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THE IV1NIN0 WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
MRS. HARRY THAW
SO POOR SHE CAN
the Mil and promisee! to pay. Antna
the article mi , ink stapil for $.T,
ahlch Mr. Thaw contended wee .n sr
IMt of nerese'ty and not en article of
iuaury. After the mistrial the case was
added to the January calendar and
H'ne up to-day for adjudication.
RIDE IN A TAXICAB
Htr Lawyer Tells Court, In
Jeweler's Suit, That She
Has No Resources.
frtia prorrerWal emintry church mouse
eanrpwad about In the luxurlaa of 11 fe
whan oomtmrad to the distress of mrnej, j
hoay and purse wWsh tin. overtaken
Evelyn KesWt Thaw, wife of Harry
Kendall Thaw. Mo said Mrs. Thaw'a
lawyer. John lUelly, to J istlce Qreen In
4he Cltr Court to-day whan the aecond j
trial of the ault nronirht by the Qor
aam Company, JwHtri, to recover
H.M1.IS from the former actreaa, win j
"Mra. Thaw waa not In rourt. but her
lawyer elated ahe unfortunately found
heraelf en Impoverished as to be unable
o bear tho expenses of defending; the
Ion. She was not able even to engiu-'e
a taalrab to ride down to the court to
ae what was to happen to the Mull,
which h oonienda was wronjrly lodged
'. ilnst her Instead of her husband.
i "I understand tha defendant la wf.
Hua to agree to an lnfincrt," aald Attor
fncy Julius Offenbach, who appeared fof
Itha Jewelry house.
I "That Is ru'te correct, sir," said I.niv-
frer Kellly. "My client tlmls herself In
uch reduced clr iiniatances that aho
,'im not abla to bear the burden of a aec
ond trial. 1 will consent to an In'iucst
and Judgment nun Inst my client under
' these circumstance"."
J An ln'iueat wa dire, led by the court,
I and to-morrow or the doy after Mr.
(Offenbach may ccmu Into court and
present the Oori.'iiu "ompany' case
and obtain a judgment against Mrs.
Thaw for the fu'.l amount, together
with costs i"id Intercut. An execution
will then follow, nnl It may be that
Mra. Thaw will he brought o court on
a aubpnena In supplementary proceed
ings, whero ho will be examined as to
any aaaet alio may have. It will he
found, Lawyer Rellly said, that ahe hns
nothing at all, and that her Income,
which waa reported to he $1,000 a
month about the time of her huahand'a
conviction, haa dwindled to almost
The onse "was tried Dec. 2, UU be'o.-n
a 70 ry whl'h disagreed nftr b"lng out
several houT. The .lurors weie not able
to agr,e aa to whether ahe or Thaw
was reapons.Mo for articles purchased
from the Oorham Companv by Mrs.
Thaw at the time he:' husband WM I"
the Tcjnba awaiting trial. Mr. Thajsy
olalmed that while t ie account etood In
her name her husband had autnorlA',1
SAYS "ARSON TRUST" GOT
$500,000 IN CHICAGO.
CinfAOO, Jan in -Joseph Clarke, a
lire Insurance adjuater. Haa been In
dicted, charged with bribery. Clarke la
accused of offering a bribe of 11,000 to
Edwin J. Rnhnr, an Assistant Slate's
Atiorne, to prevent the Indictment Of
Covltx Brother, accueed at arson,
Mate's Attorney Hoyne says he haa evi
dence to show that an "Arson Trust."
made up of fire Insurance adjusters and
firebugs, had obtained HW,N0 through In
cendiary fires and Insurance collections
In the last alz months.
lie also said that the "Arson Trust"
haa been operating with the knowledge
of the Insurance companies. Because of
the large number of tnoeadtary fires In
Chicago, Mr. Hoyne said, the insurance
companies are enabled to charge enor
mous rates for inauranoe and ao In
crease their business.
