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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
OF DISEASE EASILY,
Interesting Medical Sidelight
Develops in Marriage An
A rwpnrl 'n tha Kirprama Oourt
M-ter by Wararaa William K MtKVmlM,
waa was thalrmn of tha linocrat!c
National I'nmmlttaa, il.njrlnjr to Mra.
rierrn I -a mil annulment of har mar
rlaa to A I mo l,an II. ontalni tha t.U
MMnr by a phytlrlan Ida ona of tka
ilra panaltlaa of povarty la thai dlaa
iHai Iti eyropinma In poor paraona
RMfc Julfe than tn tit wlthy.
Mra. Landl huaband li a waalthy
iwarM aaalar. Tha atatrmani waa mad.
by Dr. Hareal dal Vaooblo at No M4
Tenth street, wwo hM ha had traatad
lAivdl for an allmanc durtfis tha print
"W doaiora dlacnaae diaaaaa d Inmar
sat I y In paoplo In dtrrerant olitniea
atanraa." aald tha doctor, undar oath.
"Ia Landl'a 'baa 1 found hi paopla
at wall. H can apand a dollar or
two. whaa ha chootaa. Ha au vary
taod maal. In oaaaa Ilk Landl'a tha
dlaaaa doa not manlfaat Itaalf aoon,
baranca waalthy popla traat thaav
lv very wall. Poor paopla ar not
atta to iioarlah their bodlaa ao wall
a'tu nine poor paopla abow every dia
aaaa mora raadlly than thlr waalthy
Asked how h waa ajbla to datarmlna
a man financial condition and how
aa know Mr. Landl waa aot a poor
man. tha phrelclan replied:
"I eaw him In bualnea aad I alao
aaw him at the Waldnrf-Aitorla and
other re.ahlona.ble place."
Mra. Landl ro;iiplalnl to tha referee
that aha waa married in the Church of
the Aaoeailon rh. I. 11U. After thalr
honeymoon trip the couple returned to
live at No Ul Weat Tanth etreet
Amoni her (rlevanoe Mra. latndl ra
oltea that har huaband pawned article
or Jwlr- and houaahold furniture
watch war among her weddlna prenente.
aad that ha borrowed HM from har
ftther. whl-h M hn1 fr f.iMcil ti
Refrrro Mri'embe (mind that Mr
ljin.1l had failed lo nalir mil a
hi in -int to austaln the haraea of hat
complaint and reeofnmeadN that t'i i
re be thrown out of rourl.
BURLEIGH IS ELECTED
U. S. SENATOR FROM MAINE.
Republican Beats Out Democratic
Opponent by Nine Votes (jot
Bare Required Vote.
AtTOt HTA. Ma. Jan U--Former Con-r-emeo
Kdwln 0 Hurlelah waa alert
ed I'nlted Htale Henator by the Maine
IMTldattire In Joint conrantlon to-lay
Tne vote waa aa follow Uurlelah
'Hep i. M: Oardlnr tm), M, Thorn p
eon (Pros.). 7. Nn.t-on vol wre
n.c.naary for a choluo.
Tha flenata favored Burlelfh on a
etiiot party vote yaatarday but the
Hmut of Rapreaantatlva waa unable
to raaoh an acremnt, Burlrhrh and
Oar dner each receiving 11 votea In the
lower branch The queatlon of eligibil
ity of menrbere of the 1. flalature who
are poaunaatara to hold office and vnte
far United State ferfator waa ralaed
before the vote waa taken yaatarday
and a a raaull ona member of the
Houee waa uneeated and with two othera
wired hie raaarnatloa to the To1 -Office
Department at Waehlndton.
Tarktah Twhaaoo Cwaooaaloa.
OONHTANTIMOPLB. Jan. li.-The
Turkish Oovernment to-day (ranted an
tension of tha tobacco oonalon for
another twenty yean
3ETS THREATENING NOTE
LIKE ONES SENT WILSON.
Deputy I'nltfd Rtateii Marahal bawM
ft. Ileekmin of f ffMy City re.-elved 'o
.lay a letter IhrvatrnlnK hi life. It ,ui.
imrtnl Id HM from frirn'l of Ja.'oli
Dunn, who Id await. nit the action of Ihe
Orand Jury In the Newark jell on the
hue tiiat he wrote throatehlna latter!
to prMnt-elect Woodrow Wlutnn.
HeeJrtnan arreated Duhn with hi
hrothar Peter n.1 Heeler Davenport In
tne Hparla Mountalna In Huaeex County
and charae.1 them with writing the let
ter. I'tr Dunn nd Ihivenport wee
rll and have rurn.l to tha moun
tain. Trie letter tn Meekmen u:
united slat mrh1 : ifflo
neark n J .
heekman If duati la nt way ynu
will be aoot dead, we no you I've Id
jeraey city. yu will die tr.i day he
la sent away
from the mountain from the I pal
an you better eafa him"
Heekman eay the letter wa marled In
Newark night before laat and that tha
writing and mlatakea In apelllnet are lm
llar tn thoae In the letter addraaand to
BILL FOR SUNDAY BASEBALL.
