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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
BUI CAN'T EVADE
White Fights l;x-Wife's Claim,
but Is Ordered to Help
WAS DIVOKCUD IN 1905.
Court of Appenls Holds That
It Can Amend Decree at
William K. White would llku to know
Wfeat eh urorlil I ng to any y
formerly It wan perfectly al right for
a dlvi'i. cl gentleman to parry IKIitly
ay euggeetlon that ha pay real money
to hie illvor.ed wife union eprrlflcally
threatened by th law. Now alone
eavne th ('our' of Appeal and renders
a Seflslnn which, translated Into the
ftarnacular. says that a man li wt ill a
mamher of the firm though hla nam
la takn from the door.
In othar word, Ihe Court holda that
ft huaband ran actually ba compelled to
pay hla wife for upprtlng the children
of which hla wife waa given th ouatody.
Ten though no alimony waa hinted at
when tha dlvorrad fantlamaa aacurrd
Ma right to a Ufa of liberty and tha
purault of othr women.
Tha ruling w'aa made oa tha applica
tion of Mra. Mary K Whlta. who aaked
that William W. White, whom aha di
vorced la IMC, be made pecuniarily ra
aonalhle for tha maintenance and adu
aatlon of their aon. Laroy w White,
srfco la la her oar. No provision for all
aaony or aupport of tha child waa mad
I tha decree
Laat July Mra. Whlta aald In a Peti
tion that aha had oupportad herself and
child for aaron year, but had become
doatltute and unable to boar tha eapene
aay longer 8h applied to the Supreme
Oourt for aa amendment of tha decree
aa a to compel her former huaband to
wpaly tho fund naraaaary to aupport
tha boy and flnlah hla education.
FATHER STILL OWE STATE
SUPPORT OF HIS ISSUE.
Eta dollar a weak waa granted to bar
stlj or until tho further order
f tho Oourt." WhIU aa-
eontwta'lng tho Suprwme Court
ao power to amend tho original 41
to referring to tho fart of tho decree
that cava tho euotody of tho boy to hla
mother, hat which made no prorlaloo for
tho Court of Appeal
1lgal!on may he defined. Nor eould
the otnlaalon of a provla.'nn In the Judg
ment to maintain the 0iM operate to
setup Ihc Slate from uhequ-ntly com
pettlng Mlt defendant lo discharge this
uhllgalliin, either illrectly or hy mean
of an amendment of the Judgment In
the original a'tlon upon proper nutlce.
MOTHER'S WAIVER OF RIGHT
NOT BINDING ON CHILD.
"Ity nut Initiating upon the iiovllona
of lnw for her own support and m!n
tenancr the i - . I rr would hiivc hoe)TI
de"tne I to have waived t'it rlgnt. Hut
thla adjudication la not hlndlng upjn
the children. It dnea not abrogate
tlielr rlcht to support from th fatln-r.
at leaat not when the mother la no
longer able to afford such support, an I
the particular manner whlc'i the legis
lative (letwirtment Miall devise for th
enforceti,. nt of tbl" olillgntlon on th'
part of the father ouglil not to be
limited. MS) nl b eapreas constl!'!
"Ilecnu-e the ilefendnnt has been pe--mltted
to seni.e the ohllgatlona of
j parenthood fot 11 p-rlod of aeven ye-s
does not give him n vested right to
I continue In do so. and we are elesrlv
'of oolnlon thai the Court waa author.
lied by the provisions of sec-Inn 1.771
of the Code of Civil Procedure to
amend the Judgment and to enforce
the ohllgatlona which the defendant
owed the child of the marring and the
g t a ' "
Whit la directed to pay tha coat of
I his appeal and to .-onllnue ih rav
' metit of the !. a week allowed by the
j Huprrme Court for the support of hl
'ARREARS OF 40 cents
I BARS $500 DEATH CLAIM.
'widow Non-Suited In Action
Apain-l lsdR. Though Husband
Had Paid All He Supposed Due.