A. A. Bach. Chief Deputy State Fire
Ma vis!, said:
"There are three men In Chicago
known as insurance adjusts who
often get tn fires before the firemen.
They sleep with their rlothea on, have
automobiles In readiness and, rscolvlng
lips that a lire la about to be started,
are on their way almost before an alarm
comes In. Often we am Informed days
in advance of when fires are to be
started. In that way we are able to
prevent many blazes."
(From the Wiehlwtnn sn i
"Do you think grand opera ought to
be sun,- In Kngllsh?"
"I don't know." replied the plain,
everyday person, "hut I am sure the
choruses of some of these ragilme songs
ought to he "
$15 BANK CLERK
ADMITS HE FORGED
Harahoe and His Frail Wife
Have Sad Parting in
JneepH KaraJhne, eahe drew a aalarv
of 111 a wash upon whloh to support a
wtfe and child, after aeveral years eer
vlee as clerk for Che banking house
of naatman, PHIon Co., No. Tt Broad
way, pl, aded guilty to-day before Magis
trals Freest In Centre Street Court to
n charge of forgery made by hln employ
era He waived examination and waa
held In 11. km ball.
Mra. Harahoue, a frail brunette, who
fainted when Informed over the tele
phone of her tiueband'e arrest, was n
court. Aa Raratioa walked into the pen
on his way to the Torrrba ahe etepped
close to hint and held h!a hand for n mo
ment. Accountants are examining Hera
hoe'a booka to ascertain tha exact
amount of tha ahortage.
He waa called rrrnn his work into the
private office of Walter C. MoCIara, a
member of the ftraa, and taxed with mis
appropriation of his employers' money.
While the unfereii,Vwas on a private
detective am' other members of the
Aim walled in the main office. Iie I
In the even. Of llarohue and McClurs
came out. Harohoe ass paie and J
'Iwo taxleahs were called. Tn one Mc ,
Clure, Harohoe and the defective
climbed. Three other men got into to.
aecond. and the drlvere were told to go
to Police Headqvartera
There Harohoe was taken before
t,lct. Fogarty and aharged by MoClure
with forgery In the third degree. The
specific charge was falsifying, the books
on Oot. 10, IMS, to cover up an alleged
rhaft of OT.
While the charge waa being made
Harohoe, who Is thlrty-Bve, with a
wife and are child living at No. no
Hoyt atreet, Brooklyn, stood with bowed
head. Suddenly turning to Lieut.
Kogarty. he said;
"Can I have your permission to call
up my wife by telephone?"
"No," replied Fogarty. "but I'll oall
her for you."
Harohoe gave him the phone number
of a neighbor In Brooklyn and when
Mra. Harohoe came to the phone Fogar
ty told her aa gently aa possible that i
her husband waa under arreat. There
came a screem aver the wire and for
a time there waa alienee. Then a man'a
voice sounded He said:
Ulr. Harohoe haa Just met with
some great shock. Whs haa fallen un
conscious and tl being carried to her
own home acroae the atraet What
have you aald ta her that haa caused
Immediately after being revived Mra.
Harohoe put on her hat and coat and,
acreamlng, "I am going to Joe."
daehed from tire house end went to
Headquarters. There atie waa per
mitted to aee her huahand for a few
"DELAYED IN ARRIVAL,
ely girls J
t night, '
Throng at Railway Station Dis
appointed When Expected
Train Falls to Get In.
The second tratnload of paasngera
rescued from the wrecked steamer t.'ra
ntum. which Kent on the Nova Scotia
rocka laat H.indey did not arrive In
New York at I o'clock this morning,
when I hey were ezpeetsd. deverel hun
dred persons aeaemWed at the Urand
Central Htatlon awaiting the train, and
railroad officials ea!d It prooahly would
arrive rarly this afternoon. The delsv
caused more mpatlence among the
crowd of malting fr'enda and relatives
than was manifested even last night,
when after waiting since Tuesday night
for their friends and relatives many
were disappointed when the train dl.l
come tn and tlioee whom they Bought
were not on it. It had been expected
fha Aret train would bring all of tht
Uranium peasengere but instead last
night's srrlvala numbered only IK, while
the remainder, HO. were said to be on
the trsin due to-day.
