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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
HEARS WITH GLEE
OF MIDNIGHT HUNT
Prettj Mrs Sharps Laughs
AfouJ .1! I iivorce Court
CUPID'S MANY MISTAKES
A Hundred and Twenty-Two'
Btdfy'Mated Folk Appeal
On hun1ra and twenty-two hstero
Mmoui xh1hlts of Cupld'i wretched
trret practice came nefor three Hu
prrtn Court Justices to-day to have
Lha law patch up Sir Dantel'a errors
It being he day set aside each week
for adiistln matrimonial unlona which
were tried and found wanting-, r treat
flock of expectant divorcee, girls In
thtlr teens and others ramrln up to
middle life and a hsndful of hus-
.nds who decided they had about all
they wanted crowded Into Part III. to
await the law's Judgment.
With the principals came hunches of
witnesses and lawyers, the former
aimed with the necessary Information
to wreck Anally the marital bonds.
Justices injur, CohSlsn ami Oreen
haum were put to the task of untiring
knots, some brand new and easily un
twisted and others rusted with ane and
ear. As la usual, the male exhUms
demanding redress were far In the.
minority Anil as Is the custom, the
evidence generally told of a raid where
the party of tht first or second part was
In company with a party who had no
number at all.
One of the prettiest of the future
.r-ass widows was Mrs, Marie Kh anor
Sharpe, who married JoJaeph I.. Sharpe
In IMA. Mr. hi:'c did not brook any
.lilay. Mia hired the Inevitable alwyer
and brought Into or art the tale of her
a?cked unfrsppinaaa, 'ThS woman" sin
na:.ie 1 as Mrs. Evi FattarSOn, whom
ht said she dlSOOVarsd with her hus
band In n IVootuIicM. N. J-. cottage
pending, as M-s. Patterson was qttOtSd
r putting it. " . Imrt VCUo after
tiialr horn ) mo in."
. BUI. C? MIDNK HT TRIP TO
T-? H1 ! ?3Y.
Rll.trtie'a bi V --In-law. Daniel
- it. t..i i of vlslt'na the eouatry
. . On .1 uly : Isst With Mrs. Kiarpt,
.-. '.. . I the hot ..bou; mldn fht.
. s, Moon . . w .: wt3 In ,-harge, cams
.. ih. ..... and ask i What It.ennan
to the w ndow and then SOU can talk
BftMan 114 ns he was dtrOCtOd, ,
.Shnrpe. he says. CSjms down. ami ft WO"
mem later Mrs. Aharpf, Ml real Mrr.
I hgrpi rlajfied from bOhM4 a tree and
rushed upstairs WhffrOi she says, she ,
ill-- ovartd Mrs. PattSTOOft. Then she .
"Now l ie got you. Joe, Slid got you
i Ightl" she "Xrlalmed.
"Yes, yes. I see, y. 'l'Ve C-rtalllly "
landed me with the goods and ng
gaiie, ' PetUms4 the iius.innd, MCOrdlflg
to the wl'e.
STOPY OF WITNESS STIRS FAIR j
COMPLAINANT TO MIRTH.
The llor ns told ' y Hretinan pro-
yokl d Mrs. Sharp, 's mirth and she )
laughed out loild i llMilea Hijur rapped
A Ml s At matron rushed up to Mrs.
Sha ne la the corrldo' l,itr and kisse l
her many tl-nes.
"At Inst, deirler (am PR), you're free
(mack), aren't you? iSiamIu")
Mrs. Sharpe unfofteiusl the fervent
young woman and devoutly said she
liopifl she was.
The troubles of the llutchlnsons were
aired In another oart before Justice ro-
ha'an, who Is as dcslroua of trying a
matrimonial action as he Is of going to
the Bulgsrlan war. Mrs. Hutchinson
asked for a separation. She said her
husband, a commercial man, had de
serted her two years ago. Hutchinson
swore that his wife ordered bin. to give
up hi key. He has been paying Mrs.