Aaaeeahly Meaeare l.aawlleee Plor-
Ina of Aaaaiaar (eavaaea.
ALBANY. Jan. tf.-Aaeamblyman
Dennen of Brooklyn to-day Introduced
a bill lecallalng amateur baaaball
gamaa on Hundaya. All unreaaonabla
noli I forbidden. Oamri may be
played hatwrrn 2.10 and S.30 P. M.
This Magnificent Brass Bed
tc with c.uaraMitccd Lmpirc UnU Spring
FOK 1U DAYS ON TRIAL
BBD Name aad Addr
If Tea Deride t Keea the
r'all aad look over our tm
menee faotor line of De.ii.
over 100 new 111 patterne
lo chi.oee frem: i0 vln
auerenteed. Tear owe term
ar call la tae il
m call la Mm0ftmm Ckit 7
Maeelve k-laea Caatlaaeue I'.hmI Bree. Med. exactly like rati U
Empire Furniture Mfg. Co.
56-58 W. m SI., NEW YORK. N. Y. WJWUmJ.
arohj them all
The Smoothest Tobacco
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17 Minutes Grand Central to A. & Stationj, Hoyt St.
EllfS ALL OVER
arc coming surplus lots to
k sold at a sacrifice in price
for spot cash we urc rad
ically reducing prices on
our Winter apparel just
when you need it most
verily January is a wonder
ful month for the wise and
the thrifty and great
among the days of the
week i Thursday.
150 Womenfescs Underprlced
ax no I '
VnHV STYLISH EFF
variety of models takes
simply because they have
sow at onceand will be
hnl all sires in the assort
AND LESS THAN HALF
)RESSES for everyday wear In a
om stock and radically radiuvri
1 their time as models and must be
Inces. Not all sizes In each stvle
ck, navy, brown. NOW HALP
None C.O.D. or on approval.
Seraed finer, front. Ceatial Buadfaf.
Hi JP"128T9 STRBETWEST
Investigate the Satisfactory
Koch Club Plan
Of convenient payment on Car
pet, llucx, Linoleum, Furniture,
flewlnu Machlnew. ricturea,
partlrtilara ram Fluor.
Sx. Semi-Annual Sale of
Positively ihe Season's Most
Remarkable Economies. (Main Floor.)
All "KOCH QUALITY" men's wear. Can you
afford to pass it by?
89c NeirUflree Shirts. 58c
Or fl" ferctlt cloth. In imw colored and black ttrlpui cut coit ttytt, with
I V ae, ... ...11.
$1.00 Netrliiree Shirts. 68c.
NEW spring ftyles of Htrmony Pcrcal cJothi coat model, with ittachdd laun
dered cuffi; colon gtiaranteed not to fade by manufacturer Garner
Coaapaay; ece!lently tailored and laundered.
$1.25 Nerligee Shirts, 79c.
fftf fin, (oft Eden cloth, In plain and neet itrlpdd effect) ton turnbKk
W r...i-k -.... i.k ...k .ktmt mM. m tet.k.kt. iunifw mllif button
PVBW v m . , wiiu a a" a we."", emenw .
50c Muslin Niarht Shirts, 39c.
I CtlT full length and roomy i turpllee neck, with fancy trimming.
$1.00 Samole Pajamas, 79c
Of ltd colored chambray and ttrlped percale; dlk loop aad pearl button.
v (All ampl-he caldbrated "Plaaa" brand )
$2.00 Pajamas, 1.00
iN eaceptlonal offering of frefth, new. perfect "Plaaa" brand Pa)nu, of fin
A tllky mercertaed material i solid tint In light bit, pearl gray and light
also smart strlpesi all fear silk loops and ocean peari ptrnons.
$1.75 Flannel Pajamas, 1.00
EXTRA fine quality domet flannel pajamas; light grounds with fancy figures;
custom finish; with ttlk loop, pearl button; these are our regular U.7S
Palama. which, owing to the mild winter to date, we hare decided to offer at
I tfe above great prlce-conceolon. "P'. t" make.
Men's 1 pu Collars, li doz., 50c
rail the prevailing up4o-date stytes close-fitting, wing and straight; all clean,
tmtrt, perfect no "seconds:'1 every collar shrunk: superior laundry work;
alae correct tt stamped !4 and alias.
55c Silk Neckwear, 25c
MADE up from the short silk-ends of a manufacturer's output; SSc. Is the
price all over New York to-day; all new, smart designs of stripes, figures
and solid colors; wide open-end four-in-hand models; every man should buy at
nd '"so Blanket Robes, 1.75
I IN Jacqtiard effects, with cord girdle. You II do well to choose early. Rc-
II membc. J. So and 4 So values.