The various Immigrant aoclelles rep
resented laet night were also repre
sented to-day. Miss Bosenherg. from the
Clara da Illraoh Home at No. IN Sec
ond avenue, who took four lone!
tram the train lo the home la
ass sksIii M hand to care for anv 1m-
migrant women nt met hy reepnnslMe i
people Hies I'eila tlreeosleln of the i
Council of Itwll i Women, who u.n, ,y I
serves on Hilla larSSe ai the et.
thin I h.islmllar capacity, aa was itaol
.lo'in I. ullarSsM of the North Ann r
han Civic League. Aslt nt la-.en-ger
Agent Jacob Knurman of tht I ran
lum Stesmshlp onpany was present tn
snpsrlntend the work of his rompanv,
and lmnilgratlon Inspectors Philip
Cowan and Patriot O'Neill, with ssslst
ants. were on hsnd to offer f' lendlv an
pervlaton of the "landing" of the immi
grants. Value Leg at Mare Than I. He
A Jury before Supreme Co.irt Jusil.-e
Siapletnn of llronklvn ysster hiy gave a
verdlot of tl.KVt to Harry lole of No.
KM DuftlrM street, that borough, Ip hie
ault against the Coney Island and Brook.
Ivn Hatlroad Company. Imyle'a right
teg was broken a Smith atreet car. I
Mrs. Msrgaret Dillon recovered thai
smallest verdict returned yeaterdsy In
Kings Coiin.y. Shs sued to recover j
l-.o from the city for the dea'h gf
her husoand, l&lward Dillon, snd go:
una oot thb oh.
IProni tha Kseln in. 0.) BeeUaaaa I
The young wife of a Kh-'o (B. C
man, eeho le not especially aweel-tm-pered,
one diy n.pprwie1ied her lord
concerning toe metier of llrtl or ao.
"I'd like lo let you have It, my dsar,"
'egan the huslnd, "but the fact ta I
haven't that iiunt In the bank fhta
mornVnir that la to ear, I haven't that
amount to apu e. In much ua I must
take up a note for 1200 this nftc-noon.''
"Oh, wry well, .limes'" . , nlt wife,
with an ominous calmness. ' f you
thmk the man aho liolds the note can
in ike things any better Mr roa i an I
rn wh do aa you aey, James."
Annual Sale in Progress
9,500 Lingerie Waists
Values from l$ to J4 Regular Prices
2.00 2.45 2.95 3.75
4.85 5.75 6.95 7.85
Tailored Madras Waists . . 2.2d
Regular Price $.1.60
Tailored Linen Waists . . 3.75
Regular prices $$M and $7.oO
Tailored Slk Waists . . . 4.85
Regular pfUm t? and $10.00
22 to 26 John Forsythe 34th St.. West
It Make Little U'ltlrrfncr What You Need -A World "Want" Will Go Git N.
Friday and Saturday
Oheerse our valuation and price of some
of the mingle Mtme Diamond Hinge" o
be olfared at this ealei
Ladles' Rina i Gaats Rlnns
Vaia.ti.rn. Pat Prise. I yaliartUia. Our Price
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inn.iM). .... no
I III. III! 711
lH.inonda nurrnased from ua eaa be et
changed as full value or returned for cash,
Irea ten per ceni.. SrlQUn ope year.
