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EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER It , If ft.
IN NiGHT GOWN TO
i M i
So Says Mrs. H. V. Johns in
Suit for Separation and
Detailed MTMUVM of how no was
eJhasMl out of htf own borne at Arrls-Ii-on-the-Hulnn,
ones In evenlns;
u" and one In her nlirlit ilothea, .ire
included In the accusations made ly
Mm. Katharine H. Johna In her ault
tor a separation from Henry Ward
Johna. aon of the founder of MM
H. W. Johna-Manvllla Company. The
on ouoceeded hla father aa head of
ootnpany. but retired five years
Mm Johna la asking for- linn a
saonth alimony an1 $500 counsel fees,
or husband, when that motion waa
toouirM before Supreme Court Juatloe
MaCall, aaked that the proceedings be
Ssanaferred to Westohester County.
Mm. Johna consented and the case waa
toanaferred without a hearing on the
The first allegation la dramatic. Ac
cording to Mra. Johns's complaint the
trouble atarted when ahe aaked for
ar fare to come to New York, flhe
ay Mr. Johns refused her the money,
Mil oald. "I will give you t'lls," where
nun be struck her In the face with
ana flat, knocking her down.
Naxt day, ahe alleges, ahe aaked him
aajtain If aha could come to New York
aaad he picked up an Iron toy, threat
ening to "brain her" with It. Rhe
looped out of a window, attired In an
awenlng drees, hs declares, and Mr.
Johns directed the servants to lock
sill doors. When ahe tried to get back
Into the bouse through the servanta
ntranoe ahe waa mocked by the do
Bestloa, she add.
Pound refuge in coal bin
till he relented.
Her story concludes with a statement
Aat sha found refuge In a cellar bin.
Where she remained until one of the i
orvanU discovered her. The servant
It la ststed, Informed Mr. Johna. who 1
then permitted her to go upstairs. Tha
alleged incident occurred two years ago.
H r complaint assorts that during the
winti-r of 1912 her husband's "cruelty ,
and oppren ...a pasted all bounds." Rhe 1
then recites the detail of another fflKht
from home to escape her husband -n ,
July last. That fltory, aa told In her ;
petition, la: ;
Mr. Johns, Informing: her that a report
waa In circulation that he had beaten '
her, demanded that ahe write to her
friends denying It She asked for time
to cons.der his demand. When he cam'
In oome hours la;er he "Hew at her,"
wa.it.ng to know what she was going
to do. She ran from the house In he.'
nloht gown, screaming, and was taken
1b by her sister, who lived in the neigh
borhood. After that, Mrs. John says, she was
afraid to live In the same house with
nor huaband and went to Greenwich,
Conn., where she endeavored to regain
fihe charges that last winter her hua
band would not permit her to have he.r
;.l not le. her
th himself and
the children, that he drank cocktaiU
and hlghballo In the presence of the
etklldren and that he gave dinners to
inon, which he would foroa her to SP
tand and whereat he would drink and
HE 18 WORTH MUCH MONEY,
Mr and Mrs. Johns were married In
Brooklyn in IMS. and have two ch'ldren,
H- W. Johna Jr. and Ward Hitchcock
Johns. Mr Johns values h'.s A rdsley
atate at ITS. 000, aho says, and his atnek
In the H. W. Johna-Manvllle I '.mipanjr
brought him 1126,000. She thinks he still
gels a revenue from the DompoJIy for
the use of his name.
His Investments lncluds United A tates
tool Corporation I took and stonj; In
the Yellow Taxi ah Company, of VAilch
bo waa one of the founders. Mra Johns
yo ho owns, bes dm the secur.i
nsuned, valuable bong Island propel ty
and mortgages on YVestche&tor County
lands. Ho Is Insured for f!5,000, ac
cording to the wtfs.