50c "Esco" Brand Silk Socks, 29c
DURE silk, in black and solid colors, with lisle wearing soles; all full-fash-
loned and worth 50c. a pair.
25c Cotton and Lisle Hose. 15c pr.; 2 prs., 25c
fOTTON and mercerised Stlk Lisle Hose black and solid colors. A big
Women's & Misses'
IN Plush, Quilted Line, Fine
1 Chinchilla, Doucles, Two
Tone Diagonals and all the lead
ing mixtures In new, smart
Sizes 16 and 18, for misses and
small women; 34 to 44 for women.
$11.95. 5.98 Si 4.95. 7.84
$2.5.oo.l2.50$j 2. 5o. 16.25
Over 15000 Fine
Garments MUST GO!
At Price Reductions from
$5.50 to $35
The complete reorganization of Hackett, Carhart & Co., Inc.
Retail, is under way a process made necessary by the recent re
ceivership. All stocks on hand must be disposed of immediately. Not a
single garment to bo-reserved. Counters must be cleared at once.
Even in the course of regular business this clearance would take
place. The season makes it necessary.
So there is a double reason for today 'a aale at the Hackett-Car-hart
stores. And values of double appeal are the sesult.
But aside from the wonderful aavings represented ignoring
the unheard-of prices for fine clothes the quality of Hackett
Carhart garments deserves first consideration.
The fabrics are of the most exclusive weavea from the leading I
mills of the world.
The tailoring ia of the same fineness that has stood supreme for
more than fifty-six years.
And the models embody the most approved atyle ideas of two
Moreover, each assortment ia aa fresh and complete today aa you
would expect to find in the best stores at the season's beginning.
There are over a thousand fabric designs in more than sixty
different models for you to choose among.
Clothes for every service for Business, Dress, Motor, College,
School, Travel and Storm wear. In sizes for men, young men and boys.
Reorganization Clearance Sale
Following are the lowest prices ever quoted on fine'
a a fx f 1
clothes in (New lone:
At Half Price
AND MOST POP
ULAR FURS in
the Mi dwinter
Clearance coats and
neckpieces and furs,
the most favored
styles and pelts,
at HALF PRICE
AND LESS THAN
WashO to $I.Q5
.AILVeSSBjfnd RlBsi" modelsTrnateritb
Suits, sizes 2 inJj1on2fuits, sizes 6 and 7 only.
Wyi? PPUUr DUtt0n wW
wear for little men on Winter dejflnd Pol the smart head.
Also a lot of worsted Mocy H r. . ,
blnatlons; regularly 50c., at aw com.
Serad fluot. mr, Eut Bulldta.
not all sizes, but splendid barn
Gun metal calfskin, lace style, oil
dium rouna toe ia; nzes 1 10 a.
Girls' $3.00 to
Patent leather, high cut strap San.
soles: sizes child's 0 to Urge girls' 6.
iles, welted and stitched, me
i toes and welted and stitched
8cun4 flu.. Wat auttolaa.
(l.N to 5.00 p. M. Thursday.)
(2i . loor.)
Including Chinchillas, Am
erican Wool Kerseys, Uroad-
t'loths lined throughout; some
trimmed with contrastinc
colors of plush and vehet. All
colors navy, red, tan, Co pen.
hagen. Sies 6 to 14.
More than ZiMMOfercrMts and
Suita Regular rlue.$15,y8,
$20 and $22.50. Are now
More than 300 Ovarcoata
and Suita Regular values
$20, $2150, $25 and $28. ..
Suits Regular aJues$25,$28,
$30 and $32.50. Are new...
More than 3,500 Overcoats
and Suits-Regular values $30,
$35, $37.50 and $40. Are now
More than 2,000 Overcoats
and Suits Regular values $40,
$45 and $50. Now
About 200 Overcoats $55,
$60 and $65 values.
Chiffon Blouses, $2.98
Reproduction of a $5.98 Model
ACCORDION plaited chiffon veiled over ecru
neck ; vest of shadow lace and wide ribbon banding,
showing through chiffon ; this is a reproduction of a
$5.98 model and conies in all the desired shades.
Crepe de Chine Blouses at $5.48
This season's most popular fabric, one a sstin striped
crepe de chine, sliirt model, with pointed collar and cuffs
of hemstitched white crepe de chine; another dressy
model of white with a combination vest of shadow lace
and squadron blue trimming. ej
$3.75 to $5.75 Sweaters. $2.46 and $3.06
Women's Sweaters, mannish and semi-fitted models,
wool and pure worsted; Byron or ruff necks, also Shaker
model, all finished with pockets.
Btoood flaor. ru, Caatial Bolldtna.
