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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1913.
LURED INTO HOTEL I feigned insanity
dv nn DCQDnwnrwT AND FOOLED DOCTORS
Ul UU.LU, UMULMI,
IS HUBBY'S DEFENSE!
TO DODGE JAIL TERM
LANGUAGE IN THE AIR,
TO ORDER HIS SON TO ALSO WHISKERS, WHEN
A MILITARY SCHOOL MARSHAL WENT FREE
Wife's "Gentleman Friend"
Responsible, and He Innocent
Partv. He Declares.
OlWLfged Mm Admill De
ception That Tricked a
I )uen Alienists.
Young Hernandez Says He Woman Claimed He Had
Wants to Slay Here and Broken Her Arm, but Break
Fight Mother's Will. Proved to Be an Old One.
That he liirr.l Into a trail by hie
wife' "gentleman friend." o that he
rnrht be found In a portion whloh
would warrant her . (naming a divorce.
I the anwr mtili to Mra. Ethal
Hoehn'e divorce anil against Kmeet
K. Rhn. 'cgun !, bafnte JuatVa
McTall and a Jury In tlia Hupreme
I'eurl f'h- huahand chargea I hem
with allegatlnne of intrtg je. bark of
wUleh, he allege, waa Arthur J. Mr
Sarlay, alao know n aa "Arthur Da-,
In hi anwer. Rnahm. who la an I
leerrleal contractor In tha Bronx. '
named MoSntlry aa co-respondent Thai
nam at tha "other woman" In Mra. I
lloehn'g twtt li not dlarlowad. Tloahn !
Inatata he allll lm a Ma wife, but aa- i
aarta Mm wlahea their marriage dla-,
aalvetf ao that aha may wad MoSorley.
a eon tran i i,b plumber, with whom, ha I
awaara. ahe la infatuated
Roehn' lawyer. I. N. Jarobau. ul
mltle.1 Roehn and two women were
dlacoNarrd In a room In th Park'
Hotel on the night of July SI. 1111, by
Mra. Rnehn and a detective, but ha
declare MrHerley waa alao a member
nf the parly and had Induced him to
ero to the hotel. The lawyer aaertd
lie would prove Rnehn waa "let Into
the hotel under a erheme devlaed for
the expreeaiHt purpna of putting Mra.
I to he, in a poaltlon to aua for a di
vorce." lie denied Roehn had violated
hie marriage vowa then or at any other
The lawyer told of an incident laat
aummer when Roehn went to Sullivan
'aunty, accompanied by hie father.
After Roe nn departed Mia. Roehn met
Mra. Srullv. ., friend, and told her. it
la alleged, that ah waa r.iing on An
aalo ti1p fur two Of three daya with
' Mr. Drarow" and waa afterward gnln:;
I Sullivan County to meet her husband
In "Iearow"a" rar.
Mr". Roehn went to KulUvan County
with Mra. ran, atayed two daya and
atari. d for New Tnrk In "Dainia'i"
rat. because It waa "ton lonesome, "
Kaehn alleges. Instead of going to New
York the patty drove lo Delaware Water
lap. It HI -hared. Mra. Scully left
klel parly there and Mra Roehn an.!
! r w." jreo: ding to the lawyer, re
mained over night
On hla return to New York. "Dae
rw" Invited Roehn to take a ride and
leoueet.d that ale "leave the women
fsfka out " Thar went to the Qwrtiian
Village on Weat Fortieth elreet aiid
there met two women. According la
.'aoubaon, "Pegrow" piled Riwin with
drlnka. When Rovhn waa "all In," aa
he etatee, the party of four went to tne
letal. where "Kearow" elgned hlmeelf
"and wife." Rue.in refuaed to regis
ter and rfa nrld he .mild nut have I
drlrdi utile! he did ao. "Dearuw," ha
aaeate. look hla arm and he'ped l.lm
a.-raal enmerhlng on the reglater which
i an moled "wife." Then the four re
tired to room and were found there by
Mr. Huelin and a friend.