Because her husmnd waa to eanta In
arrear at the tlma or hla doalh Mr.
Charles A. Seaman of Rahway. N. J..
! lost a suit for 130 death benefit against
' tha Union Council. J. O. O. A. M.. of
I Rahway, In the Supreme Court Ctrcuf.
at Newark, yesterday. Judge Dungan
non-aullnd the plaintiff.
Mr. Seaman had bean a member of the
lodge twenty-aeven yeara when ho died
on June la. 1110. It waa brought out In
oourt that on the flrot of that month he
wa Informed that his due war 2.S n
arrears and that on Juna l h paid that
amount. Later H wa dlacovarad that
hi lndbtdna really amounted to
H.(0. and the death claim waa not paid.
A riauae In the bylaw of th org im
itation provide that whn a member ta
In debt thirteen week he ahall be aua-
I iienuea until ne naa pauo in lull inu tor
rour week arter mat. too urt aaid
that In view of thla h would nonsuit.
ROOT SEEKS TO REPEAL .
CANAL TOLL EXEMPTION.
Wants Problem Submitted to Harue
No Likelihood of Passage
WAHMINOTON, Jan. U. The que
tlon of exempting American coastwlaa
essel from the payment if tolla when
passing tlin.UKh Hie I'snama an aI Is
ngnln before the Senate A jjlll waa
Introdueeil yestenl.iy hy Senator Rant
repealing the rmmptlim clause of th
1'annma ( anal m t. Notice waa glvon
tiy Mr. Hoot tnat neat Tuesday lid will
epeak In support of his MIL
Senator Hoot believes be questions
now Involved should tie submitted to
The Hague Tr bural for arbitration
otherwise, he bellows, the principle if
arbitration hetne.n the rutted Slates
anil Ureal lirltnln will he violated and
the eslsting treaty nullified when It
esplres, three month hen e.
It I riot expected the hill offered by
Mr. Root will become a law at thla
session. An ovarwehlmlng sentiment
eslsta In both Senate and House
against permitting foreign ahlp to
use the .anal on terms of equality
with American coasts.'! vels.
A SOUR, GASSY.
"Pane's Diapepsin" regulates
your stomach and ends In
digestion in five minutes.
Clam howler Kill omen
Mr marl Tic 5T TrerTea il, W. X,"
l dead and Mia Ilertha Hoyce Is seri
ously ill as the reault of eating clam
chowder Isst Friday. Mr. Tl.-e, an
Matletal cook, prepared Ihe rhowdei
and gave s howl of It to M i ltoyce.
who happened In. Both became III im
mediately of ptomaine poisoning Miss
Hnvi-e wit- recover. Mra. Tie will be
"This waa ta
fondant, aa tho father of Iho child, had
aa far saortaood th right of a parent
aa to a no longer an U tied to th gsn
aral right to aupport and maintain such
child la hi own horn, bat It In a
oaanner rllvd him from th oblige
tlon which th parent own to tho Biata
ta support ha own lawful lsu. bow-
loosely or Inadequately that ob-
"MY FACE AND HANDS
ARE SO CHAPPED
THEY ARE PAINFUL"
I a winter ciprciuon as of tea hoard at the
lamiaar "Is it hot enough far you?" of th
the oVIkate. soothinf emollient, offtra imtant
comfort and tpoedy relief ta chapped' facts,
hand and lip. Make your akin grateful by
th daily use af Velogen.
On application makes an improvement
A week's systematic go a transformation.
At your dniftiit's la collapsible
I THAN COLD CMBAJt.
THK HA MB WAV.
Krbruary 0, 0, March 6
ROUND $50 TRIP
'mm NEW T'IKK
ItWIAL PULLMAN THAI.Ma
Te sad fro larasontUI on Pebrosry Toura
to lacksoavute imUj as Mso h 'IXiur.