At He eac
Some are subject
Store orders onl
White and Col
fourth to a
Some are subject ti
or drop thread,
otton Huck Towels
part linen, large size
le to sell for 15c each.
h Mats i
Than Usual Prices.
rfectlons, such ss a stain
Irimental to wear. Prices
39c. to f 1.48
at floor, rtv. ' t BaiMtnc,
8c Apron Gingham, 5c Yard
2,500 YARDS of A. A S. specbl Apron Gingham,
in the iavorite blue and white checks, pure indigo
dye, fast colors. Store orders only and none CO.D.
Subav flow. Wat BulMlaf,
SAMPLE HALF I
in stripes and plak
Crocxs; some m pis
neeis ana toes.
cy lisle and cotton,
Tifures and side
nade with double
Coot. Uh i BuUdlaa.
Short Lengths of All Wool
with deep flounce
of eyelet embroidery.
Others with inserilons
aai4 tAmt of Inrchun
low neck with a.
enhroldered bi g O VC
inu rilrPVil. wsn
styles In high neck ...
mMBl NATIONS In s vj-
rlety of styles; trlmir.ed (2d
wtth mprot'Jwy. i- Fir.)
Hivn iim v at iai
QT fine lingerie .later.al; two of
the newest spring models;
handsomely trimmed with Inser
tions of fine Vsl. and Swiss em
broidery; M tucked sles'es. lace
26) Broadway Ml Broadway 1 19 Writ 42d St.. 154 Eait 125th St
Dear .namieri ai. imm hcuu,; ' . '","" as
Oppotite City Hall cr Union Square Upon evening upen cvrningi
Cigars 56 to Vi Underpriced
HIGH GRADE Porto Rico Cigars, hand made
and orriy the best of Porto Rico tobacco employed.
Govanss, large Perfect os, box of 50, at $2 40 Instead c!
Clear Havana Clgsrros, box of too, at SI. 20.
Valle Rico Commodores, Sox of 50, at $1.40 instesd of
13.00. Strwt floor. Hk'i Bldf .. Uort StraM.
roles, some all blade ;l
colors. Store orders I
pad, in black and
A FTbR the most successful Jsnusry
n Sale In our hlstorv. we Una a
great number of short lengths In
pieces of ivii 2, 1 snd i'A yards,
which we shall offer to-morrow st
far below the regular price. Here Is s
rsre chsnce to pick up Serges, Pans-
mas, Cheviots, Broadcloths. Fsncy
Suitings snd Blsck French Voiles st
Vslues up to gt.4V per ysrd.
39c, 49c, 59c
Of striped seersucker or fine
percsle; in s choice assor'ment of
pretty stripes; well msde, fronts
with Isrge tsllored plslt:.
a s with Ureii Oondi. Ih isine con.
rfltlun nblalm In Colored Wash
rsbrks. You'll find greatest money,
svlng ensnces nere jito in vouei,
i jltitlDiieltrs. rer.a:e inagnams,
Pongees snd Silk Wsrp Tusuhs.
Values up to 5'ic.;
Couch with Every
Purchaaa of SM
$3.00 Down on ISO.
70 - 100.00
10.00 M ' 150.
Japanese Silk Quilted Vests, $1.29
Japanese silk quilted Vests, $1.29. Black with
white, black wirti lavender and all black, sleeveless.
Vests With Sleeves, $1.98
Jspsnese silk quilted Jackets, 2 98 Standing military
cottar, silk frogs fastening the front.
8cotul floor. But Bonding.
Toilet Needs Underpriced
A. 6t S. Buroma Toilet Soap, highly perfumed,
rejriilarlv 24c, at 19c. a cake.
A. & S. Albacreme, a liquid powder for beautify
ing the skin, regularly 39c., at 29c
8"jl rwor. front. 0atn BoUdtaa.
ONE OF THE BE:
offer at anvthint like
from a laree manufacn
the few sets that were ti
r.nd prttt - patterns in
7c to 30c Washabli
Plstt. Val., Point de Paris,
and fancy filet Edges and I
ror trimming 5pring and Si
5c and 7c Torcl
A lot Of Fdt ni4 li...
wide; splendid for trlmmlni
have had to
cd to clean up
ted. All dainty
, cotton Cluny
to 3 Inches
25c Sanitary Dr
APRON STYLE, marl
Seamless Sanitary Towd,
vaiue 3X, at ZQc.
(in a box,
25c and 49c Beauty Sets, 10c
NOVELTIES IN BEAUTY SETS, made of tiny
roses; centers of rhlnestones; others of velvet; also
some silk Neck Fixings.
Stmt floor, .Mnr Cwitnl BulMUf .
A SAMPLE LOT of I irK.
and Corset Covers, some
heavy. Store orders only.
The Great Winter Furniture Sale Begins on lfsext
January uiti i uetails Will Be Printed in Sundi
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