Mr. Johns's father had matrimonial
troubles and after his death hla widow
sued the estate for back alimony. The
Court of Appeals denied her claim on
the ground that the right to collect
alimony oeaaes with the death of the
parson against whom the alimony de-
in her roooj he wouh
aat at the fcU with
SANTA CLAUS' RECEPTION DAY IN T0YLAND TO-MORROW, SATURDAY
Every boy or girl accompanied by an adult who visits our Big Toy Store The best toys from all over the world at the lowest possible prices are the
to-morrow will receive a pretty picture book as a souvenir of the visit. greatest attractions of this greatly enlarged Toy Shop.
or af-l ft fin fWlsT O Kl PsPfll ITA .jtwsBBB I jm a aTal 1 aat an t o
ILL liK IKIliMtK 1U
Send Money Abroad
to relatives and friends for
the Holidays through our
We draft money order
and sell foreign money
for all European countries.
Drafts on Ireland
ore n specialty here.
Advance shopping for the
Holidays means economy as
well as comfort for you at
BLOOM I NOD ALES'. Spe
cial price offerings in holiday
goods will be made daily until
Lexington to 3d Avenue
59th to 60th Street
Books of Plays
Now Ueina pro-
.1 ii ..I In New Vi.rk.
Bella Donna ....44c
Little Women 95c
Butterfly on Wheel ...11.38
Daughter of Heaven. . .$1.25
Julius Caesar 15c to 55c
B Atore, Mala Finn. M.fl Oraera Pllla.
See Oor 3d Ave. Window
For Wonderful Two
Hour Offering of
Handbags at 69c
From 1 to 3 o'Clock
Every Pair of Men's Shoes
in Our Stock Reduced!!
The Bloomingdale Shoe Store for men is the home where
style and economy are a happy combination. You will always
find the newest styles here at prices of great interest to you.
To-morrow, Saturday, we will hold a special reduction sale, de
signed to bring an unusually large number of men to the store.
Every pair in our stock is included. None reserved. No mail or
phone orders will be filled. Values range as follows:
All our Men's $2.60 Shoes, Saturday, at $1.95
All our Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes, Saturday, at. .$2.45
All our Men's $4.00 Shoes, Saturday, at $3.25
All our Men's $5.00 Shoes, Saturday, at $3.95
BloosalafMas'. Benonl floor. 80th St Bsrtioa.
Better Grades oi Root's Q
Underwear lor Men . . . ioC
The merit of Root's Underwear is known to all.
This sale includes Root's Hygienic Gray Natural Wool
Shirts and Drawers. Not more than three suits to a
customer and no mail orders. mrl
Men's Silk Hall Hose at 17c
This is not regular 1 7c Half Hose by any means, but a splendid
variety of the heavy, sure-to-wear-well Half Hose at a special
price. They have linen splicing, which doubles the durability.
Large variety of colorings and black to choose from.
Men's Lisle Half Hose Very Special at 121 c
These sock were made to sell for 25c, but were refused admittance as
"firsts" because of slight mill faults, which in no way Impair their usefulness;
therefore the reduction price. Linen heels and toes, all colon and black.
To-Morrow a Wonderful Sale of
Men's and Youths' $15 and p a
$18 Suits and Overcoats at IV
have caused more suffering anions
men and women than any other elm -rosethclmman
system is subject to.
If the; kidneys or liver are out of
order, a (reneral run-down feeling is
tho result. Ambition Is lacking,
indices lion ami uer ouaiiess are ever
present. Avoid complications that
may develop into liritflit's Disease,
liegin at once to use
Warner's Safe Kidney
ant! LiV-r Remedy
the tried and trti remedy for kid
ney and liver troubles.
If taken in time you'll satire an
Immediate improvement, which will
0 continue wun us use. uce a uoitie
from your druggist today.
EACH I OR A PURPOSE
I Kidney and l.iftr R.me4
8 Rheumetie Remedy
S Diabete. Remade
4 A.lhme Remedy
6 - Nervine
- phi. I fiSMsJoMoa
O rule (, Blllou,e,e
SOLD BV ALL DKUUOISTS
Write for a free .ample n wins the num.-
tor as remedy deelred to
W severe Sale Kemedie, -.
Racbeetar, re. T.
All the serviceable and stylish winter
models are included in this sale. The values
are the most important of the season. If
you are interested in getting the best cloth
ing ten dollars will buy, attend this sale to
morrow. Included are:
Sizes IS to 22 years for Youths
and 33 to 46 chest for Men.
Bluo Serges, plain
Fancy Worsted J
-B I.OO Ml NO n A I. K H'
Black Thibet and
All the new Eng
lish and conserva
Black and gray
Belted back overcoats.