With a t.road g-ln nn hid nci Marry
Trayloi a on -lawKi'd II. .wiry pnnian
dlr ii l-n tied to-day In tin Co nt (
lenernl ftaeioT, thai he r.xded half n
doarn ullinlata Int., fat hiring- Mm In
eane lat fall He kvl up the decep
tion for n Iknii- In Minlmttan State
Hospital. Bejl grow .nreleee and the
doctors tliera diew a confcagbin from
Tnaylor wear Arretted laM 'if,l for
doatroylng the wlndnwe and moat of the
glaaeware In a Rower y galnon beiauae
the proprietor had refuged him a free
drink. Three data after hla arrwat '
waa aent to Mi pv itlOMlllM watd pf
Halleviie lloapltal nn the recommenda
tion of fir. Frank Magulre. the T. mi'-a
phyatt'lan. who aald he had hypnehon
driaoaJ deilualon. one o whleli waa
thai hla brain iul allpped down Into
Dr. Oregor an I hla alaff In the pay
.hopathli ward reported that Trnylor
waa Inaane lr lame" MOHUI Bl Nn. 101
Waal raajhtlwth alreet. and lar H V
Shapiro of So. 1M7 Madison avenue,
epeclally nppntnted to examine Trlor,
reported him ne.U'" Ha ' aent lo
Manlwltan tate lloapttal.
Dr. Wllllwm Mab.n. aupi-rintaridexit ut
the hoepllal. aem n reinirt to Jude Ro
aalaky In-day that Traylnr had never
been craxy end that Traylor admitted
the nxct. He aald he hid worked In an
Ineane aayWam "and knew about the way
rraxy people not." When he waa lia'ked
hi. for wrecking the aal.ion he waa
afraid he aanuld be eent lo the peniten
tiary, where he would have to worn, an
he ahammed InwanttN A he haa been
deprived of hla lloerly for live month
Judge Itoealaky dlw harged him
Want Aid Aaalnai Hrlajanda.
T. PirrHRHIII'IKI, JaJi. H.-Th
I'niled Statej Ooaattl at H.i rl.ln. Mnn-
i..,.i- unA rhe nai'iiaaa fjonaul ha.'e
mad revreeentaliuni to UMtf Mlulaleii
In Peking calling Mtlentloii to the necei--:u
nmiMitiaa tride in Manchuria
agalnt the Increaelnn hi igan.'age there,
i,v,ipd M to a aeaviitcn in me r.u..e
vrn.v The Hourae Committee of
Harbin at the aame time made almllur
rep'eaeitatlonj la the Huaalan Mthlater
STORM TIES UP CHICAGO.
Meeel Traffic Badly Hampered kr
Heavy rail of taaw.
CHICAOO. Jan. J'.-A oeavy enow
alarm greatly Impeded trafflc In thla
city to-day With trolley wrlree and
tnnd rails coated with pBpxf and elret,
atrrel cara barely more than crawled
over their rniitee, and thuiieanda nf
prraona we e late In reporting at their
vgrloua Uieki. Tclegrap.i wlrva were
afleutrd, although not demoralised.
Mater llernandx of No l.indei
ne,iiie. nutlciah. In the Flnthuah Court
to-day linked ptapiltralf Dylan to eend
hla mi, Walter, to the Mount I'leaaant
Military Academy Mr Heinandex la a
man of wealth Uealdea hie handaome
home In Flatliuali he hla a PMltd in the
AJ tor M OHM and a big atnte In New
iirl.ana He aaya hla aon. who la acven.
teen yeare old. la PMPffMIMOi aniokea
clgarettea, rldei In automol.llea and H
beyond cnntr.c He won't go to a houl
and he won't work
The liy, queetloned hv the Court,
.aid Ihftl he waa willing to go to tht
He l.a Halle Academy. In Fifty-ninth
atreel. At thla juncture Mra. Kllxaheth
ItoCaba, who leva been caret, ikee of
the I. in. l- n avenue home for elghtnen
"Tell the court. 1 aha aivld, why you
don't wont to go to the Mount Pleaa
Max I at rate ttPlM looked up In Mr
I" lee. but Hi .ned iiueatlonlnKly to the
toy. Walter aald hla mother hnd died
In laat November and that ahe had left
all her eatate, .ivmprialng ahout half a
million dollara, to hla father, cutting off
each of the three chlldiiii with Kv He
aald hla elater. Mra. (Ira e Voorhlea Of
New fh-leana. had Wrought a.ilt cnnleat
Ing the will .ii. .1 aaklng for an aeeniint
!ng of their inother'a money IJno.OUO of
which had been nn depoelt In banke of
New Drleana. Hla father, he aald. had
aent hla vounxer elater, Juanlta, to
Brentwood College on f.jng laland.
