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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1912.
HUSBAND WENT UP
AND FOUND WIFE
She Was In Man's Apartment
and Wore Man's Bathrobe,
He Says, but Was Alone.
SHE CALLED HIM RUDE.
Hoboken Contractor Sues for
1 )ivorce, Wife Files Counter
Action in Jersey City.
nothing to apeak of but a mm. a bath
robe. "Why, Charlie," he any ah cr!1.
"how you frightened me. I don't tiiln
It I very irentletnanly of yon to esjBSt
Into th apartment thla way."
Mr. Carliart Ignored her atilrtur.
upon hla rnHniiTg ... l-tiani1e.1 to know
irho It waa -who had Juat rone down the
"I haven't Mia slightest Idea," repld
Mra. I'm i. itt. "certainly no one line
Mra. OHtM taa 'lied with hnr coun
ter ault an afllilavlt to the n. tha'
Mr. Keen waa In Florida the nlchl In
question. Mr. Keenn supplement In r af
fidavit with another, bum. alatliiK he waa
In the Flower Hlate the night the diitnh
walter became a, piiaaenaer conveyance.
He adda that during hie MMM Mra.
(.'aMiart waa employed ut ; a monti.
to take oar of hla apartment.
"She had departed when I fot buck,'
Mra. Carhart allegea her huahaml
locked her out of her lloboken horn..
r ago and a he la now a atei : .
earning 111 a week and living al No. L:l
West Heventy-aecon.l atrret, Manhattan.
Her husband refuaca to let her a their
three-year-old aon, Htewart, ahe aaya.
Vlce-Uhancnllor Hlevenaon baa algne.l
an order directing Cernart to U t the
mother aea the child once a week until h
final dear la rendered In the dlvoice
SIX WHO PLEADED
GUILTY 10 FELONIES
ARE SENT TO PRISON
old, pwadad gnllty to grana larceny.
Mole ".' Ii i I op oyer Tilled offense.
Mtata PrlS It l0 je.ra Hi. I fir' O
RPr IN CATHOLIC CHURCH.
si. 1 1 1 1 of erl Similar MlMMl
Ilallroed rompany. will not ic e!ve
tJu.ono a year pension wh h ha would
Iihn. in evil had ha etayod in the i -
vie of the road nut. I May t, lillt, At
Hi .1 i..ie he . II h. sixty-live y ir- old,
ih n"e when employee .f ihe I 'can.
aytvanta ura Slloead to rellri on pen
I i 'liJr'
A dumbwaiter aa a paaaangsr convey
aj flgurea prominently In the ault for
dlvorea Wad by Charlea C. Carhart. a
llohokrn contractor, against Mra. Dra
Mar Yeomana Carhart. who ta young
and prepoaaaaatag. atha haa a counter
MM pandlng before V!ce-7hanellor aUa
enaon In Jeraey City.
The dumbwaiter la In an apartment
houae at No. 121 Clermont avenue, Man
hattan. William it. Kecne, a wealthy
hardware merchant, who haa a atore In
Chamber street, occuplea an apartment
in that building, and the dumhwaltar
ehaft opena In hla home, which la on th
tinman Prleat Becoaiee Plptaeopallan
Tha Kev. William Walih, until re
j ccntly a Koman CathoBi; prleat, baa
: heen received aa a clergyman of th
I'rotcalant Episcopal Church by lllahop
I Ureer. Tha formal reoeptlon waa Nov,
Ik In the chapel nt tbe Iiloceaan lloiiao,
I No. 41 lfette avenue? the om -ial
I witnesses being Canon Unurgo F. NhI
' eon and Ihe ltv. Wlllliim Walker Hmlth.
The Itcv. Mr. Welsh la engaged In
Chautaii'M lecture work. He haa been
I ! . lav reader In the llnlecnnal Muf ti
alnce laat May. Ida name apepars In
Ihe Catholic Directory for 1911 at No.