Indepcndedit TrareJ in Florida
Tt t mr Pehnisry Ton good for ten
lnetu.lin del al l.iur. ttctete far
Jtami Tour food until eta; II.
full Mrtlrulan of O. ITtllllM. u p a
imua, Ndrw York OUj.
v Oculists' OptielMon
Maif a Coniary ta Amsaia
Don't say "It's noth
ing" when your eves
ache. Eyesight trouble
is avoided by wearing
correctly fitted glasses.
Eyoa EaamJnod Without Char
by Roflatorod Eyo Physician.
Perfect Kitting, Glasses, ft SO to 111.
217 Broadway, Art or House.
22) Siath Ave.. 15th M. 3)0 Sixth Ave.. 22d St
101 Nsssau. Ann St. 17 West 42d New York
498 Fulton St.. Co. Bond St.. Brooklyn.
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the damage
Ho youf Well, don't liother. If voiir
alnmarb is in revolt; if .our. aasjF and
upset, and what you just ate ha fer
mented into stubborn lumps your head
ussy ami n nr.. im-m n guno ami acini
and eructate undigested food ; breath foul,
tongue coated just lake a little Diapep
ain and in five minutes you truly will
wonder what became of the indigestion
Millions of men and women today
know that it is needless to have a bad
stomach. A little Diapepsin occasionally
keeps this delicate organ regulated and
they eat their favorite foods without fear.
If your stomach doesn't take care of
y OOP ifal! lltHlC sYilMMgraj Ft aPalilOll af
your food is a damage instead of a help,
remember the quickest, unrest, most
hermit-- - relief is I'ape's Diapepsin, which
costs only fifty cent for a large caaa at
drug utorev It' truly wonderful it
iligeat food and set things straight, so
gently and easily that it i really aston
ishing. Please, for your sake, don't go on
and on with a weak, disordered stomach;
it's so unnecessary.
"Mr. Inveterate Smoker"
It is unnecessary t inform
you that the excessive use of
TOBACCO leaves an un
pleasant taste in the MOUTH,
particularly noticeable in the
Kminent authoritiej tell u
that the use of tobacco re
sult! in the transfmnt of
microbes to th interior of
If you MUST smoke TAKE
The daily use of "ODOL" as a MOUTH
WASH is the SAFEGUARD which will render
you practically immune from disease germs.
Pleasant to the taite and DF.I.IGHTFULLY
"ODOL" will alio harden the gum and keep
the teeth in healthy condition.
There is nothing "Just as Good" a "ODOL."
f rice f Cents
A t all Drupptsf and Deporrmeaf Store.
GEO. BORGFELDT & CO.
NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO
The World Knows
the best preventive and cor
rective of disorders of the
digestive organs is the gentle
harmless, vegetable, always
effective family remedy
ao aaraa wumui run it.
AniwB tar Ta Moral a as ua
syrjfS urn al .n uin. ta i
itaaaaaaa-- " ss . -1 71
World Wants Work Wonders.
3420 Men's S-H-I-R-T-S
II W "From loom V
IV to wearer" is II
II on every
II Ihe II
Bl II made
W II button fc
Wr I the way V BM
in a stile that will , focus the interest of men tomorrow upon
the John Wanumaker Store
900 are $1.50 prades.
2,100 are $2.00 grades.
420 are $2.50 grades.
Every yard of shirting except the imported
shirtings loomed by the maker.
Every shirt perfect.
Every pattern good.
Every shirt laundered in the laundry of the
Every year we have lirst call on the over-plus of the maker of these well-known
shirts. This year we took every one, because there wasn't a bad pattern in the lot.
Among them are several hundred of the much-fa vored black and white pleated shirts.
Woven madras neglige shirts and pleated percales, all coat style, laundered cuffs,
attached and detached -
Sizes 132 to 18.
An extra force of salesmen will ensure quick service.
Burlington Arcade. New Building.
