initial payment of Eive dollars must accompany all
orders whether left at the store or sent in hy mail. All orders
will he accepted and filled subject to all conditions of sale
even to the delivery of the instrument into your home upon
the first payment of Five dollars and giving you your
money back at the end of a 30 days' trial if you wish it.
Also all orders will be held subject to delivery at a time
convenient to you even up to Christmas or New Year.
Copyriifht. till) hy atone M.i'irrlck. Inc.
SALES MAY come and sales may go hut we know
POSITIVELY that no piano sale has ever been the
success of this. Pianos are things you do not buy every
day. You buy one in your lifetime; maybe two. Pianos
represent a considerable investment. We can furnish a
whole house for you very comfortably for the price of a
single piano. So, when we tell you that there were days
during this sale when we could not wait on our customers,
you can then appreciate the stupendous "go" to this sale.
It was the plan that did it.
It was co-operation we co-operating with the manufac
turers direct; the customer co-operating in turn with us.
The prices were low; extremely low.
The terms were easy. Any one could meet them.
And the guarantee (which we called our Bond of Con
fidence), and the half dozen or more unusual conditions
of sale made altogether the most liberal proposition upon
which any goods were ever sold.
And the public saw WW and simply "flocked" in to
take advantage of it.
The sale is closing two weeks earlier than we expected
and even then we have been obliged to provide for more
instruments than it was our original intention to sen.
'I lie value i I the piano is $K0, Th Co-operation
: lite is $848.76. The value f the player-piano is
K530, The Co-operation price is $A95.
blither the piano or piuyer-piano will I" delivered
upon receipt nf the initial payment of $.. If you
order a piano, your payments will be week
no more. If you order a player-piano your pay
ments will In- A' a week no more.
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MOpyrlfht llM- by Htotn A iii ' Hi-rlck, Ino.