416 Weat Fifty-ninth atreet. the l'nullat
Fire dratn yed pnrt of Ihe rear of the
luif-li of Ml 1'hltlp of N. tl. nl Villa
lie and Two llitnlrel mil Second
. I street, the llmnx, early t.wl.iv. The lire
One a Woman Burglar WHO started ia . ,. unut tehooi room be
neath the i tinned. Th!' prt of lh"
lehWMh la newlv built nrd all nt per
Mian.nily OOMlmetdd. II hurried eric-
t Ion h' a ' t i ... i 1 1 1 s ' w nr..
oSjS tiecau of the rapid arn villi of the
( '.itiKregutb.u ftftaff Fat er DMaM Jlurke
While tha Bl amajfl were trying to aave
tho Chancel Pa the f Congrsdei Pathef
lluike'a lis ' nil. went t.. t e front of
the i hnr.'h :.t..l wit. Im n 11 ti.-ti t .li.naer ..f
ji.t.t. v, 1 1 lI. .. aathaead ni, tha mnaMitati I '
easel cnnlHiiiln the "i ! ntr.euta nnd
took them t.i a place of aafcty. The
lianod wiia 1 00 rQ had uiid damaicd h.v
amoko and wa'er. The Sunday echojl
POOMI waa arret I ed. Tbe loaa It $10,000.
HIT prlBi.nera. five men and a woin
iii. nil of whtm had BtaeVjed guilty to
felonlea, were dlapoaed of yeaterday
ihe Court of (leneral Ke'ilona
Judge Foater and Sw.inn.
Tho penaltlee lmpoaed ware aa fol
lowe: BY JUDGE FOSTER.
Joaeph Feerentbom. thirty-one yeara
old. pleaded rullty PB grand larceny.
tflole diamond ring from roommite. .
Flret offenaa Penitentiary, two
ana MWP. . twenty-four yeara
old, nugrewa, pleode.1 guilty to Iwrg-
lary. Fom ed entiance Into f In t and I
MM allk dram Flrat iffena. Ile.lford I
Wllllum llenty Maaon. twenty-fonir
yenra old, plinded anility to burglary.
Flrat olTeiiaa Flmlra Iteformatory.
Clarence II. WhaUin, nlnelein yiara
old, pleaded Kullty to grand lar
ceny, rttole t'i worth of property fi.wn
landlady. Flrat HMN Klinlra Ite
formatory. BY JUDGE SWAN N.
Alfied Trant.T, twenty-four yeara
old, plead1 guilty to forgery. Forged
mployer'a name to three check. Flrat i
offena. HMMrn Itcr.irinaiory.
Alexander Flaher, twenty-al yeara
Get I his For Colds
I'rca.- riiitlrn for ra(lvr HrnlteV
lnti't Krrlirftl .
Mrf rrm NfflNll $20,M0 I'm. Ion.
MgM4 a ftrH w( k iico, .Lin MoOrA
fo-mfrly gfrtafidMt of the I'ennflylvanib
' Wrfm jr our drufirlKt nt two ounrag of
01yrrln nn.l half an MAM of Otnh fin.
( '(..opdurnl ( Concent r:i ted Vn ) . Take
th two ' " .r r f ii i ? 1 1 hontr ond put them
Into a nir pint of k i whlakey. Hhftk
well, Tnke on to two ti tiMpoonfulu mUrr
encri mcnl and at ledtlmr. Hrnallnr donet
If i hil'lren, nccordlnfcr to (Ce.' Th!e 1
ald to ba tha qutckeit coiiRh and cold
i urn kno.vn to the medical pr-'fewlon. ;
It pi eure It KM only th K'nuln Olnha '
I'lnt (''impound j Com ant rated Tin i .
Kf h hul f ounce tint tie corn en In a tin
e' rw I ip ot'filed rane. If our dru vaM
l out of atock he will quickly g-t it
from hi whitaaala houae. Tion't fool
with umertaln mliturrR. It la rlaky.
la it druKfflata ray thnt for tha paat tlx
yaara thla haa had a wonderful damand.
Sore Feet Corn, rallou. Bun
lone, Froat llltee. Aching and Pweaty
Keet. A pionfifl of Oaleeld In th foot
hnHi ri - Inxant relief, net a Sa hex
at any drug etore. Advt.
Mr. Carhart allegea that on the night
i f M.iy a if, be and aeveral datectlvea
were lingering round the Clermont
.rttneiit houae to aee what they could
While they lingered and looked, he
BaySt (he face of a man now and then
appeared at a window In tho ICeene
.jartment The man would peer out
i Bd '.hi n leave the window. Mr. Carhart
llilnka the fellow at tbe window aaw
hint fcnd hla detective oompanluna In the
i tpaal beiow.