The win he aald. enrnee irp for pro
hate on Jan. 27. and he waa afraid that
If he were ten I to the Mount Pleaaant
A l lerny he w i lid not tie Tierinjtl.il to
e eve there to appear court to teatlfy
for hlnutelf nnd hla alelera.
Mag-lelrnte Dylan v-l that Walter
mini go to Mount I'leaaant by Frlda
nasi or he would xnd Mm la an for eix
monffihe. He !ntnctl Mr. M "a.io
to InveaBgxtc and report aa tn wlo-tlicr
he would he permitted to leave the
Academy to attend court.
I The corridor of the Criminal Courta
I BulklbYi PtilaMa Ika MaaTkttrata'i court
wee full of laiafbapT WhlPlMrl and
torn olotliltig for a ewlft 1 ni.ilng five
I mtnuteg to-lay w hen Magl-triite Fre. hi
i dtemlaaed the i-ompl ilnt of Mra. Ina
Welnateln of No. Ji Ja-kaon alreel
ngnliiat I'ejiily City Mnrahal Daniel II.
I Mre. Welnateln recently fulled lo py
I .everal Inatalmenia on a aewlng tna
I chine which ahe had bought, aa one of
! tier nelgblxwa put It, "on the extortion
ptan '' t'olemnn waa aent to get the ma
chine. The deputy marahal took the ma
I chine, but only by ualng force. Mra.
: Coleman had him arreated, eaylng that
' ha had broken her arm In prying the
aewlng machine sway from her. Her
arm wa Iti a elltig. A ehort etatn.
I ination convlncad I ha Maglatrata that
I Mra Welnateln'a arm had been broken
; aeveral weeka ago.
Mra. Welnateln lea'-he-l the corridor
I ahead of the deputy marahal. W ien he
appeared In the oorrMof ahe let fly nt
tdo face with hci flat Her iielgliliora,
I of whom nearly fifty had BOtaQIPaJltad
ther to rourt, piled on Colemnn w.-x
! thrown to t ie floor mid the iijitilaco
wna taking hla clothea off In email plecee,
plucking out hla hair and w-hlak' r nnd
1 rearranging Ida fenturer when Detective
Wllltama dived In lo tlie reacue.
Tha tic itlnx awkrm roll-d and ol.-k -I
llta way down to the banement. There
four uniformed policemen waded In with
(lata and blllhta and re. Ud Coleman and
Dvenlaidy ruahed bank to court tn ar
(dy for new werraute. hut Maxlatrnte
il'reachl had gone lo lunch. The helllg
oretrta camped out In the corridor to
await hla return
lie. neakewlti lo Rpruk.
Dr. Henry Moekowlts. acalnl worker
nn.l lender of Mad'.r.in Houae, will de
liver an addreaa neat Thuredny nlwht
nt o'clock In the I'ariah Houae of
ti Angela' rnarah, Mo. :"i Waal
i iteenth ttrett. He will d:. uaa the
lt.iard of .Sanitary Control, which haa
none much to j iron rove condltlona among
re'torlea In thla city
The eplrndtd rtrirlca mad: in
the part by the
CHILD DOESN'T RECOGNIZE
WEEPING MOTHER IN COURT.
Mr. Powell Sues Husband to Kc-
pkl the Custody Of Her
l ittle Girl.
Ten pearl ago Mat It Fiecman Powell
of the Third t'SMsd Mlatee Cavalry met
And moti Mlaa HalM Vate. then a
blla of Dreenwlch Village, when ahe
wa aprndlng n MicaMon at llurllngton,
V't. To-uay In .luatlce (iieenliauma
Co irt they aat t, w f. rt apart ex-
hanainR hoatlle slancaa. un the fatiier a
Knee aat a prpttj little girl, at hla aide
aat a atard) lad of eight Their mother
Ii tha defendani in imr . n-i auit
for a divorce.