Hutchinson 1109 a month since their sep
aration and told the Court that his
daughter, Mildred, now In a private
school, costs him $210 a year for tute
lage besides a whole bunch of hata and
gowns well, he wouldn't begin to go
Into It all.
The Court heard the brief Ule and
RAILROAD FIREMEN LIKELY
TO GET HIGHER WAGES.
At a cotiferenr, lattlpi from It o'cineH
yesterday morning until after 1 o'clock
:n tae afternoon at lha ttngMofting
Societies. No. West Thirty-ninth
street, epresentatlvcs ol tlfty-two Bait'
i in rallroadi nd of the Brorhtrttood of
Locomotive Firemen and Knglnemen
took up the question of an increase In
wanes for the members of the union.
W". . Parter, President of the brother
hood, was lis spokesman. Bllshg Lata of
the Pennsylvania Railroad, the newly
elected ti:ilrman of the Conference
ommlttee of the railroad managers,
It was unofficially stated that the flre-
rtls n bud modHfd theii demand and
Mat thi railroad msnagers would no-.
thim half Waj At lb -onriaslon Of
the matting m. mhers if both POrtW t
teat were In I jovial trams of mind, sti'i
' wjSifreely p e4lcts4 thnt there WOttld.
be no general rtliltt of (iremen.
Meetings will bt J .. p t babljr
a week looser.
I Ni KMIMi HTKAXHHMV.
m s to DAT,
Ifoaten Portu it- s, Msg Miss. RtsfMon.
Vsitcuuirr, ilua. nilii-ln. Ml e.
i ,f, sthis. (llbwU. . Ki Vslls, tlslteitoii.
- ri llnjlisltao, asiKts. Main. Ilrsma.
K.nU S I, Ottaettii
taiuui to rwtt,
Hronn (lets Citf Ke.i.rrt.
The Mt. lit It RrajWII 'oii:pan will
, igain i tA'tivn fmtn tiie city the rofltraol
foi ooMiahlni tie city Racard The'
oi.ipHny a bM, a hlch wa- opnt4 to
'day, was the lowest of tlitee lUi.tat, j
ICrordlrtfl) the OOntraCt , as awardcl. ,
There ts an Iworoat o( $N.it. over the
'Id for tin turi'enl but tltat Is'
I'xplalliod btraOM f the II ,.1; cent, ln 1
' I 'sed of while paper and Itl llo ieane
d N per CTTit. for labor Li lertaln
, bran, lies of the tutiji gtr.ide.
CfOlOM Kills More Than 1O0.
I'VKIS, BtA 4 --More than one hon
dred persons were killed In the ryclni
Which sw i nt over Madagascsr Nov.
The damage Is rstlmatnl at t2.00O.00O. '
Don't lot your
cold run Into
you clown more
than (iriuc. It
ItvCtl re often
t 11 nix IM pfi
mnrut. (Jrt rii!
of ttut roIJ now
"t (u C Dt HiiH a I "fit 4vriip f .1 rwm
rtr l"f fttv "out" '!'' IB hreiv v rM Ha
rtas Ct ftiairtt I N't.' Ave, llta. hi it. N V.
Tsr1 run nrnnt (tetft
Boy atalia Ills bam.
rurlnx a controAeray as to the t
spectlve mer'ts of their favorite ball
players Harry Nanoesjcy, fojrtreji years
of age, a schoolboy, living at No. tftM
8t. John's s venue, was ttahbed In the
Mfa wrist wllh a pocket knife by his
"pal." A mall Wilson, ten years old, of
the same address. The Sanosaky boy
was attended by an ambulance surgeon
pod went home. sVllsOn was .arreested.
rTTTT7! ''-If M.ti.n .