Self or velvet collars.
Berorxt VToul, SOU) rtt HsuMoa.
A Special Saturday Sale of 2,030
Boys $7.00 Winter Suits d m nr
and Overcoats at . . v'i.ifjl
This is where the boys get the styles they want and
parents will be pleased to buy them.
Boys' Double Breasted Suits
With extra pair of Knickerbocker
trousers. Made of corduroys and fancy
cheviot of splendid duality in sizes 7
to 17 years. Norfolk and
double breasted models; at.
Boys' Russian nnd Sailor Suits, made
of blue serge nnd fancy chev
iot in sizes 2 4 to 10 years. C J. QC
Very special values at kj) ll.vJO
Little Boys' Overcoats, made of blue
and gray chinchilla, fancy cheviot and
blue kersey; the latest fall
models; sixes 2,V to 10 yoars.
Qood, snug, warm little gur- CA QP
Big Boys' Overcoats, made of fancy chev
iot with convertible collar
and belted backs; sizes 8 to
17 years, at
Bovs 59c Flannel
Blouses al 38c
Flannel blouses in gray and
blue, also Eden cloth In light
shades; sizes 6 to IS years.
Boys' $3.00 Beaver
Hals at $1.88
All the new modes In tan,
green, red and blue. Very
special values at the price.
SOOOai nose. 00th St. Section.
Chitton Blouses at $3.98
There is that about
this new lot of Chiffon
Blouses that distinguish
es them from any collec
tion we or any other
store has here
tofore shown at
For example, the fronts at
these Blouses are elaborately
hand embroidered, they have
smart vesteeo of colored silk
trimmed with buttons, jabots
of lace and collars of figured
net. In addition, a panel of
net ornaments the centre.
Sleeves are finished with col
ored silk and net frill.
May be bad in new oor
Also In black, at $3.98
Women's Neckwear & Veilings
Not only the are atvleo new. but the Drices. too, are interestingly new. I"
the array you wil nnd jabots, pleating!, scarfs, stock collars and In ifact all
tne lateot shapes and conceits for lovers of pretty necK nxingt. ror ""
Largo Honing i.uscaaa janois mu
be very popular with laydown silk
collars and lace Cascades; OQ
very special JkJ C
Shadow Luce rioatlnga, nurrow
and medium widths; for to-morrow
we offer the 25c kinds at, per "I Q
A Lac Jabot in net with ecru shadow
lace edge, the Imperial shape;
our very special sale price Pft
will be OU C
Crepe de Chine Scarfs that are 2
yards long, made of our own choice
silks, will be found especially QO
interesting; all color UJOf
New Veils from Paris, Lyons and Calais
They include new meshes, dots and figured shallow designs. These are
our own new importations and are prettier than ever. It will pay you to rome
to Bioomine-dales' to-morrow to see these fasnlonaDM ve-inum. J"" " "
Dainty Cobweb Weaves, in pretty
veilings, white, shadow and Shet
land effect; per On PA
yd . &OC and OUC
Fancy Mesh Veilings, black and
brown, in a wide variety of Q
weaves; per yord KJ t
Mads-Up Veils, ih yarJ ''"
and extra wlilr; iretty ele-iiKtis
in blink, white and magpie. The
favorite Georgette design is here
t.w Th'se are cer
tainly splendid oner- c'-i u
. . V.' I . 1U
enrh. . .
A Clearance of Palms, Ferns, etc
To Make Room for Christmas Plants:
10,000 Table Ferns Pino for fern
dish filling. Not more than 12 to
customer. Reg. sold for 6c
and 8 c, at
Large- Boston Kerns and Scott I Kerns Bearing 00 to 75 loaves; Rubber
Plants, 3 to 4 feet high; Variegated Cracaenat, Kentia and Eureka i,Ur
Palms; regularly $1.25 to $2.00, at (K7I
English Ivy Pino bushy
to 4 feet high. Kegu
for 30c and 4c, at, "J Q q
eTAllePli'DT In our Greenhouses
vv.iva.na on lhe
2 to 3.30 and 4.00 to 5.30
P. M. A special programme.
CPFriAl In our Oroenhouses
OrKtlAL tht roof
Ophlopogon Plants, that regu
lurly sell for 39c and 49c each, will
be sold to any customer muklng a
pun hnsr in any part of the ntore,
on payment of 3c. To secure one,
present the voucher or sales tirUat.