The little gtrl, Kihel, five yenra edd,
wna hroug-lit Into court m a writ of
habeas corpua gued out by the mobher
to --ngaln the ciia-ody of the child. The
boy la In hla father'e poaaeaelon To-
lla V'i To 'e'l edl nir. which arm ...r.r.Al
.lo tn e Newlwirger to be decided lo-mor-
" e ..... u. oiu.iy eooria ma.le by
the mother to recover the euatody of
When tie divorce action waa brought
more than a year ago the father oh.
talnod an order from Juatlce ilerard
awarding him the child. Latter Mra
Powell gol an order from luetl' e Ne-.y-
huruer nllouiriK her Ilia rual.Hlv ..r Li...t
The father'e lawyer told Juatice (Ireen-
natim tnat tne original order had not
been vacated hut offered to altfiilraa n
ordera If Mra. Powell' attorney woild
do Hkrwlae nn.l leave the ciielo.lv of
IJthel to Juatlce (ireenhaum'a dtai-retlon.
Mre Powell'a lawyer refuaed the chal
lenge and the caee waa referred to rl.e
Little Fthel and her brother walked
within a few (eet of their mother wl'h
out iccngnlzliur the weeping woman.
ftr bear asal
Mm not drugs to stupefy.
SCOTTS EMULSION feed, the
nerve cettars bacasse it it tkt
ssssdcs of body-BoarissmeBt.
No alcohol or drug. u-m
xm in nit rn Mi l urpr
wjihuut dlecount ii.ii premium
"ffera and the lllte. demnnitrxtea the
atrenatli and b.-auty of the Inatrti
ment llaelf. We have nothing to
offer hut a lerltlmaie Inairumrnt at
a legtllniate price. The Ilehnlng can -not
t.e rertUra fn price li,-Huee tha
aaklng nrlre la the arlltng price and
la n"t "atnffed."
atyle Ml at fT.in Style SI Swimi
Hlyle M StHWO Style S3 at SIMM!
Convenient Termi. Send tor Literal urr
49C FIFTH AVENUE
TtJ Entr,oce S8th 8li( N Y
QUIT CALOMEL 1
Thouaanda Are Turning; from
Thlo Dinjaroua Druge.
A Vg-tabi Subatltut lo
Ollvo Tablet for the Llvor.
Dr. F. M. l-dwtrdi a prominrnl ohvaician
of Ohio, hai dierovered a new laxative aod
liver toner in a combination oi vegetable
material!, mixed with olive oil, which ii in
effect tlmott exactly like the old and un
trualworthy calomel, except that there are
none of the bad after effects of cihymel.
Dr. Edwards has long been the foe of calomel,
though hi recognized its value along with its
His diitruat of I lie uncertain drug even
tually started him years ago towards ti
prriments with the view of discovering a
substitute, and he is to-day in possession of
the long sought for combination, which ii
in the shape of a little sugar coated, olive oil
TV results of 17 years' experience and
practice are embodied in these marvellous
They an called Dr. Edwards's Olive Tab
lets. They oil the bowels, and their effect
on the liver has been the means of relief to
many of Dr. Edwards's regular patients, aa well
aa to thousand! of others who have suffered
and wera afraid oi calomel.
They are gentle in the.r action, vet alw.v.
effective. They bring about that exuberance
of spirit, that natural buoyancy which should
be enjoyed by every one, by toning up the
liver and clearing the system at harmful im
purities. 10c and 25c per box.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus. 0.
'Tape's Diapepsin" Cures
Heartburn. Uw, Sour
ness nnd Indigestion
in five minute.
Sour, gaaay, upset itotnarb. iniligea
lion. heartburn, dyapepiia; when l lie
food you eat Irrmenla into i anil
stubborn lump: your head aehea and
you feel 'irk anil miserable, thai' when
you realise the magic in Papr'a Diaperi
In. It makes such niiarry vauiab in
f ve minutea. i
II your etomach ia in a continuous re
volt If you can't get it regulated, nleaae.
for vour sake, try Diapertain. It'a an
ncecilraa to have a bail atoinerh -make
i our next meal a favorite meal, thou lake
a little Diaprpein. There will not be any
distress rat without fear. It'a berauar
Pape'i Diapepiin "really doss" regulate
weak, out-of-order itomarhi that givei it
it million! of aaln annually.