After ii wait of aeveral I. jura. Ihe hue
band aaya. f, man emerged from till
taejent of tbe building, and the Idea
Hi, had through Mr. Carhart'a mind at
MM that the man bad deacanded to the
baaement via the aejgafcwalter. Who tbe
u.an wne or what he looked like Mr.
I'arhart can not eay, aa the ahy fellow I
kept hla coat collar turned up and hla
hat pulled down over hla eyre.
HE WENT UP AND -POUND MRS.
It occurrid to Mr. Carhart that If a
man cuuld Jcacend la Me dumbwaiter
on. .1-1 alro go up. He tried It and
landed In the Keene apartment, where,
he aaya, he found Mra Carhart wltb hair
nanglng dawn ber back and clad In
DON'T PULL OUT THE GRAY HAIRS;
A SIMPLE REMEDY RESTORES COLOR
Darkens tho Hair, Stop
Dandruff, Falling Hair
ami Itching Scalp.
"Pull nut one gray huir nnd a floien
will take ita place' ia an old Baying1
which Itt tn a great extent, true, if no
atepa are taken tn atop the eatiar. When
gray haira appear it ia a aign that Na
ture nrrda aaaiatance. It ia Nature'
call (or help. (ray hair, dull, lifelrvi
hair, or hnir that ia falling out, ia not
necessarily a aign of advancing age, for
there are thousands of elderly people
with perfect hrada of hair without a
ingle ateak of gray.
When gray haira come, or when the
hair ecrm to he lifelraa or dead, aome
good, reliable hair restoring treatment
ahould be resorted to at once. Special
ist aay that one of the Iwat pretiara- j
tiona to uae ia the old-fashioned 'gaga
tea" which our grandparent used The
let nrroaralion of this kind i Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a prep
aration of domestic age and palphur,
scientifically compounded with later illt
covered hair tonics and stimulants, the
v hole mid. ire being carefully balanced
and tested by Mpgflm
Wyelh'a Safe and Sulphur U clean nnd
wholesome and perfectly harmlraa. It
refreshes dry, parched hair, removes
dandruff and gradually restores faded
or gray hair to its natural color.
Don't delay another minute. Start
uaing Wyeth a Sage and Sulphur at
once and aee what a difference a few
days' treatment will make in your hair.
Thla preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cent a bottle, and is
recommended and aold by all druggists.
A Record Making
Ovetcoat and Suit Sale
A Sale with which it U our purpose to make December, 19 W, n record breaker
jn the FIVE LIVE, BUSY MULL STORES, nnd which shall serve as a glorious
windup to a splendid year's business, and a noteworthy beginning of our 'iOth
year, which we intend to make the very biggest in our history, by giving the
very Biggest Values we have ever given and here's an example:
15, H8 & s20 Overcoats & Suits
$20 Gray Miiture 0 vercoaU
$20 Brown. Miiture Overcoat
$15 Black Kersey Orercoate
$i8 Doable-Breasted O'coats
$18 Belted Back Overcoats
$15 Oxford Gray Overcoats
$15 Fancy Mixture O'coats
$15 Fancy Back Overcoats
$20 Single-Breasted Overcoats
$18 Gray Kersey Overcoats
$15 Button Through Overcoats
$15 Fly-Front Overcoats
$20 Chesterfield Overcoats
$20 Ulster Model Overcoats
$20 Dark Mixture SuiU
$18 Worsted SuiU
$15 Cheviot SuiU
$18 Fancy Mixture SuiU
$15 Blue Serge SuiU
$18 Brown Mixture SuiU
$20 Gray Mixture SuiU
20, $25 & $30 Overcoats & Suits
$25 Chinchilla OvercoaU
$30 Gray Mixture 0 vercoaU
$20 Gray Kersey 0 vercoaU
$30 Bt. ;d Back 0 vercoaU
$25 Plaid Back OvercoaU
$25 Brown Mixture OvercoaU
$25 Patch Pocket OvercoaU
$25 Split Sleeve OvercoaU
$30 Heather Mixture OvercoaU
$20 Black Kersey OvercoaU
$25 Button Through OvercoaU
$25 Fly-Front OvercoaU
$30 Double-Breasted OvercoaU
$25 Single-Breasted OvercoaU
$30 Gray Mixture SuiU
$25 Blue Serge SuiU
$25 Cassimere SuiU
$20 Fancy Blue SuiU
$25 Dark Mixture SuiU
$25 English Model SuiU
$30 Heather Mixture SuiU
279 Broadway, near Chambers St.
llaioa Sfluare, 14th St, aear B'way 47 Cortlaadt St., oear Greenwich St.