SSS Mr. Sha.-pi ; have an l:n-
tact f' r him," rt piled Brn
'Well, wait a mlr. Ita and I'll see,
plitd Mrs. Sloaney as the went t,
has husband how to piooee-l. a
nient iatoi iht crme to the door and
"Go out to the baca yard and tfet a
1 lotties pole and whin I thout hit the
upstairs window. Mr, Sh irpc will OOmt
If your eyeglasses
won't stay on your nose
If tliey tilt over or slip off or
bird you will find
a revelation. 1 1 takes hold of
the nose with the softest,
smoothest, surest grasp, and
holds your glas'ts firmly and
securely in position.
Attacked to your glasses for 15 cts.
Sold only at our eight stores.
Oculist and OpUticuvA
M j ifBd bMsTMIi ttfMff i-iirtti AVtaUM
Ht W. :ilih Itrstt. Mt, Mb ltd th Arenuw
M Wrfl IJlSth srrtet, Htf Influx ATn,ie
44- 1 ohinbw ATnitif, Hit ana BSn Htr-wi n
70 NaMam Slrrst, nr. lohfl Street, N?w York
Jm il Urmitwiy, nnr illoiifltby. Brootclm
rultofl .Stre-t, oNiti'f A, it H., Ilrouklyn
M7 Bn'td Stwt, Mil Hune'i, Nowtrk
34th Street New York
Special Sale of Petticoats
Women's Messaline Silk and silk jersey top
petticoats in all desirable colors ami black.
Crepe de Chine Petticoats trimmed with Vul.
and Cluny lace and ribbon bow.
Corsets and Brassieres
Vassar Corsets of fine quality coutil) low and 1
medium butts lnu ttraigbt Wps suitable for 1 QC
medium figures. Regular price $3
B. & 3. Trassiers of fine strong material, ednc.l I tTOrr
will luces hook up front; laced backs Mto 44. OvfL
H (c ? ry and Underwear
VVoincn' ine Cotton and Lisle Hose
; ) (or $1 Value 50c C
Extra litv Pure Thread Silk Hose 0fk
Value $1.25 oyC
Women's Fine Ribbed Union Suits
Value 75c 39c
Kaysef's Venetian Silk Vests (reinforced). 1 as
Value $1.95 1 1.45
Kayser's Embroidered Silk Vests , nr
Value $2.50 j U0
Lord & Taylor
Lord & Tavlor
Founded 1 826
December Sale of
Women 's Fur Coats, Muffs and Scarfs
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. December 5th. 6th and 7th.
Remarkable Values in
Women i Fur Coats
Black Pony . . .$47.50 $57.50 $72.50
Seal-dyed Coney $66.00 $87.50
Black Caracul $62.50 $87.50 $100.00
Sable Squirrel $Uk5.00
Mole Conev $16740
Natural Raccoon trimmed. $92.50
Natural Raccoon trimmed. .$65.00
Persian Lamb 165.00
Women's Motor Coats
Of Leopard, Civet, Hair Seal, Natural
Muskrat and Marmot.
Women's Model Fur Coats
Hudson Seal $275.00 to $600.00
Mole 145.00 to $650.00
Broadtail $550.00 to $850.00
( aracul $166.00 to $850.00
Hudson Seal $.'t2.5()
Seal-dyed Coney $20.00
Black Raccoon $29.50
Natural Raccoon 15.50
Skunk $67.60 $92.50
Nat ural Beaver $ 15.00
White Iceland Fox $19.50
White Moufflon 19.50
Black Opossum $ 21. oo
Mole Coney $.11.50
Black Fox. . . .199.50 $55.00 $72.50
Pointed Fox $62.50 $08.50
Black Lynx $77.50 $110.00
Persian Lamb $1,7.00
Cross Fox $1.15.00 to $686.00
Ermine 197.50 to $1,50.00
Mink $85.00 to $550.00
j V Hudson nay name 9J,io.iH)
Russian Sable. . .$750.00 to $2750.00
December Sale of Women :s Winter Garments
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 5th, 6th and 7th.
Exceptional Values in
IVomen :s Suits and Coats
Tailored Suits 1
A large assortment of the most I
desirable styles and fabrics, all r
lined and warmly interlined.