Get a large, fifty-cent rase of rape's
Diapepain from any drug atorr. It Ii the
nuiokeit, turret etomarh relirf and cure
known. Il arti almost like magic it ii
a iricntific harmlea and plraaanl pre-
C oration which truly belongs in every
Our Leading Athletes
Plan Adai. winner ol tha .landing high
lump at the Olympic Oamea al an
holm laat July . aayi:
" rarai want to imoke, t want
Tuxedo always. A corking good
ajjegij ttftttUr' I advise it for alt
Join with other famous Americans
in Praising Tuxedo Tobacco
THE history of Tuxedo tobacco it unique in
many respects. The now famous "Tuxedo
process" by which all the bite and sting is
removed from the best old Burley tobacco was
discovered by Dr. R. A. Patterson, a physician of
Richmond, Virginia, the founder of the R. A. Pat
terson Tobacco Company.
Many of Dr. Patterson's friends, because their
mouths and throats were so sensitive, were com
pelled to deny themselves the comfort and satisfac
tion of pipe smoking. Like all other men, the
Doctor realized that complete smoke delight was
possible only with a pipe. So he put his scientific
mind to work on the problem.
He originated the now famous "Tuxedo pro
cess" of treating the mildest, sweetest, most
thoroughly aged Burley tobacco and the result was
"Pat McDonald, the big New York
policeman who won the 16-lb. allot put,
'beat hand," at the Olympic (jamas tail
"A pipeful of Tuxedo for mint.
It's the btst tobacco ever. I ac
tually feel stronger atler a smvke
session with Tuxedo."
1 1 S0 lifr NqrthWcst Corhcw Sixth Ave I3Str .
A Blow at the High Cost of Living
If other necriaariea of life have advanced in price tlierr Ii no evidence of
it in the values offered in this store during the month of Jamary. You
ess buy battel furniture now fur leis uiuncy Ihau ever before, and our
Covenitnt Credit Service WU tab ears of tne uuration of payment, with
out (.'flip Frri, Red Tape or Strings of Any Kind.
Be Your Own Salesman. Plain Fieure Tags on Everything.
teas leag, raalal
S MM! S a mall )
Sa waaaagj gTxaUSx g
MS a S40.OO . a
J I ..IO
uili I or I
Keeker, highly gsje
lahed. kaaoau aa I y
earvedi large. rni,
with pearl hack aud
adll aeali like uli
I hiffiiaier. ImwiiIIIiiIIi Hx
ured. ferlud deal, lax
II lachea lung, n.nlainlag
I large and - ntaU draw
era. weed i.ullai Kreneh
nevei male inlrrur, 1II..H
aa lllualrul.il i glOC OB
IT-Wm 1ELIVHIES TO YOUR DOOK BY MOTOR CAI
Martin Sharl.lan. wlnaar el lh dlacui
event at the Olympic Oamei o( 1104. IMS
aud IMS, and all-around athlete ol not,
"Tuxedo ts a stnmg card with
me. t advise all athletes to stxch
to Tuxedo. It is the one tobacco
thnt will help them, keep them in
turn, prevent them from going
'stale' Tuxedo leads bar tton. '
The Perfect Tobacco for Pip and Cigarette
Tuxedo grew rapidly in public favor without sdvertiiinc;
without sny push of snv kind, its natural growth resched the stu
pendous total of fifty or tixty million packages a year. Not until
the past few months has it been possible to keep up with the
demand for Tuxedo. Now increased facilities make it possible for
every man to smoke this best of tobaccos.
Famous Americans in every walk of life smoke and endorse
Tuxedo. Our world-famous sthletes the men who triumphed
for America st the Olympic Games in Stockholm arc among the
thoussnds who declsre that Tuxedo is not only extremely enjoy
sble, but beneficial.
Tuxedo has many imitators, bill no successful one because
no one has yet discovered the " Tuxedo process" that makes
Tuxedo the most enjoyable pipe-smoke in the world.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Famons green tin, with gold 1 A Convenient pooch, inner- P
lettering .cunredtoiit pocket 1 UC lined with moisture-proof paper JC
Oasloa Strsbtao, the plucky little runner
who waa tha Aral Aroerlcaa lo finish I
the Marathon claaaic at Stockholm laat
"Tuxedo is the tobacco for the
athlete. It never hurts my wind,
and awars steadies my nerves.