Tltla w.ll hi tbe rrrntrMt 8al of I)lHinini1
i( 111(11 vM'er know 11 In thU nnmtry, Kttt-h
iiini ewry one will he ftoltl w H H our bill of
tale, which U irnuruii(e you tbttl noue of
I hem enn ht Unplli-uli'il. rn.:f fur icruil,
for It thmi Till i inorr tlmn our irlrn hy
Hia wholrftatltt or retll JmviIUt In the
lilt til Mutt-. la i IK t,.t yuu will ftml
oftf-unm lr urut llaitiHiiul fur M Iti timl
Mt I fb ; oni-hii'r rur.it IHuniuiuN fur t,
X.'tO. I til iul Oiii ,ti ii : I it. .iiii.n ;
lor r!.al, Hti unit r iilll 4 in- mill or;.-
Itulf I'urul lhmtiiMU frum -T unwunl, All
mrm tiiull M rbMi. qMlltjr uul miIkIi(
uniitci J. v will I'Miletsti tin- (lllierciit
iiM.I to uu -huuluK (hrlr dlfffri'acc lu
lh rulur, ituulit uuil rtttllaari hUu Kurtr
nii(r thf ...hiulinii ur what fou "HI hiivn
to tor h fin ul i nil JfuHi-.t Mtii' v
Till- I" '' l.'-.'sff-t !" Wraft lot t .SiMil.it
lilaniniitt Iflnick i' I'Vt-r h to t.Mt i ilni
liiK lliu thiii-n- J.rs wr liavo hold Dla
inaula lh rsi i i I tii i itu iiiiucr from tin
lllamotiil lUltiiiK iuiIIm mi I tiroiif, Uliil Wt
piotn--'- to tU Hi'' ttttblttl lb I'l'Ui-flt u:
tlrm. ' pOl 11 '' ' ' tilfwt I1m-
inoml Itmy- to IM.iMiniMt 1' iiiurlfm. M hlMf
ktl or U'ltll Jw lit r. 'I lit- ttulc U nlrh-tlv
for tli" iihlh't .mil r re., tw tho rluhl u
not KfMlruT t Rttf nne ninnf ti l with lb
IIIaViiioimI or .ft'wHn trad. Vnu hould
uihe advuntiWt ' bU uilr ut once. Thrr
ur nu ituiili ' - nd urn rlirtlun nuidt
now will In rMriJ lor 3011. Vir hai tin
tutu -t toi'k of Ptamamd Hlmm in n.
orldi ou uii aril i.turl Itl.iMM, ol tin 111
In jnr window M MOM I v. UVrV 11
minion dnlhif woilh f IMuiiiund ar In
iilaln klW ut ujt cbtuhli-lun-iit and worth
Loinif mil" Iff '' 11 1m 'ndur;iil
hp1' our o .ndow dU;d:iv of orr half
CHARLES A. KEENE
m aQ-fk lmnorliT of li itii'nid.
loU Broadway, New York
Tlie fifty-two Player-Pianos adver
tised below are guaranteed for five
yesra In a Warranty Bond which goes
with each instrument, signed by both
the manufacturers and nuiselvas. The
positive fi'tarantee rrflecU the ab
solute contidence we hold in the instruments.
T In New York's 1 Shopping Center
0 Nehl-Adams Co.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street
Positive Protccti do
ut ilste f i urrhase
v, 1 1.1,1 nil days
we will fake linrk .nv I'lknn i,
I'laim piirchasec nl ua sml rrfn fa 'try
penny pslil us wlthnui fimsttne..
Wtinln one year of ilsie i( nurchaae,
purchaser may exclianae Ma plann for
any other Instrument of sany ur hlalier
price on our floors, an. I a ,i mt ,
made on first instrument ir, he credited
against, the eecoml.
In the event of the deals nf purcaaeer
all reniaintna payinente wllltw voluntarily
A Real "Bargain Event" in
The Plain Facts of
FIFTY-TWO NEW SUPERB $550 PLAYER -PIANOS,
guaranteed for five years, each to be sold
immediately on the most liberal payment terms at . .