Our Cut Flower Shop As usual, we shejw a very large stejek of Fresh Cut
Flowers in season at a saving o' ' ;J to on pries elsewhere.
Artificial Floral Designs our sptcialty, at $1.00 and up.
III I)U1N(III KS
For To-morrow Only:
Women's Gold $C AA
Watches at 9,ww
This is a wonderful offering,
anticipate Xmas gift giving?
makes it worth while.
The watches are small gold open face style with
plain polished cases for mono
gram, which we will engrave
without additional charge.
They are fitted with reliable
jewelled imported movements
that will keep accurate time.
Our price to- Cjp AA
morrow, at LpO.UU
Dlhrr watch f for gifti in mxry nw ityl
and worthy motemimt .
Mala in oor. Centre.
ii i oeiM I vein w.rjv "
Women's, Misses' and Junior Coats
Worth No Less Than $12.75
There is no doubt that these coats will
leave us in double-quick time, for an
offering of this kind makes the strongest
kind of an appeal to every woman.
So, come in early.
This great Coat list comprises:
Montagnac Cloth Coats, made in
tourist, auto and Johnny styles.
Mixture Coats, made in Johnny and
the very popular belted styles.
Boucle Coats; beaver velvet collars.
Plaid Back Johnny Coats, elegantly
made and bound with braid.
Other Coats, in chinchillas, cheviots,
mixtures and all in very appropriate
and fashionable styles. Sizes 14 to 42
for women and misses; 13 to 19 years
Women's and Misses' Coats
Worth up to H7.00 at '12.75
Made in high-grade cloths, chinchillas, boucles,
mUtu.-ei, English and Scotch tweeds, broadcloths,
etc., etc., in effective Johnny, tourist and topcoat
Styles. Second Floor.
A Sale oi Girls' All Wool Dresses at $2.87
A Bloomingdale Saturday offering that wise mothers will be quick to appreciate.
1 11C price IS cousien-iiiuiy ijiiuw uic ue-eucii vuiuc e)i 111c
dresses. They arc splendidly made in two toned whip
cords with box pleat front and suilor collar of cloth in con
trasting colors. Tlu y are trimmed with braid and pearl
buttons and have leatlier belt, There arc also many
all wool serge dresses, trimmed with velvet and buttons
on front of waist. Sizes 6 to 14 years.
""V Intermediate Dressts of All Wool cr nty
V Serfte in Several Pretty Styles, at 00.01
Some with check effect revcr on waist and cloth trim-
on sleeves; others with buttons and silk loops on
. Skirts made in new models. Sizes 12,14,16 years.
9 14.08 $8.87 iT2.87l
Little Girls' Dresses of Fine All Wool
Serge and All Wool Shepherd Checks
at $2.98. $3.98 . $4.98
A Splendid Variety of New Styles, with French Waists.
Box, Russian and Middy Styles, all differently and
effectively trimmed. Sizes 2, 3, 4 and 5 years.
Girls' Shepherd Check Dresses
A remarkab.e extra special. Cejllar and cuff and rover on wnitt
of solid color muteriul, fold on waist and rever gn n jj
trimmed with buttons. Sires 6 to 14 years, at I.tCS
Juniors' $10 to $16 2 & 3 Piece iailor-Made Suits, at $4.98 & $6.98
Mori of nil ureal uraaa diagonals and whipcords, and several models Inlight and dsVkmil-
A TIMELY PURCHASE,
and 17 years.
resulting in an
New Fur and Fur Trimmed Hals
Regular $6.50 Values al $3.75
Special Inducements for
Saturday on Our Second Floor
All the latest styles in the newest
furs in seal, skunk, mole and many
other furs, with plush and velvet
combinations; in the small, snappy
cap with ribbon loops, fur motifs,
ears and flower trim. Others in
velvet and plush, medium size
turn brims, soft crowns with fur
bands, finished with up - to - date
trimming. Kegular $b.5u values;
on sale, Saturday $
Main Floor Specials for Saturday : Beaver Hals
Beaver Hats have come into their own again and are now
just as popular as they ever were. We anticipated this demand for
the beaver hat and are prepared to offer you a most wonderful
assortment, purchased at current market prices.