. laOth Street, Comer Third Avenue i)pen Evenings
i 8 i
The MEISTER Piano
is the best piano in the world at
$175. If it was sold through dealers it would
cost you at least $275. vBut it is manufactured and
sold only by Rothschild & Company and it goes to you less
the dealer's usual profit of $100 or more.
The IVl EISTER is magnificently
made of the very finest materials it is possible
to secure. Hence we
are able to guarantee it for
ten years and make the
guarantee count for some
thing. Try the MEISTER.
for 30 days in your own
home and hear how it
sounds and BN howit looks.
That is the Lost and most
sincere test in the world.
If you find that it meets
your expectations wc will
sell it to you on thesu terms:
$1 a Week or $5 a Month
No Interest on the Deferred Payment j
No extras of any sort.
Piano stool and scarf free.
; No cash payment down.
Other Gradme of Meister Pianos from $195 to $350
88 NOTE PLA YER PIANOS from $345 Upward
TERMS: J2.00 Per Week No interest.
WE PAY THE FREIGHT ANYWHERE
SUM) FOR OL'R FKEB PIANO BOOK
Rothschild & Company
MEW YORK IIRANCn i
CLARENDON BLDG., S. E. Cor. 18th St. & 4th Are.
oavi,l. iitlr reached l Subway and Mad Won At, atreet car
TELEPHONE STUYVESANT 353-354
vID Vail 4SfmU9n jtCkwtkBm m
Half a Century of Happy Homes
Our FIFTY YEARS EXPERIE CE In HO 8EFURNI8HINQ8, together
wl h tho nevaODmant of our CONVENIENT PAYMENT SYSTEM, nave)
been moat Imoortant factor In trie foundlna of tho Un and a of hiDOV
honiaa Ourp ronaalnrsower acqul al over thla porlod ajuarantaats
- at ia
you a bavins of
w-l o our
ovar Drloaa alaawhar
CREDIT SYSTEM ooivea tha auaatlon of payment In tn moat aatla
Taoiory v. ay
No Club Fees.
No Red Tape.
A nmall dpoai. srH va deliver your aood AT ONCE, the balanoe
being peld by you as cor. , : t while you are enjoyina; their ua
All Gcorfs Marked in Plain Tir??
;t-..iMf I'ttrl .r Hull, AtM a.-kn-. mtihiifiiny flniait ., . uuxrm, highly pollohed,
uiiiHiiMfrtMi hum ii. rin ii .u it-. -r i a rituf miniit1 ii i i iti ir
IiIhhIi, allk I'oril ami i -i with IndU tructlble turtntfit la arat
illkf vvt V v,tlut at to
CIRl SSIN WALNUT
Neatly i-arved. .larae
i. 1 ..udult.
imnrf baii., like
In ('In it --In 11 wal
unl uiut lutahiiHany
till sttatltllt- 1 . ,ir ,
l-.f I-. Mltf
.tth anrlaa eat. ui.tntl. '"l la
rtani.h leather, like OA
uti alue ill "P ' ZJa
$6.98 RE m $3.75 Rocker to Match $7.98
Any Eooda eleo'd nov. will be eat ld now for HOLIDAY DELIV
ERY .bJot to your future order
Out-ol-Toivn Deliveries Made by Our Motor Tracks
Broadway at 34th Street.
Tomorrow, Thursday, December FHh
a large and representative offering of
Women's Waterproof Coats
at special holiday prices
Last year we hit upon the idea of having a special offering of raincoats
at this season, and the demand for them was so insistent that we decided
some time ago to renew the raincoat as a feature for December shoppers.
I Several weeks ago preparations for this sale were set afoot, and our
stock of waterproof coats in this special sale tomorrow will afford you
as fine a variety as you can wish for, and a range of prices which is appreci
ably lower than the customary range for garments of this quality.
J As a Christmas gift a waterproof coat is a useful and practical offering,
though we sincerely hope that no man will be mean enough to seize upon
it as a convenient escape from his obligations to give his wife or daughter,
in addition to a raincoat, some gift of a more festive character. 4th floor
Every garment guaranteed absolutely waterproof.