Tuxedo for me."
are about me
J 1. WBNDEl.L
I 1. Wendell, who was seconit la the US
im-tei high hut dies ut tiie Olympic iemea
leal .mutual , aa a I
"Tuxedo is my choue. I moke
i 1 n p i tie e a e I o a II ther tob ii t o .
beramr it'i a mild, cool smoke, and
an't hurl my wind."
i . iiT'TTaTrwijaMe
mmmmmtymttmmimiAiimhf! "V--" ' , ,,ski ' . '
Matt McOralb. who hurlnl the 16 i
hammer lurther than uni-ooe else In the
Olympics al Stockholm last aummer.
"Xo athlete need fear to smoke
0J much as he wants, if he uses
Tuxedo. It's a general help to
any man. A pipeful of Tuxedo
puts new lift into tin."
Lord & Taylor
January Furniture Sale
10 to 50
Entire Stock Included
1,000 Brass Bedsteads
Guaranteed Lacquer, new styles, all sizes
$14.",0, $17.50 & HM7.50
Value O22.o0, eJ.OO & $40.00
SO Sample Bedsteads
$16.i5, $22.50, $23.75, $30.00, $45.00
Value $3U0, $45.00, $47.50, $50.00, $64.J0
$50.00, $62.50, $75.00 & $87.50
Value $78.00. $125.00. $115.00. & $175.00
Special South American Hair Mattresses
4 ft. to 4 ft. 0 inches $19.50 value $25.00
9 ft. 6 inches to 3 ft. $17.50 value $10.50
Best Edge Box Springs
All sizes $10.50 value $13.50
500 Special Feather Pillows
$2.50 value $3.50
50 Mahogany 'Dining Room Suites
10 pieces consisting of Sideboard, Extension Table,
China Cabinet, Serving Table, Arm Cbair and Side
Louts XVI. Circassian Walnut
10-Piece Dining Room Suites
Consisting of Sideboard, China Cabinet, Extension
Table, Serving Table, Four Side Chairs.Two Arm Chairs
$472.00 regularly $805.00
Mahogany Dining Room Suites
4 pieces Side Board, China Cabinet, Extension
Table, Serving Table.
$465.00 formerly $645.00
$475.00 formerly sjs7oo.oo
$495.00 formerly $715.00
$895.00 formerly $1,300,041
Special Sale of failings
Fancy and 'Plain Mesh Veilings
2,000 yards, in while, in;trnie, navy, w
brown and black. 5
Value 25c; per yard '
Shetland Finish Veils j
50 dozen, in while and black I
(Mill ends). IwW
Values lo 65c; each
For Tuesday & Wednesday
Witz & Colas Soaps box of 3 cakes. .Value 75c. . tie
Witz & Colas Soaps box of 3 cakes. .Value $1 . . 50c
Imported Italian Castile Soap
box of pc. Value 05c. . 4jc
D'Angelo Castile Soap box of 1 cks. Value 50c. . 38c
Cnracalla Bath Soap box of 8 cakes. Value 25c. . 17c
Vernes Face Powder 4Jc Size. . . 18c
Corylopsis Talcum Powder S5c Size. . . 15c
Eleto Cologne (wicker bottles) 50c Size. . . 25c
Thegul Dentifrice 48c Size. . . 15c
C re me Eleto 50c Size . . 25c
Sanitol Tootb Paste or Powder 25c Size. . . 12c
Odol Mouth Wash 50c Size . . 28c
Violet Perfumed Ammonia 15c Size . . 10c
Transparent Handle Tooth Brushes. .. 25c Size. . . 15c
Peroxide 25c Site. . . 10e
12 pieces, with initial and band of Elgold;
value 821.00; $15.00
8 pieces, with initial of Elgold; value $15.00; $10.00
3 pieces, with initial of Klgold; value $5.00; $3.95
Creme Tokalon.Violet ToiletWatcr, Complexion Powder
Box of three, $1.00 Value $1.75
Broad' Ii 40th St. 5 5th Ave.; 19th St.