We arc showing 1 2 styles in outing sailors, medium and $ Q C
large picture hats, $3.45 and $4.45 values, Saturday. UsCf W
New Kid Gloves at 89c
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
They are wonh considerably more. They arts aample
gloves from a prominent maker. Included are C.peakin
,v.. ,i a..Vj. niauH in 2-clau style. There are all
i it .,!. r,ri in nil the new khaeiee. The maker's
name, which will be found in every pair, it in itself a guaran
tee of satisfactory service.
Women's 2 - Clasp
Glace Kid Gloves, 64c.
White, black and tan.
All perfect fit, and de
Women's White Kid
length, to reach well
above the elbow.
Women's Silk Stockings, 49c
Full fashioned in black, white and ttn, made
6f splendid quality silk thread; medium weight
Spliced heels, cotton soles, garter tops.
Other M liockingi for uomn, at $1.19 to H.98.
Our $6.50 'Imperator'
Travelling Bags, $4.97
A l.uppy OOmbllilfctlttS or bUUf tnd
(jiallty. made of t hr. h - plr e. wU le In
In. 1A. 17 Inl IS Inrh A ruonv
v.-it built, rtfloed type, look like 1 1 o Cm
n'tffi. aiaan om. lowrnne, wen
rlvetad coverii rramea. I either llnln
fnl! lenvtb pallet, iswfd Dfl corn'-t
lock aid utmnilnffa and laatn
21 Inch Oitilde Suit Gates nt the
samp low rr'ce, 4.7.
Other lsaas and Suit Cases . t
$2.4 tO $32,150. Xfklo floor
Tumblers, 6 tor 49c
Engraved by hand
with your initial
6 plain tumblers
Our China Store
offers many attractive values in nut.
of beauty and utility. Special ear
Xmaa shopping inducements f
$3 Soil Top Mattresses
Spec in lor $jj QQ
Salurday, at l.JO
CompUlc with mattress. Can be
iseel for couch ordouble bed. Regu
in 'mill m.i, m ,.s
f oor $1.25
Erect piU velvet hats. The hat for
street, dress and evening wear. IS
tunics, lurge and
(Hum aiies. Alwuys
for$J. On Main V
We h.ivc lieen able to purch.ise 500
doien itnported wings and ostrich fan
cies. Qood assortment ut
colors and plenty eifbl.ick.
$1 25 values. M iinFl oor
Villa Kl'lur. lei. A... S.ilUB.
I' rn. .... c:
Foot A;ches, pr.jjJJC
Relieve tired and aching leet and
suppiwt fullf-n urches.
Our siior An tics are Ccrman Silver,
lieuvily 1 l.itr.l, und r.o
matter whether you
pay $1 .jo or $2.5') you
will gat nothing more
Kerrr pair bean, tlie name rl BlouDi-
bisiUir ami ilmt i our gaaraalss.
MaSs la sll
e'Mi'li a. H"t'
tie uf shot
onlers ri.ie.,1 sn I eeni to snr pare
baltsa Beat., for 1 Oo eltra.
I. in the NoUoa p.pertrn.nt onlr
Women's Superior Cotton
Lisle & eSSi Stockings, 19c
This is the remainder of our pun-ha-ie from the
A. 13. Andrews Company. The values of the
ItfrCkinfl range uu to 50c. They arc re.jular
sizes in t.lnok, tan and colors. Min Kioot.
SBBSaS 111 IX. MIM, 1 1 ., e e
Fresh Meat Specials:
Young Tom Turkeys, fresh and juicy, lb. . .22c
K aating Cbicktnii ipccisvli lb 20c
Fresh Fowls, big value, lb 16c
Legs of Spring Lamb, lb 16
Lcirs of Canada Lamb, lb 11
Koust Ucef. choice, tender, lb If
Sugar Cured Hams, special, lb 16
Forctjuarter of Spring Lamb, lb 10
lEaty to IHi from Aiiyitfitro -BLOOMING DALES', Ln to M Awe.. 5BtH to 60th Stp