Five times fifty eager purchasers will rise up in quick
response to this plain statement of fact. How very happy
we would be if there were five times fifty of these magnificent Player-Pianos
to gratify the response.
$1 W us emphasize the reality: Fifty -two splendid $5.50
Player-Pianos will be sold immediately at four hundred
m and ten dollars each, with a first payment privilege of only
4l.mtw-,kaW five dollars thp IimImiipo tn hp nji.i.ftr (Wt nor vvim L
"era. sj -mr h a ava ai W W aVW JJ mm l W V I " I
This sale began this morning and will
continue until the fifty-two instruments are
sold. But there are only fifty-two of these
instruments, remember, and to get one pos
itively, at these specific terms, will require D
nromnt nrt?rln nn vrrnr nnrt iCrWCCK
rawilisl ar eae MeOsirlea.
No Interest to Pay; 9 Rolls of Player-Piano Music FREE
Book of Piano
Fill Out and Mall This Coupon
New VnrL t.'ity:
flca-e .end me your liouk of pianu
photographs, It is uuUrrsdioa that
i In request places Die under no
( ily and Slute
O'Neill's Piano Store has become known a "the place where one an buy a
piano on convenient payment terms at its actual price." Interest is the grett Re
ceiver. It has been said that if Adam (the 1st) hud invest il one dollar at 6 in
terest, his "estate" to-day would be worth more money than there is in the world.
Competitors have said, "you charge the interest into your price." Do we?
Compare our no-interest prices with onr competitors with-interest prices.
O'Neill's Fiauo Store charges no interest. The price we pay is the price you
pay. No "small rate of interest" to deceive you,
For one of these $550 Player-Pianos we ask you topay $5 at first, and then
$2.00 per week until four hundrefl and ten dollars have been paid. That is
the whole price no more, no less.
THK expense- of PI aver-Piano music rolls haa. ttWeU
been a barriei to many eople who could actually
afford the piano hiil could not afford the con
stant cost of good rolls. We have swept this ohjec
tion entirely away.
First, we give you nine roll of I'layer-Piauo
music with the Plaver-Piano.
yvm- T in New York s a Chopping Center
0 Neill-Adams Co.
Sixth Avenue, 20th to 22d Street.
Second, allow yini to cxcliniiKf lbM nine rolU as often m you please, at a cost .of only
five cents per exchange
Third, all Play! PiaiM OWflars art altowed tuis mMM privUtfltJ that is. they mav purchase
anv ttuaic rolls 111 utir ituiiiciisc stix k a! Jril.OO mt mil, reardlt'is of list prices Csolo-style Artist
Record Music Jtolls eWtfited) and then MohtDgt us often as they pJou.se on puyiueut of t lie A-cent
TUESE Pluyer-Pianos ure of puitictiJorly fine construction. The thing which i constructed to
embody high piupose is usually constructed to endure long use. One feature of thefte
Player-I'ianos Mill do fur nn illustrat ion ; the tracker-liars of all flayer-Pianos arc couuet:tcd
with tlii pneumatics hy means of tubing. I siially this tubiiiK is of rubber, for e. onomi
al reasons. In these flayer-fiaiion vai are teUiag you of, this tublnf is lead jierfect for ils
purpose and practically indcstmiclible. Tlie life of rubber tubing is seldom more than one year.
The life of lead tubing is forever. You can play splendidly on one of these Pianos the very first
tune you sit down to it. ou tieril nut know the alitfktest thing
ahnut music. Natiiiully vim still play with murk better "exprea
ifaa" sftrr you are hetter arquaiutrtl with the Player-Piano, but
you can play well at Hie first altrropt. It is sinipty a matter of
psyinii anil then the balsiue at only 12 a weak. It is the
esaieat way in the aorlii to buy a l'laer-Pian. ami the most
auti.lertory. Will you he nne f tin- lirst purchasers, or will you
be Ike Afltt ami be ditiipinintrit?
t I J
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