Value $3.3.00 )
Fancy or Plain Tailored Suits 1
In the new cutaway or straight
coat effect, in the smartest of the
season's materials, all heavily in
terlined. Special at
Aitrachan Cloth Coats
Two attractive models handsome-1
ly lined throughout and inter
lined; some with plush collars.
Value 185.00 J
The New Seal Plush Coats I
")() inches long, lined throughout
and interlined. Value $00.00 J
Street and Touring Coats
In a variety of popular styles and j
materials. Value $85.00 J
A New Spring Model in
Made of Charmeuse; skirt, entire
ly new draped effect ; waist open
front., long sleeves, with piping of
while; crystal button trimming;
the new Charlotte collar of white
satin, outlined with accordion
pleated luce; all the new shades.
Draped chiffon waist over band
of contrasting colors; high neck
and short sleeves; rhinestone but
ton trimming; skirt, straight lines
caught on one side with buckle of
same material; very dressy shades
Important Sale of IV omen V
Afternoon or Evening Coats
Made of imported velour, with
handsome fur collar and cuffs; I
lined in contrasting colors; warm- vaf90
Iv interlined. Value $0.5.00 J
Misses', Children's & Infants' Wear
Chinchilla Coats i
Pull length, collar and cuffs of velvet
and broadcloth. Value $99.50 I
livening Dresses 1
Of chiffon over satin, crejie-dc-cliine j
and oharmcuae, shallow lace trimmed, l
in ull the dainty colors.
Values to 145.00 J
Girls' Coals I
(i to 1 years. Of excellent finality '
chinchilla, all lined ftith flannel, high
torn collar and belt. Value $18.50
Broadway & 80th St.; 0th Ave.; lOtli St.
A new model, willi white or rolortd
embroidery, Value $4.50 I
'2 to 5 ye.iTi. Of best quality chin
chilla, velvet or cloth collars, box or
liclteii model, all lined. Value $0.50
Imported Hand Made
(i months to j years. fine nain
sook, hand embroidered yoke back
and front, Valu $1.05e
Broadway & 80th St.; 0th Ave.: loth St.
Lexington lo 3d Ave.
S9tii io 60th St.
For 2 Hours Only
From 10 to 12 o'Clock To-morrow
(Thursday ) Morning, We Will Sell
1,500 Boys' $3.00 Soils
ard Overcoats at
None C. O. D. No mail or rh''n
Ju orilrm None to d-.iler
i S-'sIc i-.'.cludcs :
SCO Hy' Itutton toecki ver
coats of blue and brouu tnid
I'.ray melton, also overcoats
with attrachan collar and culfs
like picture, also farcy chev
iot coata, tires 2-2 CI CQ
to 10 years; at. . . . iJjI.UO
.lOOIinyn' Kt;s.ilnn Suits; r.ies 2 ' j to
8 ycur.;, plain blue unci ij j OQ
fancy mnteriali, ut lDA.VjO
500 liny," Double Br If d BttltS,
rcr. 7 to 16 yenr. Norfolk unci
Drrby modris of plain blur and
fancy cheviots, 10 (jj-i CO
From 10 fo 12 o clock to-morrow
our boys' clot hing store
2nd floor, $3 Harment..
rata Sato, ai.us
to 12 o'clock to-morrow
nn:h It Hictlfn. I
tlic I. trst bct nrllrrs und tin
Art Gift Books
Iff GMH In
. I 'viii..
Gill Books lor the Holidays
Every field of literature fully covered in ihi gigantic
thowingof selected books for all ages at Bloomingdalea',
Evrrythinn carried in a complete nil : be year-round Ixokstorr of the
fiirt dam is here St the moderate oricen rlw3vs identified with this store.
Hmdnomrly boupd prrirntntion volume-,, standnrd sr'.s, c!c ..:ri,l, historical.
bior;iphiciil, s,intific and educational works, poems, truveU, juveniles.
"hits" of other days are all here.
tins is u umqtr
seri'i of littl
books in art
bind tin. esactlv
suited tor tin
small Xmas re
membrance Iloiwid in Per
sian ooze leatl -er.
in a box; r)p
Rlttht with the World Browning.