Women's Waterproof Coats -Women's
Waterproof Coats -Women's
Waterproof Coats -Women's
Waterproof Coats -London-made
London-made Gaberdine Coats -London-made
Sale of Solid Gold Jewelry
for Men & Women
fl. Jewelry is pcrluips the most important of all Yuletidc offerings. I has usually
more to do with the heart than with the season. It is affection seizing upon
Christmas as an excuse. And the splendid values in this sale of gild jewelry to
morrow afford an equally good excuse for buying your Christmas gifts now at Saks.
Men's and Women's 14 kt. Signet Rings.
plain or fancy, Koman or Knul' h unih,
value 7.50 special
Solid Qold Knives, hand cngravrd draigna, i
in Human and Knglish finrah. 2.95
value 4. SO special at '
Solid Oold Cigar Cutters, band engraved and
aeroll deaigna, in Engliati and Romun ItniaB. 2.75
value 4. SO special at j
Solid Oold Cigar Cutters, plnin brad rdge t nr
pattern. value 3.50 special at l,YO
14-kt. Solid Gold Cuff l inks. pm or Lead
eagr paltrrus ana Knnmn liritsh.
value 6.90 special at.
Solid Oold LavaltierCS, art wih amethyst,
suppnirra, topaz ami renl pearl.
value 7. SO special
Solid Qold Bracelets, hand agraved, with;
eaten and aalely bar.
value 7. SO special at
Solid Oold Tie Clasps, in ancy engraved i Bn
patterns. value .1.11 special at 9v
A very special offering tomorrow
150 Women's Dresses
at a great sacrifice of price
regularly $15, $18.50 & $2f
J The aatortment includes dresses of serge, corduroy and narmeuse. The
models are the season's representative stlcs. Owing to th limited number
of these dresses, however, and in view of the remarkable reactions in piices,
we cannot accept any mail orders for these garments, nor cat we extend to you
the customary privileges of exchange and C. O. D. transactins. Fourth floor.
French Filled & Indestructible
Pearl Jewelry Sae
I You may always look to the Saks Jewelry Departmen for unusual values. It
carries nothing else. And in this special sale of pearl ewelry tomorrow it has
demonstrated its ability to meet the needs of the gift-sftson with an offering of
values which are far and away better than you can expec to find outside of Saks.
100 Indestructible Pearl Necklaces, in small,
medium, large or graduating hires. Beautiful
- rtment of coloringa, such a blanche, rose
and creiur. V"'" or rhitiestone barrel clasps,
und each neeklace i pair ! '- a dainty velvet
lined eaae. values 6. SO to 8. SO .pew..! "
French Filled or Indestructible Pearl Neck
laces, uiaU. medium or large pcarU, in blanche,
rose or creiue. Gold filled or sterling silver
clasps, in cluster effects, rhinestone with centre
alone of pearl, ruby, sapphire, amethyat or
turnuoiae. Each packed in a dainty case.
value 2.50 special at J
French Penrl Brooches, in wreath, circle,
daisy and horseshoe effects, as well aa other
fumy designa made up in combination of
, ,,ra I amethvst. aaDDhire and rhinestone.
value 1.00 special at J
of three Din. Eaclset packed ia a velvet line
boi. special per set
French Pearl Ntklace Clasps, in cluster)
effect with rbinestne and pearl centre.
value 1.00 special at )
French Baroqu. l Pendant Earrings,
in a beautiful assctment ol cuiu.!
value 3.00 special ai
French Pearl Robespierre
pearl and rhinrstne
French Pearl 'endant Crosses, in ainall.
medium or largctses. value 1.00 Special
ibesplerre Collar Plna, )
' combinations, in platinum
value 1.00 special arj
French Baroqe Pearl Hatpins, in the new X
Oriental colorifs. value 50c special at '
A remarkable sale tonorrow
1728 Women's Handbags
of which the usual prce is 3.50
As a Christmas gift from a man b a woman, one of
these 3.50 bags is both appropriated non-committal
q Made of pin Morocco, with eight-inch frme, highly polished in gilt,
nickel and gun metal, and fitted with memo talet , pencil, mirror and change
purse. A wonderful value which we acquire only on condition that we
took all the maker had. Better think about yor Christmas problems quickly
for this sale will be like a run on a bank. O our Main floor tomorrow.