The Men's Store, Broadway at Ninth
Continuing The January Sale of
JVaists, Muslin Underwear, House Gowns,
Kimonos & Silk Petticoats
Two models in Batiste, yoke effect of era-1
broidery and Val. I are J
Two models ;n Raliste, Cluny, Irish and 1
Voile, embroidered and Cluny lace trimmed, 1
with satin ribbon bow at collar
Several models in Voile, Irish, Chinv, Val I
la e and hand embroidery trimmed J
Sheer Batiste, with pleated jabot, edged 1
with dainty colon at collar and cuffs J
Sheer Batiste, effectively trimmed with em-1
broidery and several insertions of Val. lace . J
White Vo'Ie self striped, yoke effect, with 1 a
colored linen collar and cuffs J yo
Batiste, self striped, flat collar, pocket and I
cuffs, piped with color J
Linene, pleated or shirt model, with soft I
collar and cuffs
Soisette. soft collar and cuffs.
$1.25, $1.95, $2-95 & $3-95
$1-95, $2-50, $2.95 & $3-45
98c, $1.25, $1-95 to $3.95
Lace or embroidery trimmed,
$1.50, $i-95 $2.50, $2.95 to $8-75
"Brocaded Charmeuse, Crepe-de-Chine,
Lace & Chiffon
Several Chiffon Cloth models, shadow lace
and satin trimmed. Black and colors.
Values to $6.00
Crepe Chiffon Cloth, effectively trimmed
with fine shadow lace, plain net yoke, and
collar. Black, navy, plum and white.
Brocade Charmeuse, with double frill and
lace and long sleeves. White and colors.
Brussels Net and Shadow Lace, combined 1
with vest of white satin. Value $6.00 J
Flowered Crepe or Fleecedown Flannel, in
a large variety of stvlea,
$1.25, $1-75 $1-95 & $2-95
Albatross, straight or fitted models with
lingerie or fancy embroidered collar 3- 95
House Gowns or Negligees
Mestaline Satin, with large collar and sleeves a
emoroidered, accordiou pleated skirt wy 75
Creoe-de-Chine and Mcssatine, Empire
modst, emnroidercd bodice fiO. 95
Mcsalinc Satin, flowered border, a jr ty s M
fitted or Empire models J5 95 95
Values to $10.00
Messaline Satin, accordion pleated skirts, fr
shadow lace and button trimmed flI0. 75
Albatroas, Empire models, embroidered
Albatross, wh'te or black organdie collar. . $J. 95
' Vnlues to $5.50
Albatross, Empire model, lace trimmed.. . $2. 95
Black and colon,
$2.95, $3-95, $4-95 & $5-95
Silk Jersey Top Petticoats
With Messaline silk flounce... $2.95 to $6.95
In white, pink and light blue, lace and
$3-95, $4-95, $5-95, to $6.95
Remarkable V a lues in
Fashionable Spring Silks
A shipment just received of
Crepe Pierrette Majestic
40 inches wide, in a complete assort
ment of evening and street shades
fltmtlar goods are commanding $3.00 per
yara special price
40 inches wide a remarkable quality.
40 incises wide, suitable for mourning.
Value $2 00 per yard
Fine Dress Goods V a lues
64 inches wide; sponged, shrunk and
lustrous Usually $9 00 per yard
English Black Corduroys
Qualities that have sold at $1 86 and
SJ.00 per yard To close
French White Dress Linen
47 inches wide a superior 75c quality.
V Special, per yard
January Sale of Women 9s
Long and Short Gloves
Th-hutton tthmn Itmath 1
W hue Mousquetaire Glace Gloves
Fine selected skins, ball pearl button at
Value $2.76 per pa r J
20-button above elbow length,
white Gtace Mousquetaire Gloves
Beaut'ful soft skins, ball pearl button
Value $3.00 per pair
1 - clasp Glace Gloves
Diamond cut pearl clasp, Pique
Sewn, spear back embroidery. White,
tan and black.
Value $1.50 per pair
2- clasp white
Roundseam Glaie Gloves
9 rows heavy white embroidery on
back, beautiful soft pliable .skins. '
I -clasp heavy Russian tan
Capeskin Street Gloves
Arrow stitching on back, one large
Value $1.50 per pair
Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St