Brilllunts from LonEfellow.
Chrittmiia at Rracebrldgc Hall
Christmas Chimes Dickens.
Christmas GreetingsVan Dyke.
Gettysburg Speech Lincoln.
Little Rook of Friendship.
Little Hook of Versea Field.
Nuggets from Jamea Allen.
Kubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
Tarn o' Shunter Burn.
M s " . inn. fl.
w i . - , - r - - -
1 . W 'B
!. -st rated
The HelU and Other Poema, by
Edgar Allan Poe. Illustrated
with .10 plates in color and many
decorations in black and white
by Edmund Dulac.
Ruhaiyut ol Om.ir Khayyam, Illus
tratrd with plates in color and deco
Duloc. Quarto, boxed iDO.UU
Sleeping lieuuty and Other Kulry
Tales. From tbe old French re
told by A. T. Quilltr-Couch, illus
trated in color by Ed- ffri All
mund Dulac. Quarto k5.UU
The I'll k wit k Papers, by Charles
Dickens, illustrated with 40 plates
in color by Reynolds. Hand
somely bound. Quarto, 00
She Sloops to Conquer, by Oliver
Goldsmith. Illustrated by Hugh
Thomson wiih JO plates in color
and many decorations in black
and white. Octr.vo, (JJJ QQ
PJHH .' iu ijJM
Ooze leather bound edi
tions; special, at .
Each Book in u Pretty Box.
Rip Van Winkle Irving.
Legend of Sleepy Hollow Irving.
The Chrlatmus Carol Dickens.
Son ', of Hiawatha -Longfellow,
The Deserted Village Goldsmith.
Msln Floor. Csntre.
Buy Toys Now at Bloomingdales'
We Hake II Worth Your While
A real live Santa Claus will receive the children in our beauti
ful Toy Shop on the Fourth Floor every day from 9 to 12 o'clock,
and from 1 to 5.30 P. M. He will give a pretty picture book to
every child accompanied by an adult.
Our stccks are the biixest we have ever gathered and comprise the pret
tiest dolls and newest toys fiom all over the world.
In order to induce rrirly shopping we will offer a number of the moat
desirublc toys at rema kably special prSM ond furthermore you are assured
of more satisfactory service. Come to irorrow
Reed Doll Carriage,
loiter A I ''''
.1. ilin.t.-i tir
Mission nd t-liuir,
Bent Wixi 1 Clii.irs, $1.41.
Dolb' Perambulators, JJ.79.
SUUwulk aulktys, Hc.
PluoJi Horse on platform and
Toy Hano, 14 Wrv, M.
Harchreii Game, 5c.
Ball Baarlna Ikates, 1.N,
KuRtiy Footballs, He,
Cowboy Outlits, 11.19,
The big special
Dollar Doll so ex
jointed bodies, 23
in. long, bisque
eves and swed
wis. No 'phone
or mail orders.
Dulls at 19c
six styles, 98c
Character Dolls at 29c
Jointed Dolls, 10 in., at 49c
Flllf Jointed Dolls, "Hand-
werck" and "Dresscl" Dolls
specially priced at
Si. 98, $2.95, $J,95 and $4.98
i ! i
' III lllltllM.I) ti l
Men's $1 LinedLambskinGloves959c
To-morrow we will place on sale 1,850 pairs of lambski"
gloves in tan and brown. They are lined to give warmth; all
sizes. They rrc the kind of gloves you will fird in every exclusive
haberr,asher',j shop at $1. No mail orders filled.
Also Special Offering of
and Girls' Gauntlets
and lined Kid Gloves at 44c
They art in tun and brown, ull iucs.
No mail ordcis tilled. Quantity is limited, so you
arc udvised to m ike an early selection.
Main flour. Mtlh HI. Section.
BLCOMlHDrULS', LtX. t 3i! Ue.. oVtb to 0Ui Si.-